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#2 - Felicitas Frick, Ressourcenmine Waschmaschine (1)

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26:23 min | 1 year ago

#2 - Felicitas Frick, Ressourcenmine Waschmaschine (1)

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Reframing Past Traumas

The Psych Central Show

27:45 min | 7 months ago

Reframing Past Traumas

"You're listening to the psych central podcast. Guest experts in the field of psychology and mental help share thought provoking information using plain everyday language. Here's your host gay power walk into week's episode of the psych central podcast calling into the show. Today we have. James swaggart his a television and film producer who has worked for many major brands and studios such as apple netflix. And hulu. he's also the author of the new book. If you say so which discusses the power of the spoken word and the stories. We tell ourselves about ourselves. Welcome james thank you very much great to be here. Can you tell us a little bit about your story. And how and why you changed it. Sure the title of the book if you say so. The subtitle is my story. And how i changed it to save my life and i came from a pretty tumultuous childhood. I was the youngest of twelve kids. There was a lot of abandonment abuse. It was chaos. It was complete pandemonium and so as a result and being the youngest. I got left behind a lot of people think. Oh you're the youngest the baby of the family but there were just too many kids and my mom also ran a daycare out of the house so it was pretty crazy at the house and having gone through a lot of things like being left at gas stations left school and left at grocery stores and that sort of thing i started to develop stories around these events that happened to me including abuse. I was molested by relatives and a neighbor from the of seven to twelve. Because of just overlooking i just felt like i. I didn't matter nobody was out there protecting me. Everybody was too busy on survival mode. A lot of the older brothers and sisters found drugs and alcohol which i eventually found at the age of twelve and used as my coping mechanisms through to lessons in early adulthood and i ended up a drug addict alcoholic dealing with severe depression and suicidal tendancies and and ultimately suicide attempt at it. I was lucky enough to survive. We all have stories right. 'cause we're all going to be victims of something in life and it's how we respond to that out of these events. I started to develop stories early on that. I don't matter i'm broken. I'm unlovable they're gonna figure me out. I'm a phony. All of these stories that i tended to loop into my head well into adulthood and they didn't serve me in fact they just compounded. My depression and i was just pretty sure that the world would be a better place. If i wasn't in it. What happened for me. Is i ask for help. At the age of twenty five. I was despondent. It was following a suicide attempt and help arrived in the form of a number of teachers brother. That helps me find those teachers and i was able to get clean and sober at twenty five and i met some amazing teachers that helped me realize that. Hey i was telling myself stories. That weren't true and that i could change the story and it's through a lot of hard work. There's a train metaphor. I use about doing the work. We have to do to go process and feel these unseld feelings. You know we have a baggage car. We have a passenger car. We have a car and the caboose. Some of it's been a little too much time in the bar. That was part of my story on the caboose reflecting on what coulda it would have been and then also spending too much time in the baggage cars just looking at all my bag when staring at it and not doing anything about it and we gotta get rid of that baggage. We gotta feel those feelings and process that stuff so we can move on and be free from it and forgive and ask for forgiveness and ultimately the work. I need to do being up in that. Low steam. Engine locomotive with my overalls on. Pick up the shovel and start shoveling coal into that furnace which powers. My train moves my train forward and furnaces an analogy for our passion. Our souls desire if you will and there's work to be done in order to come out of our old story and that's the shoveling coal part of doing the work. We have to do whether it's going to therapy and feeling those uncomfortable feelings and processing them. Someone wants told me a great line. They said if you're going through hell keep going. So that's kind of how i changed my story. I i love any analogy. That involves a train. I think that it is an underutilized form of transportation and allergy. Let's talk about the book for a moment. Because in the book one of the things that i noticed that you mentioned helpers and takers can you explain how those two groups differ absolutely and thanks for pointing that out. You're the first person to pull that out of the book and and asked me that question. I think there's two kinds of people ultimately helpers and there's takers takers are easy to spot this world. I think we can see who the takers are. But the greatest people in history the greatest people of all time have always been the helpers the mother teresa's of the world for the princess di's of the world's the martin luther king's of the world and their helpers selflessly giving of themselves. We're taking a lot of risk and really just following their passionate and they're passionate. What's to help. People tell liberate people to help give people dignity and to show love and to me. I want to be on the right side of history you know. And that's why i've been really blessed with a great life. I was able to come out of the darkness into the light and ultimately succeed being very successful producer in. Hollywood live in beverly hills. My life is a dream so now that i've accomplished so much. It's really my intention to give back whenever i do pay speaking engagement. I also offer an unpaid speaking engagement to and underfunded program. Inner city schools charities. And if anybody listening to your podcast has an organization where they feel. They could benefit from becoming to speak talking about the power of the spoken word and how we can change our stories and how can actually change our stories to find happiness and true fulfillment. I'm happy to come and talk. That's what i do. And i just love helping people and fulfills me. It gives me a great sense of purpose and duty. And when i get a letter back or a note or a comment on how my book even has changed so many people's lives already in a short period of time. That's everything for me. That's my furnace right. That's my soul's desire is to help others find what i was able to find. Let's talk about how you described your life as blessed and the reason that i'm going to zero in on this because in your introduction you talked about having a really really rough childhood but of course. That's not what you're focusing on your focusing on where you are now and all the success that you've had i imagine that's difficult for some people. It's a lot easier to dwell on the well. The really traumatic things that happen to us as people. How did you manage to escape that. Yeah for me. There's a great line. I heard somebody said you gotta hit your head on the bottom of the pool in order to find out deep it is sometimes and for me. That was the case. Like i said we'll all be victims of something. And i think when we're in enough pain and that's when it comes time for us to be willing to change and to change the story. 'cause gave we see those people out there who are negative all the time. You have to pay attention to what you're focused on. I just can't focus on the darkness. Because i'll get more darkness. The universe will give you whatever story you tell it. And we know those people out there that are cynical and negative and they're watching the news all the time. It doesn't matter if they're blue or red. There's a consuming the news all the time. There's just a negativity in the sensationalized news on either side of the aisle. It's hard to be happy. And if that's what. I'm focused on the noise. All it's gonna come out of me is noise and it's going to be impossible for me to be happy. And so what i had to do is i had to really pay attention to what i'm focused on. Its my choice every morning. There's a great lincoln quote that people are as happy as they make up their minds to be in for a long time game. I didn't know i had a choice. And that's really the intention that my book to let people know you have a choice. You are not the victim of circumstance you have to take personal responsibility for yourself and you can actually create your own weather today. It's just the law of attraction. You get what you focused on. I have people that have come to work for me where their cell screens broken that late to work the computers protracting. It doesn't work. And you hear how they speak about themselves in the world and they're just negative and it's we're never gonna make it and they never make conversely when you see people who are focused on what's good and what's working and they're speaking positively about themselves and others and they're speaking in the direction of truth and love like don miguel ruiz's for agreements the first of the four agreements is be impeccable with your word and don't speak against yourself or others and always speaking the direction of truth and love and i think for any malady whether it's depression or alcoholism or drug addiction or suicide the remedy for that. It's body mind. Spirit solution dr. carl young wrote about it. William james wrote about the eighteen hundreds that it's not just mental and it's not just physical but to there has to be some sort of spiritual shifts and i don't care. I coach people who are muslim. Mike coach people who are jewish and christians across the board. As long as you believe in something that is great. And that is love. And that is in favor of all peacefully cohabitating. That's an important ingredient as you can hear. I'm very passionate about this subject. So it's a great subject and i'm inclined to agree with most of it because you're right all agree that words can be used for good or evil and it's not even really about the words. It's the context it's how we make people feel with our words. It's about how we make ourselves feel with our words. And that's what you explain in your book about how the power of words can shape your life and you really talk a lot about the power of the spoken word. Can you expand on that for our listeners. Absolutely if you think about adolf hitler in the nineteen thirties used the power of the spoken words almost exterminate the race of people and that was using the power of the spoken word for evil and for hate. It's incredibly powerful. I think that's a testament to it. Conversely let's think about what we could do go in the other way with it. Think about the intention of of the power of the spoken word in the direction of truth and love and compassion and support and encouragement. Someone asked me the other day they were like you like a life coach and i said no. I'm more like a life cheerleader. You know that you already have the playbook inside of you. it's my job. Just help you go from your head to your heart crack. Open your playbook so you can win the game. And that's really the best way to describe what i do and how i help people because i'm not gonna tell people what to do and that's the beauty of the title of this book. My niece julia is. She's smart as a whip and she gave me some great feedback on the book and relationship to how i was going to navigate writing about my family because i didn't really want to hurt anybody. This was not a tell all book. This is a help. All book and julia came to me. Because you know what. I about the title of your book she said. You can't argue with it and i love that. I just love that. I'm not out here trying to convert anyone because that can be a real turn off. But what i do wanna do is reach the people that don't know they have a story or that don't know they can change it and it starts with how we speak about ourselves because people who've come through childhood trauma or any kind of trauma for that matter they create a story about that and i'm not talking about the crew stories. I'm talking about the stories that we tell ourselves in the dark. When we're sick we all feel. Well those are the stories that i want to get to and then i want to shed light on so that people can see those in my workshops and then my seminars will do that people start on cover their stories and shed light on that and then we started talking. Okay great. what do you want your new story to be. And let's focus on that. Let's write that. What's the new story. And one of the things i do. Is i get people to really look at their lives. And say look are. Are you grateful. Is there something in your life. Your grateful for you know. Have them close their eyes and think about that. I said focus on that thing. Whatever it is it could be your dog. It can be your cat if your wife. Your husband and i said now what i want you to do is rise stand up and say i am so grateful and i love my life and yell it together and all of a sudden you see using the power of the spoken word you can literally change your because i said do you feel the energy changes inside of you when you yelled out loud and everyone said yes overwhelming you feel the energy change in the room absolutely and so that's one little exercise that people can employ right now. Just think of something you're grateful for and then just yell it out loud how grateful you are for it and that literally can the energy in your now so brings your tune up a quarter inch that you can start to focus on what's good. What's working and start to move in the direction of your happiness your dreams and that's true success to me money obviously not the measurement of success. But you know how fulfilled you are and how happy you are is really the measure of your success. We'll be right back after these messages. Here and i wanted to tell you about psych central's other podcasts. That i hosted not crazy. It's straight talk about. The world has mental illness. And it's hosted by me and my ex wife you should check it out at seic. Central dot com slash. Not crazy or your favorite podcast player. This episode is sponsored by better. Help them secure convenient and affordable online counseling all counselors are licensed accredited professionals anything. You share is confidential schedule. Secure video or phone sessions plus chat text with your therapist whenever you feel. It's needed a month of online therapy. Often cost less than a single traditional face to face session. Go to better help dot com forward slash central and experienced seven days. A free therapy to see if online. Counseling is right for you. Better help dot com forward slash psych. Central we're back discussing the stories. We tell ourselves about ourselves with author james swaggart. Let's play devil's advocate for a moment. Because i knew there somebody listening to this and saying so what you're saying is if i'm in a bad way i just tell myself i'm in a good way and poof. All of the sudden everything is better and imagine that. That's not what you're saying. There's a lot more steps than that but to somebody listening to this and says listen. You're just repackaging. The power of positive thinking and reselling it to me. What do you have to save for those people. I have a young man that i mentor. And and this goes back to what i was saying earlier where we're all going to be victims of something in life and i'm not talking about a pollyanna attitude where you just ignore difficulties and challenges in real life events. It's not what i'm talking about. It's how we respond to those 'cause they're gonna happen right. There's gonna be death there's gonna be loss there's going to be paying and one of the young man who i mentor. He's about thirty seven. He and his wife had a baby a little charlotte. she's about two or three years old. They got pregnant again with their second daughter. Lillian liliya they were doing early tests. While friend was still pregnant. I was determined. Lilly did not have the right ventricle and they did all of the research. They talked all the doctors they in particular are going to be catholic talked to their priests and their clergy. About what should we do here and basically some of these kids. When they're born they go into open heart surgery right away and some of these children survive and have normal. Happy lives some of them. Don't make and so what they did with their faith and they prayed on it and they said we're going to give the best chance at lily having a good life so they chose to go through with everything and right after lily was born at. Ucla hospital three days later she went in for open heart surgery as this tiny little fragile instant jesse was hooked up for about a month and a half two months on life support and tubes and wires and we went up there. I was up there every day with them. And i'll just back up and say there's nothing in this world more painful than losing child. There just isn't and this is what they were faced with and so by employing their faith their courage they walked through this event with so much dignity and so much grace and we're of service to that child and there's a couple of months later there comes a time where they have to take the baby off life support to see if it can survive or not and in that time common. They pull the baby off life support in the baby. Didn't make it now. I will say to you this. I do not have children not able to have children but there is nothing more painful than that. And i watched because when we were praying for lily we had prayer circles. And i at one point. I out loud. I was praying for lilly to survive the medical issues and devon. Her father looked over to me. Put his hand on my shoulder and he said no. You know what. We're not gonna pray for lilly to live. We're gonna pray for god's will for lily you. It's like a ton of bricks at me in the chest. Because i realized that he knew that child belong to the university. The child didn't belong to him and his wife. It showed me such extraordinary faith and courage and dignity and the way they walked through. That was in absolutely incredible. Course it was painful. Of course. There was anguish in warning greek and we all went through that and i was by his side every step of the way and we went through that horrible situation that tragic event in their family and they moved on. They kept her memory alive and they acknowledged her in the home. They didn't do it a lot of people do. We're not gonna talk about it again. I i have some friends who've lost siblings and the families that we're not talking about it ever again. But they kept it alive for charlotte. They talked about her sister. That she's with god now and what was amazing to me. Was that because of their faith. In my opinion they didn't give up and two years later friend got pregnant again. They had a beautiful new baby daughter. Zoey and now they have to wonderfully beautiful children and this memory of how they were able to get through something very difficult but not let it dictate their future and ruin their lives. Because i've seen that happen to people where they make it about themselves and they wanna play the victim and they remain the victim for decades. So if you're out. There struggling i hear. It's how do i use the spoken word. What if i don't believe it. Because we're the spiritual component comes in gave is that i believe in a great spirit and the power of the universe i believe in a spiritual entity that wants us all to be happy i really do. I think plants and trees and the great sequoias. They grow up defying gravity. And i believe that the universe wants that for us as well and so you have to believe you can start today by saying you know what my best days are ahead of me. You might be in a whole right now. You might be in a dark place but there is hope because even for when i was having suicidal thoughts my mentor said to me james. What if when you kill yourself. The pain didn't go away and he said where's your what if when you killed yourself. The pain got worse. Because we've read about people who've died started to go to the other side and seeing lights and all these kinds of stuff and the guy jumped off the golden gate bridge survived and the first thing that he thought when he left off the bridge was oh my god. What am i doing was regret. So that's why i tell you. Just start saying my best days are ahead of me and people say. How are you doing. Not so great. But i'm getting you're leaving room for improvement right leaving room for opportunities so i don't believe in denial and not acknowledge where you're what's going on. You have to address that stuff but you have to believe it can get better and then there's some people that just want to sit in the mud and i'm like universal give you whatever story you tell it but you do have a choice one of the things that you say of course that the universe will give you whatever you tell it will give you in and i i certainly believe that in many ways but but in other cases like really extreme examples war poverty or course in the lives of children that rings less true. Is there an outer limits to if you say so where does it end or where does it begin. Interesting questions it. Let's talk about in your in the business of the mind. So let's talk about the power of the mind one of the examples. I will point to the placebo effect. Right what's the explanation. That is sugar pill give a human being the same benefit the same medical benefits that the actual medicine gives people. And i'm talking about significant numbers but there's people who actually benefit from just the thought that they think they're taking something that will help them in their condition. That's the power of the mind and that's the power of belief you'll get whatever you believe in so if you're believing negative thoughts you will get that. You're pointing that ship towards the dorm. See you're gonna get rough sailing. If i point that ship towards the beautiful sunset it's gonna be smooth sailing just a log nature. That's just the way that things work. There is no limit. There's a limit if you say so you're talking about war and a lot of people throw this out when i start talking about the law of attraction when i say that the life is always good. It's just our perspective of it. The changes people fight me on. Like what about nine eleven. What about school shootings. And as i mentioned earlier that we don't have control over everyone else but we do have control of ourselves over what we're focused on what we're saying about ourselves and what we're seeing to others. That's what i focus on of what. I really have power over of my voice and my word and so we're all gonna be victims of some. I love parents who always by their kids a goldfish when their children. It's a great lesson of this experience in this human life. This imperfect world where we're animals so when a kid has a goldfish and then it comes. One day from school and the goldfish is floating on top of the water. What do you do. You agree the loss of the goldfish. You have a little ceremony in the backyard. You bury it in the flower bed. Put a little heads and you grieve. The loss of your goldfish. And that's the prepare us for bad things happen in life. But we're not in control of all of that but what i do know is this is when i changed my story and i started to speak differently about myself and others and when i started to pay attention to what i was focused on and i started focusing on. What's good and what's working in my life. I attract a lot more of that. And i'm a lot more peaceful in my life. I have a lot more healthy loving nurturing relationships of people that. Make me a better me. And i'm happier and i'm more content and i'm comfortable in my own skin and that's my evidence in literally hundreds of thousands of millions of other people in the world that do the same thing. Because i was stuck in the dark. I did not know i had a choice. And that's really bringing it back full circle to what the book is about is to let people who are struggling know that. Hey there are some things you can do right now to start to turn this thing around one of the things that you talk about openly as that you're a survivor of sexual assault. I just like to give you the opportunity to talk about that because it goes into what you were saying that people always push back. What about nine eleven. what about war. what about famine. You have your own personal hell that you've dealt with can you expound on that for a moment one of the greatest pieces of feedback i got on. The book was got. It's really raw. You're incredibly vulnerable in that. And yes. I had to tell my story because i i don't wanna keep looping the story about all the negative horrible things that happen to me and the things that i had done i wanted to put a period at the end of that story and move on it again. What i'm really focused on. You know how. I am so lucky and blessed and grateful of this great life that i have but i write about a lot of really tragic events and what i'm finding is i'm having a lot of people direct message me on social media saying you know what that happened to me to thank you for sharing that. I've never been able to talk about that. When a lot of the work that i do especially with men because i think for men the stigma around molest the game. That comes with that and the stigma around. That was one of the things. I said i would never ever tell anyone and someone who's one of migrate teachers and great inspiration to me. Is the famous champion boxer. Sugar ray leonard and he wrote a book called the big fight and it was about his battle with alcohol and drugs being the biggest fight he ever had in this life and he wrote in his book about how he was molested in when he was a young teenage amateur coming up in the boxing wrecks and and i was so moved by. His vulnerability is honesty. That inspire me. I said you know what. I need to tell my story. I need to share my truth as well so that i can help hopefully crack open other men and women who kept that a secret because we're sick our secrets and those secrets and those resentments in that rage and that anger that we have towards our offenders that breeds illness speeds tumors it breeds. I had asthma. Because of it colitis because of it. Because i was suffering from this rage inside of being wrong being violated and not until i was able to learn about forgiveness and ultimately when someone explained to me that forgiveness isn't about letting anybody else off the hook it's about letting ourselves talk and that was a huge revelation for me so yeah the world's not perfect and that's exactly what my book is designed to help people and how they respond to tragic events in horrible things that have happened to them because if i continue the fight things but there's a saying what we resist. Persists top fighting. I put my weapons down. And now i'm really focused on what's good. What's working in my life focused on gratitude focused on love and focused on helping others as a result. I couldn't be happier. I love what i do. I love everybody. I do it with and i'm really lucky james. I i love everything you've said i. I love your outlook on life. And of course. I'm i'm really glad that you're out there helping people. Where can people find your book. My website is james. Swagger dot com that's s. w. e. g. rt james swagger dot com. You can also hit the books or there. You can also be for speaking engagements or if you're looking at lifestyle coaching. I'm happy to help anyone i can. And yes the books available on amazon hardcover. Paperback audible as well as kindle. James thank you so much for being honest. Thank you for being here and we appreciate your time. You gotta gay. Thank you so much for. Having me on your podcast. I appreciate it and hope you have a great day unless of course you have other plants. 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Hannah Gadsby | Season 4

Homo Sapiens

46:00 min | 1 year ago

Hannah Gadsby | Season 4

"Hello Everybody Chris here. Just a quick word say. This episode was recorded before lockdown came into place and a reminder that we are currently releasing one episode of Homo Sapiens per week the main episode and Homo sapiens extra. The following week recorded over. Skype here is episode with Hannah. Gadsby his gray episode. Well the thing is where things knows whoops but you can't eat matt chocolate beacon give it to me then as chocolate noted. I got you the my glasses. Jim Addresses on pretty good. I'm a little tired. Love your winning the Homo sapiens merchandise. Nobody can buy much breaking news about that. Just going to get rid of these chocolates because listeners. You always complain about his eating on the but then Oh yeah this is the whole thing ellen but then people write in and say actually we never stop. Looting Theresa my mango Ango Mongo dried. We got islands. I go islands dried mango go. Everyone a coffee. I have actually got some really good news about much making to us. Well I got the web address if you go to. Www DOT EPA press dot com forward slash safeties? You D listeners will be up to buy yourself a sweater or not. Show with the website again. Ever PRESS DOT COM FOODS FAMOUS. Atheists can make any more complicated calmer thing in the end. I've oppressed dot com slash. If ain't broke don't fix it. Such a tiny thing to say Eddie way should we talk about this week's guest who is in is Hannah Gadsby? Hannah me say that. Let you weren't there at the end. She like she so she kind of came. Everybody's attention with net right. Well I would say Austrailia imagined. She was big Jim before but yes absolutely was a communist special that she did for net flicks onto Netflix and it became a sensation partly because it was funny because she was the she talked about abuse and various misogyny and transphobia and things like that and just an mid really great connections of boats herself as a performer. Kind of in a way. In encouraging or encouraging. But maybe validating in a way Type of humor. That is indeed misogynist and transphobic and stuff and so the kind of thing she said in the wasn't. She said she's going to stop doing that kind of self deprecating humor because actually contributes to the problem an incredible incredibly powerful moving until in his special. I mean I think one of the interesting things that ah boats when you have a huge success and also when you make a proclamation like that is what where do you go from there. And what's interesting about into her next show and what she came back with because she said because actually she had come out as being autistic now as and she said the actually she'd had that diagnosis prior to doing annette. She chose not to speak about it in net because she felt she had a bigger point to make with Ninette. And she said no no net. And then that musicals. God No no no. No no no you gotta musical jokes. And then if you're in Scotland and someone says to You. Are you looking at? Yeah Polina. No there's nothing you say. Are you aware of that musical in Scotland Dino? No no no. Nanette thank you. She said yes she didn't want to talk about it. And I it was interesting. I also think that for particularly for the LGBTQ plus community the idea of sending yourself up for humor and actually not wanting to do that anymore was so pertinent for me at the time that I saw net when it first came out and I just thought is very true. Would so used to. I remember having conversations who came out with my friends from school. I remember we comes as and when I came out with people from school because I was nineteen so people are being like nineteen. No as friends from school all right. It wasn't like I was put back a year and now I remember saying people like Oh. I'm Gabe DOT can again. You know he's having to try and qualify main. Like I'm not going to be a promiscuous gay person having to be little were did they care because I think it was about back then. What was at this would have been seventeen thousand nine hundred different then? Let's shaggy around people being gay. I'm say surpassing I'm going to be gay but I'm not going to help sex like I'm not gonna I'm not going to be. Do you know what it was. It was like if you think about even then the image of then was George. Michael is agency. That was the image. You know who is that when he's bashing into trees and things on these raindrop. Things t was just vilified and it was disgusting. He he was treated down the way too because he was made to feel other but in a very long winded way saying is that I just think that's about cats. Be saying that you knew a lot of people have to send themselves up. Didn't want to anymore and I liked them and then we went to see Douglas her show. Yes that's right where we learned all about the fold of Douglas which you find out what that is funny and she said some really she said some fascinating stuff about the patriarchy damn them damn them as a sort of as a as a as a source of material and also for comedic material I think is great. The way she makes things funny and also mix great point and quite revelatory as well. Yes and she's just you know because of autism Says she notices the details and certain things the other people would in my house? I'm a I'm showing around in the dressing room and we'd been I met at this thing would be invited to Amazon. Did and you go free really bag as sort of a gift to give the thing that little Charlie Charlie back stink. When you're on 'em in my dressing piles of clothes in bags and we're going reinisch went. Oh Amazon you will dams one thing and as I said it then. She said later but really bizarre details and I was like it was kind of full of clothes spilling out was just interesting that that was an example of that just happened just completely dinner thing in the room. That was a link. Something me todd. And she said she sees seized up other people. Don't but then cannot see stuff that everyone else could see ya the lake remembering to send me one of those bumbags which meant to send you and she didn't. Now listen to this. Hate me forever or we'll send me now. Alan. I'm filling in an agony uncle frame of mind to yourself from our job. It's warm and how do you cope with the death of a pet? When you're already suffering from depression rob but I would say I mean like for example when honey died has my dog for. I was devastated and I left a while but I mean the thing is that I. I wasn't depressed already but I think the thing about dogs die. It's to try and remember what a great the great things they have given you pets in general the great things that have given the way the great lessons one hundred is you told me a law. how I want to end my life and then the quality of life and what I think is important and this obsession especially in America with longevity versus the actual quality of life. So just trying to think of the wonderful things that this person. This animal hasn't left. You also just about what the you've given them opportunity given them. I opted honey. Stick adopted another opting dogs rather than getting some puppy farms into be miss. Jean Brodie and say also you should seek medical and professional help but but it's extremely hard habit this one from somebody else male How do you get over a therapist crush? I've tried just about everything very interesting. Mr Bill would pose crush. I have never heard. Of course I've only ever had one male therapist an idea I actually understand. I understand it as a concept. But you that you've had right. I've had it. How would you have to acknowledge it? I mean I think now with my therapist I well the last thing in in the service new ones. I see things like I know. I'm going to charm you. I'M GONNA I'm not saying I don't. I'm better not have nothing to hide anyway. No more secrets unveil but but I I in the past have done nothing of both using my charm to not deal with What we need to talk about and also I that charms also transferred back to them in a sort of A. I've had it and I I talked to said so. I think your sexual fantasies about you. I think the thing is the thing. It's a thing to do that door. No get your clothes off this thing within psychology in say a that. It's a condition as part of what can happen in a room with someone who is taking on a role. The is loving. Nurturing is kind of a psychological thing that happened so it's perfectly normal rub. It happens all the time. It's happened to me and I I go over. It was just I had sex therapist. Did you know that was called comedy? How did you leave it not to talk talk to him? But it and he said it's normal news flatter and Blah Blah and all that stuff and be just moved on after that kind of thing one thing address it and move on but I also think this is out there like keep your life simple. Just change if it's becoming a thing right. I don't agree with that really why because I think actually it's a thing that is normal. You just have to talk about. Don't the you know the board boating of having to start with a new therapist and tell them years of your shit that I just don't think you should start with a new therapist because you have a thing for them. I think you should just say it's a part of being in a in a I'm drawn to this person because there's many qualities that I find attractive and a knife got to just accept that and let's discuss it. They will have some into city about it. They will help you. Don't keep it from them. Hail elephant arrived in. There was another your jet going up the stairs I listened is personal. I agree to disagree. I could not have. I wouldn't be able to have a conversation. Someone I found a trying to be thinking about all the time you went with therapist. What did I'm shocked that really Dr Everything but with your therapist? Nobody is wouldn't have it as an undercurrent. I'm there to do something else you wouldn't be. You'd be super human and not attracted not have the crush thing just be like yubing. Attractive is distracting me from where I need to get done here. Nick Machine. I don't you find your attracts in. Your questions are just things that you have no control over. Would that thing? I'd just move change their. That's my boy I'm seeing. You should do. They should talk so I was right. Would you happen to disagree with like job to make our be over here with Mongo's having answered I think ninety percent of the world's problems should we met here but Hannah guards from Hanukkah and how she solved all of her words? I play a game with myself is autism or remind asshole like it's like I have to be very careful of that because I don't want to go. Oh I can just say things to people's face now without count because I'm blunt no. That's not how roles I am blunt. I'm very direct but you know I am constantly coaching myself. I you is this autism Marie on US home and I'm quite happy that a report that sometimes. I'm just an asshole a magazine. Remember these spending called hipster or gay hipster through different. Upn or gay or domain. Tell the difference rain Gail hipster poverty porn hipsters into poverty porn. It's about like the poverty aesthetic looking at the. Yeah the decision and drinking out of jobs. I used to really make me furious because we had to drink out of jobs when I was a kid. And it's like why would you choose that church right? I hate it like no Paul People. Drink out jobs because we can't afford glasses 'cause there was also that thing of store. Yeah and so insulting. Like if you've got a if you're making a decision that's like that's a bad decision. I did my first stand up When I was essentially homeless and was a and then I sort of went at my where my sister lives and I lived with her for a couple of years and then I moved to Melbourne. Where I lived with my took took me a good five years to get on onto my own feet and it was through my fam- living with my family like dislike. We live with us. What was your first stand up about? It was so surreal. Because I've never seen standard heard a little bit of the it on the radio and like anyone who is a little bit drunk and that looks that sounds a so. It was for national competition and the raw comedy is run through the Melbourne comedy festival. Youth Radio Station triple J and so it's kind of kind of in the Asia like I've always sort of none of ever communist about rural comedy. So it's that's the only thing I understood about comedy whenever you know. We didn't want to comedy growing up. There's no light seen like theater. There wasn't even cinema where I was growing up so it really was the TV. And Mom doesn't like you know whenever the on the rare occasion stand would come on late such dot because represented two things. She hated most in the world. That's men who shouted men who think they're funny and shop got news for them. That's my that was stand up So so I understood that. I entered this competitions in place woolen. Gome in two thousand and five and I understood I had. I think it was five minutes to do five minutes. I'd never been anything and I did this dog. That died recently Ronnie Barker Leon and so they're to be thinking like was so sad that I couldn't have a dark and I didn't really because I don't have a but I'm like what would I do if I had a dog died. Like you're supposed to bury dogs in your backyard's that idea of like something beloved as a pet dog bearing you back and you have a little ceremony in Iraq Don Daiki so that was playing on my mind and so I I think like what would I do if I had a dog. I don't have a backyard and I've really never done. Stand up this crazy since but I think about it now going this real surreal stuff like I started off in the first thing. I just walked up dogma. Fraser and a little bit like dome in the phrasing and the explain explain you know but I can't afford to get it created so I can keep my beloved dog and I thought well how could it be to create a small dog at home like so then like I'm booty and then I'm looking at it was I'm buildings home. Well like it's actually quite difficult. But I found out too late and I had this job dog on on the web and said like Oh my now like but it was really my head. That's the kind of you know because I think about these things and pulled them through like it wouldn't work but now I'm going to Chad Dot Org and so I put him in. Yeah so that was. They will when he went in the freezer. Yeah even worse right. But that's so bizarre like it's but I won because I think because I was just so different and I'm just and back then I I really did speak with a real mono and I had no knows I've learned how to modulate my voice and stuff but obviously dog I just this bizarre creature with walkways and I went through and I went to the state finals in the in in Sydney. Then that didn't go any further. Because you know obviously it didn't understand what was doing and also it's now I know the back like Oh these people are doing stand up all the time and then they understand it and you know there's a whole culture around that I did not I did never understood it that now we know why but so still in the midst of this homelessness situation and I wound up in Barham by Bombay. Yeah as camping illegally on a sand Dune really so working on these work. Willing workers on organic farms. And but that never last long thanks. He genuinely wanted you to work. I really worker. Yeah Movie Wolfing Willing Workers on Oak farm so basically it's like tree change people who this great owned a lot of work. Oh we'll Roeken some volunteers and will fade you and you could. Willing workers unwilling unwilling. I remember ruined a whole batch of Macadamia nuts and I'll send my yeah. Well you're not supposed to. I thought I'll be helpful and crack them all but then they apparently they go bad when you crank. Hey I'm working for free and understand the contract so yeah. So where did you do your comedy then? Like I'm basically mobile comedy festival. Foster Child I was immediately became a long form comic and began writing out. Long shows and touring the festival. I did to the club for because I could really quite good because I I know my way round a joke and I can do that. But don't like it. I just feels gladatorial on if especially if you sharing the stage with you know. Say Seven men men's store and catchy but you know you walk out on stage after you know maybe three or four blocks in a row doing casual rape jokes and I began to go this. I don't want to convince a crowd that's just been to lightning this just being laughing so easily that kind of material and it is was ripe. It's it's listener now but so I became a festival comic right which is very funny and the least festive. Is that more like it's your show. People come to your show on a bill with other people for you. Identity within it. Yeah and also I think creatively at appeal to me. You know like you get to like. He's got five ten minutes got to go to greatest hits whereas I you know and I think it was. Evidently my first rounds of standup. Where a dog in the phrase like I do need people to come into my world my manager who have been with since I won that little competition. It's actually quite a big competition. The RAV wrong anyway. So He's been sort of God my career and he's always been you know he knew he didn't take me on like she's going to be prize-winning based so you know he's always sort of. Let me do these sort of slightly odds pathways. And so neither is really expected in lake. When I I did like the first ever trial through so in front of sixty show shocked people. Those was any even the so so he's sort of been with me through this whole process and I've kept of course. Captain is manager in his. He has a connection to And he's in his own family so he's with sort of guided my navigating. This is a very old system friendly. So it's like the tour has been very much planned to not break me and because I did feel like when took this felt so dangerous and so slippery and everyone griping and I didn't understand because that's why I wrote never going I want. I want to have a lot of meetings in Hollywood yes plays. But that's what happened. Said a point of the net because it was so huge that you said I don't actually want to be told about anything that's being offered to me. Well I didn't say explicitly but people didn't tell me because I was just so completely overwhelmed so I have a very strong filter system. Sometimes I tell me declined on your behalf but you should know that you spend a lots of the what sort of things. This is. Not a very strong fields who is working content. Oh a you know I mean it's such a broad range of thing I mean. Did people want to take you out of your domain? Like put you in a Sitcom or put out hinting in that direction. And I did take a lot of I warner brothers and everyone came to like people would show for the meeting that I had an I had no idea was. I'm just like this is a large team. There were a lot of people. Even the reality TV people came to that meeting. So that's like not wont Wont like why? But also I remember this woman saying he work on the Bachelor Gulch wine wine speaking it and she said that she said she's very popular in Australia. I don't know about Tanzania so off the table which is Larry Go. Of course I called around I said did you like it. Just speaks to the dissonance. The whole process because I was also just finished touring. It had been touring and when it popped onto the net flicks. I was at the end of an eighteen months of touring at show which were killing. Because you here right so playoffs players and so you know and it was. It was a brutal Schroeder perform. Yeah I guess I got to a stage where I wasn't necessarily living my own. Traumas viscerally but I was experiencing out of the papal dealing with putting in the room and that I couldn't ignore that like that was going through me as well so it was super into that. I was absolutely exhausted. So then to have these weird Chine- meetings of the back of that was yeah high end of all and when he first did it it was. He said it didn't have any jokes. Was it the net how you work because Douglas also in the same thing? That's it's it's sort of a a larger thing that you're you condense tone or it's they really seem to write like a bellows because it expands and then I shift emphasis and when I first formed in Perth of all places because it wasn't as tight as it became really became quite. You know it's it's very proud of the the structures amusing the show as well as because it needed to be in order to hold what I was talking. A new to what I was trying to do with contents could not have been done with the ten years of experience that I understood the craft of it in order to perform another form and the content will boven together like they're the deconstruction of. That's also I love to vote Douglas last night the DU deconstruct even begin. Both the SA- before that it was content without the strong and a form to hold it I think first or second night of proper ticket pain audience to say I got the most brutal heckle and it was just after revealed you sequence of trauma the of chrome and then I started to speak about castle and this boat goes women that though and said sorry what he's did that Happen Not Picasso. I why do you ask just curious because I'm hind because I've just seen just like just of course curious that is what question is you asshole? Don't ask a question if you don't curie mine curious. Why did you ask that question like it was just like I could say just pay like my my managers? Aaron the few of the people because they knew was like they knew before. I did what I was and how sort of dangerous it was to put this into a room and I could secede running around telling people to put their phones away so and so it's this hot moment and you know closer you curious you just ask the question you asshole. And he's like when was it was nine hundred. Seventy two mistake slow. It's not relevant. And so then I just I literally toy him. A new off whole life and people who went to that shoe still talk about that never seen a theme outperform a shutdown a man in that way like it was because I had like he didn't know I had whole a whole ready to pile onto that just pile onto that man as an individual and it's like there's one and there's one and there's one but he's heckle felt like an act of violence right. 'cause I been right being beaten and he's like it doesn't matter royal. My ear is how does and it was. But I didn't like that he was was he referring to the Picasso because bit just anyone who hasn't seen advice that bit where you say because it was a forty year old man having a relationship with a seventeen year ago and that was deemed. Okay and then build them from their brilliant leaving. Why she she didn't have prime. Isn't it wrestle Kreso matter? I mean we're seeing this play out with the Epstein case some nine so tone deeply that the word that that moment did for me was to go all I know I'm doing has is so much bigger than me so much bigger than me because like for guy to sit in that audience in go Milan. My voice needs to be heard right like I'm like so what that did to me was like to thin. Focus on the form. In order to hold the contents. I see very much became then show about format years. You know the way because I still believe the way we tell stories. We've focuses on trauma itself and that is why we don't get released from trauma because we keep talking about the trauma nobody goes but there's life after trauma flavors the life after trump. But and I think that's a lot to silencing of of women when they're older like women when they are seventeen and their but we never give windows space for the wisdom of age with women is what most old ladies I know. We're just like Oh shit happens but here. We are to like a cup of you know. And that's a voice. We need where it's like. You need to see that people can. Is You know like we can hold trauma and move through it and there is life and strength after trauma. Yes because you said it'd be ended. Monette about connection. It's all about connection. Do you think is what owns tatting only connect? Is that kind forster. What you're looking forward. Do you think when you beginning to work my show like by being radically honest and really vulnerable. Hopefully I can connect yes. I wrote that not long. After diagnosed with autism I understood finally wide such a profound sense disconnect. Because I didn't know how to connect. I was trying to connect by the way that observed other people connecting which is not how I connect so the net is very much a show about cystic mind. Make connections between things that I see things that other people don't say I miss things that people to see but I wanted to show that there is a you know the differently. Thinking have something constructive. Add to the conversation but I chose not to say it in the net. Because I didn't want that prison I didn't want that the way to go. I'm to a we can just dismiss of. You're saying because you're a bit special needs. Don't you know so I want to just go? Here is the thing I can do. And that's why tecos now. I'm like I could do that thing. Because of this thing right I want to ask your thing that I find that I wrote a book about my dad and stuff like that and and one of the things. That's kind of what you're talking about. The net is that why I didn't really expect how much it would. I thought it was doing it for me. And how much people affected other people and people wrote to instill Abadia get some people saying? Oh you reading. Your book made me able to talk to Blah Blah and my family are deal with something. Give me more confidence to talk about. Abuse Incredible Book. Kanye's give a quick precis. People don't know about you finding out the story of whether Your Dad is your real dad right. Yeah but that my grandfather. Yes jewell but yeah but kickers that my dad told me. It wasn't his son and I was the kick. What was that the kick that we're actually the fact that because I want to be as happy well after the shock enemy but other stuff up to like my granddad died playing Russian roulette in Malaysia. Stuff like that and so but what I find a really surprising. An amazing thing about the book was three. Action underway. They'd helped people on the way that people still say to me that it enabled them to deal with issues in their lives and to do abuse or just family family. You know this stuff of families and that helps you tune and that did help me and it was absurd. It made me realize why was good for me to have written a book and think. You're seeing a bona net. But what I find especially in America is there's this thing where people go Soga. You did that overcame that the overcome it. And you've you've you've risen above it in his over and overcome it on your list exists and why find about the book and we want to do in my next potentially for at least make a theme as that. You never overcome it. You talk about it out there your community engages with it as you're saying but actually my dad is much more than my life than he ever was ever before an issue as it should be my dad. You should be there but I think it doesn't go away. You just learn how to handle it better and you when it comes back those emotions. You can embrace them and deal with them. But it's not something that sorted I've gone. I think that's something that people don't understand here. My grandmother had a like. It's part of the soup too late to take the onions out now. So using that the way I understood it as like Oh trauma don't when you haven't dealt with your trauma that onions is still raw so when you don't take onions out you learn how to absorb and it's part of your suit flames shoes so it's like you need bit of onion number. That's it's the unfair amount of onions that go in. You know that's drama so you can't possibly cook onions because it's all onion soup is just onions really taking this mentor for even those flavors. The whole thing. Yeah Yeah you 'cause this hasn't been affected by trauma related to search all through it all and I think that's Lake Lake. The soup analogy. Is there because you kind of think if you take if you take like? I said sort of things the same like if you take the onion you can take actual physical onions food but it is still fruit so I wanted to change the subject if I may ask you a boat the thing that I love so much the poach of Douglas. You explain the it's a it's a it's a part of the female reproductive environment as say showing saint sits between the anal cavity and the theme and the uterus Little piece of of like so. Make sure that you know in things need a bit more space You know and other ways. And sometimes you know you can but there's also like a lot of the female reproductive environment has men's name on Lopion gets a man's Elliott like this point to launch didn't basically is a lot of things like trump power like just put put on. It's like Oh gosh through us. Like minutes has gone. One ounce all that like so there's also the parents Douglas's a sheet of Douglas's a fold of Douglas here. He's a few Orient. He's you know he's he's ending the monopoly board down there. Douglas. And who knows? It's funny because I just think your dog. You're Doku Douglas. But who was this? Douglas person was a doctor. Hopefully well Dr So Eighteenth Century anatomist really and man midwife. He was the midwife to the Queen for a little bit as well. The reason I talk about it in the show. It's not explicit. It's implicit this. Is the sort of gender bias in in medicine colonization again. Yes in the sense that a lot of most studies on on most diseases Cetera is done on men as the male neutral human neutral and so something like autism. Women go on diagnosed because of that. Chauvinism like I went through a lot of really criminal misdiagnosis and dismissal for your autism. Yeah because you know and because the way hormones affect your brain I can have normal hormonal levels but they affect me quite because of all sorts of things but it was that you know you're making and you know really like this is fans some more some like that is so common for women they pick and you feel like you're going insane because there's no medical explanation for this and that's enough but the goes deeper than that. There's not enough medical research into that so D- because of when you see a hormone having your periods will fix everything but the autism has the way the break chemists brain chemistry and homes. It's sort of like it's the that's why adolescence and some star really difficult for autistic kids. Because you see so often see these kiddy autistic kids defined by these outbursts. Yes and that's really really adolescent hormonal thing that can you know like adolescents? Is Hard for everyone this is a. This is a particularly difficult thing. I don't sending science properly to speak but it is part of the distress but also anxiety and depression and a very prevalent in in people with autism because traumas often compounded is Shane of particularly for on the spectrum because with were expected to be certain people and the brain function the way our brains function. I'm quite blunt but as a woman on supposed to not be at all like it. I probably wouldn't be have million. Nearly the amount of you know disfunction. Have I been born a guy you know especially in the fifties? I could have had a mum looking out to me. A wife and the secretary paint a mad genius or whatever the hell they do. They don't have to do all the things that women have to the expectations on Women Lake compound the social anxiety. And once I understood how autism I'm just need any of that have to buy into that people can judge me for not doing these things as woman but much healthier not trying to participate it. Would it feel like the was a day when you understood that wonderful? It was just so good. Did you suspect well not not until pavement like people telling dismissed flight? Because I didn't understand how I could have it and then for some reason was actually after I saw Dr Dick Pisgah as cool in the show that I don't know what you know the sequence of thoughts in my but it had a lot to do with Douglas. Just looking at me. Because he's looking at me and I'm like you get a buddy. This connection and I started googling women with autism and the just the first few things popped up was just life came into focus. Things that I didn't know were a problem. The problem just sort of I didn't know that people had fun when they socialized at knowing this is hard for everyone. Charleston's some are people a lot better than this. I know that everyone's tracking everything in the room manually in their heads. That just actually having a nice time whereas this like this. I call myself sometimes. Sheila Homo I solve crimes. That are not cry just like non issues so I can walk out of room and I can tell people exactly what was going on in the room like we there. Because I haven't spoken like I have the strengths. That's often forgotten about autism. Seen as a thing where it's devoid of strengthen you've got all these things that make difficult I that's what I'm trying to do. Shows like their deficits absolutely but you their strengths. I see things that people don't and I make connections because manual thinker. I make connections that people have to skated across. Because I've I've gone could be that that could be that thank you so much. I think we started. We've just been enjoying some lovely grapes. Romans listening turn against him. And we Ellen yes. I've taken quite a few then I. I thought that was a brilliant interviewed. You know what my favorite was now is when you said to her. Oh being pushed my bum bag and then when you say what kind of stuff do you. Agents turned down on on your behalf and she went this social. Aarp Neal shot herself. Yeah I love her listeners while I finish that grape shit eating again. I'm pleased right and let us know what you think of that interview. Hello Ashley Redeem. Hello at home. Recipients put guys dot com and you can buy t shirts from ever press dot com forward slash homicide. I still don't like or you can buy. 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S2 E8 John and Kate Plus Motorcycle Part 2

American Road Runner

1:04:34 hr | 11 months ago

S2 E8 John and Kate Plus Motorcycle Part 2

"I. Just want to wake up every day through a leg over my scoop, penrod? roadrunner. American Red Tanner. On road or off road, rancher, rather racer or just a weekend warrior. This is the show for you. You. Sound us, my fellow. Welcome to the American Red Rounder podcast. Your host Bob Marceau. Welcome back my fellows. This is the American roadrunner motorcycle show season two episode. A this is part two of Jon and Kate Plus Motorcycle. Well Hope Y'all are doing well. Hope your health is well. Hope your family's health as well. There's always that white elephant in America today. A little something. We called Cova. I gotTa Tell Ya. I work downtown and I'm surrounded by people. Needless to say I'm always masked up. If I have to go in the jail, which I do a few times a day. It's double mask is also sorts of crazy stuff. Everyone's taking my temperature everywhere I go. It's made laugh a little harder as I can't imagine. It's done for you as well in whatever you may be doing myself as a mechanic, I did not get time off. We've had some mandatory overtime. It's been very busy. It's been very different, and it's really throwing a wrench in life as I know all of us. Had some pretty big wrenches thrown in our lives lately. So whatever you do to take care of it whatever you do to do it I hope this podcast gives you something good to enjoy nice little story here and there that's how we learn from each other human beings through the art of storytelling, and that is my favorite part about doing this show rotten books whatever I may do, it's all about sharing stories, and as I've shared my story with you through my published book American roadrunner our enjoy it when other people share their stories with me, which I turn onto you in this audio show. The roads been a lot of fun I've gotten to go a few places. Places, but nothing too in depth and nothing too exciting, because it's hard to travel now unless you're on a motorcycle and don't need much, so it seems like the ride. One K. days have been real popular. Everybody's real excited just to get out hall, but as long as you don't have to use the restroom, you may or may not be able to get coffee or food somewhere. You just gotTa. Take everything with you. Hit the road and enjoy it and see what happens. Yes, it's different. Yes, every state is different, and every road is different, but sometimes that's half the fun, so hope find a way to throw leg over your machine. twit, some throttle and enjoy your road. In the meantime I haven't gotten out too much. I've had a few good things going I did get out to a party over Beulah. May's house It was great to hang out. Catch up with everybody. few ex-girlfriends a new girlfriend Then Beulah May, of course. She's the love of my life, so that was very exciting, but good to stop. Catch up, relax knock it too close to people, but enjoy some good food and some good stories sharing so that's always exciting other than that. I got busy and finally decided to purchase a writing shed. Not Me Riding Chad like riding a motorcycle I mean an actual writing shed. It's a twenty-seven foot freaking travel trailer, and I can pull it behind my truck, or I can pull behind my excursion, but right now it's sitting in the back yard with the awning out and I hooked up all the lines, so it's like a full on self contained office where I get to write typewriters all over the place, the whole nine. Nine the reason I bought this particular one is because I can fit a motorcycle through the door, so will hall a motorcycle for me, maybe a rabble, maybe a nice cafe racer, not my gold wing Maybe a chopper I don't know I haven't had too much fun with it yet, but it's nice to know. I have options because I do plan to retire in a few years wants a house is paid off. Off I'm just GONNA, rent it out. I've got a big backyard I can keep most stuff, and I just want to hop around found home base, so if you happen to be my friend and live anywhere almost likely be pulling an RV up hanging out for a few months Raton. Some good stories and enjoying some laugh are maybe I'll just hit it all on a motorcycle. Who knows all I? Know is the future. Future is exciting, and until we can get back to racing after all this Kovic stuff as I'm sure a lot of you know or have heard most land speed racing's been canceled. There's been a little bit flat track race in, but not much half. sturgis is canceled. It's just one of those years where the events are cancelled, and all we can do is go out and find our own road and all of it. So let's get to it. John and Kate we're going to be talking about Rod and cross country inside cars, some veterans charity rides his service with and for our country the work he does with veterans. Shooting photos from aside car and raising awareness for loneliness and depression. This is a good little part in joy and don't forget coming up. Headlights on enjoy the show. Road trip. Of America I mean it's it's GonNa be a good one. Be also thing in it's. Not GonNa be great the entire time and I'm ready for. The ups and downs. And and whatever comes up and just being present with that right, the when journeys suggested nation being present period whatever comes up. And that's one of the reasons. I think I can always off without her staff. Immune must be. Is that general attitude? It's A lot of people if they're uncomfortable and you're the one pilot by your vault, but. Not that kind of person. Well like I said I've written pilot here lot. As I currently hold the record. Did I mentioned I hold America? Online mentioned. That's why it's called pilots here, not anything else. You'd say well bike. Are you taking still working on that? Okay? Now is getting excited. Yeah, definitely want it to be aside. Hodges for the Extra Space Ryan's. It helps although sidecars handle horribly as far as I'm concerned. I was wondering race They're greatly. Traction sucks. You cannot fall over when you're in the mud on sidecar stunning and you might need a shovel to get them out. But like Hindi see the cops ride year round. It's knows there's ice. But aside Com Harley for certain months. To get around, and that was one of inside cars popped up back in the day. The main reason people couldn't afford car. You had the wife and the kid picnic basket somewhere on Sunday, he got a sidecar. Yeah, but I think it's better to have more space We've done three four five eight traits him between the camping gear to close the days yet it does fit and you could do it. Definitely can do people out there doing right now. Yeah, I'll on bigger by suggests BMW's. But the handling of the biking so badly have that much weight on the back, basically hanging on you like sitting on gas tank from you'll traction driving down some flat dirt road on the way to a campground, but. I'd rather have a car. You drive and Sloan up. The mileage doesn't hurt and you're still getting thirty five miles per gallon on a bike. That might get forty five fifty I'm friends with and work with Dave Fry at the veteran's charity Ride Net, Moab. They've got. Some sidecars the sponsored by Indian champions cost like six or seven different outfits that are. Indians those are Indian advice still. So. I don't think I can use one of those but he's got a euro sidecar. And then there was a nineteen ninety golden. That was donated to him. That has its you cedar in motivation Sidecar on a man that'd be that'd be the cat's meow in my opinion, but I love my old ways so. I actually buried it out for him. It was in. The guy lived in the housing. Right next to the with Sega. That's great. He was an army veteran sell, and that's what you wanted to donate. A veteran's charity Ride Day Taking the Namiki that's GonNa. Be Ride to sturgess every year. Point fifteen and They used to be in California right all the way out. Abbas you so huge in there the reception on the way they treated us, and like the mayor came out, Sheriff came out the Fire Department, came out of. He wasn't the time we come in on Thursday still be like eighty to one hundred people hanging out to welcome the veterans at some part. You know sometimes it was raining. Sometimes, it was hot income. Every year I've done it three years now out of the five of the doney answer based in Moab now since our visa July fifteen. So the ASTLE late, may or June? Veterans Jd ride happens about the last week of July August as they write a sturgis rally. And it makes sense to head out there. Help them get the ride. Reagan White Service. Get everything set up. You know as far as love being the veterans that come in get them familiar with the bikes and I'll I'll do the ride. I pilot the the hammer bike. They have a photographer for the ride Sarah. Liberty and she's been. She's been there. I think every year. Jesus got more mild than that side carbon. She's been doing longer with a good team off the talker so I kind of know what she yeah she wants. She'll be hanging off the side car like one leg out ready to fall. You have gotta be really smooth, but I can look and see what Lindsey has, and I know how close or how far away so it's. It's great because you know as a veteran myself get that motorcycle therapy. You're out in vain, but you also get a serve. Veterans have a lot of a shopping me. I was in combat, but I wasn't blown up I've you know they shot a couple more examining here and there so? There's just people have a lot worse. There's people that. I mean even just. Vehicle rollovers. Lot of people that the ninety often blew up their truck. What? They were completely okay. They weren't actually completely okay. If you're blown into the air by explosion, it compresses your sly man. A Ti from the concussion and you're probably going to get permanent hearing loss. some of the guys lost their lower legs just slowly because the spine damage to step accumulating scar tissue eventually made him over the years, and these guys can hop on right aside car. You got ones that have the the rear brakes over so think of bicycle from break with clutches sure, and then released sponsors has a centrifugal clutches, the hand shifter, and they can ride around dot aside car, lot of guys, single amputees, and they'll be missing one leg, but they can still balanced. And you, even though those heavy weights reload preview. Keep them from San. The riverside down. We'll probably take a trip. either from malevolent green, the bikes back, or maybe just straight from sturgess, and that's why commodore clockwise it'll still be summer. Handle be warmer, and then by the time I get down to Florida. It'll still be recent and I hope you are able to get up into Colorado before the snow comes in, but you never know that one. That'll kind of take where we finish off, but. I definitely want it to be more. The vacation. I think it's. Not The exploration into yourself. And I definitely want that to. Translate passed me. Plans to write a book and all that but. At the same time, no matter. How did you right above your? Really it's it's a fairly aegis goal. Then, you're you're right about the same. sort were still working with the concept right now, but just An issue that is not just a veteran issue, but a human issues is loneliness, and that eventually the depression suicide. And so I want to be able to stop Austin spots, I think people forget especially as we're more connected on the Internet. Were more alone. Is Connections artificial? People checkup on you by sending you a private messages air. You okay, that's not going to help with the press person. And is the human contact have day to day. You know I know times in my life where I. Didn't particularly matter guide I'm probably still alive because you matter of other guys. Why bother killing myself I was at leading NAFTA press. and. I want to be able to raise awareness because we don't talk about loneliness. Suicides thing we can deal with like a medical problem treated like a psychiatric condition. If you have suicidal up, you can take a pill and talk to some. But loneliness affects a lot of people would sort of like the working poor, you know they got a job and they're paying their bills, so they don't need government systems, but they're Louisville paycheck to paycheck, and they're gonNA die prematurely from las stress, and most of the country lives like that, so nobody wants to talk about it, because not all member what he's doing that. That doesn't mean it's not how. I meant Iraq war or still problem wasn't wasn't normal. And I definitely have the right to have a bigger reach. I WANNA go to. You. Know both homes. I WANNA go to shelters on I. think that's part of why we want to go to some Buddhist. Temples and stuff I'm not particularly religious, but definitely view thumb. When Change Your own world world around change immediately. it's just so. It's so simple to do, but it's so hard can think your way into it. Common Intellectual Guy I want think my way into everything like bites. You know needs air. You'd spark needs fuel. It's not starting. I can just start at the front work. My way back and you know sparked sparkplug. humans. Impressions, not like that. Everything. He wants to be oppressed and I think that's really. needs to be talked about more so that it's not. Constitute Weird ask your buddy it. Working man's lonely. Like, what you? Want to date I've got. One Yeah and it just it shouldn't be. Going through something. I definitely want the trick to help bidders story than John and kate gossip time off. wrote a motorcycle around. That's a great story I love reading stories. Is this more than occasion? The search. Yeah, with and we've talked about that. third element I refer to it as a third elements any story. What's the benefit? Must Benefit of human. Race the human race. Good for you I'm looking forward to unit. Yes, still putting accounts at bath, but also to the the looser year plan, the better you are, receipt world. Can you as a lesson? You're out there trying to find the answer than you're disregarding things that are Horlick the answer. As I. Sit around. Wait for the truth the truth Fox door say go away. I'm waiting on the truth Robert. wouldn't send in his echo. Very appropriate one that quote. Ever wonder what happened to the music used to play on the radio. It's now available and virtually commercial free for your ride, dirty radio, FM. Get the APP today and enjoy it streaming or download songs to your Heart's content. Dirty Radio FM is free and the best way to enjoy music through a senator like Bob or with ear buds. While you're on the road, DIRTY RADIO FM. Get the APP today. American road runner brings you a roadrunner in the headlight. Shout time to those fellow Rodman. Canadair's where starting with a two rider rod rider, one of two sinister clutch on the Graham knocked out this Glorious Midwest Radwan K with a friend who logged is miles and time at at one thousand thirty four miles in sixteen hours thirty five minutes. Great ride, boys, he rats myself and my friend Anthony Road from northern Taki to coma. South Dakota. We began our ride in the middle of the night at approximately two forty, eight am and made. made it. This was the longest ride we ever encountered, but we were lucky to have such great weather. Most of the way the only mishap was my buddy losing his tent sleeping bag fishing. Moore's and the rest on the interstate. We never saw rain, but it did get chilly at times. As part of our ride, we rode to spearfish South Dakota next day to camp and fish. We couldn't have asked for better weather and enjoyed every minute we had in South Dakota Dinger's onto you because I cannot fit a motorcycle in the studio. And Onto Ryder number two of this epic journey at cool underscore. Arrow score customs knocked it out. They rat cranked up the FAB. Boy At two thirty in the morning filled up at the local gas station during our early morning dark ride, we hit a few deep potholes causing half. My crap to fly off didn't realize until the third re-fuel. Screw it. All we can do is jump back on and enjoy the ride. I didn't realize how much of an adrenaline rush of a ride we were facing until we had already reached amd past the halfway mark. We, did hit some heavy wind in Iowa and I realized how fast the winds were when I noticed my buddy's motorcycle outta slant are one rod, put us out in Chamberlain South Dakota where we sat up in a cabin there and enjoyed some old boss Burgers and several cold beers. The next morning road out spearfish did some radin through dead wood and shy and. Did some fish for trout and Cheyenne where the waters were indeed cold after few days out in spearfish, we headed back to Northern Kentucky where we lucked out and didn't have to ride and rain. In short, it was one hell of a trip with a good friend can't wait for the next Radwan. K stay safe out there on two wheels. My fellow one cares well written well done. Gentleman. Next up. On the Graham at Garrett, king crushed this one K. loop with some glorious scenic roads, one thousand miles exactly one thousand miles in one thousand nine hours eleven minutes look like Garrett had a very enjoyable ride and has already planned for the next Garrett riots Thursday night I was thinking up. We can plans and decided I wanted to do a one K. I dusted off the windshield in the rafters and clipped it on. On and put the seat back rest to complete the middle aged dad by a static form, follows function Friday. I mapped out a route and check the forecast and hit the road. Four thirty am Saturday morning. It was really awesome. Watching the sunrise in rural southern Iowa ripping back roads, and the weather couldn't have been better. A hit the ozarks and Mark Twain. Forest Midway and that's when the real fun and adventure began. Once I got into the forest. All cell reception and GPS was gone, and it was just me and the nostrils roads I've ever ridden. I was completely lost after an hour or so on these roads, but knew I was about halfway done and needed to keep riding north and east to get back on route, which is easier, said than done in New Territory with no landmarks, and the Sun right above you I was lucky enough to run into a couple of Africa gas station, who happened to be headed to Saint Louis which I knew. Knew was on my route, so I tell them until I could get my barons Saint Louis where the fun stopped, and the pain began, the Sunburn was setting in real NAS. Basically, every part of my body was sore and stiff. By this point, the three hundred fifty miles back to the moines was all about crushing it as fast as I could an hour from home and I couldn't stop smiling. Knowing I was going to accomplish this feat and thinking about planning for the next one well done sir. We're ringing the bell for you. And Let's get back to the road with Bob Marshall and the American roadrunner podcast mixed up. Typewriters and motorcycles. Rotten's and feelings on audiobooks and those old paper books enjoy Mello's. So the big question. Will you be taking a Tabora? Depends on it! I love that type revenue I do page day at least in Avangard gonads cool. Yeah, I'm gone, I do you know two pages of gone to make up for that and It is a great thing. Hearst thing I used to be on the morning was get caught gonNA check email. Susan check email sidetrack and your your most created when your mind's clean just woke up so that typewriter open and he doesn't have any update, formula. Just sitting, being typewriter woody groupies paper. I don't even charge battery on gotTA. Plug it in I don't have to clear fifteen notifications to get to the part of it that he's a typewriter like most cell phones as they do everything. You forget that you have a foul in it. Processing computers. At some typewriter, some visceral to buy the keys in, didn't that sound tactile analog and I honestly I type on it so often that because the apostrophe they must not use the possibly back in sick very often because it's not the whole ship he hit. Eight ragged a posture beyond that drive, and obviously possibly just right next to the return. He on his board yogurt. I saw I ended up hitting shift all the time when I hit the apostrophe when I'm on my laptop, so actually typed so much on Adam. Typewriter I'm getting used to the keys a like convert back when I'm in Laptop Mogi. Work Yeah I. Forgot to warn you about that I do the same thing we'll. We'll tell a little bit backstory John was gonna Carnevale I was going to turn bill on my great I'm really excited to meet him, he goes. He said wait. Typewriter so while the listeners out there. Yes, I've got a bad habit of. Selecting beat up top riders rebuilding them. They are pretty but boy. They work extremely well, and so. I took pictures of a few of them, said well sure. Which one do you want and he goes well. Which one I think it ended up being. Walls pass one I don't remember. Can Start. Have Women Yeah from the early seventies I think I know it's got a one on it right? The number one. Sure, yeah, well great great machine, and I knew it would put up with the beating, and we're getting ready to leave their Malala girls and we have in our. Stuff in echoes. What's that what we're all going for the legion? Why are you bring a typewriter? No, no I'm giving you know. John's picking this up for me. It's GONNA be Great. Oh Gosh. You know I mean it's just nerdy as the nerve, but. I'll tell you very few things exciting for me as travel around of the top. Because what it does is, it forces need to look at this nine ten twelve machine that I brought with me on a motorcycle. And say I've better spent an hour with us today. 'cause I brought this machine up. I only have two days where the clothes instead of four days because of this machine. And it's it's a good excuse, Sanders. I mean there's enough hip story out there that have videos them grindings slow motion on a motorcycle and talking about the sand in the purity. You've Being able to work with your hands so I don't Wanna get live romantic about it, but it's something simple about being. In front of the typewriter typing just doing typing. You'd say a lot. Motorcycles lot likely on the bike smartphones in my pocket strategies mean road not thinking about. Work or anything on the bike free Tech Writers are necessarily that Romantically. Has that same ability where you're just? You're just hiding? It's not GonNa be you have pessimism you just. It's just you and the page. And when you're done with the page, you actually have a physical piece of paper. Like I accomplished a thing. I wrote a page. in I, can type just as many words on the word processor. It's just screen, and you just say page up and page down. You wrote. A page wrote for an hour. I've asked Word Count Anyway. So you're all I'm only at six hundred word. They need to do more words so all the extra features. Held Lot, but you know everything every plus some of the downside. Key A lot. He says a papers and stuff. I ended up having to do a lot of writing a lot of it. Is Scientific APA STYLE Because of Psychology Major. So that is new. or Creativity. But I do journaling. Yeah. Cuba, vote the gentleman's. Private. Thoughts and feelings is weighted tenants. Get. What's going on inside? Interesting me up outside and. And that is just few for me. Yeah. What would probably be the better ADIA. Guises adventure out. During an. AD. As opposed in Journal as opposed to the dive writer, she got this. Really cool thing called the passion planner. It's like it's just it is plan. What has you know space for notes, thoughts and and gold, and so it's like. It's useful in organizing and all the ranch stuff, but it gives you a bunch of room for notes, Elands, who you met, so, I wanNA take one of those out and just have notes of where we are physically so the. Eye Anita Research of this for us so I talk about because the only read through it and I I didn't stop to read anything. I also want like I. Felt this way. I think a tricky. What about writing a book about? See went through the journey had the answer and so when you write about yourself before you had whatever that moment was. You got to get back into that point. Where like you about stuff or you haven't even understanding now? The have the the person reading. The book haven't gotten to the end yet, so you'd be able to write from that class. You're in adding notes like the only way I know. You're right handed. Aren't you all your left hand? That's this as a fellow left-hander ice near I. Think you do that on top of right that don't you remember when you were interviewing me? Mentally other way that's right a little weird style. It really works. Yeah, no it and that's why I got. So heavy into using typewriter machines, because it's so much faster and easier. It works. Rhode seems to be offering. You guys just a ton of new adventures in that. What do you think well who who direct for now? freelancer what I would say, ninety nine percent of the time all right per a rust, Brown motorcycle attorneys. Their blog is pretty cool 'cause they syndicated out the other magazines, so you're not just writing. Her blog actually have to how little bit of Standards Laws Pretty Do. I've done some blogging. It's like you know five words. If boxing bucks hammered in Israel Sembler, line more about. Like search engine optimization than writing a compelling story back. They don't even call it right. Call your content creator or a content provider rat like you're not even a writer. Colin MECHANICA automotive technicians who need that's kind of solving. Hands yet, the artisan. Of trouble. Book follow the troubleshooting tree. Chest pain one of pin to look for oems of A. You don't even know why you're doing. And So Rust Brown basically Adl say yes to anything that I pitched them in Vita. phoebe great work. That's how I found. You got interviewed. VELOCE! How gotTA? Interview allow really cool people. That twenty exhausts it just people that are in motorcycling than indifferent facile artists, some of them mechanical creators race promoters, but they all have who'll stories about. Know when your passion took over, how did you? Find make the change I'm GonNa try to make money my passion. That's a scary thing. A lot of people want to do on the side or a lot of people do a version of it. You know if you like to build custom motorcycles, but work to. You know a MIDAS. While in. Ins a ten year old. Toyota Corollas you're not necessarily. Yeah, you're working with your hands, and you're working on vehicles, but some people that re- grabbed their passionate turn into a thing that takes a lot of especially. You have a job that pays well Oh. Yeah I feel I. I don't mean to I. Have a job pays will. Pick! and. It's been a lot of fun to get out and race, and obviously it's been a lot of in the last several years to share those stories. With American road runner, you know the blocker. Will blog or the brand or the La La la, but that's why I really enjoy doing this show because. Abel's me to enjoy more stories. Excited about inaudible format instead of a written format, really which is great lease, the medium that's I write songs to writing stories is a year off. Is You don't you don't have? To a book. That's you could try. He can triumph. Ella. Lot of Shakespeare's plays. Ryan I guess any language Roman. Yeah, let's not mention it because then it'll be a theme like. Being being tap your foot. Yeah, it's not. It's not gonNA worker well. Although I'll tell you what. I read my own book and I've been producing that audio lately. In kinda gets into that. Really making a good rhythm out of it making sure I have to make sure that I'm really not a good rhythm and I have to make sure of I need to add half a second here because I didn't you know ten minutes go by, and I messed up and had to step back, you know. He's a lot a lot more to it than I ever thought possible. I listen to audio books on the bike. You like the most of the reading that I do is audio books just? Sixteen chapters on the way down here and the rain. On some woke about packing the human mind, rat right and it was really cool we probably would have taken a year to get through sixteen Japanese reading because I'm always reading five books than magazines and blog posts. Come in, and then I read my own writing. So When do audio books the especially? If there's multiple versions like like I did the great gatsby recently you know, get a little, read some of the classics and. Eight different versions available. By the way, public service announcement, go to your local library. Get a library card. Go to your local library holy. Heck I got my library card. I get it online and just print out the receipt. All the guy had to do it. Hemion card and all the information was there, and now I can go to overdrive and get free audiobooks all day long I rations Li listen to audio books, but like I said with the Great Gatsby views There was like eight different versions I could choose from. Do all of them, because of the narrator matters. If your your cadences off, actually hard, listen to yes, and if somebody's at a lot of the. Hunter Thompson books sure inaudible format, and there's a couple of some people do it. They try to do it in the trying to copy decayed his voice that weird sort of way he. Almost mumbled talker vast rat. What sell? That's not necessarily the way I want to look. Through a lot of what some of his books out there right now. Is He. May Carbon Carbon type stuff? But letters, he wrote to Remington firearms asking for a warranty claim. Like, they don't need the hundred Thompson ramble style for that. And so I'll I'll go through. Listen to that sample. Can't get used to got. It does mean a lot now I've learned. I know I've got my finger narrators. And I end up listening to books that they've done because they're really good narrators and they really are nearly. Archie Bray. Reporter I mean these guys lawn fire there just so in demand band. Julia Whelan. Just enjoyed all the artwork that they put into. Making it happen, it really is an art and I've had a lot of fun getting into it. How can I get into narrating once? I started with my own book. We'll see where it goes from. There does yes, you've heard me say before your listener. I have an audible addiction that needs a damn twelve step program. But in so it's great to learn to create that content in audio instead of just renton if you will is. Exploding it's so popular. It's gotten way more popular than anyone could ever imagine and without popularity comes. Form of art in it, so it's very very excited Seattle. Turn out honestly in on the future I. think that'll be it. Let me know when you need your article read. We'll be loading MP threes on the blogs and. I can rechargeable you whatever maybe? He will stop us into the radio, but veraciously pickup podcasts. Stop reading what they want audio books, or they want a kindle something like that. Well. It's it's easier. Than the radio, no radio is unfortunately going out I think it'll be. Like TV was fifteen years ago. Shut off. But now TV on the old antennas. Plugging cable. So. What's the point in these steaks? Mass amounts of electricity maps mass amounts of money to pump that electricity, and so yeah. The radios really moving sideways. It's exciting to the podcast world because it's all going digital show. And I think we're podcast is going to war really geeking out here? Dear Listener Vase her in. But podcast is going how it's all GonNa be. We think the term is going to be just audio show on the future and his London MP threes so much easier and cheaper. Dang radio station will love the future brains, but it's definitely going to be the contents moving around. Laws are so yesteryear. John Yet That's that's why I'm working on being a writer, not a water. Consider myself a blogger. I have my own blog my website. Where is most of the time when I post on my blog? It's hey check out this article. What's your website? GIANTS DOT COM. Johnny Kill More Dot Com. J. O., H., N. Y.. Feel more, but you think well. Yeah, the double in the it some. Ways to spell John? Is mainly a nickname. Honestly I really John would let I've had that nickname since high school. And I just use it actually in a band and then I was promoting my. Band is my sponsor. My racing because I had no water. Okay cool in the racing got so big that I got stuck with the name. And then everybody just needs John Fillmore rat rod, you Google, John Would you're not gonna find me you're gonNA. Find a thousand people. Up That's the well. If we're on that I've got a confession. Bob Is. Is Robert. How'd you guess? It might be Robert. Knows I totally understand and I got Bob. My Dad was off his Bob. How thank you guys who joining us? You guys on the Graham. Yeah Yeah It's actually the. At John Gilmore. What's the project that we're doing? The trip is actually got its own to Hartwell Horizon. Okay yeah it started off. Really is just a way. Because we had different circles of friends and so being able to share stuff, we created a instagram and then. I in a flurry of. Just. Too much free time and creativity, and I build a website, a logo, and so now one horizon turn into more of a travel log on. You know project that actually let create stories, and not just share van. What friends? Moreover it's cool, and it's a number two hearts yet. kmarts number two the number one. Sworn Dot com that that website been sitting there. Alabama updated in a year to one of the millions of things we'll do we get. Everything shoved into storage. whites ready. Wow, the route is all updated website. How you feel about being home state. Why haven't heard it? Big Home is where the heart is. Welcome. Has a really inspiring. Thanks for joining us today. I don't. Especially coughing. Good stuff copy. American, road runner brings you a road runner in the headlight. You heard it first here on this show. We all know. Are We all love her lover? She's a love of my life. This one goes out to Ms. Beulah may co host of girl on a Modo podcast. She came back for a second annual Radwan cakewalk in her one thousand thirty two miles in eighteen hours eleven minutes. She brought our good friend and sponsor something at American roadrunner. I'm not sure who that is. Along for the ride, but here's the story you've heard it. Let's hear it from Boulez hand. My I text message to Bob Marshall was half questioning half advas- seeking when you're doing. Rodwin K. in a day. What's your average speed? I suspect around eighty five. My next x was what are you doing may not. It? Was that simple? Yes, or no answer and just like that. Within a day, Bob had a few options for this trip for us to leave and return from his fly and Marshall Laboratory with thousand mile loop. I packed my gear the day before to avoid procrastination, and over thought on what I would bring on the back of my sportster. After a day of work on Friday I wrote the Bob's recorded a show with him got some sleep woke up early and let all the mayhem of this ride begin. We left Riverside in southern California to head. North made a left turn. Las Vegas to easily Nevada and then over and down the three ninety five for a complete loop, it was cool, then warm, then wet, and then perfect, there was a near collision, a backdrop in the dirt exhaust Flange, dangling in the wind. Someone ran out of gas and spoiler. Alert the same. Someone blew rear tire with less than two hundred miles to go. Tow trucks credit cards short naps on side of the road and bad directions above all adventure I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. Check out all the Shenanigans on the American roadrunner motorcycle show, and on my blog at girl on a moto dot com. Yes, this was the ride where abloh up my tire and you heard it. All of you episodes ago. Way To submit this Beulah may well done. We've got a six person ride. These are six people who all got together and made it all happen. Let's hear about it. We're starting with on the Graham at Carlos. Four peasy won crushed his second one K. This year. With one thousand nine miles twenty two hours twenty nine minutes, he recruited some new riders for this one while others were returned riders as well. He rats after going north to reno on my first one. K. Yon May twelve twenty twenty. We went east this time to sedona Arizona. I feel this route was much more fun. Highway Eighty, nine and eighty nine eighty was. Was Amazing with views and roads smooth as a baby's, but stopped in Prescott at the Harley store and headed to the Sedona, Beer Company we eight and headed up to flagstaff from there was a race West on highway forty much easier around this time. Not hit a storm really helps surprisingly the he wasn't bad at all. It was optimal riding conditions throughout the entire trip. Well done Sir are bell rings for you. Let's go with router number two six. This is at Martha skill skin on the Graham knocked out the one K. One thousand five miles for her in twenty three hours one minute. She kept her story short and sweet, and we appreciate that Hashtag. Rod more talk last. I love it. This is hilarious. She writes smash and Grab One K. to flagstaff and back rolled Jerome Cottonwood and Sedona a man well done sister welcomed the Colt. You are saluted. Rider three of six at L. Fr- affair patrol on. Knocked out his second one K ready this year this time with the group twice the size. Of course we haven't clocked in at one thousand sixty three miles in twenty two hours ten minutes. He writes this quarantine has ride and more than ever. Before we headed from Ventura towards Phoenix to do the eighty nine to eighty, nine, eight to flagstaff and a dash back home on the forty, the eighty nine and eighty nine, a is a beauty of the Strip, lots and lots of turns, maybe not ideal for the one K.. Trip in regards of time, but we do it for the ride and made it. We passed through Prescott Jerome a city on the side of a mountain and Sedona. Words and pictures can't expressive beauty ready to do another here shortly. Stay tuned, well done Sir congratulations number two this year. Let's get to ride or four of six. We have a new record for oldest rider Jose re senior. Sixty nine wasn't good company with. I One K and two who already knew the ropes got him at one thousand seventy one miles in twenty two hours twenty minutes. Congratulations on completing the ride and taken the title of oldest rider I. Sure Hope I'm able to crush one ks into my sixties. Great Work Jose. Jose Rats I love to get up early and ride. It's a beautiful road that we took got a little tired towards the end. God Willing I will continue to ride for many more years. I'm sixty nine now and feel great. Thank you. Thank you thank you, Jose Sixty nine and killing it. We appreciate you sir. Five of six Black Wolf underscore honcho knocked out this one K.. This ride was a challenge especially when the pain said in, but Chris enjoyed every mile of it, Chris Road. Where do I begin I? Was Skeptical on doing this ride I was nervous anxious and couldn't even sleep only getting three and a half hours in. I woke up at one forty five am to meet up with the group at three. A M I was pumped Ryan Dorsey. Stop Gas up was easy peasy. The weather was perfect, maybe upper sixties and aspreys. Man Seeing. That sunrise was amazing. My going through Palm Springs make an unforgettable memories while Radan with a group of friends that love to put in their miles. Head into the halfway mark. I started feeling the tiredness. My hands started getting tied Mansour Radan without a fair in on my back, took a little toll having the wind blowing good a few times each time we would gas up I was excited to see the next town. We would stop and pass through. I didn't realize how many miles we had already put in, and ours don't get me wrong. Being the first time or during the one K. was tough, but I loved every mile of it well done. Sir, welcome to the club. Bells ringing for use. Radyr. Six of six at underscored dot Gabe dot underscore s on the Graham crushes I one K with his group of friends one. Thousand Twenty eight miles twenty two hours twenty four minutes. Have you noticed the Times they're always just a little different? Even in a group, it all goes back to the fewer seats, so always keep that in mind whatever the ending and beginning receipts as these are your times, so looks like we're going to see some more miles from. He writes well. I got my first one K under my belt finally went through with it and I must say. I enjoyed it I. Didn't get much sleep the night before because I was too excited to get on the road. Left venture with the rest of the crew in Zuza. Getting the palm springs area, as the sun was Razan, was super cool to watch, but at the same time was feeling tired. Contemplated if I should just turn back glad I did and. Before this ride, the furthest I rode was about three hundred miles. It's so much better Radan with a crew once we got to Prescott, Jerome said. Wow views were amazing. Flagstaff was our turning point, so we headed back and felt good. Only part was my rear end was bugging most of the ride. The Heat wasn't too bad either and I definitely do it again I need delay more miles down on my back Mr. Gabe congratulations welcome to the gang. Let's get over to shovel head on the Graham knocked down his first one K one, thousand, nine hundred seven miles, and twenty hours fifty seven minutes as part of the one K. Prep Advice, I often say exactly what Joe mentioned here, try to get in some solid rest beforehand, but easier said than done because. Joel rats the not before the ride. I felt like a kid on Christmas. I've been wanting to do this for some time. And for one reason or another I never did this time it was going to happen, and it did. The ride started off later. Then I would have locked, but it was a good thing. Because if we had left earlier, we would have. Have Gotten poured on? We chased the Double Rainbow for some time as my friend on the Graham at Brendel seventy, nine and I embarked upon our journey, we had a set plan, but for some reason we were not able to load the Google maps I'd created into his navigation or my phone, so we did as best as we could to stick to the route. We missed on some of the roads I'd plan, but also gained so much more or less in the road. Take US where wanted to. We wanted to take the scenic route down to Nashville then all highway back. It was very hard for me to put into words. How great of an experience this was for anyone who has done it i? Am sure you understand. There's something about getting off the back. After doing nine hundred miles, and I laughed so hard that I cried and sat a gas station and Remington Indiana at two am, and not even knowing why if you are thinking about doing the Radwan candidate do it. I can't wait for next time. Well said Mr Joe. Thank you for your contribution looks like you. One Heck of a ride. Welcome to the gang. Last, but not least Michelle a fairly new rider crushed her first one K with us soon after coming up short on another great to see her. Try again so soon, not only did she have plenty of time to spare this time, but log some extra credit miles as well one thousand one hundred five miles in seventeen hours ten minutes. Nice Ride Michelle. Glad you enjoyed it. She wrote I. wrote Texas for two weeks vacation and missed challenged by an hour on the way out I was determined to take advantage of three time zones and extended daylight hours on my ride home, cool temperatures and latte traffic between Amarillo Albuquerque. Albuquerque was spectacular for Rod and it was so cold I use rain gear to stay warm new. Mexico mountains were much appreciated landmarks then progress slowed because of smoke from extensive fires obscured the sun, a truck overturned across the forty freeway, causing traffic to divert around the ramps at the next stop a shed, the ring gear taken the forty, instead of the ten was much cooler and the rat decision the continental divide in New Mexico was a great photo, op and beautiful scenery for the rat, a late lunch and flagstaff revived me for the remaining seven hours, and I also took off the jacket liner. Arizona felt lack summer. Radin? His son was making me tired. Crossing into California was familiar territory. I Push Bass Barstool for gas and was nine hundred ninety eight miles the beautiful sunset. Energize me for one and a half to reach home. Traffic was starting to build, but manageable at not close to home. The fifteen ninety one freeway interchange closure took me on a thirty minute detour when I pulled into the last gas stop, I was exhausted and elated. Having Been Rodney only four years, I felt lack accomplishing one K and a day is making up for lost times well done. Michelle congratulations welcome to the gang. And next time American road runner will continue. We've got some very exciting things. Something about nine hooligan riders all riding together in a group somewhere in Oregon. This is GonNa get excited for the ride. One candidate remember you can find all this on the Graham and of course you can find us online American roadrunner, the Book Dot Com. Find the book anywhere you purchase books. Find this motorcycle show anywhere. You listen to podcast and on Youtube. Recommended to a friend, let everyone know this is where it all begins Sarakin roadrunner Ville mixed up bells Merican roadrunner. Riverside down. American roadrunner. American roadrunner. 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Ep. 391 - 5 Psychics Share Their 2021 Insight

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Ep. 391 - 5 Psychics Share Their 2021 Insight

"Hello hello welcome to almost thirty. Podcast i am so glad you're here. I am also going currently. I'm more glad. I'm even glad i love when we have days where we hop on and we'd be profession. I wanna to be like boys beautiful. Not like we're underwater. Which by the way your your phone your phone. Yeah we gotta talk about that. I mean i've been talking about him my dm's for a week. Everyone's like but everyone like angels. They sent me a whole paragraph there like eight. I don't mean to offend you. I just wanna let you know. Because i'm looking out for you and i really appreciate your they just being so kind of about my microphone. Yeah trash i mean it's been trash forever. I'm like bitch get a new phone conference. I used to voice my car on it and it only took a while. It's like a few people are like it. Sounds like you're in lake a turbine. I would just do it all the time. Any welcome welcome to the podcast. I'm lindsay. This is krista and if you're new to the show because it's a new year and you're just getting odd cast. We're glad you're here. What a week to join us now. It's a baller week in. There's probably four hundred other episode yet. You can get into so you got got a lot those plans for twenty twenty but this week we're really excited and honoured. We are joined by our favorite astrologers and psychics for their twenty twenty one insights predictions. And i'm just i love. I've listened to all of them. I felt so good leaving these recording. They were from their heart at from source and a few of them are channeled. Like in this episode. Brima lansana channeling in. Yeah just feel very lucky. Yeah it's really good so if you wanna listen to the other one you can listen to with our astrologers. We had the twenty twenty predictions with some of the best astrologers we know and this one is going to be just as powerful. Yeah so in this episode. We are joined by milan-san erica. Gabriel kiki robinson. Not only miles and tim. Ron and you can find out more about each of these psychics mediums in our show notes as well as on our website. But yeah these are powerful messages each one a little bit different but there are some common threads that are kinda cool and it percolate and we have an episode to. If you want. Also dude episode with re tim and natalie as well we'll probably episodes with the others. Dig into those people specifically you. Can i want to just get into it. Let's just get into it. Let's teller announcements and then happen. Yeah so quick announcement. We've been doing something secret We have a new collaboration excited to share with you with philosophy. So philosophy is a superfood brand started by our friends. Sophie jaffe and We loved her products for a long time. And we wanted to do a special product of between almost thirty and philosophy and after much Thoughts and time and from you guys just telling us what you would like to see. 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I am here today to provide insights beams and support for the next year as we head into twenty twenty one. I drew some cards for this next year. Because i wanted to call on the tarot because it is such a potent and powerful divination tool of guidance and clarity so i drew cards in sections in orders. So depending on where you are. Whether in the northern hemisphere the southern hemisphere up by the says he will emanate cars as some overall themes and Handsome overall guidance. Of last. Messages that i will talk about at the end so the first part is the lover is which is so beautiful and as we head into twenty twenty one. This is such a beautiful hard to receive And to welcome us into the new year. I'm really seeing that. There has been a big shift in relationship. So if you have gone through a break up and twenty twenty or if you have been single and have been hoping to meet someone trust and know that you're so connection is really coming in. I'm seeing that there is such a beautiful Connection available as we move into the next year not only With others but was self and the divine and with community so I'm seeing that. There's a shift into connecting with our soul family. Are those feel like home. You know those who deeply resonate with our souls. And i'm releasing that there's this beautiful divine union coming in almost seem so much fire coming in for this next season This next year As we move in Most on our personal lives and On a collective feels like there's this fire of catalyst coming in. I'm really seeing that. There's going to be a big shift in repast. So on a personal level it feels like the career says that. Are out of alignment that are you know based on old systems or you know maybe a societal conditioning of what you thought you should do or what you felt like you needed to. Doom is released moving into a space of purpose mission. And i'm hearing this beautiful action to sacred work. So i'm hearing. What is your sacred work in the world. What catalyze you to create change and really what ignites your inner fire. And as we move deeper into twenty twenty one. I'm seeing this really cool building of new structures new systems. And i feel like that's been happening for a while. But as we've been seeing there's been a unraveling and a crumbling of old systems and that will continue and there is a beautiful building of a new church. The night of pinnacles came through. And i really see this. As a connection to earth and honoring the earth as our ancestor. So i'm seeing a beautiful awakening happening as we move into the spring in the northern hemisphere and a relieve deep remembrance of sacred and really seeing a lot on a collective bubble and of around environmental change around environmental passions and her best. So expect to see breakthroughs in science and relieve just a almost like catalyst or Awakening of thoughts and as we move into summer in the northern hemisphere in twenty one. I'm seeing a big shift in the financial system actually a breaking old systems wrong capitalism. And i see this beautiful water coming in. So i pull the nine of cubs which is a card of replenishment. So i'm actually seen that replenishment moving into our financial system seeing a A redistribution of wealth. So anywhere wealth has been ordered anywhere has been bound. it's being freed and it is Moving into spaces which truly need that wealth resource and Abundance and. I'm really seeing that the summer. Or the third order the third season holds a threshold for us on a collective of all so russillo's are often initiations. So i'm seeing that. This might be a time of upheaval of collective upheaval. But it is needed. Where can you show up for yourself. Where can you show up for. Collective is the question that i'm hearing because this is going to be a time of awakening of Of mass movement of movements on a political scale and movements and community is while and we as we move into the Fourth season are autumn in the northern hemisphere. I pull the four of the goals so this speaks to an honoring our resources and connecting to your value systems. So i'm seeing Within the collective there's a kind of reconfiguring an a a re orientating of values stems so it feels to me like there's a almost like integrity that will be restored and transformation in those values systems and also a deep elimination of where it does not resonate any more. So i'm seeing a continued release Continued kinda shedding a during the autumn. Though some themes. I'm saying. I drew the justice card. And i seen that. We're going to experience a great rebalancing and obscene this as a deep reckoning and reconciliation of debt not only on a financial level but on A energetic level so a accountability as what i'm hearing is the theme so there is accountability. That is needed. There will be accountability and I just keep seeing this theme of catalyst and change and initiation on collective scale on a personal level. I'm seeing a what of the ends of divine love. Actualising of lifelong dreams and dreams. That are new or like you never thought you had and really just this beautiful shift and change around. Year is a big theme. I'm seeing some practical advice but came through. Is the kenya penpals. Though boundaries. Boundaries are crucial This is a time where you also see your resources as sacred but not owned so. I'm seeing perspective shifts To be accountable to your resources Where can you be wise and mindful with your time and energy and money. But where can you also freely give. And i thought the surrender card from a living alter and i really seeing that on a personal level i would suggest making relationship with surrender if you haven't already in twenty twenty. I'm hearing things bank. Get weird and this is the time to call him on. Surrender as we move into the unknown as we move into the unchecked channy and as we prepare for even deeper change surrender really us to build trust with ourselves and trust with life and the process to so where can you trust yourself to tend to your relationship with spirit and show. Where can you ask for what you and where can you create foundation of trust. So i'm sending you blessings for this next year or twenty twenty one as we crossed the threshold together. And if you want to find more my work and connect with me you can find me. On instagram. at opulent wench on my website is www dot opulent which shocked calm. You can also find the oracle and art ritual project that i am a co creator of at the living. Alter so i'm sending you buffing move and thank you so much are listening. Everybody my name is ron and i am a medium practicing out of newport beach california. I've been doing this work for twenty three years full-time and i have done now over. Sixteen thousand one in one sitting in a countries I love what i do. I love talking to the dead. And i want to thank christa and lindsay for having me back on. I was on almost thirty podcast last year. It was really big success and i know several of you came in and had sittings with me and several of you. Who heard me on the podcast called in and had phone sittings with me and it was a pleasure working with with with all of you. you know. Want to share some of my twenty twenty one insights. That i feel would be very very helpful for all of you. I really feel that. Twenty twenty one will bringing about the fruition of year's worth of self introspection our relationships with those that we love will strengthen as as already have been since we've been locked in with a lot of people you know as we have this renewed awareness of what brings security in our lives. We will either seek new homes or will make current home's improved with refer repurposing an remodeling etc You know getting back to the home having dinner at home having friends over your home. I really feel that. That's gonna be a big thing for twenty twenty one getting back to the basics that we lost over the past years. You know it's also going to be a time to reconnect to those that we haven't been able to see and do the pandemic you know. I've had a lot of clients. Come in recently women in their mid sixties early seventies who before they walk in the office. They're already crying. And i'm saying are you okay. And their first responses. I have not seen mike grandchildren in six months and wentz. This pandemic is over. You know we're gonna be able to have those relationships again and it's going to build a stronger stronger social circle friends and you know it's gonna really improve our our wellbeing you know in in the new year one of the things that i wanted to mention you know to to be aware of is really be aware of the negativity. That's out there. You know Right now of course with pandemic a lot of people have lost their homes. They have lost their jobs. They lost a lot. A lot of people you know are are quite negative right now and and rightly so because of everything. They've gone through. But it does not mean that we have to you know follow suit with that always focusing on the positive you know. Whenever bad things happen in my life. I always instantly say god the good you know god schumer the good guys from the good i keep on saying that over and over and over until i find some good that has come out of a bad situation and you know i always tell clients yes i'm a medium but i'm not a saying you know i'm human just like anybody else You know i have my own fears just like anybody else. I have my own issues. That i'm working through like anybody else and whenever you know bad things happen i consistently always always say gosh with good. If you don't want to say god You can say spirit. You can say the universe you can say divine mother I'm old fashioned. You know i. I like to to say you know. God that's just for me. But really whatever's whatever's important important for you you know also going into twenty twenty one is going to be a lot of changes even within our society and without means is i really feel with the new president that we have now. I really feel that he's really going to bring the country together in a way that hasn't been done the last four years and i feel that within our country. There's going to be a a a lot of hailing that's gonna take place so really all. The abuse happened in twenty twenty you know. All all of the negativities have happened in twenty twenty all the fears that we had a face happening. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one. Is i look at the time of really hailing you know if you wanna look at burn victim you know. A burn victim gets burned. But it's through the healing process of having that skin you grow back in time. I feel that twenty twenty was a year that a lot of best got and we have these first degree second degree. Some of us have even third degree burns all of our body based on the year. Twenty twenty going into twenty twenty twenty one. I fully acknowledged that we will be in the healing process. It's kind of like if you wanna look at a burn victim. Who has now the -pointment on their arm. The bandages that under armour during the healing during the healing phase. So that's something to to to always always be aware of yet thing always remember to that. Misery loves company so be aware of surrounding yourself with people that are talking about the past. Twenty twenty people are talking about negativities. That happened in twenty twenty misery loves company. Always make sure that you rise above that you know one of my heroes in life is my angelou. The author who passed over a few years ago and one thing that i know about her. Is that anybody that ever wanted to hold a conversation with her in public in person they had to watch every single thing that they that they said in front of her for example. If somebody said. I think my husband's Having an affair me she would just walk away if another person says. I think i might be losing my job Through unemployment she would just walk away. She would not say. Excuse me I have to pick up my child or lie. Such as. I'm sorry i gotta meet a friend. She would just walk out and leave and it taught everybody around her that if you wanted to hold her in conversation you had to watch every single word that you said and keep it in the most positive form because again misery loves company and that is why she really helped inhaled you know thousands if not millions of of people worldwide so. I just wanted to give you some tips on that. And that would be an in my professional opinion and my professional opinion doing now. Sixteen thousand sittings as dos twenty. Three years i've done this work quite a bit. I've seen year after year. Come and what it's brought you know for those of you that when it connect with me you can go to tim. Brown medium dot com My instagram facebook. Twitter is tim brown medium. You know have a monthly newsletter. That i give different tips to if you want to stay in touch with me. Just go ahead and email me at timber on medium dot com and get in touch with me and ask to be added to the newsletter. We send out to newsletters a month of first month end and the middle of the month. We don't want with a lot of emails And that's another way to stay in touch with me. But in any event i really wish each and every one of you a very very successful high vibration loving twenty twenty one and if you ever need any type of help or suggestions feel free to email me. I will email you back If you need to make an appointment you know whether by phone or in person. I'm here for you a lot of you. That hurt me on almost thirty podcast last year. Several you called in from around the country and thank you for referring your family and friends. Because now they're coming in in person wells by phone so again love to all. 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X. dot com slash almost thirty and then at checkout using the code almost thirty four fifteen percent off. Hi my name is Bream lanson epi one hundred fifty five is vintage. I'm into channel. And after about ten years or so of doing readings and healing session began to focus my energy and tension under supporting others in accessing their own intuition and connection to source i realized over and over again through the years that people always knew their highest potential. They knew why they were here. And i was just reflecting a truth. That was deeper within them. And although sometimes we need to be held in that way i have found it far more impactful to offer tools so that you can reawaken the most natural part of yourself your intuitive self. The part of you that lives in grace and ease and expansion and really had a clear out the conditioning that keeps us from leaving our fullest. potential My greatest honor and gift in life is to remind people who they are. And i'm going to read a passage of a longer channel transmission about our future. Personally if i were to offer anything like if you're interested to lean in do it all on the other side of fear and pain and hardship is a greater freedom and deeper wisdom and richer experience of life We have to fail it to heal it and our pain is really meant to catapult us into our greater truth So we're going through a huge collective. What i call ego death right now hopefully and if we look back on life at our hardest times and what i would call our ego deaths. They've always gifted us expansion and freedom wisdom and we needed to allow a part of ourselves to to die off and right now more than ever. I think it's so important to really create a strong foundation for who we really are. Things are heightened. And i think it's helpful to not look at our emotions problems or even attached the identity to it My anxiety my depression and instead seeing them as information and feedback and letting us know how far we walked away from from truth and our growth is infinite. It's an infinite process so be gentle. Be gentle baby booze and how you know how did the awakened one get to bliss through the pain and we can't get to this five thirty talk without moving through the three d. grit but it's how we reach everything that we are asking for your most transparent expression will carry you to your most rewarding incarnation So do the things that connect you to who you really are into the oneness that prevails so very important to create a strong foundation. Right now I have a lot of free resources on my site. Meditations guided processes to reconnect with your soul and your inherent state piece Free intuitive training on my sight and my website is brima. Lanson dot com. It's b. r. e. e. m. e. l. an s. n. And my instagram is bree dat milan-san almost likely post the full transmission of this on my site. It was lots of pages Underbrush sources their. Jk you guys resources on my site and you'll you'll hear they kind of dragged me slash us when asking about the future but as always in the most loving way But i tried to pull out what i felt to be. The most potent insight from the following potential futures are answers to the questions posed energies like us. Do not hold your safety or well-being you live in a field infinite potential that has created in every waking moment you are reborn and created a new and every waking moment the one who yearns for the future has already forgotten miraculous that lives here in the present the one who worries about outcomes and others forgotten their own innate power as a great agent of change what you give your life forced to is given live so we asked you envision the future you prefer to live in this has been called a great time of awakening and it is true for many but not for all you must choose the world jewish to live in the visiting processes and important part of creation. You must i see veal potential before it can manifest. We remind you of the incredible gift of. Will you know that. Not one thing is separate. So how could you not be a part of determining the greater future before you. We are not suggesting to evade the reality in which you live. We're just asking. How are you defining the reality before you for this is the power hold. We ask you to sit quietly with yourselves. Should go into nature and remember the purity that his presence swimming the earth swatters to feel the vitality that searches through you. Baskin her beauty to call upon her grace breathing the air that sustains you and then marvel at what unfolds we ask you to consider not only the perceptions you hold but how you're utilizing your will to consider where your desires come from and also your fears if you believe yourself to be merely the body remain enslaved to unlimited and linear world. All of life is sustained by a unified intelligent harmony. How could you be any different if you look to nature you see that. All things are void of agenda misses the balance that makes life possible. All that is not life-giving is ultimately unsustainable the energy required to carry. The illusions will eventually collapse or you can use your perceptions and will to redefine the world before you so that it may change. We must i happen to what is inherently good for us before we can create a civilization that is based in what is inherently good for all we must remember our oneness in our connection to source. We are saying that you're will should follow the divine inspiration but you have created a system that functions otherwise without pure intention energy will continue to be lost and imbalance will ensue. You've been conditioned to not trust enjoy freedom of expression because it threatens is society of interdependence illusion of control an essence. Your true high expression threatens the false safety of others notice the investments that others may have in the smaller self. What happens if you're healthy and thriving few not engage in things that satiate. What if you were self sustaining if you return to the us wisdom and then what happens to those who are vest. Investing in your idleness. They lose their power and they to begin their journey back. Hold truth you are divine piece. To the whole year inherent powers permeable. It is felt is magnetic and it is unconditional by definition. Did not let others deter you from your incredible ability to overcome. And so what if you were to abandon the ideals that keep you from living fully in the grace of god which is to say in your greatest light most free and wild expression. What happens if you left them here right here at this crossing point imagine hearts and worlds that you would eliminate this is your will great times of darkness. There's always an upheaval of liked. What keeps you from freeing yourself to live in this expression or without blame you are free. There's nothing to fear. Sean decree judgment upon or demons. Wrong or inhumane. There's only truth to return to do not lend your divine light to the powers that wished to dim it. Do not forfeit your power to those who tried to diminish it. You came here to as the glory of light consciousness. And so what shall you do. The slight your derived at this time to activate your highest expression. This is not a bad time. This is a time where the morals of the past are being questioned in great measure. You're being given the opportunity. To begin again we're extending our hands and hearts out to you so that you may trust in the path of light which is true's with let's do not reach for solutions outside of you instead. Harnessed the power of grecian that lives within the eternal present. Judge others blame the powers. You think may be you stood in the solidarity of love. You would not be rocked. They would have no power so dig deep into the wells of your heart breathing to presence route yourself here often. And why do you see the space as invaluable. The currency of your heart will bring you turn wellbeing so come home dear ones come home. Returned to the purification that is presence. it lives beyond the chatter and thought the expands beyond the identity. Presents is the home within you. Still that holds you all of life unconditionally. in this space you reconnect with all. That is true. Remember the current of love that is always running within. You remember why you came. Remember who you are. The internet is here. We need only harness. It miss the awakening. You see mrs the hi. I'm not lee miles. I am a janitor for the collective psychic medium writer host of these podcast and here is my insight into twenty twenty one. The channel theme for twenty twenty one has been coming through for me. Is your truth true and this is going to come through is and we're going to be dealing with this energy theme as how do you express yourself. How do you leave by your values on remembering that you all the teacher in your life on it all comes back to you. You living in your truth. You're living in your authenticity and being in your antic south. You can test your truths but it will be made very clear in twenty twenty one. What's aligned on. What's not because no one is going to save yourself but you you living in your power and you living in your truth bob. Will you show your unto itself into the walled. Will you take the lessons learnings values and truths that you learn about yourself in twenty twenty one and not just about yourself but what came up in the collective. Will you bring them out. Will you show your authentic self into the wild and put them into action. We are still going to be feeling the effects of twenty twenty into Twenty twenty one that will be a financial global impact a travel impact Global supply chain will still be impacted. how countries interact with each other How we travel and move around Technology space space travel who controls space and controls Yeah what's around us in-space Social media on this alleman of power and control but we are really being guided back into our own truth own knowing and our own intuition our own intuitive gifts and seeing the power within ourselves a knowing that we have access to everything within us whatever is thrown us in the exterior walled knowing that we need to keep returning to our troops and also. I'm being aware of. How energy is paul of the community. It's part of the collective it's of the planet and not seeing it as that pro because when we step into altrusa an all power it ripples out in the collective and this collective energy is going to be important for the transformation and change that we have that is currently happening and is underway and is going to be building as we move through twenty twenty one and into the years ahead Twenty twenty was such a pivotal year. And now we uncover online and unpack even more in twenty twenty one and really step into our trees if you want to him more about twenty twenty one. I also channels through a whole episode whole channel. Message all my podcasts. They think you're intuitive It will be the twenty twenty one channel energy forecast which will be coming out In the first week of january. So if you want to hear more of a child message for me You can go and listen to it on my podcasts. That you think your intuitive or me on instagram. i natalie miles. Thanks if you're an. 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Gabriel i'm so happy to be with you today and thank you so much to the almost thirty podcast and i'm thrilled to talk about the year. Twenty twenty one jess bring it on. Bring it on something. I always say is super important to be in the moment and i think a lot of anxiety starts in life when we start looking back or we start looking way ahead in the future it can make us feel super uncomfortable because both of those things we can't control says something. I always tell. People is stay in the moment if you're having anxiety. It's because you're projecting yourself either in the past or in the future so wonderful tool is to get grounded. Get yourself in the present moment and you can do that using your breath or any of the tools that you've built to help you get yourself grounded. So what's interesting in talking about. Twenty twenty one. Is i kinda have to do something that i don't normally do. And that is look back a little bit. Because i feel like sometimes when we're figuring out where we're going we have to look at where we've been So in order for me to tell you about twenty twenty one first of all i am a spiritual medium right so i- mediate information from the spirit world to our world. I connect in and tune in with people's incredible already existing connection to the spirit world. And i listen in. And i see pictures. Feelings visions people that have crossed over. And then with what. I'm seeing i- for messages. Around what i'm seeing and deliver it to the person that i'm reading and then i'm connecting with so today. I'm kind of connecting with an entire year. Which is a different kind of experience right so i don't do like world predictions right. I'm not predicting the weather or anything like that. But what i do do is connected and tune in with the energy and the vibration of our collective consciousness moving forward as a spiritual medium. I hope all that makes sense. And when i do that i look at twenty nineteen and twenty nineteen. When i did my yearly prediction i was tuning in and working with my spirit guides and i saw this amazing snake slither into my meditation and i asked my guides in the snake. Wyatt was there and they told me because nine teen was all about shedding the past and shedding. What no longer serves us right so beautiful snake snakes they kind of mold and then they get rid of an entire layer of skin and that was what twenty nineteen was about it was about releasing that which did not serve you anymore letting it go so you can be present in who you really are and then when i hit twenty twenty and was starting to tune into the vibration of twenty twenty it was like these very intense waves of change of two thousand. Nineteen if you think of water waves rough seas ripe. I almost saw a still lake with no waves. And i asked my guys. Why am i seeing this. And they said because twenty nineteen was a big year of releasing right so we saw a lot of people letting go of jobs letting relationships all kinds of things shedding falling away and twenty twenty four store asked to look upon stillwater and i said why still water and my guide said because you can see yourself in stillwater so my vibe prediction right before twenty twenty was all about reflecting and looking at ourselves now did i know there would be a global pandemic absolutely not but we got kind of shut down and shut in for for quarantine i went. Oh oh this is what they meant. Stillwater going within forced to look at ourselves and look what was there. And that's why there was such a call in twenty nineteen to let go of things that don't serve you rate because it was like in twenty twenty. You're going to to really look at that rate so here. We are at the end of this unbelievable year headed into a new year. And we're kind of had to look at ourselves and now what. I'm getting from my guides as i tune into this time. I've been waiting for some water predictions here right and i'm like well what's going to happen to the water next and what was amazing. Was i saw a bird. Almost like an eagle spirit. An eagle common swoop down. Take a drink of the water. And then elevate back up again. And when i look at twenty twenty one i really feel that this year will be choose your own adventure. You are going to have to decide. Are you going to dive down in the depths of despair and sadness. Guy or can you elevate and rise above that elevate your energy into the light into positive thought into forward motion and take everything you've learned about this year and the years prior but can you use all of that to believe in yourself to trust yourself to truly believe in everything that you've seen and learned and can you use this and can you use these times as a way an as something to stand on way so we see all the things that have gone on this year. Almost like we're being you know bricks thrown at us. Oh my gosh. What is all this. This is unbelievable right. But can you take hold of those bricks and build a staircase with them and walk up that staircase and use the things that have happened to elevate yourself your energy your mind and truly bank of the beautiful eagle. That came swooping into my vision as an incredible incredible kind of idea for you to move forward on. can i rise above. Can i see things for what they are. Can i take a bird's eye view on all of this. It's that of getting swallowed into darkness. I can elevate above it. I can look down and look at what everything i've learned and use it. Use it to move forward on my path to choose my own adventure. As i move forward because i do have to say in twenty twenty one the hits keep coming right. And i don't mean that in a negative way but we are going through a massive shift in our collective consciousness rate so there's change and there's turmoil and lots of things are falling away and lots of things are changing and transitioning which is all leading towards something good. But are you gonna let all those things just weigh on you and run you down or can use all that. And elevate your energy elevate your mind elevate your life elevate your vision for what you have for yourself and rise above it. Think of that eagles soaring soaring high above and the other amazing thing. The eagle can do is the teeny tiny itty bitty tiny mouse and die for it right. It's about focus. Focus on what you want to see in your life. A lot of twenty twenty one is about your own motivation. Your own inspiration your own belief in yourself and continuing as we saw in two thousand nineteen to let things that no longer serve you fall away and continuing what we saw in twenty twenty about looking within and looking at ourselves. But now it's twenty twenty one and were ready to elevate and sore and shine. This is going to be a very intense year full of change and transition. But for you my friends it can be one where you sorta great believe in yourselves. Trust in yourself all will be well and happy. Happy happy new year. I wanna say god blessed every single one of you know no matter what is going on in your life you are never alone because god is with you spirit is with you. The angels are with you. Your spirit guides are with you and your precious loved ones who have crossed over are absolutely with. You always always always. It is so my pleasure to bring forward these messages. I'm sending you all many blessings much. 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The Magic of Connection With Peter Gibb

Mindfulness Mode

47:28 min | 4 months ago

The Magic of Connection With Peter Gibb

"Mindfulness mode we all have a deep thriving to connect into expressed. And frankly it's not that hard. A mindful tribe bruce here. I making a change to my show. And i'm really excited about this starting on monday just in three days. I'm going to be doing an episode every monday. Which is just me. It's going to be my personal thoughts. My suggestions my My inside information. On mindfulness and hypnosis and i am asking you for help because i love you to reach out to me and tell me about the topics you would like me to share the topics. You would like me to talk about. Send me an email. Bruce at mindfulness mode dot com and of your topic is chosen. I'm going to send you a t shirt or Mindfulness mode mug. So keep that in mind. Be thinking about what topics. You'd like me to talk about on the monday show and i look forward to hearing from you and so on that note. Sit back relax and enjoy. Today's episode mindful tribe. Were always here to have mindful conversations. We're here to talk about all kinds of different aspects of mindfulness including habits and routines including oh all sorts of insights into what. Mindfulness really means to you. Well i have the author of the book here with me today. The author of the book called mindful conversation. And i'm very excited to have a chance. After reading his book to now talk with the author and the author is peter. Gabe peter are you in mindfulness. Today was yes or no on his truth. you know. i'm i'm a work in progress. Which and i'm always You know it's not an onnell thing for in my mind. But i'm always working on it. I'm always a it's it's essential channel my wife to be in mind his mode and i think i'm pretty aware of what i mean by that. And and what What things helped me to be at mindfulness mode You know ju- just before. Bruce you and i got got connected. I had a little I always start. I start every every day with music. That's that's one of my ways of getting into most and after my music i was. I often a routine that i have. That helps me stay in. Mindfulness node is what i think as the mindful clause just just taking a moment could be ten seconds thirty seconds. It doesn't have to be a long long period but just taking a moment to stop. Whatever it is. I'm doing and and just try to just tune in and so what happened. This morning i thought was way too Instructive in that. I stopped. I could've gone from one. You know one task to the to the next one. But i stopped for just you know just a moment and i just stood there and looked out my window while i've looked out this window for eighteen years. I've been living here. I've seen a few times before But because i just stopped and said. I'm just i'm not here to do anything but just to be in this moment and i was a happened to be looking at this shrub and on the shrub. I just sort of tuned into a leaf. Well you know ideo. It always leaves gobs of times but this lead suddenly struck me. I began looking at how it was pointed at the end. And what a lovely graceful chip this was and all of a sudden. I just felt filled with life and wonder about myself about this. Leave about this plan and so on and so it became from being a sort of a bitch a-all moment of just going from a b. It became very mindful moment and set me up. I think to be were mindful at that time and hopefully throughout this day and and so on but so so that answer your question in my mind. I hope so. I think so. Yeah i feel good. I feel at peace So in mindfulness. Bode well peter i feel good too and i'm so glad to have you on the show. I wanna share a bit more about you with mindful tribe and and here. It is peter. Gibbs grew up as an introvert who yearned to be an extrovert and then he learned over the years that good communication has little to do with introversion and extroversion. Well he's spoken and consulted unmindful conversation in eighteen countries get that eighteen different countries and three languages over a thirty year period. And he is the author. Like i mentioned of this book. Mindful conversation the magic of connection and he's also written a book called king of doubt which deals with his own struggles with self doubt and the impostor syndrome and peter. Lives in oregon. So peter it's so great to have you with us. You've already told us a little bit. About what mindfulness means to you. I just have to say. I enjoyed the book. And how approachable it is. Your book has lots of diagrams. It has smiles in it. Each chapter in fact of your book ends with a standard format notes from the journey next steps and smile. So let's talk about that. How important is humor in your life. Peter is it an an element of mindfulness to you. Or yes i love humor. Humor makes me feel. Alive and humor is a way of connecting. You know it's also humorous for personal. Some what may be humorous to may not to you vice versa. I find that. When i am most alive my sense of humor just you just you just showed up you know i. I don't one is gonna show up. I don't do anything to say. Come on now. come on. It's not a big joke teller. To tell the truth that's a whole different aspect you know. I'm not a stand up. Comedian or anything like that. But i think life is filled with absurdities. Conversation is filled with absurd. Things happen and just the joy of seeing that and not passing judgment on but just noticing it is a great i i love it and i love it. When other people's sense of humor shows up and when mine shows up and then we can play on that stage so yeah. It's a big part of mindfulness peter. You have little cartoons at the end of each chapter kind of like little images. Did you create those. Did you draw those or did someone else. I can see them. Andrew yes been conus Not a professional cartoonist. But i have drawn cartoons and loved it For for many years. And so i thought you know too. Many books are too serious. If you if you ask me you know. And i wanted this book to be fun. And i do think that the subject will be very serious is also humorous. And so might the cartoons. Try to make a little bit. I mean i write a chapter this. You know for the most part series and then i just kind of wanna make fun of it. Whatever the point was and show it from a different point of view. So i created them at a good time creating them and i hope that they bring some enjoyment to to readers. Yeah well they certainly did to me. Well you mentioned that it's good to consider conversations than iceburg. Can you explain what you mean by. That aren't sure so an iceberg typically. Well titanic is of course the big iceberg story and and what what is what is so interesting about. It is when you're looking at an iceberg. You're looking at about ten percent of what is really there. The rest of it is buried underneath and so often in conversation. That's also the truth. We're talking about whatever you know Where where where would you have for breakfast. This morning or something but underneath conversation is often a whole range of stuff some of which is spoken a lot of which perhaps is not spoken and i think of congress i think of there being levels of conversation and regrettably i think most people stay at what i think of as the surface level and that is typically the facs. What are you doing today. where were you yesterday. You know blah blah blah and. There's nothing wrong with facts. They're they're important and they helped to ground us but under that is a whole lot more that is typically not or often not explored And so i think of the top level. What you see is the facts. The second level are the feelings and the thoughts underneath. Whatever it is. We're talking about and we always have all of feelings going on some of his choose to express the more often some less but the there whether they're spoken or not there there and thoughts that caused those feelings are often also often not spoken. But they're there so the second level is fax and feelings and under that even is another level that i call personal meaning and personal meaning. Is the story that you're telling yourself about whatever you know and and yet i might be talking about My baio let's. I'm talking about myself as a father struggle. That i'm having with my child and on the deeper story may be you know i don't know if i'm equipped to be a parent or you know. Whatever the story is that. I'm telling myself rear often not told more often than way more often than not not expressed but yet to really listen need to be listening on all those levels and listening to what's not said as well as what is said and and just being there for that and speaking of listening you also talk about three levels of listening and how they can really make a difference to having an effective conversation. Can you share that with us. Yeah sure well. I think that that kind of relates to what i just said. Yeah i think so too from you know a fairly superficial listening. Hey you know what's going on kind of stuff. And that's that can be fine for a time but i think that we all baked into our. Dna is a yearning to really connect with other people and to really express our full selves. And in order to do that we have to listen at a deeper level. So i talk about going from this rather superficial listening or non listening at all. I mean they're. I've let me back up a minute. Bec- i dunno cousteau non. Listen you're listening. It's but but it. But that's what i see a lot people who simply they're just waiting to take over the conversation. You know a- niners in the leaks what you're saying. I wanna tell you my story. And i don't care what you say. I'm going to try to tell a bigger story or a better job or whatever. That's that's really non listening. You're just not you know. It's what i call a grabbing response. I just try to grab the conversation and take it over and move it to my agenda. Then the middle is is is a little better than that. I listened and made all interrupt something. But but still i am. I have some interest in in what you're saying. And and from time to time alaska question or or something and then there's a whole nother level which is what i call deep listening and that's really listening to understand. Who are you what's going on for you work Where can we connect. What's authentic about me. What's authentic about you. And how can be really share that. And that's the path to discovery to exploration to connection and to a much deeper kind of expression of who you are more satisfying and fulfilling. And that's where i'm trying to guide people if that's what you want. Some people don't want that that's fine but that is what you want. There are explicit ways of getting there and and tools at one can use and the intention that that can get you there. Well i know. I certainly want that. And i think our life becomes richer when we discover how to have more effective conversations and more meaningful conversations. I want to ask you what effect the pandemic has do you think on our conversations and our ability to converse with each other and to connect and relate to each other. Well that's that's a really interesting question. The a huge topic and it has affected are the potential or ability in in so many ways. I mean i think i mean i think what what has to start off with we. We were so rarely face to face. I mean that's that's that's the ideal way to be and yet right now no no. We just can't do that. I don't care who you are. Maybe we're living next door to each other. We just can't do that so it's taken away. A huge stage that enables this makes it possible And i think i think even before the pandemic we were suffering from a different kind of pandemic one of 'isolation polarization already and emma has just multiplied that in many ways that that said in. That's sort of the. I think the the fairly obvious answer. But i think there are interestingly enough some positive effects of it I don't they out. Weigh the negative effects by a long shot but nevertheless i think that because of the pandemic and because we can't meet the way we might like to meet First of all we're we're meeting virtually so that just puts it's a different way of talking and we have to talk in a different way to be successful. Virtually worse for face to face. There are a lot of clues that i can get like a pickup. That i don't get virtually and i think that another because it takes. We have to struggle to make that connection. Maybe we value it in some ways. We value it a little bit more. Can't just meet and chat. Let's have a cup of coffee together so we can't. We arranged all this stuff in the setup times zoom connections and our whatsapp or whatever our whatever but from you're using But we know we have a certain amount of time for this. And i think that can focus a bit more and say you know i wanna make the most of this conversation and so let's let's let's be a little more daring. Let's be allow ourselves be more vulnerable with it. And i think does how i know. It happened for me in some ways. So in i think most most defendant. I mean we'll be happy. When the pandemic krimmer tongue. We can get back to having cup of coffee together. But i do think are some positive some positive things that happen as a result of that i think i think you're right about that for sure. Well one of the things that you said you wanted to get across in the book is the courage that it requires an when you spoke of vulnerability of course courage is connected to that. Let's talk about courage because you said you hope this book will encourage an assist you to live. Listen and talk more courageously. So let's talk about that courage that we need to get together so that we can have more mindful conversations. Courage is a big one. And i think i often us miss those. Why don't we have more mindful conscious. I mean if we all we sorta wanted will will. What's stopping you. And i think what stopping to people frankly is fear. I am afraid that. If i show you who i really am. You're off get out of here. Oh I don't want that. And we all have voted but all. I don't care who you are where you sit. We're all i no. I i struggled for years and years and wrote about it in king of doubt with what called imposter syndrome right. I had a relatively successful career. But i always thought oh my god if they discover who i really am. You know. they're gonna fire me. Because i don't know what to do. It just couldn't make it up. And even though i had you know number of jobs that Bro well in. I was convinced it was just a matter of time before they whoever thought they were was going to realize that i. Whoever i to- i don't i'm just you know i'm struggling here like like all of us so it takes courage to say okay. I am a little bit nervous or fearful or blocked by something. But you know what. I'm going to go out there and i'm gonna talk and i'm gonna listen. I'm going to share who i am. I hope you like it. But if you don't i'll survive you know i'd rather share who i am and have you say well. You know what that he just not my kind of guy. That's all right. Okay that that happens. But i my my my experiences when i shared who i really am. I far more often connect and people do like me. If i'm playing some sort of the game but it takes a lot of courage sort of to believe that and to put yourself out there So i think that. That's yeah didn't work for a university. Weren't you the one of the administrators at a university. No i was never an administrator. I taught in university okay but i've never been an administrator in. What did you teach taught a number of things. I've taught history. I've taught Our appreciation. I taught languages those those three primary a toilet in both universal at university level and also in adult education and and that kind of thing and taught right. I'm so happy to be already working with a number of listeners. As a mindfulness life coach in hypnotist you might have heard of someone who's lost weight or quit smoking with the help of hypnosis as a licensed hypnotist i work with anyone struggling with an issue maybe it sleep. Maybe it's smoking or weight loss while i've lost thirty five pounds myself and capped it off using hypnosis and now i'm offering a beta package and i'm really excited about this beta launch. Because it means big savings for you and it means. I get the opportunity to work with people like you and i have openings for only three people so you need to act now if you want to lose weight. I've created a video to help you called how to lose weight for good watch the short video and then book a quick call with me when you can jump right in now and you'll get fifty percent off the price of the package so go to mindfulness mode dot com slash weight loss. And if you just want a book a time and talk directly to me go to mindfulness mode. Dot com slash. Let's talk so. I look forward to connecting with you now back to the show and so. How did the impostor syndrome play a role then when you were teaching. Did you constantly think to yourself. Oh i don't deserve to be doing this. I'm not knowledgeable enough. I'm not qualified did you. Did you have a lot of those thoughts as a as a university profit. A lot of the time i did. Yes i thinking about it right now. I think it in in some ways. It works in my favor. Because i did a lot of preparation because i was. I wanted to be ready for whatever they might ask But it held me back. How it held me back was being. I think less pick. Because if if if i'm always worried about how i'm gonna come across then i have to be very guarded about you. Know how what i express and as i worked through that and got over a hundred percent over. But but still majorly over that That imposter syndrome. I was able to be much more authentic and not just to talk about the subject matter. You know whatever here my five main points but to be real in the conversation and that that really helped me enormously as a teacher. Because i think the first as a teacher regardless of what. You're teaching the first thing we need to do is to connect with our students or whoever's in the audience or whatever it is it's going on and i think as long as i was so concerned about who i was and so concerned about being discovered. Oh my god if you realize who you got here. This is all over ditto. So yeah that's that's i think the essence how it helped me back. What are the other two languages that you speak in that you taught in spanish and german. I see did you. Did you speak those languages as a child or did you learn them as an adult. Learn them both as an adult I didn't speak any foreign languages. A child i was in the foreign service for awhile in peru and that's where i learned my spanish and i studied french actually in school which i can. I can muddle along. But french is by far my weakest language so i learned spanish and i. I learned it in peru. And that's the way to learn auburn. Learn a language. If you possibly can i just you know i just said i'm. That's that's what i'm gonna speak period. And then i was also in the air force in the us. Air force in germany. And i was bound and determined to learn german and so as soon as i got there i started learned german and speaking of imposter syndrome. It really played into Into that because i was the communications officer on on the base where i was and a lot of that was technical communications which is not my strong suit by a long shot and i was very worried realized that i don't know a lot about how the equipment works. You know. my job was to manage it and then it's the people but fortunately because if i had to be repairing stuff it would have been a disaster but because i learned german i was one of the very very few. Gi's german people sort of held me kind of in all the tell you the truth and so they would just they sort of said. My god listened to him speak. You must be fine. I guess he knows what he's doing and then they let alone out really really well for me i did. That's not why. Did i just wanted to learn the language But it really had. It played that role for me and sort of gave me a a permission to be more myself in a way. Not not and not worry so much about you. Know you're going to like me or you think i know well. I really think it's fun to talk to you and fun to hear your stories. One of the things you talk about in your book is the journey of discovery and how three aspects of life converge to create the magic. You have been diagram in there. Tell us about that about those three aspects and how they converge to create magic. Okay well thank you. I i love the magic stuff. Um yeah the three aspects are michael conversation really is art. It's a science and it's also a way of being So it's the fines is the easiest to talk about actually the science because it's pretty cut and dry there are certain number of tools and techniques. And you can learn them and you can observe them and you can say well you're using them or you're not using them you know. It's it's if that and they're very very important. I don't mean to diminish them in any way but that is pretty clear and you can. You can say i'll give you an a or c or or whatever on that the art of course is more What's is more specific. The art is is having a feel for win to use a particular tool. Maybe i know how to use it. But it's not the right tool for right now given what's going on so it it has a lot to do with With timing it has a lot to do with tuning into somebody else and using that to inform how we're going to connect so it's not i can't say here are the fifteen different things you do because that's just not the nature of the beast. So that's that's kind of about the art The way of being gets really to the mindfulness because Mindfulness in conversation. It's not just a way of speaking. it's a way of being. It's who you are. It's what you believe in. It's what you're what you're looking for. And i talk about there being four. Primary sort of model that informs The mindfulness part of this is for very specific values. If you will. And that's what. I call the care model Man that was gonna be my next question care model care. An acronym is very clever. So tell us about the care model. Yes absolutely and this. This is how this is what separates mindful conversation from so many other ways of speaking. That really are just tools and techniques and this is a lot about a lot more than there are tools and techniques. But it's about a lot more than that and the cure model is is the essence of that. So the c. a. r. e. the word care the acronym so the see actually stands for curiosity and it's coming from a place of wanting to explore wanting to know asking questions they'll in trying to really understand and some people do that people don't unfortunately The a is for authenticity again. I can. I can try to project a certain image or i can just this who i am. And there's a lot to that but but a large part of this kind of conversations about showing up as authentically whoever you are And they're gonna ways you can hide that or we all know tell white lies and try to mask over a certain thing. I don't want you to know about that. So i'm going to cover that up. So the of sees curiosity for authenticity. The is for respect and by this. I mean that whether i like your like you agree with you or don't agree with you. I can talk in a way that respects who you are and a lot of the trouble that we get in to convert in conversations. Because i don't speak with respect know And we're all you know we're all a little bit worried about how we're gonna come across. And if retreated with respect and there are a number of ways of doing that then that just leads even if we may be totally different or have nothing in common just that really helps in that leads right into empathy. Which is i think the heart of the whole thing. Actually being empathic really picking up on where somebody else's coming from trying to listen to them deeply understand what spoken and also was not spoken and really really listening deep listening basically is the essence of empathy. So and those those inform all of mine conversation. Mind no matter what we're doing whether you're listening or speaking or what's going on always. That's that's the intent behind it. I liked that. I really liked that. Care acronym. I want to ask you about the topic of bullying because i've worked in that field for a long time and I just wanna know if you have a story you can share with us where mindfulness maybe would have made a difference. Maybe were bullied. Maybe it's a bullying situation from your childhood or your professional life. Do you have something you can share with us on that topic. Peter yeah i do It's actually it's a. It's a little store. I'll tell you a story and i was not the subject of the bullying but it's one that i got very close to so in my coaching and consulting around mindful conversation. I worked in a lot of a lot of different companies and government agencies and so forth. And i worked in hospital. I worked there for about a year. Actually and i remember one day in particular. The medical chief of staff came to me and he said. I want you to work with this particular. Doctor p is our best orthopedic surgeon and we're having a terrible time with him Patients even patients don't want to see him and nurses are refusing to work with him. I want you to help him. I said i don't know if i can help him or not. Happy to talk to him. So i met with him and we talked and you know i tried to get my spiel about what this was important at. I could tell he was just shining me on. You know i was here before you came here. Accu leave out all sit here tolerate you but you know And so all the kind of coaching idea it. Just it just didn't have any impact at all. This guy was a horror in the operating room in the. Or where you need to work really closely together. You need to trust one another. You know there in time for that kind of stuff. And he saw he was the king the operating room and he wants. He wasn't horrible. Bully and so. I was about to give up. I thought you know. I'm really and he was an excellent surgeon. That's the other part of this. That he really was good. Surgeon a good physical surgeon the emotional aspects of it. Not so much but i finally decided. Okay there's i really can't i can't change this guy and i can't change somebody else but what i would like to do is to try to set up a time where i bring in some of the nurses and ask them to just tell what it's like Took to work with him and share their stories. So i asked around and a lot of the nurses said. Oh my god. I wouldn't do that. You know with with ten foot pole. It's a career limiting move it. Oh he's the doctor. And i'm the nurse and you know but i finally found four nurses who Agreed to come and talk with him. And so i set up some ground rules that this was not about agreement. You know he could say you don't know what you're talking about. They could say or thanks to him. You don't know what you're talking about so we set up some ground. Rules should to make it as safe as possible and we had a. I will never forget. Just a really profound understanding. Because i got i really encourage everybody. Don't respond. just. I just want you to listen and then i want you to repeat back what you heard. You can totally disagree with it. That's fine. it's not about agreement with just about understanding and so the meeting lasted about an hour and a half and at the end of the meeting. I dismissed the nurses am turned to him. And you know said so. What do you think. And he just broke down in tears while he said to me. I don't wanna be a kind man. I don't want to be that kind. Doctor help. And i just i was so so moved by that i mean this was a bully in to the nth degree. That's the hit. That was his persona. That's who he was. And because these four nurses had the courage to be vulnerable and to say this is my experience. When i'm around you. It changed at that doctors life. It changed his career and So i i just felt so profoundly grateful for what they had done Yeah bullying and it's a course that's an adult story child story but It's a tough one. What a powerful story. That is my gosh. That is incredible. So what was he like after that. Did you kind of follow what he was like in his relationships with the nurses and so on how did it change. It changed enormously not not one hundred percent perfect overnight. That's that's a fantasy but he really began working. We continue to work together. And i tried to help him out. Now that you're motivated now that you you know you agree. There's this problem. And i do wanna change. Okay now. we have a fertile field we can we can plant some seeds and he started practicing them and we would rehearse them and he would you know build up his mindful conversation skills Which he did and he became I remember i've i worked at the hospital about another six months or so and the chief of staff saying you know this guy has had a transformation verses are now saying i want to work with it because he he knows what he's doing. He's a good doctor. I wanna learn. I want to be there as opposed to. I've just one set foot in that room with him. It's just not not in my interest to do that. I i can't be there so there was a huge huge ship again. Not you know wasn't perfect from from the get go but we clearly made very very significant progress and i think it i is my interpretation but i think it saved career because even though he was very good technical physician surgeon he was about to be fired because if no nurses will work with him you can't work in the in the. Or i mean it's over. There's just no hope so it. It really shifted. Yeah yeah what a powerful story. I wanna ask you about some of the misconceptions about listening being a good listener. We know that's of communication. A huge part of it. What are some of the misconceptions. Some of the ideas at some of us have about being a good listener. That just simply are not true. All right well. Here's the first one. That comes to mind so i teach class on on my teach in the process right now of teaching all online and the very first class i was talking about michael conversation and A man in the class it will. This is all well and good for women but guys talk differently. Well this to me is a huge red flag and he said you know how would you. How would you adapt this two men. I wouldn't be adapted really. There's no difference there. This is about person to person. I don't care you know your gender slightest And so one nine for a misconception. Is that somehow. We can't be vulnerable with another man man to man on stuff we don't we don't do that. You know i gotta be tough. You know i. I'm not gonna let you into see what's really going no way. No i don't do that So there there's one huge misconception. I don't know whether you believe me or not. I'm hoping so we'll see But i think i mean that's a sad You know. I think a lot of boys you know we. We were raised kind of that way wheaton. That's where we learn talk. Copy our parents you know. Boys don't cry and the boys can't be sensitive that's not true. That's totally not true. And i think that that's that's one of the things that's gotten us into. A lot of trouble is closing off that side of of men. So that's that's a big one other misconceptions about listening Another one this is exactly a misconception. But i think it is Some people think that good listening is about being a counselor or a therapist not being framed. I think that's a really unfortunate misconception that you know the way to connect friend to friend is often through good listening. It's not exclusively about listening. The other half of the pie is speaking. And you get a chance. you know. it's it's you get a chance to speak as well. i'm not saying. Hey all you ought to do is listen that that would be a a bad message to give really unfortunate one. And that's part of the art is knowing wind. Listen to speak out to go back and forth how to do it. In a way that that helps you connect So on finding parody between speaking and listening. But i think The essence of listening is that is it is good speaking actually rests on the shoulders of good listening. Earns you the right then to be the speaker to tell your story what whatever it is But if you if that's all you can do and you never listen then. Nobody wants to talk to nobody. You know it's it's no fun. There's so much of that So those are a couple of misconceptions. I'd say about the list yet. Thank you for that. As i mentioned. I really enjoyed your book. I enjoyed how approachable. It was filled with diagrams. It's filled with humor. It's filled with go to what you need to do in order to make this happen. It's just really a great A great presentation and i read the draft version. That you had sent me win. does this come out. When do you expect this book will be published and available. Well i'm hoping by the end of two thousand and twenty one. i'm just now submitting it to publishers. So you know who knows how quickly that process goes. And then there's many steps get out once once you reach agreement with publisher so i would say on four. I wish i could say a month or a week but the up case so i'm hoping by the end of this year not the end of this year very early next year. And so in the meantime we could read king of doubt Who is the publisher of that book that that is out that's published by week mark And it's It's out it's available on amazon and other places in paperback or kindle or whatever are you like to read and some people told me change their lives And it's it's It's it's a serious book but it's also has a lot of humor in it and people tell me it's quite a page turner so if you're interested in if you suffered at all from imposter syndrome or self-doubt who hasn't been suddenly think most of us have it. I think the thing is sometimes we suffer from it but we don't identify that that's what's happening. We don't realize. Hey that's imposter syndrome. That's what's going on here because we honestly believe it. We honestly think wow. I'm not qualified to do this thing. I gotta get the hell outta here. Isn't that true that we honestly believe. Sometimes i think if if you didn't believe it and it wouldn't be a pro. No of course not so convinced that you can barely even see it. I mean that's i you know what it yet. It it it. It undermines you. You know no matter. What is your do it if you really are struggling with that and what. Your website is peter. Gib- dot oregon nets g. I. b. two bs on the end of gabe. Peter gabe dot. Org what would we do if we wanted to get. In one of these courses that you teach. Is that possible. It is possible i'm teaching. I'm not teaching. Because i'm so finishing books. It's finished now but Still working on the publishing parts of things like that. So the only i'm teaching Right now only one class. But that occurs you know various times and it's actually through an adult education program at southern oregon university and if you go to o. L. l. i. dot s. o. Dot edu the class. That i'm in right now is full but they will be another one starting in the spring and it'd be welcome to that and i also do ching on the side on on this topic consumption and these checkout king doubt or whatever but that the next class will be starting in the spring and if you go to ali dot esa dot. Edu and say you're interested in this class or you will be informed when when when when registration opens. And i'll put that lincoln our show notes as well at mindfulness mode. Dot com mindful tribes. So that you can get into a class of peter's because that would be fantastic. But yeah in the meantime pickup king of doubt and i look forward to reading that book myself. I have not read that one. I was reading the other one. Of course so it's been really great having you here. I really appreciate this this conversation because as you say. I think that we really need to learn how to become more connected. I think we hunger for that. We really do and especially during this pandemic but at any time. What are your final words of wisdom for us. Peter to kinda help us to learn how to be connected and move forward and have better relationships with each other my final words of wisdom. It's possible you can do it. You know we have. We all have a deep thriving to connect to express and frankly it's not that hard. It's not that easy. It takes courage. Does it takes a willingness to put yourself out there. But i just guarantee if you try it and you know and be compassionate with yourself if it doesn't work the first time that's okay But but give yourself a break of but keep trying because it it will open up. It will put you on a stage in life. Maybe you've never been on four. It will help your social relationships. That'll help your professional relationships. You'll feel more alive. Feel more yourself yours for the taking rabbit. Thank you very much peter. You have a great rest of your day. Thanks for being on the show. Thank you thank you so much. I totally enjoyed it. Realplayer eight great by now or by a mindful tried thanks for listening for subscribing for reviewing the show at apple podcasts and thanks to erica. Flint's cascade hypnosis center for being are valued sponsor erica. We really appreciate you. And erica is terrific teacher of hypnosis and i know that because i am a graduate of her program now if you're a healer or a coach or lower or someone who just loves helping people consider the powerful results that can be achieved with hypnosis can become a hypnotist just like i did contact the team over at cascade hypnosis center dot com and if you'd like to work with me and break through some of those mind blocks maybe lose weight. Maybe quit smoking. Maybe it's something else. I would be so thrilled to work with you. And as you've already heard on the show. I'm doing exciting new beta launch. I've got room for three people so reach out to me. Just go to mindfulness mode. Dot com slash. 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Ep. 662

The Fighter And The Kid

1:26:18 hr | 3 months ago

Ep. 662

"What's up kids few little housekeeping notes. Free jumping this juicy s episode cleveland ohio. This crew was up chapelle. Lacy malik be justin. Stevie thick asks jay shop and myself will all be in cleveland. This week starting thursday friday. Saturday cleveland ohio Hilarity gonna see my boy scout there. Saturday sold out so we added shows to friday and thursday. If you missed out on tickets. They're available now at f. K z dot. Com cleveland ohio. This week the next week beat a week. March eighteenth through twentieth out in spokane washington but we added shows too late thursday and early saturday. So if you missed out now's the time jump on it. They're gonna go fast. Spokane washington limited seating spokane comic club march eighteenth through twentieth and then in two weeks in miami florida florida. Yes such close flight Miami florida miami improv march twenty fifth through march twenty seven th tickets a. f. a. t. z dot com. Go get him now. There's absolute finally kid. 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What are your shows called. Fog was he called. I mean it was cold not not during not during the day and night. It was pretty cool. It was just like here. It was just ahead snow. It's i mean it was windy. A little wendy. Another fuckin- jones were fun. Though shows great man shows a great sold out who two weekends in a row because in a row man rhonda something. We're on some people do it. Yeah it was. It was fun man like obviously were fucking great. Who'd you bring with you Boy is shoka. Thomas feature justin justin husky just so fucking way cutting himself. He has a new outfit for just for the new al shows. Yes a whole new alvin from top. To bottom from hat is not where i never seen him in the same thing. Never we really think about it. And i've never seen just in the same book and now and then he brings to shows dogs over a whole backpack separate shoes saying. Hey you want one of these like that's not small votary like from the table. The lamp orange background. Yeah yeah because. I guess for shoes shoes just i do is a shoe cloud. I bet i bet changes every fucking outfit like like throughout the day. I like morning noon and night. How were you on your diet. Great man not yet it also has like like they got a little hipster area. We can find those like they have grandparents. Yeah it wasn't. It wasn't bad tempted to cheat was attempted. Yeah come on now. I love food and it's fucking tough. It really is. Yeah we are good Austin was great man shows were fire. That was really does of any cool. I might be there in april. Yeah the video was really cool. Great lung gas. In vulcan vulcan gas company. So i guess it's all six that's all right on street and i guess comedy there. They just started music venue. Yes a music venue. I think yeah like i could bring little browse if we do like Okay okay like san marcos like literally. I get my shows everybody clears out boom artie time. Yeah no sixty was like six streets lie. Yeah they're sunset. Yeah and it's like it was like it was kind of like a moon in nashville and broad with his pop it it was popping like that was like that who that stressed me out o j and then did you end to walk down with jay down for the fuck. And what's the main broadway in nashville. I went down it. Yeah she's been there seventeen. Let me show you guys for me. I don't like a lot of people like that. Big crowds even even like pre pandemic and pandemic. I don't like crowds. Like even if i go to big concerts i'd like to get a seat. I'll stresses me out. Yeah it's just it's just too many fucking people like they had the bars. Were like est stuff. The bar scene in our boys rogan. Hinchcliffe tim no neither do my thing. You know they do they thing i do my thing. I like like yeah. Yeah it was just like. I don't know because you know yeah. I mean. they were sold out shows in kansas. I didn't know until i got there or to like the the first night But i austin like a new beforehand so it was just like it's overwhelming and and i don't want myself to like you know freak myself out so i like to have this like calm before the storm. So i just chill cass. Yeah don't want chaos. I kept everything very very well. He miss working out on friday and saturday at the team pounds. I don't even a licensed to jimmy. My hotel yeah others gay we really not the same. No no you gotta get so creative. Those mother fuckers take tau couldn't bear the dumbbells. Don't even go that high. Now you gotta look. Yeah like sense of sixty kit that rove machine that's using cardio machine. I got down that role. She machine is an okay. What would you do this weekend. Malik quo you went on the road or you here on the road lancaster at raise that three hours up from northern yep north rave underground underground rave show. Hold on to it so much so many questions so your manager. Whoever book this shit show was. I came in new orleans. Cast like no less. So it's a rave and we'd love for you to do some standup a range of i was like yeah this out. They needed comic only no they had. They had three at three three. Yeah three comics one came. Do you know rave is though. Yeah well ain't nobody there comedy. Now brawl drugged up. They're looking faces. Promised me hand jobs. it's nuts. He didn't promise me zag what he said he said. Man he saw performed at the hollywood improv. They're open again. So i did the show. He's a april. You know i love you. I love the energy. Do you want to Do comedy at a ratio. I was like what is that like. The edm festivals also hill. Yeah those came in. He won't even stand up at this funeral tomorrow. The cemetery outside. I do that shit much. Be killing them. Yeah oh so. So so he hit me. I was like well. What's the crowd like. He was like bro. Is going to be three hundred plus people during kobe. Yeah they're all a tentative. Trust me you do. Great now is a lot of He kept saying ketamine ketamine. Yeah he's gonna be allowed academy make jokes about that. I said i don't even know what that is. Don't worry it they'll go crazy okay. Cool so i get there. I'll say i'm not driving because you not got the central on the. Yeah yeah i bring someone bring my homie. Give them stays time. Is this a paid of gig. Yesh cash these pain how. It was only two hundred dollars. I know i know. But i wanna stay style. And that's starting. We go all the time around here again. But i want more. Okay so look listen man of the art get their listen we get there four o'clock he said he promised me to promoter. Said the shogun start at six. You go in right before they start getting crazy what they've starts at six x not comedy show star. Oh the comedy show rate exactly. Okay okay. okay promoters already on molly every shit show brom. Sorry we're not set up. We'll have the speakers set up. No they were still so i get there is so many tints so many tests i'm thinking is more than the homeless people like so many tents and then there's a hey bro wristband two cars right there you can drive through. They will stop you. They run down. Stop gyula april. You didn't check in the shit. So he gave me a all all pass like risky. Get their g nothing. Everybody's high already. This is it's only four pm. They missed this thursday military. I i didn't know so again. i'm okay so i'm the video of it. Yeah here we go right here. This is somewhere will as right. No no no this. Is this like the worst gig in new jokes. What does so many against what you gotta do a search. Yeah hey you have no choice but to do crowd work. I didn't tell jokes. Is that your man exactly. That's what a guy was like. Oh you kill it. He teach you that they didn't teach you. Yes oh this girl who's hula-hoop in and she laser she taught me how to hula-hoop yeah was everybody white or black and they were dorky to participate was april is good to see like one of us. I was like who kidnapped you shitty. Get out to move chant charles and so the stages outside like so what they do what you know. This is wells performing. I'm in his. Who did it. first of all people are turned around. People got their backs zooming. I'm so is this the set from batman forever. I sat down forever. Google batman blends in her lair. Talk show that we're to do just in gas. You evolving gas. Gosh yet that's a batman robin With george clooney yeah. You're right when they went to seattle. Val kilmer was bad man. That was great. Oh no that was talk though girl. That's a great reference How many people are in their. Bro is so many so many people in the back so is like sport tints combined fucking shit show. So you may bunch acce-. I was just had a bunch of say. Well so after clegg my two hundred dollars the you for two hundred didn't promoted six soap like a long time to pay you because you wanted to leave after us. Those just got off the stage. They orgy in that room right. Hell you're gonna call it to cuddle puddle who like people are sitting on pillows there waiting to fuck your thank you. Don't you might think. Is you know here man. I wonder what they were thinking bringing a comic to rate and this girl right here. She was pissing me off because she was on molly the whole time she kept doing. This was like stop casting spells and she your house right. She she pulled this out. Fuck yeah man. They were like bro. I listen long. Did you have to grow up to so. They went up for formula. So how much shit. What's on me. Fifty minutes say headline at the rave. Don't say don't say that. Because there's no i like to think that like my set brought everyone together. Because it was a she usually was so jessica amount of to shut you up this way. You're fucking they. Were getting desperate. Have you ever been to rave bucknell. I used to work security for raise. And it's a fucking they yeah. They go from six. Pm to eight am all says. It's a nightmare where they go through to the morning. Yeah everyone's malnourished drugged up dehydrated dude who sleep him and his dog with sleep the whole time and he's like music blasting and people walking listen and then the dog had to get him up. He licked them. He was like get off soon as he got up he drunk water and he hit the. This is crazy vague. Hit the vape. Balloons i go into. Oh yeah it was a balloon. I'm like oh cool cool. No you want to smoke it. So yeah yeah. He only drink the nitrogen. These big as balloons hide bro. I do not know. I was in and they were. I've never heard of the little nitrogen balloon addict suck man. Why massaging girls. With i bro. Toss way bigger nettie. I'm talking about way. Oh your idea was sitting like they had a balloon and everyone is sitting like that. Basically just gives ya gear. Yeah and they had like this big ass nitrogen pumping the do was like a whippet. It's a bad idea. And i'm talking about bro in a tent high. Although you want to just play with your voice your avoid doing. Wow okay man. Have y'all been to yeah. Of course yuban arrived. Haven't been like a variation thing. Now i think eight or nine that there was a huge movement with asians going to raves. I don't know what it is but like asians law department is strictly. Adm music for these edm. or house. Music house music trance remix a remix. Yeah they're not. Just gonna play that regular to a. They played this song. I remember guy was on lsd. Every body united endorsing. Let me just start. I'm like god and they're living. I need to learn but that is so that music is going on that whole time because you said they go from like the whole nonstop but how do they didn't turn the music off a big fan of music. But i don't know if i get as go with drugs i yeah i think like you hear something slightly different when you're on ecstasy and then you hear that type of music like does something to you like your brain brainer. You're willing just you feel more ecstasy. I have not. Yeah yeah fish. Line i mean. I'm sure everyone's trying to know. Try to my. We are soon. I bad i beg your recovering. We assume you dabble the next. How dare you know you're in the twelfth stem romantic. Excellent told my girl. I'll be home around nine. No excuse started sobbing. Homerun like not. I didn't get home till like three. Am addressed shit bro. Everything that's pretty standard thirty on his learning and it was like. I can't believe you agree to that for two hundred dollars. I know you close. okay. I'm sorry dollars and you drive three hours. Well i had two guys. He's had a lotta whites and asians as amy and dressed weight more provocative. It's a real fuck fest. Rayvey has really popular over in europe to. That's where like the really big eighty. We've burning men here a little similar. What girls at burnham on our losing. She's irish i'd she's uncomfortable too much to cover up. He didn't really wanna do y'all so so the drugs make people wanna fuck. Everyone's molly started. If you wanna touch them. Yes so. When i did off stage this how you decided greeted me when i got. I'll stay so i was killing. It was like oh my god. They did the jamie foxx. Oh yeah you killed. It sounds like this is cova tint. You overhear touching my chest about kobe. Bro cuddle puddles and they started puddle. Orgy story so watch the georgia. Yeah i would i look. I ain't gonna lie to you. So by the way so they started kissing and then he like the leader of the tit started kissing and next you know the girls like he was a magician and girl slowly just started like he was making every of them. There are other guys k. Who guy hey to rave no russia. It was some guy by bro hours. I hold on. I'm right now. It's the mouth when next we come back to open it is for big tastes combined to open. I'm watching this go down. And he was like he had these hat on. This charles manson shed. It was like it was a crazy. Say start them off. And then i got. I got grabbed but you got into a pool back. I got sober. Yeah so if you're so that's got gotta be weird it's weird. It's like they had like lights in the trees plant. Yeah he was just like a guy. That's all i mean. I went to a stand out there to the dodgers have. Yeah he looked other dogs and brazil cut a puddle. Israel talk the dog was on molly. I'd be on his head. He's licking everything all that for two hundred dollars o- cream when it all got a seventy dollars. Snacks acid roast. I'm not i'm not. I can't stay up that late. No let's jack can't there's no. There's no gigging alley. No she's not. The guy i live in louisville like the bars closed at four. And i thought i thought i couldn't handle it but then i was like. Oh i like alcohol i handle you. Get you vegas when you go into that after after. Pardon me no. Five house not exhausted. We do so. Everyone's on cocaine never about that party now. We have fun. But you're not like never staying out late man. Never have just nick cocaine they put molly and cocaine really. Yeah girl till she was like fantastic really the so they swear to. God is warrior at comes up. That sounds dangerous she shells. You bought the gin twist dangerously. Awesome so cocaine downer right knows. Molly is operatives in okay. Here's a here's the problem when you come down from it though it must be a bitch depressed because it releases so much dopamine that you bite on have any so then when you're coming down from the sad panda but bro might be worth six. She was part of that order. She was the orgy. You'd have too much to take up the you know. The girls are basically naked number of that attractive not to i was like ooh. Yeah the to no no. They were winning. They were really hot. Girls go to rave you know asian. It was as bad as one. She was working behind like they sell. Water beer no food. Then they know they still knowing hungry knows they sold noodles. Why yeah noodles. Such a weird ray. They had the asian growth selling noodles. She was saying he was bad to browse. I what are you doing here a lot of orange juice. Oh molly or something like that need fluids. There's a lot of water that electrolyte liquid romo coach. Raise man. you know it's funny. They had a fake. As dr there the scope as that stuff way there go. You said that the party you got that test scope what the why do try that war. Why do you guys point. They were one of us. Want to help you out to raise this something komo steps. What is funny. It is way this money is way. Did he have just that and his out. Not that would be fun. So he was he was a tint doctor. And you know the guy who didn't wake up since thursday. He was like he was like he went up to happen. Hard pressed this on like just put a blanket over and that was it. That was the only during the show must wake up. He did not wake up and the guy i saw. The doctors are cool. He didn't participate in order. But i saw like some deduct. You saw him in the guy that other doctor yeah. He's he's at work. You look tired exhausted saturday. Seventy five dollars to do that. Yes out the homeys. You said one dude wasn't a comic now so so it gets there. Decided we started the show so again. Everyone's jogging drumming and the mainstay. So the ten is right there by the main stage outside. It's cold as hell in the desert. By the way. I wore jordan's. Oh and we in the santer jerry. I was like you had to give me some new shoes. A warm homey shoes bro. He wars hiking boots. So we were. The ten is next to the stage. He goes the dj goes. Everyone's turning up going to see the best comic in the world. He's in a tent right now. The show starts at five habits. Gold is right next. They didn't stop playing music. So i had to do comedy next to someone who just party so you hear like abm. Music is john. Just not for the space for comment for seventy five dollars trying you. The dick's argue. Either slain jokes. I turned on my girl. Can you pay attention. She pulls out although not bad titties. Would you do this week at well. Well stephen i went over to your house to watch the fight wine. You did bring cheese and wine but tried is amazing. I was great. It was great. Yeah you barely any cheese It was stevie joe and is actually doing all the ts. You guys eat the entire thing. We ate the entire thing. I still. Where'd you get it Nick's girlfriend jules. Angry a friend who makes shot choudhury boards. It would instagram. It's really short. Khuda really got it raffle and for charcoal iraq. It was fucking nice though. It was so good it look good. You actually stayed really strict you had had. I had a talk odor down. Two thousand and i was like goddamn brennan. Really doesn't wanna touch down fourteen row. You feel better. I feel so much better. I'd have. I have no desire to cheat now either. Yeah because you seen in a results though. May i guess. But also i think like you. I see my energy's better. Yeah your body gets used to healthy foods. You just feel bad here. And he's one crappy thing you feel like shit they're all night that taco so mad at myself called mike. He's like dude chill. It's all came man. This food stress. I stress him housing auto. He's like don't he says you think you're working tomorrow as a key your fun but also like you. You're not gonna spend the rest of your day eating like that. No you know what i mean but yeah i was thinking about it ever since we had that fucking barbecue before the show never again house i. This is the worst feeling. I've never felt before sleep in the back. You just always the bad idea. Just change shoes. Fans my energies. Great like this. I did two hours because the big fight week. So yeah two hours this. I do here tomorrow yet. Kings thing food truck practice kookiness things food truck food truck power to it my energy energy. Yeah yeah. I mean well food. Isn't it yeah you. I mean you only do food truck. How many times Once i mean twice a month but sometimes i like ben aspirins out here. Trained freddie roach. So he's a gay. Let food trucks on the guy right so we did one on friday then ben aspirins on tuesday. That's two yes okay. Yeah so sometimes. It might be like three weeks in a row or some we'll bank. I'm fine because like with I might have to have like half a talk with ben. But i figured out. We won't cheating cleveland. Although there's slimane's out there. Who was that dude slimy to bring up. Signs slimy lime in slamming. I'm slimy slide linemates dude and they in that building right there. They're known for that but they have this breakfast sandwich. Dude that is best thing that's ever touch these lips. Okay really good breakfast sandwich. 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They're going to have to lift them up in a chair and he told his Soon to be son in law. I need everyone on deck to help carry me. I'm gonna lose as much weight as possible. But i'm just going to. I hope you guys can let me if you can't that's fine and now he's trying to lose a bunch weight 'cause he doesn't think bunch of jewish people are going to be a nice fifty. He's definitely more year. He six every morning six. He's always listen. There's always something that a hit you make. You realize damn. I got tracked. You know what saying yeah and this finally hit hit. What al charles barkley. It'd be near fifty two to his better late than never but fifty eight fifty as shit while he's old. Yes they michael. Jordan is with the doors. No way he's to fifty. Who so this is. This is right there on his wikipedia to fifty. He said he didn't know about that. Part of the ceremony for a while so he didn't diet or anything and then he found out like a little over a week before the actual ceremony was going to happen. That they're going to have to lift him up on chair and he got super self conscious so he's lose weight and a week. Yeah so he's a bunch of way. In a week. Google takes forever losing weight like shapes a slow boil. Slow boys still slow. You don't see results within a week right now. Nah okay so Chris cuomo is getting a lot of backlash because he was on. Tv with What's that guy's name lenin. Don lemon don lemon He was basically singing the good times Anthem and the other man lemon said oh. How do you know what this is like. It's a black show and he's like oh you know i'm block on the just making a harmless joke on He was just laughing like they were just like friends joking about it and then when it hit social media started going after cuomo like crazy thing that he's racist appropriation pressure. Yeah the cuomo. Allegations are weird. That one lady was like yes. She's like oh he help. He hugged me too long so he should lose his job. He's he basically said. I said i'm not stepping down. Everytime like you re reiterate a girl really came. 'cause yeah he was like we're at a hotel and he he held. He held the hug way too long. And now was like a report on cnn. I was watching a broncos. A headline does a hairline. Yeah the latest one yell and warning another such allegation we go. He's fucked and you're looking at like held a hug law also sixty some odd. I was trying to read that tweet. You're gone which one just stupid chin the offensive one. Yeah it's fucking offensive. Black isn't something you just can say what you feel are inside without having to deal with racism that comes being placed talking. But he was saying joke. Yeah it was a joke. It was very very much all locked down right now. Everybody's yeah i mean listen. This is cultural appropriation. Come on to get that serious stuff. 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The girl in the black to timely was the other customer the worker shortage inbetween fighting because because they tried to separate them and then employees got so frustrated with what was happening that they started to fight the customers shake bras. Where video conference where to top do. These are like ladies fighting shade. Grown women like yes. It looks like so there's arizona who look at person. Jesus christ hale. Who's on this show. And he started arguing w. employees but the white lady white lady pushed many people for cloud on cooperative whole time point. Because you series better doing be sues. Oh this is a better angle. Bb w bath body words. I was thinking. I i don. I thought it was okay. I just got my man. That kinda sucks. W that's what i was. Leonard's been either way all right well so what happens nothing nothing. They just got tally. The bath mario works. Bb w that was scottsdale. Yes scottsdale arizona cockatoo. Oh you can tell book you lie will give it away just a whole different vibe from scottsdale to pretty mesa. There's a big difference. Okay if it was mesa what would they look like They've looked like who thinking about They look like they do from What's the breaking bad. What's that guy's name. Oh i bryan cranston. No the other guy. The young look like that like just kind of like him. You know kinda the women basically a little trashy. Yeah of lot of methods mesa. Beth makes they look a little skinnier scarier. You know the hands would be all dirty. You know blog like they'd be like their mechanic with the being bath and body works would be wadsworth scratching. Yeah they'd be at the circle k Some outdoor parks. Steve will be eligible to open at limited capacity doing the red zone by april. First we should be open where i think dodgers have around eleven thousand people. Okay all right. I'm cool with that. And the restaurants they say indoor shooting next week really do indoor. 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I think after your second vaccination. I know so many people to get it. No so many people who yeah. Are you going to get both shots am i. I mean if it's here then. I'll do it but you're not gonna watch weight is basically you're saying not if they go. Hey to travel you have to have not. I'm not going to get it. i'm good. I've had kobe chapelle. Check this. We'll have it washington. Football team is replacing cheerleaders with co ed dance teams so no more women. It's going to be co ed and focused on dance labels. Well focuses cheerleaders one more time on. God i'm gonna come down there the dancers but that the ellie ranson for say daily me doing this. Yeah i mean most team. There's some schools that already have like cohen like dance teams like there's dudes out there and they're not looking at louisville We had a couple of on our on the dance team Do you like that better. It's just a ed dance team. I like it better than the fucking go team lane. 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PILDA - Ahad, 14 Februari 2021 M (Haris)

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Open source goes to Mars

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Open source goes to Mars

"This week on the talking about open source on mars. Martin woodward senior director of developer relations. Get hub joins us about the new morris badge. Get up introduced. This collaboration between hub and nasa confirmed nearly twelve thousand people contributed code documentation graphic design and more to the open source software that made into launch. Today's show is a celebration of this human achievement. And the impact of open source on space exploration as we know it of course. Big thanks to our partners fastly. Lynn owed end launch starkly. Our bandwidth is provided by fastly. Learn more faster dot com. We love linda. They keep it fast and simple. Check them out at leno dot com slash teams log hangar feature flags. Powerball lunch darkly. Check them out at lunch. Dot com Episode of the changelog is brought to you by our friends at influx data and their upcoming influx days e. m. e. a virtual event happening may eighteenth and nineteenth. 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The next was ruling on the rover kind of thing and running on the helicopter. We sort of found that out. And i remember it was some deaf from streit. Light tweeted now my boss to say hey. This is like the martian kobo. Isn't it as this is amazing. We've got lennox running a mas cool and now just all that such a good idea and this cool. We reached out to some friends over. Jpl jpl been longtime sort of eases. Get hope and on time contributes to soap and source as well and we reach out some system. But he's over there. Hey what's really on the helicopter. Then is that something that we could. Do you know that we can talk about. And they were very kind. They provided us a list of open source dependencies helicopter depending on how we can take into some of those fuel created a batch that we have analyzed the projects and then took the exact versions the telling us they were using and allies those back and did a match if those people have accounts and if they do took about john them and saying well done your code made it to mars kind of thing. You contributed his success of the engineer had cubs and so yet did that. It's just over four thousand people actually got the batch so it was pretty cool because like just how many people work. Jpl as well so it shows you the power an over develop as the kind of work within the size of your community when you do engage of open source. And when should be back as well as conceiving console. Yeah it's cool. We couldn't have done it in large large part without an obviously the team of scientists Jpl at large space. Thank you for that. Funding it but Yeah it's just awesome. It's partly for sure early on hole in total but partly for sure and you couldn't to come together on the time. Scouts came together without booting on a bunch of jv 'cause products like off the shelf components and things pulling together and then pulling together open source components certainly couldn't have come together as quickly as it did as a technology demonstrator without earning on open source. That's a fantastic achievement. And we just wanted to share your everybody. Let people know and it's funny. I was listening to an episode. You habit down you know from a project and we working on this appetite in the episode broadcast. I'm not sure when he recorded. But anyway i saw that sweet. I was like wow okay. Yeah yeah yeah. She's trying to reach out to people. Jpl to solic- if the random people always bother you and you were an open source maintain. You're asking you to fill out like random compliance documents and things. He was asking those two right. Hey did my code. Make us and this person's so far down the procurement chain they don't know you know so we went and asked the people at the turns out. I did in pike hills. Most that's pretty awesome. That's interesting now. There's a process to discover that in being maintain or wondering. It's more like get up helping to sort of pim back to accounts and repository commitments and whatnot. So i mean that's interesting. I didn't consider really that. This would be mars. Code vault as well. We talked with john. Evans jared at least talking about get ups. Artico vol which is an interesting topic in itself just to preserve the long term future of our source code. Because it's really that important to leave. The planet escape velocity and all that to get to another planet and fly a helicopter which is a massive human achievement to do. How does that play out though. Is that really a code vault or is it just sort of just named that to some degree is it. Is it really that way. Yeah we didn't name me that we named the mas twenty twenty like mission contribute tourism because okay yeah online co vote whether that she like all the actual source code stores and stuck it in the arctic exactly in they wound very very very strict weight limits to the grounds and so every kill by counts here helicopter not the best place to put your code vault on a helicopter so yes we compile code and in fact the engineer had a couple yourself is basically a bunch of papers on it. You can go read. It's kind of basically to audrey knows on raspberry pi zero. That level of technology is what powers the helical. What the reason why these two. So it's to michael control as they actors flight controllers on based and then larger sort of qualcomm powered board which is where lennox is running. Imbedded lettings three four colonel narrow based distributions. Three four colonel and these again off the shelf call qualcomm kinda dev boat-building drones and things and they grabbed that it was ruining narrow three full distribution of lennox on that. Okay they'll do. It's called the it's working cameras because we all know how fun cameras and audio can be together on right on lennox at times but yeah working camera. Drivers working everything. Let's go she's those in. That's what we ran with once. We got the dependence is or compiled down so we asked the jpl team which those dependencies are contrary to the success of. We don't have access to that code that they told us the dependencies and we did the analysis from those included included things. There were essential for the most mission. They're actually part of the flight. Software like these gap and stuff. I'm guessing boost up. Isn't ruining on the helicopter ride. I'm guessing that's part of the flight control systems where they're running that and things and some of the python analysis still if he's definitely happening locally the python running on mars for sure but not so much in the helicopter but yeah So not exactly on mars in terms of the mars mission badge. It's more like involved in getting us to mars as part of this mission to be to be super clear getting the data back analyzing that data as well from the helicopter we limited as well to the helicopter mission in particular because there. They're actually three. Think three three lennox boxes that i know of mars. The is self than this radio. System the control that it talks to on the rover and then there's another lennox box. That and i see including because it's currently not being used as part of the ingenuity mission. When you saw the row the landing you saw those amazing like videos that parachute and he saw the parachute fine and you saw the videos is coming down all that sorta stuff that's actually ruining on a surrogate is powering. That one because again had a bunch of usb cameras plugged into it because it was all working and they could get it going and so because it wasn't mission critical could win on what they call a class. D system engineers he so it's a lower risk experimental if it didn't work they just didn't get video sky crane flying elaine stuff but it wasn't the world but that's ruining a four one five colonel. I think that's actually got and on ffm-peg and all those cool things because took the video and it did the compressing on board the little pc. Before sending over to the rover. So i'm a bit of space nerds. You've probably take liking it going. Yeah this is about so. I do my degree in physics. Which is why an astronomy. Still kind of over compression on the organized over and then they sent it back because the rotary self slyke is radiation hardened light power. Pc what the rover rooms and so like a nineteen ninety s era matt kind of thing is what it's basically ruling on but it takes a lot power. 'cause it's like a big hardened processor so the helicopter is the most powerful computer on mars but Times the rover itself. Is that right hundred times slower than the helicopter processing. But it's ten times faster than the previous rose. You see progress progressing along. Yeah it's good stuff And that's running to artem nose and a raspberry pi zero equivalent associates. A cocom chip not come cheap. So yeah but it's a qualcomm chat rooms on the helicopter not ruins Navigation competing. Okay because over here. On earth jones navigate using gps and stuff. But you ain't got no gps house so the way now the gates. He's using reckoning so looking at dead reckoning basically how far are we moving using a gyroscope. But it's built into the same board this board and it has a black and white camera. Looks down on. The black and white camera takes i think is a number of frames per second baseline fifty frames per second or whatever five hundred common but he takes a bunch of black and white photos looking down and then it looks surface features than maps the tracking of surface features in uses that to basically dead reckon where it is on the surface. That's why the navigation fee to needs to be powerful because it's taking all those images looking down its handling the processing from all the show and talks to the microcontrollers so there are two controllers talks to them to say you york me forward where it wants to go down and those flight control computers in the things are actually keeping the because they need that real time so they need to work so fast and respond to. That's kind of how all that works. And the reason there's two of them is in case one of them argues with the other because again none of these radiation hardware and stuff. It's just literally you've got a block batches and then all four sides of cheese very lightweight like really small around the batteries. And then it's a heater. And then you got the motors in the propeller and things. It's mostly batteries from seen so. Yeah but there's mike and joe is if they disagree. Each other they reboot switch off and on again in media pretty fast and so that's how they handle. I don't know if he's actually. But that was the plan as far as i could read from looking at these papers it's cool. It's a cool mission. It was amazing. It was amazing achievement and the member of the black the photo of the black hole then horizon yeah. The event horizon telescope teams took a picture of this black hole. Did you do show up at la. We talked about it. I'm not sure it might have been mentioned. Kerry call talking about it somehow. Someway on the show we do have our transcript open source on. Get up so we can. We can grip the see. What's in there for that. But we can confirm that a little bit easier than daniel could confirm his code running on mars. You know go yeah. That's right yeah that'd yeah so. Yeah similar to that with event horizon telescope. We looked who was all involved in helping the team pulled together. This image of a black hole. It's a massive to team. And they were. They were doing that. Work on caleb as well ended up being light twenty one and a half thousand people roughly it contributed to over python and also i pie still and it was over. Twenty thousand people ended up contributing to this project and back then we didn't have this notion of the badges of whereas we could have done so well maybe in the mars stuff. Winning us is cool. We're got to do something so we decided to do about jim. And then we made it an achievement because we wanted to be nice colorful bodrov than the old black watches abe's staff is this badging thing new. I mean get help was social. Coding like that came out as a lot of the social sites like achievements. Badges is kind of a thing that they do remember kotor wall back in the day was kind of like a badging sister site to get a sense non-related in terms of the people operating it. But it was kinda like they will link back and forth to each other but you know a sack overflow platform la these social size like badges badges win stuff achievements. And that's supposed to like encourage use. But i'll never get anything like that until recently we had highlights. The arctic coat was a highlight. And if you're a sponsor as well that was a highlight before we didn't have anything that was quite as big or prominent so with mas chievements within the mazda highlight we did the initial designs and the black and white so the helicopter things to bit boring and then the designer did it is the mazing color version with all that so cool we've gotten and so we kind of well let's do an achievement section and we'll bring that in very mindful of is we don't want to i. This is obviously if this we added in the arctic oh vote we sort of backdated it as an achievement now residency similarly sponsors so got nice colorful batch but we don't there you being rewarded for things you've done like well we wanna kaffa. Love is going too far down the game vacation Because you know we don't encourage burn out with open source. Maintain like a streak badge would be counterproductive. Yeah and then. Anyway we've got the legendary kinda the green graph of commits kind of thing. That's good enough as a streak badge encouragement for the new people whereas you more experienced she get quite proud of seeing the gaps in there and the fact that i could took a proper vacation. I can prove to my family. My actually didn't look right. Can i saw somebody recently. Who is somebody who is more deepened. The code became a founder and ceo. And you can see there. Getup graph shared this on twitter recently Where when they were. Ceo and founder. Where i guess more ceo. This is no knock against the us by name. Is this person's history where you can see. Their wrath. essentially being more white less green was how it works as they became. This new founders stepping away from their ceo role into this new honorable. Where they're sort of cody. More and exploring more. You can see that. The green comeback assembly lake. This is my journey from ceo founder. For example yeah you see that. It's a journey it's informant. Did you hear about the skyline project did it. Have you heard about that one that we did as well. Well we did this project to skyline. Doug hope dot com is the thing we did just in the new year where we kinda see. This had a fun with the commit graph. Kind of one of these in house look. Isn't this fun kind of thing. We did it because we were shipping contribution graphs to sort of some of the some of the taught maintain. Some of the people who've done amazing work julia like then. For example we send them a steel contribution graph. We three d. printed in steel. I did see a few of those coming up on twitter. People or share vision of yeah contribution grab them. We sent it to them but we wanted a link for them to go to to be able to kind of share it with their friends. Because it's quite hard to share a picture. So we build this. I originally was some dodgy pm code than like made pretty by the team ship that east cool you can sort of zoom around if you got nautilus in go round in three d. And things us cool. What i like about that is. We're actually encouraging like it. Looks better if there is variance you the most valuable real estate like manhattan has the most valuable. Real estate in manhattan is the stuff around a gap around central park. Or whatever and it's the same with it should be the same we. It looks better. These variants it looks better. There isn't too much for the weekend. If there is some gaps and you've got the peaks and then you can think. I remember that that was when it was coming to this release in my library or whatever all that was one of those coming to this particular demo go live or whatever it was and you can look at those highlights and i remember those but also look at gaps for yes that was on. That was an amazing vacation. What a great thanksgiving their rights. Good so is this the kind of projects that you had up as the executive director. Or you're sorry. I'm reading the wrong thing you you were the executive director of the nfl nation. But you're senior director of deverell. Is this like the skyline project. This thing is like is all about or is there other things that are to these kind of cool. Yeah what's what is debra alexander differently. Yeah so it's different again from what it is in quite a lot of places. 'cause quinlan places if you doing devereaux you should have china. You try to raise awareness of your product developers and help people use it. You get a different problem so we try to do what my teams as small team. Just basically trying to help open source. Maintain spend a lotta time talking token source maintainers and also just regular developers in ho pin them like get the most. I hope it's trying to see what we can do to to help them be successful so in some ways as well. It's like a traditional devil. Because you're going out. You're talking to people all the time you talking to develop as you help us stuff. Hey did you know you could go. You do this and i'll save you bunch of time when you can do so you can say how people and then bring that feedback into the engineering teams all because we kind of sit on the engineering teams. We come in and we saw say. Hey you know this pull requests thing like it would be great if you could do all to merge or sponsors cba great if x y if he could do one time payments in spots hearing this around and we're just an extra data point then for the people who are building the features and they can help the product better over time. Hopefully and he's trying to have these connections between because gibbs great. It's amazing scaled before a lot of people. A lot of people don't really think of gay. Just get hope. It's just a slight water right. And because again because of the sort of large-scale the gibbs working out sometimes we've are like the maintain is really massive projects. They wouldn't know anybody who they could go talk to go. Help them with problem And that's bad like these people are incredibly busy. You know so. I wanted to kind of china. Put the human face in. Make sure the team out there putting the human face in from the company and so when a maintain a has an issue or problem in the having trouble you know we go full on support and everything else and that's what we should use all the time but i'm also want them to know that they know people that get that they need to help or they want to give some feedback awesome. What's the best way for our maintain register your attention. They can personally say multi mode would on twitter or martin luther gilda common email. If you wanna jump me line very happy that people to reach out and they from easier than nat friedman that also works. Put a generally better not say go straight to the now you know. He did a lot of tweets and eight tenths to full with them along. Today's just anyway that way. All his essay say their community support in the community forms. Guy place. he's that's where we tend to hang out well times. You need particular attention which is to reach out. Show speaking nassau. Recent twitter exchange between max lynch talking about when you view a file the combined history being able to actually see that foul at the exact point in the history and he just said number one feature. I want to see on get up. And he added hub at on twitter. And then the very ansi cc. At nat friedman and then like three days later nat response new button below and then boom. You can kind of see that. This is being driven in the wall so person on twitter dating their best requests. He's the ceo founder of conic framework. So somebody out there and open source maintain of course but getting the attention of net and making that possible pretty quickly. Yeah that one. I she you know if it's one of those ones where it kind of kind of been in for a week or two but it was okay. It wasn't like a three day. Hey let's do this now. Because mac says did it is. Yeah well. let's max thing that put. Yeah no okay gotcha. He might have even been a feature already. Wasn't i've done that you file. You could view the problem. I mean it was. Dr germ rages. Because i was one of the ones that put it on the backlog. Actually you could go in and you could browse the history at that point in the committee. You hit browse history in a web of a file. It will show you whether far change Then browse to the repository at that point in time. And then you have to go navigate back to the file and find it. It was infuriated. So yeah recall caldera go. I did a button which takes straight to file at that point in history which is like. Why did we never have that is. That's that's exactly what you wanted us the. Us anyway is alive. He's like little small things. You can do really help improve the quality of life of everybody. And that's one of the things. I enjoyed the most. He's just like going out listening and to people in. Oh yeah we just did is tiny little thing over here. What do do it was just seeing simple. It was. we wanna pull request or when you're assigning it i if you're assigning a pull request your names at the top now and it's there before like we'll do of course it is again these little things like that that just speed things up provin and just typing your name in every time and having to find. Let's just put your name on top using code inside of a pull request if you want to like include some code in the echo snippy inside of the title of the pool requests. You want to improve mark down and it's just all these little things. Well we're building the big features. Well we're building things like gale codespaces or well. We're building the next version of actions and improving actions and all that sort of good stuff. We wanna do those. But we can't forget the paper cuts. We quite often call. General quality of life improvements. How can we make the platform faster. How can we make it. Better for everybody to use alchemy. Improve maintain is lives because again these people are doing all some stuff the genuinely like maintainers the nicest people you'll ever meet in the world. Is you know because you talked to them all the time. Light just lovely people. Yeah you know you get people who volunteer you get. People who like standard in meeting. Volunteer goes through stuff. And then you get the people who take that. Just give just give all the time sometimes too much more than they've got it just trying to do what he can to help. These people help them like be too things fast to help me up to spend more time with fingers on keyboards and less time taking care of really want to worry about so at the place of value i the job especially in the world because you just got to have told people you get to go build. Still you get to help people use things and then you get to go to. 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Change timing of this whole thing was really funny for us like you said we had that episode dan steinberg of curl and we were speculating about whether or not on mars. An adam and i were both pretty sure like. Hey you're on mars. We just gotta get some confirmation. Daniel probably thought he was as well. And of course. I think it was just days later that this whole announcement came out and maybe days later for the episode came out so we had a lot of listeners. Who had just listened to that conversation here. It was was really cool and daniel had great chart. She saw the chart. He put out where he's like. Planets that curl runs on. And it's like all this year's which one is a flat line up until this year and it's like two and it's like just launches at the two. So i mean he was just tickled to have that information. I'm sure there's many other people you said around twelve thousand. The badge also probably tickled to find out. Hey you know you've contributed to this awesome mission. So you want to tell us in addition to curl and you mentioned python. Generally some of the other projects that are involved in on nudity. Yeah on that graph. So number one of those grasp by the way which was planet with the highest ratio working audio drivers in lennox and like mars is that one hundred percent so there is that so That's a good one too. I like that. that's good yeah. I mean so. There's a bunch of like you know in. The scientific community is massively big. So obviously the in-law analysis of the data that comes back. That's a lotta python. That's a lot of bike. Sipe pie and pie and all those sorts of projects that allow you to do big data analysis as well as things charting plot lip. I saw the the maintaining a map. Lot lab like saw a map plot lab graph on screen that proved the helicopter taken off. That was really weird. Was watching mission control. During the analysis of the dangers it was inbound. Because you saw see them bringing get home which everyone is. This is amazing. And then yeah you see people using executing hyphen commands executing charts and then somebody stuck there the altitude day tear into mount. Lebanon brings up this graph on screen of three meters and then back down again coming so that was really cool. Just great to see kind of the recognition you know as well as the stuff for doing the data analysis and the data transfer a obviously kill used data transfer between devices. And all that sort of stuff. There's also all the things on the analysis side which is where a lot about python code runs and then in during that still doing what they call it. The flight control systems. So that's what you've got the website everybody needs a website to be able to show data internally and all this oh that's what you've got kind of bootstrapping elastic search and some of those source applications as great and then another project. The issues very very heavily on the python side a lot of that python python ruining on on mars. We told the vast majority of the pie. Still we mentioned in the helicopter projects running on inside so f. Prime is a project that nasa have open get hub and that's a seed. Project is a framework for building. Flight control systems. This used on in the helicopter. Police also used in keeps out snow primarily where it come from was like keeps out system and he's the framework that they open source so being tire code base of that helicopter you congo send pull request to make their helicopter. Do donuts or something. You know sadly teabag here for the entire flight control system that actual instance of f. prime that's ruining is an old available some of this. Jpl proprietary on publicly vibe but the f. prime framework they use to build that fly control system is and you can take the f. Primary people over at palm trying to remember the name of the company. It's just blowing. My name is where they bought a laser altimeter from an blanking. It's the shop. Many times spend ridiculous amounts of money on random bits raspberry pi hardware. You can take the f. Prime project and ruin it on a raspberry pi locally you can take it and run. Inland different systems locally. And how it ruining and build your own simulated environments or use real hardware and we're seeing like this. Massive boom of kind of space tech you know as access into space is getting cheaper and we're starting to see a bunch of these startups cutting into space technology now and so well. The mars mission is like the first mission where can grade electrtonics hardware is kind of made it onto the surface of the planet and its breeding itself can seem a great olympics has been ruining for longtime in orbit and it's been working fine and sort of seeing more and more those sorts of things so thanks a lot more open source in space and we probably know that we probably even wear aware of and there'll be more and more as we get more keeps out some more more access into space cool women this planet. It's winning the universe yeah Right is even begin. Even our in our local atmosphere you know with a lot of the military grade drones and stuff. There's a lot of open. Sources penetrated the drone market. Like crazy as well so all over the place the used was this cocom tim o. Which is basically was aboard for building drone hardware. And it's a very lightweight card size two sided and that was the basis of their platform. So that was all sort of joan horrible to helicopter. it's counter rotational thing. Because if they couldn't do like a quad copter or something because the propellers need to be so big to ruin the atmosphere and there's only a certain amount of room that they could take them to the rovers belly. So that's why don't believe that design is that differentiates a helicopter from a drone as the quad. The four. i don't know. I don't think there is actually. Yeah because people overuse that would yet it like from my reading drones kind of one of these words like hackers that really people don't often use in the real world kind of thing. Yeah the people in the field don't tend to use it as much tends to be people outside the field talking about it. 'cause joan can be anything so thomas and so the south managing kind of like the rover drone. But i think people when these like my father talk about drones. He's talking about one of those quad copter or ex-cop thing that ride might even be autonomous. Might be flown by radio control but they think of as a drought. Even though it's been state controlled the blue correct term is unmanned aerial vehicle. You have you got gotta sign the yeah aerial vehicle unmanned aerial vehicle. Yeah but people call drones. Light knots the military grade and the last of but people call like g. I kind of thing that himself. I like just people like the the company even calls it that right. Yeah exactly. that's not. I didn't really know thomas modal out time. Tanaka fly by wire starting to have. They're starting to have some. They can fly themselves sometimes like there's modes but like controlled by a remote generally. Yeah but if you've ever tried to fly one of those without the compute helping your one once and tried to fly it myself and it didn't stay in one piece of very very long so the computers due to help you. So it's quite a while like lane in regards to daniel on this two planets thing and lower throw red and drones and where code might be. I responded back i said. Hey i know curls on mars now because of this confirmation. But i would like to also think it's probably on the assess or in low-earth-orbit with other space things i mean there's more hope and then we also have arms mission happening soon which is mission to back to the moon. Yeah i got consider like how you know with badges and this achievements thing how will get hub. Continue to track open source not on the planet essentially worth orbit. I assess the moon mars. Yeah i think the obvious ones great. So he hadn't read the nasa mission to the moon. Yeah and that's really interesting because it's so much closer and so you go by eight minutes delay rather than ours. Delay of communication and modern. You can build on butch visibility confirmed. It's going to use some of the same lessons that we've learned from this road. So that's fantastic in terms of how gilbert tracking like we can do one offs of this sort of thing whereas because he's just cool and we celebrate this amazing achievement of powered fly on another planet which is awesome. it doesn't scale once that becomes kalman once it becomes every day. So what we're trying to do is help people see that dependencies. And then what i'd love to do is do some stuff. Help like gave more visibility to maintain is about like where their stuff was being used or how much it was being used you throwing out into the world and then fight six years later. Somebody sends you a pull request and then you learn the as she. They've been taking a critical depends on this for their entire lives as far as that concern. You didn't know anybody but you is using this particular code like i think we've all had that kind of experience so be very very cool to kind of get some feedback leaps going on there in terms of people using it and when you've got things that actions coming into play as well you can see the potential that it would be amazing if he could say. Oh hey people who are dependent on my release. Let's go try the new release if it breaks your code. Sorta stuff so yeah. There's lots of opportunities. I think in future that we call for sure. Yeah we should save the planet like utah. Kuni like international space station. There's a thing called astro pie. There are a couple of raspberry pies winning on the international space station from isa and kids can like send code to ronan a raspberry pi in near national space station. So pies he space so is almost one hundred percent multiple copies ruining on the space station. I was speculating. More with mcgann. Because he's like you know just playing great achievement of course knocking this sly jerry dimension from daniel but more like it's probably more than just you think i mean we've heard about china landing on an ashort. Think i pay attention to some space science news. There's an asteroid landing some degree second. Imagine that where you can't confirm that but speculation is interesting because it's a sort of motivation. As you said the feedback loop. Yeah i think we all do things in this world sometimes and we're generous and we put it out there and sometimes as you said before beyond cable dawn but is that feedback. Loops that motivation. Because i think of it like when you ask a child in school whatever like hey what you want to be when you grow up. Firemen police officer doctor veterinarian. Astronaut right we might not all make it to astronaut status but our code might yeah. Yeah it's amazing. But i just like just anyone using your stuff. These two things that motivate using the when you create and things. Is this a what it does. So you create a code and then you ruined. This is cool when you keep clicking the button ten times because you just impressed even will still but then you also have the seeing the people using your code by sixty five million people using of everyday e- kinda of get used to that. We were all giggling like school children when we see them using it during the nasa mission control. Well that's that's like. That's the button i did you know. And it's just amazing. Seen people use your stuff and so the more we can help people know when their stuff is being used then. Hopefully there is. That reward of head isn't as cool. You've been used. And then we also need to do of course is help companies especially be more cognizant of the open source dependencies that they've got and then like think about that and try and help them make sure that supporting some of their open source dependence help. That's what you've spoken to them about. Sponsors and things. That's where kind of some of the motivation for that comes from but also sharing dependency trees to you can think what open source of a critical dependency on. What am i doing to help this. Sustainable in the future. How can i contribute back there and the minute we leave money on the table that we could be helping people to do more work on the projects that they love. So yeah. we're twenty dollars. Well also see like the raspberry pi you mentioned on the international space station that the ingenuity was power by these controls. Like that's something that i can go by today. Yeah it's kind of representation. It's if you want to be able to influence. Knowledge is this world but humanity's possibility of exploration of space where you can go and buy raspberry pi today you. You can play on the same kind of hardware for example and you can advance the state of the art as well. You can figure out how to do initial navigation. You can do these machine. Learning applications looking for surface features and then sharing which direction the meeting. And you vance the state which then over people can use to go build over stuff and whilst great is that it's not like competition either. You look the couldn't trees that we're contributing to f- prime and all the projects that we're gonna mas badge like nearly half of the contributors were in based in the. Us controversy does projects for a huge chunk. Contributions to those libraries didn't come from the united states and whereas previously these sorts of missions would be kinda like national era as in. What can we do kind of thing. It becomes a lot more about the science and a lot more about what humanity can do together which is what the scientists have always wanted. Sometimes the politicians get in a way. But it's just amazing when you see the scale of international collaborations national cooperation. The happens none of it so we could put a helicopter on mars. It was done to solve problems and everybody come together and then it was by doing that by sharing the goodness that we've got out there and by the general st of people by saying you know you might find this useful than somebody from. Jpl can come along. Well that's cool. Block colbert allegra. Stick together and build a helicopter landed on the planet and take it for some flights tremendous. Yep you gotta love just being part of that community as well and the people that got. The badge is awesome and seeing the reactions from a lot of these people. Like i know a coded were popular. That's cool cool. Is seeing the reactions of. I've got ta. I seen your actions as those wait. Did you have to do that. Like mas mission. Were not really like. I didn't know my code. Tamaz talk to somebody. He's code was there. I know somebody who knows somebody. Yeah exactly. I know so now. I'm cool but now also like getting into software development getting into open source is cool. And oh yeah i i see where this is going so having these moments great i as a community as well. It's kind of celebrate and look what we're doing. This is amazing. This is celebrating a win. Yeah this is celebrating a win. Which i'm a huge fan of and jared knows this. I think too often not so much. We don't celebrate the wins. But like you don't give them enough attention and you know. We talked about the game of occasion and sort of hedging that to some degree. And i don't think that's what you're doing here at all. And i'm glad just questioner because we don't want get other become a team behind the scenes if you make it that to win open source would become maintain or whatever it might be the joint achieve but too often we just not celebrate the winds and take the time for this what that is and you got what nearly twelve thousand people. They contributed code to this. That's a lot of people involved in open source and that's a big win for them and it's a big win for i suppose source of large. Yeah 'cause we recognized everybody in that project commits up to the period where jpl said this is the committee that we use you know. This is the version that we used. And so i saw people who well did was fixed a one line change in a we. Read me or doc or something like that and now the badge. That's awesome that's cool like you helped you help. Make this project a success. No matter how you might think you contribution was that line in the documentation you might fix. Might have been the line that how the team. Jpl understand how to use these particular library and make it more accessible to them. It's just cool. And so i celebrate the winds. Let's try not to be too much You see if comments about cohen that code not making it and suicide whatever so you could celebrate wins and just be successful said about arctic code vault as an achievement for me and i gotta say i've fixed a lot of read me's and went to my profile very excited and no mars batch from me so i was pretty bummed um and so i i. Gb joking you can guarantee that was the first thing i did when a guy unit no damn it. What's the point of doodo is would vote either. Not everybody gets that one. So i was like. Yeah well that was a little easier to get your code by certain day and make sure you couldn't check e could two out of the arctic cobra if you want to book. Yeah it does worry me because like most of the time. They seem to be china. Delete mike o'dowd kobe's nowadays got like i may. I've got one changes engaged. Which is like to help. Great will do something like super small tiny tiny tony thing now. We're on so that's great. So we used to do this badge changelog badge and we would give it to you on your read. Me be like your episode number. And it's just a nice way to link to your episode. And so i used to open requests on a lot of repos a lot of popular repos because they come on the show. And we do it for you. So the easy button and so i got a lot of merges onto you know pretty prominent but just like literally just adding the changelog bats. I'm not improving anything even fixing a typo and so. I thought well an outside chance that i've put a badge on one of these high expectations to be on mars and i got to my profile. Nope not on there. Like oh so close. Yeah you need to buy some people clearly. If we're going to do more of these things seems to be a little cool kids okay. But you've got a cool now with candles everywhere. Because one of my favorite things i like to do. Is you probably do the say. Will you probably did go to the license on things using and go see how many people you know in that list. Let's go see how many of my friends i can find in this third party. Usage is textile. Whatever daniels always up there. He has his email address. City said we talked about that which you probably know we cover some of those things where he got random emails because email being out there so much in the license in He had the one about somebody for most fanatics is. Yeah pack again. He's so nice. He actually answers people he actually replies back to the you find this across the board most you to adjust just such lovely humans and just take time and nice and especially ones that have got large communities around because the reason they have a community is because they've been so nice so inclusive and so to people and they just can't help themselves even when it's emails the relevancy from confused people. Say yeah burn. This episode is brought to you by our friends at a rally. 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You're in a good place to be suppose endeavour with get hub and all this fun stuff happening around science and space and whatnot. What other fun things are happening. Like i mean as a physicist or someone who studied it kinda. Give me an understanding. What's your education was. And then how that dovetails into some of the things you get to tinker with or play with or communities to sort of encourage in their open source journeys the show. So i did my undergrad in physics. So i was always doing a bunch of sort of astronomy in a bunch of that research. Originally i was like plane with mobile space telescope. Data and data analysis of that and that was back in the days where to even having a teepee stock wasn't guaranteed and using trying to a bunch of that sort of stuff back then involved getting dvd's sent over and painful them with Hobo space data on them and putting them in the one computer and allowed. That has a gazillion device. You could actually That day they're up and do some analysis write some code and it's very hard to shadow code and that's why kind of astronomers and physicists scientific community have been kinda quick to latch onto open source and always been sharing which that code. That's obviously where a lot of the internet infrastructure came along as well especially it was a lot of those networks of things we did that and then me personally went from being kind of doing some of that sort of stuff to. I'd like a real jobs for a while. I had like working in banks and insurance companies over it. Good stuff it you do. But when i was doing those jobs it was always involved in open source on the side to scratch that it that everybody has the opportunity whether that be using different language or using a different things. So that's what we do. And so i was doing some ended up getting together with a few friends who are also interested in saint project and we ended up bill me around at school legal team price but it was super small like five person company but we did started on open-source source working together. I did a commercial application and then we ended up. Sound myself actually. For ten years ago we got acquired as this little five person startup coming in to figure that would last a couple years. Just do my time. And then on. Because coming from this java eclipse he kind of open-source willed. And i didn't know back then. It wasn't really kind of the thing it is now and so yeah it was around out kind of change. You've interviewed cast characters on that side of things in the past so diggings news but you know worked on that team helping change microsoft and kind of change how they approach open-source role gain to the company and then i was only created mike be count. Nato has to say so. Yeah it was wearing on my credit card for it. Well yeah did you. And an and so and then came to get hope like every last year so that was a great move a now. I'm just. I feel like i'm home because everybody cares about same things i care about remote is fantastic in terms of white was new. There's a lot of stuff going on in the sign. Space mentioned a lot of these space tech startups. But even what we're seeing is. The more established players like that certain people like that and eastern beth finding ways to use open source technology into us more rapid technology and integrate them as part of michigan. So that's what you saw with. Ingenuity was part of the main perseverance. And nasa have light levels of the risk that the the class a class b c d and the rover a class b mission in terms of like how important it is in terms of scientific results. And all that stuff and so. That's a very very high level of compliance due to manage that risk but instruments on it like the helicopters classes kind of an instrument that is attached to the rover. They can be a different risk categories because if they fail so as long as it doesn't hit the rover then the headache having lost anything. They've tried to have held. It's fine whatever. We didn't lose anything so long as it doesn't affect the main mission then they'd call a bit more risk bit multiplayer with so that's why the headaches can happen. That's why the things the dvr box you know the thing that lennox box the recorded video landing. That's why those things can happen. But then you also get doing flight. There's a james webb telescope is coming up. Which is this is kind of a success. It's a hobo. Back when i before i started my career where about when i was doing analysis on mobile data. This new james. Webb telescope's going to be launching soon. And that's a massive massive investment from nassar and set to be like hobo hubbell's revolutionized astrophysics and revolutionized so many areas of humanities knowledge and the james webb telescope set to the same thing and they've got a bunch of technologies keep things called the platform itself is very class. A you know what i mean. It's like super like they're making sure everything works. And the particularly want to send astronauts to go fixed mirrors and things like that have previously books on the ground. The innovation never stops. You know you send hardaway using the platform open space and you can get data from it but just like when you collecting data from devices or from la got let recipe my window so hey collecting data about like plant. Some trying to grow some basil to fail. So i'm silencing that took a raspberry pi because now bounce. Alex yeah as being attention to that little girl lab thing i was like. I should try that because i love tinkering so just like that. You can innovate. You can keep innovating on the data and the analysis data and james webb telescope. Big important massive mission. We've like billions of dollars being invested into it on the ground. All that analysis just like with the event horizon telescope will announce his using python using lots of machine learning using lots of new like different data techniques and things and it helps really kind of innovate and extend the life of these missions. Way past people. What people originally full and the scientific community open source has got so much in common with open source. Code is what matters you know. Talk is easy in open source as we all know everyone can talk it but if you show up and you regularly show up and you bring code and you help all the time. That's when people value what you're saying you're doing in the scientific community. This whole notion of pay review in the whole notion of showing your working is is what's important and so source is amazing for that because you can show exactly how we analyze this data. You can give the code to the people so they can run exactly these experiments again. Take the data run their announce his threat. Look for the issues. You make sure you haven't made mistakes and repeating so we see more and more scientific papers that she lincoln linkingtiger repos where she's just super cool. So yeah and so. I love it. I like an electron x kind of physics nerd notre com cypress. And so. I always have a bit of c. plus plus. Mvp kind of thing of people who did com site degrees whereas i was just sat like coating full trending allowed in physics coating on the side at home. But yeah i love what it seems like it served you. Well us good. Unfortunately i wasn't probably the most useful thing to do. But i was building websites also to show my results for trying to not definitely as a definitely paid off because that was back in the days us hold. I am so you mentioned. You only had like one commit as of late. Which was on the lesion. Do you get a break. The code editor hours mostly hobby stuff at work. You're senior director. Oh yeah i mean on get get hope as mostly just little fixes and things let me get away with and then my code is just a hobby. Still generally all demos devotion things say bike. Some examples and building raspy part of alex sellers to grow project right now. So if you wanna check out grow up Can send you a link through china. Whatever but it's using a raspberry pies and cameras in senses and just have some fun and doing data capture and sending data rope and seventeen. Play without the minute. I've got raspberry pi close behind me. A conquest satan yoke raspberry. Pi trusted them trying to play the moment. I got like all christmas trees. Obviously everybody hook them up to get whatever just a bit of fun. I mostly spend most of my time cut helping over people with arab in helping. Make sure they can be successful and try to get them what they need if i wanted doing. We're bringing all. These maintain this together with china. Do the best thing that we can do to conference given kovic times. So we're running this thing called global maintain summit dot dot com. And what we're going to do is bring maintains together as like have a big group therapy session in a way but also share knowledge because again maintain his awesome and the book. People developed different tricks handling different situations in different people. So we kinda want to bring those people together and provide space for maintainers to get together so if you order maintain your of a big project then feel free to come along to global maintain summit doug l. dot com. I got the domain name. Maintain a misspell. Maintain the day and Spell to maintain and that was too good at typo to miss or when registered if you do maintain afford you off to global maintain assuming because i just thought that was an awesome domain name to add to my collection of domain name side projects. So they'll probably never ever get nice one worth collecting. Yeah yeah very cool. Yeah this upcoming thing with maintain a week is pretty cool. We're hoping to play a fun role in it. We have a special secret very secret guests that were hoping to appear. We'll see we'll see but it's gonna be fun. June seventh the week of maintain a week right will maintain some part of that. We're a part of that and some others part of that from thailand and whatnot and so it's all about finding ways to support maintainers because as you said before burn is totally possible. Yeah we don't want game by get up to the point where you feel yet. Overachievers really by participation. It's about up as you said before consistently bringing what you have a value to the table of open source and that could be docks could be code could be community governance. It could be project. Management could be all these different things like it definitely is everybody working to the greater good of opens can do and i think coming back to celebrating this mission to mars as part of that like. That's a win. So maintain summit maintain a week awesome. I like it. I'm excited about going back to what you said earlier about surfacing to maintainers dependence in better ways such a great goal because when you think about source in its purest is a gift to the world nineties. These people are like the most helpful. Nice giving people. i mean. they're givers like you said because it's what it is. You're giving your code out there for anybody to have and hold a change in to do what they're gonna do according to the license and that's a gift and it's a weird gift because so often like you're saying they're giving something to somebody and like you hand it to them right you say oh okay. Quick your reaction. I wanna see i wanna have that delight of like you receiving this and enjoying it and an open source. You don't always get that part of it right like you give it to the world and there's and then you find out later somebody was using it. It's also weird that it's one of the places where you give a gift and then they complain about your gift until you how. How just sucks and how you need to fix it and stuff and all those things. And so i like the idea of letting people know without having to get reports back from your users and teasing teasing daniel by putting a phone home in curl so he can know his actual use. It actually use those kind of things. I mean some people do put metrics in like no. I want to know who's using this and so here's what i do. And that's their prerogative with their software. It'd be great if we could let people know how much impact because there's lots of motivations for open source. One of those motivations is. I want to maximize my impact with my software and helping power. A mission to mars is one of those things like look at that leverage. Like you wrote this code and now you are part of something bigger than yourself and you have massive amounts of impact and sometimes you just don't know if you're having the impact you want to have so if you guys can help in that way i know there's like the graph and stuff like that now. There's a new section like how many repos depend upon this package or this repo like that stuff starting to get in there. How are you thinking it can go further. Or what else could you do beyond what you've already done. Which is some dependency stuff inside. Dot com to help maintain really know who's out there using their stuff. Yeah so we need to help. People know what their dependence is all and then held them. Keep them up to date as well. 'cause the amount of sort of old security vulnerabilities and things you kicking around. He didn't realize because you you know so we need to do that side so we need to have people who are consuming. Help them figure out what as they're all consuming and how to keep it up to date because that's the problem that i have and then how to support the project that they're taking the critical depends on which projects are out there. Do they can they if they can't support them with time if they can't support move resources and maybe they can provide financial resources to get help that project without something that we can do on the user develops side. Yeah helping know how. Many people are dependent on its project would be awesome. My dream would be to some day to even most around that you know like it's to do. I would go actions and things. I would love to do away. Where if you've got a dependency one of the ways you could donate would be to say like yeah. I will donate anonymously. There is my bold to the these dependences and then as it dependency. You could say okay. Well let's go run this thing and go run it with people who take a dependency on me and see if i break them. Because i'm going to release his as a minor release kind of thing. I think you should break anybody but apparently broke ninety percent of my dependencies people who are dependent on my code. Would you know. I would love to know if i was able to maintain now doing the compete for. That is a different question and doing the options and making be done in a getaway. That's kind of invisible to you when lightweight and easy and things like that so hard to do. But i think there's just tons that we could go do to give value back to the maintain is the ones doing the awesome. They're the ones that like giving gifts out the world and so the mole thing the move things that we can go build trying to give value back better so here we on looking see what we can do. And that's the kind of stuff that you are seeking maintain our input on right. Like what could we do. Maintain your input on anything. But also you know what i mean like. Barron mind like if it's if it's trying to think of an example that you know certain changes we probably know and there's probably good reasons why we've got them that way but what is that we can do to help you. What is it we can do to make your life more sustainable easier as as a maintain a more give you more joy as a maintain a how can we help you all communities better hacking communities fascinating into the how the psychology of crowds were lot. So this psycho before we do a lot in that space and window and stuff in that space as well when it comes to discussions and how we we've added capabilities recently where he can temporarily switch interaction limits on and things so if the community needs a bit of a timeout or if you need a timeout or whatever if you want to go on vacation abbey's capabilities in the we added the ability to set your status and you can say your own vacations to find out that even though it doesn't mean anything really like it doesn't stop too much. Is you as a maintain them me being to say i'm a vacation right now. I'm going to answer for two weeks. Makes me feel less guilty about taking a vacation for two weeks so his little things. We can do that that help you. Psychologically not get burnt out and help you survive. You maintain as well as the things about you know so. It's about munching. The entire person is saying. This is one of the reasons why i'm looking towards to maintain week as well. You mentioned just to try and yeah like tease out kind of the humans behind how it can kind of make some changes to help. Everybody lives and help. Everybody thrive when we all get in these winds because open-source is amazing and the communities in my career to open source. I oh my children's education to open source and to the friends. I've made and i like most of my friends i've made from the missiles communities. I've been looking to be a part of and so i just want more and more people to to have these experiences. This is such a breath of fresh air. I want to celebrate this win because there was a day when it seemed like that kind response wasn't coming from youtube and i think this is prior to the microsoft acquisition. If you recall there was a deer guitar repository out there. And it wasn't so much it was around maintainers in the voices of maintainers not being heard. And so i think in a just together with you martin celebrating that win. Forget of that. You are listening that you are invited maintainers to come and speak to you and to evolve the all things get up essentially to make a better from eighteen better for everybody really but there was a time when it seemed like it was listening less that dogmatic in their ways or whatever might have been and that that repositories other lincoln. The show for just posterity's sake but you know. I think that's a good thing to celebrate that when because you are listening and you've already said dream on this podcast so you're on the hook. Yeah exactly somebody emails you have to. You have to answer right and that's how it works. I'll send you my screech of my own read email account counters. But yeah no email again. He's gabe dot almost exactly or when you're talking on twitter and they got you might get your chain. It might already be in the works. Yeah tried and tried to get to me first. That'd be great. They my life easier less drums. That's it for this episode of the cheese law. 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John Tortorella & Jayna Hefford

The Ray

1:33:10 hr | 1 year ago

John Tortorella & Jayna Hefford

"From you deal in partnership with Tsn. Welcome to episode. Sixteen of the Ray and Greg's hockey podcast right. It feels like I know we just did one last week but it feels like it's been a long time but this this is a good one. We've got John Tornado role on the head. Coach of the qualms blue jackets coming up and Jayna Hefford. Who's got a busy weekend as does gammy coaching team. Usa Jayna Hefford on the bench for team. Canada's JANA will join us for between the benches. Does it feel like it's been a while for you or does it feel like it was just yesterday just because of our magnetism to one another? I e the the best part about doing this this podcast for me really is the daily calls with you. I mean like how did I ever get through before? That's really really quite exceptional. I will say this. The last podcast had the last two podcasts. Thank you to the listeners. For reaching out you know Wayne. Gretzky and then chuck were phenomenal guests. We've we've been really lucky. Our guests have been fantastic since we start to act sixteen now but Gretz told us things that we had never heard from him before which is amazing considering how many interviews he's done and then. Eddie was both hilarious. And and just stop you in your tracks spellbinding those to have carried great weight with me and so it does seem pretty recent that we taped. Yeah we've got John Tortorella coming up and and I'm I'm a little nervous about torts. Even I have a good relationship with towards me. Both worked out with them back in the day at tsn. But as we've seen so many times with is a particularly in his post game interviews man he can take it sideways right off the rails so we better be sharp for this one and get ready for anything. He's GonNa throw our way. I hope I hope he had a good walk with the dogs this morning. He's on a break. I think we're in pretty good shape here but you're right those you always have in the back of your mind those pressures where you get the update your his presser was thirty seven seconds and that included a fourteen second question. Yeah and it doesn't matter if he's on the road or at home on the road it's easier because he's standing in front of a you know some sort of draper. Whatever with the Blue Jackets logo on it so he can just dart off. Go back to the coaches office at the podium in Columbus. It's it's a little bit more formal. But that doesn't seem to stop him if he's best. He's he's balding it's simple were. You must have seen the last one where the it was on. The coffee. Cup seems to be taped so he can't knock it over which I just crack up. That's that's something I can really really relate to while the good news is. We'll talk some hockey but not entirely all about hockey with John Tortorella. He is an interesting guy. There's no question about that. And we're going to dive deeper into the Columbus Blue Jackets in in just a second They've won five in a row. Eight and two in their last ten just one back of the islanders in the Metro Vision as we tape this podcast. It's a bye week for a lot of teams rate. And if Ray Ferraro at a bye week back in his. Nhl Playing days. Where would have you gone? What would have you been doing and would you have been in trouble at some point during that by? We know you know what I was married for most of my career so the first couple of years. I think we went because I was on the East Coast. We went to Florida or we went to the Bahamas. Got Away for a few days but we never had dregs. We never had this this longer. Break that the guys had so you? Basically you'd go away for two days now I'm years it was just. There's too much of a pain in the ass to go anywhere so you didn't go anywhere because the way the schedule once once you had kids and they got into school while I dunno hockey and whatever the heck else they were doing so that was the end of it so like the guys. Now I'm of the many things. I'm envious of the middle of January. When you're freezing your butt off you can dot dodge out to go play some golf or go somewhere warm and be great to clean the mind out so in minor hockey and I'm sure this is the case. Probably internationally speaking coaches now and staffs of minor hockey teams have like a a cellphone bag. Right so you get into the dressing room and you throw your cellphone into the bag and that's just to maintain your focus. Make sure nobody's taking ridiculous pictures and whatnot. I'm going to assume if you know players are traveling in packs so they've got their significant others. They've got a couple of teammates. You know they're rolling through. There has to be a no cellphone rule. Correct no pictures. Nothing we're we're on this trip. I don't WanNa see that phone. Come out even one time while the remember a couple of years ago. I'd say maybe it was two years ago. Deletes WENT ON. A data couple of days off in Florida and they went fishing. Yeah like who cares. They went out and they sat in a boat. They weren't born driving the boat. They weren't they. Weren't you know they weren't doing all the work they were? Just sitting there. Fishing and social media went crazy because they posted a picture. They're sitting on the boat like they're having a good time. I think today they should have a cell phone bag. It doesn't need to be on instagram. Maybe you can take a picture with your wife and you know like you know you're in your family or if you're if you're with your family and your out for dinner or whatever but all the stuff you're doing. I don't know why it has to be anybody else's business because somebody will always start to dig and say oh see. You're not focused on the game. Guess what that's the point. They're not focused on the game. They're not at all like there's I don't know where it where it got out but like four. The leafs are playing golf at Augusta. Yeah Yeah right and some people are going to. I'm assured are going to say. Why isn't Freddie Anderson? Working with goalie coach. Point is a bloody break. Man Kidding one. One of the best stories I ever heard was when Meek Kiprusoff was in Finland you know playing for the flames. Goalie coach flew over. They couldn't get a hold of them so the goalie coach flew over to Finland in the summer to work them out a couple of times he got over there and Kiprusoff's like hey. What are you doing here? Because he had an answer. Any emails dark gone at the time he might. He might not but they said I'm here to work out a couple of times like. Oh my gears in Calgary. That's where their gear should be anything to do with with hockey. Should be million miles away for these guys. It's time to refresh to scrub. Just come back and be ready to if if the dog Jeff. O'neill had the bye week. Would he come back or would it be a fifty fifty scenario whether or not he was able to come back? I think if all had twenty seven goals at the break he would come back otherwise we may lose the dog for the back half of the season or at least the first couple of tripe practice days. It's the ray and drags hockey broadcasts. We've got our third punch candidates coming up later in episode sixteen. Yeah it's episode sixteen. We've got ask Ray and dregs and a couple of key interviews as we've talked about John Order all of the Columbus blue jackets ahead and Jayna Hefford who is a hall of fame along the Cammi Granato. They're going head to head Friday in Saint Louis and the three on three women's challenges art of the NHL All star weekend. 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Co caught wind of this. And and they're they're they're feeling for me here right because of our bet and the fact that it's looking like I making headway this week but the fact that I looking like I'm GonNa have to buy you dinner in Switzerland in May be upgraded from when you say they feel for you. Does that mean they're laughing at you or they're feeling for little bit a a little bit of both 'cause. I mean really dregs. You are the hockey insider and picking pools. Not all right. Well thank you to cool bet. Dot Co will have more on their involvement coming up later in the PODCAST. Let's switch over to our top five items of the week and I grabbed a point ray in the regular season where it now makes sense to start paying closer attention playoff races. I'm always annoyed. And James Duffy is among the worst Easter time filler. He's an excellent host. Probably the best in the business but probably around game thirty of the regular season. He starts wheeling out. You know the standings own. What are the standings batter gained thirty? But when you get to game fifty And the regular season the second half is well underway. It's it's starting to heat up in a mate sense so we're gonNA probably weekly basis continue to chew on the playoff races that Pacific Division. The Western conference is an absolute mess. And then you look at at at the central division not long ago. I'd have thought that Stan moment should be moving pieces out and beginning if not a full on rebuild and certainly a hearty renovation but it looks like blackhawks is still alive. Does that way it to you. Yeah you know Drake's the the the one thing as the as a as a player you know. I know you say like Daffy sitting there and fiddling around with his paper because he doesn't do anything on a computer it's really it's really quite remarkable this guy Do what he does. Because I think I was amazed how good James is on the air when you watch his notes. Because it's like a third grader. But anyway it gets it all done as for the standings when you're a player there's a point in the season where it's just dragging on. It's like the you know you're in it's in the Games thirty to fifty SORTA range. It's like you've played so much or start to get beat up a little bit or a lot your teams you know in a slump that travels get to you. It's like the season goes nowhere. When you get here you come back from this break. And every trainer does the same thing that you know. Those printed schedules the little printed ones. Yeah Yeah Well. They have them on the inside of their trainers trunk. One of the many pieces of equipment. They've gotTa Lug around all year and they put black XS through the months. So there's September October November all of a sudden you start to see the calendar with the X. is through the end of January and you're like man. There's no time left like it really feels Super Urgent. And so if you can go if you've been struggling and you've kept yourself around the races and you can go on heater here for about four or five weeks. When teams are a lot of guys are slogging through the the heavy part of the schedule all of a sudden won five straight like Chicago right. And you're you're in the race like the blackhawks are earth three points out of the wildcard. They've got a game in hand. It's really quite amazing. Because I'm with you drake's I thought they were done like I thought this is. It's just it's time for them to move on the just before the break. They went back to back nights in Toronto. And then they go home to Winnipeg and you know the the Great Patrick Kane scores his one thousand th career point. He becomes a ninetieth player in history. It got really good goal tending Corey Crawford. Fortunately is is back in healthy? He's a fantastic. Goalie and Robin Leonard Continues. His redemption. Story You can't help but be happy for for Leonard. They've got two good goaltenders got high end. offense of talent of course. Kane but taves is Jonathan. Tapes has started to heat up a bit. We talked last week about Dominic Google leak. He's got twenty one goals now. Their defense is kind of mixed and matched around Duncan Keith. Who seemingly plays forever and Chicago's back in it. It's really it's really pretty cool as for the Pacific. Division there's Vancouver. They're sitting at the break. Their one point up In first place and they're twenty four hours from being in fifth place. I don't think I've ever seen a division like this. And what it reminds me of Drake's I don't know what you think but like I've always thought that the the league should go for the three points regulation win two points for an overtime or shootout win and one point for an overtime or shootout loss and the reason I liked that is because then every game is worth the same number of points and that makes sense to me. I watch my son's in Berlin this year and the German League Landon and that's how they do it and you really feel like you've like you've lost even when you win in a shootout or overtime if you kick away a late lead you see. The team is like they know. They gave away an extra point. Their rights matters yet when I see the NHL standings like they are today. I don't know it's kind of. It's an imperfect recording of the standings with the different points for each game. But how can you argue with so many teams fighting over position so many fans that are so have to be so engaged because their team can go from top to middle of their division in almost? No time I I love the way it is right now we I do too I and to some degree. It's bad for business for me from an insider perspective. Because you know people ask all the time in radio interviews when you're out Noda Games and whatnot you know. Why are there? So few trades in the NHL while park that is because of the parody that exists in the NHL. The other of course is the cap and then the third element which impacts every team is is the injury bug and you know how big of a bite it's taken out of your of your roster. I'd be curious if you went through the exercise and applied your your point system. What the Matrix would look like if you went through it. I'll be an exercise to do it but it'd be interesting to see how much of a a shakeup there would be. Yeah you mean like if if they had the three points for that yeah for sure. I just think it's a I don't think it's as big a deal as we might think offers there's some teams would probably you know really really benefit from him. You'd have to get in and see you know like For example Washington's. One thirty games in regulation or overtime. Yeah right but how many of those are? I don't know off hand. How many of those overtime Wednesday have because those were the only two points exactly and then you you look at the standings and Somehow Boston's into overtime and lost twelve times like overtime or shootout twelve times while and so when I look at that I think okay. So they're not built to play three on three or to be in the Shuto While in the playoffs. That doesn't matter because when you go to overtime it's five on five now. They have a plus thirty three goal differential. So does that even wants to rent. Does it even really matter? So I'm I'm really interested in it too I delete not going to change the only way you're going to get more player. Movement is if they somehow in the new bargaining agreement. Come up with a you. Know a a franchise player or something that you take off your cap if you so. Choose to give more wiggle room to make trades because injuries. Yeah it's the standings but the cap seems to drive it all now doesn't it? Yeah and that franchise player actually. That's part of a question and ask Ray and Greg so we'll revisit later in the podcast Ray. The Toronto Maple leafs are out of the playoffs. Believes fans have been listening to the podcast eagerly awaiting your reaction and analysis of of where the Maple leafs are at this point of the season man. Has it been up and down clearly? Doubt for Mike Babcock. He's no longer on the bench. But it's been that seesaw battle for Sheldon Keefe going into this break as well. They missed the playoffs. I mean it's nothing short of disastrous. It I think if there if they miss the playoffs the only way this season could be framed is an absolute disaster. There there would be no other way. The expectations were high even though you looked at their team in September and really the same evaluation would apply today. That's that ooh. I don't know how that the fence is. GonNa hold up you know. I don't know if they can keep the puck out of their net yet. It's certainly a different even a different story now with with. Oj caused Without Morgan Riley. I mean you take a third of your defense off any team. When you'RE GONNA struggle you take your top two left handed defenseman out of the roster. You're GONNA struggle and kind of the way it is. But they can't keep the puck out of their net they defend and and until the figure that out or they make an evaluation of okay. We're GONNA have to change some things They're going to have a tough time. Like their starting goaltender. Freddie Anderson is who I think is a good goalie. I think he's very good. He sprung a leak here in the last little bit. His last twelve starts. He's given up forty two goals against Three point five goals against a game. You can't beat anybody like that. And if you do beat people. In December and January you're not beating teams in April and May giving up three point five goals again. And so the the names bandied around regional Andre Johnson cus Berry captain and even Alexander Kerr foot they might have to sacrifice a forward to get some help on the Blue Line Just think of think of teams and go out if I traded a three point. Two million dollar forward so everything seems to be close to dollar in dollar out. I'm getting back at three point. Two million dollar defenseman. I could probably make an impact on my and so the injury this I guess goes back to your point. Drags the injury to Elliott Mikheyev. Who was a revelation for the leaves? The he got bad skate. Cotton he's out for quite some time. Had he not been hurt maybe their depth would be apart that they go. You know what we can't trade one of these forwards but right now. It's Kyle do in. He's an he's in a spot here because they're you know as we sit today the lead Sir there What are the a couple of points out of the wild card? You're a couple points behind Florida for third in the Division and Florida's got a game and Florida had a a wild comeback last night As we taped Tuesday here They had a wild comeback in Minnesota. They scored with how good is bark off all my got the goal or the like the little chip into the into the top of the net. It was amazing. Here's another thing when sometimes the it's almost like a deal with the devil or what do you. What do you want to call it? Like a a guy has a a career year that can never ever ever be achieved again in Florida. They signed Nola Chari from the Boston. Bruins fourth line guys really hard player. He really penalty kill Zweli hits. He's a really tough guy so is career in the. Nhl went from zero to two to ten to six goals now. He's a starting pitcher on any baseball team. Eighteen goals in forty five games eighteen goals and three assists so aside from their crazy high in talent with bark off and Hoffman scoring like crazy. The dawn off has been terrific. Jonathan Uber Dough is probably as good a player in the league that nobody talks about right and all those goals they score. They've scored one hundred and seventy nine goals this year. I think I WANNA say they're the top scoring team in the league. They're tied with Colorado at one hundred seventy nine goals and They're put the lease on their back foot right now. Now what does Donald L. and the Carolina Hurricanes to India. Stan Pat. They would you know they. They moved defensemen Just because they had depth there and we're trying to shake things up now they lose dougie Hamilton for an extended period of time. Now this is one of those stories. Hamilton obviously out long-term with a broken fibula. Where you shake your head I. I don't necessarily feel for players but I do in this case. Because he was having such a good year in the conversation for sure and then he suffers a fluky injury. That is a serious injury But but from playing and from a team perspective does Adel off to step in here now address an area that might be concerned that maybe less than a year ago is a strength and that's the Carolina. Blue Light is in a tough spot because they they unlike Florida Don't have one shot scores. So is your need on the Blue Line or is your need up front like I think they just added Justin Williams which was a pretty cool story. Yeah they're they are slogging away through a seven round shootout. They hold the thirty eight year old off the bench and he goes in everybody's trying all these great moves. Eagles in straight down the middle should sit through the whole turns around game over like I just love how simple all what like you guys. Keep Doing. Whatever it is you. I'm just going to go down and shoot it through the five four so you know they do get an addition of Williams and you know. But he's not going to be You know all of a sudden score. Twenty two goals in a lot. Sturdy Games of the year can go find one of those guys. What are you sacrifice to go get it? Here's the other thing in the summer under. I think it was kind of under the radar. They they go out. And they signed Jay Gardner who's been it's been a debacle for him in Azman in Carolina. They signed him to a contract. That you are manny's signed the same deal. He had Toronto five million bucks a year. He's a good player. You can provide offense and it's like it has not even been close to a fit in Carolina for him now. I know the plus minus stat rightfully so when a lot of cases takes a kick in the pants but when your mind is twenty two and there's another defenseman on your team you know playing the same position that is plus fifteen. Something's not right. Something's not right and mandrakes I I duNno would they look to move Gardner with the? Yeah but can they now like? Can you move Gardner? Now that takes another defenseman off your Blue Line do trade him for a forward. Do you trade him for another defensemen right like Dougie. Hamilton's injury and I'm with you drags. It really really sucked to see him get hurt like he did on a play that. I guess this happens all the time on a planet. The doesn't seem so nefarious. And then all of a sudden is foot jams in the ice and right away. He knew you could see him. He was mouth. Think I broke my leg so brutal but now your your focus on what. You're trying to improve his completely changed and I and I. It's a top spot for for Adele. Right now are in couple more items here real quick. I want your thoughts on Alexander Gore gave of the New York Rangers because his name has been out there and trade speculation now for a few weeks to be sure and I know the Toronto Maple leafs inquired did not make an offer or didn't when I checked in last week. So we'll revisit there but when he even though the three headed monster of three goaltenders is is a challenge for Henrik Lundqvist and and all involved. Because you're sharing the practice and that's all of those things when you look at the future of the New York Rangers. If you're Jeff Gordon why would you trade? Georgi of you know drinks I I I understand the respect that is needed and afforded to Henrik Lundqvist. But he's thirty eight and so I guess the only way it makes any sense to move the younger goaltender this case being your Gabe dot eager. Sure sterkel who is the young Russia goaltender? Who's a terrific terrific prospect is that you're the possibility of the expansion draft than a year and a half rears its head and so do you risk losing somebody in the expansion draft because if then you get nothing for him right if you trade him now you get assets back because lundquist clearly is not the goalie that he used to be? I mean who is at age thirty eight right like you just. You just can't be in the miles that he has on them. Like not only was he a workhorse for the Rangers carrying them to the Stanley Cup Finals. But the amount the volume of his work through Olympics and world championships. You know the the number of games he played with the Rangers. He's only going to play this year next year. And so in the meantime you're gonNA have to sacrifice a young goaltender who's GonNa play for a long time. Now it's in and if you're Jeff Gordon you this is one of those rare times you can sit there and rub your hands together and say to the other teams. Okay bring me what you got because not only with Toronto be interested in Alexander Georgiev. Plenty of teams would be. Yeah and and look. It's not just a decent return to your point that is going to fetch Georgiev. I mean we're talking about a substantial trade package so Even though you know most nights he's a backup goaltender e clearly is poised to be at least a one B if not a starter in the NHL. So it's a storyline will follow through the trade deadline. Did you watch the weekend game? Ottawa Calgary we did it in Studio James and I I. I almost turned away because you guys were on but I I mean that's fair. I understand that a West MacAulay officials for that game. Just a cool dude man like he. He's not afraid to show his personalities. Very good official by all standards so prior to the opening faceoff. And you've got forty. Plus CA Chuck family members in the IN A in Ottawa for the Battle of Brady Versus Matthew Gallagher Versus Ottawa. Macaulay throws a Nissan Mauve of the Ottawa Senators and Lynn home. The Calgary flames from the opening faceoff. So he can put Brady versus Matthew and Walt Big. Walt was loving every second of it in Brady won the draw clean and then Matthew gives a job on the way out of the face off of it but Kudos to Westwood Cawley for just recognizing that that would be a special moment while West likes the big moment and in performs the big moment to and I love it. I know some people have of course because some people will always criticize and they say oh you should just go over and and review the play and signal will now. I like when he has that dramatic turns around and we have a goal or whatever it is and of course is the one that probably brought him to prominence. Was the five minutes for fighting. Yeah my kids. Think that is hilarious. So what's wrong with not disrespecting the game because he doesn't he has holds it in high regard I've gotten to know what's a little bit? Man He's a he's a leader. He's a learner. You know he's back to school as well as managing his crazy busy schedule and he sees fun in the job so he looks over there and he sees the Kachuck boy stand there and he's like that I get in here and so you're right. They it was a it was really a cool thing to do and I did laugh when when Matthew gave them a little shop to the back. Because you know they were both trying on the draw. Oh for sure just. It's not like a normal center ice face off you know and there's the little brother again saying hey look. You booted me around the House for fifteen years. I'M GONNA win this draw lease well West. Macaulay would be an excellent guest for the rain. Dregs hockey podcast. I wonder if he's allowed to do it. I I was just GonNa say probably not because the the big shots inside. The Commissioner's office probably wouldn't allow him to speak candidly or Franks to read. And then by the way if we did that was going to say we'd have to push Gord Miller down to one hundred and fifty second now on the raindrops guest list. But technically technically he was the Waldorf stop or dual that you guys did from the World Juniors in the Czech Republic. So does that count as a fulltime guest appearance or was he just. Kinda your wing man for that particular episode. No no he was just there He owes us an an appearance. I expect them to bring a little more than he did. The first time around. Okay coming up on the rain. Drake's hockey podcast. Great the head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets John Tortorella. Now we're going to try and take towards into a different arena. Of course we're going to talk about the Columbus Blue Jackets We need to talk about the blue jackets. But there's so much more about towards that the the average hockey fan would know so. We'll talk about that. But first your thoughts on the Columbus Blue Jackets I I mean I thought given all the changes going into this year in goal are Tammy Pinero no more some of the other pieces that that left the organization through free agency. I lot they were taking a huge step backwards and they were gonNA struggle mightily this year. They've had stretches where they've struggled but of late. They've been smoking hot. This a pretty good hockey club. They are they're not fancy they're I think they're built in a little bit of not that they were built this way but they play in kind of John's image. And that's you know when I when I think of towards I think a little bit of a bulldog you know like he's always fighting always scrapping and that's kind of the way Columbus Place. They never really make it very comfortable for whoever they're playing against. They've had terrific goaltending and one of the things I. I think it's really important is when we're in this is for US guys the media when we're evaluating what team should and shouldn't do lots of time a lot of people that are doing the evaluating don't have a clue about what is in the depth of the Organization Columbus felt okay about Sarah Gabri Bosque leaving because they have some terrific young prospects. One started the year old. Unbelievable Yoenis corpuscle. Who was the backup but they felt he was ready for a bigger role at a great start. He gets hurt. And then it's Elvis. Moore's leak and stern I only knew of Moore's Leekens from the world championships. I think the guy's going to be a star and so they were okay and Ghoul. They've got a couple of younger goaltenders as well. L. There's been five Latvian goaltenders in the NHL. Lumber has had three of them. What are the chances? What's the Latvia Columbus pipeline? I don't get it. But they're eaten to in their last ten go back to December seven fifteen two and four. They've got the third best five on five. Save percentage in the NHL the second-best all like day just grind and their physical and they've gotten good goaltending and then in the last couple of games that got CAM ATKINSON BACK. Who had a really slow start to the season? He got hurt. He's come back. He's got three goals in his first couple of games and then Oliver Bjork Strand came back their first game before the break and he's Ryan twice in a two one win. There were good team there. They're not going to go quietly into the night and who would've thought Drake's at this point fifty games in. They have one more point this year than they did last year. We've got John. Rela coming up next on the rain dregs podcast and a bit later. Throat Punch and will take between benches with Jayna Hefford and Oh forget ask grand rigs as well all right joining us now on the rain. Drake's hockey podcast from the Columbus Blue Jackets. Uis head coach. John Tortorella torts our things these days. Oh good good find all right there. You know it works. Well I mean to that point towards I mean it is a grind but the Columbus blue jackets are in the thick of things now. There's plenty of games remaining in the second half of the regular season. But tell us what you like most about your team right now on the phone. That has As just kinda carried us here a little bit we you know. We've had some change over due to injuries and And all that and I it's it's a great reminder for everybody for this Organization for the coaching staff and players that if you play ads eighteen I think you can go about your business the proper way and I drugs we've gotten really good goaltending In a situation where we weren't sure what our goal tending was gonna be this year and Some guys that have some hunger and Don't have a whole hell of a lot of entitlement Playing with a team playing as a team. I think that's very important as we're trying to stay competitive here expand on that Towards can a little bit in that there was so much turnover last year. I know you're not one that invests anytime energy and looking backwards but you know you lost star players and key possession. So is that part of it. You know giving opportunity to other guys to to prove that not only can they be as impactful but they can be as as motivating and helpful to the organization moving forward as some of the guys who are no longer with your organization more. Yeah Yeah you know. We had some departures during the summer. We we certainly talked about a little bit of different concentration and how we have to play We we we. You know the lineup. I had prior to the summer departures. We kind of you know we we trade chances with teams and and go about our business that way. I felt we had to that. That's just the type of team. We had We we have a concentration of of being above the puck plan as as as strict as as concentrated as we can away from the Puck to give our goal is a chance to get their feet wet in the National Hockey League and also I just think it's a style we have to play because we just don't have you know like what bread and all that a game-breaker and we have some really good players. But I I just you know I sent a letter and talk about Riddick camp. We gotTA BE. A team. A team best. We can here and But twigs normally the departures but then all the US getting banged up And it just. It just was an avalanche as far as getting banged up I it's a great message for. I think all of us that and I do and I say this in all seriousness that I hope. I don't insult anybody but sometimes when a player has some stature and has been in the league and it Kinda has a spot in the team. Sometimes that entitlement comes into play and they forget they forget the hunger of it and and they forget about playing as eighteen. You get a lot of guys called up and And they're they're Diana stay here. They're doing anything they can to be here and stay. There's a hunger there's a belief and they're always are thinking about is the team and I. I really look at that as a a great lesson. Fern old coach like me. Just remind me about how you go about Your Business here and you can get a lot of things accomplish if you have that belief as eighteen torch. You call yourself an old coach. So does your experience help you deal with all of this stuff like does it help you find a different road than maybe you would've taken with. Tampa when you were winning the COP. Yeah I still. I'm still learning I. I've learned a lot from these guys. Here you know I'm not GonNa sit here and tell you when we we ran into some injuries and then we corp Asala was playing so well and we lose him. I'm not GONNA say man. We'll be okay and we're going to go do this that the other thing You know there was a little bit of nervous as far as where we go here so It kind of sets me back and puts me in my place and that you just don't get it no matter. How much experience have you? Don't get it? The League is crazy. The National Hockey League is crazy. You just never know what's going to happen and as I see a group band together and just kind of put themselves in a little bit of a buck mentality here and find a way to get some points to stay in the in in competitive race. Yeah it's a it's an eye opener and and and it just it just sets me back. Just just remember how this game is supposed to be play. That is really really. It has nothing to do with coaches are guidance counselors. They're trying to give them the best advice we can and got them in areas. It belongs to the players and they've grouped together and found their way. Having said that it could the bomb could follow any day. We're just trying to take one day at a time here and just keep a a little bit of humility here as far as how we've had a little success but just make sure you keep you million stay on that that fine line of preparing every day. So as I'm listening thinking like the coaching business one of a great strengths would be to stay. Curious is is that correct? Yeah it's a great word. I haven't heard it put that way. It's a great word because we we. You have some experience as a coach. And you think you've seen it all You'd think you have the answers that and this is one thing that I've really tried to Get better at and I'm not good at it some days. I'm better others. Is You need to listen and I it's. It's one of the things that I've really tried to grow in my mind is don't be ready to To shoot off and say no. This is the way it's going to be done. You need to listen and especially in today's game. It's such a different game. I mean my God and So we we try to keep open lines of communication open. And I've learned a ton from you know we're a young team even when we're healthy. I've learned a ton from these guys as far as what they see on the ice and everything that comes with it is trying to be a competitive tank. Drake's touched on earlier. You know the turnover that happened in post post playoffs last year and I wonder. How much does a coach know about the new players that are coming in? I'd seen a couple year guys at the world championships and I think Oh. Jeez I think our Elvis. Moore's Leekens is going to be terrific but he gets here and he's all foreign four to start. Like how much did you know at that time? Given the way the road had been set to keep Brodsky keeping Aaron bringing Duchenne. And how much did you know about what might happen after they left? Yeah I I agree you speaking in general not just Elvis but in a number other players are coming up. Yeah just coming in that. Were I just knew Elvis? Because I had seen him at the world's for a couple of hours but a lot of guys I hadn't seen them before or certainly didn't have a runoff election. You know what I have I tell you you are my general manager. You know we don't agree on done some things you know we we we go at it just every coach and general manager. Does we have disagreements on things but one thing that Since since I've worked with him I think he's one of the brightest Hockey guys as far as what he sees in players He talked to me about benched him. He he's not so much about Elvis. 'cause it's a goaltender I think. Sometimes everybody just kind of leaves the goals along with the goaltending coaches worry about that. And but the texier in players like that even Bjork's strand and and stuff like that he. He fills me in on what he thinks they be become and I trust him. I really do I. I think he's one of the His the way he looks players And what he sees them I think is dead on but I have to see it. I I can't go to you know they. I don't like going to traverse city because I think you you make a judgment good or bad about a player and really setting that can do sify to to really what I think. Our National Hockey League teams going to be a month from there. You know I I WANNA see him in National Hockey League camp in National Hockey Exhibition Games. I need to make my own decision on them. So I still need to go through that process but I certainly have great basis as far as my conversations with your Mayo. As far as what he thinks this player can be where the catch is it. Okay the GMC'S IT. And he sees he sees what the end result can be. But I still have to put the player through the process. Sometimes a general manager wants them to be putting those spots right away thinking that he's that I it is I've got to put him through the process. Let them earn it Teach them And go through the whole process of trying to become that player So I'm not sure if that answers your question but it's a very. I have a very good general manager at the sense of what he sees players. And it's helped me tremendously. How much is your process changed for the players like from the day of a torch? That your dog or drags. It's GonNa tiny the Great Dane. Yeah most while thankfully only have one great Dane. She's about a hundred and thirty five pounds and I've got a fifteen pounds Shitzu so it's all although Utah how many of you have four rescue pity's and now we've got into the horses? We have three rescue horses. Wow Yeah it. Is it my get up at five thirty every morning? I'm out there shoveling horse. Shoot at six o'clock. I have about an hour and forty five minute. Window of shoveling horseshoe feeding them. I take two of my dogs out before I take off of work. Yeah so it but you know what it's it's just It's still a Buick for me. I get all my thinking done getting the day plan. No one's those here's talking to me. I'm just with the animals it's fantastic. Have you always been a dog? You know I. I've never been to this extent since I my wife really kind of turned me onto it and and we're when we started bringing me through some shelters other to New York and I saw how some of these animals will be taken care of and and what's happened to them prior as far as just being abused neglected and that's when her and I kind of joining together and just we you know we. We felt we had the forum in the platform to try to voice our opinion on that and try to help. So we've kind of dove in it and that's what we do that's our whole life and it's either hockey or or animal welfare and in in our foundation. That's that's kind of what we do John Dregs and I of course have gotten to know. He's starting when you came to. Tsn maybe drags new before but for me. It was kind of our first real connection point. Does it ever bug you? That people know you just from your press conferences. And they don't really know you it does bug me 'cause I really I really don't get wrapped up in it. I think the most important thing for me is Is the locker room is home. I players understand me. I think it takes a little while for people to understand me As far as player coaches and understand I my way of doing it. Those are the most important people. 'cause those are those are the guys that I'm responsible for to help. Develop you know quite honestly as players and sometimes for me more importantly as people. Because that's one of the greatest things we do here is developing your developing the people as a person to so the other stuff. I can't I can't worry about that. I mean I some of the things I make my own bed and they can run with it and I get all that I haven't made right choices along the way but I don't. I don't regret the things I've done. There's no sense of going backwards and I really can't worry about how people think about me. I I just care about the people that I'm coaching. And and how relations relationship is there what happens on the way to the press conference towards. Because you're an eloquent. Yeah I just you know yeah it is. It's it's I'm not good at I'm not I am not good at releasing the motion the adrenaline and everything that you caught up when the game and I'm not. I don't have enough time to if I can do. Those press conferences the next day you everything would be fine but you know she. Can't they have a they have a deadline? I guess whatever and I'm not good at and I don't think I ever will be. I'm trying I re- I'm trying but I I just can't you know the emotion is one of my biggest. Strengths is one of my biggest enemies and It just what it is. So what's a bigger pebble in your shoe? The quiz that used to do with James Daffy or the press cause. You hated that quiz. I hate the press conferences. I hate them and because I just I'm not I just I'm in no mindset to do. I have to do them. And sometimes there's some really good questions and listen. There are some really good people out there. I and that's what I try to start thinking now as I've gotten older these these people trying to do their job. And you need to respect that. But but I try to but I still make mistakes. The quiz the defendant pisses me off about the quiz. Is there too many hypothetical questions and that was my grind with James? It would be a hypothetical and I'm not interested in hypotheticals. I have enough time answering the question. That's right there then. Worried about a hypothetic- hypothetical the people in the blast that was a blast for me And the the the most fun that I had there was before we went on the show doing this stuff and you know before and and having a slice of pizza with you guys and all that I really enjoyed the preparation of it I hated being on. Tv We'll be back. Which is why your back behind the bench. I guess very fortunate towards you remember the time you realize that Bob and I actually could contact players inside the room or I could not believe that I call an eye. It made me sick to my stomach. I and I remember dregs. If I remember correctly I think I I. I think I made a talk to your bobby. I don't know but I ended up getting another job. I'm not sure where I said. Don't get in my room. Don't you think about trying to get into my room and I know you do 'cause you guys have information before we get if a trade or something like that. I don't even get the invasion. I'm watching tsn to get the information. Why would I wouldn't do that to you in Columbus towards I might have in Vancouver I wouldn't do to you in in Columbus. Oh Van Gogh. Well yeah there was eight torch. I got a question beer. I'm so you've changed quite a bit. You've you know you've talked about the evolution of staying curious and all this. This has nothing to do with coaching last year. I think it was you got. You got a really bad cold and you started wearing these under your suit jacket. Now it's kind of thing who picks the sweaters because they're Nice That I don't I don't trust myself my wife says they're you know what happened to me. Ray. That philly game when I put on the Hoodie. I mean I was barring but right up until the six thirty meeting before that game or the six thirty when when they were going on going on the ice For the warm up and and I ended up so cold and with the chills. I had that heating pack from the hydroxy later. The heating pack under under my Hoodie and a couple of sweat shirts because stomach cramps. And but I you know what but I checked in. They said I wonder if we could wear these during the game because it was really comfortable. Plus your guide. Yeah I'm not so sure about that. The sweaters for me is it called in the ranks and I kind of started doing it then. I felt warmer. Ah Yes I've gotten Mike Sullivan. Text me one day you make up your mind. Are you going to be Robbie for Torek or Mister Rogers make up your mind? That's a good one. That's awesome Towards we'll leave you this speaking of being warm and they cleaned up the Columbus media room because about a year or so ago. You challenge the media core. There assembled with no common. Prepare passing gas. Yeah I don't know body odor. It was just a nasty environment. No that was in Tampa that I walked into the Tampa Room. I walked in that Tampa Room. It was awful and But that's all I could think of that time. This is my mindset going into sprays you asked me about the problems with it this is my mindset going in there when I first walked Ed. So yeah you gotTA check with Tampa I will. I'll check torts never changed. Thanks for doing this buddy. Be well great talking to you. Thank store it's all the best in the last half. Thank my best to your family drugs. You too alright. Rafiq favored part of towards joining us. Here on the rain drags hockey podcast. And look just so you know. I did not bait tiny to bark when she barked at. That just happened because the dog walkers late today she's getting throat punch next week and it was just bad timing when the doorbell rang. Tiny starts barking. You ready to transition the weren't you because you and I talked about because we do so much. Prep for the PODCAST. We talked about having to get towards talking about his animals particularly his love of dogs and time. He's tiny's timing was impeccable. When she barked that made we made a switch gears. It was it was time and see right away towards perked up to like. Oh I didn't know if that was your Dau- at an office tiny or want to John's and then all of a sudden he perked right up and he was in. I do like the evolution of the sweater. Yeah I because I do remember. When he came out with the Hoodie. Now the hydroxy later pack missile boat is. Why does your chest and the they're not. They're not very comfortable and they go in these rap sort of things. They're made out of material there. So he would have had that thing strapped on with a like a tensor bandage. Honda was chest. He's out there trying to coach I just the image of him wearing that thing crack me up as he was talking about it. I I like I guess. I'd light knowing that people might learn a little bit about John when I first worked with them drags. I don't know how you felt but like I was like. Oh my God this is not the guy we see on TV. Like I told me right away. This guy is phenomenal. What a guy. And so when when? He says he's not very at listening. I'm like ooh there's another thing we're Sarah. We're about the same height. Oh we have a shortish temper. It was kind of like I really connected easily with John. And I'm I'm glad to see that the Vancouver debacle went in the rear view mirror. I'm glad to see the way his players talk about him and the success that he's had he's a he's an outstanding guy in a excellent excellent. Nhl Coach. And I think we got a glimpse there as to why he's still a successful. Nhl Coach right like early in the interview. He talked about how he's always evolving. He's trying to learn more and one of the things that you just touched on that he made a point of saying. I have to listen more. I have to do a better job at something that I've worked hard on. I mean that doesn't sound like a guy who's so stuck in his ways that he knows that he doesn't have to evolve as a coach as the game changes. Yes and also like just the as we get older. You get way more self awareness. I hope you'll most people do and when when I asked him about what happens when he walks to the podium and he's just like I suck at it. I'm just no good. He's also is and he's trying says I'm trying I just can't well you better? Not Because if he pulls off another one so he paid the twenty thousand dollar fine and there's a twenty five thousand dollar fine pending right. If he crosses the line again within a calendar year we shall not. I mean that's fine I think he's. That's an interview lender. There's no need to go there. I actually I was surprised. I wasn't surprised because you're right. We know towards a little differently than the average hockey fan would but He's a big family guy He's opened talk about a lot of things unless he's in the moment right in the moment is when he arrives at the arena and then when he leaves the arena. That's one big moment between hours at. He spends either on the road all the the start of his day cracked me up to. You're not shoveling or scrap in the morning. No I know how to use a shovel but I don't have any horses around. I did years ago. Grew up on a farm wasn't horaces it was pigs and pigs are a lot smellier than horses. Okay Ray this might be one of the rare occasions of the rain rigs hockey podcast where I believe we actually each have an NHL player current player as arthropods candidates so Let's start with you who you throat punching this week well episode sixteen raises. Kind of exciting really. Are I repeat winner only have an idea? It's Corey Perry again like seriously. It just got back off. A five game suspension for hit Ryan Ellison the head and then they're playing on the weekend and they're getting pounded in Minnesota. I think it was six or seven. Nothing at the time. And he goes through the crease and knees. Alex stay lock in the head and he is really good at making it look accidental when it's not and it's hard to give him the benefit of the doubt after so many times in his career but I give Corey Perry the Throat Punch for kneeing. A goal in the head literally minutes after coming off a five game suspension. Like why do it would you? I should have checked. I wonder if George Perils Department players safety would would reach out. Say really man you know this is right on the edge where we could hall you in yet again like you need to be smarter. I mean I. I have to assume that there'd be some messaging back to Perry while it would seem like a really good time to have done that and the message honestly could have been just an attacks. Then all could've said was seriously now without leads me over to my throat punch candidate and it links the Department of player safety to another player. Matthew Perot of the Winnipeg jets and there was a lot of noise over this last week. You Know Parole Winnipeg playing the Vancouver canucks Perot gets elbowed by Jake Potanin. Now I'm told. The view from the apartment player safety was that maybe the the elbow grades the Chin of parole but the impact primarily was to the shoulder. Perot was very upset. Visibly see him on the bench. He was adjusting his jaw. So he got tagged. I don't think there's any players safety didn't believe that it rose to the level of supplemental discipline so then Matthew Parola two days to digest all of this stuff he could have reached out directly to George Perris Perris by the way is A strong believer in that level of communication. He makes sure that the general managers the coaches the players know. He is available instead two days after the incident. Man You saw I mean. He unleashed on the Department of player safety. Starting with players safety my ass and then he went on and on from that point. I understand Perot's frustration but curiously to meet. He is currently tied with another player. Who I don't know as the only to current players to have been on the receiving end of no fewer than four suspend. -able plays so it's not like Barbara Blair. Safety has turned a blind eye. When Considering Matthew Perot so it's more for the rant two days after the incident and the fact that he didn't go privately and quietly to the Department of player safety to To voices concern. So that's my throat punch. Yeah I mean clearly the emotion of you know I'm GonNa Slash somebody in the head or whatever he said w what's going to happen There is a way to do it if the avenues are open Which they are for for the players to get to to player safety. But I was doing the game drake's now and I can feel his frustration. I mean Jake for Tannin album reading a face and he tried to do it. And you're like well. How does that not even get see the light of day? And that's where the frustration comes for the player and then from a player's perspective. I've started to realize this when we evaluate something. I often think it's We need to take a half step back and think about if you think. Perot is whining. Think about the last time somebody wearing protective equipment. Ellwood you in face right and just think of how that feels yes. I know what's his job and I know he gets paid quite handsomely to do it but just think of that or the next time somebody punches you in the how that might feel when we say. Oh the player should hold his composure. It's not as easy as you think. Nah I guess my point would be not that. He was winding the more that you know. He should've went directly to our or the Department of player safety. Yep One hundred percent agree all right. It's time now for between the benches and we're pleased to be joined by Jayna Hefford. Who is the executive director of the P. H. W. U. P. A? And at least for a time perspective a justice important. Jana will be coaching Canada this weekend at the NHL. All Star in the women's three on three battle. Jana welcome to the raindrops hockey podcasts. You have to be excited about facing the Americans. One more time with two hall of famers coaches yourself and Gamma Granado on team. Usa's bench. This could be a battle could not. Yeah you know anytime you have Kennedy. You ask. Does it matter Where being played. Who's on the ice. The stakes are pretty high. There's a Lotta Pride on the line and you know a chance for me to stand on the bench as excited to watch the three three game but the chance to be on the bench and be a part of it is really exciting and Yeah it's GonNa be as intense as any other candidate. Us rivalry GINA. I don't know if you're working on strategy yet but jammies working with salt shakers and things at home here. I don't know which didn't yeah. I'm I'm kind of thinking about it I didn't play much. Read three when I played so Afghan some opinions on what I need to do but Yeah looking forward to it. I know you know I was thinking the other day. Cammie an idol. Last time we played two Olympics against each other and and she got the first one and I the second one so this is sort of in a rubber match for us. We'll watch the watch the wagers because you know I mean there's other people involved here you know if somebody's gotta pay something. Somebody's gotta pay something off to make sure I made on the game here and curious. Are You Canada or us? Ray All our hosts Canada and cameos use the the Games. What whatever whether it's the Olympics of the worlds to try and teach the sportsmanship model here at home and the boys. I'm not so sure. Maybe start with you ray. And then work on the boys after that. Jane. You've had a pretty event-filled year. I think not not just you but women's hockey in general does it feel like you've you've made progress or is it frustrating. Is it kind of both of those things at the same time? Yeah I think it's it's all of it You know obviously with the the Katya Women's hockey league's shut down. It was a difficult difficult time and a tough message to deliver to the players but You know at the same time. I think it really opened the door for them to step up and for the conversation to change around women's hockey for a long time. I think you know even ourselves. We talked about you know the seat of Ahl and an N. whol is being professional leagues. But when you really peel back the layers of you know how good the hockey is and how great the athletes are. It's far from professional. And you know I think now we're on all on the same page that you know if if we're just happy to be where we are that's all we're going to get and you know in order for these women to be professional athletes. They need to be set up to succeed and in many you know. I think that they were set up to fail previously. Just you know based on the lack of infrastructure and lack of resources and you know they. They exceed at the expense of that. So you know. I think now that the conversation has changed and We've had a lot of success with the POW HP a I feel like we're making progress. And we're doing a lot more work with individual. Nhl Clubs The inclusion in the All Star game and so. I think there's a lot of excitement around the game and you know there's still a lot lot that needs to happen here and we. WanNa push the game further but you know. I think we are making a statement. I think people are starting to understand a little bit more about the way. The Structure Women Talkies is under in the way it's operated today and and trying to figure out a better way to support the athletes so I assume it it never goes as fast as as you would like or would hold so. How do the women the players that don't have a league necess- necessarily how do they keep their enthusiasm? How do they out of the continued to train into work on their games and into feel like they're you know it's not just a greater cause because this is a year of their career that has disappeared. Yeah that's certainly the most difficult part of this For our athletes you know is a hockey player. You just WanNa play games and I think you know we've done the best. We can to create some great training environments. We've We posted four showcase events to date. We've got another. I think three coming up here in the New Year so we're trying to create as many game opportunities we can but you know it does come back to the fact that you know these women believe in what they're doing and and some of the women that have then do compete at the national level. They have a taste of what it's like to be a pro athletes and and some of the women in our group. You know have brothers or cousins that are professional athletes in all different sports. And you know they see they see the circumstance that those athletes live under and Kendall the great example. And you know. She was in Toronto last week and she was on a panel and she said you know I can answer this so well I lived with you know her husband plays in the NFL. She sees the support. He has an infrastructure and the ability to just be an athlete and be supported in that and so for those that have understand that in Nevada. Taste of it They they know they're doing the right thing for the sport and is difficult as it is on a personal level They they believe in what they're doing and I think he can sleep well at night. When you're you know every day waking up and feel like you're doing something that's right no question Jayna Hefford our guests to the end the rain dregs hockey podcast between the benches Johnny. You're going to spend a lot of time on around the NHL Brass in Saint. Louis Commissioner Gary Bettman Deputy Commissioner Bill. Daly is the national hockey showing more interest in getting more heavily involved in a women's pro league. And if that's the case do you expected to meet with the Commissioner's Office or the NHL Group this week in Saint Louis? Yeah you know. I think the supported the women's game for a number of years. Now do and you know I think when we look at the progression of what they've done at the NHL our weekend it's it started out as some of the women being there and demoing the drill collapse eason where Kendall got to jump in and be a part of it and this year to include twenty women in a three on three game within the bills COMP. I think we're seeing that progress as I mentioned. We'RE GETTING. We're seeing a lot of progress with the individual clubs hosting events in different things and you know. I think we're all realizing that hockey's a bit of a difficult spot right now perception wise. They have M- issues. I think you know In terms of growing the game and needing that female fan base and female players keep the game strong growth happening and so I think it's just an ongoing conversation with the NHL. And of course I think they`re. They're interested in the women's Game I you know. I'm sure I'll have a chance to speak with Gary and and and Bill and some of the clubs while I'm there but you know I this is really about an investment in the game and it's it's a big investment so we know that and you know I know the NHL Sorta working on their own time when they're going to step up potentially in a bigger way if at all but We're continuing to push what we believe is important for the sport in general and the growth of the sport. Does it ever feel too big that? There's so many tentacles to this that it's really hard to notice where the progress is. Yeah for sure You know again like I think we realized we look at the WNBA in a success. They've had and it's been twenty five years for them and they just signed this great. Cba that you know is really put female athletes in entirely different KLAFF So a lot of progress there but it's it's a big investment and if the NHL work to do something you know it's not lost on us. It's not something they can. Just you know. Snap their fingers overnight and they were going to do something so it is a big investment. We know that you know. I believe they're doing the research on the game and they continually want and need to build the game and all aspects so it. It is big and again. It doesn't happen overnight. We work with Billie Jean King and one of the things that she's explained to the group many times is you know when you read history. It seems really fast. But when you live at flow and we're in that right now we're in that difficult time of uncertainty and frustration at times but also you know really believing in what we're doing. I would say one of the biggest misconceptions that the general public maybe the casual fan. I guess is the better way to say is is that they don't understand the or give any thought to the commitment that the women make to play now when I started to date Cami I couldn't believe how hard she worked. How dedicated she was how committed she was getting better and to train. And then I realized it's the same thing that I'm doing Xm. I don't know why I thought it was different. I guess maybe it was twenty years ago and I just did D. Do you run into that. When you hear some of the naysayers say all their you know. The women are looking for a handout. The women are looking for Extra support. I don't think they understand the commitment that goes with it. No you're absolutely and you know part of what we're trying to do and raise awareness is educate people because it's not a lot of people think it's just you know the women want million dollars salary and that's the furthest thing from the case. I think the priority here is the infrastructure and as I mentioned earlier you know last year with the GEL team would fly to Calgary on a Saturday morning. They'd hop on a bus drive two hours to play in an outreach game in some small community play the game they in a hotel. Play a game the next day at ten. Am Not even twenty four hours later. You know jump on a plane Sunday night to get back to go to their jobs potentially on Monday or you know just have to get back because that's the finances of the league and how it worked and You know in many ways that's detrimental to performance and to recovery and everything that we should be. Providing are aptly The ability to market athletes and market the game on a big level. Of course we don't generate revenue but we've never been given an opportunity to and and that takes time it takes you know any investment takes time so what we really need. Is those resources the infrastructure the ability to allow the the athletes to succeed? And all hope to put the game on a level where it has an opportunity to succeed. You know in two thousand twenty five years. If if women talkies generating revenue than maybe we go back to the table. And we say it doesn't generate revenue but to throw that out right away and say it doesn't generate revenue. It's an unfair statement before we started. You told us off air your your home with one of the kids sold. The House is quiet which is exceptional work. My kids are in bed still so the chaos has to get so. You've got this huge job that you're doing your mom your hall of Famer. Is it ever all kind of fit that you can sit back and go wow? I had an pretty incredible career or is that seem like a different world ago. Yeah it definitely seems like a world ago You know every once in a while you have an opportunity to to maybe be reminded of of what you did when your life belongs to you and now it's sort of all about the kids and and work and everything else but you know I wouldn't have it any other way it's You know I'm very much someone that I wanna live in the president and you know when I wake up in the morning. It's it's what's happening that day. And how do you get through the day? And how do you make sure everyone's taken care of and So sort of one day at time and I think in many ways that that's helped when things have been so chaotic over the last number of years. Alright Jamie we'll let your this prediction now. Now we're taping this podcast interview Tuesday more so okay. Young people may listen to this after Friday's showcase the three on three Canada versus the US. And they'll know the outcome but I mean we've so many podcast listeners. Jump on as soon as this thing is posted. So how about a quick prediction? How's this GONNA turn out the three three on Friday I? I would never vote against Canada so I I'm excited for my team are off there but I can guarantee you. It's going to be a good a good matchup for sure. All right well enjoy it. I know it's going to be competitive. I've been to many NHL ALL STAR Games. And I'm looking forward to it. I think it's GonNa be the highlight of the weekend. Thanks for doing this Gina. Thanks I appreciate it all the best. Jana thanks we'll talk to you soon. Okay well we know the WPA is in good hands with Jane Hefford as the Executive Director and rang. You can hear the passion right and the focus and the want the desire to you know. Bring Women's hockey to a place where deserves to be and not set a professional level and with Jane at the helm I think the future looks fairly Bright Wall. Pretty clearly talking to her. And you know and I know her a little bit through. Cami and She's really smart. She's really driven It's funny like the way she played. She was very very driven player now. It's the way she is now. I mean she's I really can't help but think man. It must be frustrating for the for the women to be working behind the scenes. And you can't speed things up as much as you want things to go faster and her quote from Billie Jean King that you know when you read history. It goes fast when you're living it. It goes slow. That's where You know I thought that was really really something to to latch onto but Janus a terrific person. She's super-busy right. Like all of us have busy lives. You know her and her partner a couple of kids so she's mom she's the executive director. She's doing commercials she's she. She got a lot going on and I. I know she'll do a great job and I hope I hope she comes in second place at the three hundred and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa have to give Cami the the word year upstairs that You Know Little More Strategy. We're going to have to work on strategy. Although like most things she doesn't quite listen to me anyway so far or pretends like she's listening has already fought out. Do you get that. Drake call the time. Were Cameo go? yeah got it you bet you later and then it gets done her way which is way better than my convoluted nothing. That's that I've proposed all. He was amused by our laundry conversation in episode fifteen. Where I her job was. What do you know about doing laundry? Which was offensive. Because I do a fair bit of laundry in fact got load in the washing machine. Right now is we're taping episode. Sixteen this is okay. This is a little glimpse into my. You know incredibly type personality. I came off the road. I was gone for eight days. I was in the house. I'm GonNa say twenty minutes before I went on to our cleaning binged house was clean. Yeah but but I needed to get the dishwasher loaded. Cami Cami didn't even get up. She's looking at me like Oh my God look at him like what I know. She's looking at me like sit down for five minutes and then all of a sudden I go upstairs. It occurred to me. I betcha there's laundry to do suren and she's like why wouldn't you leave that the later? I because I can't light to. This is awesome every week of the PODCAST. We ask you to send your questions into raindrops dot com ask grain dregs connects the world's here and it's timely with the all star this weekend in. Saint Louis and Friday. You've got the three on three women's challenge Canada taking on the United States question. One rate comes from Jackie. Jackie is wondering when we think a female will become an assistant or an associate coach and be behind the bench in an NHL game. I look I know that the NHL Steven walking tonight talked about this all the time. They're working towards that end goal of having a a female official on ice official. And that's going to happen in the not too distant future. Does that also apply to coaching? I don't see why shouldn't I don't think it'll be very long There is Their coaches excuse me. There are women now coaching and they're running their their own. Their college programs Major College Programs There now Through the Skill Development World. And we're seeing someone like Barbara underhill for example They're making significant contributions On a coaching level you have Hayley Wickenheiser who's in player development As one of her fourteen hats that she wears right. She's such a busy person but she's with the maple leafs when you see things happen on a big stage somewhere else. I think light bulbs go off in so in two weeks. The San Francisco Forty niners are going to play in the Super Bowl and Katie. Sours is a coach on the on the forty nine or staff and so it will be impossible not to notice. It will be one of the things with the two weeks between the championship games and the Super Bowl is. There's all times all kinds of time for stories to breathe and grow and Katie sours rightfully. So we'll be a story right now and I believe that will pop some light bulbs around professional sports. I think there will be a female coach on an NHL bench. And I think it will be sooner rather than later all right next question rate from Michael Chinese following up on your designated player idea wondering about how about a war Rewarding teams that. Do a good job of drafting and developing their own players and giving them maybe a salary cap break on their captain. He's thrown out. A percentage of fifteen percent when they sign their own players after their entry level contracts. He says that a rewards sound hockey team management and puts even more importance on scouts and Grafting H. L. Coaching Development. All of that not bad idea what I think of right away. Dregs is Kevin shoveled off in the Winnipeg jets for. She got into salary cap hell because they drafted too many good players. And I'm like why is that fair? Like how can that be that? You can't even afford sign your own players through their development and you drafted them and you develop them and if they wanna stay can't right if there is an exemption. It's perhaps you know this is a way to keep your own talent. I I like the idea. I think it would be far less complicated. And far more fan. Engaging to have a franchise player as opposed once you get into the drafting stuff. I think it's GonNa get convoluted. Some teams aren't GonNa you know you are rewarding. I get that but I think this is a way to free up. Movement around the League. By having a franchise player per year are one more from the mail bag and comes from lead. Lisa's with Sidney. Crosby back and performing so well raid in your opinion. Who is the best pure player in the National Hockey League today? Or would you say was mcdavid or pasternack maybe Nathan MacKinnon or someone else outside of Crosby? I hate these because like almost changes week to week. You know I mean with the with the depth of talent at that level. You're you're talking in the of course the absolute stratosphere of the game I would have a hard time in a seven game series. Picking Against Sidney. Crosby right now But then I'm like man. What a blockhead. I am for not picking Connor. Mcdavid pick somebody else besides Connor mcdavid and So I'm always going to pick the Centerman here so pasternak. Unfortunately one of my favorite players to watch. I just love the kid in the way plays he's going to drop to fourth in this conversation but one of the things that makes this even more difficult between Crosby mcdavid and McKinnon is. None of them would get pushed out of a series. Now like they're they just wouldn't and so I'm GonNa Take Crosby in a seven game series but as I say often I don't really like my choice because now I'm leaving mcdavid McKinnon and on the outside. I guess today like right now. I'll go crosby mcdavid McKinnon all right time for the are indy fantasy hockey pool update and man of. I got good news here. Good News for you. Good news for the podcast guys. In Europe it cool bit headquarters. They've been really enjoying the rain drugs. Hockey podcasts there. Feeling sorry for me as they should I'm so far behind in the hockey pool. Standings we've got that big dinner but in John. It's going to be expensive during World Hockey Championship. I'm picking up dinner for you assuming that you continue to roll along in the second half of the fantasy pool now. Cool is here to help me. They're now in Canada with their free to play website. Cool BET DOT CO. So they're gonNA come in here right if I'm correct rights. They're going to. They're going to sponsor the hockey pool and pick up the TAB for dinner and Switzerland. You know so. That means a win win. That means your yeah for you and I'm getting dinner either way which is great but that means like you. You have nothing to pay up okay. So you're what you're doing is angling for an amendment so almost a side deal to the bigger bet because in fairness and I'm not gonNA fight you on this your cool cool dot. Co is kind enough to to jump onto the gas as a sponsor and this is part of it. 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Co Quebec reminds you stay cool and always bet responsibly are. Let's check out the fantasy update for episode sixteen. I actually gained ground right. You have six hundred and fifty one points because of the the podcast recording here on Tuesday. I'm at six hundred and seven. Forty four point gap. It's not insurmountable. No but this is not like the rear view mirror in our cars. We used to have where they said the thing in the rear view mirrors closer than it appears. You're still way back while we're all way back with Kurt. Hamlin Erin Brewer first-half Winter Man. He's in the thick of things against Kurt. Hamlin continues to lead with seven hundred fifty two points. So you're just one hundred and one points behind Kurt. It's not that bad. Well it's not that good but I'm really just looking at you behind me and hoping you stay there. Yeah we always forget to check in on Landon landing used to give us updates. So maybe things aren't going as well for land. He's been a little quiet has been going on there. They've been pretty busy busy schedule so maybe he's just forgot. I'll check in with him. Thank you to cool bet dot. Co A. We have a lot coming up this week travel etc all kinds of shenanigans this week. What's your week? Look like and there's a couple of things we wanted to talk about in the final wrap up segment while my weeks looking good. Actually I'm no games I I'm taking a break on Wednesday so I'll be off Wednesday through Sunday when I jump on a plane for Nashville Cammy and the kids are off the Saint Louis on Thursday morning we're Camby's coaching the Khanate or the US side against Canada and three on three women's game we talk to Jayna Hefford about that as well and So they're gonNA go there and Camby's parents are going to be there and I'm going to be at home with my feet up Taking a a recharge break after the world junior travel and stuff so I'm looking forward to it now one thing. We don't see often. Want your thoughts on this an APP and while we were in the midst of of recording the podcast. Now too big deal but you know fights in practice. Don't often happen. Probably more infrequent in the morning skate but apparently the Chicago Blackhawks at their morning skate at a bit of activity as part of this with the captain. Jonathan Teves and Duncan Keith. Getting into a mini scrap. I like the gloves were off. I saw the video. I didn't see any haymakers zone or anything like that but when you see that kind of stuff particularly to stars one of them being the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. What does that tell you? Well tells me two guys were having a bad morning. Generally what happens is when the something breaks over a crack at practice. The first thought that comes through your head is what the is going on. And then you look and you make sure you know everybody make sure everybody. Kinda crowds around and make sure that nobody's really getting hurt because it's not really a fight. It's you know it's like a spat the skirmish and then you start to giggle when it breaks up because you know those two guys are going to have to you know going to have to make up a little bit now One of John Tortorella assistant coaches as Bradshaw. And when we were playing in Hartford Chauzy and I were pretty tight and we got into a fight at practice which of course everybody found hilarious because neither of US know how to fight and it was kind of like A. I duNNo. Pushy Chevy headlock. You sort of thing so. I come home from practice in my wife at the time says. Hey the shah's are coming over for dinner fantastic just fought. Bradtha practice and it's like well should I call and it'll be fine and it was of course it was fine but It is once breaks up it is. It is a giggle for everybody around. See I think I would hold a grudge and never happened to me obviously? Didn't play at that level but I feel like dinner. You know mere hours after having a scrap with someone teammate or anyone for that matter would be a challenge you simply hugged it owed and bygones are bygones his laugh. You're stupid you're just practicing. And he crossed. Check me or I slashed him or whatever. It might have been somewhere in the drill. You know the coaches are always like you got to compete you. GotTa you gotTa work and then in the somebody gets a stick up or catches somebody with an elbow and there you go all right. You got a busy week. Enjoy the downtime. That you have. I mean when you're running a household with gammy traveling. It's not exactly downtime right. It's not only the kids going with her. Oh well why? Aren't you on a plane somewhere or that would be a bad luck right. I'm not going to Saint Louis but I am going to Arizona. I'd like a COUPLA around this weekend. Actually there's a group of guys that are part of the Gulf group that I go on some trips within their at whisper rock and I saw her pictures and I was like. Oh boy no. I can't Palmetto no. You can't pull that off that that would be just That would be a terrible decision from plenty of time to clean the garage. All we'll be good. Okay full disclosure. Yeah let's hear it up because you're an ass that's why you brought it fair so we've got the company this company we got junk coming. We got a whole pile of stuff that we gotta get Outta here. Well they're coming at ten thirty which is in about twenty minutes so Cami drops the kids off at school. And I'm like okay. I gotta get some stuff out of the garage. She comes now. We're cleaning the garage for getting stuff out of the garage. We're putting in a pile. We're getting organized and all of a sudden I'm like I wonder what time and I look. And it's nine thirty one. I got about five text messages. Hey torches on the line. I'm like you old boy so I run downstairs so I was in the garage for the first question. I'm sure it was a decent question from you however I have as of right now. I don't know why I'M NOT GONNA lie so I'm thinking in my brain is I've asked towards question. I've asked him questioned two. I C you click into the link so I know you're there but I'm thinking there's a fifty fifty chance that he is screwed this up from technological standpoint. He won't have his microphone working. This is going to be a bockel but yet it came away flawless. You give me fourteen fifteen tries to figure something out and I can get it. And that's where I am with this technology to get online. All right buddy you get to the garage. We get clean and thanks for your time and have a good week. Yeah I have a great week. Drake's to everybody listening. Thanks let us know. Send a note. We hope you guys are enjoying the episodes and hope episodes sixteens a good one for you. We'll talk to you next week. 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The Wrestling Classic

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

2:29:39 hr | 1 year ago

The Wrestling Classic

"The two and Abramowicz. WELL THAT'S NOT A. There's no box of Gimmick wermer German. You don't deal over there. I was there Mr Bruce take. Yeah move the hangs near listening to something wrestle with Burchard Bruce. What's going on? Man How are you I am great. What the hell are we doing with our lives? Here's what we're doing our lives. We're doing two months between you Basically quickly being the the dark overlord professional wrestling and me trying to be the subculture of professional wrestling with star cast. Four and three thousand podcasts casts. Were doing too much sore dropping a random something to wrestle which aren't very hard last week. Took all mock Whitman to Baltimore hoping to record the show from the room you got busy with. WBZ stuff earlier in the week and we had to push it back and then star cast happened. Aachen break away so we had a little well A classic replay for television show on the WW network. Where we talked about Vince Russo? I'm sure that got people stirred up. But we're here today to deliver to you that we promised. Must this past Friday. The Wrestling Classic Watch long from nineteen eighty five. This is before Bruce was ever there so what we want to encourage you to do is kick kicking old school with us today a huge tournament. This is primitive. WWF as you've probably ever seen in your life we're going to have a little fun with this and we're going to do a watch along long so far up your ww network type in wrestling classic. It's from November. Seventh Nineteen ninety-five. It's two hours twenty six minutes and Bruce if you want to give us a camp down we'll get going baby almost say five four three two one play when I say play. Then you hit that bad boy. I'm all zeroed out on here. I got my little little little hand with the finger. Yes it's it's on the play Button Arrow thing in the middle of the screen. So you ready. I'm ready every. Oem Five five four. Three two one play by gone already. I am loving this. Because it's the old the symbol of excellence in Sports. Entertainment the world wrestling. Federation of that Falcons Signature. Look there's a strip around the words at the bottom. This is such primitive television here. I'll wrestle wrestle vision. Dude this is great and how about the black inside of the black. Oh there's a Rolls Royce. How about that? They're giving away a Rolls Royce on this show and then we're running down the participants and your rapid fire Dr do worse associations with these. Finish out Well their their dogs Sorry Eh Scotch. Koch and Beautiful Rolls Royce by God. That was Jim. Barnet's Rolls Royce really. That was dooms. That was Jim Barnett through my. I've got a Rolls Royce. So he can give it away as long as you pay me. Oh so that was the gimmick. He wanted to sell it. And how Vince to pay more for it and I guess events could run off. I love the answered in God. Damn Rosemont Horizon God. This looks like picture and how about look at all those empty sates behind vans. Boy that Shit would never stand today would it. Oh Hell no not at all but I think that the the Tuxedo still stands in a corner by itself L.. YEAH WE WON'T WE WON'T ASK. Why how about this old school board? We're going to see here dude. This is first of all this lady. Here here's this must have been the original baby doll. She's taller than Vince. He's about the dunk on his ass. Holy Shit in. That would never fly today. And of course Lord Alfred Hayes here with of Vincent Kennedy and Thence Harrah's absolutely perfect and I'll tell you vincent we've got this tournament here and I'm talking with my hands because my hands have such bad arthritis that I can't hold them. SHAFRAN has fucked up hands man but I have no. WHO's this chick? She's got a pointer or that's what I was wondering. As are we going to see her. Use the poor near or as a well rope gonNA use his own well while God. It's not not big enough for the whale rope. Of course. Adriana dominance in Corporal Kirscher dynamite affirmative Nikolai eat my crotch put ski blah. Dogra in the Macho Man. Ricky steamboat and Davey boy. Maybe Brian Blair I will humble Beyon- fuck you an aside Schick at J. D. D Mooney doggy spots Terry Funk Tito Benedito magnificent one Monaco the fuck is in less. Randy's dad and coarser dress is blocking Paul orndorff there at the bottom. ooh Fuck Shy. Kirwin car will must have shot this the ship behind Lord Alfred Coming Undone like this blue backdrop. Oh and here we go Basil de Vito Ed Cohen. By God. So Basil's on the left on the right Well that's actually Ricky steamboat. Gene Oakland. I'll come on let me see here. okay Basil's the one. That's in the shot right now right next to Jean. Okay as Basil Tomato Than Ed Cohen. I guess is holding the ball is this. Yeah there's Ed Cohen got good. Good Shot Ed. Maybe I see for my fortune cookie. Ha How about randy savage said when she saw when he's alive and positive. That ain't no good now. Is it get Outta here. Who in the Gay Queen you know for zero? They're are- it's an era now such production value. This how six say how you know giving you all this changed and the company and what you know about Vance today there you go. That's Miller time. Jack Tunney the Chevy days. Ah Jack Chubby days. All the way up to the any model lost a little weight. But Jack Tunney here and Jacqueline from around the world exact here to talk to us about a reverse mortgage and you to I don't even know what reverse mortgages but you know what I'd buy one from him. That's where where she sits on top and face never mind okay So this is so fun to watch just because of the production value the difference like even the graphics you know they're less than perfect and you know the big board and the shot and the background with all the empty seats when I watched this for the first first time ever. I don't know maybe about a month ago. All of this stood out more than the actual wrestling which is just remarkable because you know the WWF Afrin and now WBZ event such attention to detail for production. Was this just before Vince had the staff to do it or for or he was more hands on. Was He more hands off here. I don't know you weren't here. But what do you think calls the change to for it to be as meticulous as it is now. You also have to understand that this in comparison to every other broadcast out there at the time people were going Holy Shit looked at the production value of this. Oh my God. They've got a blue drape behind the commentators here and they've actually got red. You know. Follow on their microphones and things of that nature in and it's the production value for the time. Nineteen eighty five was so far ahead of its time. Then when you look at it now thirty some odd years hours later what thirty five years later. Holy Up Faye Man. It's who's Jimmy in the ring with is this Adrian Yeah sorry and Howard Finkel with hair before Seis Verlaine. By the way they bill Adrian here as something stupid. He's built like two hundred forty something pounds or two hundred and fifty pounds and it's like Nah he may have been about two he may have been about two fifty here. Snow is Adrian had no legs out why he was billed as being five eleven miss thinking like Rick Flair was built at like two forty something. There's no way they're the same height. Come on yeah well. Rick was never to forty What you're saying? See you at me. Now Corporal Kirscher making his way to the rank. You know the first time that I ever met Mike. Kirschner was in Japan when he was doing the leather face gaming yes. I don't think a lot of our listeners are familiar with that that this is the exact same. I'm gonNA tell everybody about the leather face alter ego of corporate Kirschner in Japan. Kind of like Memphis Tennessee. They had a fixation with horror not but horror first horrors. Laurer I and it's funny because the first time that I met my Kirscher I was with Terry Funk who told me the story for the first time about chainsaw Charlie on the bus in Japan and looking at Corporal Kirschner and saying Damp Richard. I'll tell the story about this guy chainsaw Charlie who terry later became in. WWe As a tag team partner for Cactus Jack but Mike Kirschner had a gimmick in Japan as leather face and he wore the whole gamut gimmick like leather faced in Texas chainsaw massacre carried a chainsaw to the ring and would take the chainsaw and put it against the ring post sparks sparks fly and all this shit and Mike was pretty damn crazy might spend a little time in a Japanese jail forgetting UNIM- fight in Roppongi so he lasted and he made it out the other side but man Mike Kirsch irs one of those guys that nobody wanted to fuck with well understandably wouldn't WanNa fuck with somebody named weather face. Well yeah or my cursor and of course being in the rain with Adriana Donaldson Adrian. Probably think if you were to ask any of the guys of that time they'd probably tell you that Adrian was one of the sweetest guys that they ever met and just a wonderful wonderful. Just good one of the good guys. Flares told me that he thought Adrian was one of the best wrestlers he ever worked with until I got heavy and even when he was heavy he was still one of the best not as good as when he was for example. I'll call this fighting weight. Men Adrienne could go when he could go with anybody. Zari here is this older felon. Oh some old Probably from Illinois Athletic Commission by delay. This ring I know we've got the sound turned down but this is I think what what you or coordinate would call a southern bump and ring. Every time they fall Paul Man. This is one noisy ring. Let me see if I can pick up a little bit of the sound here. See now you're making me do to guts personified different. The atmosphere considerable right now on receiving. Oh Yeah yeah definitely. It's a tinny any rain too because you can not only do you hear the boards and the bumps but you can. You can hear the metal. clanking to very I call those a tinny rain echos off the concrete floor and just reverberate. There's no pads around the ring and noticing the corner. There's no traditional WWF turnbuckle It's just looks like taped up. Yeah actually looks like an old boxing ring. Look at the turn. Buckles aren't even turn buckles chains. You got turned in buckles on three sides and chains on The foreside Oh wonder. DT That was even before DT was DDT went win lose. Well there you go the finish Jake was doing it. Any team by eighty five was not. Yeah I think he was pretty sure he was here. DDT Not cruel but fair. Yeah it's pretty client like that though but she had got the job done and out through the fans that goes with orange jackets security holy shit you fucking up. Every single shot tons and tons of of security and by the way the replay flaws in here. And here it is. Here's your DVD DT. To how how. How did he wear those times? All she had already had a job. That old ref had job. Yes yes he did by God and he made it to three wasn't even a Bronco Lubich count with his foot and Kirshner trying to kick out a three. I guess that was the way Gospel like the Capital or heat. Fuck yeah second longer man. I would've I wouldn't have got me see now. Atri tree see. Adrian looks normal there. It's just you saw them in real life from the from the waist up really from the top of this is is up man. He was huge. Baby go ahead. I'm sorry well I mean what's what's amazing to me is in this shot. It's only Jimmy left everyone else's going. Oh my God. They'll probably be a lot of that tonight. That's just sad but this was this. Is Adrian coming right off of the tag team with the Dick Murdoch. The North South connection. Whatever the hell they were called yeast due east West with Jesse the body? Ventura they release West Connection. I think he was the north South connection with Dick Murdoch but Murdoch and left and Adrian's are all alone now. Sought Adrian was just a much better single draw. Anyway this and see this is bad when you can't even tell who the guys are from the wide shot. Well that's not of my killing laughed and Cole off on the right Volchkov. Yeah so is he gonNA sing. Yes God yes I know all. Were you know that right I do. You taught them to us and even showed off at Jimmy's famously food. I did in Sanguine Nikolai and he. He had forgotten the words and I ahead to teach it last time. Singing the song to ride with us at Jimmy's I think it was. I do think that that it was last time. And I found comrade. I found my flashing hat in the move and my wife repaired Jerod so that it can actually be job pretends to Casey Crossbar. The big actress as doc but Dr J. J. J. No dot McCartney John My ass and obeys so he's saying too long you draws it out to. It's outrageous songs over. I sang all the words. He I'm just saying to slow down on my kid. Going up top hallmark. God Fly drop kick from the top rope. This was over already. NUTTY folks already over Nikolai Volkov. Lemonade that quickly by God. Way To put your time in guys. He's like matches like that. Howard ankles waving them off a Nikolai didn't even get out of his gear didn't even get out of his damn shirt gets paid the same though so okay yes but I guarantee you? That shirt hasn't been washed. I at least three weeks at that point saying Nikki could be a little stinky topper here by the way. I look at the referee. If you've just went to the nursing home and rounded up guys and had them referees these guys here because I recognize this guy these are all Illinois State Athletic Commission referees. You know what I know. This referee I was talking to Tazewell him the other day. This is Kripke for Jones. All crypt keeper. Oh Shit there he was about to explode on. My head was huge out there. What shape he's in my? Oh I I saw the vascular Goddamn says 'cause you sir. Oh my gosh the here we go look at this his robe for Macho man early savage. Dude yeah these are these are still Kentucky Robes back in the day. I'm GonNa play the audio from this. I'll lay out for this. Six game. Yours is up next than you've got moly Ivan and ooh man how come I can't hear laudatio I duNno I made it so Because I thought you were going going to do it. But we'll all do it. Then Conroy over again you gene causes GONNA do. We're GONNA do the thing one thing we gotta do tonight in that right. Liz Her talk. You're talking too much already on the does the talking. I know you are Macho Man. You're going to be a king in a few short years. There's elated me. The champion cure about that. Jean me because the macho land is is the come tonight. I'M GONNA be much jewel man year brother rate year in Chicago. Freak out freak out bueller St Louis Obscene. I got war thing. Yeah okay. I'm out of breath. I love promos too long. Well just the Macho mance if you're going to have gog along on Promo don't you want it to be him breakdown on because they can go a long long time just as Lisbeth Lorraine he talked too much. She'll yeah nobody wants to hear you now. This is what he was talking about his endurance. Well they I know Oh forget sorry. Ivan Putt Ski. We've really talked about Him and his cheer. You're in here on. The show is chilling chilling. It's chilling pulszky. You know back. In the day and Paul Paul bots used to always say about Ivan penske this version of Ivan Husky that when Ivan left Texas and went to New York to work for. Vince McMahon. Senior Vinson's Dad. And I even got involved in the bodybuilding world and and came back all trimmed down all cut up this version of Ivan and had him speaking perfect English when he when he had left in was the hottest this thing one of the hottest ever in Texas territory where he had the underwear cut out and all that shit and the long hair and the big gut anyone anyone oddball Beninese Ski Chepachet and only spoke Polish and we used to bring in interpreters and shit to interpret his promos in he would talk about being in the concentration camps and when they would come in all Paul and I would and they would tell these stories about crying in the concentration camps because of the gases they would smell his children and things of that nature just disease unbelievable stories and when he went to New York. He comes back and Paul's all happy. You Know Hey I've punky returns the Houston wrestling. And he looks like like this and he goes up to do a promo with him and he thinks that Ivan's go into Da Da and all that Bullshit Ivan goes well Paul. I will tell you something buddy you know. I've been out and bed traded really hard in this perfect English. A fucking fuck in Texas accent and nothing about the lovable Ivan Husky Eaten Candy and playing with dolls. Shit he was dead while you say in New York killed Ivan Patzke. Here's his corpse. This is not going to be the the The classic two out of three falls match. You're hoping for here where we hoping for two or three fall classic match. No Yeah. I've never quite actually ever seen Ivan and one of them class at their matches that everybody is talking about a nine and a half stars and in in Krakow Poland or anything that we this is pretty much live in plus key match. They haven't touched yet but he's going to get his time in those that's it. Yeah you've pretty much seen all of them that he had the poll Shammar course name for his gimmick. Well can't say that Actually seeing the gimmick but the Gamay was the poll. I heard that You're gimmick when you were back in your Raslan days it was it was Thanos. I don't know that he would snap and it was over. And if you're looking to last a little longer you need Baluchi Dot Com C.. COLUCCI DOT COM has. The world's first chewable has the same active ingredients as both Magar the Alice. And because the chewable it can work faster than those other alternatives. And it's cheaper because you get to skip the in person doctor's visit instead you get to work for the blue cheese dot com affiliated position right on the right dosage and the active ingredient. That's best for you and it'll take a few minutes to connect so if you qualify you can get prescribed. uh-huh very quickly all online and get to skip the awkward conversation all the waiting in line at the pharmacy instead. 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Nah I can like it just like they can. But that's him he's there. He's getting ready to give a speech that's in this. You're being you being. Does that. Not Look like him. No in the right corner learned the tank. Top there with a little buggy whip arms. It looks like it looks like Shaw. MARKLE's no doesn't John Michaels head blonde hair. Oh yeah puts. He's done got one. Two three foot on the rope stood manner get the fuck Outta Dodge. They'LL TORONTO PAT PAN out. I gotta go. Are you telling me. That's not him that doesn't look like I'm not him. I think I think it's in a source told me that's Kim. I got sources. Maybe I just got a source. Yeah I don't know why that's why you turning that into maybe I just outsource Bravo cirque unless your staff and I'm just sore in general I don't know They'll give up. There are a whole year for Schnee. Munchu listening in. Check it out as you finish. Nobody's listening to poor Ivan. No they're not look at the referee in this one looking at the camera off center from the ring. Well that's just a happenstance. I what the fuck is she wearing. Is She amish. I'll now I'm really surprised. Events allow this to happen. They're dead bid DAD's bed check J. J. F.. How how do you not know who that lady? Yes I I have in fact I know I just like being able that. They're shooting off the the carton there and you got the guy to the left of you. The Security Camera and why I did Nikolai Police Surena. Because he didn't get to show off his body earlier. And that is one bobby that you WANNA show off. I'll tell you that right now I think down the saying also awesome right there. Oh goodness in this gracious. This is absolutely terrible but actually it's moving at least at least the matches are short in. Its Moving Saez. KNOB is Audacious is the Halloween hand-me-down whatever it was and let the the commentators got back to us is here. People are smoking in the audience and no one's on their phone because it doesn't exist. Yeah what what. The Hell is wrong with this picture. Man Signs on the grand the crowd. This man yes it is but notice you know here even in eighty five. How much yellow and red you see in the ground? Yeah that was a hot time man it was a it was opposing time by God little fellers back behind Meltzer there. He's got his red yellow shirt on in his BANDANNA. Let's talk about this lineup here ricky. The Dragon steamboat and the British bulldog Davey Boy Smith. I incredible talent the matches and I. Yes it is. This is ricky man. All the way live ricky had just viewed in the company. I think and was was still relatively new but it was A. It was a damn good ricky steamboat. I must say. But he's got his Kung Fu shoes on which I don't know oh how in the fuck after all those years where boots and he could work in those things see ricky's not real crowding man unlike me. He's not a real karate man like me now. He's working crowding man. The Ain't never got no black Belt Hall of fame three times I got I got shit up. Man found it. Yeah I got that Shit. Commend you to post pictures. We need to see the world needs to know about your hall of fame. Ary You know what man I don't know that everybody. I put that out there Aaron than everybody gets jealous. They give back as three times. I think I'm the only three-time hall of Famer ever in the history of the hall of fame of three time in the black belt thing just say I don't want her pizza. SEALANTS county like my new office. Well I gotta be invited. Come see you. You're invited. Come on a busy this week. What the fuck see I invited you and then you don't WanNa come rubber ducky on the thing? RMC RMC in the next month November. Okay come on about the front face lock here. A SMUT cut from face lot too so I was gonna say this looks like a UFC style on what are you. What do you make of Ricky's footwear here. That's what I'll start mass conflicts. Ooh I'm just saying like he only barefoot. Yeah he only warmed like in this era very ninja-like how much of this was was influenced lowest by the popularity and I'm not joking here of Kung Fu movies in the mid eighties. o- hundred percent like T- man. It just feels feels like you know. I remember my dad every weekend going and renting more Kung Fu movies with the horrific dubs but there was another one every week and you know consumers consumers were were thirsty for karate style content by the way. That's the finish. It's a flying dick to the ropes and the referee waves off offices as Dick's no good. You GotTa wait a minute off any split you. And then ricky wants the Iraqis Decima Haizhu. Adecco came in. Let me check your checkout conor dude. I Know Kung Fu look at my shoes. I'll put if you want. I'll put me your penis between my toes here and I'll give you dixie. Pr With Montas. Say but lay a cape full came full tonight. I don't know what to fall. I'm going to do and ricky saying do if there was a chewable that could could make nick hard would be ready when you're ready even if you lost the match earlier tonight by hitting your deck on the road well they're gonNA replay it should but they're going to look at the hairline will Nagara that's worse than Casio kid before he tapped out. Oh my God why well I am any orange jackets. Do we had down all of them. Okay here we go nice standing. I mean I like when they just hold the suplex to. I don't know why but that was always impressive to me. Stay main verticals play. Yup Look the movement on that canvas with everybody. It's just all over the place. One of those southern wrassling bump and rings. Yeah this is before the Andrea. Make this damn thing sturdy in uniform remove ricky move. Ricky won't be long now. Oh my God i Bet Jay strongbow came this finish. Oh Yeah Right. In the way we what a shot shot there of his ass in him grabbing his penis. Yeah and it's an extended shot which just tickled me all right J. D. The bulldog go out with the pitas shot to the head and how about it and nineteen eighty five. The Look. Look I mean dogs in great shape here but Jesus Christ man there's somebody that could rival Hogan and the popularity it would have been dog. What a great fucking Promo with Atavism? Gene can't do J. Y. D. boys because it was it was all deep but it was. It was Kinda like that Barry White Little snoopy dog in there too. I did a good job with that. Well he got to the white voices still little raspy because drinking. I'm drinking carbonated beverage right now. Now which makes would which is not as good as drinking the non carbonated beverage. Tell the truth you drinking a diet coke zero Diet Coke Zeros now now now I still do dot coke but it's it's one of the many I got seven point. Five fluid ounces. Why even fucking Tuck in bothering with that for health reasons for health reasons? Yeah of course do last time. I saw you doused your entire body in Korean barbecue sauce. So it's a he shouldn't that's Chelsea. Jesus stay moat. Ricky steamboat doesn't eight. Asian food no but he knows if you doubt yes he does no no. He doesn't eat maryalice Tennessee. He probably eats like fucking squirrels and raccoons. Now why would he squirrels raccoons. He married the woman from Tennessee. That's what they eat there. They coons squirrels. Yes what about pet coons now oh. Jr they don't nobody has a pack here. I don't even think it's PC's say that let's just scale it back and just say the only coon we talk about as Matt and we hate him yes how about grabbed him. Kyi Be Yeah. We'll get all day case bail and later. He grabbed him snack aches. And that's why you're great. Close personal friend Dave meltzer would refer to him as the junk-food dog. Well what Dave jump Out of his ringside seats. Somebody probably game that ticket for and so that the dog's face dog say right now where they said that with of his ass for to be jokey dog. I will choke you with four to my jacket and I- humble you. Oh she like dog though then pointy ass shoes and shit man that that it would hurt to you get you get one of those like curl toes stuck in your eye or your ear. That could that could leave a massive scrape. I'm telling you right now. Komo Scott. What's referees name? That's a Kripke for Jones. How could you forget? Kripke Jones. His real name. mm-hmm was okra keeper. Johnson but he had to change it. Because you know I look at them up in the phone book exactly. WHOA how long have we in the business before you had an unlisted number because back in the day that will something that you had to request We'll see I was really early popular young man I I had to do. That is is kid. I was unlisted. From the time I was like eighteen years old so says you had a phone Iran. Listen correct I thought because that's there was there was a status to that. Hey what's your number. I can't tell you man list otherwise people could just look you call four one. Say Yeah I need. Please connect me to Bruce Prichard in band there through. They're talking to you. Nobody needs at what nothing. I'd say anything we think about the full Nelson. Should we have the full. Oh my gosh. That's an interesting way to reverse out of it. Just throw your boat ride. News is Dick well. Yeah there's Damn clothesline for shaky to stop to. Can you not get some custom shoes. That are like she. Thank you baby. Boots with the curly toes. Well we could. That cost extra how. `bout how `Bout J. Widen. This is one thing that I I like to to bitch especially especially old-timers that that actually they can be can-do Almelo got kicked out of the seat and the real ticket holders showed up. He was probably Tom Domin matches. Yeah they say he's gone now. Now you're sitting there with Wade. Keller thing when that guy look it now know a little bit shaky shaky. Those are extra but Jay has got the boots zip. They got a zipper up the side so he he laces motherfuckers wants and then zips them up the rest of the Todd Lazy Man Boot. Yeah I heard Jake Roberts once explain and how many minutes he spent a week lacing unlicensed boots and he did the math on it and he said if I do this for twenty more ears I will have wasted X. number of days of my life and he that day decided to or boots they can just pull on exactly jake went to the wwe. He had just the boots cowboy boots he wore all. That's what I mean. He went to those and then Vince wanted him to wear the Leisa boots that were snaky I don't he didn't WanNa do it. and that's when Vince. He's okay I want you to wear tights not the karate path or wanted to be neon colored with a snake down the sad glad and I want you to wear lace of boots that are made out of snake print and Jake said well I don't want to carry a snake to the ring and he's on a likes likes thanks. I don't want to do any of that. They said well. I've got a position that pays double what you're doing now but that's what's going to happen so magically he got overall for all that how about the here he is Terry Fox himself and the WWF. How Fun and rare is this to see Terri faulk WWF? He's telling Gino. Oh you know your mother's a whole and if you look right now gene got Choon back down my lip but house. They walk me to be crazy ass cowboy. It's not a stretch for me because my gone I know your mother her and I'm GonNa go out in shock ago. Touted is a and I am going to take every one of those or and spit my tobacco juice all right. There's by the way if you notice there is a liens in front. There's a piece of glass or plastic in front of the Camera Lens because it's moving independently of the camera. Everything about this as primitive and fun. And here's your boy she. He's my full moondog spot. You in spot. I heard you still Mike Hamas together. We did what I was told. Well that would that would be untrue. That's all Larry Late. The Mesa tendency I heard that you and ham would get together and make omelets Baloney Omelettes. Well Alayne UNROADWORTHY Baloney Omelette. You're disgusting motherfucking human. Why a Bologna Omelette? You've never had a Bologna. I'm never going to one on this. Baloney fucking disgusting. Oh my God man Fried Bologna with mustard. I WANNA fuck it. Never be your friend now. Do there's nothing better than a fried Bologna sandwich with mustard yellow mustard. Not any of that Brown bullshit. Oh really see. Terry's tell Dilatot Moondog spot right now all we have to do. Is I some Bologna. And if we get some Bologna Fried in the pad and then you put yellow mustard on it. I got egg sucking dog. Abner your official. That's a skinny ass. Dave hefner right there too. Goddamn look at him. Terry's trying to convince all spot spot dog moon to to go out of the rain and we'll both. Oh Th- be counted out. Yeah that's his gimmick as he said let's split the money and we'll just both be handed out so they're out together and the rest going to start the count. Sounds like a good plan to me. It sounds like some shit you would pitch as fall. God Damn you bastard astor. I'm going to double cross you and I'm getting back into the hell are you God damn it. I don't want to win this match. I gotta work again then and Terry Funk oh wait a minute wait a minute spot. Dog Moon made it in time. How about at that silly shift finish? I gotTa tell you that was a great finish out. There was creative. But let's run through this so far Gaza we've already seen six matches four minutes the second three minutes three minutes three minutes. Seven seventeen seconds and now we're on to our next one. Which of course will be our next to last? First round match `tatoes Santana taking on the magnificent Morocco. Now you gotTa admit so far this just this segment right. Here is better than anything on Halloween havoc at Halloween havoc. What are you talking about? Whatever they shit is? You made me watch if you weeks ago. Oh Yeah nineteen eighteen hours of my life. I will never get back. I blocked in. Some of our fans are still listening to Howard. Finkel now with someone opened my microphone in. Cue Me come on now. The winner of this contest Larry Leith on. He's a nice old guy still around. I don't know that's fine now not need put in that. Google Larry Larry's passed on about sixteen years ago for slow Shit. I missed him. That's terrible it was only fifty fifty one did. Yeah it was nude. He died in the ring at Jerry. lawler's birthday bash. NO IN MEMPHIS. I knew Jerry lawler killed a lot of towns but I did not know he. He'll moondog spot. Let's fucked up. We gotta ask him about the next time. I'M GONNA ask him about that next Monday. So here you go the rock the original rock. How do you prefer your rock and wrestling? Cindy lauper dwayne Johnson or John Morocco. We also GotTa go back to the original rock and roll express or you could go to just the buck rock enroll zoom Hav a lotta roles in ear so you know what fuck them Down the rock. Morocco aren't how do you get. How did he get the rock out of his name? His last name is Morocco Morocco's Wyant but rock is right in the Middle Ma. Oh are on the outside but it surely rock or like Rack Morocco Morocco. Well I mean you. You shouldn't be something different to know. Shouldn't Ariba Tito Santana. You WanNa know something that Tito never had the opportunity to do that bell man but yeah original a c never ever had the opportunity to have launched punch Avia and I happen to know for a the fact that that is one of the biggest regrets of his life really the rock. Tear that shirt off. Could you line it up. I know someone who knows someone who had launched which public Pashto via if you were to count. How many times ricky stint Ricky steamboat? Goddamn at Tito Santana. On Morocco worked holy up Faye. They had a few matches in their day against one another. What a hell of a damn issue they had back in the day? I don't know that you've seen yeah. I don't know that I've even shown me but then I show you that I I found the old intercontinental. Will this one no not this one the one before. What was one before you know the one that Pat Patterson Capterra on Pedro and Morocco hand? That's not this one. No Oh shit yeah it can I have it. I gotta say that could be like my housewarming gift. 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He's not very babyfaced. Like with all them face kickings. Well they've got a lot of history here between all the Rock Rocky Dhabi machi Iraqi and Tito Santana. But here's the little things. Okay I'M GONNA get into innocent. My pet peas pisses me off nowadays. Look at Tito Santana's boots when the camera comes around you'll see the phone. You'll see that. They are laced perfectly. In addition they are tied tied in a knot in the corner and laser cut deep down inside of the boot Cedo see any loose laces their uniform. They're absolutely perfect. Is Yes Socks come out exactly the same hike on both both boots. The uniform his kneepads pulled up the way they should be as trunks there. He's got is his string inside of his trunks where it belongs. So what I'm Rocco's he'll he can have his out that's professionalism look at the fucking boots that's a professional term. Just saying wait a minute. You just let Ricky steamboat wrestling. Goddamn God them footy pajamas. Did you hear I said about his. I said I hated them. But you know but but ricky not when he did wear boots worn properly. So you're saying these days. A lot of the boys are not lessening their boots to your satisfaction. No they're not and they don't they don't put the same car aren't they. Don't put the same kind of thought in just into the way they look at every little fucking detail that the old pros man before you even walked out of the locker room you ahead. deb Your Shit together. The old timers wouldn't let you walk out of the Locker Room dammit. You're saying there is a power slammed before they were power slams. The fuck was at. What do you mean that was a Finnish? Yeah what's the referee looking at Tino. Know it wasn't the finish after all on what was that. Mr Foo Gotten balled damned. The referee called him the. I'm no Foodie. Yep Mr Assert Mr Foggy and Howard thinkings or in in Spanish senior Howard. Think Lace Ace. He never had Either out Tito Tito fucking knows man that fucking Cain right there and he did something. The camera completely missed it but you could see. It was late arriving. Crowd is all those seats now. Filled up capacity crowd here. Rose Mama Horizon Tonight. Forty thousand plus hanging from the rafters. At least look at the fuck and triceps on Goddamn Rocco. He's a big an inside cradle. Gets the win fucking they why because inside cradle beat a man's ass. There's right next. Up Is our last first round tournament. Mass is going to be Paul. orndorff in Bob Orton But first tooth with man look at this duo. Is that to the best of all time ever on camera. Well that in fact that story members only jacket the last member Izzy. I don't want I don't even know if that's a real members only jacket and they may have been a rip off. How do I mean who ripped off remembers? Only jackets certainly made to look wait a minute. That's not even a real rolexes weren't yeah that Israel Rolex Muslim yet is a some bullshit. Now that's Real Rolex Alex and he's got his B H little little pinkie finger thing and but the members only jacket was not a real member. I don't think it is not like a bullshit. King Midas just relax because that is not A day later a day. Just well. It's a Rolex yes it is. How about that goal Cheney's ran Dan? He's almost wearing a like a choker. We'll ask out his his name in Hebrew. By the way. Do you know what it means. Twenty warning nineteen if a girl. Where's the choker necklace like that? What does it mean? Maine's fuck enroll. Todd son won't like Bobby's got no just in a half years ago. That was like the thing. There's still some girls hanging onto that and they're nice girls and how how. How would you know I know this? Okay there were. There were three years ago when I was single. I don't know what they're doing. Twenty nine twenty nineteen specifically a friend. That told you this because if that friend is Dave Silva Lemme Lemme tell you from personal experience. His information is probably dead. Ass fucking wrong well wait diminish what are you talking about. I'm just saying that Dave lies and doesn't know what the fuck he's talking about most of the time. Maybe it's just the thing people named Dave. Okay I didn't know Dave Silva's a liar you're saying a liar I'm saying Dade Sill does full of Shit. Why no for sure? That's not true because he blew up the production bathroom therm. We had two people in Baltimore take shifts that were so incredibly offensive then it cleared out the entire production office. Why would you allow him to do that? I wasn't wasn't in there but one I but one of them was Dave Silverio. Guess who the other one was Matt. Kuhn no he's been a gas on one of our shows maybe more than one and someone else who was a guest on our show once told the story that this person's flatulence was so so bad. They had to sell the car. He fired him. I don't know the Blue Meinie. Oh God yeah well imagine gene when those gates of hell separated and whatever was stuck inside of there was allowed to escape out. Snow told the story that when he was training many that many would would ride with him and he would hit towns with him and he would rip ass and do his cloth seats of this automobile mobile and he says that it was so horrific the gas smells but he had to sell the car and no one would even by the car because when they come check it out there was just overwhelming. Do smells that. He could not for breeze away and that was before breeze. Yeah so this is There there you go the Blue Guy or monkey blue in the face trying to hold your breath because of his his his crazy levels of duties mouse. So you allowed the Blue meany in days sill of both to use your facilities and they both just destroyed your production area quilt. You know I'm a sucker for that. I don't know if you remember Jeff Jew here from duty truck dot com years ago. took a shit so absurd upstairs in my house This fucked up the plumbing for the whole house like I had to hire multiple plumbers to come out and undo what he did. It's always good when you have a house guest who comes and says I'm sorry to bother you. Do you have a plunger Bobby Heenan when I went through To look at a condo many many years ago bobby came with me and he asked the guys who walked in and he says yeah. You got a bathroom I can. I can just use real quick nick and bobby disappeared into the bathroom. And it's the place is empty. It's not that big of a place. All you hear is Oh oh came out. And that was the first thing he asked. He said Do you have a plunger and and the guy looked at me and looked No I don't his first. We should probably go. I don't I don't think this place is who and he didn't really do anything. But it was a good rib but jude messing up your house. That's nice and I'm GonNa live here for a long time as you know and my my plumbing may never be the same. I never. I never did that at your house. No you always went downstairs and you would descend it right into the foundation. Exactly you're lucky. Get washed washed. You had a routine I did. I would go downstairs I would. I would get up. I would walk out of my sweet and I would go go right into the elevator and I would take the elevator all the way down to the last floor. Way Down to the bottom and I would get out and I would make the trek to the to the doodoo haven and I would. I would go poop and it had nice little day I would get my hiney unwashed and then I would walk in to the Tanny thing and I would tan and then I would go from the tanning booth into the gym and I would ride my bike for forty five minutes and then I would go upstairs and bay claim the sweat and they do. The duty was cleaned cleaned from the ASS. Washer in the toilet in the Bottom floor across from the flare sweet well back down the hall from their player. WHO's a whole was down the hall but that was in a whole different wing of the house? Why did you make a half sound Gargantuan? Why are you doing because it is fucking walking Gargantuan? My house was smaller than near the house. Not even close yet. My my my house could fit in it. Your lower level still have room. Are you talking about my colon. Your lower level down there what is at the third or the fourth floor. I always just forget because you got all those. The the one elevator goes down all on. How many the bars do you have in your house? I don't know what type of question is that. Well okay let me just say. How many bars do you have in your house? I don't know why honestly one two through four five six the just six okay six. That's five more than I have in mind. How much snowden gives her house? I bet you're gonNA be me there. I bet you haven't yet but I bet you that I got more fucking leaves fallen than Oh la Mort went right on on his. PCP that why. Why didn't that match stop well? Because he can continue see. And you may not know this. But Bob Morton had his PP and a cast. Oh ooh make sense. He didn't have Internet. Bless you he had a permanently hard day when things are explain logically logically make sense by the way. Do you think Just looking at Paul orndorff from heat sort of fashioned himself as a body builder manscaping back then absolutely league But if only he had manscaping to manscaping wouldn't have any of those Nixon cuts that he had back then. If you only use landscape how easy it would be a story story about whenever you've hurt your boss manscaping. Well here's the deal Conrad when us. Some of them clippers that it or not for your private area. There's a good chance that it could get snagged were especially. If they're of an older age they can get snagged can cut you in. 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Don't do it now whether you want your. I know that's why you mean skate. By the way how about in the second round quarterfinals. If you will we're going to get a rematch with Randy. Savage and Ricky steamboat coming. Tom Exciting well actually. This is not this is the first match versus the rematch the rematch who've been recipe three and then they probably went back to remember that match the wrestling classic the classic so therefore we gotTa have another classic. It's classical wrestlemania three okay. You're I apologize. Yeah there you this this pointer. Here thing is hilarious because for how I mean the graphics for this do and there's just velcro these are just regular pictures. They got printing one hour photo down at the CBS about fog with his back to they wouldn't just randomly walking in higher. They done shooting yet now in the light. Look at look at the dude looking around the corner. The lady looking around the corner gas picking can his nose on camera tremendous in this is up in the second tier of I recognize it now now because they're shooting out there a little more than just a second here where the the second story of the dressing rooms there and the old Rosemont horizon guys used to go up and they're in the basically early in the little covey. The vomit. Oriel Oriel thing was that I don't think that's a real word you don't I think what's a real word vomit. Are you used it and Corey graves used on TV Ryan after you said it but it's fucking not real thing. You don't know what Obama Tori commits now. We've talked about this on the show. Well that's because it's a word and it's such a thing as such place in old each of all time entrances or exit passages in front of or in an ancient Roman amphitheatre sir. People used to go and get sick and bomb is. They drank so much a place in which recording popular misconception. The ancient Romans are supposed to vomited during feasts to make room for more food. Right Obama. Taurean man how about this the tale of two bodies here Donna. My head and adorable agent. Dallas is adorable yet. Super door borough here. You got a good point. And he never actually guess until he. He really went Full Long Durable Adrian always kind of had that fucked up color hair. You know he had. He had the black hair and then for the longest time. It just was like a a bad bleach job. I kind of liked it myself was on my hair to be like the door blade. You know you bleach your hair when you're a kid. Didn't you know I've never done it but I I've told WHO. Yeah I would do it. I think we gotta Fonda a cool reason to do it but I would do. It would g bleach but keep your beard black. Of course I'm not an asshole. Yeah Yeah I like it when I when I might do is do the mustache. Blond superstar Steiner Huggins Foul Blond Moustache blackbeard blonde hair. Okay could you do a leopard print in the back of your head to. I don't know how do that either. But somebody there Huntsville's probably get like outside of their store. We we do leopard-print haircuts See I don't do that either. I've got a lady who comes to the office to come here. I'm going to have to let her do what. Jesse Ventura is up and Out He's Gone Oregon Jazz. You're going to have to go through ninety thousand people to get out of here that they're hanging from the rafters Jesse Jesse just walks dead ass down the center. The I'll you know I'm trying to think here. This is nineteen eighty five. They hadn't full on gone to the Arena television taping. As of yet to. They were still doing allentown and Harrisburg. This was this was like a big deal to do this. They did wrestlemanias and closed circuit. TV This is the first ever pay purview. Just solely pay per view event that anyone had ever done like an from rustling you. You're watching history in the making right here. I am at the one guy in the front is is trying to yell. Encouragement arrangement there to the British bulldog. None of my kid. And he's got a buffalo owners but about what's out of boot Buffalo Listening Johnnie. Hey did you see over the weekend. Our friend Casio Kid Picture of himself where he said he was wearing like some Jordan's faded jeans and a button up and a beanie and add like I don't know like a rapper pose. And he says name this rapper. Wrong answers only. Did you see that tweet. I did it got like half a million impressions or something. It's the biggest tweety ever did but some of the responses were hilarious There was this one response that I thought was the funniest of all three twix Mafia. Talk about a like it about to chance. I like that. To Shear sweats. A lot get Chunky Coal Medina Chunky. Coal Medine got it for me. So far marshmallow mathers Kentucky Coal. Yeah can't run. DMC candidate handed. You can't run DMC butter. ROMS MC lipitor okay. Well that's my favorite MC lipitor no malone MC lipitor swallow off the MC Cheez Wiz Khalifa. Okay well so he takes over. Thank you MS Khalifa. Chris Pringle's notorious. BMI Toubous Barks atrop- call cholesterol a tribe called cholesterol. I snack Oh more pig. Bon a tribe called cholesterol sticking with it never last asked run. You feed me feed me. But he couldn't run. That's like I tried to I was I will say some. Oh I know what it was Madonna looked at a picture in. She says what what is this from. So that's what I was running the top Tristar and and the Tristar was part of your black belt. Test guy very difficult test the after the Rana says running the trouser and she just started laughing. So Oh hard. And I'm thinking what the fucks which she laughing at. What's so funny? When she got so tickled worth herself? And I'm like what is it she goes. You said Duran in that tickle her for like twenty minutes not really because Iran motherfucker. What about ham master? Jay Him Ashtrays Good Vanilla twice ways Z.. E. Wees Good Health Brooklyn Shelf Anyway. Check it out cheese whiz this kid. I'm not mad at Casio's kid or Act Casio has cut is the name of the account but at the Casio kids we can find in our friend show fun tweet though. Made me think of you this weekend. By the way I want to Sabatino's yeah was last time. He you're in Sabatino's probably twelve years so I went for lunch and I had just left the box office and picked up tickets. And there's there's a bunch of them and the The waitress comes over and always the wrestling in town. And I said yes ma'am cameras and she said Oh okay who's wrestling and I said. Are you wrestling fan. And she said No. I said well where you ever arresting. Fan she said. Yeah also big boys or any of y'all wrestlers. I'll look down. Let's say our Gimmick Attorney Michael Dock at the end I said. Oh Yeah I got alley at the end excuse Jericho she's like. That's not Chris. Jericho on I said. I don't think you are wrestling. She said well I did and he has long hair like yeah. That's a wig that he wears on TV TV. It's a character he plays. That's his real name either. That's just the character he plays. That character has long hair but in real life he can take the wig off and this way nobody bothers her making just just have like a low key lunch and it has some peace and quiet so she gets all excited it comes back later and says hey the night bartender and the night head chef. Jeff they're both huge wrestling fans. Do you think I can get a picture autograph. Mister Jerico for them. I'm like no problem. Let me work it out. She goes away and while she's away. Say Hey dawkins a told the waitress. Should Chris Jericho so when she comes back he's GonNa ask for a picture autograph. Just go with it and everybody looks at me like that is the most fucking ridiculous thing ever heard Montana life and sure enough. She comes back and I said Hey Jericho she wants to grab a pick an autograph. That's okay and he's like. Oh Yeah I'd be. Delighted will soon as she comes around. Take the picture literally the other eleven people at the table. All put their head down in shame and start playing with their phone like. I can't believe we're doing this. When we left? That lady was convinced. She got to make the Great Chris. Jericho well Conrad. Here's what I need to know. One is Castrol Kid. Have a pin Kim tweet of me and it says when you ask your wife where she wants to go for dinner and she replies. I don't care and then it says false. What is going on here? What do you mean? That's an it's been pin there since we were on the w since June of lengths of in Nineteen nineteen eighteen of two thousand eighteen. I love him. It's funny is not it is funny it is funny. I don't know where those glasses are. Though did you lose this. I And I kind of broke him in. I put them away to get him fixed in lost them. By the way we've been recording just now Your great close close personal friend. Who doesn't even know a guy named Taylor ever succumb? Why get it took? You may not figure talking about. Oh Hell Yeah I'M GONNA go. Do something written the Ring Right now. Year free guilt freakout Yale. Iranians weren't a different a different robe from this to I. Some bits change clothes lot working ever mentioned dirty stinky trunk so obviously Ricky steamboat. Kin still good as comfortable shoes on. Yeah let's take them all these robes that macho man wearing what do you think he had invest in this in these back in the day man not a whole lot. These probably a couple thousand dollars. There's no Oh yeah well. They saw him common they were they were nice they just you know years later. They little more extravagant by the way in this era Ricky steamboat is a newlywed Bonnie Hastings. The famed Bonnie steamboat that we've talked about on wrestling podcast. For years I got married in ninety five. So this is what you would call the beginning of the end Mama. Terror momentary happiness looks like votes it. Let's stiff punched in the taste. Looks like Yeah Randy savage by the way had been married to Miss Elizabeth since eighty four. Then we'll get divorced in nineteen ninety two they get worse than ninety two or ninety four ninety two. I guess yeah ill shit she can happen. Zolia get married on TV. You're GONNA get divorced. I should just kinda happens. That's why didn't get married on. TV You know one reason that's why that's why. Can you imagine the ratings that a brother love wedding would have done. If you haven't on that W W may have won the fucking war. Well see that. I don't know that's true. I think that my the my wedding would have just drawn yellow jr ratings the Yellow Jr.. Are they gonNA. Is he going to get dropped on this. We we we like what happened to the bulldog of Britannia earlier crash. Your hope not. That'd be pretty bad wouldn't it. 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Highly recommended I've got three or four my house house and I sounds like you're about to have at least two. Yeah I'M GONNA HAVE A. I'm I'm going to get three actually when when one is in the Conrad Han radisson sweet. Because you told me my own room at your house you when that happens and I've got an I've got a a wash let I'll come visit. Okay Eh. moondog spot chewing on a dog bone. Yes he is because he already outsmarted Terry funk and he's thinking right now what I wonder what I'm GonNa do Jerry lawler's birthday by the way we should mention randy. Savage just got the PIN and four minutes over ricky steamboat but the junkyard dog is about to wrestle moondog spot so I mean was. It wasn't spot worried. He has a dog's name and he has a dog bone and he's wrestling and Junkyard Dog. It was like he should know he's about to get his ass. whooped is going to be a dogfight ultimate Mitt dogs supremacy? What you're looking at other sheeting off to fuck it set? 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It was it was a pin you clearly evidenced by videotape that had not been doctored. Okay is this the same problem because since we can't hear it looks like saying things Bobby still wearing his members only jacket thank. They're just you don't think respond time. No I don't. I don't think that time was to be bought it back in this period. I think that it was pretty much. Well we're going to have a show and we'll put it on this thing called pay per view and hopefully people will buy it and it'll be like having how shows all over the country at the same time but pay per view was in. Its infancy it this time and it wasn't something that was easy to get. Yeah like it is now you just mash a button. Then you had to go and you had to get a box and they had to come out to your house and they had install the box and then you had to pay money and put a down payment on the box and then they come back and they will give you your downpayment back. Then you had to pay for the fucking thing. It was kind of a pain in the ASS. Ma It was still new Howard Finkel nor nor didn't shave his arms either damn it. I know that that freaks you out because the shave arms arms muggy my arms and shit like that it's smooth makes you look not as is fat when you shave your belly dusty Rhodes stopping that Asti roads. Tom Amount Look so big. They shave it down. slim's Sudan So if you just like shave your belly and it be people go. Oh my God connery. Would you drop like ninety eighty pounds. Oh my gosh listen to this what it just. It's nonsense by the way we've gone this entire show not given one time you tell everybody with Tom. uncourteous Oh shit right now I am one thousand three hundred forty two forty three forty four forty five. Oh my God so we'll see. We'll have our loved. Tom's flying compared to Halloween having. Oh Yeah Doc. I thought we were like ten minutes in this. By the way is one of the longest mashes on the show. I think it's the second longest eight minutes. They put their time with the workers baby. This is the oldest knows Tito Santana had shades. It's Leonard Ravenhill. Really he the big fast lab but again Bella shape so he looks. It'll dynamic Virgil Dea. Begging the day Babe Ruth. He was aero dynamically. smooths she look happy when he had clothes on. Took that shirt off man people in holy fuck man looking out. Slender belly is because it's so smooth and you still shave your valley to the which is really unnecessary because season. Actually nobody. I can't even Berg look at it but it smooth saying well. Let's see what else is smooth. Now thanks to the new lawn mower two point now they always been smooth to at you. You're not sack. DOC tremor from way back Archie. Oh Wall the way back. When do you think you I started getting ready? Addict Care Junior high school really so back in the eighties. Yeah wow was that weird when when when all the other boys saw well when you explain to them that the chicks don't like to go. That's how it was explained to me. I just never looked back. Did you brother Tom. Smart enough on that I guess I Young Lady Smart me up to that really in middle school in middle school. He was in high school UK. Doc Junior Gee I thought you said junior high school. But she's a junior in high school. I was like dude. What kind of savage seventh-grader were you? uh-huh oh yeah YEP that was missile. What how about the There's a guardrail. And then there's a second guardrail with a blue drape on I assume the blue drape is just there for television purposes us but you notice that the security is on the outside of the Red Guard rail in between the Red Guard rail and the Blue Guardrail. That's the the second word of the. Oh Yeah and then the security guys jumped the red guardrail to come up around the ring when the matches over. This is just damnedest thing I've ever seen. Well it's not the damn thing I've ever seen again enlisted seriously. The matches are shorter and better than Halloween. Havoc in the production's ten times production. But I don't know why. She sang shorter and better makes her happy well. Hey just saying like no lock them long matches. I don't like them long matches. They lose loss. Look at the chicken the red with the bows and shit in her hair. She was all dolled up for this one. MELTZER got got kicked out of the front row seats and sent up to the thing. He probably didn't even have a ticket they probably said. Hey is that Sam Roberts us us one Friday night smackdown. It's coming to Birmingham at the end of the month. Yes Sir we are. That's like right after Thanksgiving Dude. The Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving. So you could come here for Thanksgiving. Maybe why right right. You're going to what you just come here because I'll be here but but it's the next day you'll be ear and then you'll be home for your Friday thanksgiving or Saturday because you'll become the show now I I can't why can't you have him on Saturday because Thanksgiving's on Thursday verse which you'll be with us but you could do here. No we're we're doing. We're frying Turkeys. And she had here. Are you going to raw in Nashville on December second. I don't know I'm just saying I got two opportunities to hang out with you and what I'm thinking if you're thinking I'm thinking I'm thinking but you're thinking like a whole weekend there. Yeah I don't know if I'm thinking that I could tell yeah see how you've does dumbfounded mean confuse me did is dumb. Founding Lee confusing confusing I gathered that Tino Santana with a with a torn pack or something. They're it's not as pet. Conrad you package your titty muscle. Probably Hamstring pull or something. They're paying attention there. What are you talking Oklahoma? I said Tito's got his leg wrapped of a strategic. Probably got torn pack but the pack is the titty muscle. What Haiti muscle? How tickled me? The did the idea that I never even considered. That was the thing about the Mr Wonderful here in eighty five. He's doing well. I mean I don't know why don't you think his Ryan is. The top heel was more sustained in the WWF GA thought or North had a great run as a heel there. I mean Shit. He went from You know wrestlemainia one eight. What he went through the brawl to settle your the score or whatever the fuck all that? MTV Shit all the way through Wrestlemainia one two and had big run with Hogan as a heel after that after the baby face round or door had one hell of a great run in here. You know here. Here's something I never did get. Though MR number wonderful in senator. She could just use the number blonde and that would be wonderful but number wonderful. It's that that's one thing I never really got. I mean I guess he's number one in these Dir full. He's I don't know why does get stuff he's awful. Yeah and he's number wonderful wonderful instead of just being wonderful that way he could be wonderful but this is a number wonderful in the ring. They're battling it out on the outside of the ring and Howard just nonchalantly gets into the ring and they just stopped fighting for whatever reason well the the the they countered us out. So we're just GONNA stop. Yeah that's it so got. Here's a double count out. Let's means neither will pants pants. The Junkyard Dog just lucked into a by wells. Dog Day afternoon. I'm just I wonder how many of the The folks in the audience here rosemont horizon on this evening listening to this podcast today. I'm sure most of them are dead. I don't think so we've got this under our left. Well I'm GonNA play the audio. Let's mean you lay out and just let the fans listen to this. Susan has been busy here with now. Here is the semi finals in the dynamite kid. Is that the square. We're up against the Macho Man Randy savage everywhere. Well I wanted to but let me just say there's an overall picture. Developing now is a most most exciting game exciting happening. I've ever witnessed wrestling. No competitive matches exciting. Because the dynamite kid is comparatively easy matches a now. He's going to come savage so that could very well during my kid. Definitely the luck of the draw has favored the Junkyard Dog. I don't care what you say he is. He is trusted by the luck of the draw. Very strong candidate. I like the whole situation. It must be Nice Berry realized on the court says you earlier on. It's certainly as a physically on each comrade cluttered with he does antenna. What's Berry Metric Nerve I've no idea. I had no idea what I just said other than I think savage is going to log the savage. have face another dog so savage is going to have to be like two dogs to be the classic. Well yeah because so far he's beat Ivan Punchy so he beat A Polish Hammer and he beat a dragon and that was going to have to be the bulldog and then a junkyard dog. Ah The dog day afternoon for him. There's red yellow fingers and what's the orange finger for any idea what that orange finger is anything at all right in between them. I said now Macho man is that no. I don't know I may hit. Stick it up. There is is it. I don't know bug it. Who who else were the top draws here J. D. Hulk steamboat Ambi Slick WBF. I met some of our listeners. tweeting US right now. Is they're hearing this angry. I could you not know properly the thump. The Orange Finger is probably just text affects lack. Reiner he probably fucking those. I mean I know that had an orange macho madness finger but that ain't it. Do you know what it is. It's norms finger for the fucking security in Chicago. Well I thought I would laugh. Laugh at the right answer you know so Chicago. Land Bagpipe drew maybe. It's their the Chicago Land Bagpipe troop it's got to be Roddy Piper Yeah. I'm Rod right there. You don't always always wanted that. Kill me I'm did have by the way Hogan here in the White Dude. Yeah I always liked the white and I always liked the Turquoise Kazadi popped in the Turquoise always like the Turquoise and let me tell you something brother and you also get get the Bandanna kind of off to the side a little bit come drooping down the I well different different. The logs things. And then you know the more Harry lost the more they want to cover all that up here. We still had some on top ramen not a lot but he had some shits getting old. I don't know just I like that championship belt on their to the Hogan Eighty six man. But it's eighty five. Yeah why WANNA call the Hogan Eighty six because he had a different style In any five he had to built. That looked very very similar. That one was an eighty four. One was ninety five. The shape is almost the identical but there are some differences and then they went to this one and this is the one he wore. This is the Hogan Eighty six and then they did a similar one for Hogan Eighty seven a minor difference big big difference. And that's the one he wore with Andre the giant wrestlemania three and then of course eighty-eight as when we would see the debut of the really famous quote unquote winged wing Beagle. which is my favorite belt ever Wa? I personally liked whether they had in April nineteen forty four with the time and had a doggone it clicked for Bercy Pretty sure that the elephant designed that I had submitted was probably like by everybody. The exact there was one person did particularly care for. They liked eagles instead of elephants. Okay just saying this Clinton still hanging out. Yeah Clint still around he was a star. Cast all right taking Clinton pedicure this front I Good Call I was told that It looked as if it was gonNA take three or four to get all the dead skin off. Oh Wow are gonna take some warrant after pictures from. I haven't put it on Patriot. I like it you do A manitou on. I've never had a minute here. It's not for me. I gotTa do both now. You gotta any petty Nelson about getting the dead skin off your feet. So that you're you're not Snagging into sheets on whatever wall. Yeah but you also want your hands look presentable as well. He's going to keep talking over this. This world title match here brother brother give you the belt back dude. This is a championship fight. Right here by God. This is Roddy Piper. His best manning never stops Golan. I Love Piper. In this era you know coming out with the The Bagpipes and the kilt and the all blue. And just get after it man everything he did look like a fight fight. There was very little wrassling. Brawl get stuff. Yes and he rarely sold for. She's in writing. Wasn't going to sell a whole lot either. Like yeah you know what man you're GonNa go to throw some lame ass shit man I'm GonNa Give You lame ass sell their cau- call me in the eyes I poke you on the is here. We go there rubble. Okay Yeah just go ahead and take that I'm he'll you're the guy that sells it's what we do. Who by the way I think Think those boots the pipers wearing from not mistaken I. We're just purchased by duty truck and dotcom zone Jeff Jewett who made those boots Clifford. Matthias yes he did. Probably Roddy you know not not saying Ravi was sheep robbing was cheap so you asked earlier about his kills that killed he wore forever. Same One do wind up. Where is it now you know I would hope the kid he's got it? She sold a bunch of stuff recently. I yeah maybe she got. I just don't know if it's kind of like the jacket man. Rhonda got the jacket. But I don't know where that kilt win. I tried I for years to get kilt that one and Roddy show when I hang up the kill man you know. I don't know but he had. He had different loans through the years that he would wear from time to time but that one was the one he wore the most chat. Let me up. What's your most prized wrestling possession? I probably Maurice give the full story for sorrow listers. The death mask ask more east to lay the French Angel. It was Paul Bosch had had his death mask bronzed and they're only a couple of them that exist in the world old. None of them. I have the only bronze on but there's a plaster or Wax One in York Museum. And then there's a gentleman believe in Milwaukee or Minneapolis somewhere Up there that has a wax of Maurice Delays Death Mask and that's probably the neatest thing that I have. I'm not I'm not. I'm not really into into that. That much but I would have loved to have had piper skill that would that would have meant something to me. I have my undisputed something Russell with Breath Bruce Richard podcast the championship belt hanging above my head and the United States or the US championship belt. Fritz von Erich back in the day why. But that's about it. I Got Paul. Bosch is fifty year anniversary trophy. The big seven footer. But other than yeah. I don't know what's pictures but not I don't have that shit not like you you you got you got the cool shit. I don't have that cool shit. I have some cool stuff. But we know some collectors have locked cooler. Yeah exactly but you know like is it the fourth floor the fifth floor where you've got like the whole one room there. There are no fourth or fifth floor. Just making it up. I am not do you. Do you not have an elevator in your home. There's no fourth or fifth floor of a two story home on the basement okay. So we've established three stories so far in a in a infinity pool. I have two car garage Josh. You're acting like hung out this palatial state. I got two car garage. How many cars can you fit in your cold sack? I Dunno never shot had to. I've been I've been there for the parties will the one. There's a few. Yeah exactly. Oh what's that rover. His name game bone saw Jones Shirt got ripped as Kripke Jones bone saw better on saw was Masha Man's thing name in the Spiderman movie I know he took it from a bone. saw here that was all his favorite. Referees will want him to be memorialized in Spiderman. Yeah that's why I did the job for Spidey. She loved the shot. Only of Hogan's finger. It goes out of the shot. They're a little bit and Piper. God blessing this one. The worst damn sleeper holds embarrassing him alive Wa John. How you put a sleeper on? Well I'll tell you who knows how to put a sleeper on well now can't say for sure Yeah Oregon. Yeah yeah there you or miss wrestling number two. If he wore masks him to okay. I'm not sure is real identity. Steve Taylor taking pictures at ringside by God. That's him in the corner. Yup One of my favorite pictures that I have in my office is a picture from the Poconos of me in a heart shape. Tub In my brother. The Love Shit and Steve laying down shooting up into the mirror so gave you one of those infinity effects. And so steve taken a picture picture of me in the mirror and it's just a great shot because it's just me and Steve Catalan. He's laying outside the TUB. I'm in the TUB but it's goes on forever rivers pretty cool shot. Oh my God bone saws down on now. Come on come John. Roddy what are you doing with the chair off to the back the holster. That's GONNA leave a Mark Lance Russell but even the Lance Russell. Because it's now if you're lucky best impressions aw Hogan only had that Damn Shit and the ad in his trunks Halloween havoc he could burn the Matt Right now create a small fire within Barada and by the all the second worst sleeper. Hold on my God. It's the worst one on ever. Oh my God burn gone. You probably taught him that Bone saw ring that bell. That's interference right there. I'm pretty sure that the joke that the sleeper hit turned into choke to two Master's remain ladies and gentlemen to Masters remain a semifinal tournament match with Randy savage and the dynamite kid. Of course your main event junkyard dog dog against someone else and Of course the winner of Donald Michael Savage and somewhere in here. We're going to give away Rolls Royce. So you've got to look forward to in the next forty minutes here or homestretch and a here on wrestling classic from Nineteen Eighty Five. I'll try to pick out the cameraman's if it's any of our old unitel cameras used to use it may be Krista fury down there. I don't no no no it's too big to be a fury Holcombe and now there's a bone saw raise at hand by Paul Order. Was this guy flipping us off with the Hulkamania mania yet. He's an asshole so dude flipping us off. It's eighty five class. Conrad says your asshole agree three. By the way I feel like we should mention the number one song in America according to the billboard charts do Oughta guess what it was I the tiger the Miami Vice Lame Shit. Either Tiger guest was two two years before that wasn't it. Number Two was part time lover by Stevie wonder number. Three was tears for fears head over heels number. Four was Glenn Phrase. You belong along the city number. Five's is star ships. We built the City Number Techno Rock in those days Edinburgh eight was take on me by a Ha Tae. Ghani Ayaan me take me home. Take the right now. Thank you combined several songs there. Well sorry I ain't got a fever. got a permanent disease Jay. Why did this to me gene right? Now you're gonNA guess what the Number One one movie at the box office. This week was nineteen eighty five That week in particular planner the apes Death wish three with your man Charles Bronze Charlie Bronson likeness chart. Lebron's you know you look back man go back and watch death wish the original death wish. Have you ever seen it. Yeah as a violent fucking movie. You're gonNA guess what the number one movie of the year was at the box office. I WanNa yes while focused got those guys are back there laughing. Shit I'll I would fuck and slapped. I would be strangling them right now. Dude it's it's the it's the most. Vince McMahon thing. Ever to watch this show and just pick out all the vents the shit that you know Vince hates because there's so much yeah it's it's pretty horrible. All the bright yellow chairs at ringside. They're sitting there empty against a blue backdrop. So what was the number one movie Rambo first blood part to the number two beverly hills cop number three rocky for those are the biggest weekends anyway of the ear. She highest grossing movie of the year overall was back to the future and favorite movie of all time and then it would be Rambo and then rocky for so quite the year damn back to the future and Randy is in yet another Outfit as Third Wardrobe James Conrad you would you or the only one that really appreciate what I'm doing right now. I'm trying to send you a picture in. It doesn't matter I couldn't figure out my camera. Oh that's a bad picture. How did I even do that? Are taking pictures of what's left of your manscaping. Good man you just saw what happened. I don't I couldn't tell you. Oh I know what happened. I hit the thing and then the other other firm fell off. Conrad this won't take a picture of this thing. I don't know why I'm not there I'm sending you I'm sending you a picture of of A what's right above my desk here in the in the studio portion of my favorite movie poster and I finally got it to actually take the picture picture so I thought you'd be excited about that. I'm win for it. I'm I'm looking at the company. Believe you there we go. It's gone macho man and dynamite kid with Dave hefner referee This is from your Old City arm. Remember this that was in the that was in the office but yeah this is our man you know you know what I mean. Either way I anyway you man I so you loved the Dark Ni- and you loved ledgers performance as the joker in that movie recently saw walking Phoenix's version Asian of the joker in it's broken every record ever Oh what do you think what's what's your takeaway on the new joker. I thought that the new joker was extremely disturbing great. I like dark and disturbing Kinda describes my life I was Gonna say it's our our France. Yes but I I thought that Joaquin Phoenix and that joker was positively. Great what I really loved about the Dark Knight and Heath Ledgers Injures Joker was. Why so serious? Because it's kind of the model maligned. Don't take life seriously because you're not going to get out of it alive there. You Laugh Sogeti not a destination and remember the light at the end of the tunnel. Maybe you or who you keep killing your brother one house only she. It got weird inspirational share doing right. Now which just musings from Lord Steven Tyler. Okay he should be in Lord you know that he should be knighted. Have utilize modding interviews. He's fucking crazy. Yes I know. And that's what you lock her. So I love a man racial philosophical awful. Just saying it's I hit of the year. So tight you love and squeaks its lyrics like that just set people of art. Yeah no now. I'm sitting here looking at the British bulldog with the Buffalo on his trunks and Macho man does is this the three star yes it is a three star drunks With one big star in the middle of his frontal region of the the no no area first name much. You'll listening. Check the bud out your whole crowd. Shot Yeah mad love to get a pair of tights never been able to land any landing might have some no. I don't think thinks oh no. I don't think I don't think landing has much much left at all. The collectors done Ghanaian collected all those gun. Collect but yeah the you know if you hadn't pointed it out Conrad I now is bugging the shit out of me. The Blue and the red barricades the blue and the red barricades. mccade the weird turnbuckle. There are no pads over there The seems through canvas. Just you know every eighteen inches another same and ed and then the camera's not file level it's off center everything about this as very anti. WWe Boy that was slow. Mush and normally everything donald does money but that was all delayed. We'll reminiscent of the buffalo on. His strokes is kind of plotting. Here's another very you know very little small thing that you probably never ever noticed and until I pointed out out you'll go. Oh Fuck. I didn't notice that Steve Taylor that Ringside Taga for has flashes camera. Yeah it's weird that you say that because I have noticed flashbulbs flashbulbs not just from him. I know what you're saying. The rings photographers wouldn't do that anymore. But in the crowd you're picking up flashes because they've got locked topper camera that your grandma used. The lighting is weird to. I wanted to ask you about the lighting it in this era when they fly in life or are those just house lights. I know I'll back there but I'm talking about over the ring here. These are enhance lights. The these are using the house lights but also bringing in enhancing the lighting making a brighter. It was after this when they started all what a nice finish man rarely just hook select collegue boom one two three that come on. That was good. It was good so Donna my kid has a super plex but once they're on the mat savages his own legs next to hold onto mines down. There's your winter so our finale is gonna be Junkyard Dog and the Macho Man Randy savage. But I we've gotta let everybody sort of catch their breath before coming out here so got thirty minutes to kill it before the end of the show that doesn't include the main event and what's left after after it. But the next segment is going to be a recap and all about a fucking car giveaway not a fucking card yet wits. It's it's a Rolls Royce. Now I mean this would be like like you. Losing an eighth of your car collection. The lost one of year Rolls Royces. And you were going to give it away. Hey listen to you. What is this Pinup Dick? Why am I being to dig? I'm just saying that if you were to give away away one of your Rolls Royces that you would make a big production out of it. Would you not one of my many many Rolls Royces because many many I own a fleet vehicles calls them my two car garage. Yes where do you keep all your vehicles now have a two car garage. I know you haven't take car garage but like all you know. All the many vehicle look at random grabbing his ass who get Lou feel the buffalo but yeah that was a little snug that her brother other. But it's a good bump and ring the rob rations of the ring here. Wow he had to give him his legs than well he will not bulldog bulldog was rolling over to pin savage savage. Just hooked him up tonight. Those wounded night That land last night. We'll wall randy still had most of his hair there too. Now I swear to God. She was taller in the other shots. What's yes you yes as Susan by the way There you go. That's all Susan right there now. Is Susan going to give away the vehicle this point. No but he vance a singer here. They've been thousands upon upon thousands of individuals. Who sent her name in to win the silver cloud? Three Rolls Royce. Let's go down to the ring to see Lord Alfred Hayes and a host list of dignitaries by the way. If you've written in a Rolls Royce Susan I haven't Conrad have you. I have okay this a right hand. Oh Shit why are you laughing. I'm laughing at the Stop Op. Shot of the of the Rolls Royce pulling into the driveway. Just the blurred still frame. Is that Vince driveway. Now I it may have been then. I don't know it wasn't an eighty seven. Let's see who the dignitaries are that. We've got out here Basil Veto Jack Back Tony Lord Alfred Hayes. I have no idea who the guy that Howard left is do you. Who who's there for days is Howard? Introducing people are just say next Alfred Hayes as the person representing the company who was counted two hundred and fifty thousand entries this Raleigh East so he. Here's your President Jack. Tunney Aka okay to chance is here to tell you about reverse mortgages and you to Basil veto inquisitive looking on wearing his. WWF Tie the came in Burgundy and navy. Yeah I think that God worked for the Marketing Department. I don't know I wish Basil Talk to each man's going to say a few words. Oh stop do not play a your audio. We're GONNA play it on my son okay. The World Wrestling Federation received hundreds of thousands and trees during the one month of the sweepstakes. Six we thank all of you for that participation. Now let's have the winter roles Roy. What's his name coming out? And now let's introduced to you. Gentlemen who represented the firm that handled trees from you. Great Fans Coast to coast Mr Ed fiber direct on Rag. Could you imagine this taking place today. Now this is an fiber schoff. He's always had fiber schoff. He's the representing the firm. This Canada all the issues from you. Great fans he's the Director of marketing for Don Jagoda. An associate's never heard of him so national judging institute which was responsible for the selection of the winners They received a phenomenal number number of entries over the course of this one month period hundreds of thousands of injuries over a quarter million entries in fact for all received an inscription for eligibility incompletion and the Grand Prize winner selected in a witness private drawing from among all the entries received a hole in my hand. The envelope. The name of that winner Grand Prize is classic. What does it? Alfred get announce it because he's offered Hayes. He's got a will rope rope. Okay Oh come on and offer a course puts over the guy that threw a banana as the roughneck guy. What's this is name Eric? Michelle Oh okay. They threw that Adam because they thought he was here for catering John Davidson how about. I'm looking out over cloud threes. I I think I need one of these. Should get one get you another one. which which which ones do you have such a fucking? which ones do you now? Got Them All Lena. Okay good deal. I'm one for only like twenty five. Jeez wow nice you'll have one as a little by pay grade aide. I found a really cool one. That's why it's an a story in New York. It's a baby phantom fifty two but it's slick willy you'd like it. Nineteen fifty two is kind of old isn't it was fifty two Jesus from the sixties Okay old I think we should go halves on this. Here's what we'll do. Let's get this to each other as like a A thanksgiving president. And we'll take it to raw Birmingham. I mean Magnum Birmingham. Please bring your roles Birmingham doing this. Please I'm begging you I'll get on. TV first of all. Have a Rolls Royce. Why are you being like this? I don't have four floors of my house right. You don't have a Rolls Royce. She has several. I've I've the whole fleet. What Am I? Yeah I've got the wraith got the ghost of got the Dawn. I've got the cullen. I've got the Phantom. I've got the phantom drop head coupe. I know what you're saying right now. That's got a Chevy Vega off. You've got the nicest high end. Ai that money money can buy well date much on his way. Yeah you got the support model with the black wheels and zero to sixty seven the second gimmick. Yeah that's slow out being smart ass. No look at this nice locker room here. That's up that's up stairs in the rosemont Horizon Israeli. Yeah really is well. I'll tell you what this is the best backdrop so far because because there's no incompleteness you know like a full shot. There's hokey underwear and who's in the green shirt over there. He's not in there's underwear those wrestling trunks. Oh okay well. Who's got the green shirt? Just got out of the way you work. They're not me. I worked there then I was. Is it USA wrestling making these same comments probably four. Okay Okay you win. Holzer's got his fingers all taped up. It looks like he's got a Bobo. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa play the audio. I'm playing the audio your cowboy. Hey Bob Morton as bodyguard. He wants to know something. My brother Mr Wonderful Watch each other's back you know. We always his watch each other's back and we got one thing to say Rowdy Roddy Piper look at the color hopes finger. You Cowboy Bob Morton WanNa step in the ring for Farid. Dig Dig around. Three brother got something. Even orndorff is not as his whole which is probably much bigger hawks. The top Guy Yeah and sedan little under Scott Nice Tan work in their tubes. Thanks so does gene gotTA BE TAMBO GOTTA be tanned man. How huge it's all kind of relative to Gene Oakland right here? Well I feel like I feel like gene could fit inside of hall all common. He could still have a little room there. Pick him up and stick him in there yet. In even in comparison to to Orndorff orndorff is in the foreground of the shot. The final match. We're finally here Randy Macho man savage taken on so vesta ritter the junkyard dog the Junk Food Dog J. Y. D.. Grab them cakes. Stop and we go. And how these people's fascination the flipping us off well they don't have to twitter twitter to tell us that we saw in the fuck off. Okay what you're Erin. Show three days later. Fuck you we hate you Guts inside what they count. Sorry Hey Gamma gather kid. You'll bastard Sunday down our coal all over looking nice I like Howard swagger man when he kind of leaned Bach like I'm going to announce is now let it be dig down deep into my announcer voice and I am going to kiss the microphone anchovies. So all of the Just the single all silo light above the ring like that. That's why I was asking around earlier. Yeah but they got the they got the trust around it to add the extra like and now randy. He's not even going with the Road Eh. Just going to go with tiny shirt look Lebanon man fourth match of the night. He would do this again. Dan What's ninety eight win the world title and this is right here. They came up with that idea. What do you think about having savage work four times then the title and each time we did it at the classic? I'd give it another car away. A Damn what do you think I am. Conrad what are you doing. What like you would miss one or two of them? I love that you said please drive to Birmingham are get your car on TV. Like you. Don't think I've heard the fucking Jim Cornell episode even motherfucker your low key set me up to destroy. One of my car is on TV just to fuck with me. Yeah we're not going to buy new roles Conrad. I don't have a rolls. Why are you saying five stories in my house? I don't have a wing. I'm trying to downplay it. Dog Trying to downplay just saying trying to help him out here. You know people heard about the the mansion on the mountain. Oh my God. It's a humble home. You can see the son of a bitch for miles when we win win. I used to fly in the Huntsville. Never forget the captain go and if you can look out the left side of the aircraft you can see the Conrado over there No need to ask switch one. It's the one on the mountain. All those of you on the other side of the aircraft. You could probably see it too. If you look closely you can see a few comrades Rolls Royces races out there not a waterfall. That's Conrad's Infinity Pool. How much longer wait until I can play that video of you floating around when I thought no one was there? Yeah so I can come home early from a trip on. Bruce is at my house. He's floating around the pool and he's Tanning so ish Bruce Weird. He shaves his whole body including his armpits. He's got his arms laid back. He's trying to get the all over town sprawled out on a big flow called the big daddy mattress. And he's got. He didn't bring a swim so he's got his boxer. Shorts hiked up to to where it's just barely covering naughty bits and he's playing like I don't know the fucking eagles or something through the half stereo system out there and this is in the era where people well are doing prank calls. And they're playing John's CENA's theme so I think you would be hilarious to get to my master bathroom window. Look down at the pool where I can get a great shot of Bruce like about the fifth floor and yes all the way at the top and then I change the song to John Cena's theme song and then immediately start recording as you realize. Hey wait a minute but eagles are over. What is that noise? Wait a minute. That's Joe Cena's theme Song Song. I didn't play this. I'm here alone. Where's that music coming from and disturbed looking everywhere at finally realized its main you see me laughing and the top window flip me off and swim to the side job? You know no purchase back to Tanny. Well I've got A. I've got a post that sooner rather than later it's hilarious. Nobody should see my naughty almost my naughty bits. All right we'll we'll have Silva uh-huh superimpose something over the Crotch area. What should we put over that? Nothing no one needs to even like any video near my crotch. Larry God that means I thought you liked things sneer That's what they told me heartbreakers while I was in this for public consumption rear spreading around pretty good back in the day with the Senate harbors. Here's in Houston. They don't know seriously. I don't think you know but I was over there. Thirty two hundred Gulf freeway in Dickinson Taxes Lasso. They Darker Mao Al Dickinson is that Nelson Shirt. Now in the white in the back back there no on is next Jay girl. There's no why this crowd that little kid up. He's focused the law. The rest of these folks are bad. Why because I live in Chicago Gaga? Yeah they'd been shot by that name on the front row. She's dead that somebody's me mall yet. We are throwing me. Mel's over the top rope will. Yeah the low nighthawk. I did some some crimes against me Moss. Well you're killing me Mazda Chicago. I've Never Charlemagne Ma saw C.. J. D. has a dog on his strong man. The British bulldogs have buffalo. Hello this isn't an era. God Damn Elizabeth sure is talking a lot out there man. That didn't last man wrestling any five. Carlos locked well and then some nearly as bad as wrestling. WCW for Halloween havoc in what year. Nineteen Ninety Eight. Yes yeah think about that one so thirteen years years later suck worse. Did nineteen eighty five at least Syria macho man in his prime J. Y. D. in white trunks and boots yeah grabbed him. Kicked out wins. A son of a bitch took your dog bro so he does he win the Rolls Royce. No they gave it away to a fan at poor fan what they probably had to pay taxes on it and shit. I'm sure that how much of that big gun right well. I don't know what the value of the car was ninety five. Okay God the change. Look Terrible Dante anti serious business. What do you think What do you think your boy? Jim Barnett paid for that Rolls Royce. Got Back to the day No shadow heard it was like twenty five thirty thousand dollars. It was an old one even then I think they're all from the sixties having. I mean that's what I'll follow Saul may bid I rain it was it was an old one. I mean it's still Rolls Royce or something. Not like the two thousand seventeen and those that you just got robbed you got one for each year of of of the we've been doing. Bob Gassed as I heard so I sold me. Sorry sexy and that's it that's it. I know that's why I know to be true. Yeah they made these Silver cloud threes as from sixty three to sixty six two thousand forty four of the main. So how much. How much do you think that You would pay for one in. I think he had it since the seventies Mahameed's cooling am I how much you think they went for originally. You know I don't know I mean nine. In nineteen seventy a inexpensive car would be a thousand dozen dollars I think the original price was probably okay. All right I think found something I think they were probably around sixteen or seventeen thousand dollars okay. And so then by the seventies that price would go up correct probably down okay. Well I'm GonNa say twenty I'm GonNa say ten to twelve and he probably sold its events for twenty five because he thought Vince and maybe events at a soft spot for him and you know the the the rumor innuendo is that Barna occasionally lived beyond his means was that his last Rolls Royce sort of he have others. Why like me as you say I? I think he had others letters years much much similarities. Don't end there I'm sorry what I said the similarities between you and Jim Burnett don't end with your Aficionado Nado of Rolls Royces and stuff all right. Well what else we have in common allegedly You both love fine clothes both love fine. Choose like wrassling Tommy Rich. I don't like Tommy rich worth a Goddamn auto you and Tommy Tate. Not at all day. So we'll see some Phira. I taught me as a gas one of our live shows with Tony Shirvani and asked him if he dipped upped his balls and peroxide and he wouldn't talk to me more the answer. You know he wouldn't talk to me one. Aw I duNNo. Did someone tell you they dipped smalls and brookside. Yes okay that's a told me broke missy Hyatt and he wouldn't answer that either. Well let's just David Hammer enders refereeing his ass off here trying to gear up for a job and I guess he's going to stay here. It was earl that came over from Crockett right. Uh Years Earl It's been a couple of years. I saw earl this past weekend. He was in Baltimore. He won't he refereed a match at the pay per view. By the way I know you don't watch but in the match bench That URL was refereeing one of the guys with the other guy sharpshooter and by the way that was on the ninth. The exact anniversary of Masha Oscar. Job inderal today now. He did not ring the bell like he should have. There would have been great though you talk about knowing everyone online. If they did that they would have been mad. Stoke look in the world so I love length rover Al.. I need a snake to bite him right now. It took a lot to get that damn snake bite him. Why do I love? Oh that spot so much. Hey you know what I'm noticing these robes. They'll look like regular traditional ropes. Yeah they may be cable. Wow was the last time we saw that. W F Holy Shit. I just now noticed that myself. The bottom line looks like a rope rope top two though when he was tied up. Wait a minute this is wild. This is like like an time capsule in the the race car just the light blue ring skirt around there. An all the production values just going yet. No Max. That's around the ring. Bill Watts that was proposed. And Lord knows we cared what. He was thinking that eighty-five and there was a count out. They didn't even when she referee counting them out. There you go. There's your winner. My count out unbelievably the junkyard. Dog Doc you only had to wrestle three times because the macho man didn't get a by like Joie de did here. He is your winner of the wrestling classic that was a classic by God. What do you think thumbs up foams down in the middle? I'M GONNA give it a solid comes in the middle. I would agree fourteen thousand fans here. I am yeah it is. It's amazing the hey look I I you know they were into but it was nothing like the Chicago crowds up today and of of what they became because Chicago came that Madison Square Garden for a a lot of the boys because of the the reaction of the audience an end. Goddamn there's just so passionate and There's one best places to work. 'cause Scotto crowd was great. Will tell me Jane. Ed wrestled three times. I don't know if I'm getting three payoffs or not Jesse in the ring. Cassini on work one thousand nine hundred five just already out by the way I feel like we should mention fourteen thousand five fourteen thirteen thousand fans on hand here pay per view by is a two point five three which is relative. Obviously the amount households that even have pay per view because it's very much much in its infancy but once again wwf pay-per-view innovative pretty cool. Those definitely the biggest pay per view that year Wrestlemania gas was close circuit. Yes and they by In this was the end of eighty six right so a five a main so eighty six would have been The first time I think the WRESTLEMAINIA was available on pay per view could be wrong with that. I Know Russ Mania three. He was a little bit more widely available. But yeah this was. This was the future right here. Folks this is what it all looked like like for the very first long Mary I pay per view too big shows an on quote unquote pay per view in any five of course wrestlemainia March thirty first just tons of folks saw it on closed-circuit tons and then the wrestling classic here on November seventeenth. Of course your biggest markets New York New York and Rosemont Illinois Chicago Wrestlemainia to would be the only big show like that and I seventy six but as we know they ran. That relocations never tried that again. Union New York back here at Rosemont and then Los Angeles California but November three we create survivor series Wrestlemainia wrestlemainia three and survivor series. And then we would add to it and eighty eight with summer slam ninety nine we would add to it again with the royal rumble. And this time we would include well no holds barred special so pay per view in its infancy was taken often about All all Vince McMahon Lord Alfred Hayes and Susan and then we see the recap video here and let's let's check out the credits here. See how many names he recognized Nelson Swag where he's around with emily. That'd be now right. I don't think he's earn more Kirwin. silty still around. George Scott was head booker. Kevin Don now executive producer Bob Dean. His his wife was a makeup. and Bob just got the guys the crew guerrilla Jesse Alfred Doug homes the TD the Holy Shit. We were talking about Doug the other day. He's a switcher In the truck Dunno any of these other folks electronic graphics. Don't Ah Betsy Dono Mike. Firm Farnum Let's see how many cameraman I knew Tim. Walberg that's about it. Holy Shit out of the whole thing Kirwin and cabinet and the only ones left going down the list for Rosemont Horizon. Harry Pappas Harry pop in for Titan Sports Ed Cohen Arena coordinator Basil Amino Howard our fiscal administrative assistant. Holy Shit saved record. Tom Murphy in video on in Baltimore. Almost star cast busy first annual wrestling classic in the only wrestling Classic Russell Vision in the World Wrestling Federation fedaration. I think Russell Vision. I guess that was what they thought was going to be the future. This brought to you by Russell Vision. Yeah you assume that's like Vinci's idea the For what the infancy of pay per view would be or the infancy of the W W network whatever But it was fun to go back in time and take a look at the wrestling classic. And we're apologizing using that. We're a few days later on this. We didn't promote it advertise. It just wanted to drop a little bonus action on me but we're looking forward to be back with you. We've got some survivor series episodes coming any way and I'm pretty excited about it. We're going to do ninety nine. We're going to ninety four. We're going to eighty nine. It's GonNa be fun finished to November and Bruce I feel like it's time that we just let everybody know that we'll see them this Friday and every Friday right here on something. Wrestle with numbers Pritchard Sheka impartially. You can have launch a human time migo for to be.

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