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EP03 Money Stories: Katie Is Living the Hawaiian Dream... On a Budget

You Need a Budget

38:06 min | Last month

EP03 Money Stories: Katie Is Living the Hawaiian Dream... On a Budget

"Hey everybody into today's episode. I wanna tell you about a new challenge. We're launching and you can join if you are wanting to do a big reset on your finances. If you are wanting to get some traction go to wine dot com slash thirty four day reset and join us on doing three things every single day for thirty four days number one you will track your spending every single penny number. Two you will only buy essentials and number three. You will not eat out. You do all three of those things without exception every single day for thirty four days and reset your money and your mind said as it to your finances people that do this are saving more than one thousand dollars within thirty four days. If you're interested join us why dot com slash thirty four day reset. Many his jesse mecum today. I'm bringing you another money story today. Talk with katie. We talk about moving to hawaii and how you manage that on a budget. We talk about realizing that mom. When you're like. I think i need a budget navigating a rough break up and then finding the love of your life all through a budget we also talk about building decks for magic the gathering among other things. Katie is intense. She's serious about her budget. She also brings a lot of fun to it and you'll notice there's a threat along in there where it's kinda like we're doing this. We're hitting our goals and we're doing it at a pace that works for the both of us. And i think you'll like my chat with katie. And her money story katie. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me and we did this. I already told you before the year not nervous so we were out of the way. I have to like breathe that of my like side of my mouth a little bit. Because i'm so excited to meet you but you know it's it is what it is but we see. Unfortunately you don't get to interview me. I interview well. I i kinda had. There is a lot of stuff in there. And i love it. I still agree with honestly a few years later. I'm like oh that's that's not bad but we the only change to the book is we added a covert baby back last year. So it's no longer six kids. It's now seven but other than that. I think the book stands is still true. True enough so i get to kind of grill you on your story a little bit. So let's maybe give everyone a little bit of an intro on you. Just toss a little bit about yourself and you have to say where you live that is so relevant to the story. Of course so my name is katie. I'm twenty nine. I live on the island of wa who in hawaii with my husband. I am a department of defense contractor while my husband is an elementary school teacher. And i have a. I have an obsession with a software called. You need a budget. And i also have a small business so it was a small business. It's a called levine. Alert it's a content creation small business. I really love to talk to moms as they're starting up side hustles and small businesses. It's really an effort to keep moms out of in a multilevel marketing schemes. So to keep out of. Mla called it the right way like they'll say like mlm like that's liability scheme at the end because it is a scheme. Yes oh i did that without even thinking because it's so terrible But i use that as a way to encourage moms to start their own you know side hustles and businesses and i absolutely love it and i also make content on a debt free. Instagram called that free phoenix. And that is where i hound your wine app team to talk to the Okay yes so. Debt-free phoenix is not like the city phoenix in arizona but rising from the ashes phoenix Zach retail yes. Yes okay well. Let's maybe start with how how you discovered. Why am i want to the debt. I actually might want to jump back to the milan thing. Because i feel like we should. Psa but let's talk first about. How did you discover wine aboriginal. Like where were you at what to lead you to us. Well This is so cool to tell you all this but you actually got me in your first college initiative back in like two thousand fourteen. I know like you've got me early though back in two thousand fourteen. I was still in college. And i saw that. This budgeting software. I think i had seen it on social media somewhere. But you guys had rolled out this initiative Come join wine app student. Just proof that you are one in class and we'll give you. Why nab which was the classic wine ebb back. Then we'll give it to you for free for a year and you guys caught me pretty early so i i used it a little bit. Here's the funny thing. I stopped using it about six months. After because in my mind. I literally Literally remember thinking this. I thought to myself i will never make enough money to need a budgeting software. I will always be poor. And i stopped using it and i Jump back into. Why nab back in two thousand sixteen which is when i got my first real job and i was actually making money and i realized oh i really need a budget so that was wrong. And you're cam making money. Look at me you know of an interesting situation so a little bit more about that is actually moved to hawaii in two thousand sixteen and i realized i was not going to be able to survive out here like i was making money but i was gonna need a budget to live the white like full stop. There was not gonna be any while. I'm just gonna hope things work out with my money and you know live my life. It was truly like monday. No spin tuesday. No spin wednesday. Maybe get a coffee. If there's money in the coffee category you know it was all true very much like that but now now i use it because i love it and we actually do have stuff to you know to take care of. Yeah so what What brought you to hawaii job. So i i. I always tell people a job. I i worked with a really popular airline out here. But i also was falling a boyfriend. Which in retrospect probably wasn't the smartest decision but it was also hawaii so i was like how for hawaii too but Afterwards i realized. Oh i'm going to have to live. Frugally started You know taking care of my finances at broke up with the boy. The broke up with the man that it came out to be with met my actual husband while out here still on a budget like he knew what he was signing up for at that point because the budget obsession had had become i. You're like so i have you know. Did you did you. You didn't go on for like i. Bring apology jesse jesse. There was legit i made. I made a joke. That i literally told him. If you get married some you're gonna marry me and my wine budget like we are up here. We are together. Like i'm not even joking. I have a prior commitment. There might be room for you relationship. It was more of a. This is a part of me. I'll never be free of so you're accepting me and this. Why nab baggage but yeah so at that and that's fine how's that oh gosh will You know sometimes. I think he does feel like he made. He regrets it a little bit so nonchalant about sharon. We'll have line up and you can't really know what you'd said he's that sounds fine. I like apps to right. Oh yeah or he was like. I love you taking care of my money like you take care of it. It's fine while we have budget discussions about the white house budget now and They're usually have to end in a hug. Because you've got to break the tension a little bit. So i go in for a little bit of a hug. Sometimes get aside hug. But it's okay lucky you take what you can get. What's what's the thing that he loves to have In the budget like loves to go and fund. Jesse do you know about the card game. Magic the gathering. I am familiar with the game. I mean in the sense that heard of it. But i'm sure i would love it for all fans out there. They all instantly have targeted. Put a target on my back. Because i mentioned magic the gathering and slightly less positive out. What's a serious thing. You know serious so money. What is the money used for buying more cards. Yeah duck buildings acts. There's never never done building a deck in the south and the thing is we don't go for the cheap cards we go for the fancy expedition shiny. Only five thousand pieces of this cardboard on this earth kind of okay so when your husband's like yeah. I'm building a deck casually at a party. People think it's a deck on the back of the house. Like oh that's cool and you know we're usually surrounded by nerds because you're like. Oh my gosh. I love playing blue. I'm such a control person. I'm just sitting there like. I'm a nerd to please. Don't get me wrong. You have to marry a fellow nurse. Because i'm obsessed with finance so like we're we're definitely nerds but he builds a deck. And you're in you juggle money around in the budget and feel good about it right. We roll with those punches. Jesse no idea. Okay i like this. Well that's cool so you make sure he has enough money there right so he's not feeling like you're just squeezing him like you gotta get him the good cards you know. We have a house now here in hawaii we actually own real conrad's is that a congratulatory thing and cool very much And i have so much relief and security built into my budget's with wine. Nab so i honestly have looked at mike. Who is my husband michael. And i'm just like the only reason why i can sleep at night is because of line ab you know that right. And he's like yes kino's so when you talk about building in like safety and security are you talking about you. Just go a little overboard on extra cash set aside what what does that look like for you like. Are you wire just to be like. I've been where it doesn't feel safe. I'll never go back there again. Just maybe unpack that a little bit for me hind it. Yeah i think you know it's just practice It was the year and a half that i had to live with wind up being my just absolute. You know determiner of am. I going to get a coffee today or not. Like i use that practice from two thousand sixteen to twenty seventeen to really understand how to use a budget how to live off a budget. And it's so funny now because we are like double income no kids i side hustle lake crazy out here in hawaii and like we just. I know exactly what our money is. What doing. I don't have any problems. I'm also a saver. My husband clearly is a spender. But for me i love to save our emergency fund. And i think it's just those budget categories. I can look and see no. We've already saved the mortgage payment this month. Like we're good like that. Money is there. And i know. I won't touch it and i know my husband he will. He will not go to crazy his. He has seen me upset when we spend outside the budget. So so what. What is your magic. The gathering category one question. And i don't want to force you into like all. I guess it's but for some people savings is spending like it's the equivalent rush. Is that you or do you have some rely on. I love this outlet over here outlet. But actually i think it really is my side hustles. I'm very much curson. That thinks if you're gonna make something successful you do have to invest time money attention. You need those things to make yourself successful and my husband has seen me do crazy stuff like start an ac- shop and You know resale like i in hawaii. We get lots of limited edition. Stop so i'll buy it and resell it on macari So that for me like we always make that money back but that initial investment. He's never like you can't spend that he always knows like this is how i spend the money. Essentially how i spend my money. Okay yeah when julie. And i were first married first year. We were going to christmas out in alabama because we have to go to. We had to go to her. Her mom i like. I don't like this guy. You know so first. Christmas where we're married. It was like julie's family gets the first time visit so we had out there. We're still in school and we find out that there's carter's baby clothing store that's shutting down and they're doing like this. We're getting rid of everything deal and like we weren't poor but we were living super super type and i don't think wind had had been no. It wouldn't have been invented. It was like maybe it was just the beginnings of it so this goes out of business and we see all of these outfits that were super cheap these little baby outfits and we bought like us. I think it was like six or seven hundred dollars worth fully planning to resell them on ebay. And julie's mom who's always lived with kind of a mentality of like. If i have money should spend it because it might disappear and she doesn't listen to podcasts. I'm pretty safe saying that. She'd be like jesse you know she. She would take issue but anyway we ended up. Reselling it for pry. Forex what we had bought it for. It was so much work and for and then we had porter and so he was like eight months julie. Every day would walk to the post office on campus because we live in on campus housing. And she would ship off a few of these little outfits and we learn which ones we should have bought more of and which ones didn't really make a lot of money but we were just talking about that the other day how. That was kind of fun. Little little fun side. But you you said like limited edition hawaii and then you said cardi or sell it on the car and i didn't know what either i so let's Take for example. Something combined right now. Are limited edition. Starbucks tumblers so starbucks will make specific hawaii. Merchandise that they will only sell here in hawaii. So i'll buy that. And then i will go on macari. Which is a selling app where you're really supposed to like. You're supposed to use it to declutter 'cause ebay is more of a like a kind of a deal. Okay so kind of your stuff around the house. I'll use also really good at ebay. Sell pokemon cards on ebay. But i also like the starbucks tumblers. I'll put them on macari and that's like a reselling up I'll put it for price. And i'm i pride myself on that person that always includes shipping. So usually i'll get over. But i wanna be that person. I'll include shipping and then someone will buy in a package it up and send it out to the post office. I even have a po box. Like i am at the post office pretty serious with this. Okay i love it. Hey how's it going today at the post office they know. Say hey you ever find limited edition magic cards on ebay for mike. Are you ever like he totally see tony came no. He's on that game. But i resell his stuff. So here's the thing. About magic jesse one deck will suddenly become unpopular and another deck will become popular. So what you do. Is you sell the cards from the unpopular deck to make money for the new deck. And my husband doesn't really online style. But i've made like a lot of money off ebay with hokey mon cards magic cards. So he'll give me his magic cards. And i'll sell them for him. Okay alexis yeah. This is good so when you found why nab early we got you but then you walked away from it and then you got the job. You're living in hawaii you go. To the break-up you're working wine app now solo Then you meet. Mike you guys get married was there. Is there like a debt story to this. Because you said debt free phoenix so at some point you had that where you where where are you out on that on that side of things. So what are we to tell. People is I didn't really care about my debt. Like i was. I learned how to live on a budget. And i actually. I loved his people. Why nab helped me heat meet my husband. Like i wouldn't have met my husband without wine out because I actually met him during a job loss and before that job loss stable worth thousand dollars because of wine app and i stayed in hawaii looking for another job living up at four four k and met my husband in the two month period. I needed that. Four k so i like to tell people like his wine out that i met my husband that we're nothing special. It's fine too much credit. I mean you are grinding. Like it's just this is telling you like Here's what you have to spend but like you're the one not going to the coffee shop. And you're the one that scrimping and fighting for the four k right. Well i would see it as best. I wouldn't be able to do the things that i've done if i wasn't made aware of what was what i needed to do. And i feel like for me. It's very important to see those goals in. Why nab the see like you're this far from the school because to me i'm like okay. I know exactly what i need to do. So if anything why not gives me direction. I need to take my finances and i can tell you. I am a very stubborn person. And my husband knows this and my mom knows this. I'm just a stubborn person so for wine app to just tell me what to do and i'm not like i know what i need to do. Like that really helps gartrell. I give give why not do what it's due to the honest i also love so was the wedding Did you have the wedding hawaii. I did so so back to the debt. Free story So the thing is. I didn't really care about my dad. I had learned how to budget but it was kind of lake. I'm budgeting to live. And why it was not until your inner ring store and we were looking at rock that i looked at that diamond and i looked at my boyfriend still and i realized oh no i have to get serious about being an adult like to me. This was like oh this. My wakeup call like i couldn't just like yeah. I have dead. But i don't really care and i'm going to marry somebody who's willing to like go up in front of my parents and god and say i take responsibility for this woman. You know like there's just so sobering. I don't know if you've had the same like you've experienced anything like that but It's your so sobering to really think about walking down the aisle and everything you know being being with somebody on that level So that being started in november of twenty eighteen and it was just like something for me to just keep myself motivated. Because if you have a tracker diary or something like that will keep you more motivated and I was just kind of posting. And kind of and i went through the whole thing of just like sharing. And it's so crazy. How phoenix has gotten like to be. Because i didn't really start it to make content. It was just more like hey. We paid off our credit card. Hey we you know saves expenses on this for the wedding you know. We had a got a wedding hawaii. It was only sixteen thousand dollars and it was just a it was a great experience. And we just kinda started tackling debt afterwards and was so great to. It's just so great when people route you on leads that hearing that really helps them people too and i love to cheer people on no. Are you now debt free or are you still just kind of on the road. Oh no no so much it. Just we've been able to kind of just Takeout little debts as they come up so like we've been able to cash with a lot of stuff because of wine noun But we are right now. Working on my undergraduate students about nine thousand dollars left for the undergraduate. No it. we're tired but we also like didn't go into debt for the wedding we did. Go into debt for mike's wedding ring which we paid off in three months so we took that sucker out And then the big thing this past year this past summer was we bought a brand new car which was the best decision for us. And now we're like okay. We're going to pay off the car in three years and we're gonna continue down the home. We got all the plants but there. It's very interesting. How when you are so public with your finances for so long. A decision like that people are very very interesting reacting to it. Oh yeah you're like. Wow i didn't know you all were going to be riding around in my car with me. There was a weird. The biggest i get are the car like payoffs because people act like i'm personally asking them to pay off the car. I'll say hey we send five hundred dollars to the car which early awesome payments so that something that we want to pay off really fast but it is the wild west in my opinion when i and i post but i love tiktok tiktok the other car things interesting. It people have like their favorite. I don't know their favorite whatever they like to be up in arms about or and they a lot of times get really myopic in their view of that one thing and they kind of lose lose the whole picture so one thing i wanted to call out was the way you keep score was super important. Because you're you're not just scoring like debt is going down but you're also saying big expenses were handled. That's that's the equivalent of paying off debt. Because it would have been debt without we paid. We paid our furniture in cash. We have. We've just taken care of this whole house in cash league in. That was an easy. That was an easy decision to make. But my my big thing is personal finances personal period like we all may use wine ab or enjoy using lineup but our financial decisions are so different. There's no no one thing that you could say we should all be eating. Maybe eating but even eating people have huge discussions about right. Just say like what. Our favorite diet is like randomly one-two-three. Go and then we would have decided exactly. It's anyway it re there's so many parallels between eating budging. That you really could week. We could go on and on forever about it free okay. So you're you're on your way you're doing the defer journey you're at debt. Free phoenix on tiktok and instagram. Which community is more fun to. I dunno interact with instagram. Okay tiktok it's like a bunch of twelve year old boys that are like this is really funny. I don't know let me just let me let me tell you story jesse. So here's something that happened. I bought my husband a gaming computer in cash last year. Like the nice little model very very fancy had an old one that broke. He had done really well at his job. Cove it all this crazy stuff. So i had been saving cash in a box and i was making a cute little. Tick tock series out of it. I'll get my little envelopes out. And i still them up And i gave money to mike early because his computer crashed or he died or something and that video like over five hundred thousand views. And i can tell you. Probably three to one like one comment. That was positive. There were three that were negative. There was always youtube. Used to be. Yeah and this is like a wholesome. And it's a cute little song that we all here on them inspirational. But you know like i was. I got it trending and yet it was. There was just every single thing you could think of. Somebody commented like somebody said. Oh yeah hiding. Money from your spouse as a really good idea or somebody was upset about the model of computer. Mike it had. Or how dare. How dare you have alienware And they were upset. Like i wouldn't tell them what model he was getting. Because now i was stressed out and just every single thing that you can think of And that's when i had that big turning point. How did you hide the money from him. Because there was a lady awhile ago that i chatted with and she would like we. We were just money laundering money. You gotta like launder at somehow. You gotta get it clean and then hidden like a real drug dealer and she would do like returns and then ask for cash back and then stick the cash in. What was a basil jar at the time. Oh my gosh. At the end of the year she presented all of this cash that they could use towards paying down their debt. I think that's how how it went. And the money smelled like basil. Which i thought was funny. He was super moved that she was so intent on this. He knew how much it means. You're a super cool story. But she totally had to hide money from him to pull it off like whenever you're doing awesome for your spouse you have to be super secretive about it right well so for mike i. We have this little category and our fun. Money section of why nap called sunflower farm. And that's where. I would like to get the money deposited. I had to put it in the category right so i would put sunflower farm and my husband does not look at the budget. If you're thinking ratios for us. I'm ninety he's ten but he it shows up for his ten and that's all i ask so. I knew i could do this. So i would go to the bank and i would get exact amounts because what i had done. Was i had taken little envelopes and i had written. I think it was one dollar seventy two dollars. Each dollar amount had an envelope. So what i would do. I would pick for envelopes randomly. Go to the bank. That exact amount of cash out income back home. And i record my little tiktok videos film and put them in this little shoebox and i hit in our kitchen and he never found it and i actually saw him almost open the door. That had the box. And i freaked and he was like ok. Cool love us. It really slowly. It went all right. There must be something for your work or out side hustles But when i gave it give the box to him. It wasn't complete. But i had saved over fourteen hundred dollars for him for his For his computer. Yeah i love it so then he knew he was like. Did you remember the time that he'd accidentally almost seen it no but he cried. He cried a lot. I think it's just like here. Here's he said he's he continually said it's just the thoughtfulness of putting this money aside. Because i gave it to him in late july and i had started saving back in april when i started my tiktok. And he was just like the thoughtfulness of you to do this every week. He just was overwhelmed. So that's that's phenomenal. Yeah he's a great person. But you know what. I'm an awesome wife and there are some people who don't you it right there. So what's with this. What what is your next. i kind of. What's the next big thing on the horizon. What do you. What's getting you excited. What are you working on some really really working towards paying these undergraduate student loans. Because i'm i'm kind of looking towards the future and thinking about going back to grad school and other things. And i just like i do not want to go into grad school with undergraduate student loans. Still in the budget like to me. That just makes me. I don't know it's just. It's just something not right about it. Yes yes it is something wrong about that scenario. So i'm we are going to work towards paying off last night thousand of my undergraduate and then Yeah we're just gonna keep paying off the car and just seeing where we go but my thing is just i am just so happy with what wine ab has done for my life and just The direction it's given me. Like i said and i am just so happy i found it and i you know i just. I have just only good things to say jesse late for. We're very happy that we found you as well. Because i feel like this has been fun to chat and i love. I liked that. We're doing a lot of these stories where i mean. It's not like you're saying they found an inheritance you know. We dug up something on the beach. It'd be a really cool story to do that. But you know it's just you're you're working the system you're focused but you don't you have your goals. It sounds like you have a pretty measured measured pace. You have that goal in front of you be also thought. Oh this'll be a really cool thing to do for mike and set aside money for this you know there were always weighing those things. But you're putting a ton of intention behind it. And i think that's where the magic no pun intended man. You're only going to remember that after this woman by buy some limited edition card and just mail it to mike. Hey this one keeps us off. Budget it just it'd be like discard is one of those unpopular ones. That i just can't believe he did Magic cards. I don't because i will pick something that's like the set. No one wants the card. No one needs i- legit give him cash and he gets two hundred bucks a month for me just to spend on whatever he wants the money and he usually puts all two hundred towards magic bless bless his heart decks. There was some awesome. Thanks so much for coming on. Thanks for letting me chat with you. On this friday and best of luck surviving the tiktok masses continuing on instagram. The side hustles the anti m m. We didn't even touch on that. I hope you'll put a disclaimer in but literally if you want to just describe me as like anti mlm totally fine. 'cause i i hate them i. It's when i was in well. Here's here's a little something. When i was in my master's degree for accounting we had one had a class that was all about fraud and we would learn about financial fraud. We would study massive fraud cases. At that time we'd seen like worldcom blow up. And arthur andersen blew up and they're all kinds of really interesting cases one of the things that we spent a good bit of time Studying was mlm's because they are really really bad ideas and and you'll always have someone that'll be like. Well i know so. And so and they made so much money but if you just look at the numbers whether or not that's absolutely true because a lot of it is about the show it's about what what you're are putting out there like how successful you are as a lot of the times. It's very much a facade but the numbers are astounding ninety nine point five percent of people that sign up lose money. If that's i am here. I'll even make it worse for you so i actually yes loser. My day someone. I am very well-known on instagram. As completely anti mlm so somebody sent me an mlm marketing coach. Somebody who coaches mlm people and she said and one of her posts that we need to give up on telling people about the million dollar dreams. We need to just tell people you'll make an extra five hundred dollars a month because that's what people need so don't don't promise them a million. Just promise them. Five hundred dollars. And i literally wanted to like unleash my fury on this martin link on this person because he he like again i wanted to write. You won't even make five hundred dollars like you lose money. You will always lose money to see that to see how crafty mlm framers the marketers are. I it breaks my heart and also infuriates me. So that's why all of alert here. It's so it's so it's predatory really i mean they. They know exactly what they're doing they. It's like you're walking into one of those timeshare sales things i mean. They know exactly what to do. And what screws to turn to just manipulate you and then you have all kinds of crowd thing going on and it almost cultish not so much. Coltish behavior yeah. it's alarming. There's a really interesting podcast that i'm going to recommend to everyone now. But you specifically called the crypto queen. And it's about i love i love the idea of crypto currency. Like the tech behind. It's very fascinating to me but this is about how it was a big like a ponzi scheme. What's interesting for this one currency in particular. I think it was called one coin. It's probably still around. Probably get people writing me. Tell me that's amazing. People lost their fortunes doing it. It's super intriguing. It's like crime murder. Podcast intrigue all real. But what's what was fast. A couple episodes it talked about these people that make money in. Mlm's making money in this coin scheme. Doing the exact same thing they do with name your name your foe product right and what was really crazy. Was this this Like these top tier people have teams underneath them and they will. They will just pick a product. Go for it. They'll make tons of money. They build all those down lines. Those whatever you call them they make all the money and then they leave and then they go onto the next thing so they're always go to the next thing it's like a pump and dump but they were actually doing that with that. Some of them had lost money in this original coin scheme and it was so freaky to hear them at these new big rallies pumping another coin. Just doing the same thing. So it's like their their whole livelihood is to move from because you have to be in early and you have to be in big early and that's where that's where you can make the money off of everyone else that doesn't make money and then you just move onto the next thing being there early being there. Big yada yada. Yada so yeah. That's also heartbreaking. thanks. I'm not smart enough to get into that. Like i know my strengths. I know my weaknesses. So for mlm's i will be dead set on ending like i'll never be able to end mlm's but every time a woman approaches me on the internet. And says i want you to me with my mlm. You know coaching. Or whenever i go absolutely not. But i will help you start your own business. So he keeps women at mlm's that's my that's my rallying cry. I can excellent katie. Thanks so much for being on and i love. I love your passion. Love your intention. And i wish you the absolute absolute best as you guys. Keep plowing forward. Thank you so much. Ev really enjoyed getting to know you in just to talk to you. All right. that's a wrap. Wanna thank katie for putting yourself out there and being a money story until next time following four rules and you will win financially. You've never budgeted like this

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Gaming Fixx Live Ep#57 02/17/21 There's a line (Black History Month Special)

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I honestly can't remember her name from django from jego studios which was a think tank or a Not a think tank Incubator for Games in of that country down south Arjun talk say argentina. heather that's for Which gained while. I'm sorry that's for the the incubator that had a. She's the person that we interviewed. that was. she had started Game trade magazine and was also she was the head of She started 'electronic boutique before it was Game stop she was The instructor the woman we any yeah and discussing the woman who you interviewed indicate one year. Yes yeah i remember her. She was from argentine games argentina. it was argentine. Yeah so They she told me about this was this was about two years ago actually Because this was the first time we did an indicate Review on gaming fix and and you can always if you wanna find out about that interview. That's i don't know what episode probably would have helped with research now but i did And she talked about a game called garbage family that she was in development with which was going to be a game that was going to work very much like Heart stone or arena or shadow realms some of the card games that have been that have come out and this is another one. That's come out. And it's garbage pail. Kids and i saw it on facebook and i was like well. It's finally available. So i downloaded on my phone. And even though there's not a lot of space on my phone and actually fit quite nicely and it's Doesn't take up a lot of space. It's a pretty simple game. You have a you have these kids. They have abilities and they fight each other With like just real simple abilities. I think that there might be a it. Might be one of those games that house price controls on it. I can't think can't think of the proper term right now for Where it's you know where it's got a lock based on having money Attempting to what. It's called right now. Oh well i'll pay well. Yeah i think. I hit a paywall. Because i hit mike these three Gartrell kids and my garbage bill. Just can't get through. And i can't train pass them. Which means that. I think the only way that i could possibly beat them is either down the road. If i just keep getting Like just signs or something but if not that it looks like it's a paywall to me and i was a little bit surprise because they just offered they're like. Oh yeah we have a three star card available today. And i was like. Oh it's free and they didn't say it wasn't free but it did say that Is available as soon as i signed on. it's like yeah you can get acne. anti-fraud only nine ninety nine. Like i don't wanna pay. Wow extremely high price. Yeah like per card is crazy. 'cause like usually games like even the game that i have that we play Puzzle empire A lot it has a lot of advertising when you first sign on but basically you pay for gems and then the gems end up converting to currency this. This doesn't seem like it converts the currency. It looks like it. Just pay us nine ninety nine. You get this car. And it's like i don't know and i'll tell you something i liked the playability been. Here's one thing. I don't like about it in this. Might surprise you Garbage pail kids are gross. Yeah they are. I was eighty garbage. Yeah alright i used to collect some of them and there are some eighty. When i was a kid. I'd be like i don't want this one. I hated the garbage pail did growing up. I like the political ones. I like the ones that are like the have like a cool pop culture reference like. I'm really pretty happy to get one. That's like a transformer called Like instead of robert robert robert s funny robot and then like they have. The two romanian was a two different. The two different names of things that i had but like it was like here's measles in plus coming out of it. I just not my thing. So some of their stuff is just roasts registering grows and it used to give me nightmares growing up like i was really young man like less than ten during the eighties. So i heard there was a movie at one point. There was a movie. But i never saw it. I have not seen it. I've never made me and find it either. But but i've watched the youtuber. I hate everything. Go over the movie. And it's pretty hilarious like his take on. It probably not great. I'm sure it's probably not. It's probably not a award-winning masterpiece drama. It's a garbage pail kids movie. We are so this game is pretty good. it's fine as far as playability like i said but as far as if there's a paywall and it being gross I'm going to give it a little bit more time. Probably less time than i gave transformers. But if and i loved transformers so obviously got way more time but if i find out that it's a paywall type situation and The other thing if like the only thing they give me or just gross cards. Like i have a card. She opens up her armpit. And like does this do out of her armpit or something like that. I'm like the animations like fact they animated all that stuff correct. Bro right is there. Another word for it a slide group. So it's funny. I could take my phone and like show you guys and then nobody else would see it. You guys would just be disgusting. I can show you some of the graphics on it but it's I is interesting. So after that i ran. My pathfinder game and i was missing player and But hopefully. Hopefully that player will actually show up. nex next game. We'll see she's not making any commitments. Who making any commitments or so. You'll be like sunday so you'll be the next one okay. I will send them in playing the game. I just need to sit set. Aside time to create a character does he. Plainly said last week in in the show or was it this week the week before that characters must be me prior to the game being played although i i don't it's not like i didn't give you time to make your character but that's okay. It's fine extremely busy. I know you just best. too much. Apps sorta bus your job. Some sort of blake. You know knox want people to play. I'm actually going to I was talking to the to the guys. And i'm actually going to put it up on the twenty on twenty and see if we get some people And just i guess we're going gonna do is we're going to allow them to come play but if they're if they're pains than they're just going to be asked to to not play anymore because it's my game. It's not something i'm doing. I don't play this game as you know. It's not an extension of gaming fix. It's just my personal game. That i'm running so i have the ability to you know. Have why one out my table pretty much so as far as what happened. Which i thought was interesting is they went down a giant pit And it was kind of funny and kind of not because like i said at the ours right and everything that was fine but don't problem was barred in turns out that they're climbing skills are not great so they weren't ready to go down this hundred flip pit that i had made in storyline and These vines so basically what i did is originally. I was going to have creatures. There would attack them as they were going down. And i realized oh no they would probably die if i did that so what i'll do is i'll just have An attack that happens words. Just like for instance skillful hand coming out punching him or of is coming out and trying to trying to grab them or These we're little Gem crabs coming out and cutting them up but none of them are actually the full body things that have all those beliefs because if they held their abilities than you know it could be all over for them so because they were. They were wrong climbing. Anyway i actually had to streamline so what i finally ended up doing is well like because i have a character i was able to make this decision I have my diary since. I had a diary which you know climbing. It turns out no problem at all so he went. I'm done with this and this win. Grab half lean. Just shoot but he was still taking a tax but they were doing enough damage to him. And then like there's one words like i-. I rolled one so as a crew fail on the climb and even a that means i'm going to do a tumble but then i just ruled acrobatics. Which was leading them. Roll and so. Zoos ruled acrobatics. I've just had to not roll one again. And i was able to write myself and then keep walked keep going but when i streamlined it. Those pit just took too long. 'cause like it was about ten rolls down ten rolls down different attacks on each one as they went down. That was it was funny though. Because there's a scene where i'm like. Okay so what. I wanted to attach. What should we tax shit too. It's like well. There's two things that you see with perceptual. You see a slight tie and you see a An emaciated corp sitting on a throne like they're like what it's like that's never a good sign ever a good side so you're gonna rope it to the corpse and they're like no go but then why it's funny when he gets you what to do that. Just one of the characters gone up there. They walked up to the corpse in there. Like hilo good sir. And he's like yes. What do you want. He's like talking to him. It's like He's like he's got blazing red eyes and he's talking to you. So what are you up to like guarding guarding this place. I'm like you do anything like no walkway it's like okay. He doesn't care what it was is I roll up. I put together an encounter and put him in the encounter with the little things that cut you up but they just never saw him because it says unless he's interacted with he does nothing. And if like you're not messing with this territory he does nothing. You know a lot of times people ask me. They say frank. Where do you go. What's your Mean hobby gaming store. And i tell him the guilt house. Of course. i really liked the guild house. Because it's really friendly and i met a lot of nice people there and the especially charles monica and they can give you some great deals unfortunately right now you can't go in and play games but what you can do is you can help him out by going in and buying some games and they even do curbside pickup. So going down to the guild house and tell them. Then frank sent you but what's really pretty unique. But what he has a he has masol tation. So if if you like we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna mess it up and we're going to knock you over. We'll find out what's under you so that we can take it and he's all like by just send you somewhere else. It's like it's a deadly. Could've sent him down by the pit. I thought about that. They had asked he probably wouldn't do it for funsies though like if you ask them. Hey can use send us down to the bottom of the pit. They'd be like like no. Why but if you started messing with this object protecting my name valley somewhere else. I don't know if he could send you a wall and don't think you can intentionally send someone into wall. I think that's the mischance. Nothing how that mischance anymore. From second edition so Instagram a puzzle an empires. And this is the time. When i iraq on darrell little mix. I haven't seen him in the guil- recently no i i did join join play. I made minimal effort here. Fair enough But i i was in the war. Today i was so angry. I was so mad. I i was running my big team and this team is so good. Now that i can say. I can do thirty five thousand points to a titan whereas before i was only doing like eight to nine thousand now i can do like thirty. Five thousand to tighten. Because it's a really good team and i like go in and i'm like okay. This is the war. There's no other teams. What's what's the team it's like. It's a thirty five like paul. Roma thirty seven done no problem. Oh my gosh cecil the worst team ever for some reason one Sometimes i don't know if the game does it on purpose but like if you have if you don't have a specific type of hero it will give you all puzzle pieces of the hero you don't have sometimes so it totally twist you and you're sitting there going. Oh great. i've got all green. And i've got no bring guy so every every hit that i'm doing with green is doing one damage which is garbage. So you're sitting there and you're trying to get everything going and it's just it's not going and it just. It was really frustrating. And then sometimes what war does is. It gives buffs of different kinds. This one is called war equalizer. Which i'm not sure what it does. I think it actually heals your opponents bat. Sounds like is there any benefit to having it like maybe more experienced your goal or no so it it heals your opponents and you're trying to do damage to and then there was like a bunch. He had a bunch of bonus health people either bunch of bonus health people but for some reason he's just killing them better and i was just like frustrated. And then it's like one of those you lose your whole team and you get seven points some points other evan points. That's ridiculous that's not. It's not worth it. So i was super irritated and then i'm like all right fine now. I'll do the automatic mix and match and get whatever numbers the the system gives me because a lot of times it just picks good. I don't know why so. Mike okay around this and then i they moved out again and then i get zero points then. I throw my phone in my blankets. In anger twice it picked up again and went through it up again. And i'm like all right. That's it. I'm going to kill that guy just that guy. I may not kill. But i'm gonna kill one of these heroes specific hero. I'm like all right now. I'm going to run all red and what's going to happen. Is i'm not going to last that long. But what what's going to happen is i'm going to get three attacks. That are red. If i get them at him. It'll do enough damage that he'll die. And then if i get my red heroes on the swing on them. And so i was able to take out one guy for forty points and then i left a message on the on the board saying all right. I really don't like that group. Someone needs to go kill them now on done but you put out hit. That's why i have an army. And i don't know if you noticed but are pretty high housing that army. If you noticed the no i i have you know best friends with the leader of that army. So you know people tell me out and i was like i'm done with that guy. Kill him. kill them all those done with that. And then i went and i play ninja tower which i like ninja tower but it does some of the same things. So there's a curse so the white ninja talwar is. It's it's like an easier version of the standard levels because in all of the fights the way that these a work and darryl kind of. I'm sure understands. This is that there's like a puzzle. There's lesser bad guys and then there's a boss on generally wage or so. Yeah but this this one. It's only one wave and the boss on each version but you get a curse the after work with and what that means is when the curse appears on the board you have to match it because if you don't wear the corresponding curses sitting on your hero. You have to get rid of it because if you get to a row the not hero can no longer be used in this in this combat in the whole round in the next round in the next in the next game so basically you can use it until the next game for the next level and then it's gone but what's annoying is is every once in a while they'll put a curse somewhere where it's like it's just like out in the boonies near no other colors and you're like so you just decided you were going to give me a point right. 'cause there's nothing i can do about that like nothing. Yeah one of the few issues. I have with puzzle games in general of intrigue because this is a match three combat Is that mechanic. Where i most often i see them. You know bombs but they're basically they dropped down one piece that if you don't meet get rid of or get rid of within x. amount turns it's gonna completely screw you well and they're just because of the random nature the r. j. like it will occasionally just drop it. You can do absolutely nothing. Asked me about my rabbit hatred for chocolate. You haven't hatred for chocolate. yes in. What's that game the it's a puzzle. Game it's candy crush candy. Crush sharply is insidious because if you don't destroy chocolate immediately than it starts taking up the entire board and you can no longer play dicey why you hate chocolate then. When i started noticing there are more and more board with chocolate. I was dislike. I saw playing candy crush like i was play. I played all the way like to level seventy or something like that. And then i'm just like i'm done because chocolate was just it's got to be like i was playing into adam mechanics. That will drive you absolutely up the wall. So i really like puzzle games but i also love the rpg aspect of this game and the heroes and they're different stats and stuff like that. Which is what. I like about it. But those the puzzle part kind of drive me crazy And the fact that like i said that the curses come. But i like i like the game Pretty much just seems like it sets it up. Sometimes one of the things. I like about it also. Is that when you get five wells up a bonus so keeps giving bonuses as you go up but you also got the curse factor and then like Like starting level five. There's poisons so that's a bit much but and then i was pretty happy because i don't know and i know that my our Our viewers can't see or not. I should tell listeners can see but i found my glasses and This is weird. Because i thought i lost them a long time ago at the treatment center and i found them sitting by the tv. The other day. And so i don't ask questions. Just the gnomes return them and i'm happy But it was so. I watched some adamy today. I watched some accelerator some scientific accelerator which is pretty fun and That was a trippy episode. Iv i'm like oh all it's going to be about like kind of how the how the system works there. Were explaining like basically how they were putting the eh spurs into the machines. And i'm like going okay. That's like this is okay or whatever and then at the very end it had like a super annemie twists and i was like. Oh wow. I'm glad to watch this episode. It was really good really good. I liked it and i've been liking accelerator and Lewis and miami is because i can't read without glasses. He's a pretty fun care. I would miss like he was my favorite character. The only ones i've watched. Where like the i i think. Three seasons of a certain magical index. This is like a long but Accelerator was one of the highlights of that show he volume elga was the reason. I watched magical because i i pick miami out in the most non objective way ever. I generally pick my anime. How by its introductions and I was a real big fan of. I think it's second season of a certain scientific. Rogan has an intro. And so on that i really really adored and i had never watched it and i eventually was like what the heck is this thing after listening to the song for so long and did you skill the beach episode. I watched each episode I figured out like certain magical index with various of the two and kind of spin off and real real good show joe which is kind of weird because you like oh i have to wear you know it had left off after i think for arts or so and then i was like starting to watch i was like. Oh what is s i. It seems that a lot of what it was doing were tiny specks of political index and they just expanded on them and it was a tough. That really shouldn't have been nine any kinda boring I really liked me Me it's like one of my favorite characters which was expanded on the watt in realm which was fine. It's been aberson. That's the that's the little girl with the That's the little tiny girl that runs all the big girls with the welding mask song because they were genetically created us anyway. That was how i got my game on. How did you get your game on the boom of overhead. Well let me check and see. Because i know i've been keeping track of the games i've been playing this week. I don't think i played a whole lot of games. But i know i did play some games. I just can't remember off. The top of my head. Fleet see here in other news have been extremely busy with school And i've been doing some cleaning organizing at home. Which is great because i have been neglecting that for quite some time and You know making an appearance upset with the fact that though There so. I'm glad that i address that at home. And you know there's a little more or As far as leg You know play games though trying to see here currently lead. Let's see i ended up playing. No didn't play that this week ohno. I didn't play anything this week. Well he did after our show last week. That's right. I play transistor last week. And i got to continue playing dandora last week. After the show with daryl out over here at a critical pops house in Gonna continue playing some more of the dara this week. This month might tonight stream and of course you guys are more than us into this stream will be over so you can check out that stream on my youtube channel. I hear you channel even those it up for like more than a year up so sorry app. Forgotten the link. But you know what. I will give frank the link to my youtube channel and might switch page. So you guys can go ahead and check out my streams once they Are up available. There will be a bona twitch as well as on youtube. And of course i will most likely post links as well to them on my Chen on my facebook page mill cello double o seven saying So keep an eye out for that as well as my new schedule. That's going to be coming out for streaming so definitely keep your eye out for that And i'm going to hopefully be playing some new gains the that are actually produced by more African american or black developers have black or characters. And the you know we want more representation us. That's what i want to see in a lot more of varna. We can't please everybody but I that's primarily why. I'm playing the games than i am right now this month. Not just because it's black history month. But i also want to amplify the voices voices within the gaming community because there's not a lot of folks in our community you know. Talk about our cells within this community. So it's important that we represent ourselves we find represented represented excuse me representation in the choices of entertainment. We choose to go ahead and take in and amplifying that by straining so you know if you are looking for a game to play to you know support to support a black owned developer or studio or looking for black owned games. Dandora is a good one to start with another one that i have found out about was London i'm going to get into a little bit later on into the show mentioned now treachery and beat down city which is an indie game title. And i'm hoping to play some of that. I gotta tell you. I really want to support The developer. Which is sean allen allen. And i'm hoping next week. We'll get an interview to listen to on the show to talk talk about more about his game and talk more about his contributions to gain the gaming community as an african american developer. But yeah. I really wanna do this because you know a lot of people. Black in african american communities and folks of basically people of color in the gaming community were very marginalized not an as an african american woman Well i primarily identify as both male and female but People see me as an african american woman is hard to say that you know that that person down the street is a man when i have certain assets that just stick out like a sore thumb on my body so i just i i go with what is acceptable or what people are going to be familiar with versus. You know what. I like to be called Because not everybody's going to be accepting of what i would like to be identified in. That's fine. I can respect that other than that. Though begin baxter. The my point as far as hog up except transistor and dan darragh. And i'm gonna continue more with jan dara. The only reason why play transistor though was. Because i wanted to do something nice for valentine's day having some games for valentine's day or you know help amplify that to bit Now that valentine's day is over. I want to get back into you. Know put in those games out that are produced by blacks developers. And you know what i mentioned before. So that's how. I'm going to get my game on in the future in the month But did you talk about how you got your game on yet there. I'm so sorry. I'm lost in the show. I haven't gone yet. I haven't talked about lady. Maria and her flooded and fire sorts so main game i stream this week in play. This week i actually finished lead born. At least i've finished fighting all the bosses and blood or a winch. In my opinion are the main reason new Play that game. At least the main reason. I play that game Now bloodborne compared to dark souls because they play very similar in a very similar fashion however dark souls tends to have a lot of bosses that are dudes in arm. That are just like you know more one on one type combat And it only has a handful of the really big losses that are really well bloodborne kind of the opposite where it has the gigantic monstrosities and They don't have a lot of like went online Fights they are ex really good and this time around. In my playthrough born i was playing through the. You'll see veal. Which i never had. It's basically mid boss is lady maria She will too. She will get a sore like kind of a fencing sword that can split apart in two two. I like almost it. Seemed like almost like she was holding them up in her hands. Like just to like kind of blades like brass knuckles kind of thing but This is actually my entire favorite site in bloodborne the entirety of for one very specific animation. And way the play works. And how i found it so difficult and so i believe most bosses will have three to four phases as you damage them The game will get more intense. Boss will have more moves and we'll be dealing more damage and affects to this win. Maria hits her first phase transformation. She takes the to kind of blades and stabs herself. Stomach and kind of like leans down. And it's almost like you're wondering what's going on. And then she pulls the swords out connects them as one and then every swipe of the sergey has blood is just lot like this. Torrents of blood is just flying at you and damaging you. Oh so her. Blood is actually got poisoned damaged areas. A like she's kind of like swinging her start lightly after she swings her sword there will be a second swing. That's this gigantic torrents. The blood that's damaging like okay. It's just like it's this gigantic stream of blood that kind of like nuts Swiping night that attacks you and on her. You cared one. G does the same thing except this time. When sri swings she adds fire so adds fire on alerts. As you get the you hit that point in the fate of transformation where the music comes in with a choir that singing latin and the strings pickup. And everything's getting really nervous and when she swings not only is there the sword in tournai blood. There's also a arc of fire in every switch ducks and the fire. Does one thing very specifically in the game is fire. Will normally you can hit things after you hit for a brief period of time and regain your help the fire. If you get hit with it will make that not a possibility. So it fighting her you have to. I didn't even know really how did as with a lot of the bosses and this came. You know struggle against them for about like a half hour and then all of a sudden you win but That was the favorite fight of mine for born Other than that as far as going through the rest of the old hunters. I it was a cool bit of dlc. And i felt it was structured. Will i was a bit underwhelmed by the final boss quote unquote Not that he's bad but it's not that visually appealing because all it is is kinda like just wight by you know humanoid monster thing with a gigantic placenta attached to its art and it. It scumbag style is that it is very erratic so it's swinging around gigantic bud. I felt compared to lady. Maria just visually and you know The fight in general Maria was a better than the final boss. Which is usually vacationing games. But then i finished up led the rest of lead lauren onstream. So i'm hoping to save some of those so there's evidence that i can actually get through one of those games now aside that i actually did play a bit on nintendo. Switch this week I looked at my nintendo. What it's actually called. But they do have an internal rewards program that basically gives you back. I think it's one percent or ten percent What you buy and you can eventually redeem it to just straight up by gains which is pretty convenient. Compared to all the running around you have to do to regain the microsoft reward but I about seven bucks. So i've redeemed it On a game called crypt of the neckar dancer and this game is real weird because it is a rhythm game but a dungeon crawl. Meaning that every step you make in every attack you do is to the beat and you get penalties if you you know. If you're doing well you can get a coin multiplier but if you miss the beep it will drop solo dance but yeah. It's really hard to describe as i dance loss. Yobbo it's a really fun game though It's a rogue light so you get some resources as you play the game and then bring them back to lobby area and then unlock more things to get in each run each time i have not enabled to pass the first because i have apps rhythm. Look at this four ninety nine. I can see what you're showing me. Their manolas disappearance. Oh donnas airgun technology z. Fourteen ninety nine. No oh no. I don't unfortunately but so i picked that one up. It's there's not too much more to say about crippled. The neck road answer. I have not found a way around difficulty her. I've been playing it for about a week when i do play. It's kind of addicting. It's one of those games where you're going to be dying within two to three minutes or if you're really going for longer but every time you die i get this feeling of all i wanna to do better. I want to do better. And that's from the garden show. Same yes that. You're showing me okay. Frank is showing me how much it costs to buy. Is that an. that's any Any meaning ninety nine fourteen ninety nine online. That price like i could buy multiple flow on games for that right. That's crazy which. I mean it is garbage. Valla kids though so i guess there will be someone that really wants that it's digital now the Other game. I play majorly this week. i've been playing an onstream is going through. Final fantasy seven remake on hard mode and this has to be the hardest final tassie. I've ever because it's hard mode but they've decided to do is just completely acts out use of items just items. That's crazy when you use. They have these rest bench. The game Where you can normally record recovery your hp mp so monks cbs's got months No it's you don't really have classes you just have Three different characters in the game right but they're just punchers. Oh no by idols. What you can't do is use like potions you can't use things that restore your mp. You can't use things that cure status effects Things of that nature and kenya casters cast of things to act out. Oh yes you you're casters can heal. Which is pretty much all of you because another feature of it is when you get to the rust spots. It doesn't recover your mt at all. Mp only recovers at the end of every chap good god. We'll go there. It's pretty much given me like a almost. You know dark souls bloodborne level of challenge. Maybe not that much because there is a bit of tactical nature to this game where you could pause at any given time or at least slow it down extremely at any given time in kind of plan plan out your moves and what does that is that. Is that a variation of a game or is it a specific game. Well the square has been trying to make this battle system for nearly a decade Since they made advent children and did that whole battle scene with suffer often cloud and how awesome it. They've been trying to find a way to get gameplay that cinematic -ly act but still actually make it a game right. So what is the game that you're talking about. Oh punk fancy center. So it's remake in then Of like a mode that you would play Yes it's a mode that you play after you so you go on campaign see okay and you can go through the campaign again with these restrictions. Okay and in order to Access be super boss of the game. You do have to go through it on his heart. Well i'll just won't be rich super boss. Yeah i hope. I get to a at some point i will be streaming quite a bit of us. over the next hopefully two three weeks me because i'm not gonna lie like i really do live on items. I can't imagine not having and My age is not being able to do a tax bills having distort pretty much just have them specifically for healing and stuff so they can't use their big attacks because if they do they can't kill me and i would be dead does not start. Basically the situation i have and i've been having. It's my striker. Has to be so so good now. The way the battle system works had that cinematic battle system. that's also turn it's Similar to older final now sees the except you can control one character in. You can attack with that character and as you attack you fill up your and then You use once. That gauge is filled up. You can use a special ability a magic spell or in the normal mode an item but In order to be effective throughout the game there are several enemy types. That require magic. So you have to be really facility anger management of your mp and if you happen check out the twitch channel twitch dot tv slash protocol pop. If you go through the fahd's you'll see me On this day That's february seventeenth the bod for that day. I believe i'm forgetting what i titled. Be extreme. but you'll see me die to just regular monster. Yeah after you stream you can act I don't delay any black sesame street and But you'll see me die. Should just regular moms because i'm like well i can't use in. Emp cycle ran right now. I'm on that boss fight. And i have almost no empty quarter like running from like people. It's i challenges. you dislike. no i actually don't know if you can run from them as far as like ro. Oh you can't even go. And with a lot of these monsters he would do better to actually fight them and try and figure out the sack strategy rather than you know runaway. That seems to be at least my experience. Harman's i remember when i play fantasy i used to. I would be playing. And there's cases where. I was just like told we beefed up and ready to go but i had something i was doing and some slime it or something would show up and i'd be like run and then we'll get insistent and i'd be like alright dead. I had something. I didn't want to fight you. But if you wanna be insisted about it now i have a real big fan of the pond berry creature the little green creature. That's in the hood with the little tiny dagger and usually in most final fantasy with him. It's fraud because he can kill you. In one youth lowly paul lauding along and then eventually he just steps doing bills. You and there was a boss in this game. That on hard mods. It's like this house. And it started spitting out on there. And i'm like oh no that covers it as far as my week And how. I got my among awesome darryl So we hear gaming. 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Well i definitely wanted to talk a little bit about Beatdown in treachery and beatdown city. had discussed a little bit of in the show During yeah definitely You know i'm this. Game is great madrid for city. This is great because it's an indeed title and it's developed of course by an african american developer by the name of shaun alexander allen he also goes by on twitter new challenger. You can find him at new challenger on twitter of course and Or you can go to a tree and beat beatdown city the onshore but you can go to the website and check out his death blog where he is. He discusses More about on the gang was created and Some of the different things that he's taken out in terms of incorporating new and exciting different things into the game. So that's one thing i want to discuss is because Eventually at some point. I am willing to download this game The fee of twenty dollars worse on nintendo as well as a young woman. I was thinking is pc but know it's not pc Stream at you can download the game on. I'll steam yes on scene well as on nintendo switch And there's another platform. I can't remember which one though. I think it might be either. Xbox or p c or pius five or four these five but Yet this this title was the was still being developed in two thousand and nineteen. And i remember meeting sean in two thousand nineteen and He want his one his studios. had Ah game he had developed had actually won an award at that specific indicate Unfortunately was not able to get an interview with sean at that time but a we tried to set things up later but i lost contact information with him so I did however contact him again and we'll be having a another Will be setting up a time when will be You know having an interview and discussing more about the details of the game in his. Take on the game you know. I like to know a few more things about the game to myself. Before i decide to go ahead and now make a purchase so Besides the initial view of the game. From what i've seen it looks very reminiscent of The a classic games like Mt em it em indeed or teenage munin mutant ninja turtles An excuse me. And i also rage of streets of rage as well as A battle toads very reminiscent of those type of game. The very much. Eight edema from what i'm looking at. It's a very. it's very be much. A beat him up fighter and fighter style games spider style game but the unique thing about this game is that it is true has turned style based tactics involved as well as the inc was something that had not previously been Develo Been involved with this game when it was created and i read a little bit more about how Sean went about creating these weapons and actually developing The mechanics behind And core or assistant. He couldn't just incorporate any weapons into the system. It wouldn't have made sense. He had to do things that would actually May have made sense for the game. Aim as well as things that would have made sense for the game For code wise as well. Because there's of course a lot of coding volve with developing a game so he had to do things that would actually work for the game in code as well as for statistics as well as for back story and that was something i had discussed with him a little bit or has incorporate a little bit of a back story with the weapons so that the it kind of gives them a gives. Your players Those who choose to support you A little more something to invest in in the game versus just okay. Well this guy picked up a weapon that fell or broke from xyz building or xyz villanueva. And drop this weapon. When you know went and beat them up it will. I thought it would have been an interesting way to incorporate the weapons but of course i'm not a developer here so oh We'll see what he does if he if he did anything with that but I'm not seeing that. I won't supportive if if that's the case but I highly encourage you guys to check this game out at least look at the website. I believe the wet as a matter of fact when he pulled the website right. Now i'm talking to you guys So the reason why. I want to support them. Of course is because black history month and of course he's also a very strong supporter of black lives matter and he is also course african american on and as i talked about earlier there needs to be more representation in The media outlets that we choose to actually enjoy Were as to actually fill that. We're you know a part of the community So i think sean does this in a very unique way and i think that that's one of the reasons why i want to amplify his voice this this none because he's not doing this in a way that is in the traditional sense where you talk about the accolades of african americans and You talk about how to actually go Having discussions at the table sitting at a table into discussion versus you know beating your problems out of someone. Instead he is encouraged in gamers and of players alike to take their frustrations out on video game. In my opinion you got have something that went wrong and your day. Okay go into golan play on my game. Treachery and bedell city trying to conquer Be all these villains in the city and you know made you'll feel better. I see that as a positive outlet for people to actually vent their frustrations through and that's needed in the gaming community. Because there's a lot of the situation that happens in games as well as outside of these. So i i believe that sean is actually really doing something. Good as well as trying to put his own unique spin into how The game is developed. How it's portrayed And i also think that is. It's us is used to try to reach to our inner child and talk to us reach to us on that level because they a lot of us. are nostalgic. We wanna fill lake we Are kit again. We want to have that moment of in of fun in the sun again. So is like he's she's catering to that specifically because he knows that there's gonna be a market for that. And i think that's very smart at him to have done as a developer in the community He could have chosen any route to have gone through with this. But he specifically chose to go a retro while route as opposed to doing something new innovative and it works for the indy. For the for indie games. I think it really works very well. I have never seen a turn based so this is really interesting to me. So i didn't looking at up Yeah those mechanics. Alone are one of the reasons why i think gamers should check the this game out because the term based tactics that you can use in this him up style. Game is not something you typically see in any Beat up style game And for those of you who actually beat him up style games but want backfill of the final fantasy aspect of like you know taking turns beating up a character. This is the game for you or you want to explore that. You wanna see how that feels how that would play out. This is the game. I would recommend guys thoughts on like this This particular title. And what i've described one of the things From these contracts. I've been walking at Is that it has more of an eight bit style to it than a sixteen bit star. Which i think that's really interesting. As far as upbeat them up does because in sixteen bit. They're usually in a more closer to sixteen bit taller characters. bigger Environment and this is very kind of small and hunker down as eight bit Which once i saw the game. I totally understand what you mean by. Teenage mutant ninja turtles because the overhead map very much use overhead map as the original ninja turtles. Gay moment right. And there's view trick showing in his developer blog On his website that he would pull in some of these old school games that i mentioned in one of that men teenage mutant ninja turtles He shows how donatello if. I'm not mistaken. He's the one with the staff. yes now. Donatello can easily throwdown his staff from a platform onto an enemy and use that as an attack and it's kind of like a little bit of the cheap but it's also a fair way to go ahead and Safely this Some speech problems here. Excuse me says a safe way to go ahead and dispatch enemies without jeopardizing your position that actually appointing necessary in turtles. Because that game is extremely hard and even though some stuff like you could consider. It's breaking the game quote unquote. I would say that game is difficult enough that where it deserves to be broken and exploited. Mike i agree because i've played through not necessarily teenage mutant ninja turtles but Mario brothers for example was extremely hard as a kid for me I got stuck so many times at that part where you get to the lava pit and you're trying to drop jump over the lava pit. I remem- from me. Because people will get fed up with me falling in is like it's my turn now g all i can see how the league while using Break game breaking things like that would actually warrant for the need for the need for that that that would be more of an exploit I there's like doubled flight distinction between two breaking meaning. It doesn't work exploit meaning something that shouldn't be done but can okay. Nba you used to to give you an mix us okay. That makes sense that that. I'm glad you clarified that because you know there. Are those terms. See in a not a lot of people understand what exactly those terms truly need. Right they're interchangeable terms and especially unless you're really in development side of video games. They're not terms that the average run into or even the average gamer. right now. Part core gamer like obviously going going to The up on that vocabulary but yeah. There's just small distinctions. Between the two. And i was going to say there. It's moseley that the. I just remember the turtles game being so hard. And one of the reasons is being hard is that you have the fraternal right. And every time when dies. That's it their permanent. You have to go through the entire game with all full like to pass a level snake. An area once with one kurt. Seen this game is far. But i've only played it. Arcade style and arcade style seem like a fun game though. That's a totally different game. But then i hear like the home system in it's like. Oh oh wow. I see yeah. It was a market being saying. Don't sign me up. The marketing for the nintendo game was just you know ninja turtles. This is the ninja turtles game. And you already had this arcade game. That was fantastic. It was like a natural beat up like straight up. Td beat him up one of the best actually still and But you had that the arcade so a lot of kids got the ninja turtles game and they had this extremely difficult. You know you need us exploits. You need to manage your characters. How stuff and like just off. All the bid i i know i never beat it so i noticed that that game had kind of a like a little vibe to it like it had the like. I'd say almost like a laser suit larry or fallout kind of where like kind of laughs at itself Lets what's another name. What's another game that so it's gonna like a borderlands or saints row where it's not taking it to sell to seriously at teens so you know i was. It's a funny story about borderlands. I was I was at e. Three and i was taking a picture of the statue of borderlands. And i have one of those guys come out and they were like really really upset because i guess it was gonna be content or something like the statue was like a a big A big thing or something like that and it ended up being like. I don't know it's really weird. I i was kinda surprised now. So i have a uncle stuff that does i'm trying to think of how you describe this but air conditioner repair basically but piping for major built And on he went to riots and he was showing the pictures long holiday and he was like they absolutely did not want me to take pictures of a. They were super on me about what i was taking. Pictures actually it's funny. I i have a situation where Was a i worked lizard but i worked blizzard as a security guard. It was the weirdest thing ever. Because i was not working in my capacity as press and i had my camera but i knew i was not working for blizzard in the capacity of press. I was working as security. And that was that was weird because there were some times when i wanted to take Lissouba matic sorcerer which has been like brought up the you know we should just talk about his brand his Go with his His onscreen name Anyway he He was talking on Either dark side of the room. No is hobby hall. And he was talking about they're talking about humanism. They'll get into that but basically what he was talking about is. He has got a three d. printer and he spent a grip on it. I mean like you know he could get a used car for the spinner pretty much and he wants to give back to the community where he grew up and he was talking about like you know when he was in When he was in mid school like he missed a lot of program for instance they had the reading rainbow program. And like you know that year. He didn't end up going being part of that reading rainbow program and he is very aware as as we hear gaming. Fixer very where that Role playing games have a huge amount of fundamental teachings Math or reading problem solving and lots of other things. Lots with things and So what he wants to do is he wants to give you know miniatures and a role playing games. Intercity kids any wants to start Organizations you know in in you know offer this to kids. Teach them how to shoes use miniatures. Or if they're interested in say white wealth it's like. Here's here's your starter. Pack for some white wolf. Go take a look at this and if you have any questions you can't take a look this book and if you want more books than i can get you more books thing and i really think it's an awesome idea My a my mom was a special education teacher compton over twenty five years and of that twenty five years. I was probably there. I don't even know how many times i was. I was there with my mom helping her with various projects and stuff. So it's always been something near and dear to my heart and the i see op opportunity where we can do that. And we've been wanting to do something for marathon. And i like helping out extra life but the reality is is they're making millions of dollars for these kids which is great but You know there's not millions of dollars for inner city kids enrolled playing. And so it's something that i can do where i can. We can make a little bit of a difference by having a marathon where that money would go towards building this up and so we're going to do that and we're also going to. We sell a lot of used games. And sometimes they don't they don't get sold and i just hold onto them. I'm not gonna hold onto anymore. I'm gonna put them in a box. And i'm going to send them to the cinemax sorcerer. So that he can Give him to these two to help with this project. And i'm going to also we have A club called the slugs We've been trying to establish I you know obviously ovid's been around. I haven't really been able to dove campus to campus and because of my health that's not necessarily an option but one thing i can do is i i'm going. We're going to have instructions on for people how to start those clubs. And i'll probably start eventually going to the campuses and you know helping people get established for so they have a gaming club on the campus and the point of that is is basically the. I'm going to also create a bridge program. Where if these people are in their community college with the cinematic source saucer with back in the deck. I will Bridge them into gaming fix. And we'll have something like a scholarship setup so that we can just take somebody from that Situation in say You know for whatever. Let's say the the watts community center Where does it matter sir. Sure is teaching them to You know to gaming fix. We'll be like okay. We know this guy's really cool. He wants to go to sri does college and we will make sure that you know he has not. We'll do everything for him but we can do something. Do something for these kids. You know people haven't done something for these kids and you know. I like the idea that the cinematic schwarzer wants to do something for this kids. And we're going to go all in with them to. I decided that last night. And i wanted to make that clear and so. That's what i'm i'm doing and I don't know what are your thoughts on that. Heather i agree with this one hundred percent and i think it's a great idea. Honestly believe in this idea it's It could be a tool to help feed intercity kids outta gains off drugs. Basically an inspired them to be more creative as in crete the next big thing in the world that we need who knows they could be in the next been created person do develop some kind of instrument or tool or some kind of cure were to his. They were innovative and Ingenuity enough inside of a role playing game that made a big hands. Lob because of a program like but one We're trying to put together with with the cinematic source here. That's the way i see it. And yeah so i mean i think this is this is great and you know i just wanna amine. Sounds like a great program and if we can give him some more fuel to his fire that's gonna do you know pictures and stuff and i thought it'd be really cool to to show these pictures for for the you know for gaming fix and i knew that it would probably be my but if i did so they are and i was like right next to this really awesome statue. 'cause they have the statues for Overwatch and they have the statues for Warcraft here and there and those statues looking by the way because they were putting them into place and stuff. I think i only worked at one day or something out when people were actually there speaking of Heavy-handed borderland So are you aware at all what happened like last year. No no two years ago. Jeez before borderlands. Three there is a youtuber. That found. I don't know if it was him specifically he's a twister. Remain you to it. And his name. A do have the article up here. Forgetting his name now sub motto that it And he had found and published on his youtube channel orleans. Three three shots and information before it came out Take to apparently sent private investigators. You know they down. Basically any eventually did delete his twitter. As far as i'm looking at by people you mean like people in a black car knocked on his door though. Apparently they were private events. That's hired by take two interactive private investigators or private events. What would these private investigators to him. Maybe okay so pi's okay. That makes sense. I thought i thought i'm saying they had like in-house no no. No no okay Is basically what it sounded like. Because i do remember this vaguely Maybe some one. I watched at the time covered Is that it was basically out of nowhere car rolls up to dudes suits like. Hey the you really shouldn't be post in that. They're bad things might happen egg. Exactly it'd be a shame if something happened to for post and stuff on borderlands and it definitely shows that sometimes the nature of intellectual property and protections of like say. Nda's and things like that and he being be marketing. A certain way can get a little heavy handed overboard. Oh yeah they can. We'll did you hear about this this. I thought this was amazing. This is kind of the same thing so this week. all of the wwe wrestling stars were told so the originally we're told in in there was actually someone who put over this that they couldn't The because w the owns or lightness in their contracts that they can't work with third parties using their name or even using using themselves without like consulting with wbz so all these people were doing twitchy channels like up down down with Exam your woods and The big one that was known for for doing it was I can't think rename right. Now as alina vega zelina vega had a really popular twitch channel and she was making pretty significant amounts of money. And they said yeah. You can't do that. She's like. I guess i'm just gonna leave. Wbz and she did but get their stand. That's the better option of the two and with wwe making the contract as on. Let's so rick dear it's gonna get worse. Okay how this get this. So now if the wbz star let's say they're eating pf changs right and they take a picture and like you do on your twix on your twitter. Then a wwe could find them because they're advertising for pf changs or if they hashtag oriole cookies like i'm eating oreos today then because wbz owns their likeness. Now mind you. The contract is very very one way. Because you know they don't get health care they don't get protection but they own their image and they're just a contractor but they own their image bright. They're quite obviously an employee at that right if you go and you till like your plumber whose you know private contractor and you're like yeah Sign this and it says antione your image so you know you're gonna make sure do these things to there's going to tell you exactly you know how short of a walk you need to take off the pier and all that stuff. So it's it's crazy but yeah that's another one where it's like. Ip's is strange. like i. i mean so. It's weird because like i have a friend that's like there should be no ip. I don't believe that. Because i create ip you know we have black in the white now in color. We have some things that are in intellectual property that we don't want somebody just steal them but at the same time or like you know. We have things that we've created here gaming fix. We don't want to someone just just taking it right but at the same time. I don't know maybe. I shouldn't have it for ninety. Years is ninety years before it becomes public domain one hundred twenty now because of the mass because of the mouse. Wow i did not know mickey had that way because i was under the impression it was still only like seventy years. I heard it was one hundred twenty because They they decided that they didn't want mickey to go under public domain. And he so old that they had to extended past seventy years now because they didn't want it because it was just a row about ready to it would go under public domain but the thing is really stupid about that and this is the thing that almost all business people tell you is execution. So it's really slow like you have your ip which is executed a certain way which really cannot be duplicated because they're not you at the end of the day they're still not year regardless of what the ip is. Which is the reality of you can have mickey mouse but are you going to execute. It lightened like disney does probably not because you're not as sharp you don't have all the tools so there's no reason to say. Oh yeah fine. Draw mickey if you want to. But we're going to smoke you because we have all these different avenues. I mean you know. We've all seen like copyrighted or like you know ripped off toys and stuff and i mean you know. They're they're not good. Oh they're they're terrible right so it's not like it's really a threat it's just you know people don't wanna see it and i get that but at the same time if you're execution is so superb usually it doesn't matter that's like the one thing that i was taught as far as like my scripts because i was like. Oh i wanna do a script for the school. But i don't i don't know if i want everybody to see it because if i show it to people like what if they take it and all that stuff and like my doctor just said hey actually you should do the opposite short everybody. You know why because they'll be like frank script. I saw everybody seen that script. That's frank rich because they know 'cause he's shown up everybody so it just depends on how you how you see it. I guess getting flashbacks to that simpsons episode of the itchy scratchy thing like who created it. Yeah it's just. It's an interesting thing i don't know but that's like way off topic but it's just something I think those come up is especially with you. Know people just being really insecure about their ip dead and pacelli with the borderlands case. It's more like they were hyped about the borderlands three announcement an and as usual and it leaks. Of course it does foam out. You know someone either breaks nda or someone internally. And i'll give something out in this case it's unclear exactly who found the twitch extension that had this coins three. Yeah i mean it always happens but it always happens and this who didn't even sign an nda kind of thing so it seems somewhat ridiculous at least I'm still kinda new at this. I'd covering these kind of topics but it seems somewhat ridiculous for them to send private. investigators do it flights. I agree i agree. It's the you know the routes of filing or death has as y'all someone options to your house without ramallah jr and actually talk to you about Something that you just happen to stream or happens you get a whole we will get. We know how did but wanna hold of it and now you're actually you know you're you're being penalized for it right so it's kind of it reminds me of that. That's what that's what it reminds me of an. It's not something i should. He be practice. So i don't know why exactly you're sending boats to people's houses. This is almost like nineteen eighty. Four stuff right here now. I can't believe this is happening in our community I mean i can but at the same token you know. I shouldn't be believing that this is happening in our community. Just because this is so ludicrous and You know outrageous. I would venture to say if ali every supporter of gordon wins or to That i was setting the stop supporting him. Because i don't agree with these types over whose investigation into their Creators what what are you. Reading names leaking or Median heim the outlet should look at a league as a way of from leaks on the hopping. No matter what. I don't under- widely he they. Oh pay this person weekdays. Why don't we put them on the books and give them you know. Act amount of dollars to continue to promote the game. I mean that will. That doesn't sound like something that would be. Why why would we be able to do something like that. You think in the case for having to this guy. He published information And monetize it is where the line is drawn and this is information that was not supposed to be available for the public again like now as far as like would i not support word winds well too late on that one for what there were. It was actually crazy in the lead up to world lands three. There were so many missteps by epoch are not epic but by gearbox games in particular their ceo randy pitchford and Take the and this is the take two did now. Yes i would definitely say. They deserve a lot of criticism. All the criticism For what they did in the situation our ever I don't know if i would not buy borderlands if this were two years ago and it were coming out and i have a understandable danton two years ago vip installing a whole different ballgame. You know probably wouldn't have mattered big but we're talking about her different of in early span wine mail. Uk as taking such a serious stance on this in said monetize. That triggered automatically. Oh he's making money off of this. That's a no no you don't make money off his stuff meet. You know you do not support the back. Because then you're basically copyright infringing on that person's. I d their intellectual property so i get. I did the legal forcing of of action that to pay took but to send a added investigators to that person. No oh well. I would not bother investigating whether not borderlands three in early and the situation did happen quite a while ago. It says the use Over over protectiveness of particular at information. andy Like you said beyond the pale. Certainly like i said i wouldn't. I might not send investigators. However i would probably sem summons or seeing d hoppy right. Exactly please you might. Yeah you're super low. I don't know what's wrong with my mind. Well when you put it up we can hear you better. You hear me better now. Know that those saying just like with your might. Just go in right while she's doing that. I'm going to change the better. I wanted to talk about this new game coming out that i'm super excited about. It's called evil and well. We all know that. I'm interested in evil Because iran got evil for you behind and it was just fun but also just more interesting. If you look at it like the batman villains you know the deceptive con just more interesting all around but evil is going to be soon available for for early access on steam. And i don't know how you're going to get it. I think we'll have a little bit more information. You'll be able to go onto the site. The site is currently worked on. And we'll try and get you more information on that as to exactly where to go and see that but evil is a new game that is imagine a cross between among us and where with real live of movement but instead of doing casts you're actually investigating the murders that have happened in during the night. And if you're a normal villager than you'll have a role there's seven different characters new game in each one of those characters has can have a role like you have detective. You have trapper. You have just different wools the you can play in the case of a detective. You can actually work at night but most of the time you're working during the day if you wanted good guys working during the night while you know what you're doing killing people so it's it works like that it's all In an actual full frame. I've actually looked at it. It's really nice. game Each person plays. It's a social deductive but it's a social deductive with With moving your character around and checking out the scene of the crime and then you can actually make the decision. Also there's a component where you have to create the the execution device so that when you want to get rid of villagers once everybody has done that then you can start trials For people that you suspect of being the batteries and then those bodies have different role sue. It looks like it'd be really fun game and i'm looking forward to it Yeah that sounds very interesting. And i've never played where world though having a easy bridge to you playing for exactly exactly I definitely think the citizens available will probably have it on the channel Because i didn't find out. So the reason i i know about this because of our promotions company we work with Very heavily uber strategist They contacted us. Let us know about About evil and i checked it out and I guess it was available and like they have like a rundown and everything During the vessel. And i just got more into eight. Rpg and Ended up losing that. But i didn't know about the Where will because i think. It wasn't in the list of things that i was looking at at the time. So it's something that's fun. And i think it'll be really cool and i i look forward to To find out more about that so of. I know you said you thought it was a. It'd be pretty good bridge for you. Dell what do you think. What do i eat or does darryl take. What do you think. Well i think it will be a great conduit for jarrell. We'll know i think of the game. Oh what do i think of the gate a you have played where wolfe Yeah i played it briefly once or twice I think i would play. I think i would actually play it just being where wolf and You know how it actually is. Its own beast if you will And see an a havoc late among us. So i don. I couldn't actually can pair that with it but I would like to see how it plays. I think i will do letter opinion of what it would be like doing. During new year's did you not guess among us you just played. You just ended up playing box. The jack box games very well school. yeah it's it's like sense fun. It's deductive social game. I like playing where with alternate last line. Strategic khan and We didn't go to strategic on this this time but It's it looks like it'd be that kind of a game it's a it's it's just like a Rpg style game where. You're walking around and You buy combine items and those items can can change your ability to check things and so it's like it's a social deduction but at the same time it's also You know kind of sam boxy too so i think it'd be fun. I'm really curious. How well the festa gatien part of. It's going to play out because that seems to be something puff for video. I think as far as investigation. What'll happen that's one thing that's interesting too is the. It's not like an automatic. I found the body so now. Let's talk about it like among us. It's going to be more I went through this guy's house. He was fine with this guy's house. He was fine. Oh i went to this guy's house and he was not fine and now we have to talk about it so it might take a minute and then like meetings will be able to break out and stuff i don't know if the lender be more and more streamlined because people to play more of an among us style game. But i like. I like the slow that they're starting with and i hope it stays that way. Because i think the pacing more interesting but one thing about among us is Like i've thought about doing among us as a live action party game and basically it could work but it's like okay you're going to everybody is going to do a bunch of tasks that have no actual intrinsic value except for. We're putting our spaceship together. Or whatever and then you know people are going to do their do the thing whereas this way it's like the thing is the investigation as opposed to Like tasks that you could do or not do like you could just sit there and be like i don't really want to do these tasks what what you know. What is my stake in. If i don't do the tasks in a moment they don't turn on the ship if i don't do these things besides suspect because i'm not doing the things what is well so the only way to win among us is for everyone to have done all the tasks i so. That's a fair reason. It's and that's why you're that's why the ghosts are thing because those can apparently still work. Yeah even yeah. Well you know. That's how the giovanni work to they can so you're dead to after you did. You didn't work for the geelong so that's pretty cool But that. I thought that was fun. i have something else but Already gone so if you if something else well as far as Game announcements and stuff. The nintendo or erect was today. I didn't catch all of it. wasn't announcement I'm kind of excited about though is for heroes three. No i have not played the first two Nomar heroes is an action game about a twenty year. Old unemployed gamer basically who becomes djeddai lightsaber wilder to but in short terms is another reverend game. tongue-in-cheek it apparently has really good combat. And i liked to get into the series. So that's what i saw added nintendo direct right. No i get you and That that sounds really cool Is there anything else in to direct struck you besides no more heroes Jeez aside no more heroes. They're actually there's not for me but for just about everybody else. In the gaming community is that there will be a monster. Hunter game coming out on. Switch this march but a lot of people are really excited about monster hunter. So yeah keep that out. What was it. March march twenty. Six people are excited about march. Oh speaking of march Marks i want to say we're going to have the zack snyder Cut of justice league which. I am super excited about ben excited about since My birthday when i got see kevin smith and he wax poetic about it for probably thirty forty minutes and Got me wanting to buy tigger right then and there and you know it. Rates took us about two years but now he have it available and It's funny because there's a lot of people that have been wanting to take the piss out of it. And i've just been like. Yeah no no been waiting for what and it's gonna be on. Hbo max so it just means. I gotta pay like seventeen dollars for the month to see this movie that i wanna see and it's not even going to be as expensive as it was to go to the theater so whatever i wanna see it. I think it'll be cool. I've already likes I don't know if you've seen the If you've seen the The trailer but the new version of a the bad guy can't think of his name right now. He just looks much better. They did a bunch of digitizing on him so it doesn't look like it's just a big makeup piece. It's it's really cool and can it. It just looks really cool. There's a scene where he's talking to Like in this is just the trailer. This is not spoilers. But there's a scene where he's talking to the joker which was definitely not in the original. There's a scene where he's walking around in Like with pilots outfit on for so many which we don't know so i mean there's a lot of very cool. There's a lot of new daddy's and stuff in there. And i knew when we went to go see kevin smith in kevin bernardo and kevin smith were talking about The schneider's that this was not something that yeah mark. Granato side the That this was going to be something we were gonna wanna see out center whether you were a fan or not just this. This sounds like a much better story. Line and way more fleshed out. It does it I think it'll be like three hours or something. But that's okay. He'll be so once it. Though i mean i know it's gonna be me. Yeah exactly yeah. I i want to ask you though since you are gonna perches for seventeen dollars for them on. What else are you gonna watch. 'cause i know you're not gonna watch that movie only and then be like done with the whole thing and wash your hands of all if i get it in march and that and that's assuming stimulus i'm not kidding guys i i. I'm on fumes here but That's assuming that you know biden. Actually pass a stimulus by march. Then i will be able to get a feel. Max i know big big dreams here Because right now i'll be honest all my streaming services are gone like the only thing i can. I can watch on crunchy roll. And i can watch a youtube and then i have to have cable. So that's fine But also cable bats story for march is godzilla vs to. That's going to be on the same same time. Elo gets a washington. Be a max says. Well you've god's delivers on nice nights. Each max's is a dime just so you know we're just relaxing. Wish did big even just give little bit myths mama's little meth. I gotta tell you though. Because she's missed out on her disney plus through the account we share and she's like what is he gonna pay the bill. He's on he's he's got a bit of an issue. Mommy can't work right now. I'm trying to get to get the food stamps right now. This situation so anyway. Yeah so there's that things are just rough for everybody but it is. Yeah that reminds me. Our hearts go out to texas You know i. I've said things about texas. But i have some friends in texas and i really. You know i nobody. Nobody is a good person. Wants people to freeze to death. And i know that they're going to situations nox you mar future winter and The electric companies there have like rolling blackouts and they're not like we think of rolling blackout. It's like it's been days and days since people have power I have a friend who just said. She hand warmers. And i asked if they had butane stoves and she said that she didn't have one and like all the places where either gouging them or Or just were out of them. So it's it's a thing I'm concerned about all these people. And i just want to just give our thoughts and prayers. Because that's us too much but just give our love out to people and hope that they get there in a better situation. And i i'm thinking maybe there's something we can do and if if this keeps going maybe maybe we'll be something walter got it but Yeah so there's that I want to touch on this. So enemy is going. West of net flicks is inviting Japanese students They don't have to be japanese but they're looking for people that speak very fluently. Japanese like you don't have to have them have had language but they want you to be able to speak conversational japanese. Which is a pretty big Asked so you can come and be a animator for net flicks and do Anime because now they want to tell they want to teach these people how to do it. Western style like it should be done and so. That's where the crux of this conversation is going to be going. So i just wanted to make sure i was clear on the situation because i've only been able to glance over a couple articles. Okay i is that. Net flicks is sending americans to japan to train them to animate so they're doing that but they're also free they're also Trying to get japanese into their schools to teach them how to how to Do ami a. Is it that netflix wants to start producing stuff in the united states. Because i know they have things like devil man crybaby and a few other exclusives that are produced in japan so they basically want to do that but they also want to. They want to teach people in like this is been made clear like with wire as far as looking at some of the net flicks Enemy is they want to teach people to do ami proper for western audiences That is a big ass because western audience. He really is because anime. Originally was never intended for western audiences. It was just kind of Adopted by western audiences because western audiences liked men those the the particular that particular format of media so i mean Brand of anime connelly. I feel like it's going to be a slap in the face to the japanese in any animator of japanese animation. Because they want they don't like americans for the most part and to They feel like anything. That's american. Anime is not real anime and i would have to agree. There's if you go and make it a western be the same thing. It's not going to be in of anime. And i'm not saying that to be like an elitist or anything like that is just. That's not an and if it's not made by a japanese people or folks come from that background Altogether that's not what you call a cartoon Ores of something. I just you know it would just be an animated. But here's the thing i will say. And i'm not i'm not going to defend them this But i will say that just because of where you're coming from that like you have crean anime houses like broccoli and you also have Some mangga you know. Creators from australia I think there's some that are french. There's been some and the those have been allowed to be part of the enemy scene and it still has the same flavor bright and that player there. I think it's no surprise that the united states kinda fell in love with anime. Obviously since the nineteenth late nineteen forties nineteen fifties. There has been a cultural exchange between the americas and japan for right significantly. I can think of a lot of eighty game. Designers sure really big into eighties action. Who right in. Like i think a lot of that so like some of the enemy. I'm sure it is an exchange like it does come from you. Know things like John woo films and such where they've definitely added. Where where those cut scenes and stuff were added to animate. And i mean a lot of the original anime for it's supposedly when you look at cartoons like for instance louis tunes versus Anime which is like a huge massive gape of of things right comparing like what you what was what was out around the time. Kara in theater. That was a cartoon like some disney movie. Maybe maybe masters of the universe. Let's say but like the thing is is. There was no cut scenes like you. Didn't you never saw he face mike from here and then well. I know that the listeners can hear but from his like a cut scene of just as is looking onward or just the different things. That anime did as far as taking the cartoon shots and turning them into Cuts like you would have different perspectives different perspectives. Which is what makes it anime. As far also obviously the the ideology and the and the different way of seeing things that has definitely with them and so. That's one thing that was said by The youtube bur that i was watching I can't think link now but What do they call guys. I gave you the link. Oh con cash clown fish is that why not why didn't Something like crunchy roll and or net flicks. Just pay animators more. Because like the amount of money. The japanese animators paid is like peanuts. So if you just paid animators more money and said do your thing instead of douar thing. Then you'd have quality products that were being then people would want to see as opposed to you know something. That's kind of a weird crossbreed covers. That's one thing that a wired article just recently said is the. Hey there's like a weird feel when you're watching the net flicks enemy because it's got that westernize feel to it so it doesn't feel quite like anime and i don't know what that's exactly what i'm i'm forgetting who said it. It was a streamer. I was watching recently Made the offhand comment. That anime might be one of the only medias that poll tro takes american culture and re he packages it and sends it out. Yeah exactly whereas like it's just a different. It's yeah it's it's what it is. And the no. I have not watched any of the net flicks enemies. I know i get that vibe. You're talking about though. Frank from castleblaney council vania but i've seen Our our wb. Wi- which i think was an in house netflix show. I don't know maybe i'm wrong. Maybe i'm wrong. Maybe it wasn't out the oxy pretty good. I've been trying to make my way through it but it's a two and a half hour video. This youtuber named h has like to has that deep dive into the wb y The guy who originally created be enemies that inspired that was like really good ami so that might have been. That might have been doucet's own thing. I don't know i and the thing is. I don't have netflix. So i have no way of checking right now of seeing. What some of their stuff is. I've seen some of their live action stuff in the one thing i will say is like the brothers From alchemist was very Like it was pretty much thought on the exact same Beginning beginning part of the cartoon and the one character they pretty much win. They found a guy that looks just like the guy in anime Shot oh that's right live action thing. Yeah but i didn't feel reason to watch it really. Because like i watched it but then i was like well. Why didn't watch this. Because what was the difference besides being live action. I mean if joy need us. Do i have to have a change in media and this is a question that comes up like if you look at Lion king just watch linking recently. Okay but why mike. I saw the story now. I see it with real animals. But what i'm just changing. My mediums is changing my medium in that situation. Does it give me that much fuller story to change anything. Besides the fact that you can't teach hyenas to goosestep and you can't get animals to Do bob fosse numbers if you could only that but you know it just doesn't translate the same because the animals can't emote like humans or like and the nation would be able to. That was one of the big problems with the lion. Came alive action yet. A change in or filming or how you create it does not necessarily give it a new angle. That's what i'm saying Lake i understand from a filmmakers point of view why you would take a book and turn it into a movie and why that's different because i can show emotion through my camera lens that you could also fill through the book and it could be a little bit different than The way in which the book works and so we give you a differ. Take on it and that might be cool but to just change the fact that okay. We're going from animation to live action. I don't know what that really does. But going back to the subject i just. It's always bad whenever someone's like we're going to teach you how to do this right and they've been doing this for years for hundreds. That's what i'm yeah Like take well to the fifty s. Probably a little bit longer. I wanna see since Mid twenties mid twenties early thirties is is a wiccan. No astroboy probably came out in the fifties. 'cause like the first like astro boy and blackjack i think we're to the first enemies. Sounds about right. Yeah by the way if you ever get a chance watch blackjack and you'll and you will absolutely feel like marvel stole what is it Oh you know the doctor the doctor strange because blackjack is a so blackjack is a master surgeon who is very much into himself and is in a car crash and then goes and becomes a surgeon for everybody else. It's the it's the exact beginning story of Doctor strange like they'd he loses his his Ability to be a doctor in so he's not able to so he'd have to actually look from outside himself. It's it's pretty much the same story you'll differences a blackjack is still a surgeon. But he goes and he goes to all these different underworld type places and does surgeries. Because you know they can't afford it so it's it's really. He's like the first doctor without borders interest. I've never actually seen blackjack now. I'm reminded of another character that had that Except it was very brief of series. It was the two thousand nine mortal kombat series. That was kind of trying to go for a Batman begins christopher nolan realism and they made baraka surgeon. That accident when killed some wine and then he started just grafting you know blades onto his arms. But he going to be a doctor anymore. Like mike you. Do you know because if your plastic surgeon you mess up blades on the arms people do that and then become you know veronica right. Yeah i understand great. I discontinued the things. I can't hear you guys but you can hear me so let's good anyway So yeah i. I think that like i said i think it'd just be cool. If if they would pay these people money and shut up a lot do their thing. I definitely agree. Play the animators. My disney style that'll disney would do does need be like oh these properties work. That's one thing disney's really good at is they. Don't just start tearing things apart that work there like this works so we will make an exact copy of it just like this and use it because that's the smart way then going and saying well. We don't know that everybody that this is going to be as mass appeal. It's like well. You know what anime might not be mass appeal. That's fine especially us. People that follow animate. We don't want it to be necessarily mass appeal. We wanted to be what we like specifically what my animated change so. But hey if you like this show. There's way you can help us out. You can go onto patriots dot com and you can become a patron becoming a patron. You can come and be part of discussions game nights. And eventually you'll be able to be a contestant on the ultimate showdown which would be pretty cool and the could help us out. We really appreciate it. I pref- it all. Yeah everyone would appreciate all of this. Oh good good was open but also coming soon. We have gatecrasher vase and Right now our still looking for players so if you wanna play semi an email code red games dot com. I'll be happy to answer your letter. Read anything else guys No nothing nothing coming for me. I'll just be streaming on twitch dot tv slash protocol. Bob art cool. I think later tonight. I might be streaming myself On gaming fix just doing some test runs Because see if we can play some music and our rooms and retro games. Actually thinking about Playing streets rage. Just because but i don't have it but it is free to download so i might grab it and Might might the front facing streets raids. We we mentioned it. Not not because. I don't wanna keep dying. Maybe a wall. Then you guys can see me. Die over and over again. They might actually charged for that. St your arrange was free. So i get that will soon. I've got a bunch of other games on my play and play some music like that anyway. I guess we're all about jockey. So i guess it's time to wrap up anything that they wanted to promote. Let us know about before we sign off and say sinar. As i mentioned before the show early today i will be streaming gandhara Along with a few other games Not really sure where. I'm and i will also be streaming most bleeding at my new schedule most likely twitch pages well as social media for instagram twitter and as well as facebook on my face pages well and You know you kim. Find all the links as well I'm sure for myself very all of the all. That information. I'm not sure france going to put that up on the pod being But we'll we'll probably talk. We'll see but yeah the later tonight. probably around six and Hoped to catch some of you in the chats at some point so from six. pm pacific spending time. i will be streaming and the usually stream After the show on wednesdays a willingness timeframe so Of course you know. Like i said i will be but not that schedule again and and hope to get you in the chat. 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Time to Meet & Confer! (E12)

SDCBA's Meet and Confer

32:56 min | 2 months ago

Time to Meet & Confer! (E12)

"The sandiego county bar association's an convert a podcast for the san diego legal community. I'm renee stackhouse. A solo focusing on plaintiff personal injury and military defense. And i'm jim crosby. And i have a civil litigation and with us today are back wetter and david grapple from the san diego county public defender's office and the senior county district attorney's office respectively. Thank you gentlemen for being on today with us. Good to be honest. Okay let me start with this. Bid happened this year right march timeframe everything started slowing down and by april most places were completely shut down so respectively. Let me start with david. How has your day to day. Practice been affected by covid. It's completely upended. How we normally do business as matt will attest to. In criminal law ninety nine percent of what we do is inside courthouse in person with the defendants and everyone face to face as guaranteed by the constitution. So when covid happening shut everything down. We still had cases that needs to be Addressed we still had case needed to go through. That had statutory deadlines so we had to figure out a way to at least be able to put what we call triage on triage. These cases that needed to move forward in the system is different vehicle via video. As opposed to in person appearances. So we've completely redone. Our entire appearance. Schedules are counters completely. Different working very closely with matt in the public defenders group. We've been able to integrate all these changes with the court and by and large we've been able to get by. We are still very much behind the actual in-person trials We've had four total in the last month and a half route of been gone forward so to speak so we're still very much behind that but in terms of the day to day stuff completely. Different animal for us. And we're those jury trials yes. We had a three d. a. in public defender trials. Go forward. I think one of the city attorney would be the fourth one And i believe we're kind of at a standstill right now. I don't think we have anything set for december. Is it still an issue to get jurors to comment. Is that what the stance is. It's been an issue. I think initially it was more initiative. Thought it would be. But we're actually getting people to show up for jury duty surprisingly and that's a good thing but still far below the numbers that we normally get. I know the courts gone to great lengths to try to make the courthouse as safe as possible for jurors when they come in. Can you tell us a little bit about that before. We switch over to matt about how his practice has been impacted yet. Definitely so the court houses that we referred to as kind of hockey rinks or officials now have just layers and layers of plexiglass all the way around. That's to really ensure the safety of everyone in the courtroom. But i think more importantly it's to assure the public that we are cognizant of the fact that there is this kobe out there and if anyone has any misgivings about their exposure or the dangers. We wanted to make sure along with the court Make sure that they know that. Every precaution possible is being taken an eye equipped to this. You are far more at risk when you go to your daily grocery run at walmart or wherever. Have your costco then. You are coming to the courthouse given questions screenings at the courthouse. has taken so. If that's your concern. I would rather much in the courthouse on jury duty. Then go to walmart any day of the week in this current time. So matt what about you. How has your practice as public defender been impacted. While before kobe i was handling mostly Post conviction Relief and the homeless court program as well. So you know i wasn't actually in In the daily grind a courtroom and fly switched over to working with with dave and and court staff in the sheriff and and all the justice partners. We've been able to pull this off to keep the keep the wheels on the bus as it were actually like dave's a hockey rink analogy for how the courtroom book these days. But yeah. I think what dave said is is true for for both sides of the aisle. We've had the completely change the way that we interact not only with the But with our clients as well And that's that's the challenge. It's been with Working with the sheriff's department to make sure that we have that client communication both in the hearing as well as separately to be able to visit with our clients outside of court. So there's been lots of challenges. That but i think that we've been able to to meet that you know head on And we've been doing the best we can and and keeping things going. I have a question that this is probably a dumb civil lawyers. A question do criminal defendants. Are they entitled to an in-person hearing in everything they do. Over the course of their cases the emergency rules that the judicial council put forth allow for there to be Appearances via video given all the challenges that we've had you know there's there's pluses and minuses to that Obviously having defendant present is paramount but there are challenges that we have that it makes that difficult. So that's why dave and the court. It and the sheriff. I t have been working really hard to to do the best that we can with what we have Renee would attest to this as well. I have a busy civil practice. I have not set foot in a courtroom since january. You know it's it's crazy. The only reason i've done court has been the few criminal cases that i have and i did one virtual courtroom appearance and it crazy. I mean it was so different. And i was so scared it was like i was a first year attorney again because i had no idea how it worked or what to expect and it was like. It was nerve wracking for me. I felt like brand new lawyer again. And i would love to hear if you could run us through. You know how you came up with the idea for the tack how that tech works. And what private defense counsel or any pro se people out there listening might need to know. The tech has been a collaboration between between all of us right between court. It as well as Sheriff it in fact. In the beginning dave can attest to the tea was instrumental in actually getting a lot of these Microsoft teams rooms up and running With along with court. It so Definitely might credit to To the sheriff. I tand the court. It group Some actually making so that this can can get back up and At least making it so we're going through his as best as we can. Starting in april right and as we've been going through a you know working with microsoft teams people are used to zoom teams is very similar but kind of more of an enterprise level and better security and we know all of the zoom bombings that were happening when everything started going so teams as a lot more secure to allow us to have these more professional court sessions. Not having people jump in when they shouldn't been like i shouldn't say and if our members need help learning microsoft teams. I don't know if that's where you're going with. No actually i was gonna ask them. If now months later are they still glad they went with teams not with june considering all the changes that zoom has made and is there any thought of changing. Now that every lawyer in san diego has figured out how to use teams well speaking from a my perspective on the da side. It was quite a task. And i should matt will also agree to train our entire body of lawyers into one platform when the majority of us really were using zoom and skype because that was what was really the the mainstream products so now that we've trained everyone on teams and have most of the private bar on board with teams. I would hate to transition to a different platform now given we've barely gone stable what we have. I'd echo that i mean i. I think that we've what went once you start going with something. That's that's the stick with it especially when you're getting people familiar with a new a new language in some ways or new dialect of of online communication. Now if you listen quietly you will hear a giant huge. Sony lake sigh of relief from the entire body of lawyers and san diego. Yes and i'll tell you for everyone listening who is still not incredibly comfortable with teams myself. Included need rana schedule. Some time please reach out to adriana because she is incredible with teams and she can help guide you through the process of what you need to do so you can go into these hearings feeling a little bit more confident. I know the biggest cheat Is make sure you've got your your video often your sound off when you enter right guys. Yes so how about some nuts and bolts a civil lawyer. How is your procedure. Your program used in your criminal cases. What's it used for. And how does it work so for for microsoft teams. I met were. you know. it's logging on. We're doing all of our court sessions whether they be in custody or out of custody through microsoft team so you you join a click on a link you join to a room where all the participants will join and you have the ability to do audio and video And to actually get the get the hearings going all integrated into the court website and the court calendars and the as so no so. It's not it's not connected into the court calendars directly. So that's what the dave and And i and several other people with sheriff. It put everything online for us to be able to between our two offices and the private bar onto online spreadsheets. The court provides us the schedule. We put it on a on a online spreadsheet and able to access the links directly And both of the da's office as well as my office. Our staff people continue to do that on a daily basis to to this day and will continue for the near future to make it so that we have those schedules for the in custody. He's accessible to the attorneys both private and public a need to be able to to get to them. And then for the out of custody cases we're working on getting that to be also as an online spreadsheet But the links for public to be able to access are on the court website so at least that's available to the public to be able to not only listen because it's audio broadcasts So that it is a Hearing it's also therefore out of custody Defendants to be able to join their courtroom that they've been Assigned to one of the questions. I see the most on the private defense bar. Facebook pages does anyone have the latest link And so for those people who are constantly wondering that. Where can they find the links that they need. If you're a member of one of the defense bar associations. I believe there's two main ones in san diego. Stacey gartrell runs one. Bill daley runs another. I should say third. Tanya west does the north county bar association. They are continually posting information. Both matt and my information from our respective offices about the calendars about the links. And that sort of thing. So i would advise you if you're not a member of one of those organizations contact the da that's assigned to that and they'll give you the link otherwise you should be able to get them through the list. Serve that the defense bar Puts out right on his three lawyers. You mentioned had been doing incredible work so thank you for giving them a shout out to us. They have for sure. Definitely i think a lot of the Misplaced blame for when things. Don't go right and i will tell you that They are fantastic work with. It's not on them. One of the things. We can probably talk about later as the difficulties of calendering all of these hearings that have been postponed delayed reset and Bill stacey in tiny have really kept above it all despite what you might think from looking at the outset. It's incredibly complex puzzle. They have been great to work with an and i wish for three other people to work with the nose. And i def- i echo that for sure. I have to say it's a it's nice to see it's kind of extraordinary to see lawyers on opposite sides of the Cooperating so much to the benefit of their clients. It's really quite something else. So congratulations while that. And i'll and i'll jump in before dave gets say it you know it's one thing you know when when it comes to the thanksgiving last week we were talking about what. We're what we're thankful for in comes to dave and Accord operations kathy mccoy And and the head of sheriff. It yoshihide and gobert code it. You know having that group of people that we've been able to to collaborate and work together with over the past eight months now it seems Has been something that has been. Yeah it's It's been really a pleasure to to work with with everybody that we're all people that are trying to work toward the goal of of cooperation and making sure that it happens and i think that's something that is unique in san diego that we have such a collaborative justice partners without without me being able to call dave or david able to call me or being able to call over to court operations to just try and get things done. I don't think we would have seen the i'll call it. Success in air quotes but these success that we've seen over the past eight months. One hundred percent agree with matt on that will in a world where lawyers often take take advantage of simple little things about the inability of the other side to make an appearance appropriately. This is really something else. And i'm impressed. I will say that. I think from my limited experience in the civil side. You'll have a little bit more of a challenge than we would because at least in the criminal side. Yeah we we see each other all the time. We admit knife had trials against each other in the past. I mean we see each other all the time. There's an understanding that look. You can fight small battles in win. But what's it gonna cost them long run because i'm going to see you again in another case with the civil side For what i've been told by lawyers in the civil it's not that cordial in low to civil not always as such. I would highly recommend that to the extent that you can And this goes back to an early meeting. We had about this kind of subject. It really is going to be important for you on the civil side to kind of establish who you're liaisons are gonna be who spokesman people are going to be. Who can help run your tech and then use that group to kind of cooperative. We work together. Because that's the only way you're going to be able to make it work if we continue to be at the sterile in every aspect including the tech and all that. It's going to be a long road to get anything done. So that's the one thing that i will say that i've learned over this entire experiences. Put aside your your adversarial differences your case differences and just work to getting the case on counter. Duke it out all you want once you're on online but you gotta get there first and that's a very very tough road at that mean. Hey dave and i disagree we we have. We have disagreements on how things go. But we're able to to resolve it and i think that's you know for for the the the betterment of the process And i think that that's what we've seen a lot of over. the past. Eight months is is trying to work together to to get as much done. We can with what we have. Well rising to the fence the defense of civil litigators. I do think that they're the vast majority of us will grant courtesies grant extensions. And i suspect that the use of tech to make appearances in helping each other will fall into that. Yes you get an extension kind of excited thing. I think stacy i think stacy And bill are examples of that. They've they've steph and tania. They've stepped up to be the the liaison to the to the private bar And i think they've been incredibly helpful. You know just dot com what. They sang that having a liaison to do. That is incredibly helpful. We'll say to for a quick plug for all the civil litigators out there Before we even get to the tacking the spreadsheets and the remote video conferences. Don't forget that we have resolved saying Resolved in san diego and that gives us the opportunity to try to resolve the case for free in it's sponsored by the san diego county bar foundation. It's just an incredible program They've done about one hundred cases so far and they're going to continue their work through january so please make use of their their program for your clients benefit. And let's see what we can do to reduce that backlog on the civil side but speaking a backlog how are we doing on the criminal side gentlemen. We are still way behind. As i said in trials i mean we are thousands of cases behind. The good news is in terms of the preliminary hearings and a lot of the out of custody cases that need Either sensings reset or that sort of thing. We are slowly catching up. And but for the fact that we've been able to kind of work together and get these things on calendar. We still have quite a bit to go when it comes to actually being on par with where we were in march. And i think it's gonna take as well into next year if not beyond that to really get ahead of everything because as you know it's not just the backlog it's an ongoing accumulation of current cases and new cases that are stacked upon the backlog that really keep us on our toes when it comes to trying to calendar these matters and get him going forward and we've always tried to develop new processes met actually is a lot stronger there. He's really developed. A lot of streamlined ways. To get things moving and that's helped so we've really come up with a lot of different processes to try to like speed things along in in the cut time where we can saw. Are there things that can be stipulated to to save court appearance time and all that kind of stuff offline. We've actually tried to do as much as we can of via stipulation that was one thing that the judge era beatty really pushed initially. And we've been able to do a lot Via stipulation you know that that just continues to echo the collaborative nature of of what we've been trying to do. Is justice partners. You know where where we can agree to something and not have to you. Know bring a client up in front of the judge to get a case dismissed. We just dismiss it via stipulation with electronic signatures. We know we've been working with the as office in the city. Attorney's office to get warrants. Recall back since since we got this whole thing started because there's a lot of people that want it to come in and and get these warrants recall And there has not been a mechanism for them to do that up until now. Hopefully that will change in the near future. But we've been able to work with the da's office and the city attorney's office to recall these warrants and set future dates dates. Hopefully that they'll be able to physically come in and address their warrant and for a lot of the cases where you they're just needed to show proof of a of a particular program you know we were able to get the proof. Show the proof and agree that the proof has been accepted by the court and get that warrant recalled and return them on probation. Been a lot of Of warrant recalls and other stipulations for all sorts of things that we've been able to do warrants or just a small part and you know we're getting staff to the process that they've been very helpful in on getting those processes this kinda turbulent mix right now with the backlog of cases with the ability or not or actually wave right to speedy trial people in custody it must be a pretty complex turbulent workplace right. Now when you're cases well we have to factor into the Jail policies of admitting people in for booking so that's also significantly changed a lot of offenses it normally Be bookable offenses in require the defendant to spend some time in jail until he or she booked out Fe don't even need to bail anymore. They're just either not going to be booked award. The will have zero bail. And that's the attempt to really try to alleviate some of the overcrowding as well as relieve the jails from the potential code exposure. We've had several outbreaks In the last few weeks facilities that have really impacted our billy rather the courts ability to calendar these defendants and move them around. And and as you know if the defendants not available has to be moved around. That puts a big stall in all the calendars. Because now there's time spent to wait for the matters to be called to find the defendant to put them on so it's really a big deal overall. I mean everyone's system is being impacted from the booking level. All the way to you know sensing so. We've all had to kind of manage and scramble and and i'll tell you it's taught everyone a lot of patients you know about these counters. Sit around and wait a long time and in person court while this teams can be a whole different thing so let me ask as the focused on all the in custody cases. Yes it's It's still is and always will be because they have you know third one sitting in jail. The custody has been going pretty strong for the last three or four weeks. So we've been putting a lot of those matters on calendar but the difficulty is because they're out of custody. Oftentimes they We've been might not have good addresses to contact them the court they can't get a hold of them. They might not have the technology to join property that means they'll have to go into the court in one of the outta custody available courtrooms to make their appearance or appear at their attorney. Yes the custody focus is still there. But we've been really working at chipping away at the custody backlog. And it's going pretty well. Can i ask this. I know there's a concern in the community about what you just mentioned which has access to not just a computer tech but like wi fi stable wifi to make appearances. I know there's a walk up in the courts. And i know the courts are trying to do what they can But are you aware of any public areas or places where people can go to make these appearances other than that. I am not because the libraries are also closed in. Generally where people would have access would be the librarian. That hasn't been available. I don't know of any place in particular. We've been directing people because exactly like they've said you know there's places that would be open for that are closed for the exact same reason. They can always contact our office and we can try to to work with them to technology. No i worked with a couple of Of clients to try and get their their phone with teams on it. Try to find a relative that has an old computer that might might help them out you know or we were able to speak with them and other said under the emergency rules we can appear for that to the extent that there are any defendants out there. They can always contact our office and we can try to help out his s we can cause. That's that's what we're here for. Any other gavin newsom of governor ism is considering statewide. Stay at home. Orders again Maybe even imminently. And i'm curious if that's gonna affect the manner in which you work your cases and make your ears well. The court hasn't really impacted by that. In fact i think the last time they went into the revised purple tier few weeks ago. It didn't impact the court at all. I mean the juries were still being called. For jury duty there was no Office wide mandate at least from the da's office. That said you know we're not calling people so we're still plugging away. I don't know how The stay away order will impact it otherwise. I think it's just for us will still gonna to manage. The wade's has been now. The court the court is the one driving the bus on that. And you know the the. The party's just kind of bob and weave as as we need to and Do what we can to to keep the keep some of the wheels turning thick. There's a certain extent of were not going back. We're going to keep moving forward to try to keep court so there's a lot of discussions at much higher levels than matt ny. We're talking our chief or da that interfaces with presiding and they have all those discussions and they determined. You know what's going to happen as we kind of. Just go with the flow but i know for the fact that the court is really concerned about whether or not the public has faith in the judicial system and whether or not they're addressing the kobe which i wholeheartedly believe they are and i don't think the court would put the public at a predicament. Just for the sake of moving cases. I think they would really make sure that we are comfortable. You know both logistically physically and in in in that sense make people aware that they recognize the problems that we are addressing them in. We're not gonna jeopardize your safety by holding court. I have one more question. Where did they weren't they. Put the jury when you try to jury case. Were they in the box gal so so i haven't done one in the hockey rink so to speak actually did one earlier in covid in the grand jury or rather the jury lounge so now if the jury goes into court they're going to be ushered into a separate room where jury selection take place everyone socially distance apart the they're separated by plexiglass from the attorneys and then once selection is done in that jury selection courtroom the final twelve plus the alternates will move to the actual trial courtroom which has individual plexiglass partitions within the jury lounge themselves. So you essentially squeeze your way into your little booth have a seat and observe and participate that way until it's time to deliberate and then it's yet different that you deliberate and sell. The court has really gone to great lengths to try to make sure that everyone is protected. as they go through the process we could have a whole hour long discussion about how you argue a case to a jury and they're all in their own little plexiglass boots. Well i'll tell you going to the jury for hours nine am with your mask on. That's a whole separate separate topic soviet. we bob. And we've that's the that's the phrase that i continue to say that we come we bob we. We've we do what we can to keep it going on our side. We have to fight for our clients. And that's what we're gonna do. Well it sounds like vaccines are coming and light skin. Return back to normal pretty soon. So let's let's all be hopeful for that. My fingers are crossed. And i have two quick question before we let you guys go because i'm curious from from the attorney perspective david matt. Are you just not so proud of how far lawyers have come with technology so quickly after that initial thing you know that that pomp we all hit. It's i just. I want to hear from your end. How you know what it was like back then and just adoption. That's come along so quickly and how they've done well. I wish i could name names. I'm not going to. There are some very crusty dinosaur type attorneys on both my side in the public side and the private side who i can imagine. They can't even log into their own computer and yet here. They are on teams. Make appearances and that's really incredible. It's taken a lot of work from both mad at my side to make that happen. But i'm really impressive. Ruins the been able to adapt and overcome in such a short time africa from From the top down what appearing from from the office you know appearing from home whatever wherever they need to appear in order to get the job done in to represent their clients. They've they've been doing it so definitely kudos to everybody. That's let's taken on a new skill. Some people have taken up sewing people taken up actually being you know fit and exercising other people. Take up the technology so as long as we can get it done. I tell you one thing. I will never drive to la again for a ninety minute video or a deposition ever. Oh yeah. we've we've actually talked about that. You know what does it look like in the future going. Forward i mean. Is this something that we're going to keep doing because it's a lot easier sitting office. Wait for your hair and he'd be called in weighed in the courtroom amazing. Yeah it's it's been. It's been revolutionary. Well before we sign off today we have a little bit of a momentous occasion. Easy for me to say that You both joining us. For event is rene is gonna be the bar president. No no no. It's it's my. What do we call each other. Our pod partners were pot. Warriors for primate pod partner. Jim crosby is going to be leaving us. After twelve episodes. I think this is our twelfth episode of meet and confer and jim has decided that he's got greener pastures with his own new podcast. That's so jimmy wanna tell us a little bit about it. Well number one. I want to say this has been a blast of getting this thing off the ground doing these. I've had a whole lot of fun with both of you. and I'm kind of sorry. I'm leaving because it's been a lot of fun we've had some. We've had some great podcasts. At i've learned a lot over the course of the last year from all of our guests. So thank you very much for the opportunity. I was kind of a tag along and it really turned out well for me. So thank you very much for that i am going to. I tend to be kinda restless. And you know i try to try to try to do new things. And i'm going to be launching with my good fan curly. Know bravo creamy at wilson We are going to be launching a new podcast after the first of the year Which is going to be. I think a rather loose broad ranging kind of legal connected podcast called cocktails with council. We're just getting that off the ground right now and we expect to have our first podcast out after the holidays and i'm really excited about that. If you know caroliina she's a talker. So i think it'll be fun so thank you all for the opportunity. Let's flynn jim. You're amazing under you have been such an incredible human being to work with over the past year. Plus that we've been doing this and you're a good friend and a good person. I'm so excited we got to do this together. And i'm wishing you and carolina so much luck and it sounds like so much fun. I hope you're actually going to be drinking cocktails while you're doing your podcast. I suspect we will excellent. And i just wanna say something i met rene and i just a point of personal privilege. Renton rene. maybe what. Seven eight years ago and you are very very young lawyer. I just gotta say. I mean you've taken over the community here by storm and it's very impressive and And so. I've known a long time. And i congratulate you for your efforts. It's really something else to see. Thanks jim we're going to miss you but it will be can guests will totally have you and probably carolina so we can talk to you about what you're doing. I love it and for those things. Don't fret don't fear meet and confer will be continuing and adriana is going to actually be able to talk from now on. We're going to do and be partners in crime and i'm excited. She's one of my favorite people. You'll be a great time and you'll get to know a little bit more about our amazing tech consultant on linear as well Very excited to join up. Come out from the other side of the production wall and participate so we'll have a good time next year. Always we're making twenty twenty one hour year everybody in the legal community. It's going to be here. The here of the lawyer hard work will pay off. We'll gentleman david matt. Thank you so much for everything you've done for the legal community. You are unsung heroes. I hope yet. Some things. Some atta boys some pats on the back and all of that because you deserve it for helping. Keep the wheels in motion. Your incredible thank you and thank you for joining us today. And so with that we've satisfied our meet and confer requirement and here at the same. You go county bar association. Our mission is to connect lawyers and support their success and fulfillment. And we hope we've done a little bit of that for you today. So stay connected with us. By liking and following us on facebook at san diego county bar on linked in san diego county bar association on twitter at st county bar on instagram at the county bar. And if you have any questions or comments ideas for future podcast you can reach out to us at at s indeed. See a doctor. Thanks for joining us. We'll see you next time on meet fans.

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Bill Barnwell on NFL Week 8

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Bill Barnwell on NFL Week 8

"Thirty seven seconds left twenty four twenty one buffalo on top now second ten of the nineteen yard line of the bills to buy to set new takes the snap immediately runs through his left turns outside the numbers and gets inside the fifteen balls out the balls out. It's puffing football cam. Newton fumbles the football with thirty one seconds remaining in the game in the red so old with that game sealing cam newton fumble in the fourth quarter new england lost for the fourth straight time this season and now two and five. The door may finally be closed on the patriots dynasty. Today bill barnwell explains what's happened to new england. How the steelers are undefeated. Who took over the nfc east and who got punched in the helmet. I'm pablo tori. It's monday november. Second this is. Espn daily bill. Anyone who has ever followed and arguably mostly unfollowed me on instagram knows that i may big sunset guy and the sunset at four fifty one pm today which honestly just feels criminal. I mean pablo as someone who works routinely until six or seven. Am in the morning. on sundays. Nothing excites me. Like the idea of waking up at eleven or twelve later. Monday morning knowing. I'm going to get four. Maybe even five hours of sunlight before the darkness approaches yet again. Bill barnwell is the host of the bill. Barnwell show end for him. Time is an illusion. Well i am also bringing you here because the sun is also setting. Maybe a minimum patriots empire. And i say this because we've had the afc east as the single most predictable division in sports throughout this millennium but the pets lost their fourth straight game. This season bill to the division leading bills. Twenty four to twenty one. This wasn't a pretty win in buffalo at all. And i know that their fans heart rate is only now coming down. But how bad did the. Pats look on sunday. This was a game out of one thousand. Nine hundred seventy windy conditions in buffalo the two teams combined to run the ball seventy two times against just forty six pastimes and the patriots never lead for a single moment. Their offense kept dragging them back into the game but their defense could not stop the bills for running. The football buffalo ran the ball dirty in game. Four hundred ninety yards and three touchdowns just to put this in context. The patriots allowed opposing offenses drawn. For at least one hundred seventy five yards and three touchdowns six times across bill checks first twenty seasons the new england. They've done it with the forty niners and the bills and back to back weeks. Wow and it's worth noting this too. I mean last week against the forty niners enormous questions about the pats offense had emerged. Because cam newton got benched after throwing three interceptions and it seems like the good news on sunday was that he did play all four quarters he rushed for a touchdown he did not throw an interception but the bad news seems to be that it is november. Now and cam. Newton has not thrown a touchdown since september. So how did cam look to you in buffalo. Yeah i mean. We saw several mistakes from him. He did miss a couple of those passes to the flat. He's been with but this was a much better performance. I mean cam made several impressive throws over the middle of the field patriots. Didn't have julian edelman. They didn't have and kill harry. They had exclusively undrafted free agents at wide receiver. The patriots got better play from their offensive line. And that really helped give. It helps cam. And damian harris combined four hundred fifty six rushing yards but at the same time whenever things got remotely sideways for this offense and they got behind schedule. They were drawing dead. The patriots spent most of the first half stuck in third and long. They didn't have any margin for error really in this game and when it looked like they were about to tie the game even possibly of victory on that final drive that one fatal error from cam newton and cost of their shot of the game and want talk about what else this costs. The patriots like india big big picture and honestly somewhat afraid as a professional gas bag here to even whisper. This given how stupid ballot check has made people like me sound in the past. But i know you're going to tackle this questioning your columnist week. So bill is the patriots dynasty. Finally whisper that as someone who sounds like. He's been waiting twenty plus years for holding his breath for that entire timeframe. This is being recorded. so i'm a little hesitant to give an answer be used against me in the fridge. I will say this much. It feels like it's on hiatus. Pantries are two and five for the first time since two thousand and that was bill. Bella checks first season as the patriots head coach. Tom brady was on the bench sitting behind. Drew bledsoe including a tiebreaker. The patriots four games back to the bills in the afc league went to its current. Structure doesn't chew teams have made the playoffs after starting to and five as the patriots. Have and i. I wouldn't want to count the patriots adult together. They could still run. The bills could take a step backwards. Seventeen playoff so they have a shot of making it to the postseason but there's nothing they can really sort of hang their hat on and say this is what we do when the chips are down and we need a big play. There's always a chance you never want to rule out the patriots. It does feel like they don't have that sort of next year that maybe teams had in the past from under bill belichick. And hey i mean you can ask any bills fan or any any. Nfl fan relief because it seems to happen to every nfl team. That's play the patriots at one point or another that final possession on sunday felt like to drive the patriots. Always come up with to win the game when they need to score they somehow magically pull things together get things right and win the football game. The patriots have owned that moment for twenty years. Now it doesn't feel like they own it anymore and ownership of the afc east as crazy. It is to continue this train of thought. It's up in the air as a result and we're talking about the bills now. It's six two and on sunday. We also saw the miami. Dolphins improved foreign three. Because they trounced the rams twenty eight to seventeen and look the bills and the dolphins ahead of the patriots. That's madness but it seems like in miami something interesting happening because rookie quarterback to a tunga by low made his very first start and they got a very big win so how much was to ask to do in his debut. He wasn't asked to do very much. It was not the most impressive performance. You'll ever see but did enough to win. He was twelve twenty two for just ninety. Three yards did throw his first career touchdown pass and that's great shotgun back to throw brett's parker boy got rid all quickly put a right word. Need to be touchdown. How about that did lose an early fumble on a strip sack. Dolphins seem to sort of want to take the game off his shoulders. At that point the receivers to help out with drops aaron. Donald had a great game against a middling dolphins offensive line. But honestly the guy who looked like the rookie making his first career start was the quarterback for the other team in this game. The dolphins forced four takeaways. Out of jared goff threw two picks and lost two fumbles. Miami returned one for a touchdown. This it's a fuck geico so nobody's gonna catch him. Took another one to the one yard line and dropped another would be pick six. Jared goff was a mess in this game so tango. Bilo was able to shake some of the rust off. He got many full wraps but the dolphins will need much more from him in the weeks to come so now i need to ask you about the team at the very very top of the. Afc the team that survived a really tough game against the ravens on sunday and we saw the steelers hang on to beat baltimore. Twenty eight to twenty four. Which means that. Pittsburgh is the one and only unbeaten team left in the nfl. So let's start here bill. How did the steelers stop lamar jackson. They didn't really. It was a really strange. Can't really they had no answer otherwise for the ravens running the football. It's more outgained pittsburgh in this game by two hundred thirty six yards. Wow the difference. Though was four takeaways. One jackson interception was returned for a pick six on the opening. Drive the other ones set up a short field. And a second steelers touchdown jackson's fumbles both came with the ravens on the pittsburgh eight yard line. The cost crucial points early in the game. And then their best chance of taking the lead late in the fourth. Quarter anything honestly. It's a testament to how good the ravens are kind of came close to pulling this game out so they came very close and that's impressive for the reasons you say but they did lose and so the steelers now are seven and oh and i suppose that pittsburgh has like the easiest most obvious claim to the title of best team in football as we stand right now. Halfway through the season basically so or they. That aren't the best team in football. I think i would still take the chiefs. And i think this game kind of reinforce that i don't wanna take anything away from this defense. They were the best defensive football a year ago. And they're the best young defense in football this season but the offense is still so inconsistent. It's better than it was a year ago because last year they had mason rudolph and duck hodges a quarterback and they were averaging fewer points per possession than any. Nba team let alone nfl teams and they had a competent adults in ben rothlisberger. Because this is going to help them. It's going to raise their floor and offense significantly but this offense is just too disjointed right now from possession possession and week to week. I think i would still prefer the chiefs. Although admittedly i saw them. Play the jets so anyone's gonna look good after that All right up next. We gotta go from pondering the best of the best in football to pondering the best of the worst in football as i drag competent adult bill barnwell back in here to talk about the nfc east from the moment they're born. You do everything to keep your kids safe. But who's looking out for you as you look out for them. Be volvo xc ninety. Suv with advanced safety. 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I have to admit pablo hard to think of a critical division win by two scores in primetime. That was less impressive than what we saw from the eagles on sunday night. And you know what the defense did. Its job it was against an offense which had three or four backup linemen. It was quarterbacked by the equivalent of a young junk. Balling pitcher in benvenuti. Who i mean. Ten years from now is going to be a mean about. Remember what this person quarterback the cowboys on national television. Carson wentz was a disaster. Against one of the league's worst defenses and yes i mean whence apologised. They're out there. Yes they are. They're going to blame. The they're going to blame wentz's play on the injuries the offensive line and the injuries that receiver and yes. Those things do matter don't force went to make inexplicable decisions when he has the football in his hands. There's just no aptitude here for went to give up on a play or how to deal with the pressure by getting the ball out on time or quickly. Philip rivers is sort of the opposite here. Philip rivers when he sees a screen and he noticed not gonna work even if it's a half second after he's gotten the ball he just likes the ball and says okay. I'm gonna lawn and play another play. Philip rivers also by the way not missed a regular season game due to injury in his entire pro career carson. Wentz just seems to stare at the screen until it starts working. I said if he's going to move the defenders with his mind before getting sacked in possibly injured. And yes. I mean once made a few impressive frozenness game. He has that in his arsenal in his arm. But the difference between winston ritchie was not worth difference in salary between these two guys. Which is i believe a little over thirty million dollars per year man jeeze well speaking of i guess nonsensically humiliating on field experiences. Let's talk about what happened in the third quarter of this saints overtime win over the bears because in specific i mean. There's lots of football to be discussed there. But i wanna talk to you bill about bears wide out. Devan whims sneaking up behind saints back. Cj gardner johnson after the whistle and then punching gardner johnson in the head. Whims and gardner. Johnson exchanged blows and whims wound up and punched him. Glad out and now there's a big pile up in a fight underway. Right in front of the bears bench. John williams retaliate. That's not going to end well which was a problem. Not least because gardner. Johnson's head was very much inside his helmet and so he just sort of stared at him blankly in response. So how would you describe what happened after that punch and why did any of this even happened in the first place. This goes back to last year. This is a long standing feud which happened way. What yes it goes back to last year last year. See gartner johnson and a saints teammate. Very visibly made fun of the height of williams's teammate. Tree cohen. who's now missing with a tornado. Seattle not something. You wanna do earlier in the saints. Bears game carter. Johnson appear to poke anthony miller in the mouth between place he also. This is also hard to tell from the footage you've seen so far believe that he may be ripped javon wims mouthpiece out i guess javon wims at some point gets it in his head that he is going to take a swing at. Cj gardner johnson johnson is seemingly minding his own business. Nothing's happening and then walks gartrell johnson and either snatches his chain or goes to snatch his mouth piece or attempts to one of those two things with an indetermined level of success then ask recognizes. That whims is approaching him. He punches gardner johnson in this side of the helmet and we're both current or new yorkers. Civic gardner johnston reacted to this and the same way that you would if you were holding poll on the subway and someone bumped into you you would say why now by what's happening here our attention are you. Can i help you. Winston punched garner johnson in the second time which started huge brawl. So i admire on persistence. But i don't think he'd worked out well for him or the bears he was elected. Nick foles threw an interception at right after that brouhaha and the bears ended up losing the game in overtime. I just don't want to be involved in any part of that. That's just that's my level of risk aversion. I would say but if there is a team an entire team bill that might feel like it's been sucker punched this season. I mean they've just suffered injury after injury after injury and in their loss to seattle on sunday we saw jimmy garoppolo. And george kittle both hobbling out of the game and i want to ask about jimmy. Gm particular because he was playing terribly before being replaced by nick mullins. How much of that play do you think is due to that. Messed up ankle. The niners took garoppolo out of the game with an ankle injury. He of course suffered a high ankle sprain earlier this season against the jets did miss a couple of games before returning. It's the dolphins. Here's what's happened. Since then grow cossack against the dolphins he throws two interceptions on seven pass attempts and gets benched at halftime. the following make plays the rams. He's great twenty three thirty three two hundred sixty eight yards three touchdowns last week against the patriots. Twenty and twenty five or two seventy seven did thirty two picks but a pretty efficient game for garoppolo outside of the interceptions and then he's terrible. This week it gets benched again for nick. Mullets initial ankle injury. I don't understand why he would be really good for a week and then kind of good for a week at an really bad the way he was three weeks ago and get benched again. That's sort of linear return. We expect from a typical ankle injury. Grappo was playing a seahawks team. That as the offense has been has been incredibly giving when it comes to aladdin quarterbacks to hit plays downfield gras was not making plays downfield against one of the worst pass defenses in all football and we saw when nick mullins came in he was able to make plays granted it. They were down multiple touchdowns but he's able to make plays pretty comfortably against pass defense. Now mohan's did a lotta pass to kittle which ended with that star tight. End making this tackler. Catch them off the field with a foot injury. There's reports on on how serious kittles injury is. But it's weird. Because the guys they bring in to replace their injured players also seemed to get injured really quickly. I'm concerned i mean. I don't know what their plan is with garoppolo. I don't know what their long or short term strategy is. If his ankle is really a problem they need to rest him they should have been resting in previously but now they are sitting in a very vulnerable position in the in the nfc west of four and four they have the packers and the saints over the next two weeks before thereby if they lose those games they're probably out of the playoff race so i think even given that garoppolos on one hundred percent in a given that they are blaming the ankle. I don't think they have much of a choice to go back to garoppolo for thursday night on a short week against the packers. Well bill barnwell as our democracy hangs in the balance fluttering like a bendon nucci. sidearm pass. Thank you for joining us on. Espn daily pablo drips dean of usa. Today noted said after the cowboys game today quote unquote this. 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The seattle storms ceiling game three was up. Twenty seven percent over the league's final game last year and now in women's soccer the outlets fourth pro media says the nwa esl saw a five hundred percent. Yes five hundred percent increase. Its domestic television audience over last year. So i asked. Us soccer legend and laughter permitted. Podcast host julie foudy to win so julie. What do you think got so many more people watching the national women's soccer league this year pablo. It's about time. We'll realize women's soccer ticks rad right. Let's just go rare obvious. I think a couple of reasons. I think that You had a change obviously from cable to network and so now they've shifted Of course to cbs and cbs. Put a few of those on which makes a huge deal. I think also that the fact that nwa cell was first out of the gate in the middle of the pandemic and and so you had a lot of eyeballs on a lot of attention. On that i think they're more sponsors. Which means more activation the announcement of angel city. I'm a little bit biased. Here is one of its co owners in the team had a big boost as well so i think there was a lot of good things that happened in the middle of the pandemic among. You know all times that contributed to that. Yeah i wanna talk about the sponsorship stuff a little bit because we've seen them get more sponsors as you mentioned corporate sponsors but there's still a sponsorship gap compared to the men so does the increase in viewers get sponsors to sign on automatically or how does that whole thing work. i think it clearly helps right And but i think the biggest challenge on the women's side for so many years and this is not just professionally with the league but with the national team as well and world cups getting those sponsors to activate and what you're seeing which really interesting is they're not just putting a name to it right there actually getting behind it. I mean look at budweiser in twenty. Nineteen the men. Mls had eight times more sponsors. The women's wfl and as one of the only three wwl all sponsors. Budweiser wanted to change that. So in order to close the pay gap we had to address the sponsorship gap. Budweiser introduces the feature official sponsors of the end of uso loyalty affinity to budweiser from the nwa. Soccer fan base that. I have never seen a sponsorship activation before. I think that is also something that we've seen evolve over the years with women's sports that's so encouraging sees that you want before world cup you walk into a supermarket and you've got secret deodorant and all the different players from the women's national team things like that you just didn't see coca cola cans with their names on 'em so it's very different in the sense that way and i think those numbers definitely help so those numbers. How does the bump in viewership four. The league relate to issues of equality and pay. I mean we've talked about that issue with the us women's national team of course for years and years. Now what's the connectivity between these issues at the national team level. Obviously the women's team is fighting for equal pay. But it's a different venture altogether at the league level because you have some of those Obvious barriers to equal pay. That are there for reasons right now as an owner. I'm you know all of a sudden you go okay but there is. I do think though One of the things that angel cities is is going to push. The envelope on is a new team is just how do we start creating than if it can't be through salary cap. How do we start creating alternative sources of income revenue for these players. For example. Could we give them a percentage of revenue. Could we give them a percentage of merchandise and getting creative in a way that we've seen other leagues do but we haven't seen as much in soccer. It's funny to hear an owner of a team talk about well. How can we be elect remorse. Generous labor power having players owners right. I mean the first thing literally pablo we had zoom. Call the other day with our ownership group and it's fantastic first of all because it's like. Oh hey natalie portman eva longoria o. Hey america ferrara this crazy. Collect roop of awesome. Women abbes on of course because she's part. Abby wambach is part of our group mia we have the whole player side so abby. Has this first comment when we finish in rapid. When we're finishing the call it gets opened up to questions and she says hey. Can we think about how we create some type of retirement fund for these players. Because that's the thing that we all struggle with this female athletes when we retire. Yeah so you're a clear literal stockholder. You're invested in women's sports in the most legal sense but also obviously as a passion given who you are. So what is a jump like this in the numbers julie. What does it say about the future of women's pro sports. Do you see these numbers. Sticking as time goes on you know what they say. Bet on women right we've heard from the wnba we've We've heard it from a lot of sports entities. And i think it's it's the right thing with us soccer back in the day. We used to say if you just spent a little. If you just water that garden a little your return on investment you would be huge. So i think what these numbers are showing in the middle of a pandemic. When everyone thought that women's sports would come tumbling down in this that there's resiliency to that and not just resiliency right but there's a bright spot that we should all be paying attention to julie. Foudy i am very jealous of your zoom calls. And i thank you for joining pa thank you. I'm pablo torre and this has been. Espn daily. i'll talk to you tomorrow.

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The Green Bicycle Murder

Murder Minute

27:32 min | 10 months ago

The Green Bicycle Murder

"Starlings thank you for listening to the Star Burns Audio podcast network. We have so many comedy shows to add to your playlist just last week on starnes audio on emotional support. Allesandra is joined by her guests arch. They talk all about mental health dealing with loneliness while moving to a different country and becoming Paris. Hilton's bff on dumb gay politics. Julian Brandy interview the high school senior. Who's viral tweet? To President? Obama led to his historic nationwide graduation. Commencement address in the season. One finale of musicals that never made it gave him. The gang are joined by. Broadway's drew gambling for inspirational. Show about the magic of self worth in the great vaccine on that Black Ash. Show comedian and actor. Jejomar NEIGHBORS JOINS HOSTS DULCIE. Sloan and discussing the cultural impact of the movie. 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Mcmichael shot Aubrey twice killing him. No charges were initially filed after the broad daylight murder sparking outrage across Georgia and the rest of the country. Gregory McMichael is a retired law enforcement officer who worked as an investigator for the District Attorney's office because of conflicts of interest the case is on its third prosecutor who finally agreed to ask a grand jury to bring charges against the two men the video was filmed by third man. William Roddy Brian who was a neighbor of the McMichael's it is unclear whether he will also be charged. In the crime a fifty eight-year-old Iowa man has been charged with the murders of three women in the early nineteen nineties after investigators were able to link him to the crimes by using forensic genealogy Clark. Perry Baldwin was charged with two counts of murder for the killing of thirty two year old. Pamela rose mccaw and her unborn fetus. Mccall was found strangled to death in a town outside of Nashville in Nineteen Ninety One. She was pregnant and had last been seen with a truck driver. Baldwin worked as a truck driver for most of his career. In addition to the murder of Pamela McCall and her unborn fetus. Baldwin is also charged with the murders of two unidentified women whose bodies were found in Wyoming in Nineteen ninety-two forensic genealogy is a process that takes DNA from a crime scene and matches it. With profiles on public genealogy databases it has been instrumental in solving numerous high profile cold cases around the country. Police suspect that Baldwin may be responsible for several other unsolved murders in. They believed that he was likely a serial killer. Baldwin is being held at the Black Hawk County jail in Iowa pending extradition. To Tennessee. A Michigan man was arrested for allegedly wiping his nose on a dollar store employees shirt after. She told him that he needed to wear a mask inside the store rex. Gomel Sixty eight was booked into the Oakland County. Jail on assault and battery charges. According to police gobble was inside the dollar tree store when an employee said that he needed to wear a mask. Police said that the store had signs up telling customers that they must wear a mask to enter the store when the employees told him that he needed to wear one. She said he walked over and said here. I will use this as a mask. And then wiped his face on the sleeve of her shirt. Police say that the man was loud and disruptive before finally leaving the store Gomo faces up to ninety three days in jail and up to a five hundred dollar fine if convicted those who your true crime headlines up next the green bicycle murder but first a quick break. Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals? I think I know the answer to that. It's time to get better help. 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There was blood on her face and she wasn't moving a bicycle lay nearby to cow. She appeared to have been run off the road by a motorist. He rushed into town to fetch the authorities and the doctor. The arrived to the scene after nightfall constable Alfred Hall and Dr Williams examined the scene by candlelight. The agreed with cows conclusion. The young woman had suffered a fatal accident. They decided to call it a night. The body was placed on a milk cart and taken to an unoccupied home by but constable hall couldn't sleep that night something was off and he wasn't ready to dismiss the young woman's death as an accident at first light. He returned to the scene where the body had lay. There were what appeared to be bloody bird. Prints a dead crow lay nearby and there was blood smeared on a cattle gate to the adjacent field but no footprints around the gate. Constable Hall crouched down and started looking in the soil seventeen feet from where the body had lain slightly embedded in the ground by the imprint of a Horse's hoof. He felt a hard lump in the soil and pulled out a four fifty. Five Caliber Bullet Constable Hall rushed to wear. The girl's body had been stored. He washed the congealed blood offer face and there was a bullet hole just below her left. I this was no accident. It was murder constable hall informed Dr Williams. A full post mortem concluded that the victim had been shot once from a distance of between six and seven feet and the bullet had exited the rear of the victim's skull. The victim now also had a name. The body was identified by relatives as twenty one year. Old Anne Bella Right Bella as she was known was born on July fourteenth eighteen ninety seven making her just shy of her twenty second birthday. Bella was the oldest of seven children born to an illiterate farm laborer. Keenness right and his wife. Mary and the family lived in a small stone. Cottage just outside. Leicester in the village of Stauton Bella was like many young ladies of her class and time. She had attended school until the age of twelve when she began to work as a domestic servant to a wealthy local family in nineteen fourteen. The war broke out and with male laborers scarce. Bella like over a million other. Women took a factory job the roles of women in society. We're changing the roaring twenties. Were right around the corner. And the Women's suffrage movement had recently won women the right to vote with so many young men of fighting the war. Modern young women like Bella had spent the last few years earning their own money and enjoying freedoms previously denied to them from two. Pm till ten PM. Bella worked in a tire manufacturing factory named Bates Rubber works in Saint Mary's mill. The factory was five miles from her family. Cottage and every day. Bella could be seen cycling to and from work on her bicycle but on Saturday July fifth. It was Bemba's Day off. She slept in and spent the late morning and early afternoon writing letters to her friends and her boyfriend. A young sailor named Archie Ward. Who in July was serving offshore as a Navy Stoker in Portsmouth? Her family believed them to be discussing marriage but Bella may have also had another suitor. She told her mother that a young officer had fallen in love with her in the afternoon after she had finished mailing her letters. Bella decided to visit her uncle. George measures four miles away in goalby. She got on her bicycle and set off somewhere. Along the way Bellas Bicycle malfunctioned and Bella. Found herself in jam bent over a loose wheel. She looked up to see a young man approaching her on a distinctive green bicycle. The man offered his assistance. Bella asked if he might happen to have a spanner to tighten the loose wheel. He didn't but he offered to accompany Bella to her uncle's cottage. An offer that Bella politely accept it along the way the two were observed on their bicycles by several witnesses. When Bella to her uncle's home he asked her about her friend on the green bicycle. Oh Him Bella told her uncle and a really know him at all he's been riding alongside before few miles but he is in bothering me at all. He's just chatting about the weather after visiting with her uncle for about an hour. It was time for Bella to go home. She stepped out of the cottage and much to her and her uncle surprise. The young man hadn't left there. He stood with his green bicycle. Waiting for Bella. The man gave her uncle the creeps but Bella was unconcerned. I hope he doesn't get too boring. She joked adding I shall try and give him the slip. It was eight fifty pm when Bella and the stranger on the green bicycle road away half an hour later the LA was dead after police learned of Bellas movements that evening and the mysterious man on the Green Bicycle police theorized that she had for some reason attempted to flee from him and that he had been shot. Bello right dead and fled. The scene from the description provided by her uncle and other eye-witnesses wanted posters distributed seeking abroad faced dark-haired man aged between thirty five and forty years old height between five seven and five nine and word quickly spread to keep an eye out for his distinctive. Peak Green Bicycle on July tenth a bicycle Repairman. Harry Cox informed police that on the previous day he had repaired a green bicycle for a man matching the description. The man had also remarked that he was going for a ride in the country. Seven months past then in February of Nineteen twenty a barge on the river soar hooked an underwater obstruction a green. Bsa Bicycle a local laborer. Samuel Holland came forward to say that on his night shift he had witnessed a man throwing parts of a green bicycle into the river. Though an attempt had been made to file off the bikes serial number it remained visible and police traced it to a shop in Derby where records identified. It's buyer and thirty four year. Old War veteran Ronald Light was arrested on March fourth. Nineteen Twenty Ronald Light. Lift alone with his mother. The senior Mr Light a successful plumbing parts inventor and civil engineer had died in the early years of the war possibly committed suicide walnut light. It turned out had a troubled past in nineteen to at age seventeen. He was expelled from the respected. Oakham school following allegations of improper conduct after he quote lifted. A little girl's clothes over her head around the time of the war. He admitted to improper conduct with an eight year old girl and was accused of attempted sexual activity with a fifteen year old girl. He was fired from a job on the railways after allegations of arson and vandalizing station property with indecent graffiti in the lavatory and dismissed again from another job at a farm for setting fire to haystacks. He first joined the war effort as a commission officer in the Royal Engineers but later lost his commission in Nineteen Sixteen. He rejoined as governor with the Honorable Artillery Company. In nineteen seventeen he was court martialed for forging move orders. Ronald Light had recently been sent home. After three years of service. He was classified as suffering from severe shell shock and partial deafness and ordered to return to England for psychiatric treatment upon his arrest for murder mottled. Light denied ever having met Bella right or owning a green bicycle when police told him that the serial number had confirmed his purchase of the bicycle. Nine years ago Ronald claimed to have sold the bike to someone whose name he couldn't remember but when he was positively identified by the Bicycle Repairman bellows ankle and numerous other eye-witnesses. Ronald Light finally admitted that he was the man who had been riding with Bella right on the day of her murder. He claimed however that the two had parted ways at Kings Norton that that was the last he had seen of her. Ronald told police that he didn't know of Bellas death until July eighth. When he read an article about it in the Leicester Mercury. He said he worried over the matter for some time and then decided to get rid of the bicycle on March nineteenth. An army pistol holster issued to Ronald Light and bullets matching the one which killed Bella right. Were also pulled out of the river on June ninth. Nineteen twenty the trial of light for the murder of Bella right began. He pleaded not guilty. His defense was led by Sir. Edward Marshall Hall a successful barrister. Who was known as the great defender? Ronald was portrayed as an upstanding ex army officer from an upper middle-class background in contrast to Bella a poor factory girl born to an literate parents at the trial two girls aged twelve and fourteen testified that Ronald Light chased them on their bicycles on the afternoon of the murder but they were able to make their escape. His previous record for assaulting young girls however was not revealed to the court Ronald Light spent four hours on the witness stand although he openly admitted the Gun Holster. The bullets and the bicycle were all his. He adamantly denied the murder asked whether he was the killer Ronald replied certainly not. He admitted to poor judgment in failing to step forward as a witness and by discarding the bicycle he blamed shell shock from the war and claimed that he panicked. When Belo right was murdered? I knew from newspaper reports the next day that she was the girl I had been with just before she died. He testified. I knew the police wanted to question me. I became a coward again. I never told a living soul what I knew. I got rid of everything that could have connected me with her. Because I was afraid I see now of course that I did the wrong thing. The prosecution pointed out that Ronald lightheaded attempted to file off the serial numbers before sinking his bike and let the bullets found in. The river matched the one. That killed Bella right. They also pointed out that Ronald Light lied again and again after his arrest changing his story whenever confronted with the evidence. The prisoner is no ordinary man. Prosecutor Gordon Hayward said but one who is extremely clever and deliberate in his actions the defense suggested that Bella right could have been hit by a shot fired from faraway. Perhaps by a bird hunter. He argued a close up shot. As in the police. Theory would have caused much more injury to the young girl than what was found. He highlighted a lack of motive in the case focusing on the fact that there was no assault and no robbery and he introduced the idea that some mystery person was the one responsible for the murder. This theory and Ronald Lights explanation were evidently enough to instill sufficient reasonable doubt within the minds of the jurors on June twelfth. Nineteen twenty after three hours deliberation. The jury acquitted Ronald Light of all charges as the jury announced their verdict. Congratulatory shouts went up in the courtroom. Well done well done light. After his acquittal Ronald Line disappeared for time. He assumed the name Leonard Astill and moved to the isle of Shabby and Kent In nineteen thirty four. He married a war widow and mother of three Lillian. Lester her husband Sergeant Ernest. Lester had also served with the Royal Engineers and was killed in action in nineteen seventeen following his death. Lillian abandoned her two young sons in an orphanage fearing that she wouldn't be able to support them on her widow's pension. Her daughter stayed with her. Lillian. Ronald had no children together. His stepdaughter knew nothing about his involvement in the death of Bella. Right until after his death in nineteen seventy five at the age of eighty nine years later. Apparent Confession was uncovered in Police Archives of the case the type written account was found in the notes of Superintendent Levi bully and was allegedly written three days after Ronald Wright's acquittal. Ronald Light went into a police station to collect some belongings there. He confided in the officer that he had in fact killed Bella but insisted that it was an accident. He also said that he would deny the story. If it ever became public the alleged confession reads. I did shoot the girl but it was completely accidental. We were writing quietly along. I had my revolver in my raincoat pocket and we dismounted for her to look at it. I had no idea there was a loaded cartridge in her hand was out to take when it went off. She fell and never stirred. I was frightened and altogether unnerved and I got on my bicycle and rode away. This has been murder minute for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.

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Hour 1: Dalvin Cook's Holdout

Get Up!

46:26 min | 9 months ago

Hour 1: Dalvin Cook's Holdout

"Morning. It is time to get up with a new day in the NFL. Will it mean the return of the man at the center of so much of the conversation? Plus another running back says he's holding out from a team. Thinking Super Bowl thoughts Brunson for all. Does it make sense to pay these guys? And then the freak is the favourite again, but if things don't go his way at Disney, what comes next for this young superstar? You've! You've got questions. We've got answers as we get up together on Tuesday morning on Espn Mike Greenberg here in Bristol Busy Day lots to get to glad you've chosen to get up with us, so we begin with. Get up and go run around the world. The sport starts with Baseball Major Leagues. Baseball made a new proposal to the players association that calls for Seventy six game season with players, receiving seventy five percent of their pro rated salaries, if If a full postseason is play Jeff Passan will join us at the top of the hour with all of the latest details, meanwhile, the NC Double A.'s division. One Football Oversight Committee is set to finalize a six six-week practice plan that would have coaches working with players as soon as July sixth. That plan will need to be approved by the NCW Division One council at its next meeting on June seventeenth to the NBA The spurs will be without. Without the services of lamarcus Aldridge when the NBA season resumes in Orlando these time seven-time all-star underwent surgery on his right shoulder in April. He will miss the rest of the season and NASCAR driver Bubba. Wallace is calling for the confederate flag to be banned from race tracks around the country. THOUGH NASCAR has taken steps to phase it out, some fans still bring the flag to the track. And Wallace told CNN Don Lemon. He wants that the stop. No one should feel uncomfortable when they're when they come to a NASCAR race, so it starts with confederate flags. Get Them Outta. Here have no place for them. You know there's going to be a lot of angry. People that carry those frank flex proudly but. It's time for change. And from the NFL memo sent to all thirty two teams yesterday outlined the League's protocols for the full reopening of team practice facilities. However, no timetable has been set for the return of most players to team facilities is currently only those rehabbing injuries have been allowed inside the buildings. And then to our top story, the NFL world still addressing the implications of Commissioner Roger Goodell's video message Friday, saying the League condemns racism and was long to not listen to player protests earlier yesterday running back. Carlos Hyde suggested one specific next step for the League to take. I think been throwing star by signing cutback. On the. Back. A show that they really trying to move in different direction parents. cat was making a statement for years ago. About what's going on today's world and I'm. Sure didn't bother to listen to then. so I think they should start by doing that. That was Carlos Hyde. We have a good crew to put together this morning and they include Jeff Saturday and cliff April her with us this morning. It's been a long time to provide cliff on, and we will get booger McFarland coming up a little bit later this morning. Do I have the guys I'd love to bring cliff into the conversation? If, I can hear again cliff April Jeff, Saturday. We'll be part of our football conversation this morning. McClellan will join us top of the hour. We'll have a variety of insiders bringing you the latest from each of the three top level sports that are working their way toward to come back in here they are. Jeff Saturday and there's cliff April with us. Live all the way from the West Coast this morning cliff. Thanks for getting up early, my man, I'll start with. You. Heard Carlos high talking there. What are your thoughts on the possibility of Colin Kaepernick, coming back to the NFL. I think has A. Chance to actually work for some of these things. I think you will get a look I think. He deserves that, but more so than anything I think. He deserves an apology from the NFL for how they went about this, but I also think this situation is way deeper than just hat signing. Tour Team Right? If more of doing the right thing, nfl go the right thing to go to right today and getting behind the real issue of America. Issue that a lot of the players out. In the football field, there's dealing with some of these issues. We're dealing with issues that they're protesting about so I think that's more so the deeper message then. Cap Actually get a job, but also I think he deserves it definitely to your perspective. I agree a lot with cliff I. Mean I think when you're talking about. We'll get an opportunity. I think even going back last year a little bit of time ago. When cap did the workout down in Atlanta and kind of all the chaos that kind of ensued around all that work out, I think more teens may give him an opportunity to come in and work. Work out and show what is ability as at this moment, but to cling point, and the greater point is what's going on in the locker rooms, and how many guys are going through this? And how many guys are truly in pain? We always talk about in the locker room. That were a family and it were were a group of men who are called Shit. To to better this better, our football teams, but more broadly better, our communities, and that's that's been the cry from the Locker Room and I think the NFL what Roger Goodell said, and I think guys have to get behind it and support it I. Think it gives a great opportunity for guys to to to to listen and voice their opinion and get involved to a greater extent than just if we owe about what happens with Colin Kaepernick Again I. Think he'll get opportunities and maybe even opportunity to to to play on a football team, but let's not miss the other side of this that it's. It's more guys in the locker room. Who have a voice in one? That same type of you know, be able to to to have discussions about what's going on in their communities and the pain. That really is happening and I. think that's that's better for our society and better for us. As a League of course Colin Kaepernick Player, most associated with the peaceful protest during the national anthem some years ago in the NFL, many other players took part in as well cliff was one. We will talk about that in a moment after we have a chance to our buddy booger McFarland. McFarland joins US this morning here. We had a little technical issue getting ready to go, but big fella great to see you I'll come to you in a moment, but I did want to ask cliff if we could, you took part in that peaceful protests years ago. You're the first player that I've had on over the course these last two weeks. who was a part of that I? Love you just to share if you could what you remember of that experience. What was it like actually being a part of it? Well you know for us in. It was while I was in the adult I. Think the biggest thing was coach Carol Paul Allen. They didn't push back against guys. Protest and they didn't have an issue with. We had team meetings where where? We discussed a lot of the social issues going on, but and it was also deeper than just football. The one thing I I really appreciate from coach, Carroll was he understood he was listening to the message. It wasn't about the flag of that particular time. It was about social justice police brutality. He understood that and he and he stood there with us. The allowed us to be able to voice our pains on these types of things because I do know friends in and and guys played other organizations where they were I. WanNa. Say forced to not. Take a knee or force to do certain things that they really wanted to do in protests about the so I appreciate coast girl for allowing and being in tune with the message. was inside the organization. How about the reaction that you? Felt inexperienced from outside the team. Oh yeah, no, now there's people obviously that disagreed with it. You know that same one of those games actually got hurt and going into the hospital people. Take. A knee and people were on there in the end. The hospital ruins kind of your. Guys need to stand up in all these types of different things and again missing the message, realizing that it wasn't necessarily about the flag or disrespecting the flake booger McFarland again is where this here and I've not had a chance to talk to you in a couple of weeks book, but I've seen you on a lot of other shows, and you've been so eloquent. Eloquent and talking about your feelings on all of this as we sit here and consider the possibility of Colin Kaepernick getting another opportunity in the possibility of peaceful protest during the anthem this coming football season. How how it? Clearly, we're in a different place in this country than we were three and four years ago. How do you see all of it right now? Really I more glad to be back with you. I think based on what has transpired in based on Roger Goodell has said I. Think we have no choice but to expect the NFL to not only allow it, but to make room for as far as peaceful protests is remember for years ago. When all this went down, Radi, the NFL was coming up with ways in order to keep the players not only from protests. They won't even giving them the opportunity to. To protest. They were kind of moving the players entrance back. They were keeping a national anthem play before the players came on the Theo based on where Roger Goodell said not only can they not stop the peaceful protests? I think they're going to have to allow room for it. In a mandate that the players are on the field. You can't come out and say that Hey I support you. I'm with you I. Stand there by you without allowing players the. To do so there's been a dramatic shift in at the end of the day. This ship really doesn't come down to Roger Goodell or the players, because it seemed like they finally got on the same core. What this comes down to is a thirty one owners plus the Green Bay packers. Are they going to allow this? Because they were so against this for years ago because it was affecting the bottom line, it was affecting the money. So are they going to come out publicly again four years later with everything that's going on with a similar risks with the racial injustices that warmer around his country and do this again to me. That's GONNA. Be The biggest issue I think we've finally got. Are on board now. What do the owners do I think that's the most important point here and it actually came up yesterday I wanna play for everybody something dominic. Foxworth set on the show because we were we were having that conversation exactly, and he was making this point about why the owners in the NFL should do. What's right when it comes to play or protests? Here was neak yesterday. And how much money do you? You need to be free. How much leverage and flexibility need to stand up for what's right like? They have no bosses. There's no one who can do anything for them. They are billionaires. Do what's right because it's right, not because you're trying to make a buck, you don't need anymore. Your House can't get any bigger. You don't need another plane or helicopter yacht like be free. Be Honest and be truthful in this moment, don't. Don't come on and say because you think is right, or because you think it's going to sell tickets or appease your players. Say it because you have the luxury to be able to say and do the things that are important in this moment. Because can't nobody do nothing to you? They can take things for me. They could take from your employees. They can't take nothing from you. Be Honest and be true to who you. You are and be true to what you believe in Jeff Saturday that your old negotiating partner there and Dominic Foxworth for those who don't recall you were in the leadership of the Players Association during the lockout. So you guys know each other real well and go back a long way and have dealt with the owners in that context a lot for a long time. What is your expectation for how that will be handled? Well let me let me start with this Fox's obviously a close personal friend of mine. And I will say this I have very unique perspective, and when when Fox's talking about do the right thing, and why so important to do it it respective of where you are in your life it. It's it's this is what you should be doing. I am a man whose life has been directly affected in a great way in a positive way by strong black men in my life, starting with high school football coach Ron Gartrell. Gartrell. Might my strength coach in college? Jeff Mad Dog Madden George Smith bulldog. Then you go to Tony Dungy Jim, Caldwell, but my even my faith walk my face. Journey has been impacted by African American men for the better. My family has been changed, and so I think relationship I heard I heard an African American man at my church this weekend. Relationship Helps Resolve racism, and that's reality of where we are in the country. Country and so it is for the greater good of our country, and when you have men in your life, this matters. It hurts pain. Going on you. Listen and I think that voice that caller what Fox is talking about is so important. Let listen what what can we do to help? What what? How are we playing a role and keeping this and keeping it moving? What can we do? What type of changes can we? We can we make and listen and be open to listening because you love someone and you're putting someone else above yourself. I love what Faulk says man. He and I went through it. We really went through it for a year and a half right where he was one of the men I. Trusted most in my life, and I've had a number of different figures, locker room, and some of my best friends in the world. We've all had significant conversations in life and I have been very fortunate and what my life has resulted in because of relationships that I've had, but that that's Fox's point. Man is you are a billionaire? You do own a football team. You can impact the community for the greater good, so let's step up in eight. Those things happen, and I think ultimately what you heard. Roger Goodell saying and pushing the you're hoping to owners jump in and and become part of the solution in any way they can. No one's perfect I'm not saying. You. Know we, we can definitely help. Further along what's going on in our in our country right now? Had Blogger. What are your thoughts? Jeff when you say, here's the catch, though basically what you're asking, the oldest to do is do a socially immorally right like this is this into me? Is less of a racially she amaury humanity issue. Oh case. This country gives us the right to peacefully protest in four years ago. You took it away because it affected the bottom line and it created all hell throughout this country so. So! What's GONNA BE DIFFERENT? Are you GonNa do what's what what humanly right in what's given the bowels of this constitution for everyone? Not Just African American for everyone to peacefully protest. The owners chose money for us a go. Do we have any confidence whatsoever that they're not GonNa? Choose money again. I think that's what everyone is really contemplating necessarily what everyone is struggling with right now? We have not heard a lot from them individually to this point, the owner of the Jaguars Shad Khan. Did have some pretty strong comments last week. That I've read. I'm sure there have been others, perhaps that I've not seen specifically, but generally speaking. We've not heard a lot from them. It should be reminded again. Woody Johnson, who is the owner of the New York jets is currently the ambassador to the United Kingdom and the trump administration, and we know where the president stands on this, so I will be very interested to see to the point. You guys are making how the owners react here, cliff April. What what are your expectations? Well it's the NFL right. We gotta remember. This is a a sixteen seventeen billion dollar business. Are they going to do the right thing from that perspective from a moral standpoint? Correct right, it's all about what do they value most for the most part they value? Their money s hits why they went about that route twenty sixteen with cats and trying to stop desperate protests in in all these different things right so I see them. Trying to have a change of heart, but for the most part the majority ownership I feel like they are still in the same place. They're gonNA. Do what's best for the bottom line in right now I? Really believe they will lean towards the protests because that's what the rest of the world is doing. That's what they're. They're sponsors in the all the people that endorse them are doing right now, so I feel like with that by itself were move them in the. The right direction but I. don't know deep down inside. They really believe the moral compass, their moral compass I. Don't know if he's leaning towards the right way. That was the point that Dominique was making yesterday was. Don't do this because you feel. Suddenly the room has changed and now instead of being a financially imprudent move. It is the right move to make financially do it because you believe it's the right thing to do. Jeff let the final word from you here. Yeah I agree with. Both cliff and book I mean when you're talking about doing the right thing, it has so much more to do than just money, right and if A. We as a society. Look at this, say hey, man! If this is the way everything has moved. However. It pushes owners I. Just I want I want owners. I want our league. I want people to understand that we can be on the forefront of this, and hopefully that's what s where Goodell is pushing. The owners whichever way they're doing making sure they're moving into direction. That's for the betterment of our country and for our society. As a whole, we will have much more conversation on this. As the day goes on, and these guys stay with me coming up next, we'll go on the field. We have some interesting news there dalby. Cook of the Vikings wants a big pay day, but But is he or any running back worth huge money the way the NFL is currently configured. We'll talk about that, and then to the NBA gone us in the bucks one of the big favorites this year. What is the future of their superstar? If they don't win, it all will answer those questions as we continue. But I we'll try to answer this. One Saturday is going. Go at with sneaky Hembo. He Go, Jeff. 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Schefter Vikings, Pro Bowl runner Alvin Cook would no longer participate in any team related activities until and unless he receives what he determines to be a reasonable deal, he's out. The source told shefty without a reasonable extension. He will not be showing up for camp, or beyond doubt, and Cook is one of the best players in the NFL last year ranking only behind McCaffrey for most yards per scrimmage per game, McCaffrey every name on the. The screen other than Cook will rank in the top ten in terms of highest paid back this year, cooks upcoming salary will rank him forty nine, and so I wanNA bring Diana Rossini are insider extraordinary into this conversation will burger and cliff and Diana I will start with you. What are you hearing from inside about? How the running back market we can, we can look at this specifically with regards to cook or sort of in a bigger sense. How the running back market is right now perceived. Well. Let's start with Davos Cook in general right so this has actually been no secret that he's going to hold out here. He did a ten a couple of those virtual meetings, but there's been whispers going on going back to the fall that he wasn't going to participate here in these practices until he got a new deal, and he's looking at around thirteen million. That's like David Johnson type contract deal there now in terms of his leverage remember Devon Cook hasn't played a sixteen game season. Season yet. He's dealt with some injuries. So in terms of the leverage here is not really working in his favor, and let's just take a step back and look at this running back market from a whole, because there's a lot of running back right now. Looking for new deals here and greening whenever talked to GM's about how we feel about the state of the running back market at this point, their health and their usage is always brought up guys. WanNa get paid for what they've done. Done not for what they can do, and that's really the issue. You run into here at this point so in terms of going forward here. The days of Ezekiel Elliott which we saw that megadeal Christian McCaffrey. WHO PLAYS EVERY DOUBT? You can look at that and say they are worth that money so many general managers in league now feel that they can really get these running backs in the draft in those third fourth fifth round here now Minnesota does the money to pay him it's. It's just whether or not. They think he's worth bright. Basically they draft these guys that use them up in a couple of years and then tell them they can't pay them because they have too much. Tread of their tires a burger. I'll just ask you directly. We've seen some of the moves that have been made. We've seen how they have turned out to you. Believe the Vikings in this case should go in big the way the cowboys dated. Pay All this money to a running back. Well. Look at how valuable years to their team. Understand Mike Zuber wants to do. Not Forget the Bachelor Mike Zimmer Fire John DC legal because he was running football of milk brings his Kansas Paschi. To make this offense more run based off. They want to run the football Zimmer. The deficit coaching wants to protect his defense. That's how they're going to play football. So you gotta play that way. You gotTa have a running back. He's the most valuable asset this offense out of. With, all these they have to pay him out the chemo be the structure are structured in the way. He gets some money in the earlier years. That way you don't become, hamper in the leg years in vacant. Let it can be a win win, but make no mistake about it other than kirk cousins. He's the most personally football team so really whether or not. Really going to have to take care of about an interesting thought and cliff, let let me look at some of the recent running backs that have been paid big money over the last couple of years. David Johnson got huge money with the cardinals. He's not an Arizona Anymore Todd Gurley big money with the rams. He's not there anymore. The jets and Levy on bell. He's obviously no longer. Pittsburgh, we saw how that played out, and the cowboys Zeke. They paid him on all that money. They didn't make the playoffs so I'll ask you the same question. Does it make sense the way? The game of football is structured and played in twenty twenty to give all of that money to a running back. I think it does, and this is why I think you make sense for them to give cook, but not only having a solid run game, and how important it is right, you look at the the Vikings how much they ran the ball last year, forty nine percent of their their offense was re running the ball meeting. Cook plays a major major part in that right, and then if you look at all the playoff teams, all of the playoff team, seven hundred ten playoff teams had top running games per per. Per Game, right so I! Think in December when it's time to make the playoff run. You need a running game and the Vikings have a really special player. Cook, so you have to pay that man on top of the fact that you need to pay that man, so you can make a run in the playoffs and actually try to win a championship now I agree he's the most important partner to me is the most important piece of that offense, but that doesn't mean you necessarily have to do it. Look. Go through this with us a little more here. Well I think the biggest concern I hear is. Everyone saw what happened with the rams with Todd, Gurley, look at the last few seasons here were. Covered tons of Rams Games and greedy I must've asked Sean mcvay. Or to over a dozen times, what is wrong with Todd Gurley? Using him I've asked how girly himself so. To, have this gigantic question mark over a guy that they pay so much money and look. They really put themselves in such a tough position with their cap. Teams are looking at that and going. DO WE WANNA put ourselves in that position? This also being said good news for the Atlanta Falcons. We know signed Todd Gurley. Adam schefter reporting. He was finally able to take his physical over the last few days, and he passed. So that is a good positive step forward there for Todd Gurley but again. Again there is a very dark cloud over running backs, because so many teams saw what happened with girl who was a magnetic layer. Just a few years ago, a bunch of guys lined up behind this to write booker. You got your saquon Barkley and a lot of these other young running-backs. We'll be right behind these guys because if you're running back. You gotta get your money as soon as you possibly can't. Without. Degree to your point. I think we can become a free because something happened. When Todd Gurley your came on, ignore the cowboys offense wasn't that an end of the run game top-flight office, but the run game wasn't what it wasn't a pass. You can't be scared. Okay, Cooking show over the last couple of years. Yes, he's missed a couple of games, but he's still by far the most productive from pass often that they'd had it off, so let's not become afraid. Just because it happened one times when Todd Gurley down and cooking is money and I. Think it's up to Minnesota and the. Spielman of their you Mitch your. He has an opportunity to get money anything impact office. The last couple years wind up doing again. Cook is. Basically whatever it is, we consider to be a holdout during this time when they're doing everything virtually anyway I guess in theory. He's holding out. We have more to go as we continue. Remind you. We also have more Korean baseball for you. Tomorrow Morning Five, twenty five am eastern on ESPN and the ESPN APP, first place and see plays the second of two of three. Choose me the second of three against Dusan. 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The first two four nights a fights in seven days headline by rising superstar and wbo featherweight champ, Truecar Stevenson and the main event bout. Our coverage begins at seven eastern from Las Vegas on ESPN. The ESPN APP and ESPN ordinance. Mike Greenberg here in Bristol Connecticut as we approach the bottom of the hour on the East Coast here nine thirty, a. m., eastern time as we are in a little bit of a different time situation here we follow the Korean baseball these days, and so we'll be with you. Til. Eleven am eastern time this morning, and it'll be time for I. Take in the meantime. We have our insiders ready to go here's. We will cover the very latest return of three different sports and you see them there. Jeff Passan Diana. Rossini and Brian Horster with US passable. Passable start with you. Major League Baseball made another proposal to the Players Association. Yesterday. This one calling for a seventy six game season with players, receiving seventy five percent of their pro rated salaries, if a full postseason is played, however, the plan calls for less guaranteed money for the players over that seventy six game regular season, so Jeff I think. The fans I'm sure many of them are getting a little tired of hearing all the stuff thrown back and forth with a lot of the specifics. What do the fans need to know about this offer yesterday? The fans need to know Greenie that. It's not taking baseball anywhere. Good in that the more time that the sport spends arguing over these positions that seem to be completely intractable less time there is to actually play baseball games. which is the whole point of this thing. You Know I. Look Back At may twelfth month ago now and Major League Baseball was about to go to the players never did, but wanted to the players and say. Let's do a fifty fifty revenue split. Let's just cut all the money we make this year right down the middle split evenly. The players said no way no chance that reeks of salary cap here. We are almost a month later, greeny and yesterday's proposal. If it really played out to fruition, all the playoffs were played. Players would make one point four three billion dollars. Do you know how much money Major League baseball projects to make in two thousand and twenty? Two point eight seven billion dollars. That is a fifty fifty split. We are exactly where we were a month ago. There has been no progress made, and that's the most frustrating part of this whole thing. I completely agree with you. I feel the frustration I frantically searched to find this thing on twitter. Too I could give credit where it was due to whoever posted it I couldn't find it, but I'll just say it because it made me laugh, someone said the owners yesterday moved from six and one to half a dozen, the other in the offer that they made to the players. Is that in your view a reasonably accurate way of describing the offer? They made yesterday. That was my friend Andy McCulloch. I think it was awfully well. Put actually because. If, you look at the offer. Major League Baseball did take some incremental steps forward. It got rid of for example the qualifying offer which is something that's been a hindrance on free agency in years past and his hurt. Some players markets in terms of the money. If you're going to go to players in say, we wanna come in your direction. We want to show you that there is a deal that we can offer. That's worth taking. You can't offer them less guaranteed money. It's just it's a nonstarter, and if you look at the amount of money in the end that was potentially offered listened. The players want their full pro rated salaries. Equivalent to about fifty seven games of fully prorated salaries and I think Greenie that. If you've got up to seventy, seventy, two, seventy, five somewhere in that range that there could be a deal made. We're talking marginal difference in losses projected by MLB of only like one hundred twenty five million dollars there, so we're down to like four million dollars a team separating the sides in that is just too small of a gap for the money to be the thing keeping baseball from coming back. Yes, just. Done. At this point, Jeff! I'm charging you with getting it done. This is your job. Get the next time you come on. I want you to tell me they've got this thing done. Thank you. Jeff Passan very much, and we get to the NBA next at some point this week the NBA is expected to reveal protocols for all players from the twenty two teams competing in Orlando for the NBA Championship Plan of. Of will include Kovic nineteen testing, and there's a lot to put together. They are ready to come back and play on the floor, and our Brian winters is ready to cover it all, and he's been on top of all of this force, really from the very beginning so Wendy. What is the latest here I'll ask you the same question. What are the most important things that the basketball fans need to know? If. You're an NBA player. One of the things that you have found out in the last day or so is that there's not going to be recreational drug testing in the bubble, and to be honest with you. I get it. They haven't been doing drug testing at all. During the pandemic. They are going to do testing. But greenie the way this is looking. You are not going to be able to invite your significant other into this bubble for somewhere between six and seven weeks when you get to Orlando till if you make it past the first round of the playoffs, and you're going to have to be tested every single day for the corona virus, in whatever version of tests that they decide to settle on now. Could this potentially be a pathway for the legalization of marijuana in the NBA? That I can't say there's a thousand other things that have to be negotiated, but The NBA is trying to come to terms of the players and tried to throw them a bone here in one of the things we're going to say look. We're going to look the other way. In State and Florida where marijuana is not legal, but it is decriminalized, and certainly we'll be decriminalised inside the bubble. Okay well, that's a very interesting notaire. It says matter where I was expecting this to go at all, but candidly it's the most fun thing we've talked about so far today. What else? How about the on the court? Stuff? Where we? What is the latest there? Yeah, so when this protocol comes out which I've told, you is going to be very long. There's GonNa. Be a lot of people screaming about things and I'm just going to say right now. Everybody has to just get on the understanding. This is going to be unfair. You know like. At the bottom of this at the bedrock is that we are trying to keep everything safe, and for example I hear Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, talking about wanting to go in there with their teams. Even though they're not gonNA play and I would just say the answer to that is no because. The entire concept of this is to take people out of the bubble, and just like these other other teams that are outside the bubble. Those teams were saying. This is not fair that we don't have the same opportunity to work with our teams. Yeah! It's not fair. That's just the way it's going to be the schedule and it's going to come out soon. Probably this week is not going to be fair. This is completely unprecedented and I see people applying rationality of normal times to this scenario, and it's just not going to be that way. Fair enough I could see why they all want to go. You're making the bubble sound like it's going to be a lot of fun under the circumstances I guess we'll see how that turns out. Wendy very well done. Thank you very much. My man let me. Me Get to Diana here. The NFL they sent a memo to all thirty two teams yesterday, outlining the League's protocols for the full reopening of team practice facilities, no timetable has been set for the return of most players to team facilities right now. Only those who are rehabbing injuries have been allowed in the building, but we're getting closer to the time we gotta get this stuff figured out. So Diana you've got a memo from the League. What are some of the biggest challenges that teams are facing as they prepare to come back and start working together again? The League has been really thorough with this. This memo was very long with a lot of details. In fact, I spoke with one GM who said do me a favor. Go through this and give me the cliffs notes because I'm having a hard time understanding this, but essentially at this point we've all been able to digest it and for the players. It's basically a good a look a very different than what we've. We've seen in years past the lockers. They're going to be six feet apart. Their helmets and pads are going to be all wiped down. There's only going to be about ten to fifteen people allowed in each meeting room where the virtual meetings are a really good, a probably be the way to go to make sure that that social spacing is happening inside the facilities. Everyone's going to have to wear masks when they. They enter, but this is the part of it. That may sound a little odd while they're going to take all these precautions in the facility. They're still going to practice normally. We don't know if they're going to have any extra gear on their helmets at this point, but they're going to be very cautious in the facility. They're going to get their their temperature taken when they arrive every single morning and the idea. Idea is or at least a thought in the league right now is someone's going to probably test positive for this. At some point over the season they just want to be able to control it and make sure these separate the guy, so it doesn't spread to them and spread to their families back at home where it seems like a given that someone will test positive along the way probably soon they're just. A situation where they would just isolate that player, and there's no way in the world. They can shut things down because one player test positive, yes. Exactly I spoke to a head coach headed into his facility this morning about it. just asking specifically like how do you? Approach this knowing that this is different. This is not going to be your normal training camp your normal routine of practice and he said you know while we're working on the details and making we abide by all these rules for me. My message is to make sure that none of this is a distraction because everyone is faced with this, but when it comes down to it and week, one is here. We have to play football. We have to be prepared and ready to go, so while we're all still trying to figure out what football will look like over the next two three months for many. Many teams that's really just trying to keep the focus and the concentration of their entire organization trying to be successful. Obviously you'll be all over that for us. As we continue, I'll be enjoying those reports I'll be hanging out there and they're in the NBA bubble all right. We have much more as we can see. They were the key pieces of the process. So what happens if Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons? Don't win title this year burning NBA questions and answers with Jay Williams company as we continue to look at J. World Spreading go. We're back in just a moment. Get up on ESPN. 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Milwaukee look at make it for the third time in history first time since nineteen, seventy four and the Celtics are behind them in the east plus five hundred at forty, three and twenty one. BOSTON IS ON PACE to post its best winning record since the season that ended in twenty eleven. Looking at a little deeper into what the defending champion, Raptors have shortstop to win the east with the sixers right behind them. The tenth seed Pakistan's have six shortest odds to capture the west of the thirteen teams that remain remember. They've been a different team. Since they got Zion Williamson back, we will answer big questions around the NBA. Wendy's whether it's J. joins us this morning as well and so J. J, we'll I'll start with you and we'll start. In Milwaukee, we just mentioned the bucks or a prohibitive favorite second year in a row they'll be the one seat in the Eastern Conference Janas will be going into the final year of his deal. When this season comes to an end, so what would you say is at stake for them and for him if it doesn't go well in these playoffs. Well he's in his seventh season with the Milwaukee Bucks and just to give context to fans. You know after Lebron. James Spent seven seasons in Cleveland up in winning a championship. That is when he decided to leave for Miami I I. Do not see Jaanus leaving Milwaukee, even if they were to lose. That's just my personal opinion on this. Obviously, a lot of things can change I. Think the relationship that he has with mark. Luxury John Horse. Who is the GM I. Think is a very special relationship. Relationship, he seems more more like a small town market individual. It seemed to be loomed the way two big cities by the lights and I think if anything. This pandemic has cut, showed him the power of a smaller market and some of the things you can do but There's a lot of time left to be told in. We'll get a chance to watch with a front row seat. Well, when did he mentioned the pandemic and that could have another impact on how this plays out. What's that? Yeah, so reason that the supermax was even put into the NBA was for this exact reason to offer superstars so much money that they don't want to leave. It's had mixed success. The problem however is we don't know what the salary cap is going to look like next year, and even if the bucks went sixteen and no through the playoffs, if the salary cap collapses, it may not make economic sense for Jaanus to extend, and this could even also apply the Lakers and Anthony Davis Anthony Davis could be smiling from ear to ear so happy to be in la, but it may not behoove him to sign a long term contract this summer, so the result on the floor obviously. But the negotiations with the CBA, and what happens with the salary cap may matter more about whether these guys resigned. This summer meant to be clue that would mean that Janos would play into the last year of his contract, and then all bets are off. You never know when things like that happen. Here's the next one. Let's talk about the seventy sixers Joel embiid and Ben. Ben. Simmons basically are the process and J. Will you and I have talked a lot over the course of the time that you've been with me here on this show about that team, and how? It's just never quite fit together perfectly, so if this thing should get cut short abruptly in this postseason windy, I'll start this one with you. What's at stake there? What happens then? This is one of the things that people and executives have been talking about for nine months now long before we knew what covid nineteen was, and the feeling is that with talent like this? You try everything you possibly can before breaking them up so if they do not have strong postseason, I think Brett Brown. Job would be on the line first before they would consider breaking guys up one more thing. I got to say about the money. The seventy sixers are scheduled to have one hundred forty five million dollar payroll next year that. That was based on things staying the same. If the salary cap collapses, they may have to cut salary and break up the team anyway so much. This is going to hinge on these negotiations trying to put that piece to decide, it's important, no question, but just looking at it from a basketball perspective Jay Williams, if you were making the decisions in Philadelphia and this thing where to get cut short in this playoff run here. Would you be considering I? Forget considering. Would you be thinking I need to break these two guys up? Are we try to do that would be my last resort, but if I got to my last resort. I've been on our show talking about this last year. I will build my team around Ben. Simmons now I. I know Joel embiid is a very special talent. There's no doubt that talent wise. He's one of the best. There is in the league. The question for Joel Embiid is about health I know. Ben Simmons is coming off an injury and now his health is in question to a degree to. A scope of work as it relates to health injuries Four Joel embiid and I think that's the main question. Can he remain healthy, and is that sustainable for the next ten years of franchise where I I have a guy like Ben Simmons. Who the way he can get. People involved in a game to pace in which he can play at the game, his defensive prowl which is. Is something that is incredible. I think he's the upper defensive player of the year this year in the league. I will build my team around Ben Simmons. If you're asking me, it comes down to that. I will go a bit Benjamin's a better player. Without Joel embiid on his team, it's not disrespect to Embiid, but based upon the way they both play. Jay, will simmons better without embiid. I just opens up the floor. It opens up the floor for the pastes that. This team looks time shipping playing at Joel Embiid at times you know. His game is centered down on the block. I know he has the ability to shoot. Those numbers have gotten a little bit better over the course of career, but you know as every when you watch basketball, you don't WanNa. See Joel embiid lagging in the system in order for him to come down and shoot threes and somebody say well and play basketball. The game slows down, but the metrics actually don't prove that the game is almost at. At the same speed that they are during the regular season, so if that is a pace in space style game I go Ben Simmons all right one morning. This have a little fun with this. If we can I mentioned, the Pelicans have been a completely different team from the time that Zion came back and they started working with him. So should they make it into the playoffs, and it'll be tough for them, but if they get in windy. Are they a real threat with a healthy as I on? My guess is no saying that I can't predict. This can happen in this bubble. A lot of young players on this roster. Even forget about Zion. It would be Lonzo ball's for place we Brandon Ingram's first playoff yet. You have some veterans Jj Redick Jrue Holiday Derrick favors, but if they make the playoffs that would be a tremendous step for their growth, and they WANNA make. This is something they've said all year. Long I'd like to see him there but I. don't know if they make any noise with all that inexperienced. No No. That's not a disc to the New Orleans Pelicans I one of the most exciting teams and basketball I. think Experience plays a major factor. When you get into playoffs, a will it be exciting to watch when I when I when I hear to work threat, I think about a team that I could actually can challenge for the Western Conference title, and they're not a threat. Maybe potentially get a first round win maybe but no, they're not a threat well. Let's consider that for a minute. Let's say the eight seed, and they have all those former Lakers and now suddenly they're taking on the Lakers and there is no home court advantage. Are they any threat in that series at all? I don't think they're a threat. Greenie, but I will say this. I I. Think the. Phrase that should be point here on our show. It's playoff men, this and with guys. You Know Windy. You know this to brother taken two plus months off from basketball. Who knows what guys have been able to work out? And now you're going to try to scale the season very quickly. Injuries Anthony Davis has had injuries Lebron had injury last year. Who knows how things can play out, guys? This is going to be chaotic quickly. When what do you think? Listen playoff. Lebron would be the greatest lesson design Williamson could ever get at this age and playoff Lebron. If he's healthy would be nothing. The Falcons could handle okay. With that outstanding great to talk some basketball here we work our way towards the start of the season. Meanwhile, we have much more to do as we continue getting up this morning. Packers made a bull choice taking Aaron Rodgers heir apparent in the draft why history repeated itself and how it could backfire.

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BallCourt - NBA Draft Day 2020

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BallCourt - NBA Draft Day 2020

"It took welcome to another episode of ball court and yes. It is a draft addition draft. Twenty twenty has gone. And i got all the updates right here on ball court a welcome. Welcome this ball court. I'm your host coach drew. This is the world of basketball. And i know now. We're going to just dive right in. Because this is how things has been running with the nba and basketball. All around. everything has been moving at a fever pace so just in case. You're wondering yes. The wait is over. Dias does what three four weeks of no basketball is back. Basketball is coming back rushing to you had a fever case right now i want to kind of give you an update of how basketball is going to look at what we're talking about. What talking about a december twenty second. Start be now if anybody's listening. Yes you already. You probably based in your turkeys. Getting the brian all set up for thanksgiving. You learned me correct. Thanks giving is coming up and we're talking about a december twenty seconds start date. It was just three weeks ago. We just crown know. Lebron gain mozart james. We crown him once again king of the nba and winning a championship. Seventeen championship for the lakers. I'm saying it just happened but now we're right back on it and it's been going crazy. I'm talking trades has been hitting draft took place just last night. This is absolutely amazing. Now so the tentative twenty twenty one. Nba schedule looking at december. Twenty second being opening night. Now the all star break for the all-star break would be between running march to the tech. That's going to be played without all-star game kind of weird. I definitely do understand now. The regular seasons going to end the sixteenth of may and in the seventeenth to twenty first going to have a plane tournament. Yes that plane tournament that they had with. The bubble was absolutely amazing. We love the way. It was a great deal for basketball. They're holding onto that. They're gonna keep it going into the twenty twenty one season so you get to see more of that. Fever pace of basketball gets the. Hey let's go out deal get it. We gotta fight to make it and now this is going to be for seven to ten seats so we dismiss style. If you do finish tonight with need two game season ended up finishing ninth or tenth you still have to fight your way in and actually make it in now on the twenty second of me the first round of the playoffs. I'm gonna sort then baiju seven. We're gonna have the conference semifinals. Joan twenty-second conference finals in july. Eighteen to twenty second the nba finals and things will go back on. Pace will have the summer to relax and then nba will be back to normal. That's what we are hoping. That's hoping that there isn't any Shutdown pandemics there isn't any Things as we'll stop this plan from working now. This plant in itself sounds great on paper. Now there's a lot of different things taking place. Now will still be a bubble type atmosphere. Couple twenty-second will they be going into. Arenas will fans be allowed until venus take place for the cities are have been minimal people in gatherings and these are all things as they have to work out and come together by the twenty second and december while all of that is going on. There is more that is happening in the nba and basketball all over the world. Now there's one thing that has taken place took the world by storm as well as mba by storm and that is yes you guessed it correctly the draft yes draft when twenty is here all the speculation is over everybody putting their beds or the opinions have made who should have gone where will should have done what we actually worked out each every one of those things and i wanna tell you that draft was excited anthony edwards coming out of georgia. We all knew that we knew that he was on to be one of those top in the top. Three and waited top three kind of played out all knew that those were the top three. We just didn't know to order. I felt this off a workout. Absolutely perfect anthony. Edwards goes to minnesota. I feel that this works out. Well because what minnesota needed wasn't shooting shooting guard at that. So you add into you. Add in what they have right now with the russell and we call anthony towns. You put a way like player and the edwards self described by the way as shooting guard coming out with dynamic game a big man's body and he could actually play the game and be physical. Now mind you. He is one of the most elite athletes coming out in this draft most elite basketball players draft and he doesn't even feel that basketball main. Big dig it like that. And he's still a best fit climent soda coming out of that draft. So if you're if you're picking on the who's going to be the best talent. Yes i would say. Lamelo ball should've gone number one. But if you pick in based off of needs especially with everything ramping up quickly to head back into the season and of course. Nba did not want to give up on christmas day. So you need something. That's going to be ready. You wanna player. That's almost nba. Ready somebody that you could put out there right now. Anthony edwards was definitely minnesota's best. Pick good job right. I mean personally. I give minnesota an a plus. I pick you fought against sensation. You of the pretty beautiful dangling apple and you said nope and you went for everything that you need it. That is very good. I wish i had that sensation. But i don't. That's why by so many sneakers. I'm not able to handle it like that. You know anyway. Okay we're going to go ahead and jump into the two-gig the reason why i'm had him on my list is because when you talk about need this guy was a need yes golden state warriors. Zip pretty much a small team. I think they're just about the smallest seeming to lead. You had the most dominating defensive being man is only six seventy draymond green so of course you're not going to look for the next person that's on the board which is lamello ball was also six seven. You wanna big man. Somebody who's going to be athletic jumping out the jam. That's are run the floor james. Yes james wiseman the exact same as wiseman that had left only memphis to prepare for this this particular nba draft due to the fact that he took eleven thousand five hundred dollars from penny hardaway in order to help move prior to him being a part of that organization or prior to being with memphis and it got all messy. He said you know what. I'm not even gonna go through this. I actually gonna sit out. Prepare for the draft that he did and could go to golden state. I think that was the best. Absolutely the best bet. Great pick for them also. Let me go ahead and just break this to you. Because i know a lot of you have heard and i know that when think about golden state. You thinking about the splash brothers. What could you add to the splash. Brothers with that but right now going into this next season. We're going to have to wait and see what's going to happen with that. Formation or splash. Brothers and james wisner. Because yes your nose just in case. Anybody didn't hear klay thompson is hurt once again. He is out for the full year once again yesterday. During the time of the draft literally believe minutes after they picked james wiseman knows that broke that klay thompson had torn achilles on his right leg in his right achilles and he will be out for the full season on. The island is absolutely heartbroken about this for two reasons. First off i. I'm very much a lakers. Fan diehard lakers fan. I will i. I'm sticking to thinking all that's my team coming out of the west. But when i sit here and i tell you that i was not looking forward to seeing i would looking forward to it. I was actually looking forward to seeing steph curry klay thompson. James wiseman out there. And i wanted to give the lakers iran. I wanted it to be. I wanted to hush up. The naysayers who said lakers had an easy walks in finals. And and i want them to go against the warriors and make a phenomenal wes- western a western conference championship. Now without klay thompson do them make it into the playoffs. Yeah to see them actually being a threat in the playoffs absolutely yes he does. Help spread the floor but or man that is that officiant able to score like that with barely touching the ball is something that we that we're gonna miss price side though 'cause i'm gonna go ahead and jump into the next drafted bright side about the whole klay thompson thing. He has a chance right now. We're making history and making history very important to me so let me tell you how we can make history if he does come back when he does come back if he playing. The same caliber body was after he had left. And he's averaging over twenty points he will be the first person since michael. Jordan's go ahead and do that. So take off two years and then come back in and averaged twenty points so ada moment could be jordan moment like so prayers go up to klay thompson and golden state organization. I noted that doing some big gangs over there. But i to definitely give them an a. I'm a go ahead and give them a in that draft reason why i'm giving as an a plus got if they do bad that That knows about klay thompson. Being hurt would that have changed changed it. I'm gonna just take off. I'm taking off for that. This is my rank and so so be it. Okay let me jump into the number two. This is this is the plus right here. A plus plus plus. Let me go ahead and tell you. Why lamelo ball was drafted by two charlotte hornets. And and yes not your old school short hall of his bread to floor. Pass ball to dell korean lined up this new style of charlotte hornets. I absolutely loved him their position. This they're quick moving team similar to the team that he had playing with a war hawks back in mb l. Now i'm loving lamelo blown out of the whole ball brothers i have to say he's personally my favorite as a point guard and as an athlete he has that he had genocide qua- if you will that that little something extra pin drop ninety two points and a high school game. This kid is on fire as a matter of fats been high school junior. He's actually had lived the life of a professional athlete. So none of this phases him and this is doesn't this doesn't overwhelm them at all. So loving the fact that he's he's ready to step on then be a leader. Now there is some key points to this particular draft. Did traffic that. These made a smile because three years ago with lonzo ball was actually going to get picked. I heard statements from lavar ball saying that he could be michael jordan in a one and one now Here's your chance. Here's your chance buddy. He's gonna be there. I think this is gonna be absolutely amazing to put certain things for certain things arrest and speaking the fact that i am so big on his. I have to talk about the historical moment that took place when lamelo ball was drafted number. Three this is the first time in. Nba history at two brothers have been drafted in the top. Five in the draft ever mba is so say what you want about. Lavar ball purdue atop to pick and top three big. Somebody might have get him a train position. I i think the lakers signed him to a training position. Safety develop guards. Obviously you know how to develop point guard. I'm just saying that's just my dog process. A right so i definitely got to go ahead and give an a plus another eight plus that i want to hand out. 'cause there was so many there so many great ones on. Ob topic ob topping. I got to go ahead and give top a shadow out just for says simple fact that. Hey this kid coming out of date and he had plenty a excellent ball new york kid. You know grew up doing his thing. It follows a street ball legend out. Yes no father the street ball engine if you are anyone familiar with the end what makes saves you know saying it was. Oh my gosh. He was he was a beast back. Then as a matter of fact one of my favorite players you know saying to watch him haas off his day he was able to rise up and he was a high flying dunker and his brother. His son is no different. Ob topping is a beast out there so over the top. And i gotta go ahead and give a shoutout you raise a. Bc's animal he go onto the new york knicks number eight new york knicks looking at hometown. Boy made good. He stayed right there in new york. His father was a new york basketball legend. And i'm hoping that he can do the same so proud moment. S mild on that one. Another one that made me smile will pay richard coming. Out of oregon. He got twenty six. Spies the celtics. And here's the thing that made me smile about it. They portrayed is not known for his amazing athleticism. He's not super tall. He's not super fast but the thing is that he has amazing ball handling ability coming out of high school. He didn't hold this. It be and he didn't albany with it but during the time that he was oregon he worked at it worked at work and see the development over that time that we the ball on a string and i think that's exactly what they're going to need coming off with their second team and his second unit in boston. Someone who is going to be able to control the pace of the game while maintaining a have headed up the move. That ball around. It has been absolutely amazed was taking place in this draft and another thing Sat out ten here martin junior going into the sacramento kings. Yes kenya margin you. This is a big twenty years ago. Twenty years ago the new jersey nets selected kenyon martin as a first the first pick in two thousand and now kenya martin. Junior is going to sacramento. I think this this was a beautiful. All around. you know. Greg anthony colon and he got picked up by orlando in another fifteen so it was a lot of tears. It was very emotional. Matter of fact. I think i'm going to cry. I'm gonna take a quick break. I'm gonna be right that. I want you to stick with you right here on ball. Got more draft got more draft. Talk as well as some traits. Right here ball court. This is the world basketball. Welcome back the ball. Court is the world of basketball and yes this draft addition. We've got some things going on right now. I want to jump into one team right now in the draft. I really liked what they were. The big man. I love maryland. A center jellison. He has the team that i am talking about. Is the phoenix suns. The phoenix suns is gearing. Up to a huge portion. The pushing the west. I'm talking. they're going to be guard heavy. And you're going to be intelligent as well. They they boosted up. Iq over time and let me tell you how they did that now. A lotta people nixon himself. How do we build on a team. Not only make the team better. How do we what do we do. What pieces do we add now. One of the key things that i saw last year that i've found i was going to be a great piece adds. Phoenix is chris. Paul let me tell you what this fall and no reason be great last year. He got traded to. Okay see the young team. It was a team that was expected to make the playoffs. It was a team that was expected to the to the to to make a sound in the conference but they did that. They made the playoffs they made. They made more than a sound and chris. Paul had a weld machine changes his body around committed to his game and elevated everything. About what what. What chris. Paul was yes of course. We all remember chris. Paul as a as a maestro on the lob city years in with the clippers or as a floor general during the time that he was gearing up playing or the oklahoma warnings and in orland hornets and yes absolutely knew what what potential they had with bringing him back here so he slimmed down. He got himself into shapes which to a vegan diet and gear and had these boys have these young boys running and playing at a level. They never could play. That now is looking to flip side. Let's take a look at. The phoenix suns phoenix suns. They were absolutely amazing. The public's a matter of fact handed with a scary team to see the bubble but they still fell short of making the playoffs. And i would have to save it. The best team in the bubble didn't make the playoffs at all and devon booker. Just needed something a little bit. Actuall- who could rallied these troops to get over that hump. Wells chris paul. Yes the maestro. For all young players out there too young point cards. You wanna go ahead and follow us a matter of fact right after they traded at oklahoma city. Thunder traded chris. Paul to the phoenix suns. He was dear. The day him endeavour booker in the gym working in that work. Now let me tell you. What is the sunset. Ricky rubio anc kelly overlay tyja rome and jaylen leukemia. And it's twenty twenty two first round pick oklahoma city now. The first round pick is protected and is going to be the first twelve picks if the number is the first ten pigs is going to be twenty twenty three or the i. Eight selections twenty twenty four which is on protected. Pick for twenty twenty-five so a lot agent pretty much gave up a king's ransom for chris. Paul now where we this new style that they're going to have. This is going to be pretty much all or nothing. Type deal right now deandra. He's going to have help with jaylen. Myth a devon booker is going to have chris paul to show him the way and show him out to be that next level of devon booker and level of devon booker that he's at currently is absolutely scary. So we talk about a man who could drop fifty on you or drop sixty on you at any given time now looking at going to the next level it makes me a pretty scary team to play against. As a matter of fact one of the greatest things was the class act of chris. Paul leaving out of okay see was absolutely amazing. You know when we take a look here at at the post that he made his i. Okay see what a full circle moment. This last season was genuinely genuinely grateful for your hospitality and a warm welcome from day. One much love to everyone in organization the fans and most importantly fellows who brought out that dog in day in and day out year fifteen will never be forgotten. It won't be forgotten for months needed. Chris i'm gonna tell you. That dog came out and devon booker. You're gonna be bringing in all of that out of over there in phoenix so great job. Great job los angeles lakers. They actually did some move so you know. They picked up dennis schroder. Dennis wrote one of the great ones coming out of. Okay see as well you know. He was right there right beside chris fall. That's why i know. Workers paul cadeau with Devon booker because he did. Dennis schroder. So i'm glad that he's going to be wearing golden purple. You know now. The lakers sent over a number. The number twenty eight pick in wednesday's nba draft to the thunder as part of the deal and guard. Danny green is being discussed as a player going to oklahoma city. And just case. Y'all are unaware of danny green is yes danny. Green was the gentleman who missed three pointer after that would have sealed the game and made sure that because one in five. But that's okay. That's okay because you know he's a champion. He does many of the shots that he made throughout the year. So anything we do love. What you did with lakers organization. And i know that you're going to be doing big things wherever you finally land right now. Another another big trade right here. This was this was one right here. That actually shocked me. Drew holiday being traded from the pelicans the mid what milwaukee bucks reshape the roster around two time. Mvp jonah's anna's akobo because they know agreeing for trade with the nba with a orleans. Pelicans gartrell holiday and this is going to make things a little bit better for jaanus now. The bucks are sending. Eric bledsoe george hill. Three first round picks two future draft picks swaps to new orleans for. This is going to be a good team is it. This is going to be a good squad and orleans now. Normally a whole is going to look better. You have lonzo ball day. i'm loving. I'm loving zion. I'm loving relationship that he got over there and added in eric. Bledsoe to that. That's only gonna make lonzo battle because that's a great point guard in himself that he's going to get to play behind. George hill is another great point guard. Now i feel they're going to be very point guard heavy so is going to have to move to a shooting guard and be able to attack off the wing of course have ingram deer in going to be one of the greatest wing players that have on your right now but where does that fit lonzo ball or george hill. Is he going to be number. Three george l. is lonzo ball gotomeeting number two or is he going to remain as the number one now. Here's here's here's the one that made these. I want to save this one for last talk about this one last the reason. I wasn't talking about this last. I want to make sure that maliki where tune in yes about my guy leaks of the blitz. I'm hoping tuning in and listening to me as i speak about this right here. The philadelphia seventy sixers is trading Veteran shooting guard josh. Richardson to the dallas mavericks and gas. Four-hole guess i guess. Yes seth curry so guess what this year. We are going to be treated to have a curry on east coast. Yes hurry and uniform move for them. And here's why they picked up back seeing draft. Which was this young kid coming out. Great ball out of kentucky. I i like what he got over there. But when ben simmons which we all know the issues that we've been having with. Ben simmons as well as oil and able to draw a double team from just about anywhere. Of course you. Now add in a shooter of seth were seth curry. And that's gonna help spread the floor. And that will. I feel an personally. That will help mask. What ben simmons can do. Now you add. Doc rivers into into the mix. Yes the same doctor of sf curry's father-in-law think about that thinking about going to work for your father in law. Well we'll how that works so he's going to be working with his father. in law. In doc rivers is buried. Doc rivers daughter. So he's gonna be over there with him that's going to allow them to spread the floor. Now we know that. Dr works well when it comes to working with either children or children in law because our was with austin there was no nepotism he played them treated him just like another player. Sang things going to happen with south. Korea could definitely believed that back. But here's the beauty of they're going to go back to an old school style of spreading that florida doc was utilizing in boston. And when you do that on the east coast that makes you a dominant team. 'cause you're able to spread four just like a west coast team. You spread to flow with rate wings attack and your versatile. You have a big man who could shoot the three and stretch out the fives. Like you do what you'll only be. Guess what you have you have a similar west coast scene playing on the east. I think philadelphia and hold on. Let me go ahead and say this. So i wanna make sure balik is listed. I think philadelphia seventy sixers have a chance. Listen i'm gonna say it again. They have a chance to be one of the best teams coming out of the east this year. Yup i said go ahead at me. You want to. But i've definitely said yes. Let's go ahead and jump into the world of basketball actually. Want to jump on this one topic for the world of basketball. I wanna talk about 'em out yes. The nba will have toward their greatest young stars right now in the nba draft one of them is rj hampton and arguably during the time. I know that you've been listen to my podcast. I spoke about him on ball court many times before and pre cova doorbell free kobe days when we used to speak and we sat down and talked about how. Rg hampton is looking. Better than lamelo ball. I felt that he did not go as high as he should've he definitely went low. You know but on a whole. I feel they have gone. Twenty four to the bucks is something that is extremely positive just spoke about how the bucks traded away every bledsoe but now you have rj who is just not just the regla guard. He's extremely dynamic. You know that he's already played professionally overseas and nbl. You know that he's he's had development as needed to play that grown man level of basketball. But is he going to be. The key piece is needed right now to hold onto the if not. We're talking about janas being in miami biden next season so we need somebody who's going to be geared that's gonna ride with them and played through that so rj hampton. I love it. Just as who don't know he played for the new new zealand breakers. He played he because he was the type of person who would attack the game and play and a high level he would sorry correction old bhai. I've just got word. I just got word i. Rj hampton was just traded to the denver. Nuggets this is astonishing denver nuggets. Here's why the denver nuggets right now as guard heavy. They are super guard heavy. This was honestly. I and i'm trying to get word right now. I'm actually contact trying to get in contact with producers. We've got to find out who he was. Eighty four was traded for. But he him going to the denver. Nuggets sat could mean that can be end of janas as a book. And here's why here. Why am saying this. I'm not jumping the gun here. I'm not going crazy. Here's why saying this. You've got rid of not just one. Great point guard but rj. Hampton has been known to feed the big man. I'm talking when he played for new zealand breakers. He would run the floor at a fever tastes and he's he's looking for the big man. John would have absolutely loved that but now with him being over there in denver getting traded to denver is up in. The air is up in the air over there. Oh man is a solemn night right now the see. I'm telling you. That's what i started off the show i told you to. Mba fevered pace. Were talking by december twenty second. So it's going to be minutes and minute there's going to be a lot of changes going on man wow wow. Rv hampton with the denver nuggets. This could be a squad. Stop stopping to you believe that this could be. This could be the one that they're looking for because denver is not a bad team right. Now you know is this is i actually. I actually blown away by this. I'm blown away. I i want to grab some more information. You know what. I'm gonna take a short little break. We're gonna be right back. We're going to grab some more information. And then we're gonna talk about the coaches topic coach before before getting another one on what happened to with rj. Sick row right here on ball court draft addition go back to ball quote. Wow is amazing. Rj handing over the denver. Nuggets is going to be team. I'm telling you it's a squads low cat man. They're going to be beautiful but with that with me. Confirm if that information is safe for me to say that jaanus is on his way to my ends there will be no pot and into milwaukee bucks are smart right. Now you gotta you gotta come up with something you gotta get another superstar or he gone. He is absolutely i. And i can't find a reason why he would stay without another superstar. And i'm not talking. So regular supersonic major super saw dense was your chains. Knows ain withdrew holiday gone. That wasn't you got rid of brogden a year ago. This is starting to trying to start a snowball. So janas may be out of it. But i gotta work for her coach. This is going to be the word from a coach. I just wanna go ahead and end on this note and this is something that has. I have spoken about actually sat down in length with a lot of people. I was actually looking on my twitter and women's health sets tweeted that women athletes can absolutely be role model for male athletes. You know and this is. I pose a conversation in a group. I've gotten some some people said it just can't happen. I found myself sitting down. And i started to think about this all right. My daughter female athletes know. She loves females sports. She watches wnba huge fan of liz liz campaign and acis big thing. But her or her name. She named herself after lebron like or nickname that she'll she'll she doesn't move. She goes out the broad so it is has been normalized in our society for female athletes. Look up to a male athlete as ugo but our society has normalized male athletes looking up to female athletes and that i feel issue when i grow up. I wasn't just playing basketball. I also ran track and be infected ran track and being tall. I wanted to be able to do every sport. I want to do. every every event in track and field my role model where the big role models that. I had that really pushed me to play basketball as well as pushed me The push to compete as hard as i didn't feel despite who was around the outbreak there were around. Wasn't carl lewis. It wasn't michael. Jordan was jackie joyner-kersee and jackie joyner-kersee made me feel like when i watched her compete when i the level that she competed at she made me feel like i can compete at that level. Now back then. I didn't see her as a female athlete. I saw her just as a professional athlete and a professional athlete. Debt train hard practice harder than mostly every other athlete male or female compete at a level that that wasn't comparible to any of the athlete. But for me it was normal. It was a normal process. I look up to her. I looked up to Cheryl miller a. It was normal for me. Maybe because in my household being overly macho wasn't a thing in our household in our household we we pretty much measured everything on your level of commitment to what you were doing and how good you are able to do it. So you're gendered never really mattered. My sister was one of the better basketball players in our household. You know as well as she was one of the best. All around athletes in our household so gender. Didn't matter to us so when i saw that post it kind of struck me in a way that obviously gender mattis to solve an athlete or hero should be measured not by the gender by the accomplishments and your dedication to those accomplishments and what they have done. And that's what we model ourselves after you are in the every break down. They are the people that we want to beat an emulate in our life and it doesn't mean that they just have to be a guy to be a great person to be a great athlete. It means that regardless of gender regardless of orientation regardless of what ever they are outside of being that great athlete we could always find them to be a role model. So let's not confine ourselves. Let's put ourselves in a box. One day we might find inspiration in that little girl that is shooting up all the same way we found inspiration in new grown man. Hit the ball over the fence. 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Many Thoughts on Reopening|American Electorate Podcast EP 44

The American Electorate

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Many Thoughts on Reopening|American Electorate Podcast EP 44

"Audio presents the American electorate. Podcast your weekly home for a non partisan breakdown of the news as well as thought provoking discussions on culture and the American political process. And here's your host Gregory Anderson who are friends. Welcome to this Mondays. Hide cast of. You guys had a fantastic weekend. Mine was filled with more more Gartrell. And they're GONNA get in Garo soon. We have a really really good show for you today. not a ton of different stories. I've a handful of things I wanted to focus on by Mason. Commencement remarks Just what was a couple of days ago so in? Sokolow bits about that and by a little bit. I mean a little bit. He asked interviewed about seventy four. People's go over that article At least some because it's rather lengthy Testing still isn't worship. Worse on experts. Think it should be so WANNA talk a little. Bit about that in the podcast. We're going to give you a multiple. perspectives one sort of the economic concerns of people from all over the spectrum when it comes to reopening. So that's something I wanted to touch on today so not not a whole lot of before we go there. Remember to share the podcast and leave a review like an answer. Feist aren't just leave without on his review. 'cause I wanNA know what you think about the gas? Okay actually before even get started what the actual content. What was it last episode with talked about the the three trillion dollar heroes? Zagged wasn't going to go anywhere. Well it it's not I mean. Of course I said this in the I didn't it? Did of course pass the house which was expected. I think it was primarily a party line. Vote that was always expected. It's not going to pass the Senate. They've already called a dead on arrival. So this was more of a Posturing just wanted to get that out okay. So once to my first headline roundup abolish suggests. Us lacks leadership on Kroto virus in commencement address. This headline roundup was from March Seventeenth. Two thousand roundup was from May Seventeenth. Two Thousand Twenty two our address to the graduating class of seventy four historically black colleges across the country on Saturday for President Barack Obama Critique the current administration's response to the Krona virus pain deming saying many officials art pretending to be in charge. It's the second time in a month that the Democrat has weighed in on the country's handling the crisis after a private conference call that was leaked likely by his team and when she called absolute chaotic disaster allies left right and the focus on Abacha's implicit criticism and their coverage with many using loaded terms like reps and attacks to describe his comments. Those in the center reported more generally on the contents of the speech. The sources that they use were Mpr online news. The Guardian and Breitbart. So that I thought was interesting. Let's go to the actual Comments on this is from NPR. For President Barack Obama delivered virtual commencement address a Saturday urging tens of thousands of graduates from historically black colleges and universities to seize the initiative amid where he described as a lack of leadership from the leaders in the United States to the chronic liar. Spending more than anything. The pandemic is fully and finally tour back the curtain on the idea. That many folks in charge know what they're doing about said in his remarks that was strewn ally a lot of them aren't even pretend to be in charge if the world's going to get better it's going to be up to you for any of ways that look at that and honestly. I think that also goes down to the governors as well as the president because luckily in the United States doesn't have ultimate authority and surprisingly the governor's in now my state which J. B. Pritzker but You know all the governors across the United States have a surprising amount of power in their own state. So I think this is more of a dig at everyone The the response has been perfect. Push I think even he President Obama a knowledge that regardless of who would have been here in charge response. Wouldn't have been great. I mean that's people around the world have done the perfect. I must people like the points in South Korea. Those cars I thought were interesting but had a lot of before making is it's pretty much a wash. You know How you want to see these comments which I don't think there's there's not much wrong with it is and it's not really worth spending that much more time on okay so. I wanted to make sure I'm giving you guys the full side of the story. I say that with every Topic would just about every topic. Let's addressing just one article or its own haven't done too much on giving you the other side of the tar read allegation so that that's something that I apologizing for faced criticism of something that I am I thought about I mean because my main bugaboo it. What this whole situation is that the tar read allegation ensue abide and has received far. Us coverage as opposed to Christine Blasi Ford or just about any of the other allegations made against trump. So I just wanted that part to be To be squared a equal. That's one thing I wanted to really point out but as I mentioned earlier. Pbs Did thorough. Sit Down with plenty of Binds former staffers and the title of their Article News was seventy four for abidance cameras. Think about the tar reads allegations. Um So. I'm not going to go over this whole thing because like I said it's rather lengthy But I wanted to read through. Decent portion of is that we can get a An idea of bite inside of the story are who's written on May Fifteenth. Two thousand twenty over his decades long career in Seattle former vice president. Joe Biden was known as demanding by fair family oriented boss devoted to his home life in Delaware and committed to gender equality and his office. He was not on a list of creepy male. Similar is that former. Staffers told each other to avoid in elevators. On Capitol Hill yet biden now the presumptive Democratic nominee was also toucher seemingly oblivious to whether physical contact made some women uncomfortable. That behavior has persisted in recent years. Biden is now facing fresh scrutiny. After a former eight in March charged the. He sexually assaulted her when she worked in his Senate office in the early nineteen nineties. An allegation Biden has categorically deny the. Pbs Newshour spoke with seventy four former Biden staffers. Although sixty two were women in order to get a broader picture of his behavior towards women over the course of his career and how they see the new allegation and whether there was evidence of a larger pattern none of the people interviewed said they had experienced sexual harassment assault or misconduct by Biden also. They never heard any rumors or allegations of Biden engaging in a sexual misconduct until the recent assault allegation made by read former. Staffers said that are re should be heard and acknowledged that their experiences do not disprove her accusation and all the news hour tried to contact nearly two hundred former staffers of Biden's based primarily on public records of his in the Senate and the White House and also from interviews with current campaign advisors include for interns and senior aides from his nineteen seventy two senate campaign through his time at the White House. Some are still in politics. Others left long ago to pursue other careers they were as about reads allegations but also whether they or anyone they know were uncomfortable around. Bina mini said that her sexual allegation was at odds with their knowledge of binds. Behavior towards women. The interviews revealed previously unreported details about Biden's office when read worked there such as an account that she lost her job because of poor performance and not as retaliation for logging complaints about sexual harassment as read has claimed on the other. End other recollections. From former staffers corroborated things she has described publicly such as by issues of the suit. Jim and a supervisor monitoring her for dressing inappropriately overall. The people who spoke to the news hour described a largely positive and gratifying experiences with working with Biden painting a portrait of someone who was ahead of his time in empowering women in the workplace. One thing about Joe Biden is he is a man of the highest character and why these accusations are so surreal. Just can't comport with the man that I worked with said mercy. A- Lee Taylor senior policy advisor or Judiciary Committee where women held leading roles when Biden served as chairman but he has blind spots which biding himself has publicly acknowledged when it came to his own interactions with women in public. That made them feel uncomfortable. Re declined the news hours interview requests. Her Attorney Doug wigmore sit detail answers to a number of questions by he wrote the Public. Touching is evidence that he could have mistreated his client and the ways she claims. I don't think anyone would describe these situations as normal he route they troublesome to say the least many former by in staffers said they believed tar reads. Allegations are false. So I'm gonNA leave you Link to the article But our whole gang goes into Biden's history intriguing women well to like. I said one former staffer alleged that she was demoted because of poor performance in the workplace. Not because the allegations like talked about in that summary so Like I says well lengthy and I'm GONNA leave you a link to it. Should you want to read the entire thing? But that summary Pretty much sums up. What was talked about and again. I've never said that Biden was guilty at all. Yeah I'm I don't know you don't know the only people who know for sure would be buying in if he remembers entire rain. So that's all I ever one. It was equal attention. Paid to this particular story as other sexual assault allegations have been gibbons way we can know the truth a moving on a second to the last story of this round from all sides is titled Virus. Testing is up overall but some states may still be following behind. This may fifteenth thousand twenty inflicting headlines in different warning angles have helped fuel confusion around the status on Kobe. Nineteen Corona virus testing in the United States whether or another country performing tests adequately or if it's falling short some outlets are focusing on the recent overall increases of daily testing conducting United States. Something I've talked about while others are singling out certain states and regions that are reportedly lacking and testing others especially right rated outlandish concentrated on issues purportedly born of inefficient testing requirements and mandates data from Pew Research Center suggests a sixty one percent of Americans think that the federal government is responsible for ensuring sufficient testing rather than the state government sources that they use with associated. Press than you are posed and vox online so I was going to use the Associated Press article to sort sorta go into more detail about this story. Unfortunately when you click on it it seems to lead you to a different page than what's on. I don't know there's some sort of broken links somewhere to go To PBS which they have titles very similar to what all sides has so The title that article is most states. Still fall short of recommended. Testing lab is headline was written on May Fifteenth Thousand Twenty s businesses reopened Friday in the US. More than four out of five states still falls short of course ninety tastic last public health. Experts say are necessary to safely use lockdowns and avoid another deadly wave outbreaks according to Associated Press Analysis. Now as we pointed out before this booing disagreements as to whether those are are realistic as far as having millions desperate as opposed to like thousand to four hundred thousand dollars today. A rapid widespread testing is considered essential tracking in containing the krona virus. But forty-one states fell. It's widely not to drive their infections below a key. Benchmark according to an AP analysis of metrics developed by harvest Global Health Institute among the states fall in the short our Texas and Georgia which move aggressively last month to reopen stores malls barber shops and other businesses as health authorities expand testing to more people. Proportion of positives has should shrink. Compared with the total number of people being tested the World Health Organization in health researchers have said a percentage above ten percent indicates inadequate testing South Korea a country praised for its rapid response quickly pushed its positive cases below three percent. Most governors are moving ahead with unlocking their states even in cases where they are not meeting broad guidelines recommended by the White House the first stage reopening Maryland was scheduled to take effect. Friday evening with some retail. Stores will be allowed to reopen and stay at home order being lifted but some of the hardest hit parts of the state including the suburbs of Washington DC extend restrictions for residents and businesses is Maryland governor. Larry Hogan made headlines last month when the state acquired fifty thousand tests from a South Korean company confidential deal but Maryland has not had all the components needed for testing like swabs to meet the demand Hogan said Maryland just received swabs this week from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. We requested three hundred. Fifty Thousand Hogan said Wednesday. They committed to two hundred and twenty five thousand and I think we got seventy five thousand yesterday with another one hundred twenty five thousand that are supposedly days away along with the tubes. The stuff that goes with them. That's still not enough by it. Helps US meanwhile? The state legislative leaders expressed concern about testing in contact data. Thursday in a letter. Let something we're GonNa talk about Wednesday but the opposite side Latte we have asked for for transparency on the metrics and Bob and testing including how many full test kits estates has along with necessarily materials to choose test researchers at Harvard University of calculated that the US needs to test at a minimum of nine hundred thousand people per day to safely reopen the economy based on the ten percent positive rate. Several other key metrics. That goal is nearly three times. The country's current daily testing sally of three hundred sixty thousand according to figures compiled by the Kobe tracking website. The fact that testing has become the Achilles heel that has made it much harder for us to have a great national response to this. Pandemic is a tragedy. I'd like us to have a massive amounts of ubiquitous testing. So that of all things we need to worry about testing isn't one of them president. Donald trump insisted again this week. His administration has met the moment in prevailed on testing even as he continued to shift spots. Ability for the efforts. To the governor's administration officials said they will provide states with enough testing supplies to conduct about forty test per day in May in June. But that's still less than half of the total recommended amount by Harvard. Seem only nine states met the daily rate recommended by Joh- and his colleagues according to Apia Nelson. Most states are large enroll in such as Montana. Alaska North Dakota and Wyoming. Meanwhile states with some of the biggest testing shortfalls including New York and New Jersey Have Signal. They will keep their stay at home. Orders in place I do feel are dangerous here. Opening out without enough task do not feel. It's a uniform everywhere in the country. Joson which is I think a very key point so other states like ones that aren't California or perhaps Georgia or mainly New York should be able to open up since the situation isn't as bad there. We shouldn't be looking at this uniformly. In New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will allow smaller cities rural regions of upstate. New York gradually reopen. I industry by Industry in areas that have been sparked by the brunt of the crossovers break first wave of business includes retail though only recurred side an in store pickup along with construction and manufacturing cuomo also announced beaches would be allowed to open in time for Memorial Day weekend in Virginia. Some non essential businesses include hair salons reopened Friday under modify restrictions set in place by governor. Ralph Northam retail stores gene expand the capacity but beaches were still off limits to Sunday this elsewhere in the US Grand Canyon National Park reopened on Friday to allow visitors in for day shows but not overnight via testing. Isn't the only concern. The Food and Drug Administration said late. Thursday that is investigating data that suggests that RAPA covert nineteen tests used by trump and others everyday commence infections and falsely clear infected patients at the Commissioner Steve Hans-adam Friday that his agency has provided new guidance. To the White House after data suggests that fifteen minutes may provide inaccuracies. False negatives as we had We're talking a false negatives. Last time I had Shower furred on worldwide. There have been more than four point. Four million current vice infections reported with over three hundred thousand deaths while one point six million have reported while one point six million have recovered. According to a tally by John Hopkins University and of course that says account all the people who like Lamm antibodies. So I thought that one had permission but there's other one thing I wanted to touch on here before switch over to my last segment. This one that came from May fifteenth and it's depressing but also I would say eye opening as well. So the title of the article is people mostly. Staying home are still getting Kobe. Nineteen here's the problem in what we can do about it. I'm going to read this whole Lancaster. Sabry the SORTA opening summer here in a press conference may sex governor. Andrew Cuomo said a sixty six percents of new hospitalizations in New York recuperated team where people who had been staying home surprise. Overwhelmingly people were at home while we thought maybe they were taking public transit. We've been taking special precautions on public transportation but actually know these people were literally at home. The shocking data came from a survey of more than one hundred New York hospitals and about one thousand three hundred new patients. Coa said it raises a question of the people who are staying home. How rigorously they staying home? Stephon Morris professor of apology at the Mailman School for Public Health at Columbia University who focuses on Risk Assessment of officious disease tells. Cnbc make the with a mitigates. This they say is carefully steer clear up people in the streets. He Wash your hands diligently About running your errands handling packages and groceries gingerly. Follow Elevator Etiquette keep essence even while at the par so. I thought that was other. That last part was I would say worrisome. But like if let's say if they're doing standards distancing stink clean wearing the mask and people are still getting it. One disaster should settle for maybe like a total lockdown to design. Just that maybe we should open things because it sounds like no matter what we do this thing is infectious. But maybe not as deadly okay. So my final story of the day that I wanted to cover. I rarely that's never Done this recovery. Various articles from the perspective log in the past This one they have snippets from all sides of the political spectrum. Left right and center on as the title suggests economic loom as reopening begins. This comes from May Fourteenth Out Thousand Twenty and I wasn't going to read through it because some of these are much longer. This one isn't that bad and I thought why give you a A good idea what everyone sort of thinking worried about. So that we this gives you more ammo with I guess to make a An opinion piece starts off the need for economic activities. Clashing public safety concerns as the United States gradually moved to reopen safely amid the Koran virus pandemic debates or the need for social distancing a widespread testing process with circumstances varying widely between states and regions. Meanwhile more than three million Americans filing for unemployment just last week mini report focused on President Donald Trump's claim. The Democrats are as hitching hindering economic recovery to hurt his reelection chances. Some left Ray reporting concentrating on concerns regarding premature many right rita voices have argued for the need to return to work most saying recent carruthers data on testing hospital capabilities. Back them up and again as I said. I think I'd said just earlier. This is being framed in a case of money and I'm not sure what images pop up in someone's head when when you say the economy let as I pointed out in that episode Kobe It was nineteen trolley dilemma. Which if you haven't listened to it I suggest you do. This isn't a case of money or allies. It's lives over liars and regardless of whether you want engage with it or not You making a decision to sacrifice some over others and point I was making. Is that the moral. The more more option isn't as obvious as one over five here so I just. That's the main point that I made in that episode. And if you WANNA go like want to listen to that police do because it was a it was a starts off with snippets from the sensor and the first publication is Wroclaw experts appearing before the first hearing of the Kobe. Nineteen panel agreed on several common strategies to use and decisions about reopen the economy as lawmakers bigger format of the hearing itself there. Naga royal hearing by the select subcommittee on Chronic Artis crisis. Both parties emphasized the importance of taking steps to ease economic restrictions albeit in different ways. Democrats have pushed for more a cautious approach. While some Republican last states have been more quicker were lift restrictions on businesses. Each of the five witnesses outline's recommendations to safely open businesses and ease economic restrictions. All agreed on the need to increase testing in order to open up safely another common theme was accelerating contact tracing in which people had contact with infected. People identified a mourn. Cnbc FED chairman Drome Powell. Gloomy view of the economy has marcus looking for more guidance. On what's the central bank will do next to prop it back up. Some strategists believe the Fed will announce a new quantitative easing program of asset size or before or at nine of June tenth. Meeting quantitative easing was the first used by Lafayette during the Great Depression and became known as qe. Powell's description of the economy was saying it caused a level of pain that is hard to capture words. Powell also said a recovery is dependent on the virus and how long it will take to develop treatments and whether the economy can be bound despite limitations of social distancing it will depend on whether there are new outbreaks. Reuters to me. It's not an acceptable answer especially when it comes to. School trump told reporters at the White House when asked by Dr. Anthony vouches warnings to senators on Tuesday about the risk of reopening schools in the economy. Too Soon foudy. He Directs National Institute of Allergy and the his disease is also warned that a premature lifting lack could lead to additional outbreaks of the deadly Krahn virus. Which has killed more than eighty two thousand people in the United States and brought the economy to its knees. The President who previously made the strength of the economy central dispatch for reelection in November has encouraged reopen businesses and schools that were shuttered by the halt of the spread of the highly contagious respiratory disease. Fauci Seventy-nine a proponent of the lockdowns have become a big target for criticism from the American far right especially spiracy. There's since he made statements about the outbreak where I would trump's now moving onto snippets from the left this first one is from ABC News. The Corona virus pandemic has retallack meaning Arizona. United States prompting. Nearly all stacey issue stayed homeowners in enclosed businesses in an effort to stem the tide against the virus the ensuing unprecedent economic shutdown has caused devastation of its own was some thirty million falling for unemployment and economic contraction that has not been seen since the great recession and businesses of all sizes scrambling to adapt and survive and has also prompted calls us to get the economy moving again raising the issue about how to do it safely as the virus continues to tear through the country as forty five states plus Puerto Rico again easing restrictions to some extent. No Steve has yet to see a decline in terms of new reported cases for forty days in a row according to Navy see analysis and questions to remain about whether there will be a resurgence of virus. The Boston Globe this is from an analysis piece. Among the strategies maintain a stay at home advisory for seniors in limit family access to nursing homes because the elderly are the most vulnerable to infection allow. Older employees will work at home evening as younger colleagues. Return to the office more outdoor restaurant dining because it safer than breaking bread indoors and loosening restrictions on small gatherings like backyard barbecues while also barring large crowds and concerts and sporting events which is good because I want comparable back but of course we had to safely in any Ryobi scientists and economics degree that testing tracing in social distancing measures are paramount to keeping a virus under control slogs lockdowns and restrictions. Come with their own trade offs. They are hard to implement an even harder. To enforce. And the downsides may justify the offset if the people over the age of seventy four example and need to isolate or prolong curia. They will need new services and programs with a new knee services and programs in the border signals to older workers to stay at home. Is that a form of discrimination and restaurants are restricted to outdoor dining or by capacity. How can make money and these are very very important questions? this next one from CNN neither global economy nor the US economy can reopen. A secret is manner that uneven progress could for example make it harder for manufacturers that rely on materials from abroad to recover on top of the many economists expect people will be slow to resume their everyday activities such as dining in restaurants and going to the movies as they did before the band lack was show up the economic as well fears of a second way infections are threatening to slow recovery as South Korea and Germany. Both which are reopening their economies have seen clusters of new. Kuban nineteen cases emerged. Now I think I will say about this as the I fully disagree with Millers commenting on this because I am not only am seeing here in my area. Places are two are starting to get packed. Like there's a little different outdoor place Michael Street lose drive-in That place has been a packed recently with people. Staying Each Other. New Mass or no mass. This I this I think is going to surprise a lot of people. I think there was also another was with Virginia Beach. I saw someone twitter about a bit about beach. That was supposed to be closed. And there's actually thousands of people there so I think that I think people are eager to get back out and I don't think there will be as big a lag as they are expecting now onto the final piece in snippets from the rights. The first one is from newsmax DOT COM White House. Economic Adviser. Larry cudlow predicts a big reopening the economy at the current stage in the battle against Cronulla. Riots enters the home stretch the veteran financial guru informer. Reagan advisor said public. Safety goes hand in hand with economic growth. I believe we will do both Carlos. Tola radio host in a recent interview. I think the president has been right to adopt the mitigation measures. He had I think the shutdowns did help. Bring since virus -Til Kudlow said two thousand twenty. One will be very very good year for the economy however now everyone is optimistic. Meanwhile the head for the Federal Reserve worn on Wednesday of an extended period of weak economic growth vowed to the use of the US central banks as needed and call for additional fiscal spending to stem the follow from the Ron Virus pandemic. The next one is from Fox News. Online president trump interview aired Thursday morning with Fox. Business Network said he believes that his political critics y slower reopening of the economy not due to the chronic liar threat but to hurt him politically in the November election. When asked if he thinks his political opponents want to keep the economy close going into the presidential election trump said. Yes I do. I think it's a horrible thing. The president has been pushing to reopen the economy as quickly as possible emphasizing the economic effects of key business closed and people out of work despite pushback from his critics. He is essentially sacrificing lives. Trump said there are also likely to be health effects on keeping people under an homeowners for such a long time. And that's one thing that is also kind of hard to quantify at this particular point but what if they are and you know. No one's going to. Are we going to have an honest conversation About two was right. I if this does turn out to be of that turns out to be the case that I don't know this last one is from USA. Today this last one is painting piece from USA Today by representative. Jody hice Republican from Georgia. Whether it was justified or not the objective has seemed to be accomplished throughout most of America are hospital systems are no longer endanger being flooded by corona virus patients my home state of Georgia Nasr Lowest Number of patients hospitalized in the lowest number ventilators in you since April eighth even and hard state like New York City which has over one hundred eighty five thousand avars cases alone. Twenty six percent of hospital beds. Twenty one percent of intensive care units are open. Our hospital systems have the capacity necessary to deal with the Cronin buyers. We can safely reopened the controversy and allow folks returned to work while continuing to practice smart help guidelines every day that we delay makes it more difficult to restore the economic prosperity. We enjoyed just three months ago. Over thirty. Three million hardworking. Americans have filed for unemployment since mid-march Americans and their employers are facing tremendous difficulty. We cannot afford to wait. The sooner we begin taking the steps to the recovery more prosperous the path will be for a saw. And that's the end of the article in. I wanted to say there was a lot of good information in these. I hope you got something out of it. I think they all make really good points. Like I said and as I've been saying this is not going to be an easy decision on whether or not to reopen the economy because again. This isn't a decision of the economy versus lives his slide versus lies plus they had so but I suppose as you saw through the Democratic primary. I mean a lot of people as also depends on your opinion of the economy. And what you thought. The state of the United States was prior to this so anyway that is it for today's podcast for sure on Wednesday on Wednesday we will have to episodes to was wearing interesting by Matt. Taibbi and I was going to do it day but then I changed my mind. So we're going to say that for Wednesday Less than zone episode on its own Plus mother information than have was. I'll have a four episode where breakdown the news on Wednesday until then my brands. Thank you for listening to the American Electorate podcast. If you want your questions answered on the next podcast email us at politic podcast gmail.com.

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Hour 2: Carlos Hyde's Comments

"I. Smith charged with murder glance injustice in racial inequality leadership. Going to from I wish America love black people as much as they love. All Racist. Time to list spirit. In Angry. I got GRANDPA. would be his owner. Here. The same thing that my grandma. Get plus years ago. The bug man. Kim American. Skew what? Time machine drew brees just walking. Grease spilled. Calling Kabir Nick. Not Listening players earlier, our communities undersea. No have time to wait. You can't show them. You can't show through. My patients left my body when I watched George Floyd take. Heads S Lee. Why didn't get old. It's been an extraordinary time on this program in America, and I want to read you a post Venus Williams. Put on Instagram last night, saying that George. Floyd's death scratches the surface on racism. In America I'll read it to you. She wrote take a moment to imagine this. If police brutality can exist in be tolerated so many years at this scale, imagine the other insidious act of racism that permeate. Permeate our country in the workplace and the justice system and the healthcare system and the education system. She goes on to post. I'm amazed at the solidarity that erupted across the USA. It has brought me to tears. I'm so happy so relieved. As an African American do finally be heard I. Pray for those who have lost their lives, and for their families so America could finally wake up and act. And with that thought in mind, we approach ten o'clock in the morning eastern time in the east here in the United States. I'm Mike Greenberg Bristol Connecticut this morning. We have another hour of get up for you as our timing has been pushed a little bit. We're following Korean baseball for the remainder of this month, and perhaps a little bit beyond that, so if you're tuning in for I take, they will come along one. One hour later than usual, they'll be live at eleven o'clock eastern time this morning. In the meantime we will pick it up with news from the National Football League where the world of football continues to address the implications of Commissioner Roger Goodell's video message Friday saying the League condemns racism and was wrong to not listen to player protests earlier yesterday running back, Carlos Hyde suggested one specific next step for the League to take. I think that's been started by Sami Cutback. They signed cab back that are. On the show, they really trying to move in a different direction. depends. chat was making a statement for years ago. about what's going on today's world. And bothered to listen to them. So, I start by doing that. Those the thoughts of Carlos Hyde and here my guys this morning. I've cliff April with us who's been terrific in the Times that he's appeared with US and Booger McFarland and Jeff Saturday as well and. Cliff let me start with you. You were there during this time when Colin Kaepernick became the central figure in these protests that took place during the playing of the national anthem. How important do you think it will be two players around the league? If Colin Kaepernick is signed to Arista this here. I think it's a step forward right, but I also think this is a little bit more than just cabinet. Get inside I. Think he will get workouts I think he. He deserves to get those looks and get the calls from teams in Hopefully possibly possibly get a chance to play on the team, but more so than anything. I think he deserves an apology from the NFL from ownership throughout the League of how they treated him about this situation, but again it's a little bit deeper than cap is about doing the right thing from the NFL. It's about getting behind the real issues in America the issues that a lot of your. Your players faced outside of facility or the football field because at the end of the day. When you're out, you're you don't have that uniform. You don't have the helmet on your. We're all dealing with some different things that people are protesting right now, so I think it's a little bit deeper than cap but I. Definitely do think he deserves the opportunity to get back out there. There isn't any question that the issues here go well beyond the man, but he he is an important piece of it. It feels to me so booker. I guess I would ask you. What statement would it make if Colin Kaepernick on an NFL roster this year? I think you will make a huge statement Greenie. It would. It would basically be for the owners for the League for Roger Goodell to Kinda. Reiterate what Goodell has already said in which. We miss the boat. We didn't listen now. I don't think that's going to happen I. Mean Even Roger Goodell's eighty one second. Speech to us on that he posted. He never mentioned Kaepernick name. Never say you know what I apologize to Colin Cabinet Colin Cabinet tried to tell all of us this, but I, in we did not listen so there's still a hesitancy from somebody in a failed to acknowledge. Yes, they're saying we didn't listen, but what didn't you listen to? You didn't listen to the one man and. And Colin Kaepernick, along with Eric, Reed, and others who join in that was trying to bring our attention to this instead for years later. It's George. SMART being murdered on video to show us for America to have an awakening so I think he may get a look, but I honestly do not expect Colin. Kaepernick to be signed I. I think there are still some hesitancy even. Even to mention his name even to bring it up we've seen the president. Bring his name of trying to make it more political so I think there's still a lot to be worked out GREENIE. It would be step steps. It would be progress, but let's not forget cabinets. Bigger message was bringing attention to what he already knew in finally after we saw a man get. Get murdered on video. That attention is coming. It took four years. It took a lot more on on black men and black women dying, but hopefully now America's getting appointed and I think in a private moment. If you were to ask Colin Kaepernick at which I think. We all want to hear from on this topic. If you were to ask him I think he would feel. He would feel maybe vindicated from four years ago and everything in the happen, but he'd also feel like he's playing a Roy. Large role in where we are now and how we're progressing, moving forward is there isn't any question of that and I think we can separate that from the significance a does he still want to be a football player I have no reason to believe. Believe. He does not everything that I've heard from anyone around him suggests that he wants to play football. Just how important that is in the context of everything else I obviously don't know and he hasn't really necessarily said but Jeff, what do you think? How significant of a step would it be? And what would it mean if one of the NFL teams did sign Colin Kaepernick? Yeah I agree with both book and and cliff. It'd be a huge statement for an owner or to step out and sign. Colin Kaepernick to his football team I'm kind of in a alongside with lift and I think you'll get worked out he'll get opportunities that he may have not have had I mean even the workout last year in Atlanta was just or maybe eighteen months just chaos, right? I mean. It was supposed to be one way lipped all the sudden. It became you know chaos around the moment, and so you know. Hopefully he'll get opportunities to go in with teams meet with teams, but it's GonNa take somebody really stepping out and doing that. And what message does that send? You know to to America on a broader scale if they do. Sign Colin Kaepernick but to to both men's points, this is, it's larger than just a Colin Kaepernick getting a job right amid the end of the day what he was bringing the the country's attention to and finally four years later. We're all discussing I think you know hopefully we're gonNA. Take this for the greater good and continue to move forward as far as we're Colin Kaepernick ends up Did other teams on them I'm just not sure I'm align with both those gotTa show. Really know you know will team signed him this season I agree. And of course there are far more important things here than whether any one individual plays football, but I do think it would be a signal of something so much larger if he were to get signed. We'll see if it does wind up happening. I want to play something that Nick said yesterday. Our friend Dominic Foxworth was here talking about why in his view, the owners of the NFL teams should just do. What's right when it comes to player protests. Here's what he said. Like. How much money do need to be free? How much leverage and flexibility you need to stand up for what's right like? They have no bosses. There's no one who can do anything with them. They are billionaires. Do what's right because it's right, not because you're trying to make a buck, you don't need anymore. Your House can't get any bigger. You don't need another plane or helicopter yacht like be free. Be Honest and be truthful in his moment dough. Come on and. And say it because you think is right, or because you think it's going to sell tickets or appease your players. Say it because you have the luxury to be able to say and do the things that are important in this moment. Because can't nobody do nothing to you? They can take things for me could take things from your employees. They can't take nothing from you. Be Honest and be true to who you are and be true to what you believe in. I thought that was fascinating, and we have seen during this period of time. A lot of people come to view issues differently. Perhaps we saw that and drew brees certainly last weekend. Maybe other so Jeff, you've dealt with the NFL owners a lot in negotiating and things like that. Do you anticipate that they will see things differently than they did three and four years ago? Do you think there will be a different stance from the NFL owners when it comes to players a peacefully protesting during the national anthem? Well first of all love Fox I mean. That's my guy anyway, so so I love how he phrases things just that the attitude that he comes you with it man I mean you know I? I love him so I would say this. You know as I look at my life. My life has been one that has been directly affected affected in a positive manner from strong black leadership, starting with my high school football coach Ron Gartrell coaches in college. College when I acting a fool Jeff Mad dog mad, he'd get me straight away. Tony Dungy Jim call welcome name, a dozen, and obviously my relationships in locker rooms. Even my faith journey has been greatly impacted by by black men, and so as I look at my life, my life is better because of these relationships and I you know a guy from my church, and African American said this weekend. You know relationships are what help resolve really. If, you're an owner of a national football team, your relationships in the locker room should matter right like we should feel the pain bit men that we trust that we love that we care about are going through, and so when they're when they are are are crying out for change and what needs to be. Men need to step up and say hey, what can I do, listen? Maybe you don't know. Maybe you haven't had those experiences, but. But now is a great time to not just listen to at the to make this country a better place to live in to to make the change that you know as fossil in the knicks point. You don't have anything to lose. Step up where you can help help where men that you know in our who are applying for your football team. You hear their cries. You understand you may not have ever experienced. I'm no I have not. I love those men and I'll walk with them. When they asked me to an interesting way to look at that, I think it was worth pointing out. From what I know I don't know that there are many NFL owners who have closer relationships with their players and Jerry Jones does in Dallas, and yet he was maybe the most vocal when this was going on several years ago in opposition to the protests, so so cliff I'll ask you a player who did take part in those? What did you hear from? From the the ownership there in Seattle and when you were playing very Paul Allen and perhaps any other NFL owners that you may have encountered. Well you know the great thing about being here Seattle one of the few teams during the protests. Coach Gerald Paul Allen both of those guys. They didn't push back when it came down. Guys protest as you can see. A lot of us sat down during the pro to protest, and there wasn't any pushback. We had meetings in the locker room or in a team meetings. Where we bring different activists in, so they can learn as well right because it was more than football to those guys I think that was really really cool to see I. Mean you listen to Coast? Carol some of his messages. He understood the message that I think that's the. The biggest piece he never, he never thought it was about the flag. He always knew and understood the and I think that's the point that we need to push is the message is about up up? Police, brutality and equality different things like that that guys are fighting for and I. Think our Locker Room. One of the few we were able to capitalize that as far as be able to protest and bill make sure we are heard, and they had no issues with that, but I'll give you the final word here. What are your final thoughts? Green I. Truly believe that what we deal with inside the locker room is just a microcosm of what real-life is. Let's just take the drew brees incident that happened last week in removed the name drew brees, and here you have one of the richest players in the NFL who was inside of his bubble in his bubble. Simply his life was perfect, his life with great, and he had a belief that was selfish that him based on his. His grandparents and how he grew up in that's how he viewed light, and allowed him to make the statements that he made now magnified that greedy by hundreds of millions of dollars, and now you have an NFL owner who essentially is in the same bubble. They have their billions of dollars, and they've grown up made all their money. Believing a certain things we saw something dramatic happen to change or to allow drew brees us. He's changing I. I think the big question is this Greenie? What's GonNa Happen to billionaires to force them force them to change for drew brees. It was the public humiliation on social media and everybody making him feel from a negative standpoint as worse as he as he's ever felt his life. What's going to happen? The billionaire who have everything dominates point they answer to no one they have everything. They don't need anybody else to tell them what to do. What's? What's going to have to happen to them for them? To have a change of heart, because ultimately what it comes down to is, what's inside of you? Okay, you have all the money. It's not about money. What's inside? Are you willing to do? What's right? Are you willing to do the thing that's going to help a push the message forward? Because if sports are just a microcosm of society, which I truly believe that is then how can. Can, we use sports to push the message that's going on around the world. I, the NFL owners have a great opportunity to show the other billionaires around the country. The other people that money does not matter how you treat people I'm I'm really fascinated to see how they respond, and how they add because I think they can set a tone for the for the CEOS of all these companies for Apple Amazon all these big dollar company. Let's. Let's not just released a statement. A statement is is worth a grain of salt. If there if there are no action behind the, don't they? Release the statement. What are your actions going to do? Are you willing to lose money to do what humanly right? That's what this country needs to progress to to hell with a statement, the hell with the Post. Can you show America that the money doesn't matter tree? Everyone how you WanNa be treated. Treated to me. That's a powerful statement and they're gonNA. Have to show me for me to believe that. Come this fall. Is this stuff is so personal I? Thank you so much for being willing to share it here with us. Thank you guys. It's really as beautifully said, and we'll continue to cover this and to talk about it, and until and as far as it takes, and as long as it takes us in the meantime we have. Have More to do here this morning. We'll turn to some other matters. It was a bold move that worked fifteen years ago when the packers took Aaron Rodgers to replace Brett Farve rule the resulting the same this time around. We'll talk about it, and then after breeze, controversial comments apology, the saints called it another legend for advice. You'll hear what shack said. That team needs to avoid going forward as we do. Get up this morning on ESPN. GEICO. Has the insurance industry leading APP that lets you manage your policy anytime anywhere, which means that Geico is always there for you. If only everyone was always there for you like animal control when you're cornered in your garage by angry, possum. Megan. Said, you would be here about an hour ago and I think the positive is starting to get angry. Listen I thought if I felt it would go away, but now it is ripping holes in the drywall, and making some Sorta Nest, just coming back Geico always there for you with savings, the industry leading mobile APP. Is your money, not sure what to do with itself right now at ally, they'll help it save for the future with their smart savings tools. Bucket your money for the things that matter most analyze you're spending and save automatically all on top of a competitive rate for all things money. You deserve an ally. Visit A. L. L. Y. dot com slash savings for more INFO ally. Do it right ally bank member FDIC. Back on, get up, and it has been of course a busy off season for the packers, no longer with the team is offensive. Tackle Brian Lago signed with the chargers. knackers also lost Jimmy Graham signed with Chicago then thirty six wide receivers were taken in the draft tied for the most ever and the packers one of nine teams that did not take one, which was of course notable. Since everyone thought they needed one, they did however trade up to take a quarterback as you by now certainly know Jordan, love, number twenty six overall, and this is very famously not the first time. They drafted a quarterback before their veteran was ready to hang them up. With the twenty fourth selection in the two thousand five NFL draft green bay packers select Aaron Rodgers, quarterback in California. On the fifteenth anniversary of the selection of Aaron Rodgers, his team turned back time doing unto him exactly as it had done unto the legend, he was drafted to replace with the Twenty Six pick and the twenty twenty NFL draft. The Green. Bay Packers Select Jordan love quarterback. Utah State. Did it make sense well consider this Rogers is one year older at thirty, six and Brett Farve was at the time, and while Rogers had some flashing numbers a year ago Twenty Six touchdowns, four picks, a closer look reveals real questions. He's been inconsistent. He can't carry the team I. Rogers had ten games with the QBR. Fifty last year, only Mitchell trubisky had more for the season Rogers had a Qbr of fifty point four, that was the lowest of his career, and now the writing is on the. The Wall the beginning of the end through Aaron. Rogers and his time in Green Bay than metal. You bring in not going to beat me out anytime soon. This is the third straight year that a team with a super bowl. Winning quarterback drafted another in the first round, both Joe FLACCO and Eli Manning lost their starting jobs during that first year, and both were gone from their teams after the season. Does that same fate await the future first ballot hall of Famer. No one knows which makes this the most compelling question of the entire NFL sees. And all year we'll be turning for answers to our buddy robbed a mosquee who covers the packers, forest and Robbie of a piece on ESPN. Dot Com right now where you describe Matt Leflore recognizing that his offense lacked punch. What sorts of things are they looking to approve upon this season? Yeah Greenie, he said recently that they need to be more explosive. Well, how do they do that? They didn't add as you know. And he receivers in the draft or free agency, so he said it's incumbent upon himself as the play caller. And listen to the numbers that our research department got us, they were ninth in offense of efficiency, not bad right, but they were only twentieth in explosive plays trying to get plays down the field of ten yards or more on the run and twenty or more. The past and it's not for a lack of trying. Aaron Rodgers had the third highest percentage of throws down the field, twenty yards or more, they just didn't hit on many of them and the floor said it's incumbent on him. Is the play caller to quote? Take more chances super-quick here. Is there anything you've seen specifically? And then any of these relationships so far love and Rogers, and Leflore will we watching them together anything you've seen? Well. Obviously we haven't seen him in person. Because of the virtual program has told us recently that he leflore and offensive coordinator. The FANEUIL Hackett have regular conversations about the offense in about implementing things that they want to do. Remember with this Jordan love pick. That's a Brian. Good accused the general manager. Pick Matt Leflore Aaron Rodgers, and he needs them to win now and Rogers said he really likes the conversations that they've had about where the offense can progress from year one to year to drop them off the pieces up on ESPN DOT COM. Right now, my man, thank you very much. Let me get cliff and Jeff back in here for some thoughts on this cliff. We've not had a chance to talk to you soon the draft. What did you think when the packers took Jordan lot? You know it's interesting. Pick hours more so under the same impression as far as though they're just planning for the future because I don't see this being a situation where Amerada doesn't start this season and I honestly thick with the pressure of having a first round draft. Pick in going through that process. He understands how well he needs to play right and I think the other side of it is coaches want their guys. You goes to Rice. Coaches want guys in sometimes dealing with veteran players in in their their habits in the kind of gets stuck in their own ways. Coaches change that stuff so. So I think bringing in a younger player. One is the ignite your rogers into. Get Him to play at that elite level, and also prepare for the future I. Mean every single I was in the league. They drafted somebody at my position. It doesn't do nothing, but motivates you. If you're really up on this hour's not definitely out there and Jeff I know it's not apples to apples. The situations are different, but you were there in India when Peyton got hurt, and they wind up drafting Andrew Luck. If they decided to keep Peyton around for Year luck was there. How do you think that would have done? It goes good. Listen I. It's I don't think you have two quarterbacks got no quarterbacks. I mean obviously this. This football team was thirteen and three last year with Aaron Rodgers. You have expectations that you have a chance to actually push and win the Super Bowl next thing you know. They draft a quarterback in the first round I don't understand. It would have been no different if Peyton comes. Comes back and he they issue for him was held to the colts were nervous about his health, but he and Andrew on the same team and not help the team win at that moment, but to have another quarterback drafted. I don't think you're helping your team. I think ultimately you may have the quote franchise idea of moving forward, but if you're talking about winning now you're talking about. Giving your team best chance to win right now. It's to have helped him with wide receiver. Help you saw stats that rob gate you hard of that is because you can't get a receiver to win. When you only have one being atoms and no one else to take pressure off, it's difficult. Listen this successfully throat anyway, especially when everybody's expecting it with Aaron Rodgers. It's hard pill to swallow for me to draft a quarterback in the first round. I will see how it plays out cliff. We so appreciate your getting up so early and doing this and it's great to see you again. We wanted to give you a small gift here, so we're gonNA show to plays and I would love you to take us through. What happens on these plays here? Here's the first one. Fogel baby touchdown. Let's go, let's go. Try wrecked up. That's what every body wants. Everything was aligned. Be The sack fumble able to pick up the phone. We'll and take into the house, now sports get. Want to a little. Baby. Lines into the playoffs. This was the plate. I got the lines into the playoffs after about a thirty year drought or some sort I still want that ball back by the way whoever has. They have two touchdowns in the same season for cliff April that I went off of Tim Tebow and that second one that put the lions and the playoffs. Guys, thank you both very much cliff. Great to see you again and we'll do it again sometime soon, Jeffrey the best. Thank you very much. We'll continue as we go. Shack knows a thing or two about navigating a tricky locker room. He told the saints that last week. What did he advise them to do? You'll find out. GEICO has the insurance industry leading APP that lets you manage your policy anytime anywhere, which means that Geico is always there for you. If only everyone was always there for you like animal control when you're cornered in your garage, angry, possum me again. You guys said you would be here about origo and I think the positives starting to get angry. Listen I thought if I fed it would go away, but now it is ripping holes in the drywall, and making some of nest just coming back. Go always there for you with savings and the industry leading mobile APP. Back on get up and we get up and go. Major League Baseball made a new proposal to the MLB yesterday the calls for seventy six game season with players getting seventy five percent of their prorated salaries. If a full postseason has played, the plan does call from less guaranteed money for the players over the seventy six game regular season. NBA The spurs will be without the services of lamarcus Aldridge. Aldridge when the League resumes Orlando, the team announcing that the seven time all star underwent surgery on his right shoulder in April, he will miss the rest of the season. Shefty is reporting pro bowl running back. Dalvand Cook will hold out from all vikings team activities. Pardon me until he receives what he determines is a reasonable extension is one year at one point. Three million dollars left on his contract. And then there's this NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal. Urge New Orleans saints players to stay unified when he called into that teams virtual meeting, last Thursday in the wake drew. BREES is national anthem. Comments ESPN confirmed the checks at this during the meeting. They're going to try to divide you just like. They divided us with the Lakers, me and Kobe, we had a great thing going, but the media divided our team. We could have won five more championships. Stay strong. Don't let the media divide you. You don't let social media divide you fascinating words such an interesting person. Let's talk about it here. Jalen is with us for the first time this morning. Hello, Jay, plus Jay Williams and booger but Jalen I'll come to you I th-. This is going to be a time in all sports where it was so many players who've not been together are going to at some point soon. Start coming back together again for example in the NBA they will reasonably soon and there will be. A time to talk through all the things that have happened in our country over the last few weeks drew. Brees of course is just the most famous example of that. What will those be like in those locker rooms? Not everyone necessarily views things the same way. I'm glad you asked me this question. Greeting, because I've been voiced of come on this show repeatedly. And said to people that I don't like the analogy of comparing race relations to sports locker room. And then drew. brees makes these comments and the reason why I don't like that comparison is when you're on a team. You have a vested interest in the guy next to you for your bottom line to take care of your family and the score of the game, versus when you leave that locker room, and you become an actual living breathing human being if drew brees is playing at an all pro future hall of fame type level like. Like he has been in the past. His teammates are GonNa love him a lot more if he starts to throw interceptions and he sees mentally challenged by this disruption, the people are GonNa be light. Put in James. Put in tasting. He'll, but they're not going to forget what he said, but it is okay to forgive his apology. What do you think? Burger as far as the notion of a locker room, being divided by issues like these. Well I think. The locker room can become divided green especially if you don't have conversation I think when you look at this drew brees, incident and everything that's happened He's taken the first step. He's talking to his teammates. They've had a meeting in nave kind of air. Thirty laundry so to speak after we saw it all publicly now has to happen. Is You have to come back with actual works I need to see you do things day after day after day in Jalen I I think what you mentioned it mentioning his motivation, the motivation because you have a vested interest to get along to come together but I I think guys. This is a bigger picture I think. The motivation as we discussed all morning on this program is just doing. What's right is just being able to do the right thing and drew. BREES has to change. Change something inside of him, and he acknowledged and I think he'll do that I. don't know if you'll. necessarily. His play will dictate because Rosa. First Ballot Hall of Famer. I don't think anything that he does on the field. This season is going to change that and so I think what has to change is the day to day life with day to day activity day to day interaction that they haven't locker room that has to change, and if so, the locker room has always been a great place for that because of the motivation of winning and coming together. To win inside the lock J. Will. We know that they were going to be players. Who are GONNA come together here. People in every walk of life and is US players, because that's what we talk about who don't will view this the same way, and this is an issue that is so intensely personal for people. Do you anticipate that that might cause problems? I do on the surface level to a degree. I think this is going to be an ongoing work in progress for this team I. I do think in all I do want to shift the narrative for one second granted because I think what we saw here was something extremely powerful, and we need to give credence to this to talk about how we move forward. People make mistakes in life. People Miss Speak Their Times that people have had in a ways of thinking that they've had been pushed to different thresholds who think differently and I. Want to start pushing this narrative now. About drew brees that we're watching. Watching a person evolve, and that's okay. That's what we also thrived to do. We also thrived to be a better version of ourselves, and we watched it happened in real time for drew brees and I think as long as he continues to make those steps to show that he has evolved as a person. His past history has dictated that to me. I don't characterize his entire life off this one incident. I think it was a growth opportunity for him and this team. They can use it to come together because they all the true character of drew brees the nothing. Nothing that's a great lesson for our country to take for a lot of people that may have thought one way that maybe have been pushed a different limits now to think another way and what I'm saying to a lot of people that are in this fight. We need as many people as we can get to continue to expand their their bandwidth of how they see the world, and this is something that has happened in real time that gave us lesson than thank you drew brees for bringing us and keeping US aware of how we can evolve as people that's. That's really well, so Jay will stay with me to come back to you in a couple of minutes here and do some more basketball on our program, but there's another issue. I wanted to talk about with the group this morning, and it takes us to Clemson nearly a week after clemson assistant football coach, Danny Peterman apologized for using a racial slur during practice in two thousand seventeen head coach Dabo Sweeney made his first public comments on the incident yesterday. Pyramid never faced any discipline for using the slur but Sweeney said he believes he handled things the right way. Would fire coach immediately if Player in. Ho Questions as That did not happen. Absolutely did not. That has not happened. Perriman was correct EJ. Right thing. The other player was talking to you to hire and DJ. Kind of you know. said, something he probably shouldn't said, and he said I block along F an inward. gross behrman. Audio say to him he's mad. We actively basically incorrect in how repeated. The phrase and he said we'd all say the wrong F, an inward and he repeated. And he shouldn't have done it. There's no huge for even say it doesn't matter what the context is, but there is a big difference. He did not call someone an inward and so again. I didn't know anything about it. These happens lobbies home. Plumer but when things happen. We do sometimes it's private. Sometimes, it's public. This particular case. The player came to me in private and we had on private. There was anything slip on the road. It wasn't some dirty secret we had. Hill! Part of a thirteen minute video. We tried to show you as much as we could make sure. It was representative of everything that he wanted to say and Paul Finebaum joins the conversation with Zero Paula I'll give you the first reaction. What did you think of the way data handled that yesterday? You know it's interesting ingredient. When I heard it last night I reacted viscerally, I was upset and asked the question. Why did it take so long and I started? Thinking overnight started trying to do what I've been telling other people to. Listen instead of react and overnight. I changed my mind because in the end dabbled Sweeney address it whether it was a week after the fact who cares I mean we've been talking about. Being too late on so things for so long time doesn't matter he did. Not believe him. I know, Dany, pyramid I don't believe he's a bad person I. Know Davos Weenie is a very good person I've been around him since he lives in high school and college and I think. In the end he put us to bed. Maybe not exactly like I would prefer, but who cares what I prefer. He was there I wasn't and in the end I think he's put a bow on it i. think he's ended the conversation and I. Give them credit for that booger. You cover the sport a lot. You obviously know a lot of the people involved. What was your reaction to how we handle it yesterday? I appreciate it dabble coming out and making a statement and addressing it head on. I've known dabble a long time. Dabble to the Saudi earth, but as it comes to a man I I mean Davos very faithful man I think context matters in any situation in any form in life, and I think the context in which he said. makes a lot of sentiment with that. That being said I think what we have. Here is a perception standpoint. The perception of a coach, using the word toward clear just doesn't sit right especially now with the only thing that's going on society, and so for me. I think did the best he could not, couldn't. He have five human? I think if if the were directed directly at a the player he would. Would have caught him it. I dabble me knowing what I know about that both swing dabble with a fire pyramid, but I think based on the context based on who dabble is I'm more apt to believe it. I'm more apt to understand. Why did it, but it still doesn't make it right especially with the history. I'm a firm Believer Greenie, if you look at if. If. You want to understand why people become so emotional about something in the present, then followed the trail of how we got there understand that pass and the foundation and I think if you do that, you understand why. This is such a very emotionally sensitive topic. I'm being told the we'll really wants to get in. I will get you in J. I promise but Jalen. You reacted very strongly to this initially and I saw some of you post on on on twitter and here as well. So what was your reaction to Debo yesterday? I think to give genuine response about an action that is committed by somebody whether they're a member of our family or friends or somebody that we've encountered in this business is not necessarily to talk about whether they're good or bad person. Hopefully, we all intend to be that that should come with just being a living breathing human being an adult, so we're not gonNA give people credit for. Being a good person we wanna just talk about multiple situations for me that have shown me. The dabbles become a habitual on stepper. I. Remember because I was keeping score. He was wanted of the collegiate coaches to came out and was really outspoken. During the Colin Kaepernick niece scenario, and made sure he said publicly the any of his players that did that. They will be punished. He would not allow it. I just saw him recently. Online would shirt. The football matters if that is at tone. Deaf I don't know what it is I'm sitting here. Trying to think of any word, he could have put in front of matters right now. That would not have been tone deaf, and I still can't come up with one so I'm not going to react to I'm not going to overreact to an assistant coach, not saying the word to a player but dabble. An Pau. Here's what I want to show you gas. He's still ain't allowed to repeating. That's the disconnect and Paul. It does matter whether it was a day a week a month or year. That's the disconnect. These are these gotTa be head all in dealt with and when they don't. The pain lingers I'm looking at my phone I'm seeing more people. Tacoma Washington just kill descend. I can't breathe more incidents about the police. Okay, that are happening right now during this divvy timing and tone definitely does matter when you're in a position of authority, and you happen to be a white coach, you see all of these players across the country kids from Iowa talking about different things behind the scenes that they allowed their basically dare Boston employer do them, but they were muzzled because they were on scholarship, and they didn't want to mess up their opportunity to play football Paul give a quick response to the coming to you. Go ahead. Paul I hear you. Loud and clear. I just think that he was trying to protect. Dany Pyramid and let's not forget Danny was his coach in college and I think that's where I began to formulate my thoughts. I said at the beginning I'm completely. Baffled by by the whole situation. It shouldn't have taken this long, but it did but it, but in the end. I hope. The Davos weedy well alter his rather. Narrow views of all of this I. Really do Jay. Williams gave me a final thought. Yet to two quick things number one. I agree with Jalen actually WANNA. Hear confirmation from the individual player kind of giving me context, and how he heard it I think number one I think that'd be very important and number two. You know these are all completely different conversations I want to address something very quickly that I think it's a very valid point here, and this is a systematic issue within the black community. I Never WanNa give somebody subconsciously the permission to say that Word Evergreen ever and I think it's something that her been on this network and I've been a lot of other networks I've heard people say well something for me to say with my friends, but that means you. You can't say it is. This is not a word that I say I understand with this word has been for our heritage and the word that's being used, so it's something also again. I'm not saying. The kid was at fault here, but I think if we're having heightened moments of awareness within our society I think this is a great understanding and opportunity for me as a black man. Other black people to take this, say no. Maybe we should think about what that word means and we sat around other people. Does that give them permission to say that or does that put that in a situation to say that when it's a systematic issue that? I'm getting flustered by mid thinking about it. It's just a word that nobody should use period Greenie. Nobody understand I understand the way you feel. And I certainly understand and appreciate the passion. Everybody has on this subject I will leave it there. We'll take a very short break. We'll come back. We'll do some other things we've talked about some basketball as we go. The rockets getting set to go into the playoffs. We're continuing evolving. You're watching. Get up on ESPN. It could be a routine drive to pick up the kids after school or an epic road trip across the country. No matter where your travels take you. We know those miles counts. We're marathon. We have over five thousand seven hundred stations across our great nation are working hard every day to provide you with quality, top tier gasoline to improve engine performance and fuel your life. Marathon fueling the American spirit. We are back on. Get up and just came across this tweet from our Tim. bontemps covers the NBA force extraordinarily well tweeted. Hawks Damn Manager Trevor. schlink said on a conference calls reporters this morning that the NBA has indicated to the league's GM's but next year schedule could be condensed in order to try to keep the League as close to its usual timeline as possible bear in mind, this season could go all the way into the middle of October and he went onto tweet that this could potentially mean the. The possibility of of back to backs as well and what he said he that that could mean more back to backs and sets a four games in five nights teams next season things. The NBA has actively tried to move away from in recent years. So who do we have ready, Okay Jalen and j? We'll back with US here Joan. What are your thoughts on that on the idea that they will try in compress next season, so they can get all the games in a shorter period of time. I don't like the idea at all and get ready for two words. Low Management at that takes place, and you know I'm not a fan of that in any way, shape or form. Here's the thing if you. The NBA ingredient been talking about this is the beginning of the time I always wanted to lead the reset its calendar anyway I know it's not best for the players because you get a chance to spend time with your family during. The summer especially when your kids aren't in school, I notice the unique time, but just imagine now all of a sudden. Those kids are not in school. They could go to basketball games at night and become NBA fans. What a noble thought and also you don't have to compete with the NFL earlier in the year I'll say start around November fifteenth no later in December I be ramping up by Christmas Day. Have your big time debut. Then you're often running words like condensed back to backs, four and five nights. Those are the last words NBA, teams and players WanNa hear. How will they react Jay? They won't like it. and I think this is only going to compound the issue. A roses one thousand percent right? You're GONNA see a Lotta guys now think about what's in their best long-term interest. Guys want to remain healthy when they get to the playoffs and I'll tell you this grenade. The last two summers have been pretty impactful for me from a basketball perspective last year with free agency this year with the playoffs star, if you. You are league. You know I understand that you don't want to shorten amount of games. 'cause you can lose out on a ton of revenue but I. don't WanNa hear condense schedule like let's keep things on a natural progression in if we have a third season that happens in during summertime again then baseball is the one one sport that you can go against. You don't have to go against football. You don't have to go against other sports. Own Summertime basketball. Jay Rose is going to say to me because we've been. Talking about this guys who WanNa play it in the summer, but the amount of eyeballs that you'll be able to capture with summertime basketball might become the new norm. Does that seem to make sense Jalen. Did you see a world in which we all of a sudden just shift this calendar I know you've been campaigning for it for a long time. Do you think it's a real possibility? Absolutely would do basketball players hoop in shorts and a tank, top summer game, Greeny, and if you could get more basketball at that time of the year. As opposed to ending in June imagine if you didn't end until. August thirtieth that gives you a different level of of audience a here something that I'm GonNa. Ask the NBA to do I'm glad I just thought about this. Not only when you talk about relaunching your season this year, but I'm also saying this for some basketball, this decrease in visibility of the NBA But us opportunity to increase the visibility of the WNBA whether they're doubleheaders on the same day whether they get an opportunity to go to Orlando in quarantine as well to me. This should be a buddy system. System for the NBA and the wnba between the quarantine resume plan, basketball versus summer basketball, and have those more aligned versus acting like they're in a unit universal Lou. I'm going to cut the conversation off there. Because there's one very important thing we want to do. Before we finished the day, we could not let Jalen leave without mentioning why. This was a huge weekend for you. J. Jalen Rose Leadership Academy the Class of Twenty Twenty got their high school diplomas this weekend. This was Jaylen. Message to the graduates. Founder of La wanted to show my gratitude by saying congratulations to the graduating class of twenty twenty, especially in this unique climate that we're dealing with in our world and the civil unrest in the wake of the unfortunate death that took place at the hands of Police of George ploy make sure when you get the opportunity. You're voting for prosecutors, senators governors mayors indefinitely voting for president, people and circumstances will come into your life for four reasons. To and subtract multiply or divide I. Know You would choose wisely. Congratulations. That's always been my favorite Jaber or sale. Say. You're the best Jay rose look. The acknowledgement and recognition congratulations to our staff are scholars, so many people that are jr L. A. on a daily basis making these young people, goals and dreams come true, not only f fourteen years of age, but at twenty two years of age with a nine hundred sixteen model. Thanks very much. We're out of time here that I starting in a moment guys. We love you. Thank you both so much, and we'll check in again. Obviously tomorrow coming up I, take as I mentioned more on the conversation, surrounding Debo Sweeney and his thoughts yesterday. You'll hear all of that as I begin in five minutes here on ESPN. And we finished by wishing a happy birthday to our buddy. Dick how eighty one years young today happy birthday dickey I'll on.

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One die began go Brian to get across and I've come through. It's like a hop style. At. No because he's looking for that food, my putting the food or maybe this. Across the road. Yeah. I'm gonna go and chicken pox on trae. Now, I've got off Rawda its food because Melvin Zietman going to be exercising more because dad's choice Miramar the feather duster trying to get me exercising. His Lewis say that I wasn't going to be exercising. Proven wrong in that trip with the pedometer. That's right. Yeah. Maganga YoM touch the gum and on the. Driven high brightens pulled up on the side of the right because he seating under a car on the side of the right? Melvin come on pussycat. And so say I'd see Melvin under the county. So I got come on come. And then he's run away from me and run up the song of the road. So going up under now, the cast of gone her climbing under these car of these new units that have been built across the road from me. So I'm climbing onto these car trying to get this black cat, then the black and white cat runs over run to the front door. And then I get a better look. Come on. That's. It's another black Mark. So I'm trying to wring out the so this is like areas, Christina the kids innovates, I'm trying to ring up on a mobile trying to say is Melvin she didn't answer. So I've gone. So so run down to the house and a look there and there in the front doors is Melvyn sitting there was gone or daddy. You been calling. What what's daddy doing unto cows? So so the cat was. The cat was a little bit scared me walking in with these different ACA. My cat on his moment. What this? You have touch two of them together. See whether or not spice, Tom continuing to guys if it's like some sort of spice time travel cat, this lauding ause turns out of the people cross the road black and white as well. Chasing, the wrong cat classy. Loops. Yeah. That's a good one of the knives. So he cruelly under the cows. Do that alone before because it was one that we had I heard a to one of people criss cross the ride that don't go that good. He by and it got under the across under a calf and being the bang. The local straight vague. They had to get made to try and get it out from under the under the costs are. So it's not the first time I've gone scarring for animals under a cow. So it's to reasonably known thing on my straighten, but not walking with someone else's cat. So it has some sort of weed. We'd initiation thing that you get your cat stolen by the local was probably the first on me done that when you're on on men at feet just off you can bet from in game was I think that was the reason why why the cat was a scary thought. Well, hang on who's gone in Kohl's place was is the blue bleeding heart. That was scaring away was. That's right. The the little wanting. Well, it couldn't see that goes on my chest trying to climb onto the cow. That's gonna look up. Troy and the relevance Koelsch on listing the night Foy, MRs Maval, miss mommy's. Well, guys might miss actually berry net even kept in model. It's not MS Malone. The in game they bid for marriage. It's it's kept in marvel. It's not MS marvel was miss marvel in the in the COMEX captain model. Interesting tag hurt. Her. Did you watch the after the credits because the end of the in game after the games ended is a little marriage ceremony. Always. Miss that. Back and watch it again, one thing I did want to talk to you. Now that you bought it into evidence. In captain marvel. She's got a cat gingy cat code goose. Yeah. Nine after I recognized after goose from top top gun yet. Spoiler alert. He's not actually a cat. He's a flick. Raw? Right. So so so we might look like cat, but all the scrawls that are the shape shifting alien guys. You'll see these and go darn point that the to flick and Samuel Jackson's Nick fury. What the hell's Affleck? But then it's one stage the cats math are up, and then all these tentacles come at. And then grab all these guys. And then and then ate them. All right. So that's so welcome to tote model. Yeah. The great the greatest Lukens greatest gingy catty in cinematic history. I'm sure if if Donna's listening, she might be thinking that little ginger cat Bluey could be a fluke in disguise as well. Chauffeur now links on Instagram with all the trouble at her little red cat blue gets onto it could be because he's a flick and donate you never Gye the guy. So. Lukens? Yes, zoo Kane. Even if you go to cat that's a little bit a little bit of an alien and has a Damon. And so on it that locks tentacles come out and grab tesseract Zain and other eilly creatures eight them, maybe some zucchini and could help it. Relax. Hope me took more BAAs with woods bring up on nowadays. What you told me here? I am just dropping a few hints vet nines, and some costumes and stuff, and you just just just a big big marvel yard just. Down on the dais there. They big. Thanks zilkha. Okay. Thank porter the fluid can s-. Thank you as well. Yes. And also promo one hundred single protein for dogs and cat and flick rose. Thank you very much support. And also patriot supporters the get onto patriot on two bucks a month ago quarter of extra content on there now. Yes, you can check out. Full Bailey anything. That's right. Well worth your two dollars of getting in there and listening and you get yourself. Stick is one not sign up and supporting us to get lots on the batteries in the in the zoom zoom record. We've got Cape Roby's Catholic Pichu allies things. Yeah, absolutely already. And now cats full of zoo Kane and hundred as love it and their own cat in the straight straight. That's right. Knock on the door is I might be trying to catch some of these. On India, kata, try and get it. Who's that flourished? Audie. I've got an article from the isci this week. Interesting little article. The Olympic mine not China spots, but new research shows that horses could benefit from adding straw, horses could horses with straps zebras. My. Stove. It is long believed boss on us. The body flaws were an evolutionary Drava physician bre drops. Oh, really not that long been believed bus on us. We saw us. We are long in the toys yet. But we're net on deny that is it because bonding flies could never ate things with barcodes on them. Are they just couldn't Ray Baca IB? So it was a Q is ever be IKEA. It'd be fine. Yeah. That's what those ones Darwinian wise evolutionary was dean of debt because because all the bonding flaws would would drawn was sucked into wards it. Yeah. Because it cure dawn of DNA favor or something. Yes. Yeah. Flick fever flick favor. Yellow a recent study published in plus one put these theory test by examining the behavior of holes flaws around zebras and uniformly Kella domestic horses on a farm in the guy ROY uniformly Kellet Hetty Keller holes uniform, cocky, all brand whole round hole by by by say night by and they ate high. Maybe by what the epilogue obviously, didn't use Napa LUSA NAR uniformly colored. I not now. But only limited Cal wouldn't have had a pink course with the unicorn they could've could've pint one I mentioned that nine to that look in that. Yeah. Well, colors coz, the researchers found that allow the zipper stops did not deter the flaws from circling around the animal broad. They disarming tight the insects making difficult them to decelerating and land all well on coming missing landing gear. Yeah. Couldn't decelerate. Yeah. These usually flaws landed on the zebras and average of one quarter of the right? I landed on the horses ROY research aside, the fawning suggests that zipper strapped coats may be simple. Why to protect domestic horses from bonding flaws. Put a coat on the zipper, stop black and white. So then you just go to. Yeah. Well land put the cart on in the flaws probably get through anyway. Yes. That's that was really thin cars. I really think are. Yeah. Yeah. A soup. Maybe pint them pint them. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Probably count bought through the pint data so just find the holes, but then it's going to be uniform Cala yet, but his count bought can lend but account Baugh because not penetrate the paint or maybe about what if it was going to a pipe penetrating skips. Skips. What is the time was cracked all roscoe's could get through the cracks, then it'd be because in the crack is gonna make it look zippers. It's gonna miss what they land. That's right. Yeah. If it was a what pint was black, but. Cal sheep strike at the animal. That's in the next thing. I wonder whether or not life on the same thing with with black and white cows compared to uniformly colored cow as they that he's some further research. Maybe they could just grace the horse is up to like they could just put some stuff on there. And so they they sleep off. Oil the whole oil the horse out sort of grace. We told you. Maybe that's another. Another study gracie's bitch Grace's bist flaws. All do you guys something cow to by slacking? I like a Kyi Kanda Kanda job or something of a more sort of olive oil lubricant. You're you're the one who sent Lubar and different different. No. Something else divan. Lubricant? Cooking oil cooking oil choice to something else. The ally foil. Yeah, you know, you're a canola or fishing cheaper womb? Or maybe maybe an engine oil United the horse away from the flyby onto rod them. Then you get kind of greased up with off speaking that would be willing out for you. You bay back horseriding I'm in order. Which all we use? Well, gee whiz. Use a lubricant. Zoltin doctors ultimate. Yes. Will goodness. I think he's got on E special gone oil because gee whiz. Wil picks went and you can't get that sorta Sean and less. There's a lot that's often the distances well side so done docked Zoltan, if you listening I wear on the oil yourself up, and they make sure you've got the noise Laming lot there as well something which oil using. So that Robie can also use it when he does he's Bakos Roy Jones going. I'm might many wasn't on the on the back. He was two hundred. Seeks. Done. I'm done already. What else? So the kids will watching a documentary the other day that would talking about Milas like they saw one that they had on the ABC and Christina off which is walking past. And I just wanted to. There was something without talking about something that the mile millipedes due to the female millipedes are thought was caught. I'm quite interesting, Sarah where millipedes either poisonous ones, they syndicates all might maybe maybe you can get, you know, this Jimmy, well, there's an endemic one in the glamorous that we soul about as long as you around that one is that is that is a really poised. So so one of those did you so so feel little ones my little finger. Yes. Or say one be one the I was like crowding to a look it was under rock. So silly may sort of tried to lift the rocket by rucked are sore. I am those a yeah guy. Yeah. One of these sort of bay grills Kanda cats that go out and try to you know, Pikal the all the dangerous animal, and and yes or him doing one of these things would have been in South America's like, oh, yeah. Crock yard say scary looking orange leagues. And. I'm so on the documentary, and I had this little animated graphic of the mile millipedes jump onto the back of the female millipedes and give them a little message with a little eggs and Christina annoys today. Children going generally when mile creatures starting to try and give back massages creatures usually it's more than just a relaxing, Messa incentivisation generally at the end. And so it did a little Google search of Myo millipedes giving back massage to females and the the the interesting come up. My all the first one people also asked do full body massage include private Potts. Was the most popular is the drop, Dan. What percentage of massage therapists Myo and Eddie give a man a back massage. But then then go straight onto millipedes from bloom pissed control Myo militates nine to date females by giving them a relaxing Beck's back message with its many legs. So yeah. The documentary talking about my millipedes, giving the female millipedes a NAS relaxing back message. Yeah. It's not a back massage with that. Collateral as dam pike for trying to make many millipedes you'd imagine. They didn't go into that. In the kids Dakar. Not in the keys went onto that gallon. It's not a mess trying to work at why Christina, and I were laughing the way that we were doing smokey back ride. That's right. Yeah. Yes. So they kids are Vivier fawning your mommy milita getting a massage from a daddy millipedes. It's because they might be more than just relaxation leagues. Lots of. Let's go to do something with all. Making socks good use. Them all go from my dad's into me, actually, the why excellent little short little article from the eye and says cats are able to distinguish the own nines from other similar sanding woods, even when said boss strangers really to new research. Rod, okay. Some more explained when you call by you know, if you call it Bacha does Pokka come orders rising. What not bogging good question? Have you tried it when you're on a straight chasing that cutting? You're on chasing different heavy. He's obviously you wasn't it's nine. That's right. This is true. Or it was just we had to go. I chase after with a Moscow under a cow. Yeah. Hit a Moscow. The cat. Did. Absolutely. There's a fluke and mosque was it. A and that's what made you think. It was Melvin wearing. Wearing a Melvin mom was a Blackmore cat wearing a black and white mosque. And I know that that's one of the things that Melvin to. Moscow. We'd cash he's a coup. Research in Japan studied, seventy I'd cats and fan most could recognize their own nine. From other words that had the same length and stress ROY many ketone is no they understand. There are nine. Yes. They do said at sucres Saito from Sofia university. However, there's no scientific evidence about that ability and people you have no experience keeping cats. Do not know about the cats high cognitive ability, ROY I underestimate as they do. So that you might say cat skin recognize there are nine that's interesting, which we call knee because when I call if she comes. She comes running comes and seats. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Forbi- cheese. It's not just the the fact that she knows the sandy voice. I reckon. Now because win all say when I call out small eve, not nurse nurse believe small. She just come to the door. The black cat from cross comes running. He call me. Oh now, she's come to the door. He. That that's that way. Yeah. Another myth busted. My heart cognitive ability cat, don't Mark that. Now, there was a little while you're why there was a little bit of a a bit of a flurry on. Things about Yaar in this potentially a hot button topics thought we'd bring it. There's nothing better than the hot and tall truck. Trying to bring a little bit of your interest interest to the podcast at bat. People anti vacs is not wanting to get the dogs vaccinated to fear of causing Altium in the dogs on sorry, as we know there's been a well publicized. But now well debut. A link between autism in in people, and the ima vaccine is in the Lancet originally wasn't originally twenty easy entirely pood- out, and and the goes sect and the land. Totally disproved. Yes now. And this is the first I'd heard there's a ways Tom that where people who get a little bit worried about giving my animal vaccinations. Always look it's the single most Seifert and effective y of trotted eliminate preventable. Diseases are more sorry than any -biotics or anything like that. Vaccine is the thing that vaccinations are the thing that stops these diseases dating they track, but never heard of the of a groundswell of people talking about it causing autism in dogs. So I did a little bit of of flipping back through. And I mean, there's a lot of great articles on the use of dogs to help autism able really's hope, but the thing is far is autism being caused by vaccines in dogs are found. There was a thing where Beck in two thousand eighteen the British mcnary association head today Bunka link between. Dogs, and at a vaccinations and autism saying that. There's no. There's no link is not we don't have any suggestion that dogs have autism. Or at the at that. And I think there was then just the the flurry in the astray in meteor of all anti vaccination saying that dogs can get autism to look like tracing back to this article back from last year. So I think on auto Bain someone going. Hi, this is going to get some clicks. And get clicks it did because they in seven years in Adelaide did a story. And then, you know, the the herald sun did a story and all these sorts of things are little bit VAR. Okay. Yeah. Which peaking his exactly what the vaccine today? Trying to prevent sorry. I think that. Sighing that that the dog's getting old from vaccinations in absolute lard of crock. Blue. But I wanted to sort of put it to war ways, the sort of current thing is far do dogs gay autism as they because are those few things of where I was rating that they might be doing studies into Toronto do dogs. Get audited. What's the sort of your bent on the the deal thing on easy's, probably the dog Nice's absolute Modi's himself? I'm not, you know in any why an expert on autism in in humans or anything that dog nosing humor as a lot of really stringent region. Processes to Gartrell in order to try dog knows it in a human. And it's three different people that need to assess a human speech pathologist, a psychiatrist and a doctor. So between those three then they come to consensus of the tests that they run to then go does these person feet into the spirits of old thing on the you know, the humans. They respect your mom. And if if we just go just paired old back Assad from the three sort of specialists that need to get involved and just go head to look at what the Maya clinic con of said the two criterion. No, there's a spectrum oven doesn't really fee that. Well, but but it just helps just for Troy not answer that question dogs. And I guess the cartoon I sort of put Danny's one easy m- payment in social communication and social interaction. So it's a pretty broad topic. They give a lot of examples of that. But I want go into that. Yeah. Look at yet, social interaction and communication issue. And in the second one nice i-it's restricted repetitive. Patterns of behavior interests or activities. And then I give holy. So if we say, you know, just very very by seek liberal, you know, is a social communication issue or interaction issue. And maybe they some repetitive behaviors with it. There is no some some recent sort of study that very slot thought possibly, maybe. Yep. Certainly since nine and sixty six veterinarians have been talking about dogs with autism lark symptoms for a long time. We sold have been. Ebeling? Maybe maybe not not really sure recently, you know, in two thousand fifteen they was a study that looked at tau chasing behind in boot areas. So that number two that repetitive behavior zoo. Oh, yeah. And in boot Eris really common genetic link, and and the thought that maybe there's a linked to autism because it's that repetitive soda by him. So that so the looked at observations and analysis deny analysis of one hundred thirty two bull terriers fifty five of them Chechen, they tiles and seventy seven were not. So they found with the tau chasing that I was more prevalent miles, which think that's correct fool tease them months. Tanning. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're not we're not. Trying to kick the simplest possible. Yeah. The associated with translate behind yet. So that will focus on on the tile spinning and had it, basaltic aggression. So the head episodes of Gration as well to do the the towel chasing these findings coupled with repetitive Motoo behavior of the tau chasing by and a tendency for phobias lit us to conclude that tau chasing cooed represent a kind on phone voltage them what they found on that side. But it was in no definitive night. But also interesting there's another condition and audit. These cold Ajay can use code fragile x syndrome brought and and they wanted if these dogs could be linked to that. So for people with fragile syndrome, the prevalence of concurrent autism spectrum disorder has been estimated to be fifteen to sixty percent. So you know, sort of hot that's highlight. Really there's a link so people with fragile x syndrome have some characteristics 'Same characteristics that got a prominent full head along Feis high arch. Palate like a hod, Pellett and lodge ease. We Asieme m- to the Feis of Botero some aspects seem is a baby. Yeah. There was some thought that maybe, you know, the the loan Bhodan Feis of the boo terriers often with a high arched hod palette and protruding ease. My main that they he's BULLDOGS at pro boots. Gary's of prone to fragile exceed drive so aid skating technical NASA. It's. It's really hard side. Because a number of other dog is kind on condition such anxiety and pine yes can cause clinical Sohn's. And that's the problem. We have obviously there are a few exceptions may be locked the boot Terry's, but all we can cite the moment ease thy mart. Yes, get autism. And if you think your dog does have autism or has Sohn's of autism as probably best to get them chicked bar. You'll Vate yet to rule at all the possible causes this the the authority or the the opine or something else that the my because in clinical Sohn's and also there is a study that has been style and died on a T, but it's going to study code kind on KYW non keys in autism. Decoding of Sissy by these kinds and autism in children. And the study will look first at the coals of compulsive disorder calmly fanning three tops of purebred dogs, boot tears. Yep. Chow Tyson choice diamond pinches which have like a flank sucking. They sucked raw flank and may be. Law snapping, and then Jack Russell terriers which will I do. Doing that claim to try. Coach see tau seeing fos napping leaky partying. So. Yeah. Everything so they're gonna use some technology cotija gin and do some genome sequencing two genomes dogs in a hyper pinpointing as genes that might be responsible for those behaviors. So they're doing a bit of research on it. And it doesn't really answer question nine stoop. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. And I wonder if this is major speculating, but it's that thing of. I think you know, we spoke about these previously in one of our other episodes that we at behavior stuff in pits will looking forward a lot more now than what we used to. And so therefore the fact that way of finding these things that were probably always to a degree some of these anxiety issues with trying to find some y of trying to link that in wise it suddenly getting more and more and more now. And I guess people say that they vaccinating their animals, and they try to find some sort of a a causative link. But it sure as hell ain't there from vaccinating causing hive. You're not not not at different. It's interesting that the studies decide that twenty percent of dogs in the western world have have some sort of mental health disorders audio. Anxiety, which is similar in human stuff. But when when we went to when we first landed on my trip, and we landed in Peru, yet, I'm with two we lend in Koos Kearns fairly sort of food will vary from. From the valley through a lot of third world Aries dogs dogs rhyming around and has gone through as an and when styling in those areas, it's interesting you seal the dogs and the have no sauna Vang's Audie. It'll Paxton them hanging around together. And there's none of them. They don't skate of noise of the cows. Obviously, they they they not scare people. They noted capable war birth. If a if a human sort of gets angry at them. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. It must be real selective process that those dogs the things that is conserve all on the street onto might SICOM poss on their genetics swears it's the ones that that common to be able to deal with situations. Be able to find food in those situations. Then the ones that rival to probably exactly the one that you know, that gets aggressive around the food. The rubbish dumps rating around that gets Australia's and gets gets injured or doesn't get the food because they're always aggressive. And dense evolve. So really really interesting from vibes pick stuff, but that's a degration counts which off Kenya. Another venue. Yeah. Yeah. You try your best. And you just can't switch off as so true. Yeah. So that's interesting. So I saw the the thing there until it all delve into it because it's a bit like hot button one not want to create some controversy. Good stuff, or at declined on X old boss on the show is generally nitrous. Please consult you bit Narran before falling any boss via bit. Would you bitch revolve? The most up to date information victory medicine is continually advancing and training. Let us know if we've missed anything or if you need any clarification, what do you got or am I now, hopefully, we weren't run out of Thome this great article? You asked me a wall ago. Unisys us museums you ply, the to calm cats and dogs, and this is a study that just came out recently. Effects of music on behavior and physiological stress response of domestic cats in veterinary clinic. Well, that's well-timed. A was Sarah dip, a told you had some information general film medicine surgery from Amanda Hampton, it, Al. Dust, obviously, it's based on cats, but it gives a great summary on the music to help pits. Especially in stressful situations, so the use of music in human medicine has been come increasingly popular. Several studies indicate music can be used at jumped in many types of therapies. And I give a massive list of therapies from improving motoring Conaty function in stroke patients to review seeing fear names audience I shine things and with the examinations dog NAS procedures Poza trona mission tomography scans fabulous surgeries. One of those in the shed that a Gammon. Cancer treatment, coronary heart disease, mechanical ventilation of post traumatic stress or blah, blah. Blah music has fan apply. See modem medicine individuals. Studies suggest the need for anesthetics NO Jesus as well as recovery. Tom duration of hospitalization might be reduced when music therapies added to treatment protocols, all the might you gonna you don't deny you get your pen deke's out. Well, you pay and he might be having an anesthetic today. But I'll we'll be plying the frozen music Santrac for. Yeah. And you will not feel any pine. Let it go. Let it go. The opinions. What do you think might not sure it's the Monson proper follow be on al-tiq frozen. And pro. Thank you might be a movie impenetrable paracetamol acetaminophen. I'm so musique, however has been shown to be him reducing stress and eliciting Combi in other species such as dogs and Timorans tamarins. His hope a citrus fruit. Yeah. It helps the the CDC acid. Yes. This how list sale beat Timorans interesting dogs and Timorans thought that went to give anything together might with enough mixing brought dogs holding kennels vocalise lis- had a decrease of nervous shaking spent Moreton line, Dan, and e Ed a decrease heart rate and spirit. Right. China's while listening to classical music, oh, they you guys are not just boys not just putting on a little bit too ill classical music and then Bowman H L fan that these positive fix on behind. It may be limited to habituation of kennel dogs to the classical music by the sick and die of leasing to a classical Santrac. In two thousand seven he said that providing alternative genres mixed with the classical music pilots nisi combat hepatic increase the amount of Tom Perez stimulation, easily st- so sorry. Increasing of Tom. They get a hot right low resp- rucci, right and come behind. These are observed raw little bit of question music. And then you you put on your day sane between. No mixup boys boys who let the dogs out. Limited drain rain. Regret drowsy, crazy phone young cannibals, exactly. Coming behind these intemperance Timorans. Yes, which included decrease movement are anti and social by increase foraging behavior when nausea in response to Temmerman affiliation based music. Wow. Oh into Sportivo. Yes. And looked up genres. Yes. I couldn't find any Temer an affiliation. Vice music, raw it's a specially written species specific music by the Timorans. Night that paused rotten easy, though. Maybe my baby they belt an ad on a little difference. He wonder if there's a reference you can Dan light it. No link. I wonder if that he's on sport foster, Jake light. I have we'll have a good look music in the Vitry clink sitting has also been shown to reducing starting dogs. Visiting veterinary hospitals client on dogs, visine vici hospitals received Bubba the owner and Clinton to have reduced anxiety listening to classical music, while whiting examination rooms compay with lobby winding area with that classical music ply site classically. Guy iron Israel, more satisfied with visits when they white an examination room with classical music, plying this whiting in the lobby whiting area, bride saw most Molefe off, Sarah view, all five star reviews. We should have customers e playing the background and the background. Hey, I yes. Yes. Some strings scissor might maybe a cello. An oboe maybe. Fringe fringe on this. Let's keep it clean might know. Welcome to frankly, snus. I've Lee not enjoying it that much. Plying the phone. Wall substantial events admission that music can benefit animal day crossings zoning perfomance of stress related behaviors these fixed did not carry over to the sedated patient. Right. That's because they couldn't move. Yes. That's right. Mature. So they've out dropped anyway. And that no part of the reason. So these findings big the question with Zeke, specifically cat specific music. Yes. Cat species related like that like attempt and relied exactly amd similar outcomes in cats. In fact, Snowden and e recently concluded that Kathleen into music in their homes prefer music that was Pacific -ly made with vocalisations with preferred tempos and with normal vocal frequencies as the primary considerations. Cats responded to music positive aren't sorry. Catch respond to music, positively by RA, tiny approaching speakers plank, cat music, more often and quicker than speakers, plying classical music. Wow. So you need both so Zeke and Kevin dogs and cats specific music purring and suckling sounds allied into temples and frequencies easing feline vocalisations to create cat specific. Music sorry to cat specific music. Now. Go might yet. Does. Listen, he he's got some cat specific music platform by the sample. Listen up. I. I. They got him. Well, Aric and going to be some cats at least to the podcast of their iron is wrought on the speaker. What do you think I literally am gonna go? Hi, I'm gonna find that gonna put play through me, boom. And see what the cats you can you can buy you can ball. It might say musique for cats dot com. Fantastic. And would you believe it's so popular they've got a sick album? A second was a tough second album is often the second elements a tough tough in the needed a Kickstarter page. They sit up kickstart author. That's got to be some kind giant. Let's go and she got the Keystone Pipeline. So would you believe it the Kickstarter page one thousand eight hundred twenty on back is holy crap. Fifty thousand dollars can't stop. You would not believe it seven people have played a thousand dollars each to have a song named off to them. Lhasa are so often after they cast. Trek full all of Cookham apply. Biggles? I have an end mill n isn't that you got. So that's all that's sweet podcast money. That's let us be able to. Wait a minute. We need to kick-start by for sick and podcast. Oh, but it's interesting, Dan and had a look in the Komen section and the comments win Goud, really? For naughty seeks fist view them on cleaning up Markeith starter falls on nightside. Not receive the reward. Brian are really enjoyed volume one as Marquette. Yes, we're looking forward to getting volume to move since my last update from could you place in replacement? It gives us any melodies, please leave at dole inside garage right through the cat flat. Not sure if he's going to then Laurie says on the new album. He's he's gone. He's taken the money and riot fifty granny's Ron Ron with these cello pairing cats. He's off. Yes. Sara Sara on got my stuff yet. And then. In wonder says go down into on ever go to album one got my day today. And if you got the c for friends who have actual cats. Right. So I think I'm just not sure hype hasn't done around. That's not good. Anyway, let's come back to the article. It's real stuff might seven people. Go to Seoul named after that. Nice. It's lovely. Isn't it amazing? Fifty grand for seven trek CD, ripping seem Prissy. Until he w pregnant. Yeah. Do second album guy. You could do a second kickstart. Conine the famous people can nine the tracks. It's not a baby crying. It's it's Melvin Anderson crying. I'm stuck onto the cop out from under count read. Another black and white cat. It's no big Tom was put my food only was pajamas. Special job is giving Christine. The fringe zone. Oh, so they sit with the success of specific music producing positive response behaviors in the Heim the question arose. Yes. And this is the Roz for all of us. I think whether the music can provide the sign positive response in the foam of miserable stress relief in this. Measurable. That's exactly. So this is gonna go my on. We're gonna get to your to you. That's right next. Visit comedy domestic cats controls on anxiety and frustration both Vinton Profissional and the Ana yes, tell me about reducing felines already during Vietnam. Visas Khuda have great health benefits to domestic cats by not only reducing stress related illness behaviors. But also by lowering for more pleasant Vitmain revisit for cats, and they earn. Yeah. We're all about that. Pleasant visits. Could potentially influence cat Ernest of the veterenarian with a cat's more and more often naturally. Cotton went on a fractious cat, I hike. All definitely. Yeah. Yeah. So the study looked at twenty cats twenty Nora huge number but twenty yes, notice many back is for the second Seda. If some of these cats. Oh, yes. Exactly. Anyway, Oaklawn volunteered. They catch. The study and provide written consent. Oh, go into a marker fine. And then I appearing on the album. Pope rented pawprint. The study was conducted as a randomized placebo controlled. I lock it cross IVA trial wrought faily gold stays so cats randomly saw to one of three different tastes the auditory. Tastes three different tastes ni- Zeke. Yes. Boring brackets, Sahlins wrought. Thanks for the clarification. Good is someone's so nothing nothing. Nothing. Nothing. That that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It could be a long cast. If we. So we'll give you an example. The first group was. That that classical music brackets classical all that must be. They libeling them awesome. Yeah. Faye lawn specific music brackets, cash cat, kiss which was what we probably before. Yes. Some of that cat was led to listen to silence. Yes. Failing cat musique yet opponent entering the examination room in Vinnie house for ten minutes prior to the start of the examination on. So these exam included full exam rectal temperature to blood. Yep. The aren't content prison, but the music was ROY. It was plied. Yes. So they did that. And then too. They repeated the thing. Ten minutes the music. Silence. Fist. Tom singing Thome. They got the cat music experience. He's across IVA trial. Yes. And then the next two weeks later they did to game with the third one. We had one hand on H system was video recorded had Odia removed. So I couldn't tell wall which was all it's. Moto them saw went. They could have done. That's confusing unless I saw the vict- singing along with seeing. I love this one with a cat me the cat bopping. The cat was ball ninety was doing a little bitty. I gang him stall say it's a little bit luckier that sort of the k pop. Imagine some of their little cat ease Bopanna y. Really grammy. Awe shock one. Then knowing the kid. Yeah. You one day, you just hope that you can just crack something as easy as that might you so much money. Well, it's a second site, the cat music, mind grants. Why that's US? Help these go. I get along. Why is well? Yeah. Why from all the people that he can say. Right now, you lock music room. A ninety wondering what classical music, they plied. Yes. And customers selected was ill right Gabriel. Yeah. Good performed by Albon Gerhardt. That's a good one see card, right? Use Smith in associate with Hoppy rickards. Yes. So they got that on the back. That's only Spotify along the day at two one of the mites wasn't usually I could get it back. Get back on ever. Listen to that say, what sends the Phelan specific music slick cat cat, so late fees in the study was screwed his booze. REI skew to one of the seven cats skewed a Bob. Yeah. Absolutely. Off. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. Composed performed and produced by David t. And so by universal records, Yuchai dive. It was the guy who's done the runner. Kickstarter pie seeming in the Galapagos. He was he wasn't one of the Nassir by. Throwing money. Listening. You've done Rana. We this is just a place. As we haven't got fifty into stretches. This cat song. So the goal is study was the failings. Busy museum could item reducing behavioral and physiological stress on cats. Visiting the veterinary clinic for wellness examination. Yes. Cat strict or schools would not significantly different Wayne comparing behaviors between the silence and the classical music, right and music treatments during the pre auditory tests periods. So that ten minutes with did nothing couldn't say China yet. Nothing was all songs nefyn. This should be expected as traveled to the veterinary clinic and initial introduction to novel environment a stressful events for cats physical examination would not perform on cats until they're exposed to the same. As for ten minutes. Already said Tom was a laugh of the cats to Leeson to and just to the sands these Emin period. However Dietsch oh, see Nikolay Loa cat stress schools when listened to cat musique compared with leaning to silence classical music land. They guy Miami wasn't a rock classical music nine motivate. Maybe they should've tried one of the other forty million. Yes. Peasants fourteenth, sympathy. Sympathy seem Fanie that the sympathetic sympathy. The sympathy Vazza compose compose time with 'em and ending Zid IOT. Well, nine one she ever been Vienna. Yes yet. Did you say all the things where you could blow them out south bowls nine tell me. Yeah. Yet. So these little chocolate coated Maza pain voles sat on everywhere, you went really someone might south bowls. Now, I mean, either and horror movies. If it's chocolate Carter, though would like to suck. Hanging fruit again. F- openings during the post ordinary tits at findings during the post auditory, tastes and examination periods. Support the audi- that catch respond more, positively to music might specifically full them and suggests that tranquil behind these can be Ceva Vinnie clinical semi with the introduction of cat specific eight. Wow, Syros also just this would not be the case for classical musical Sahlins. Yes. I have a question. I cat's have different hearing to us how they show that was Sahlins and not some Hoppy. Yeah. The squeaks of mass moss bet, and that's how they can catch them. Moss? Quaking in the in the in the walls clinic, they didn't check for that. And I wonder whether or not I could still hear the music from the room next goal and Gumbel on actually more stress on wanna listen to that. Yeah. Wanted to because he muffled cat Sam. I had that one lost lost home. What don't I get that? In this. Faye point so handling schools. We're also seeing even lowering cats listening to music Murrah. Are they're easy to type bud from the nicely into silence all classical music. So. So the guy might now think think that's that's bad reconcile by sleet, sign if you put some specific music on. So that that should hopefully help at you. Yes. So so that would Jerry sees cat specific music, but not classical music. We'll have to change it when the dogs coming in school classroom. The cat specific music dogs. All that. It'd be interesting all the Temer and Temer and don't hang cats cross species and cats and tamarins. Well, no, if was if the whip for cats and dogs, and then you had the casual tamarin that timing. Yes. Sighing own it stress. Then be ready for that that happened to have Timorans in strata, my I mean, maybe I haven't I haven't seen him at bondings acute monkeys. They have very good. Very cute. Aric and obvious double at Tom. That's right might yet. Yeah. We'll we'll sort that out. The the next time. I have a question for you. Came on or just a last minute one that a one just run pass. Let's do it hard. Dr Welby on the Mahad, Dr Roby eastern having some guidance. Now's pates. Yes. Law should have more than one. So then I get lonely, but I'm consented, thou braid, and then I'll have too many to deal with is there any way I can embrace aiding. We'll have to periodic remove the by. He's released them into the wild. Thanks, Dr Welby. I really appreciate your answering Omar questions. Excellent. Very good nine nine. Oh mustering. Yeah. Sure. It's a real question. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. They'll be fine. And if they do have babies, that's fine. Yeah. They won't get very far from burning some snow pellets in pretty que- it could when he gets too many just put a few pellets. Hell it's Dan, but just not with dogs around because the dogs the dogs and cats will date the pellets. Sny. Camille, Sean me a picture of a smile today of a of a monkey sort of pushing us Nile along the ground. What do you think that monkeys doing that day? Is it probably styles going to slow down Kamari out, however up do something going get going? So smiles they look. Farming farming is Calgary then probably be probably let them have lots of babies and then Golic Bader in one of those funny. Little three prong folks ice tea. Matt of the shows. So you have a smile Fum. You could you could particularly if you've got lettuce Snell's would love to eight the lettuce, and the and you strawberry anything on the it means meanti do. Any basil straighten? Yes. The best gets done by the the by the tomato says, well, the mossy come in. Eight my as well. So if any questions about smiles, maybe smile relied on in six or anything else slugs, then hit us up on your own or if or if you've been doing a little bit of a cat music work at home, and you'd like to promote you knew elva, let us go to Kickstarter page for us for Kickstarter pied. That'd be great. We saw one. Oh, absolutely. All even Melvin 's set Sunday afternoon soliloquy. Yeah. Yeah. Just rolls the tone. If you would back it and you wanna sell named after. We'd love to hear from your own statement that and dollars and wound nine a podcast episode. Offi cat. They mart guy for that. And then if you record your cats sands, we'll put your cats vocals in as a background thing through the after the harp aside, actually, speak when you're talking before about having things in the whiting room, Jerry. She actually had the the podcast plying in the in the whiting room at work a little wall. That'd be interesting. Yeah. Timorans we are. So we'll get going. We're easy going on. What you talking about Louis or have some questions I have to put onto Joan of got one from lily Michigan. And Luna got us on the amount about force free. This is balanced training for dogs also Yuli really Komen in the in the woods that use bar to. There's a quarter question from Taito Thais spot. Lord nice on training you to use the human toilet. Roy. That sounds like a starchy topic. Yep. Get you folk into that one when and also French horn and another question on when he's the raw Tom to get a dog or I pay it wrought now. Oh, ROY right now right now. But listen the end of the podcast music comes over us. Yes. To that beats through the outright and get one get one. But if if you listen to the patriot on answer. His fight. You're gonna pay at least in the answer. That's been bitter answer that one. That's your free answer. I think the was. The person was one as a loft decision. Gotcha young person is at Tom, Tom. That sort of thing. So we'll answer that quick. Yeah. Good. Now. 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Mason and Ireland [HR 3]

Mason & Ireland

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Mason and Ireland [HR 3]

"Hey it's big night tonight. Lakers and home to the Miami Heat cited for this cited for this one you you perhaps could catch a movie. No the Regal knows right next door here Greg. Please print the movie star times for our friend Steve. He really liked the Irishman. We can just have out again or I three and a half hours. Yes we will treat you to the movie of your choice okay. Do you know you're putting so much pressure on the Lakers tonight. Not they absolutely must win or against blamed on me of course blamed on them. It's putting pressure on later now. So you think I'm blaming them. You've got another thing coming. That's true all right so right now. Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls we are going to give away what Mason. I believe leave to be the greatest giveaway in Los Angeles the fifth row Friday laker tickets. Now if you were to go online yes and just try and buy these exact seats beats. You'd be you'd be well over a thousand dollars lease but no instead. We're going to give you two fifth row Friday tickets we're going to give you an autograph Lakers basketball and where you're going to wine and dine you around Staple Center upon your arrival. Yes and we've had this for the game Sunday against Toronto that Quick Greg. We've had to winter so far. Yes and they've both been named for some strange reason. Rinaldo that's correct uh-huh looking at the border we we yeah Irani but no Rinaldo so that's good. Never run a Ronnie's close enough okay. Okay well let's kid riding in here. We'll give him the first crack running your on. ESPN LA high. Okay Ronnie. Do you understand the rules here. You're you're afraid you understand. Okay makes you want the odds and evens. I'll take the even okay. Ronnie what it on Monday show. What embarrassing thing did Mason do? In Yoga class One hundred percent. Correct sad sad that I did four more to go running number two. What was the first thing that John and I talked about on Tuesday? Talking about Tuesday I guess. Urban Urban Meyer. No clearly didn't hear the show on Tuesday. All right a Chris in Long Beach is up next. Hi Chris you're on. ESPN LA Chris. We lost Chris gave up. He didn't know the answer to number two. You almost feel like we should give a hint there. But I won't know don't a don't Marcos Bihar in Corona Marco. Oh that's me I'm here Okay Marco. What embarrassing thing did Mason doing? Yoga class art it pushing number one. We gotta hear this over and over again we do. Yes get all five correct number two first thing. John and I talked about on the show Tuesday. I think it's a trick question. There was no show. It was a trick Greg. I think. That's actually a little bit cruel of you know it's very hard. We did nothing the thing exactly. I'm glad you got it right. Mark here you go and there was no heads up. I was looking for the podcast. There was no fun cast canal. I'm rooting for these marco. If you WANNA rumor to spread who do you the get according to Momoh Momoh. She's she loves that story. Guide number. Four what what are the names of the two guys. The only guys that have been on the air longer than Mason Ireland since Kevin and bean went away. I know there's a kid involved as like banning cane or some John Lewis Marco sorry So okay okay that opens the door for Albert in south central. Hey Albert how you doing good good all right Albert. What embarrassing thing did Mesa doing? Yoga class repeating. This is just making it worse. WanNa repeat number two. Let's get through this. What was the first first thing that John and I talked about on Tuesday show there? Were no show right. According to Momoh if you WANNA rumor to spread who do you tell John Irony this exactly. What are the names of the two guys that have been on the air longer than me and Ireland since Kevin and bean left the air this week? Oh my God I just heard this podcast. Five four three two one gotta again Albert. No all right okay. It's a tough question. By the way it was gonna be a different in question and Greg gave away the answer so this. That's the reason this question is harder. Did Okay Row Han in in Glendale. Hey Rohan you're on. ESPN LA Fudge. Turn them up. No He's gone. He's gone he didn't know yes. Yes Sean in L. A.. Hey Sean are you there. Hey Sean what embarrassing Mason Doing Yoga classes say loud and clearly please definitely defaulted and everyone heard it embarrassing. It's making it worse by number two was the first thing we talked about on Tuesday. Show there was no show. I didn't go according to Momoh if you WANNA rumor to spread. Who Do you tell you yourself John? She said being ended their run in this week. Who are the only two guys that have been on the air longer than Mason and Ireland John and Ken Starr Ninety Two KS. All right bring it home. I'm Sean you get this and you get the fifth row laker tickets for free all right name any of the three restaurants that I said Said Mason should go to tonight instead of going to the game Dirty no no so close here question and it opens opens the door for Kenny and orange. County Kenny are you there. I am all right. Kenny very loudly and clearly answer. This first question in what embarrassing thing did Mason doing yoga class you fired. It was first thing we said on Tuesday. Show no always show because according to Momoh if you WANNA rumor to spread here do you tell John. In Ireland. John would've accepted accepted either. Yeah name now that Kevin and bean of left the air. What are the names of the two guys who've been on the air longer than me and John John and can all right this is it? This is it Kenny. Name any of the three restaurants. I named three specific restaurants that I said to Mason. You should go have dinner enter their tonight. Instead of going to the Lakers game name any of the three. What are they a figure out a cat do ya? We also would have accepted Fleming's or or the palm and you win Kenny. You go to fifth row. You're going Sunday to see the Lakers. Take on Toronto. Are you taking off them. I'll take my girlfriend friend good for you. We'll look forward to meeting on Sunday. Okay right hang on Greg get your info all right there you have it. That's prize in radio. Line one greg get into second. That's great that's great. Yeah I felt bad for the people that don't yet and that guy that guests. Tom's Serban was so close. Like literally. If you would've walked fifty feet left he would have been talking. What is the guy that had? I know it involves a Ken. Oh Yeah my my favorite was how everybody said very clearly mason. Far Stuff we get right relive at that moment over and over again all right coming up in in twenty minutes is fast track and coming up at six o'clock at the top of the hour. We rolling the Lakers. pre-game good game tonight Lakers six and one. Yep against the Miami Heat six and two Yup could be a preview of the NBA finals. Steve a little early. Come on man the right tyler. Let's light you know right now. What the finals would be if you took the two number? One Seeds Lakers Milwaukee walkie right near Lakers and sixers knew who the hell is doing better in. The East Lakers and think big Boston. Yup Really Yep what are they. What's their record? I it is. I think they're six and one but a need to allow look it up exactly and Milwaukee's very good. Boston is six and one. Miami is six to nine to all right there. Yeah but But the two number one seeds right now are the six and one celtics in the six and one laker now. What's philly silly? Philly is five and two five and to Milwaukee six and to also fill in Toronto coming in Sunday five into. Yeah then the schedule gets easier much easier Mason Ireland. ESPN la Rio and my favorite show of all time is and it's gone now. Which is what Donald Show? It hasn't been on has live but Georgia we. Have you know we still run the Sodano show promo they in our show all the Thai crazy. I've promoted the crap out of your show. And the last time he ran was win yesterday. I was here for the show. CBS Ben Ryan random lacks. That's right I it's funny. I tweeted I would be here here for purgatory at six. Oh and then I got the tax no rams all access until seven a George six and q heat tonight. This is a team you you grew up with a six and two. They're six and two because Eric's pollsters a good coach and the roster's now more balanced you give Erik Spoelstra top fifteen player. He's GonNa win your forty seven forty eight games. So how do you explain. The Kendrick. Nunn phenomenon explained earlier in the show that he's a guy that did the warriors tried to stash right on their team. They actually want as far as not to start him. Yeah because they wanted to kind of hide him and somebody Miami noticed Adam steinbruck him. So Adam is the heat's assistant gm he's also the guy who is the president of of their G. League team and so he knows all these guys right and for four months I heard he was telling Pat Riley Kendrick Nunn Kendrick Nunn Kendrick Nunn but because they were hard cap last year they had to do the Rodney mcgruder. Deal where they wave in the clippers picked him up right to create space to add Kendrick Nunn in the last day of the season but for four months the assistant. GM was in Riley's for him yelling at him about Kendrick George until last night when Butler kind of went off and had thirty four and Phoenix. None was their leading scorer war. And he's there secondly score now and he'll start tonight and they actually run plays for him. They do this was a guy anybody in the league could have had yet by simply clearing. How many other guys are out there like this? Well think about the heat. He didn't Spurs I think are the best at doing that finding the guys out of obscurity. I mean historically if you look at Pat Riley John starks Anthony Mason. Those guys were in the Continental Basketball Association. Played a big role for his KNICK's teams you. Data's hassle guy playing in France back in the day who helped him win championships championships. But even recently whiteside was out of the Tyler. Johnson Very good at all these guys that were basically out of the League. They found a role for them. And they're doing that with Kendrick Nunn now. Even the kid from Michigan Dunkin Robinson who shoots. WHO's a shooter for them? What you know that okay so meyers? There's Leonard was pretty much available to anybody. He Portland. Couldn't wait to get rid of right. He now George leads the NBA in three point. Shooting percentage as anybody who's taken more than ten shots he's eleven of sixteen with a sixty nine seventy nine percent. It's insane but what they've done for. Jimmy it's Kinda cool like Erik Spoelstra. All Strobe has seen like basically saw what Jimmy's best that right which is getting to the basket. So what he did was he created as much space as possible for Jimmy to get to the basket bull through all those guys stretch the floor. They're an excellent three point at the time of nine cooled off the last three games. Leonard Lemon last night the shooting forty five percents three because hyler hero tyler. Heroes interested great draft pick. Yeah I mean he's going to be first team all ricky. And what was he like the fourteenth thirteenth. Yeah Yeah George is why Leonard is so valuable. Is He six eleven. Yeah he can go but if he takes goes outside he takes him. He takes Jill mcgeer. Anthony Davis with him. So Miami is number two in three point percentage right now this season and their eleventh in in attempts so they they're playing exactly the way SPOELSTRA has always wanted to play. He wants to play with as much space as possible so his creators can have added defensively. They're very good in their fourth and Net efficiency and they were seventh last year or even that good. It's a very small sample size. Could they come out of the east. Could they make the look. The sixers and bucks are still better than everyone else. Could they give the bucks a run because the bucks have Jaanus and and then a bunch of guys maybe. Maybe they could get the conference finals. I don't think he's GonNa take something jerks. I'm sure you noticed the other night. At the clipper game that should scare the hell out of the rest of the NBA. Yea Jaanus was three of four from three now four of seven from three half eyesight zoos. Four seven overall. He hit as many any threes in that game against the clippers as he had hit all season long he starts making threes. He has such a big first step. He's going to become in Gartrell consistent. Charge of even shoots thirty thirty three thirty four percent. Forget he'll lead the league in scoring. It's over yeah last thing for you ever sit at home like at night when when there's no sodano show just are you like chomping at the bit. I really WANNA be Jewish. Show right I am like yesterday. It was great to be on the air. Yeah because we've had a couple of Sodano shows that weren't weren't with me no shows featuring Allen those aren't on our show right because Mason's burner cads they're not real great. It sounds great. But that's not the full sodano assign But I was doing games that day being pulled in a lot of directions. Right in your actions you know so. Hopefully we have more opportunities the Sodano show it's particularly want the NFL season's over. I think we'll get more of those. Yeah Okay Great. Well thank you for coming in. We'll say are you. Are you okay so should AH breaking early. Yeah faster and faster time. You've got to be off at six now. You've I've laid out the case should mason. Jason attend. Tonight's Game Mason. I think you should absolutely go. You're a heat fan. I mean I have been in the past. I am a journalist and I am German sir. I'm going to the game. I'm impartial but I go because you should enjoy your Friday night state. Absolutely I've I've offered him to any movie of his choice at Regal. I've offered him Tatsuya. How is he explained the jinx part real quick like what what are we have? What's to track? Do we have to retrace. Just kissed. prefre different reese as Greg will point out this recent all three seasoning dodger game. ooh traveled to Atlanta last year for the Super Bowl L.. AFC last week at a playoff game on the same night there was a Laker game. He elected to go to the. AFC game the Lakers one in L. AFC. His record this year at Laker Games is one in one. I just want to point out as the pregame host of the Lakers. I was the last guy to win a championship. But what have you done for me lately. I think one of the Lakers done for us. That's gone six in one. Yes is what we're worried. If so I think you should go to and I'm gone. I think you break the curse tonight. I'm going to break the curse. Erica no such thing as a curse now Georgia's if they if they should happen to shockingly be upset by the heat tonight and then Toronto comes in Sunday and then they leave you a bottle of wine in the later win still went. Is that not evidence of said curse. It certainly gives you a lot more information. We know oh piece of evidence. It's a small impure small sample. I need to see an actual research study of some kind fasttrack is next Mason and Ireland. ESPN ESPN analyst. Here we go this time four fasttrack and let's see one side of the coin will make it easy. The Los Angeles Lakers the other side of the coin. The Miami not even the Mason Curse can stop this. Laker juggernaut heads Lakers win. Heads Lakers win. flaker their boss tack unless there's some plain at the regal all right mace last week the purdue a new board of trustees passed a sports wagering policy that follow this closely K. C. which wagering spans ends all faculty staff and none athletes from bidding on perdue sporting events. Athletes are already banned. Okay okay of course course but think about that. It bans faculty staff and non athletes across the university system. So students correct students from gambling and sporting eating events involving any purdue teams coaches or student athletes. I see what they're trying to do here. They don't want students and faculty of access to the ethnic Chinese influence. If I if I roomed with you in the dorms and you're on the football team they don't want me influencing you but sports. Betting is legal in Indiana. So if Greg and funches are living across the hall from US and they're just regular students they can't bet on the purdue game. Do you think this will work. And what do you think of this policy in general. I don't think it will work. I don't like the policy policy if Sports sports gambling is legal. You cannot restrict an entire student body from actually doing it. This is but if you got no now I'm I'm assuming like if Greg and funchess let's use the dorm analogy you and I live in the dorms and across the Hall Greg Funches. You're on the football team K.. Friends Yeah We. The three of US conceivably could be expelled for betting on a football game. Even if we bet on you to win win. Yes no I mean. I mean that. That can't hold up candidate no mean it can't hold up. No but that's the rule. They Produce Bruce. Board of Trustees says if you're produce student and you're a non athlete you are forbidden by school from betting on Games involving purdue asked Atheltic that's GonNa hold. I think it's going to hold can now. That can't if Greg funches and I'll bet one hundred bucks which we could do in Indiana because it's legal. Sure on you to win. We get kicked out of school. Even if you're not a football player in the four of us we're too crabby is no not even non ethics. I don't that's garden I'll be. I'll be following this if it works a friend of mine's a news anchor in Indianapolis so get him on the gas check. MLS Cup of Sunday. It's it's the Seattle sounders. It's dead to me since you cursed the L. AFC L. AFC fans have a choice. Watch the championship game or don't even even turn it on because it's too hard to watch. What would you do? I would turn it on. It's like if the rams weren't in the Super Bowl last year I still would watch the super bowl. I know you guys stopped watching the base. One I stopped following the world series and the playoffs were actually really good and I watched a lot of. I did wind up watching game seven but I did not watch Any other of the baseball playoffs too. I watched nothing seven. I saw parts of the end of game seven. I was here I did watch game seven but No I don't think as a as an wait a minute so tell me if the rams don't make the super bowl it it doesn't add conversation propose the same. It's the final of that league. This is the final of bad league and you become a fan of MLM. LS Is is a great. Do you think thirty to fifty two is going to be watching this game. I I knew I don't know if I was in the thirty to fifty two. I've watched soccer. I don't going to watch this game and no football is different. Super Bowl is a holiday. Super Bowl is a national holiday falls into a different category for La fans. This is their super bowl. No I don't it's not literally addictive Super Bowl I've got a second part to this. Okay it's a game I had. I just saved up in the event that we were getting ready for L.. AFC in the Amazon just kind of cruel. So we're GONNA play it anyway. I've got ten names each of them as either and major league soccer star. Mlb Player so your answers are either baseball player Soccer Pamela or MLB K.. And Fonts once you can play Greg. You can play Christian Espinosa is that MLS or Mlb John that's moby Mlb Greg Emily's mls fun mls it is an MLS player for San Jose Eloy Eloy he meant has mlb or MLS Greg and and it'll be fun MLS MLS Johnson. I'm going to be behind somebody. Nobody it sounds like. Mlb Me it is it is it's MLB's left fielder for the Chicago. White Sox suburbans up to two one TRAE Mancini. MLB or M L. S.. We start with futch. Mlb Mlb John. I agree MLB. Yeah he is. He is a rightfielder. The Orioles Dom Dwyer Dom Dwyer MLB or mls go back to John. MLS Dom Dwyer goalie I think. MLS great think he's actually MLB MLB. I'll say the correct answer. Only John Sniffed it. How how is he a goalie domino? He's a folder. All right took greg and I have three and five minutes to Fredy Montero. MLB or MLS. We we go to Greg. MLS MLS FONT MLB MLB John Mlb. I'm sorry he is. MLS's afford for inspection inspect. Miguel Montero was shut. SHUT UP PEDRO SANTOS MLB or mls we start with punch MOS MOS MLS. John that sounds MLS timmy. MLS correct answer mls yes okay midfielder. For Columbus to more for Luis Arias Luis Arias. MLB OR MLS we start with funds this time. MLB MLB A. B.. This really could be either way. MLS MLS he is MLB. I'll be okay so that's interesting because now everyone's in it. Greg is six function. I have four each so this is the last one it's going to Greg. Okay okay last one two and a half on the show Orlando Arsia. MLB MLS one. It's MLB the way to go find I'll say MLS frigging shortstop for the verb games in a row me an investigation more faster. TWO MINUTES MASON IRELAND ESPN LA fasttrack. Astros Rolling on Ireland false tap. I may say woman posted a viral video exposing how Panera bread prepares it's MAC MAC and cheese says she's now been fired by the company the clip which was originally posted on the video. Sharing App Tick Tock has been viewed more than ten million times on twitter. The recipe is out it. Well it shows an employee whipping up order. The restaurants famous creamy dish in the video via the employees can be seen dropping a plastic packet of frozen MAC and cheese into hot water. Then cutting the bag open and pouring the food into into a bowl is this a fireable offense. It seems to me might make Mac and cheese more popular but they fired this woman for exposing trade trade secrets. Would you have fired. I I mean it's exposing trade secrets. Yeah she doesn't give the recipe. She just she's like somebody on phone under phone shooting in her and she just whips open. The bag pours re sloped on. That's a slippery slope argument. So does she expose. If you don't draw the line here. The next thing will be the actual recipe. Then you fire a little bit and you fire the personnel arrest. Completely understand this there are proprietary trade secrets and she's giving away ragweed. Did you have fired her. Yup My friends all the reason that Mason just said it is a trade secret you do not guys in the video cuts open. A bag pours noodles into a hot jarring water in wars ores cheese on IT in secret. What's the what's proprietary? That's how I make crap if I go to Ralph's right now and by Mac and cheese trade secret. No I'm somebody get video me making Mac and cheese and you will not be fired for sharing my Mac and cheese secret because all of them going to do is what this woman did. And this radio can't do it you people rule and astle also. I don't want to work for either one you ever. I got me a restaurant. Issued delivery is now available at sixty percent McDonalds thirty eight thousand three hundred and eight globally really. Yeah it's become a growing contributor to revenue with customer spending twice what they would spend if they actually eight in the restaurant. McDonald's says delivery will be a four four billion dollar business this year up from one billion three years ago the company partnered with deliveries with the company Uber eats now question question. McDonald's in every corner. Yeah there's one two miles from my house wouldn't you feel extra lazy ordering mcdonagh Hutter per said is this going to I I plus it. It's not hot the fries can does it all the time all the time. He doesn't all the time here when he's here he gets McDonald's. So here's the thing like I mentioned. I have when I have McDonalds roughly two miles from my house if I ordered it Uber eats I would get it quicker if I got in my I car and went in the drive through right. He's he's shade does his because he's in no condition to drive. Why I do it then? I applied both of you. Yeah yeah that's good but yeah you're right you got to be. I mean if you order food delivered doesn't have to be at least a minimal standard. It's stone or culture may really you know what else it is. It's it's this millennial I want it now and I don't WanNa yeah. Yeah yeah I you ever eat at McDonalds. I haven't longtime when Lisa got sick. She never evening there again. If I do go go there if Jack wants to go there but he never does. That's not one of his spots. Where he here's some of his spots that are right on that border K.? Chili's Chili's is good the Olive Garden Olive Garden. Same as McDonald's. You're just north. Oh No that's that's not really Italian. Talion food okay. Garden are they sponsor. Island islands is the staple cheddar cheese fries. Pan Ranch dressing. These are all I actually actually. I think we don't go to McDonalds. I will sometimes stop like a lot of times. It'll be like tonight coming the home from a game when I'm by myself from game you're not going to the game. I'll dry by McDonald's you're going to go to the movies now. We'll get a big MAC. It's not quite like a big Mac. No other hamburger. Evergreen is quite like a big Mac it is just pretty. Got Good at a big Mac in year. Oh they're so good they're so okay. McDonnell is what my order. McDonald's years and years ago used to be two cheeseburgers. Diet coke in the big fries. But I don't go there it tell you what's really delicious Carl Sunday with a hot apple pie dipped in it. Oh God good you scoop the ice cream and the Carmeli guy. Hi to two hundred pounds flurry. Now that's a good thing thousand. Take Mason out of Ohio. Take -til I o out of Mesa. The last one for me. It's been a while. So let's play. The alumni game has been great. Yeah Bergman has a three game game winning streak here also nobody. You've just every game like okay. So here's how it works. I'll give you guys each famous person. You tell me where they went to college. If you get it on the I guess you get two points. Yes any other time one point. Yep I gotta get five points Wins Greg. We start with you. Entertainment starlet. Nancy Odell don't even know that is Wyoming Okay Uh no William the refrigerator Perry. Oh my God man state state. No Mace Deshaun Watson. I know that one Clemson Clemson is the correct answer. Mason is on the board all right. We'll start start with French. French singer macy Gray macy gray oh cheese. She hasn't had a hit in twenty. I five years. Ucla no Mace Tom selleck. I will say Tom. Tom selleck went to Arizona. Greg John Wayne. I don't know where John You say said. Ucla then I'll say USC you are correct. Hey the minute I said John Wayne. Tom selleck went to USC. All right so Bergman's on the board and masons on the aboard Mace you get the first one modern family star ty Burrell I say went to I. Allah no Greg. Good Morning. America's Lara Spencer. I don't even know who that is either but but I think tyrone to Ucla Denny. No now saquon Barkley saquon Barkley Penn State Penn State. And everybody's got on the board. That was totally rid. No well the reason I thought you guys would get the first two is Zt Guest Pickers College Game Day this year in their one last year and when she got it okay Who goes first this time all right breaking bad or better call Saul Greg? I do Jonathan Banks. Mike Airman Trout looking at him. Let's say northwestern no Joe Buck Joe Voice of Fox Sports Cardinals University of Saint Louis No good guess Mace Hall of fame. NBA Star Isaiah. Thomas the hall of Famer from the Pistons Indiana. Yeah in animation takes a two to one lead funds. I system right Elon. Musk Elon Musk. Oh my God inventor businessman -versity of Mars. I don't think he's an Ivy League guy. Looks like a party guy say Arizona No may looks like a party. Guy Wants to interview smoking. We I WANNA party with Elon. Musk yeah presidential candidate cory booker to the same college as inland mask. Rutgers rectors. No me those helped me by the way. Well you'RE GONNA get this Christian. McCaffrey went to Stanford correct in. Bergman is on the Board Award to Greg to funchess one mason to okay makes you go first. This time. Lionel Richie lead singer trying trying to think what it's God dancing on the ceiling where ceiling I have danced college student. I will say cow. No Greg Charles Barkley No. He went to Auburn. Auburn Auburn is correct. And Bergman has the first guy to get to three. Did you know you went. Did you always say Tennessee. No no he went to Auburn okay. Who went for Mesa? CG Right Lucy. Liu Oh yeah. Obviously it's supposed to be especially me. I okay so I'll just say Lucy. Lucy Liu went to Minnesota. Michael Phelps swimmer helps very briefly attended the school and then dropped out to become an Olympic Pick Star University of Texas Mace Rob Pelinka. Oh Michigan Michigan Washington is correct. I wasn't that far. Yeah you're actually dangerous because okay. So if Gregor Steve Gets it on the I guess the game is over Greg that was you. Yeah so bunches all right man French Walter Cronkite cronkite. The most trusted Man News. Oh let's see let's Z.. Georgetown University Oh good gas. No Mace Roger Clements the pitcher. Texas Texas is correct and Mason is one away from victory. You knew it from cronkite. Kite into you know it from chrome their cronkite school there or something. Yeah so mace you can win it here. You're ready God. This would make my weekend. She only when you're going to get shot up Jim nance voice of CBS. Sports University of self. Seriously I'll say hey. Jim Nance went to Georgia Greg Clyde Drexler Hall of Famer Ooh funchess knows knows he can't he's probably GONNA get next. I don't live Houston get excited okay. So now the now Greg Mesa's forefront. You're really good at this game. Normally you only have one You go first Greg. Okay you go first. which sucks for me but yeah Okay Greg you can win it here? ESPN fantasy. I see Guru Matthew Berry you went to school everybody at Espn went to northwestern Damn Andrew Cecillia no syracuse correct. Oh okay that's the other schools as everybody for Never Greg Stohr Mason for funchess to who went. I did okay. So this one goes to you. Jesse Owens Olympic Sprinter Jesse. Ucla No Mace Michael Thomas Saints Saints Wide Receiver keyshawn nephew for the win. Need Big Lsu Greg de Ngelo Russell for the win Ohio State Game Winstrom show it. Let's go there. Goes my one and that was well earned. Yeah I tell you what Michael Tom. I didn't get an I'm Michael. Thomas Jefferson. Yeah that those games are always tight. Yeah those games are always tough game. It's a tough ask game. Let's go all right. Let's go oh it's as your victory you get one wish you should wish that Mason goes to dinner tonight dinner tonight. Able just to screw you guys. I hope they absolutely blow them out. I hope they do of course our reading for rooting for a blowout just destroy. The question in is if if the Lakers are behind at halftime will you stay. No I'm leaving league no matter what. Oh No matter what I'm leaving. Yeah I I go to the first half. Isn't that a waste of a really good seat. No second half is when the Lakers make all their own day one hundred with me. I can't leave till the game's over over. Yeah no I've been a long day leaving at halftime better news to be easily learned not come but all in all when we were at three. You're not waiting around four hours to go to waiting. Four hours to go to a game was really hard. No it's much easier now. What's our time fifty lever afford like two minutes fifty four forty five forty five? What do you WanNa do for two minutes Okay here's somebody says delivering delivering professional. What do you want to do for to avery? Bradley is a go. He's a no good yeah. I don't know feel you'll start but I assume he will. We need that. They're back orders really good. Yeah maybe he can take that Kendrick Nunn. Yeah or you can take Jimmy Butler. I think Danny Green could could any green product takes Jimmy Butler. Don't you think Paul George will make his clippers debut in the near future. Maybe as soon as next week. Okay so wait a minute well Bradley. We'll start frank. Vogel has just announced that Avery Bradley will start tonight good. So that's encouraging okay. He missed the Chicago game with that bruise right leg. I'm always worried whenever somebody gets hurt that the longer you know with all these they always err on the side in these things. One thing thing I wanted to mention. Is that on Monday John. You won't be here but Momo's going to be here. It's Veterans Day and we did this last year it was. This is real. This is actually great. Really cool the experience. We had five different veterans last year. Come in and Co host Parts of the show with us. And we're GONNA do it again this year So we will be joined on Monday by Army Army Sergeant Albert Hernandez Navy H. P. H. C. Roderick. Oh Keith coastguard worn off sir. Army Sergeant Gary Branch I Anthony Jimenez. 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Anniversary Special: No more anal cream pies!

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

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Anniversary Special: No more anal cream pies!

"Happy Birthday to. Happy Birthday anniversary to US Happy Mother fucking. Day Dear US endless honeymoon podcast. Happy. They. To A, and what do you think you would match would've matched your socks for this event for the one year anniversary. Now Man I'm getting into it. I got I got two different colored socks did your socks the other day and you have no socks that match I don't know what happens to, and by the way I do you belong to a club and they give you a different kind of sock. No, they send me hairs what do you think? I belong to singles club. Kind of online business with that be. Are. Why here it's been one year since we started the endless honeymoon podcast. That's crazy. Isn't it though? So glad we started I feel like I'm really connecting with fans I feel that way as well. You recently did A. Video where you essentially just hijacked the idea for the podcast live without me. That hurt it wasn't as good without you. Oh, that's too sweet I. Did get to see some of our fans and they were also cute your we're thinking about maybe going over to this. Video because we'd like to be able to see your faces but maybe it wouldn't be as candidate. I just have to say Natasha doing this podcast with you, I've said it before it's the thing that has kept my sanity throughout this throughout this pandemic quarantine situation, it's been fun. People have gotten real many a secret has been had what was your favorite episode? My favorite episode. I don't know I mean. I. Barely remember anything. I. Just know they were good. Who's the worst guest? The worst of our comedian friends who evolved who is the the biggest? Who I saw a look in her eyes answering meals she knows who she thinks the is. We have remember in the eighties. Matassa. So what was your favorite Sitcom going up? Silver spoons like when I was little silver spoons. Sure. That's me ties franchise was. Missouri Fund so Ribera Ribera Rivera. You know the guy that does the dance Caulton from the freshmen who was his big break silver spoons. Ricky. Schroder. Erica Schroeder I used to be in love with him. I think I would go to sleep crying thinking of him really. Kissing him or something or era kissing or maybe like kissing or like a little dog like of like stuff like a stuffed animal dog. And like pretending like it was Ricky Schroder. I never had a celebrity crush like that ever, but also used to love Michael Jackson Michael Jackson is a better well I. Remember at one point I counted in my bedroom and I had like twenty seven posters of Michael Jackson's rounding me. You would have sexually hooked up with Michael Jackson if you had the opportunity. At that time in your life. No. But I do remember being in the lunchroom in grade school and have seeing thriller and screaming at the top of my lungs just because it was on, TV No. Like someone opened up the record and he had his long body. Like laying out with like member he's like holding a white sheet or something of the Baby Cheetah and I remember going like. Because I thought he was so I the inside of the album. That's a trip. You know what else is a trip powerful right? A lot of I've gotten a lot of DM's ever since I crowd surfing volume one women with the same reaction. Of Crowd Surfing you scream. A coke money. I don't know much. Well, you remember in the next probably. I mean you do get a lot of like I wanNA, Sniff your butt comments, which is kind of the modern equivalent to screaming right a fan can. Offend can drop into your comments. You have a couple of fans that are in the common on every every single thing that you do and it's always something creepy and see they're like they're like repeating guests at the bar that is your body. Barflies on your instagram. That's so funny because when I used to work at the whisky bar, there are always those losers who had come in at like four forty five right when the place opened and we were like putting out the pretzels and they would sit there and like talk to you for two and a half hours when no one was there and then you get busy and you just kind of have to start they're all wearing they're all squatting on on women's instagram pages now. What is the motivation to go to a? Hot COMEDIANS. Instagram and just comment on on like sexual things like fifty times. What's the? What's the possible outcome? Like Blah, you get blocked. Are they trying to fuck? It seems like that's impossible that they're actually like maybe this could work. You have you ever sexually trolled? I guess that's a thing. Have I, Talk. Seems Pretty Common I listen sleep. Megan Fox maliciously just objectified her. I'm sure I frightened her because some of the specifics of what I was saying because I did I did like an address search for her and stuff. So yeah, I have I've I've sexually trolled definitely her. There's very few women. Turner. Yeah those are my three a style Tina. And of course, Megan. Fox. Now remember the Tasha in the nineteen eighties when you were watching when you were when you were flicking, you're being to. Silver Spur Remember when every once in a while the writers would wanNA, take a break for the week. They don't do this anymore but the writers of a TV show on a heavily. Produced TV show like where they have like one hundred and fifty episodes. Alan thicke that was growing pains. Love. That was famous. With Jingle writer by the way, do you know that Alan Thicke? May He rest in peace? wrote what he wrote all the jingles tall the eighties Sitcom I was gonNA. Say He's dead. Do you know he's dead now also he invented the term thick for thick, ass like well, she's thick that comes from him. He used to say the beginning would say well, she me. But then it turned into a street colloquialism colloquialism. So I was I was a young laugh. You're young lass squeezing a pillow between your legs too young Ricky Schroder while looking into the glass is of your stuff dog and saying oh ricky. Remember those those days. In the writers of a Sitcom back, then would want to take the week off. and. So they would just do like a weird retrospective episode where they would show clips they would play clips from earlier. Episodes, well, we thought. That because it's our one year anniversary, Oh family ties did that all the time they would all be in the kitchen and then like they do that wavy thing and they'd be like remember than. They did that a lot the reason and that's been a name for it. It's really funny when you work when you start to work in TV you start to see why people are doing things that you just thought were part of the entertainment process before and then you're like, Oh, I see this is like a bunch of rich writers like wanted to Bermuda. So they're like, do a clip episode come on let's get Outta here. But. They would just show things from earlier seasons. They want some time off but. We thought the tonight. It being our one year anniversary all by the way. Let me just ask you before we get into this. What what is your favorite part about doing this podcast me? Yeah. Well. With Co Vid. There's nothing else to do. So I'm glad that we have this outlet for sure and this creative outlet, and there's so much going on in the world that it's an interesting time to like check in publicly. I like that. What's your favorite thing Moshe feel very sarcastically. I didn't know we were asking each other what our favorite things were about the podcast. Well, I didn't know either until I just came out of my mouth I practice the style of conversation that is called improvisational ask just. Roll with it? What's your favorite thing about the podcast fever being about the Paul and talking to our comedian friends during the pandemic? It's been fun The for me the advertises gotta be it's gotTa be the advertisers I love every one of them I. Love I just WanNa send a special shout out to Rossi's I. WanNa spend a shoutout to Tichy I. WanNa send a shout out to manscaping. A shout out to about our health. What about the food we had tonight that was delicious. Was Good. Are we doing an advocate for them? Tonight? No. Well, anyway what we read last week for what was it called? Green shop there. I did a green chef tonight and I gotTa Tell Ya. The ship was good. Listen. These aren't a vegetarian one. But what we're not doing as I'm just doing a bit about how my favorite thing was advertised. Cook Green Shelf meals tonight and it was pretty Dang good. I gotTa admit that and I also appreciate not having to think about what to make in the pandemic because I got on overload. Remember the beginning the pandemic everyone's like whipping up specially. Goebbels Mercer The proofing of my sword Oh shut up you nerd like a few weeks later I guess that's Joe Mandy. So I take it back a few weeks. Eight everybody's like some fucking sliced bread and let me watch more netflix's anyway months later anyway. I have enjoyed. I honestly enjoyed like getting to know the listeners and their quirks and also learning about humanity through the patterns that I have seen over the year. How how patterns especially in the secrets you know or I. Also, it was a big day will win. I realize we were the number one most downloaded podcast in the world. Right I mean that was crazy. We we overtook Rogan was a big day. was a huge day. I got to say that was a highlight I like working with the you. There's been a lot of fun and funny memories of loved a lot of the comedic guess we had on and I thought that tonight we thought that tonight we would do a kind of a retrospective. One of these Ricky Schroder if you're listening at home, just imagine little brace faced Natasha we she called herself Tashi back. Then I didn't okay she called the. TASHA little brace face Tasha Lazaro Tashi legs. To Star in it at thriller screaming at the top of her lungs in the lunchroom. You can do that. Tonight. As we go through some memories of just some where are they nows of some of our favorite guests? Hey Dash. I notice you're not wearing pants right now but do you like pants I actually don't like pants but I do like, Beta brand. Yoga. Pants I have noticed that you've been wearing those a lot. Are they comfortable? 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Beta brand dot com slash honeymoon limited time only twenty five percent off your first order for a limited time at Beta brand dot com slash honeymoon find out why women are buying five different pairs of pants. Brand dot, com slash honeymoon for twenty five percent off. So should we just begin? Here, these. So let's see. Let's see if we can remember I wanna I WANNA do okay. These ones I remember you remember Jake and Sam. who were the couple from Reno one was Jewish and the other was not and they the dad it really wanted to hire the Jewish bottle dancers yes. Let's hear. What they're up to. Her own motion, Natasha and what's called you know chefs. it salmon. Jake. Where the couple from Reno from episode thirty five sit on my face and let the Jews. Dan. You might recall we had a bottle the anther issue. Yeah to Jake Dad. Well, he turned to surprise the with bottled answers. At our wedding but my dad's spills the beans and then we were trying to navigate how to make jake that feel better he wasn't talking to Jake at the time he called in and we just wanted to give you a quick update on how things are going now. So your advice was to let them come the rehearsal dinner and have them bottle dance their way? Through the rehearsal dinner, well, the rice surprise everything got canceled because our wedding date was scheduled for March twenty eighth right at the time that cove it was hitting and So everything got wiped off the place until this last week. So my mom has cancer and it started spreading really aggressively So we decided to still have the wedding but have a very small. Gathering At my parents house and we're you know. And We're we're you know trying to cut down the guest list I don't think any bottle the answer will be present but the obvious Jake's parents will be there my parents leader and a couple of close friends. So yeah, we're really excited thus far and no rehearsal dinner you win Moshe and honestly right like I'm so glad we're not having ever. I'm glad to I would love any advice on what you think we could do for helping us through a very quarantine at. Wedding it'll be damned parents backyard here in Reno, it will be complete with face masks. we have hand sanitizer all around, and then we're asking all of our guests to get covid nineteen tests, spring their test result and stick it on a board that says, leave your negatively at the door But anything else that you recommend you know to to help them as we go into the final two weeks before we get married. Thank you so much. Hope Tobin is going well, take care. Bye. Okay I, just want to know how many people are we talking because everybody's getting cove is to like my cousins like I just had to get tested because it was spread it a baby shower and then my dad's wife sister they were like, yeah we're on our way to go to a graduation party but then my it got cancelled because everyone at. The last graduation got cove it like everyone's throwing these small parties and it's not good because you get caught up in the spirit and you start, you get drunk you touch you. You know what I mean. It's like it's these are super spreading events. I think even if there's twenty people hugging and dancing so maybe you need to do something where there's like. Solo dance stuff like so like there should be like a solo dance. One of those silent Disco Tex were they all have headphones to listen to the SAN DJ track? This is like they're in different neighborhoods. I just think I think everybody thinks that because they're ready for a party and because the government is saying that we can go out that they're having parties and the truth is your advice for them to get married. No. But it should be like a very like if it's for their parents and the mother, I think it should just be like I don't know like a like a pick like not like us like like a party but a picnic. That's our advice. Change the party to a picnic, get a checkered checkered tablecloth and get. Social distancing outside at these parties, they wouldn't be spreading covert. Well anyway, they're probably going to do it anyway. So how do you have a fun party with masks on that? Now that is A. Jews do it okay. I've got it. We can bring your father, the tradition of your father's back into. Into this very depressing sounding wedding where everybody's in a P P ninety five mask and you get cova you have to stick a swab your nasal cavity in order to come watch the the the devastation of love in Hasidic Jewish weddings. The rabbi men and women don't touch. As Jews do know that certainly don't dance together. But the one exception is that I mean husband wife tucked but nobody else the one exception of dancing together is at every wedding. The big rabbi of the community will come and they'll do a dance with the woman. The rabbi will dance with the wife, but they hold a belt. They hold like a really long belt and it's funny because leash. Is. When I say really long belt, you think leash. Kind of really. So a long belt along bell is not a leash. No it's not a leash. It's a really long belt. Well, okay. I'll explain to you what it is in the Hasidic duty. Ism there's this this like long cloth belt you wrap between on around your waist before you pray and it's supposed to separate your Dick from your Prayer. So that you're not thinking about your ding-dong while you're praying to God. So they take one of those. I mean I don't mean taking your Ding Dong. You're not supposed to be like having a horny thoughts while you pray. And I that was always a challenge for me because that old. Testament. Gets my gears turning you know but. They, the rabbi will take the it's really long rapid roundabout multiple times. So the rabbi will take the little belt and like stand like ten feet away and the the the the bride will take the other side and they'll kind of back and forth and it's very bizarre and So I, that's my suggestion for their wedding. Get order a bunch of those belts and Let me see if I can look what they're called. They're called It's called the Gardell. Are Sexy it's even named after a woman's like but like a woman's underwear. Gardo Gardo girl Gardell belt is that what it's called a girdle. It's like a cross between a girdle and a garter belt to hottest things. chooser. So horny, they're like, I must cut myself off my my my wife must shave off her hair and wear a wig. So no other man wants to have sex with her Gartrell or guard is about us by Jewish males. Hasidic, they're very modest an appearance and there's a physical divide between the heart and the Genitalia Hasidic customer cars be a physical divide between the heart and the Genitalia during any mention of God's name. So what I would suggest is you guys get order like fifty guards from Hasidic. SWAG DOT COM and hand them out to all your guests that you guys can have a dance party. And maybe put some Saran wrap between the sides because I have a funky dance party in the tradition of the Hudson's thus making your wedding superfund and not awkward at all and your father very happy that you've incorporated some Hasidic. Traditions. I would also I. Think it's not the best idea everyone get gets test because I think people get really cocky when they have negative tests or like this, I know a few women who have like had one night stands guys get tested and they're like I just got my negative test and then they find a girl they ha- invite him over for social distance than they fuck and then they just never call him again. Look. Different girls tell me that like guys have been like I got a negative test and then they like kind of they they have sex with the. Girl I got a covert nineteen. Girls. Because everyone's so lonely that if a guy has like a negative test, I was thinking about something like that today because I know somebody that's. Like a cabin retreat. He has a cabin and I was texting with him today and he said a girl was coming over and I was like Oh. That's a trip like I've got a cabin in the middle of nowhere is the new I've got a Porsche and a penthouse on fifth avenue like if you tell a girl right now like Oh yeah girl I got a I got off the grid cabin with new neighbors. She's just like I'm coming over. So that is the new status symbol. Natasha Yeah do you think we should move onto another of our? Where are they now? Let's do it. With a guy. Jeremy. Glass. And Mary Kate Sneezing. All right the last time you call Mary Kate was six months pregnant. Like. Three months right now. Really. Wow okay. So you're pregnant told us. Off. Advice on parenting was. I think it was just to figure it out do what your way and we've definitely done that our daughter Greta was born on March fourteenth. So just as the coronavirus pandemic was hitting. New York and getting very, very scary There was very good. So we have spent a lot of time together just three with just the three of us and we have really done it our own way we figuring it out which what you got. Oh I, gotTa see section I'm. Not on purpose is not going to come out so I had to have one. But it worked out okay. what have we done? Okay. Yeah. So we we had Grad during the height of front virus action if it's happening again, we've quarantine in New York for about a week and then ran away from new, Hampshire where we quarantine for another few weeks and then we are now saying in Maine then. The month and a half or something. Yeah we're saying Maine and you know gratis for third state in a very nice time, but she's super duper to Super Chevy she's starting to laugh. She's not GonNa roll over she just doesn't want to but things are going well with us and we are hopeful for the future I. Hope for the future for all of your invites We're feeling this thing out as we go. It's very, very, very, very hard having a kid like. Damn man very hard. So we're up. Yeah, we're fine. Okay. Thank you. Bye. He's like I, can I ask you for some more advice during this update? I mean if. We are doing our on way. A lot of parents don't live on the entire eastern seaboard in the first few months of their child's life. But that is precisely what we've done. We started in New York, we wanted up to New Hampshire. Over to main popped into Vermont Nova Scotia a call when we took a tugboat around the island. Back Down to Brooklyn went to Miami. Survey says came back up and she's a real east coast kid. I'll tell you what having a kid. It's a tough one, but it does help to be a billionaire. Sweet. Also, these first three months the baby this is a perfect time for pandemic because like we had our own quarantine, most people, I know who had babies quarantine for the the you know they call it the fourth trimester with three one, zero, three months. So I just kind of locked down I was just thinking about that little baby Greta that thick baby name I love it and is name. And I'm like she really won't remember any of this like I wonder about our kid if she'll remember a weird time. Regardless of whether, our kid remembers that she will be affected by it like some some thing about her development will be. We'll be altered by this time they might be positive by be negative but fascinating we'll have to do with the amount of TV that her whole generation is watching for two years of their development. Sure. But also they're the lack of hanging out with other kids and stuff like that. But like Little Greta her friends are like the cartoons right to. Do. We walked in the room the other day she was like man what's up doc? No, she didn't do that but. No she was like I taught I taw putty tat swear to God and I was like cats. What's going on I'm serious. She was like shut up Beavis I walked into a room said shut up beavis. We're showing every cartoon. Gra I don't think young. Greta will it will be affected or certainly won't remember but probably won't be affected by it in any way except positive because you'll be around a parents all the time but then I had this other thought while I was thinking that what if she does remember it I e what if it lasts so long that even little Greta remembers and that really made me terrified sent a chill up my spine. It's not that she'll remember it shall live through all the changes in society that like the repercussions like it krona virus has created. In five years like there's no way we're not going to be feeling that you know what happened to open the Lacroix. Ready to change the subject ready to change the. Caller yeah was to another. Hey Natasha motion. This is Megan from episodes twenty where you guys gave me advice on how to go about having a threesome with my boyfriend. So we took your advice. ooh specifically pels advice and went on three-under, which is Africa threesome. But the area we're in, it was only getting kind of like creepy people or really old married couples. So I thought that was kind of weird. So I thought okay. Maybe we can do this naturally lot out at a bar or something. So. What happened was we went to New York to visit some friends and we wrapped as cool bar drinking a little more than usual take your like I had a little more confidence that night. And while I was ordering drink this girl started talking to me and I was like, okay, here's my. And then I just realized I had no idea how to flirt with the girls because numbers done it. But. When I saw her on the dance floor at that classic drunk girl move where you start dancing provocatively together to get a boy attention and I caught my boyfriend the crowd and we had this like mental conversation with is of okay this. Hard. Acquired. Here we go. I guess are dancing was too good because another dude definitely notice the thing together and he picked her up and started dancing with her and making out so. Yeah. That was as close as we got. Kim Starting to accept bill just be like far off fantasy of mine. A man I thought that was headed somewhere hot. So funny they were like. Having this conversation about this woman looks he's a piece of just. A Pot, roast. The women's kind of cornering around the dance floor and like eyeing her her having secret conversations with her partner like. Meanwhile, gang rape rewrote the other girls like looking at any guy on the dance floor like does anyone want to rescue me from this because I will make out with you immediately I have hope for them We had a threesome since then you know I have over them. Dino member no I don't remember. Yeah I don't either. To do another wait why can't why can't they get any more action? Where do they live? I don't know some area that they live in. What were they from a Washington DC? Yeah. The famous. Person Desert of Washington DC. I don't understand that feels like. Some central you'll get a fucking U. N. diplomat who's just in from Burundi. Come. Over right I think you should try try blender again or whatever what Blake keep trying it. Professional in their the truth is you'll have to go on a dance Lauren rape someone. You'll have you'll have you'll have a threesome you'll be disappointed with it, and then you'll come back and you'll be closer to your partner than ever. That's what I think. Most of them are pretty disappointing. They're pretty awkward usually. Tell you. Never say you. Must this old the story on the podcast but about one time that I had a group sex situation with a girl I was dating. Yes I think he just you just hope. Not I don't think just told us. You don't want me to tell it. I don't have to tell. I, think he recently told it where we found another couple. Maybe not. We'll tell me if you've heard this one folks. I was dating this girl and she and I wanted to like hook up with other people group style and we found someone on craigslist. Casual encounters have you this morning? I don't know anyway we went over like that night we went over to this couple's house and like just immediately started getting like they kind of attacked us to and. And I actually yeah just like immediate there wasn't much communication. It was just like well, I've never heard this and I and I was it was so much pressure and I was so uncomfortable that I was on the bed with the girl just like. Just flaccid as could possibly be I mean just like zero was just like I Usually, happy to be meanwhile the guy who's clearly done this like twenty six times. No he's just pounding my girl. He's if I'm looking over with. Limp Dick apology to this guy's wife and he's just like, yeah. People use protection for this kind of like I didn't know you did like a key parties. Yeah. No, it wasn't unprotected for sure. What would be the point? No condoms raw dog. Cream pies. was, this time when When there was like a HIV outbreak in the porn community. and. And you know you probably don't. Ed. Powers. He's to make these dirty debutante porn series like before the Internet this. Like not I. wouldn't say the most attractive guy in the world but. A funny person he wrote this impassioned letter to the porn community about like this. HIV breakout. Important community and it was like a long lead open letter to the porn community and it was like he kept saying and you know we have to do something to stave off this this outbreak of HIV. It's killing our people and it's just time for us to say, no more anal cream pies we have to stop Ainhoa cream pies, no more anal cream pies so serious that. Ain't no cream pies. Okay, let's hear one more. Hey Tash. I gotTa tell you that I like groceries coming to my house more now than ever. I feel like I'm always looking for something to cook because I'm trapped in quarantine. Yeah. I. Agree I, I also never WANNA step foot in a grocery store I mean I want them to survive but I found thrive market and they're on it's like an online health food grocery store. You can order whatever healthy food you want and they deliver it to your house. I'll healthy because that's what happens. If you load you log into Insta- cart and like everything healthy is taken or it's overwhelming and you're looking at like so many products that it's difficult to find the kind of stuff you want so thrive. 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Didn't he like jerk off in a worker in the closet? The phone and she got like, Saloon, doors. Quarantine. So I I bet it's heated up. His temperature might have heated up prisons are a hotbed of covid nineteen. Okay. Let's call Mia. In New York City the prison lover. Hello Mia. Hi this Moshe, Natasha. Yes, it is. Yes. Oh Man we're excited to talk to you. We've missed you. I've missed you. I've so many updates the not really actually, but let me let me just laid out laid out what's been happening, how where are you at with this this tawdry love affair. So, after we last spoke it was you know I really did take your advice to her and like it was clear that I needed for myself out there more and like just like you know. Go. Go Way you know try to. move away towards from the inmate allows you really quickly you didn't mention to the inmate that it was Natasha that had recommended that right? Okay. Good. Good good for sure. He doesn't know it all. Not. Even a I mentioned that I was on a podcast but he was interested. Okay go ahead. So yes. So I I, really like I guess I was trying to put myself out there a little more and I got ahead crush on this guy at work. And then. For. But no. Yeah. No. Then covert happens after that the the whole. The whole kit and caboodle. So. I'm so because because of that, it's been hard to put myself out there and Yeah. Just been convenience to. Be Talking to someone who has a lot of free I? Mean everybody is free time but he how many? How many times a week are you talking? He's actually doing for you time. Mia How many times a week are you talking to them five? I? No No. No. I talked to him probably like once or twice a week with the the thing is that actually for the past month and a half or so he's been in the whole Eight. He's in the hall because allegedly he incited a riot says, he didn't do. That is the most romantic thing. I have ever heard who do you. Like he allegedly started a riot. I honestly believe he like, no hang addict one of the guards and it and it got out of hand like he probably did start something but I don't think he was like even as creative to have started a Ho chant, you wouldn't have like he wouldn't have wanted to do. That is fun. Maybe he felt your energy and Oh, you know what probably happened you started he could feel your energy moving away. He remembered when you said the podcast then he like did some research he downloaded the episode of the honeymoon podcasts in the moment he came out of the library. Attica and just like set all of his sheets on fire and Soda Prison Riot that loves. So. That would that would be funny if he I know he only has access to an MP three player with a limited amount of song So I don't think he'd be able to cast but now we're so okay see out of the whole. He's out of the whole. Now I actually just spoke to him earlier today for the first time in a long time. Were you in the whole while you spoke? He. He's out of the whole now he. Was Making a joke a whole joke whole whole so Say it again say again, whole whole in the whole in your whole whole. Did you guys masturbate on the phone? I guess what I'm asking you have you guys had phone sex. Oh. No No. No not yet. Oh, it's gotten more platonic but you know I kind of what do you think Tasha I'm kind of adjusting my. Advice which were all of our advice was absolutely correct. But now that it's quarantine, I'm Kinda like, Hey, why not ride this? Until it's over a little bit. It makes it makes his Kovic better, his his prison time better. Your quarantine better. You're in prison now to why not? What do you think? Yeah this is a good time to have a a prison pen pal. I was also thinking maybe like if I dated anybody in the future I, just have a stipulation that I have a prison pal like that sometimes i. Just feel with that that sounds like What's the word for that? They work for that task? Can you think of a phrase or word for that? If some of your dating was a lover imprison that they often have phone sex what would you call that in the early stages of dating? A deal breaker dealbreaker. That's call that. dealbreaker yeah. I. So maybe I'll I won't mention that ultimate deal-breaker I do just do you know I do I do have a violent criminal that I've a romantic interaction with? To suggest there's A riot since our last pot. For starting a riot but you know what? Who knows man I mean maybe maybe not. But that's the thing I can see you're getting kind of close your like you're thinking even if you meet someone else, you still want to always talked to him. So that's something that. You know you you have to choose. Yeah. You WanNa Fall in love with him. You're like that lady. anti-death penalty activists lady sister Prejean is that her name? Anybody know who I'm talking about. She's like a famous anti death-penalty none your like the lady sister Prejean of phone sex for prisoners. It's like when you date somebody else are going to be like look I don't even want to do this but there are men on the inside that need a hot breath phone call for me once in a while or they won't be able to make it I don't think you should do thing that you're thinking i. don't think that's a good thing. I would never. Never, date someone like I do have a prison. Phone sex person. Part of my life. Okay. So then if if what if I meet them I, don't mention it person that I think it's really serious than like I just stop I looked up better I like that better. I mean obviously, you know what we think you should do well, no. As soon as you meet someone who's not imprison. It's the lowest bar possible. It's literally not. Behind bars. Because there's no. It's it's really hard to like build future with someone in prison. Yeah. That's one of the classic was pieces of Wisdom. The out. Wednesday guy out. He has like two two and a half more years. But like after he gets out, you know he's going to be in Kentucky and like it's going to be not easy for him to travel I. Don't know I. Haven't I imagining he'll be I. Have One last question. Do you guys talk? Do you talk about when he gets out. Yeah like yeah like 'cause I feel like he is. You know a friend so like even if it's not romantic like maybe I wanna meet him eventually I know might be. A bad idea to bring that up to in the early stages of dating. will be out in a couple of years and I will be visiting. Not, a purely fantasy thing the definitely. Be Real. I'm Kinda like with you during quarantine. It's like we're all in a fantasy world. So like why not indulge a fantasy for a little while longer enjoy it while you can but once this thing tapers off. Well, I think you should go back and listen to the first episode because that's our advice. Once, my swansong. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, Good Luck Mia Mia, we love you. Thank you for keeping in touch. All right. Thanks guys. Bye. Sweet also you know she could meet another kind of phone Powell. Why not me? She's good at that that she likes to talk on the phone you know like go to some other sites. They have phone sex or meet some gone tender, their phones or he's like. Fuck was that. I've never experienced anything like that. You're the best phone sex I've ever had is like, yeah. Well, I've been in the Shit I've been practicing with the inmates. We've got a bunch more but that felt like a really good place to end today's episode maybe. Everyone who called in and maybe when we get, we get bored again, we need to do a a Ricky Schroder. Where are they? Now, we'll just do partout and listen to some more updates but. Tosh I have to tell you. I've loved every second of this podcast with you. I love our fans. I love our secret levers. I love our advice getters. I love our guests. But most of all. I love. Rossi's I love office. But also. I love you too.

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RFT 437 Air Force/Airline Pilot Manny Montes

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

59:37 min | 5 months ago

RFT 437 Air Force/Airline Pilot Manny Montes

"This is the ready for take-off podcast episode four, thirty seven. My name is George. Not only and today I'm talking to Manny Montes but first let me tell you about our sponsor. The HANFF is novel series. If you like aviation combat action, it's marked by real events in Vietnam. I know you're really going to enjoy the ham fist novel series and guess what You can get the first book the first audio book in this series totally free go to free ham fist dot com and sign up for an account with audible. Now here's the deal You can. You can get that book and then you can quit audible before thirty days and you still get to keep the audio book. So it's up to you audibles a great program, but you can get that book totally free either way right now, fasten your seat belts and get ready for takeoff. I'm joined today by Mandy Montanez and you know this is a Hispanic American month and it's a real pleasure to have manny with us. Manny was a former forward air controller flying lovie tens in Vietnam and. We were talking before we started this recording. We might have even worked together at point when he was a I was a fighter by going to have to check my log book on that and if we did if it turns out, we did, I'll put that information in the show notes. Many thanks again for being with us. Today. No George Thank you very much pleasure meeting. You Man I heard a lot about you and here we are finally joined up finally. So now you have a really inspiring story of the American Dream Strategy Sounding Cuba? Well. I was born in Cuba and live there until I was. Thirteen years old. I saw the revolution. I remembered completely you know Tammi Levin twelve thirteen. And my folks got wind of what was coming actually my mom. Was the one that urged my dad family leave my brother and I it was only four of us. and. So two and two years later after the takeover and I remember all that like like yesterday. That's why I get a kick out of when I hear these idealist AK-. People Socialism and all that I of. You have to leave it I I remember the firing squad live on television. I, remember seeing it on TV yes. There's some videos on Google, I saw those young boy. As two story short. My folks are middle class people buy they were. Educated by Volvos Pharmacist. My father had finished law school. In the nineteen twenties but he never Needed practice law. Bombie von, he was an old Spaniard you know the. Well it's crazy guy with great is black hair an heckle it athlete. So he he We were middle class. Upper class. Upper class not wealthy. We were not involved politics of corruption in any of that but withdrew education by folks were able to say as time to punch out. So. My mom had a boss out of the family into the spider side at a dog several doctors are one of US lived in New York. It was MD and New Jersey actually across the river. And he said, why don't you apply to come to the US? So we started doing the paperwork and forever and ever and ever paperwork. And stood in line of the American Embassy of mentioned to you over the phone at the American embassy in the hot sun for hours at a time. Come back again, nine hours time. We got. Permission to migrate to. The. US. And Castro dot time I was playing games with a caveat Communist. Socialism and all this nonsense I. Remember vividly every time I watch the news I get I try to keep up. And finally. He said was rumors going Atlanta American left people have great for rovers they call it a bolas falls. The role is like a furball that fix af- and so my folks said it's time to leave we. We had a home amidst small home. We didn't have any property we didn't have any lands we didn't have any. Factories and we packed our bags, my folks left all the documents to. Other parts of the family hoping that you know if things got better but the government came into nationalized everything. I still have pictures of the house. And Little House that we lived in middle class over. So we came to America and. We took those ferryboat flit up my mom and Dad My Dad flew out alone at my mom and I and my brother who's fifty bucks of the night came on the ferry boat they used to go to key? West? And he flew out because at that time there were saying, Oh, you're leaving the country or no you can leave and. So we split up and we're joined up at Miami to back couple a little bit of a about a relation that. We used to live off the end of Columbia Military Airfield which is a Cuban air. Force airport. And all are plays fly over the house. When I was eight, nine, ten I used to sit on the curb George. Watch a C forty, six, forty, seven I watched the sea fury dropped Chock Bob's be forty-sevens and I would be awed by all of this what day. Ot Bird shows up the final turn I've I've measured on Google. The end of the runway a mile and a half. So these guys come in five hundred feet and I was heavy Asian and that's when I got my eviction bug but fastball recant do America with nothing hardly spoke English. We moved to the Miami area for a little bit. Mean this is like. Being a new planet. And but my father got a job. OR DOT in West, Memphis Arkansas so. They said, well, we're moving to Arkansas. So I went to Hell is Arkansas. So we look up at the Sakho Pedia. My Mom my dad. Limited, Bonzo we had. They bought a fifty three pontiac straight. And we packed everything we had in a car with look like Gypsies Have Picture? Above was Organizer Perfect and it was amazing. So we drove all the way to West Memphis Arkansas the. This is a nineteen. Sixty two, I can't remember. Something like that. My question was, do they play football here because I was a I became a big football. American football. AFICIONADO. Well Arkansas University of Arkansas just won. The national championship a year before. As a they've done I was in India. We were like, Hewitt's in Arkansas. You know they were very nice to us in Arkansas they were freely accepted us I mean down to Earth and we started high school and started playing football high school kid. And You spoke English. Own. Bookie you. partway right I remember grade school being the school bus and I this is not for your your listeners that your viewers and. They used to say to me. I didn't say much because I was did know I speak I remember a couple of times. A couple of kids says, okay, you cluster. Speak Up. You know I I remember that. And I turned around and I said, okay you bastard died is speaking. Vast. At the driver turned around and said. That's a bad word son. So I. Because when when when kids assimilate into our society which I'm a big believer in assimilation I don't believe in In Dole Education you do language all of this right if if you're thrown in school and you have any kind of parental guidance, you learn the language really fast. Absolutely my father didn't speak a word of English until he got this. Cool Yup. We went Put me the knife. At the eighth grade and the Latin schools, the Cuban schools or a little more advanced. And then they put me move me a great forward, which is not a good idea because I had graduated from high school at Sixteen. Area. And so anyway I played high school football that they offered me a scholarship. Do Arkansas State University. The little school is State School. that a blessing because again, we didn't have any money for my folks excuse me to send us to college or there was no telling you I remember when? He gave me a nickel Divi. Candy Bar I think Milky Way was a nickel or dime probably remember. And we thought we data into heaven. So this this scholarship allowed me to go to college. And again, the language I've been in the country only we have been in the country only four years we go to college. Well Freshman English was what? Was Wild. I had a teacher. That said, you know when you get into teacher was to know, will you write your Grammar Center Structure Syntax so wrote this Little Book A. Go what is it theme? What is a blue books? I wrote a bunch of stuff. Never forget that she wrote come and see me not a good thing. And she said you've got problems. I said Oh boy college English Freshman English anyway went back to the football a dorm and the quarterback of the team was an English Major. And he said look I, want you to start reading. Media Time magazine Newsweek a we have one of the rich guys at the team or a rich where the well to do family, and he had a subscription to Time magazine. So would take the magazine and I would read and I would circle the words and I would write the meetings that look I still have a notebook in my office that made throughout the years with all the big words, and that's I learned English by reading and and and this fellow said to me the way. You speak the way you think. So. I. Am thinking and you write it down. That's how you right? Anyway. So I finished college. I played college football with some pretty good teams I mean for Small College we were then. And I I had to fly. You know I've always couldn't get this out of my head. and. So I took some flying lessons, my mom had back to Bob wet to did her pharmacy school again at the University of Tennessee and Memphis she applied. They'll woman just got it. There acted out. Two degrees from what a doctor from the university Havana which is a really good. University at the University of Tennessee Pharmacy School Twenty years apart. So, this kind of example you know came about and. It was No money, but I was having a scholarship. So the school. And I'm taking. Every required class there is. The. Tennis and badminton. Spanish political stuff. It's. The objective was to graduate. How'd you doing Spanish? Believe it or not. It was hard. It's like majored in English. Okay All. Right. So so now they were you in ROTC. Know Well Dad did have to because I was not a citizen yet. Okay. You know so they. They said that Tokyo but I sent you a essentially a picture of my draft card because that plays into the story. and. My senior year that draft Ford says Komodo over readings still have a letter. From the President Lyndon Johnson. You have been drafted so into the draft board. And I said, Hey, dude, I have three months. This good ole boy from Arkansas says boy you've been drafted. You'RE GONNA go with the an goes Sarah three months left to graduate may get a deferment now you don't get wherever. So. Excuse me. I was very dejected. So I go to the movies. Walk into this movie house in Jonesboro Arkansas. There's an air force mannequin. You know an air force add you've seen him. Sure. Grants on a flight, suit a bag and a g suit and a helmet, and it had a big cutout over thirty eight that said make your. I love. I win. What an idea so I went back to the air force. Recruiter. And he says boy won't be a pilot and I go. Yes. There all my life I wanna fly since I was a little boy in Cuba I don't remember what my accent was like I, you know my English must've been not as good as it is now and he goes we gotta take all these exams here tests you know if you remember though sure. Rap for. Know more math by the grace of God I passed. You know. So he calls me up two weeks later he goes hey, boy. You pass the test. You are be an air force pilot at I said, where do I sign up? Really and I said, well, what about the draft that he says the hell with the draft you come here. They swore me in I became an American citizen just. Got To. Be A citizen to be an author of the US right. They signed the him signed up. And the Air Force Call it delayed enlistment program. So I graduated from college, which was great. That was a carpenter for the summer and the fall. October. The night of Nike Sixty Nine I was getting off the bus San. Antonio. For ots right. Welcome to another do work. Though it we have Cuban. Revolution. To a country nobody get your butt kicked kicked her out of college because I was three years younger than most everybody graduated at de Lackland Air. Force Base It on trade school. Well, I'll be down by old Spanish generic around hard headed, driving wanting to do it Christmas Day of sixty nine. Second Lieutenant Marcus. Bad. I was proud day. That was nine months nine years. A little over nine years since we arrived in the US. So now they go well, we're going to send you to pilot training our go waterfall up at waiting for. At rent a at Lackland when you were doing all the. Parties around the quadrangle you could see the thirty eighth flying overhead. Right. Ellie in Randolph and everything I. Said you to poly training randolph hours just really pissed because everybody s go to Willie. Right and and the cool basis and I want to be stuck here. Well, it turns out to be one of the Best Assignments Command Command base you know ran off was just a wonderful base. And it right two weeks later. I was impala. Train. Learning, how to fly tweets and t thirty seven for your viewers may not know what a tweet us. And boy that was hard. Work busted my you know. Training. Well. academically in those days you remember you and I are sank contemporaries right You're you're probably sixty, nine, zero, five, sixty, nine Oh, two. Oh two up seventy one, zero, five. Okay. They divided academics went third thirty, seven and thirty right and Birch together. I did academics I had an eighty one average, eighty, two pass or It was tough. You competing with electrical engineers. I. Mean All these guys around. Barely make out of college of a guide to country. And flying wise. I had a ninety four at the tweet, an ninety, six, thirty, eight. Average beyond to about nineteen out of thirty. Thirty guys Thirty four I can remember I was right at the middle eight percent. Okay. So they said Lieutenant. You need more flight experience, you're going to t t thirty three at Hamilton Air. Force. Base in California and the Air Defense Command. And it was a lead program to one zero six, which is a bunch of Bull Air Force was winding down. So I said and t thirty three that's airplane that I used to sit the curve right at about flying. Did you ever fly the t thirty three and Air Force? Actually I did I fluid in fighter leading trading at? I can't remember where I was. At. Myrtle beach fighter lead in training we had a thirty three's. Great airplane to learn how to fly instruments for your viewers that may not know much about flying. Instrument flying as the most important thing in the world for staying alive, you can pull agee's and ten g's allow. But when the weather's down, two, zero, zero instruments and if the teacher he three had that old j two or eight attitude indicator. At I remember learning to do A. By not looking at the. Not only did we have that y'all string in front of thing, right? I. I. went out there and I was in a fighter squadron. All these guys have been veterans of Thud Ridge they were one zero, five guy is f four. F One hundred guys those threes lieutenants. Guys and they they doco San. I. Never Forget it I. Still Stand touch with my first flight commander Perry Hubbard. Was a retired of Phoenix now we talk he's eighty something years old. Wonderful Memories and you know I was twenty two years old in San. Francisco. Flying t thirty, three's having a grand time. Something was out right because I've I joined air force to fly and fight. That was the old motto remember. The mission of the Air Force is. Fight. It was on every poster. You'd see every base, right Then this throughout the years and later on when what convinced me. To try to get out and join airlines although I love the military was when some secretary of the air force kick down and said the mission of the Air Force is to fly be a good administrator I. Don't know if you remember that Anyway back to back to Hamilton in California. Because of my Spanish. Finagle into a great job working as a junior eight for. George. Similar. Sooner. Of course. I was a general's aide for George settler. He hosted. Code Heff met, which is a conference of chiefs of Latin American, Air Forces in San Antonio. No. Wait a minute. General similar crashed in his eight he and his aid were killed right and I was the guy was eventually going to take his job. How I Yeah Providence and So I went down to Randolph did tdy out there for six weeks and Great success learn a lot from. The old man he was a World War Two hero, right? It was completely. Complete. A he was a real hero. He really was. You know he he got shot down after Nora up to Normandy and he evaded and he dodged. The. Nazis and he fought with underground finally went back to England and. So. I after this conclusion I, he knew because I was a young guy I was twenty three and a half almost not even twenty four. It just made first tenant and he goes what do you want do? I go. Well, you know I want to fly fighters every kid's west to fly fighter. But the war was winding down. So He. Came in real nice letter of evaluation. And the next thing I know he says. My opinion is you need to go to South East Asia you know rat Hamilton disclosing down right. The Southeast Asia get a combat tour. Come back some like you did you know parallel. I said yes. Sir. So I had no idea of my my air force. Fighters spiders, spiders, fighters you know, and then the guy calls me up and he goes dude, you're going to be tense. Fighters the pipelines being closed. You know because of the war was winding down right. I said we test. So I looked at up bad. It was like an airplane. So here I go. To. Hobart field. Summer Seventy two, you know beautiful weather the beach. Partying all the time you're going to war you know you wanna be serious, but you want to have a little fun too. And got checked out the lovie ten there. And went straight to donate to the. Tax. Send you a picture that patches that cool. Right that same I had. Yes. He'll be flying on top of the dog. Picture of me standing in front of the of the plaque outside of covey ups with that. Picture. So now were you flying in your flying out of country then right over levels Well, we got to hang into first day. They told us all you new guys. You GotTa look out for the rocket attacks remember those sure. And they play some fast jokes on me. They made me a guard one night to go out of the perimeter. I was very naive. And So we were flying. in-country allows both okay. the too because Cambodia was not gonNA rearranged in Cambodia had not opened yet did later on. A tour. Though, we flew Lau solely up to the DMZ. Vietnam of country all the way to the DNC and always south to July into play coup I. Know You've done that sure cont did he? and all of that. Did when the war did. They moved us over to at KP. In Thailand. Thailand and confident confident I'm real. Tight air, force base in Thailand. That's right now found. Like the Russia tiny hotel downtown von. He proudly. That put a stevie wiser because with that, we both do their Whibley's we still flew Laos and. Cambodia opened up. Three months earlier nothing could you know we couldn't shoot a BBN? Cambodian. Three months later. Anything that moved out to be as the war got to be really interesting at that stage and. And they threatened us with an F. E. B. If you flew near the buffer zone. they said so as your land will have an Feb inflate evaluation board, that's where they take your wings away from right at flight evaluation word whereas trial for just you know. and. So we could sit we would fly up to the. DNC. To the to the Zoll. George Tuesday, and for your viewers, we could see the NBA trucking down wide open debate done the rooster tails from the trucks. And, we couldn't hit him and they were all still carrying. AMMO and everything for the big eventually. Of the doors to the south. And it was The morale was not so good because here we are. What are we doing here? You know join to fly fight. Then this. Okay. Now we're GonNa go to Cambodia where maybe you can shoot some things up well. Another. Another thing. That was quite interesting. they gave was. Voted photo targets you know they give you a by De Black and white Nigo there and say, okay as a target you bob it and I go wait you know. So fact on scene commander. So you go down there and there's nothing. So it became. It became Yeah. Okay. Moving target over here. You know ten clicks over here, drop all your box the. One of the. Bad things about the bureaucracy that we all learned I'm sure that when you flew fours over there, the Phantom. There was a lot of. Politically. Correct. We can't hit the pagoda. And we can hit this weekend hint that and then I became dissolution. Because I joined to fly at fight. That's why I volunteered to come here. And So. My tour was over a made it. Knock on. Thank God and Made US rocket attacks Cambodia ceasefire. I've I've going to send you some pictures. Of. Landing in Japan, and then you have to take your name tag off. Right you know. What do you do it? You tell anybody your landing there but there's an airplane that says US Air Force. Just at became very disappointing. So what did you do interview after after South? East as you where were you assigned? Is I got lucky. Everybody was coming back to. Some weapons systems or not sodas and I came back and said, T thirty structure by. And Laughlin Air Force Base. So back to Texas, I spent most of my time in Texas less forty years. At First Laughlin you go my God Laughlin. was great assignment. One of the best ubt basis for the air force. And I spent three years there a regular officer, my first board. For those viewers who don't know officers are reserved and regular and what's the difference? The regular officers cannot be fired you can. You can be there to your ninety six years old at the tenant if you're editor. At, and so They said you got got assignment for you. Oh okay. What is it? and. You had instructor pilot Instructor Trade Pat Randall, my Alma Mater, and I went holy macro isn't that wonderful but it? Gives you another two and a half three years of commitment, right? I started county and I had a friend of mine is the airlines are hiring? They're going to hire the rumors get down. And I went to the office and I said, I'm getting up. And I. and I ended up with the job at northrop, which is a of you're at Donald Gartrell. Great Spruce. Tedious. Aircraft Manufacturing Weapons Systems Company. and was a customer relations guy. That I wasn't flying. But I was networking. You know we all network and everything. and. The semi dewaele on lived in Hawthorne California. Playa. Del Rey I was cawthorn and I learned a lot about aircraft manufacturing and I gave tours. Was Fun, but I was flying right. And I'm going to join the National Guard. Joined the, guard. It on -Tario Guard Air National Guard. In California. At that time I thought they had oh twos at that time. They did. They did okay off. I said I don't Care Air Force and I remember. Taking a couple rides. Great. Bunch of guys in the. California. Ontario Guard mostly continental guys. Some American guys but mostly continental guys and I remember getting a ride in the old to Ottawa Ontario away to palm springs. And the good old owed to set a three, thirty, seven, you know. So I get hired by American. Oh, my God you know. Again. Thank God get on your knees. Say you're blessed. Thank you blessings and American sends me I. GO Training Dallas America Sesame Washington D. C.. So. Go to the National Guard Commander I go guys. I. Can't commute here. Right I tried I tried it a month. So I up the Air National Guard squatted Baltimore the as thirty seven squadron which was incredible. Wonderful A lot of eastern guys of American guys. And I was waiting to get checked out. At that time the Texas National Guard calls me up. Arkansas Texas they go. Hey you wanna fly f what hundred. I go I've been waiting for years to be a fighter pilot I mean the eight, thirty, seven as many fighter right? Right. I said where do I sign up? Till I transferred to dial us and went to school in Tucson and the F. One, hundred, Gotcha out and. I fight on after all these years of word to the Air Force. told me no you can't fly fighters unless you float up before and none of us could understand what that been finalized. So I got to fly the F one hundred guard. And it was wonderful. I mean I always wanted to fly therefore what you you had the honor of doing. But I. Tell you fly though high was just how long did you do that? I did that for about two years us. There the demands of the Air Force for a fighter pretty high to stay proficient. And and airlines I was flying seventy, five eighty hours a month. And I quit the guard and. In a way I'm sorry that I did. But in a way I'm glad that I did because I did my duty for my country I gave the country ten years. The s the best ten years I volunteered for combat tour. I did my duty there. I learned a lot about things said it's time to be a regular airlines pilot right so when you started out at American what what equipment were you on A plumber, the seven, twenty, seven, Okay Bite. Engineer. And I was only an engineer for a couple of years right and then crandall took over. And he's GonNa Change Airline idiot and he mated to a profitable beast. And it started furloughing. And I went back to from co-pilot to engineer. So that the numbers are coming down to me one guy that had gotten furloughed was flying for shake at a Saudi shake and the Middle East. So he would come home with all these stories you know. And I go. You know I need to try that but I got a job? So a friend of mine says there's a Saudi prince looking for new captain and a seven to. I go. But I don't have a rating on it, but I'll go get ready. So we got a rating in the seven, twenty seven. How much did that cost you? Back in about eight gram. But I was I was I was a CO pilot an airplane. So I had like four four civil rights. And a cheque right now I, it'd take pot a traitor. Because we didn't have the the simulators back then. So. I rented a seven twenty-seven from American. or an hour and a quarter. For Six Thousand Bucks And it was a pilot trainer. American was flying there guys check them out and I got to pay for the gas I guess, right? But I got my ring so I go back. Focal. Hey, you still interested that. Yes I have. Because I thought if I could take that job given, keep a guy from getting furloughs your you know take a. To do it. Sure. I was thirty three years old I thought hell. I don't the mentally where's this at Saudi Arabia said Prince of Saudi Arabia No. One of the many princes. We don't know much about this couple of phone calls and I said as long as he's a good guy. So I take a leave of absence from American my seventh year. Get the Gotham getting furloughed and here I, go blasting after. I got there. I was a captain on a seven twenty-seven. At Eight, thirty, three flying over the world with a number twenty prince of the. Kingdom, to allow. Me To allow his father of lead. The Ultra Rich Guy now right? I. Remember while lead was a proper. You only had a Jetstar for his private. I spent one year, fly the world. And the Kingdom Europe and Africa. Everywhere. And, what an experience that was, I I should write a book about that that really I sent you a couple of pictures I grew a little beard and wore the jobs and everything. Well. If the stuff hits, the fan I WANNA look like a local. So anyway, year went by. That after a year, the contract, our contract said. Up to one year you lose seniority. So I said, no, I'm not going to lose Yari I stayed over there probably made a lot of money in Ronald? but back then. Things are not as nice as they are now a lot of change in the last thirty years in the Middle East but I I've got to I've got to do all of it I. We had to go to Djibouti Somalia. Nairobi. Cairo I mean we did all of that home. At Two united guys in my crew that were furloughed. A guy named Bob. Gilder I don't know if rings a bell does. He's a little older than me and flooded Chenier. was also United Guy, and so we've flu around the low the place, and then after that came back to American and I went back to pilot and the Super Eighty and. Never looked back I flew the super eighty for five six years both to the left seat. Flu Captain and. All of their planes. And and Even flew to fly the DC co-pilot. International Finished up this triple seven for the last six years most wonderful flying machine in the world I. Love that airplane. So now, what age did you return sixty or sixty five? Sixty I didn't make the cut off. Because I have a son that came came late in life when I was forty seven. And So he lived with his mom and we live very close by out of the clear blue sky what they shows up in my backyard we've talking we very close and he says I want to come and live with you. said. So my plans have going to fly with George Nali and Dave. Jet Airways out the window. that. Well, I got two choices. I sacrifice my personal ambitious. And I stay home and play Mr Mauve coach Dad. Teacher. Make. Show my son away. So I stayed home I didn't work. I did work I was I got up in the morning I would take it to school until he got. His license and I bought an old red Texas truck. I took him to Normandy friis. We'd gone sellers we walked A. Sacred beaches in. Normandy, together. I took him to Moscow took him to Saint Petersburg. I took up with. The Farnborough Air Show or lead South America. And this guy is up at an apple Louis. So I go. Well. Okay. You could have gone to the Air Force Academy and I said, you're not hurting my feelings you saving me half a million bucks you go. Though he goes to an apple is any bust his butt study I mean he's he's a smart guy. He studied much in high school and you know those academies are very, very tough. So He. And then he says, data got news for you like, okay. What is this I won't be of marine. I said. What's wrong with that? The only the only war trophy that against the war were to marina force. Deflated motions. Squatter that. Bob Hard. Targeted a week. Later I got a yet kong flag on a little a little paper bag delay. July. Was Airstrike I I celebrated the Marine Corps Birthday on November Tenth Nineteen sixty-nine at Kempton denying those marines know how to throw a party. Paul George near Covey, dead the cubbyhole the. Of course. That was right across the OPS. Desk. You know we would. We would what I was there. We have the Wolfman, they call it they find the back seat of the only ten and we go up here the DNC at night into already already fired. So we come back in, anyway, we'd be drinking a few beers there at the coming home and the Coho was full of. Beer was the floor I was. It was a perfect ramble. And the rocket attacks would go off on rockets, rockets, rockets, and eggs under attack at all all of his air force guys would be Biba on the floor. The Marine guys will be steadying of the of the of the counterdrug interfere going you air force your budget blankety blank. Wild that's crazy. You know I got to tell you this story real quickly for our listeners to. During Operation Linebacker. There was. There was a marine. Four pilot he was bar cap and he had just fired a missile at a MiG. And another big came up behind him and shot him down. Now, if it was an air force pilot in the parachute, he'd be under survival radio saying help me help me rescue me. I'm on my way down this guy gets on his survival radio. Well, he's still in the parachute and he says somebody come up on guard and tell me if I hit that son of a bitch. And I said, you know if one more marine gets shot down on the other side of we'll have them surrounded. Those guys are amazing. So so now tell me about starting to fly again. Okay. So he went onto an apple Louis and didn't fly. For four years, I stayed home. I was just here so. He goes off to an apple. Lewis and. And I have a beautiful lovely wife his mom but a different person. And we were having a grand time you know and everything, but then. I felt like I was still pretty young. I was only sixty five. And? So I got I got a lot of France's South America and one of 'em was a video for one of the South American Airlines. That fair. and. I can't fly now because past sixty, five but training. So, this guy calls me up and he goes, Hey, C E in Sao, Paulo Meza Triple. Seven. Instructor. Ivo. Hello. Chicago dragging, my first contract. So I had flown the triple seven and five years right so I well. I don't want bears myself. I studied assistance. So I ran it. Or hours of San from American the triple seven. So. You're sending you're sending. American Airlines Way. Did. So. Day there. So. I went to Sao Paulo what a great Gig I was out there for two and a half months. A the oldest triple seven sem in the world they had bought it from Air New Zealand Okay and I was I was training. Day Tammy triple seven guys and. To make a funny story Boss calls me up and he goes what are you doing and I go well, I'm off today come down to the office. This is all in Portuguese. Spanish English mixed up. So. To meet Captain I forget his name, I'd go. Hey You know talking? Portugual. Blah Blah Blah I go what's going on here you know I never I was told about this. So he said he's said. That she's of training for Tammy. Tam Airlines back. Right call it. You know that. and. I said, okay you know. So we have this interview he shows me Tammy Cure H, which is nothing but the Boeing r h with the top things and it goes okay. Thank you. We salute goes. Thank you and go. Let's go. Let's go to the simulator. And I go. or He had told me foreign and I thought he wants to see how well I struck, right? We go into semi puts me on the left seat of the Sam you know. Had Four hours of flying the SIM at the last six years well managed to get through and everything. So we come out of the simulator and he goes very well. You Begin. Training tomorrow transitioning the Tammy three thirty guys to the triple seven Oh at Holy Shit. So I did that for like too much that the GIG was over they moved all that. Airbus, guys of the three thirty. Came over and we teach them to fly seven seven seven. And then I came home after that and I'm sitting at home with nothing to do. Just. I don't mean to interrupt I'm sorry to interrupt but did you teach yourself Portuguese? Portuguese and Spanish first cousins. And if you speak. Portuguese to me and speaker slowly I understand everything if I speak fluent Spanish Portuguese they understand everything. Perfectly. Okay. So. If it was English Portuguese Spanish in the simulator. But it worked. Okay. I didn't care. He's got he's guys a good pilots down there I'll tell you. Throughout the years you hear about that down there. Let me tell you something. I, there's no different than. Ones that I've seen in work with our good good the wide cut and a big airplane problem. So show now you get home and you still want to fly. I Call I call it flight attendant friend of mine. Who I used to fly with her husband works at ca over here. So I say, Hey, penny you don't talk to your husband. I. Wanted to mention any names and. Here's my resume boom boom the next thing I know. I got a phone call. And I had put it there that I had done work in. South America you're right southbound. Hey, you WANNA come in for an interview. Yeah as a matter of fact, I was still down there. So I've come in for the interview very nice interview of for feet. Feat on squadron. I go. What is feet? Turn out to be one of the most successful. You know like jets, there are world. This is eight nine years ago. So. I said Yeah come in for an interview and I remember the interview them asking me Well, how much money are you looking for I? Never been to an interview had been to an interview. Sense American Airlines seventy six. So. I go I sent to that. Honestly I said I have no clue. Made me an offer. I run the airport I. Go to South Pile, Nusa markup come home again, a couple of weeks later, and they said, Hey, congratulations, we're offering your position as an instructor pilot and defeat on one hundred little one. And I said great and the money was. Really the money was better than myself and my wife had anticipated. Competency. I mean I had never been into what forty two school before, which is an awakening. After a one, twenty-one operation is totally different. Sure. Great. Great guys. Great people the Squadron. Commander. Is a guy that has Zombie former Delta pilot. A lot of GPA, guys, they're they're wonderful. Wonderful. I had I was full time. for three years, and then I decided that it was time to make more money because I was seeing contracts, guys making lots of money, right? Right. So the commitment is when you when you get hired I, don't know how it is at the other competitor but I see you gotta give him two years contract you get tight. And you gotta pay back. Two years and great. Twenty minutes down the road. So the end I checked out of the one hundred, you make them out of France or to begin Brasilia's come up from down there to train I just made a lot of friends and also a lot of contact people. Hey I need a pilot to help me fly. Really, experienced pilots and. So, then you move up to three hundred. They may be a TC. E is called the Trini sooner evaluator yeah. That's right into what hundred. And it got to be a lot of work. Twenty one world, right you have to do a lot of paperwork. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah and Day said three hundred. And I said I don't think so I think I'm GONNA go part time. So in part time. You develop clients something you like and some you don't like some. You have to fire some Yuki and you end up with two or three good clients. Down for guys. Your Age at my age and knock on wood for my cognitive. I take check writes a year. And I'm still you know is more than enough money I don't want to you know. and that's what I do now and I fly the three hundred two or three different air to different types just like being an airline pilot except you make your. I mean not that because I load bags and I. Do preflight the plugs out and that's okay. All of us have done that you miss airline pilots is spoiled. Ge Guys might be on friends is not true most guys can hack it. If they have what they have to. So I've been flying to three hundred. since Four for the last five years and I ended up. Working with the Canadian at C. A in Montreal. And I do a couple of locals and It's great to get up to four five, zero go direct George. You get. We took off from call Idaho last few days ago. As soon as we got airborne, you cleared a four five zero you clear destination. What destination? That's not a fixed? Oh, you're. Well so one leg up above the up there. At is wonderful and it's a it's like driving the seat on three hundred. I don't work for him right ear I've not. I'm not. Telling. You is sick greatest airplane that I've flown since a triple seven of the seven five. Years a little airplane that weighs eighteen thousand pounds soaking wet. You can carry nine people in Mexico, gross weight and go straight up to forty, five, thousand for four or five, zero, forty, forty minutes. So now which what's the longest you've done into three hundred I took it flight took went from Melbourne Florida. To. Poor. Really We went from Melbourne. To Boston Boston to Goose Bay Goose, bay to Catholic calf to London. London to Santa Radi. To the UAE A UA non stop to Chennai India in the. To Koala poor. This is one of my clients, the God like me and he asked me to stay. So the next couple of days to Borneo with. Looking for the Iraqi Taza Borneo. That was a letdown as does big cities Really, really interesting and. Those are the longest flights airplane we can do. We can do four, forty, five or fifty with reserves. And it's strapping on. That is so cool. You have. You have had an incredible career manny as we wrap up what advice do you have for someone I mean your sons starting out in aviation what advice you have for someone who's just starting out in aviation today? I tell them if they really want to fly follow your dreams. For life without drains. Nothing. So if you want to be a pilot. Study hard. You're in high school, get your grades, and if you want to go to you must go to college to fly in the military except the army. I'm not sure what the rules are Air Force and navy the Marines. If you go to college. Major in anything, they don't require any specific major stick with it if it takes six years to graduate from college. Stick with work hard keep your nose clean. Don't get in trouble. And you're you're. In in fine lessons are expensive now. But I, always present it to their some schools out there that prepare you for airline flying, for example. Then, a staked a young guy that wants to be a pilot and not in the military got. At up for sixty thousand dollars, you can get all of the licenses, right? A multi engine rating instrument and some really good equipment. And I, say to them, you buy a car a used car. As twenty, five or thirty. And this investment of a lifetime is Pena's compare at. You know that boy if you're if you're eighteen to twenty right now even though his hoax sorry a hoax. then. They that all of this going away so and and airlines are going to be hiring again. Fifteen hundred, you know I know that I know that we are America talking about fertile they were. And in case you don't know a furlough is a temporary layoff. But they're furloughing people, but there's more retirees at the training cycles. It doesn't make any sense. So if you're two thousand eighteen to twenty at in if you have thought about it, you know they have the introductory. lessons go early in the morning when the air smooth or evening when a smooth air and just take less than a lead the pilot they'll teach you how to turn airplane you know flying around and at if you're really a daredevil. And so but study our. Make Make Command decision I'm going to be a pilot. That's what I did at age ten. And I wanted to fly and look. The. Seventy third orbit around the Sun. NOCCO would young guys go go for it call me get the information from George and I'll I'll I. Meant her kids to George Hallway and I got a couple of kids that are meant to run I pump off. Work since I wish what I was their age I would have somebody to tell me. These things sure shows. Manny. What's on your aviation bucket list? Oh you know what I get wild hair. There's that's what hundred of the College Foundation for about eight grand an hour. But it's the backseat seat. I know. 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Niner Faithful Radio Season 03 Episode 52

Niner Faithful Radio

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Niner Faithful Radio Season 03 Episode 52

"What's up y'all should not faithful. How's everybody doing hope? Everyone is having a legendary week so far. So Eddie moment we have a special guest returning back to the show It away because it kind of surprised for a long time. Viewer but special. Shout OUT TO SOMEBODY. Who's watching the show for the very first time? Even though she's a Kreiger fan you know Don't be too hard on y'all she she's really A GAS ASS. We are so go ahead and feel free to rose there. 'cause you know. Fit but we can't be too hard on her you know not everybody's martyrs US Right Clinton Let me see so. We'll get to go ahead and do a roll call with we got Bob Money. Without Brett how you doing. Hey Hey Jamie how you doing? Hello Kim thank you all for joining us again just before we get started today. I WANNA remind everybody Jamie has to amazing articles that she has Britain. I think it's time for our special guests. Recei not yet dynamic duo is back again. Adam people I'd rather not imagine. Just kinda getting my dangling. Thanks to you. Got To be back and Lovely Day San Diego as check the weather Sony degrees so not much to complain about. Yeah we're we're right about there about about the same as you. I think we're like sixty eight something like that. Yup Yup so we're GONNA go ahead and we're going to get started today. We're going to be talking. Nfl Combine We're also going to get Adam starts on. I hate to bring it up. But we're GONNA have to you know talk a little bit about the just just when we were getting but it is like I was telling everybody So we have A. We have more members of the team. Now add. I'll go on so we were just talking today about it you know. I don't think I'll ever be over it. You know unless you're only wanted to be honest with you. I mean Shit. It's like you know I mean we can't compare to somebody who dying whatsoever so I'm GonNa leave that one out of the equation I mean there's only so much where you can revolve your head around things and then obviously US affecting days literally for days and days and days and obviously you know that night I was like man. I'm not even mad and obviously let's go ahead and bring the cat out of the bag. I mean this inability sheeting in my own personal opinion. Obviously I'm not the only one four hundred faithful the only ones that agreed that people J. Rise you like Matt Hasselbeck on ESPN bringing holding call bringing up to holding Nigga Bosa which led to the big tyreek hill chunk lay the funding part about this is Kansas City. Chiefs fans are celebrating that like that was a moment where changed the momentum for them so the play that has changed the momentum for that was one that was in clear whole that Matt Hasselbeck brought up on ESPN or the day after. Whatever the hell was saying that was clear. Hold and also that would have led to third and twenty seven. God knows what so you know that obviously feeling really good. I was drinking heavily heavily. And the next radio mic talking about her depression like straight out depression. I figure to me Super Bowl. Forty seven is the one that that still haunts my dreams. And I think that's because it was. We still had our undefeated record and it will. I know myself included yard remember when the team was in the Super Bowl. Ninety four I was. I was eight years old so you know I just. That was the first time I'd ever see the team in the Super Bowl. You know and it was a lot more emotions the way I think there by the way everybody's saying what's up to you Adam. Welcome back though some of those on the on the screen real quick But I'll just say the guys next was like. Hey Brussel bring plenty game. Let's go so funny. I literally and I want to say it was when Fred Warner because I have left. I was watching it in a local bar. You're in downtown. San Jose shop blue chips owned by diehard niner. Fan the four-way empire. We go there all the time Rudy Rudy. She'll do so. I had snuck a bottle of gold slogger D- Brielle your your inner. What's it called? Oh she was moving Jota Hill and the other guy. I'll on super bad bring there you go? It's like cinnamon cinnamon cinema. Yeah like a DEKALB's fireball gap. Not as not a cinema mini ice. It'll get you but so I had brought all right at the after party and so when we were going into our When I was going into the wash already they wouldn't let me in with my bag. And then my my president talked woman. She's like they just need to search your bag and I was like frigging bottle in it and she was like oh I was like can I just throw anyway. She left at halftime so I just walked in to where I ended up finished watching the game. I just walked into the parking lot. At Warner picked off or I think it was when we scored scored are access points or that touchdown and so you know I walk into that type by. Oh Go Reuters. All that and I had gone outside for a cigarette. And all this this this dude. We know that frequents the parking live dead. The pizza place was in walks up to me. Had A little personal personal. Jd Shot and a pre rolled joint or maybe it was a it was a joint. And he here Bro. Congratulations and I was like I was like there's still plenty of time but I said thank you and I remember I put in my pocket and I not as still have not drink that singles and I'm not supposed to join. I don't even think joy but the way I kind of look at. It is very news. The biggest penalty to me was holding column. Bosa but I work at up because pretty much. Everybody holds both pretty much. All they do. Co. Holding on way. But the the thing that got was the non roughing the passer on Jimmy. Yeah and has faced helmet-to-helmet against them and those would have kept dropped. Only boy ain't nobody says guaranteed seven but like that happen on multiple occasions where you know them to some points. Even if it's I don't care you know yeah and so to me the finger because you saw Jimmy hold his head you go back and watch you saw. Because I remember looking at the people I was watching the game with going Oh shit. I was like they're going to take Jimmy out. I was like he's gotTa go percussion Concussion Protocol he got. He got rock in his hand and he was sitting there grabbing. You say you kind of feel because if you're like oh I mean I didn't see or they don't see anything you like being her. They somebody had mentioned pretty much right after. I said that there bro. It's probably seven minutes eight minutes left in Super Bowl. They're not taking Jimmy out. You know that she's pretty much. You know. Walk in the direction I do whatever I do. Kinda low he blamed Jimmy. Though you know a couple people other people have brought that out there for not complaining Shanahan and honestly you don't look like sore losers when you bring that fast. They can to be honest like I was jetty. Your just came out like a day or two later and you know kind of classing but also just totally just call out. Kinda vitiating on that. Because you know I've witnessed kind of something like that. Nobody remembers anymore. Because you know the time flies by but it was like Oklahoma City thunder versus Miami Heat and there's litter youtube video shit. You can watch of how the referees essentially controls all the foul. I'm going to see all the Dow's they ended up putting Kaku control the game by essentially just kind of letting the he kind of do their thing and obviously just kind of keeping them in it and they eventually ended up winning series and win the controversial calls once again. Nobody remembers that anymore but nobody from like organization brought that up at all and like once again. How we talk about this. Is You gotTa Complain About this? You got to hear about it because that's how you set up at the post calls. Everybody knows I mean. That's how things go if you don't know it's kind of what? I'm out with that one but I mean. Hey Yo you're trooper Jimmy. I'm glad you're not complaining but I mean it's like some complaints are justified out your cleaning I can. I can understand not crying about every call that one. We'll go ahead and and wrap it up by. This is that how sum this up. I said Look Bullshit called. I'm sorry I don't believe that. The two that led the League voting calls did not grab on defense at all throughout the whole game. There was not one defense of holding cappelli called in Kansas City. But at the because they would be harmed sir they were behind once you behind the rest are just gonNa keep you into it. And that's what part that kind of bugged me. If you eventually led to snakes slither around you this is probably GonNa end up freaking biting your ass eventually. Nothing's been why and Mugo Hatton up in your head and officially show US aid to do this and knows little professional. My boggles my dogs. Doing Mug do you me like two minutes to take him out. Really quick police over quarterback. I'm pretty much. Just go ahead and wrap up. This one was saying that that if you would've told US super bowl Saturday the niners would go in to. Let's just say halfway through the fourth quarter with the ten point lead the wall in the hands. I think the niners don't blow again. I say that's essentially pretty much rigby close to how we won thirteen games in the regular season we get up by a score to grind out that clock you. Jimmy makes the necessary throws when counting on. But we didn't and so with all that said is as much as we want to blame the wraps while we want to say this. Call that call. The ball was in our hands and we need to get it done because the way I look at it is the Super Bowl to me. The one defining play always remember from the super bowl is Emmanuel Sanders pounding. His fist in the end zone known we that that was the game. He was open as soon as I saw the ball ball. Go in and I saw I was like Oh S. touchdown and yes exactly Jason per point exactly ninety nine point ninety percent of the people would have said the niners win it up so it's okay we live we learn and then we get loves. We're on to two thousand twenty. The revenge tour. Yes I think I think as we wrap up season three of nine faithful radio. I think it's very important that we choose gives back will go into this into more detail. But we're going to give a round of applause and tip our cap to Jimmy Garoppolo. I think he had an amazing season. He didn't quite have the five thousand yards jockey could possibly have but yet I also did it. The -ticipant that we would have three running backs with five hundred yards or more. So this is why it's called. Sports Sports Journalism. You know we gotta talk about it but Real quick getting into the Columbine so you don't matter of fact when we go ahead and do our reach right now while we're waiting for adult you can of course find the show as a podcast on everywhere you can find. Podcast please. Rate Review and subscribe really really helps to show out. If you're watching on Youtube. Be sure to hit does subscribe and Notification Bill to make sure you don't miss a single video and make sure to give the video a thumbs up and comment on what you think of the video. You can follow the show on social media on facebook and Instagram at nine faithful radio and on twitter at nine hundred faithful are and you can also follow. Adam at forty niners insiders visit your favorite radio dot com to read our blogs from our wonderful writers. Like Jamie and you can watch. 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If you really think about it hey like top to bottom. We were essentially. That's why I mean. I wish they ended up doing best out of three one day with a super bowls number going to happen. But you know we're not the best humor. Nfc obviously saying line. Obviously we were that damn there to actually be considered the best overall team so talk about that another language. Another huge brick right. I mean to be honest that's when brick by brick and play a little. I mean that was a huge break. We laid out last season. Nath put some shine on that. You know the Nice Golden Chandeliers and all that kind of deal and hopefully that kind of comes out of this upcoming season so for those who don't know. Adema myself both Lakers fans so of course with the passing of of Koby. I remember with me. We're talking about are we? We we talked about how the loss of the Celtics and how that drove. Koby and and I think that's kind of what you would what you're going to see. What the niners this year and so I'm totally with you. I will tell people. This look The Super Bowl broke my heart member. Sorry to cut you off there now. That actually came to Martin. That was Koby said. Let's be honest. Kobe has been driven since day. One they're GONNA get. That's what I'm saying going through tough times. You got him freeze. You gotta embrace paint sometimes. Do we embrace the paint sometimes person myself like you don't necessarily love it? You do it 'cause then like some new life flower blooms inside of you a little bit a little by little and then you WanNa keep watering and that and you kind of want to and then next thing you know the whole plan you feeling feeling good. You're motivated. Because that was his second. That was the second finals. If you count the Pistons once a one two and that's what I'm thinking. Exact same holy third. Time's a charm per se the ravens the Jackie squeakers. Both figures easily could have won. Hopefully in the next one. I think it will be. You know it's funny because talk to the athletes that I was able to talk to minors. Non niners and football baseball. Whatever athlete I think you I'll go ahead. Ed Highlight Jason Comment. The mob mentality is now the reading. Golden Eleven Papa like ESPN breaking news. Saddest you know are I mean you know so I think talking to these athletes that I talk to you. You'll come to find out. They remember the losses. More they talk. You know you'll you'll talk about championship. And they'll be. That was cool. It was cool. I was lucky enough to me. A COUPLA niners this summer Meet a couple of niners from the eighty one championship team win. May Oko did his his Layers to eighty-seven book release. I was able to walk. Walk Up to the event with Tina Turner AARC right and yeah it was it was and Dwight Hicks me. And Dwight Hicks were walking up the streets downtown San Francisco chopping it up way. We've been best friends for twenty years of my life. Yeah but it was talking to him and the most cool amazing part about it was is. He talked about the eighties. Evan loss against the Vikings. And you could tell your thirty three years later. L. That that still drove him and still her and it still bugged him and this is all over thirty years ago. This is a man who won championships and compelled it so definitely. I do think it'll motivate the players. My overall feeling about this season. And then we'll go ahead and move onto the combine Is that look? Super Bowl. Broke my heart but being there at Levi stadium for the NFC championship game. You know seeing Levi stadium from half empty and you know planes flying overhead and just off the craziness that the empire has been through since we've moved there in two thousand fourteen to hosting a packed loud crazy stadium and seeing the Confetti Fall. And just knowing where we had been as a franchise. I have a piece of that Confetti. I'll never get rid of it. And every confetti I get just that feeling of looking at all the faithful nick from the niners a couple of other Other friends that I know and be able to give them hugs and high. Fives pounded beers. And that's feeling that and so when I close my eyes you're thinking about the two thousand nineteen season. I would like to speak that twenty years from now when a beer and my bad chill with Adam as we're doing finishing up a live show I'd like to think that We talk about the twenty nine thousand nine season. That would be the memory that would come to mind myself but Okay so went ahead and a shameless plug. Jamie went ahead and rode winners and losers from the Twenty Twenty Columbine Hyphen about the twenty twenty columbine who stood out to you. Well I mean this is a very tough year. I mean in terms of you know we've always been a delayed getting in a process and all that so I'm not GonNa say here and act like you know deep into the process. I'm actually just kind of barely getting the ball. Rolling on Ashley acclimated with players you know and like a little more than than say the top two. Obviously you know start learning a little more besides and Jerry Judy's and obviously CD lambs and retirement talk away receiver. So we're obviously kind of get into that kind of late because obviously we had a depot season run and you know because obviously last year was like great. Who is taking certain? We possibly cheating now for Josh Allen or possibly even taking Brian Burns and we can take take those of the talk last year and that was obviously quite easy and then we got in the second what we do in the second round we wanting free safety office line going receive and you know a lot of were like. Hey He'll Harry. I don't know what office alignment we. Were talking about last year on top of the second round but you get on saying this year because we have ten thousand regions obviously restricted freezes included. You know it's really hard to pinpoint as far as like what direction we're going to go and so as far as Karma does yells at the wire receiver part of me is thinking like maybe we do kind of Emmanuel Sanders losses. Somebody crazy elected jets is like you know they offer him twelve and a half thirteen million or something like that. The reason so it's like with can get another guy who makes like deal Samuel Jackson top of the second round poor guy. I think he barely makes like a million dollars. I want I want to say it's probably like nine. Hundred thousand could be a little long. I haven't seen the top of the second round actually pay scales but we remember before people third fourth round and shit or making less than a million dollars so you can get it possible day one and I know it's with deebo Samuel a little while to continent Minnesota going opposite. We know he ended up finishing with over eight hundred scrimmage yards for the actual regular season of not mistaken. But we're so we're going to be a good team hopefully again once again. God willing I don't want to sound like rewind twenty fourteen. We're going to be a powerhouse every year rally. We all know this. Different story both. Let's be honest. Guys can kinda get going by by midseason jailer. He was talking about him not even possibly playing. I don't think that's completely ludicrous. Discus chip to go to the Super Bowl but if he can just come back next season stretch as we kind of talked about this bass season that I'm okay with that. So so what position stood out. I mean why are you saying? This is one of the deepest one of the best I thought. Last year's wide receiver draw draft class was absolutely was great. Guy Slid like more than I even thought anticipated. And they're saying this was going to be better. I think about running back a little bit to the running backs I heard office. A line. Group is looking very gray in this debate then then even anticipated us when Daniel. Jeremiah said if I'm not mistaken he said there's like six seven tackles that could end up. Starters on obviously thinking about that can recite rely so. Let's let's talk about this. Mike persons a solid guard. We kinda no. We haven't a person then you have somebody like a what's his name Blanking out over here for a second tackle lease a play for the fleet fuel. I'm sorry Berlin Wayne Garland. No no no. No no not been garland tackle that he played. Who's that from Brownsville Brooklyn? Thank you appreciate that. So yeah we. He ended up actually replacing skill. Obviously they both start at one point when mcglinchey Lynch EA and jokes Taylor both down by Brussels solid and Guard. We still then is was over seventy two. I can remember correctly. So is he a guy that puts out a little more weight and strange once again. He's a former Titan College. That ended up transitioning very late to tackle out of San Diego State. So is he kind of both ends of being right. Guard this year or is he better suitors. Keep working all tackle while being able to bill an hour. Because I'm thinking right now. He resigned. Everybody like I would love to have a dominant right guard. That can take all your Aaron Donald Chris Jones and shit like wishful thinking. And sometimes. Sometimes you know you kind of think like that and you're like well you can't stop these guys on every down basis. There's a reason why they're one of the best. If not be best when you talk about Aaron Donald Position You know what I mean. So I don't know is this really depends on Django. We've already extension of negotiations. I'm sorry but go ahead. Yeah so Depot is making less than a million. His base salary was eight hundred. Forty four thousand hours making sure that so basically mine by approach is I mean. I'm not going to speak for you. But I'm in Camp Trade back I'm encamp trade back in I'm heavy during campaign even if you bring back ninety eight percent of all agents oh even if as nationally if we bring back all our free agents. You're still much especially if we because this arm looking at it is and I'm not opposed if if okay I deal scenario. Let'S SAY WE LOSE I. I don't think we could be back everybody. I don't think I think Jimmy awards much lock I would I would because I just don't see a high safety market and be just because I see him really wanting to be with the team. I really want And I'm seeing almost not a hometown. Discount almost had. We kept you here last year. You know maybe throw us a bone. He really about that. I think he's got to try to get paid and I don't blame them because right now he's about to turn off and clean and twenty eight. I think actually twenty nine. He came out of college a little later. So I mean that's the scenario racing is how is more right now while we're on the subject and see that's my thing about it is is wrong. We we were talking about him be ready lashing his job. He put finding the Super Bowl. I think so. Please end the instinct. Play that they ended up caught wind. Ganga's we were behind. I think his head around when he had his pick. I thought that was the game. Su I thought it was after and so This is my thing is exactly is. I'm not so oh my God. We need to safety. We need to save say. I don't think we're going to draft at least in the first round. I don't think we're going to say I. I think what they're GONNA do is they're gonNA if Jimmy Ward does walk. I think they're gonNA try out various more. I think that's a problem. Biggest knock was simply taking some bad angles. Jong plays what comes to mind is the steelers game. If I'm not mistaken I mean what's most important out of that position. Let's be honest it's ridden coverage and I thought he did really really well in coverage throughout the year honestly speaking is is is. I mean Jimmy Ward literally play lights out but once again surprise price and price even argue honest and having his breakout season as well. Why the hell these guys play so good. I mean let's be honest front seven. You know what I mean the linebackers doing their thing the front four. Rian their pressure. Your word is essentially kind of cut out. There's not a lot of ways you can go. There's not a whole lot of things to read at times. And that's one you know. I kinda posted a video the other day. I don't know the original guy who threw it out there. But it's literally if you Change Your Jersey you think Thomas from two thousand twelve. He was essentially kind of playing a single high against the Vikings Savan days. Catch the corner out and Jimmy. War literally runs like twenty five yards. Probably Twenty twenty twenty five whatever and this could almost had a catch what he knocks him out of the play where he doesn't even have a chance to get it and huge play. I mean I'm sure you know some other teams out there that need to say. Look at that play right there. It'd be like we need to get Jimmy War because there's not a lot you're talking about that brings wars value because if you're eighteen so you're talking about all right thanks more. I'm more just 'cause just because just because Jimmy Ward walks on absolutely have to go safety first round. I'm listening back into Golsen when he walked. And we ended up cheating over Eric read. Obviously you know that was that was a solemn move. I don't think you can blame bulky whatsoever and we gave them a third and move up like thirteen spots to the cowboys Tom. Reid ended up playing really well after I obviously but who do. We have behind shovels before we had to read. Cj spillman like. I literally can't remember who the back of our back and the backup zero was nobody near possibly ready to take over. That role for goal. Says what we'RE GONNA agree all right. Jay Yeah Jason Ask. Is it too early to have this sherm to safety conversation yet? I he's going to be honest. The only way Shin community safety is if you put away would play. Sean Safety Am I. I don't think he would play Bingo. I just doesn't Berry. Was this way regardless of whatever he says. the NFC championship game. That long past two. I don't even remember who it was too but seven and not not super bowl. Nfc Championship game. Oh to go devante Adams and the Sammy Watkins. Walk Ins play actually. That's what Sammy Watkins. And he got one admitted. Look we all love Sherm. It you know all that look. I. I've learned to like sherm after he made that pick an is it. Hey look you know. He makes the point. Get us a championship or you know to Super Bowl. I'll like him and a man of my word but he's he does not have the speed to play. Freeze you excellent. Strong say he has placed on say because he's a certain tackler Oh yeah sure tackler shirked gets in there and he he comes with with the dirty comes with a business. He's laying or was definitely most awesome. We know he's played in in the past before quitting tar slim down a little bit and Slat Odor Free Safety. And then you're thinking about Marcel. Here is a strong safety so there is that kind of possibility to. I personally rather go the more but that's to people who have free safety kind of ability even Antonio Xm you can re-sign me. He can be your third free safety. You know what I mean like. He also has some safety capability. So you don't absolutely have to. I'm just thinking along the lines of I thought we have a little. I can't wait for the official to the new league year to actually begin as we can get more of an accurate cap space number. Because I could've sworn at one point we had like twenty million. We had over twenty million dollars after Western rivers restructure. That's what I kind of remember and then lawn and other eight million so I thought we had close to thirty million when include roll over and all that kind of stuff and I saw kind of something out there that we have like kind of thirteen million bucks. I don't know yes sir. To restructure that essentially opened up over ten million combined so thirteen. Actually you be a lot more word with with a lot. More stats wants The day before my birthday by the way of the league year signs but no so get back eighty four today before Earth Day after day after because also same same do awesome same day before free agency even start at March sixteenth. So essentially. It's insane and your party Patrick's day that everyone's getting loaded having a good time next thing. You know you wake up. And it's free agency Nice so recording. We'll be just a quick little show. We will be recording on the seventeenth. Because I'm assuming that the Emmanuel Sanders Air Armstead Kendrick born which which I don't see us losing Kendrick born. Those re signings will be announced on the sixteenth or close of as. We're going to go ahead and record episode one of Season. Four on the day free agency launches and we're going to go ahead and have jamie she'll be doing news updates. Whatever we get a contract so adamant we'll have our full free agency breakdown of the week after but don't trip nonfatal radio is got you covered when we're not gonNA let any new slip by but I think we're going to be able to have a lot clearer by by the record on the seventeenth. I A feeling we're going to have a lot clearer beyon- Eric Armstead on Jimmy War Mantle. Sanders the Big Three. Was that Ronald Player. That's I think it's Niki Up. I was there at the game. Broke my heart. You know we all know how much we everybody who listened to the show with regularity knows how much item and I love Ronnie Blur as peace. He's he's he's amazing. He ran right toward the on the. Go out if you're going to go out carrier. Acl That is the most amazing Freakin Way? You could go out. I mean. Even all the bourgeoisie was looking at the other day. And I put on Brooks. I could actually post that one. What Russell Wilson Jukes amount twice like just just toying with it and broke in two thousand thirteen twenty four. I mean I'm Brooks was a near Pro Bowl player from twenty eleven twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen which was Kinda shady but he was a near pool player We kind of forget how Russell wasn't a ceaseless. Has He slow down? I can't see Muslim. Slow down a hair but Ronaldo is going to be interesting one. How much is going to command? And what other desperate team off from you know what I keep thinking about too little bit is. I would be stunned if the foreign artists. Okay Andrew Number. Thirty won't overall you let you know I wouldn't errors days and shit like that. Go that kind of money to kind of them and then you have Rulli really great Ford Insurance you know and hopefully God can eventually. Maybe I'll take over him or you have a legit and number three guy that hey stop happens to defoe Lord. God forbid something happens. Bosa they got miss a Hasse. Miss One game as football. We know how this goes missing flight. But Corey last year. Especially Ron Blair with you. We have Anthony's Intel plane snaps end up disrespecting. Obviously he's not listening. I'm talking about adjacent Docking Canada. Pure edge pureed right now co towards that number one number three edge right yet so to me personally to just answer your question. Real Quick Jason Blair oversaw. Oh if you're one. Yeah BUT WE'RE NOT. We'RE NOT GETTING CEILING. Stolley as you put a gun in my head right now. But you don't like don't be surprised. The souls Solomon Tom once again turnball. He's out there smiling right now. Seeing are talking about extensions on him talking about his injuries and shit like that usually nine actually accounting for your shoulder injuries that he did have in changing systems and this and that and he had a great year so awesome guy blossoms a little bit later tuned. Let's not forget when he's got? It was actually funny. 'cause I was having a conversation with With somebody about that very very topic. It's kind of funny that this year. The if you talk if you talk about who were the main contributors of the niners defense you know minus Nick. Bosa who you're talking to walk got juice. He said Yeah so and I think what we all need to pay. Close attention to when we're coming up with this Thinking about salary cap this year is let's not forget Mike. Mcglinchey is can be negotiated for an extension now. We do have the fifth year option with him after next season. Well here's going to star Warner Fred warners. I believe after next season. This'll be the year deal but This year I was hearing people talking about. You can possibly restructure Jimmy Garoppolo. So here's the thing that's why I want him very accurate actual cap space now. Because maybe I mean maybe the forty niners along with Jimmy that ordered the thing is like we're not gonNA ask you any about restructuring his contract to salary so essentially the easiest way degree gas ways you turn the salary into actual bonus figure. This is pretty much. Do it down the line right so you could do that would you? Grovel by the way. We're not having OPPO Jimmy about this because we don't even know how things are going to go with our negotiations. You don't you don't ask somebody tomorrow. One hundred dollars to get this if you don't even know if you're GONNA be able to buy that item so. I you got to see exactly what I told you know what I mean. So so maybe that's why a couple of the move maneuvers. Having occurred to ask further cast space. You know like I said okay very interesting how we decided kind of the whole draft in my opinion and see that. Ronald thing is is obviously very typical this week on talk shows to talk on. Columbine obviously we were GONNA touch on it and everything but I really don't even want to think about draft and so we've gone through free agency if we if we lose Jimi Ward okay. Then I can see the team going safety in the first round. I don't personally best out what I want. I think that's the La- Jehan Way I think they're gonNA keep it in house up. This is how about it. I don't I don't think we're getting eric arms walk. I think if it is not play for the niners it's the tag trade situation or than do extending key for a year and see what other show you once again like? You're Solomon Thomas and all that and then you figure out twenty one you know what I mean I think like it all back to like walk leading you potty go then your brain and Thomas was going to step in and just start. I mean I got a little love for the most. I always felt like he needed a very sean this a minor with him. Shanahan together but like you can never assume that. Someone's just GONNA be able to once again when Jimmy or possibly situation don't thoroughly assumed various was gonna be able to do everything but these guys know. I'll see we do be behind the scenes so I wouldn't mind things worked out pretty. Well ask defense and you know in the Front for me and the pressure. Let's Chemo one more year. See How guys playing twenty one. But I wouldn't be. I wouldn't be when you know we don't even know what's going on twenty twenty one season. I mean for all we know. It doesn't sound like it but for all we know we can have lockout. You know I I don't. I don't think it's going to happen. But so the I as. I stared right now on team trade back. But that's because I assume that we're going to get something done with our arms. I assume we're GONNA get something with Jimmy Ward. If you tell me we don't we're going to bring back armstead and ward and then kind possibly by default where like the juice squeeze the sanders oil. Have Lock Yeah. I think if we I want Emmanuel Sanders back because look. He was opened. Essentially Amanda Amanda Emmanuel Sanders. Is one better thrown ball away for being a hero is San Francisco? Well you know. Helen play saved. He kinda got mugged. Which is the reason why the ball I know. I know that don't forget so but this isn't any land. Were we were assigning? Blink checks in this is how does a thirty two year old even though I just admitted that he clearly still get open and still clearing productive? How much can a thirty two year? Old Man Standards Give Richard Sherman year to slow Youtube Posting Kelly. There's a real thing. It takes two years to fully gain maximum. Maximum explosion lettuces. I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not GONNA pay attention. Some of these little workouts George. Kills in a male sanders is legit are doing like you know regular people do this same work out but I'm not going to praise them for getting a workout. It's good for you for getting in a good word but you're to post deal is a real and serious thing but once again it's going to be as a juice towards squeeze. I think the point hours can create further caps base. Do we will retain all three of the big three but it doesn't necessarily mean that just because you're able to do that that you had that you kind of have to do once again especially with somebody like Shanahan. Maybe you do say budget and maybe trae down if you spa and then you take somebody else tile ideal Samuel that it might take them a few weeks to kind of get your line. But you're you're you're you're able to kind of get kimball starter for less than a million dollars a year compared to twelve or thirteen dollars. I Dunno Dubai. Secondary clearly the game but we'll see if Daniel Sanders wants to play under our terms. Welcome back many. We love you if he wants to play under his terms. God bless you. You know it's going to be the gap of. Let's just say for example? I WANNA play for the jets for twelve point five million or do I take nine point five million to save corn something like that. And he's like so you know how. How much does that extra couple million so before we get out of here because we're almost out of turn real quick one last free agent gun to Your Head Matt? Brita stare stare stays of put a second round tender on him and probably trade him. But it's very tough because I haven't heard my brother my brother's a little more of an extremist. He's trying to say with some of his injuries. And you know limit you know limited. I wouldn't say limited cable bill. Don't want healthy. He's he eats. Cable being babble fastest actual runner the last two years. Nfl Our home. He's a good runner but again he he's not a number one. He is an elite close number two but even with us he was even the number two last year. So does somebody Gillam around from ad read. I think my brother's Kinda right. I don't really see him. Somebody giving up a second round tender and actually payment Rita to. I don't know man. I mean to be honest. Some puts gut your head and says to sign some others. Are you okay with Moster? Kalman Jeff Wilson as your top action Lee McCain. Out of this. Are you okay with us? Take on a little more low personally. I think he's a renewal I think. Jeff Wilson is is to ask you a question. Yeah I think ideally Going into twenty twenty. I think I think Coleman could be one of those cap casualties commentator on team option. New Thing I've been thinking about that do you China so always remember how bad we been just a couple of years ago. All of a sudden we're going to get a little greedy and say that you have to you know what I mean like or maybe we draft another gentle maybe draft to running back in the first round. We have some good luck in the fifth realm. I mean I think I'm not worried. Whatever running backs we go into the season with weadock perfect. We're going with our heat and we just know that whatever running back whatever running backs we go into the season with I have full confidence that Or the John Akashi and and Bobby Turner can get production outlet. I worked my Brita is like you said an elite number two. I think so I think some stars I think he's a starter on some football teams every football team but he doesn't have a skill set that I don't think that we can identify either through the draft of free agency UNRIG undrafted free agents. Matt Brita is the lease of I. Think of our replaceable receivers. I if you told me out of the to restrict free agents we could only keep Kendrick born or Matt Brita on keeping Kendrick or that has nothing to do with Being Ryan Shotgun while Adam drives. Abc's airway idea but that has to do with with the facts let's be. Let's be totally realistic about here. Is Number one number two now? Ideally he's probably number three number four bypass near kind of the same example. He's kind of like elite number four. You know what I mean. Reform solid number three. Yes I think in a role in the right role of idea. Third-down red zone. I Love Cape. There was there was very few players that are going to be available that I would rather having third-down red zone rolls and it's just very tough once again. Then you Kinda just playing like a little monopoly once again that we talked about so you the second round tender on breeders. So here's the thing that I found down. Longo is if you put not original round tender on on guys that were undrafted Kendrick. Born Jeff Wilson Emmanuel Moseley Moseley `second around tender. Yeah that's I think because if you're a team that the second round tender is only going to be like three million dollars flat and then he was a two point nine one. That's going to get boost a little bit. Especially now the a three point one or something. Three million for a possible starter. Who played relatively well. Then you kind of have to somebody's overall weekly more reader. I'm taking Muslim. You taking Moseley out of the three of them. I think our national sample to. Yeah I think is because to me. It's it's for cable. If K B heaven forbid becomes a starter. I think you're receiving course in trouble. I Love I love. Kp But over the course of a full sixteen in a game of KP KB number one or number two. I think we're we're will trouble you next step and become muscle number two and elsewhere by getting essentially more opportunities more more targets played a fantasy kind of hard a little bit. But we know that's not happening here so. I feel more comfortable saying I love. You can't be you don't Mean Adam. We've built the bandwagon fucking bus. Okay but the man who knows we trying to topple we said. We rewrote that. Look into the wheels fall off. Let's say that a kilo beats out mostly from is perfectly reasonable kilo goes down. I'm perfectly fine with Emmanuel Moseley stepping in for the kill between the Moseley possibly not the solid user at cornerback. Once again into three years you know coming member says he wants to put another five years now I. I'm not puffing I choose to for sure. Three maybe three. Maybe but who gives a shit about three years down the road right and we don't care about that right in thinking is that you know everybody's going into this draft so oh we need to place. Joe Staley we need to play. Switch replaces breaks. Let's see how tha various more looks? Let's see how Justin seeing looks at times and he looks promising. Let's see just in school. I mean I'm not saying it wrong. Amount of animal. I mean semi raw. I mean you can tell. He had that little he had that twenty two year old like college body. I had a lot of beers and a lot of food and I was still good football. He's a guy that wants to get Roskam. Really excited about the Guy Gartrell. I know at one point. I'm like get all in an interior linemen at number thirty one. Or maybe in a mini trade. Now you know somebody who replaced right and garlic in person but I was like is student involvement. I WanNa get you can have a monster off season Johner obscene. The my thing is maybe. He's a little too tall guard. You know how that can kind of go and blocking some of the lanes abuse our equation but you get. What I'm saying is impossible. I in house. And then maybe you do tree down a little bit and just just keep going down to Denver out unless some guys go up raids so my whole thing about this is Adam and I sat here for Georgie of offseason. Saying please don't let anybody on the whole line get hurt. Please don't let anybody get hurt. Please don't let any and low behold Lincoln. Thomas was only played every snap and the line was. I'm not gonNA say great but so all of us I mean it was. It was a lot of shuffling. I think some very good experience. We actually because especially for times like these. Now you know we have a little bit. Daniel runs skills. Bang Garland is going to be a restricted free as well if steals against somebody may be taken on on his alignment in the draft. Send maybe in a meeting straight down and you're like well now. We have got that can play center in guard then Garland I. Don't think your need anymore. I I don't know if that's going to be part of the calculations that's one of the partners like. Please just bring back the majority of people you possibly can and go player Because if we bring up there Jordi players once we I don't know if he's going to be possible or not. Once kiss restructured can possibly occur for the Saharan then he needed quality. Not Quantities. How I feel that this was so I would be mad at. They didn't trade back. I they look. Let's be realistic. Is that a first round. The teams bent on you know. And so you tell me okay. Well they don't have a pick until the fifth ward thirtieth overall person thirty nine thirty one to me the best way to describe it. Is that if you tell me. The niners second pick is in the fifth round. I'm like wait a Jewish kid who yeah Georgia agreeing tailor law triggering. Dj read those are. Those are the four Orleans Hannah so I'm confident team's ability to back in the day shot. Ireland's one point to where we could. We could have neither storytime later. So we're GONNA go ahead and here hit that time. I got somebody waiting for. The steady room are GONNA go pick next week off. We might pop quick. What's up? Hey everybody next Tuesday is going to be the town's so perfect seventeen the day before can get efficient. We're GONNA take next week off and then we shall be back on. Will we be back? Recording March seventeenth. So until St. Patty's day we're going to go ahead and say for Kim Jamie ever it Steph in everybody at the nine or faithful radio Team that we are shirt onto and we're going to be getting new. We're going to be getting new shirts. You had were actually literally. I was working on before the show and I'm going to go smoke a cigarette and they'd come back on so we're going to have everything set out there for y'all can't wait. I WANNA be grounded for fifty two straight weeks. I WANNA make item of. I WanNa thank Bob Money Mason Jamie. Everybody continues supports show. God bless Ya I love. Y'All know Homo if you're a dude but Leon God bless y'all we shall see y'all in two weeks till then they love unhappiness. Go niners Oh before we get about here go ahead and tell the people where they can find you Adam Well thank you. T J. Yeah it's GonNa be at forty niners team insiders on twitter. That's all I got so. Yeah Feel Free Shooting Austin and obviously jail was says to. You know we're more than happy to interact once again to through Possibly replies whatever if you have any questions about anything just let us know that you for all your support in all we can ask. Yes so most definitely if you really honestly you know. I'm more of the random you know. Talk Shit about Russell Wilson. At three o'clock in the morning what a great and follow Follow on on for hours insiders. He's always breaking down cabinet if we cut this player in a trust. Me Your Mittens. Well I'm going to try to be a little more dedicated like me. Tj talked about last year starting new job and all that and I kind of just kind of got deep into that and you know honestly I just got even actually enjoying the game's going for that and that kind of thing to actually be. Kinda part of that is set back away from from twitter last year so I'm looking forward and the revenge season and being all in twenty take another step forward like how start seeing a little more dedicated so I the reason let's do it. Maybe we'll see y'all in two weeks fave Levin Happiness go niners Arbroath. Tj Everybody Buddy Yup Yup.

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You can also go to see the book dot com and see what those dates looking like. Yeah, we're gonna start hitting the road in October, doing book signings cities. What city. That's a great question. Hold on, I'll put it up right now. Get it out here. I'll tell you guys about some some tour dates. I got knocked him out. Okay, y'all gonna be in. Let's say Thurs. No Wednesday, this are going to be out Thursday. See all gonna miss it, but I will be have been in Portland and Thursday through Saturday. I'm Sacramento than sunny. I'm gonna be a San Jose. Come out Chicago which sold out. So we add another show, hey, twelve sold out at the eleven eleven. We just added a show, October eleven. So get that. And then more, what are we doing? We're doing Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin as well. So the yourselves dot com to get those at new date. So the dot com for the rest of a man and thank you all so much for coming out of Europe. Oh, yeah. Okay. Through the shook won't look for. We won't do. We need to do this every we've church announcements, right, brilliant announcements. Yeah. Okay. Shook when the book talk, Tober twenty. Third, I'm being New York at the Barnes and nobles on Fifth Avenue at twelve thirty pm October twenty four being Boston, Massachusetts at the world with either at seven pm d- dogs moderating. October twenty. Fifth, Baltimore, Maryland, John Hopkins University, seven PM October twenty six being Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to people sanctuary at seven pm at that's Mark Lamont hill bookstore, Marc Lamont hill moderating that one October twenty seven, five inch ACOG on at depaul university at one PM and then being second, Charles at five PM kindred is going to be moderating my Vint at one PM in Chicago, Atlanta, Georgia at the WalMart, ten twenty eight on Gresham wrote while three PM October twenty. I don't even let curse words in their rap. Albums shook once in this in WalMart and cyber losing WalMart. Doodo Cobb bless on October twenty nine being Denver at the Alamo draft house seven pm in October. Thirtieth are being LA at the Barnes and noble that the grove, which zuri hall moderating not one, but you can go to see the book dot com for all the tour date. Now, these events that you have the moderated events, yes. Does that come with a book or how does that my ticket for that and then it, yeah, you buy ticket and I think are you by booking get in, but the thing right page tickets, books, same thing, the book exiting pays them fucking though, but the same thing like that's what we did last year last year we did it the bond over the grove. When I do the moderated event, somebody buys you get take you get a book. When you got to buy a book. Okay. Bye book like having a ticket to me, I'm not gonna. You know that that's what I'm saying. These are like moderate events of somebody's asking questions as kind of it's a conversation, right? This is not just assigning because I've been with you for signings. Never seen a moderate event, right? Yeah. So it was moderate event is like the, you know, the person had read the book like zero be, don't wanna nasal she, she'd read the books. You'll ask me questions. Gotcha. We'll take you in from the audience. This is actually a great one. No, because man, I go mental health issues and everybody's trying to get mentally healthy bro. It's like it's like the universe is aligning and telling everyone like, look, this is what we need to be doing. I don't know if it's the rise of social media that's giving everybody more anxiety or depressing people more people, self esteem, you know, lower your self esteem, everybody's trying to get mentally healthy and some wish you're comparing your real life to everybody's highlights. It is depressing, and it's a big deal. There's a reason why everyone of these tech guys doesn't let their kid to have a have like screen time. Don't blame them. I don't let my kids do. I don't wanna do it. That's. Talking about kids got a new one. Greatness applause. Cox still working Debbie's nowhere is over now guaranteed. Oh, you're not going for the boy. Let science in there. Then in dot take three women. I'll take three Little Women. I'm cool. Mckelvey, clan done. It feels good, honestly feels complete. It does feel like I got a nice little triangle of women. Right? Got my wife. I'm cool, right dog or something a male dog get a male dog and more guns. Okay. I believe to erect baby. Okay. Get a male dog threat for you to be like, no, maybe we should have, oh, shit, audited, fuck death. Threat jumped one time. I'll have somebody tried to jump you. Nothing wrong guns. Let's be clear with that. Just like anything else that had power in the world right in the right hand is cool, right? And a wrong and fucked up. Is there? Is there anything different about guns compared to something else like a knife or sword, or that kind of stuff? No, because you can use a knife to. Cut some cheese with the cutthroat, but you can't use a gun to like cut some cheese. You can use a gun to height. You police officers carry guns because they need to protect us from people, right? It's like some people would say, like if it's in the wrong people's hands, you could kill a lot of people. Whereas if you just had a sword, you could kill like three or four and then people running from the sorties Ross life man. Not honestly. That's the cost of guns. People make that argument. I think classic driving fast on a highway. You're going to have some crashes that kill people. Car can be a weapon. If I take a car and drive to a crowd of people, I rated speed. I can kill a bunch of his ISIS. Got that down. That's what I'm saying. So it's like anything can be a weapon in the wrong. Yeah. Notice when when I was out there in in Europe, a distinct difference in like a lot of the major streets, it's like down here in Wall Street down here Wall Street. You have those little pillar so a car can't drive through, especially in big pedestrian streets. They all have that every once in a while they have like a pillar they have like a fake. Statue like it will look like a lion, but the real purpose is don't let his guy get van and then drive into like a hundred people. You can only kill a few people. Exactly five, you kill a few people move off of. Yeah. Get to move. I totally understand. Here's an doing. I do want to say, I gotta salute this woman name late Thomas Lou delayed time. She's called the glow maven. She's a a a wellness doctor. She helps women when they have their when they're when they're pregnant. And you know, my wife had a c. section for a second daughter because second daughter was born a month early, so she had to have an emergency sex and why I feel like maybe smaller would slide out the push easier now often get the medical term man as a medical term feed first. Now. Night wasn't that that happened this time it was something with them. I forgot what it's called, but it was something that where she could have died in the baby coulda, shoulda had to have an emergency section. Baby came out early, so they will tell you after you have a c. section that you can only have c. sections. That's right. You know what I'm saying? But that's not true. Absolutely not true. My my third daughter was v. back. It was a vaginal birth after a c section. And the reason I was able to happen is because you know, my wife started doing like acupuncture and they told her if she goes into labor before the scheduled c section, she could have the baby. That's my wife started doing acupuncture and the night before she actually went in labor Leith untold her to drink some castor oil. She drank too castor. Oil start having attraction to five AM in the morning. What's Castro hath Royal is like some is what is what is exactly Kathy. I don't even know what to throw is used for any other time. I know diarrhea. It helps. It helps clear you out but clear clear hostile. Clearly it worked because she went to labor at five AM and had to. Maybe at twelve twenty pm. Vaginal birth? No. EPA Doro. Okay. To our labor, three pushes why baby loosen that up. I was offering the service with my semen, nothing other medical term that I learned Halley today's, but it's like, yeah, like you know you, there's nothing you can do whatever giant. Do you ever feel uncomfortable coming in your wife after like knowing that she's pregnant, like your your child is in there? It's the best. It's you're not like I'm doing that on Mike and the best I guarantee you it some white corporate motherfuckers who leave the country just to go have central pregnant women, really. I'm sure I'm older. It's l. one name is DJ envy envy, loves pregnant, pussy bregman. That's probably when we when we did when I did breakfast club and thanks a lot. There was a, we had a conversation about pregnancy pushing. He said, the best pussy will ever have in your life is pregnancy pussy as the juicy. It's. I mean, I, I don't know why. Like thing. I don't like that MS laying on top of my wife. You can't lay on top no man. What she's pregnant. No, Ryan Campbell cry. You've never just laid a little bit on top impossible. I've tried you look stupid as fuck why? What are you looking like this. This. Oh, you're saying hard to get in there is the big stomach, like a speed bump now in London. The roadblock? Yes. Have you ever just laid an ipad on her tummy. What just watch something? No, there's her stomach was huge. This is the biggest you've ever been one hundred and fifty pounds. So you thought it was going to be a boy for sure. I knew it was a, it was a girl I was. I didn't want to know. But when we went for one time, I was like, I just helped me, man. Yeah, I knew it was I remember birthday I saw Jeff saying, oh my God, you're pregnant on my congrats, and I go boy or girl. And then she goes, it's a just looked over you you made. I conduct me and then just look down like a sad puppy. Shot by the way when you say look like puppy, that made me think of Bill Cosby's mugshot, bro. I need to ask you a question. Yes. And where to Taylor goes, she still here and where did Michaela ago she left? We Michaela was bury where berry go as well. She left. Okay, because we need to get. We need to talk to our black queens here because whatever opinion, far too forgiving, black women on having tiller already feels bad for Cosby. She literally is looking at a picture. Listen charter, she's looking at a fixer. She, what did you look at picture Cosby? And I just hear this herself. She does. He just looked so sad, all of the one that put him in jail. I want to keep that same as you because Bill is really locked up because of a joke head of yours made a joke in Hannibal birds made a joke and then bills, Twitter account, tweeted out as Bill Cosby anything. And everybody started slandering Bill Cosby about all of these, these rape jokes, and then freaking it became a real Dane. And now he's in prison. So accent now, and you know, another thing, what I don't like either man, cocky on your Graham. She was never put your hand in your face to real, but she'll come down. Why. Come in here. Come in here. Hey, Michaela, you walking into the lion's den. What happened? Kelly feels Bill Cosby too. Into the mic talking to the national broadcasters. Oh, I thought you said. Hailer cosign with her so badly and I don't get it. No. Can you say about the heavy rain and a lot of people are doing is they're thinking Bill Cosby, the the actor they grew up with him, especially in my generation like and just see him as Bill Cosby, the dad, and it's hard for people to look at him outside of that and separate it, but I don't feel bad for what he did outside of like a separate that true, but that's what I'm saying. But do need to keep that same energy. Thank you. Anyone of make. To make them better. Hobby-wise means mix them better jokes. Material run internet, y'all. Women won the internet. It's yours, whatever. He said, we all to we the why that all cast literally touch the screen with your finger on his face to wipe the tear way from the picture. Is it ninety all combined use it with your comedians? Got good. Cavanaugh jokes, money on social media, big cavenaugh memes. You don't got good Weinstein jokes. I don't even know what's going on. I tell you with cavenaugh. Let me tell you why. A lot of guys have said nothing about this cavenaugh shit, right? Because what happened? He took his out of the party and a lot of like cou homeless. Someone else handle that shit because a lot of dues, no, they taking their dick out this happened. This happened. Shouldn't have been sentenced to jail should have been put on the supreme court who said that I saw something incident. Okay. So dead in two weeks. That's my prediction. A nice sweet. Rougher villi I thought he's going to get home arrest. They took him today. He's in St.. Date prison. Leeson suites in prison. Go to go to date. Tougher than federal because he's at three days two weeks, two weeks. He's only going to be in their year. Then he'll be out. He's calling the grim reaper for the check baby f. I think not even giving them bail. Did you see smoke shot? That's a man who knows it's over bro. Really. God cares any because point he doesn't really looks like. You know, nobody saw has mugshot now let me see them, but can we talk about this forgetting crime because. Taylor, please relax. Relax too much is too much. Okay. So this is what I say, right? What's okay? Whenever like a white dude gets a light sentence for something. You always see these memes that pop up on social media. Right? And it's like the white guy sentence, right? And it's like white guy. Robs a Bank gets two months probation, and then they have a picture of a black dude who did the same crime with like the craziest punishment ever right now. He was situation where Cosby might rape fifty chicks, right? He's gotten three years. The three, ten, but it's going to be three with one you're taken off. I looked at the sex Vind who now you get to meet Bill Cosby. He when he moved into the neighborhood two weeks anyway, point is point is where is that same energy? Where's the energy? Like if a mother fucker, if a white dude rape, forty girls and got three years. The internet would be going fucking crazy. It will be going fuck at every day. Out. Look at his mugshot boy point the white guy, rain, forty girls look at a mugshot. This is gonna be in jail for a year, bro. This guy here know where he is, man. He got suspenders listen mapra data silk. Oh, get rape in jail. You take them suspenders off real quick and get it. Bill cobbs, you'll be feel you see how they feel bad. You. I don't know. You can't cut off them. We gotta feel bad if you. Carmo under saying this from his legacy anything. I mean, he did Tim, so, but I mean he's on Philly too. And you just feel you think that he's a huxtable. How did you feel. Allegation sale. What kind of way, like a bad way or you're like, he'll get you have the right to feel that way. Nobody. Let's not feeling Matha my phone. Said, I grew up watching the because my siblings rise everyone else wise. Well. Hold on your twenty-seven watch. No fucking Cosby. I got excited because teddy Riley coming on like, oh my God, Eddie rowdy. Ciccio young down. Real real quick. What what's what channel was the Cosby show on on this domino? Would you what about to say? Do we say you. Was you about to say you. About. That you something. USPS. They came out there. Right there. No, I had to do a whole thing on it, but. I did. I have older siblings. I watched the show with them episode when of Vanessa drunk. That's it was mad. Interesting. Okay, good wasn't good episodes. Why. Why do you watching the real time you saw reruns I'm not even where you saw. I can admit that I'm generation of reruns. I've, I learned all the same. I was born. That's not my. Shaming your old guy. One time where shaming you pretending to know something you don't. We're not shaming for how old you are. What. Grew. I have to. Part of growing up on nothing. Nothing about Thursday night. Having to go to the kings of all gonna be HSA put into the clock. Let me run for three hours test Takata be so in the different world. That she watched it. Like when the episodes said, I grew up idolizing huxtable on on. When the Cosby show. Cosby show. That is, that's all happy. I mean, throw a what? What is the Gordon Gartrell. Gordon. You never got yourself a nice little Gordon got trail new anger up on the garden, so much all the boys to good guys way where was where was. We. Office. Y'all got cool shows to where though and the we wear in the back. Back does in the basement. Okay. To notice things ain't grow black. The niece was making close? Yes. Again, you see having ASO's, but then you know. You don't know. All good. We go to like you. Do you watch. Okay. What was his first name doctor that that why? Why Chris me. Renting some UPN. Ship fan, but you know that WBZ RO now was my shit to, but upn was also much injured. Grew up in Trinidad? Yeah. I've been tested. One conversation going on time. You get nervous when you tested win, too. Many questions come at me because I just don't like not knowing the answer. Our nobody not getting never was to universal bullshit. Mass. Is that right to pursue is difficult? Yeah. Yeah. Your professional woman? Okay. What I need you to do is stop feeling bad for a guy who might have raped a lot of chicks. I mean, situations like this, you got to remain neutral. Now we'll say this. I do feel. Is that when the downfall of his legacy different? Yeah, I know what his legacy meant to. So we to ask, why do I feel bad you? Right? He did mention. Often, but you. Dead easy. He wouldn't be in his miss. Okay. All right. Gave daddy's details. Three, Alex, whatever, without body, Alex. I can't. Obviously I can't give certain details trial trial ongoing. But unfortunately, Alex is still locked up in Sweden. Yeah, it's rough bre. Could you think about is your foreigner from out of the country and you Hannah prison in a whole another country? You don't have no back backing whatsoever. You know what I'm saying? That wouldn't be terrifying you? It would be, but this is the safest prison hold federal. Fiddled shed. He's playing that new spider man probably do know. So how can I be believed the best know who can we believe the male or France out is gonna come on with chain man? Yeah, he's not yet if I can't. I can't come out with one of the greatest mixed of all time called fifty, six nights. You know, Esco got locked up for fifty. Six nights is no telling what I was gonna come back with all on. You say that my next project Alex might be fireboat, Alex. Alex is going to a life changing event. North futures, DJ guy, locked up future album was incredible. It was Alex gets locked up. My next comedy projects is incredible projects while he was out there filming for me. That's why I came him in man. both of them were filming the whole tour. Now they're doing documentary slash film in the new, the new project and in the last fucking day, man, some real bullshit. He'll talk about it when he comes on when he's free. We have a nice conversation by everything right now. He is there until at least October fifth, one of the two weeks, a love few more weeks Hase. Yeah, it was on the fifth. They have basically a preliminary hearing while I testified and all this kind of stuff. And right now, the prosecution is putting together evidence to see if there's a case. And if there is a case, then they will bring to trial or maybe they'll just hopefully say there isn't a case or maybe they'll say, here's a fine for what happened, etc. So everybody fingers crossed, prayers. Upriver, Alex got any power in the Swedish judicial system. You wanna free your boy from Sweden, police sweetness wishes tweets don't even know that really, actually Swedish fish through the fish swishes those two. But did you hear about the whole cat will. Williams, Kevin, Hart, Tiffany, haddish Michael, Hannibal, Burs. Debacle. Yeah, because it started with cat and a girl and wanted to. Three in Atlanta, and then Kevin came and he was just like, basically be personally accountable like you did some. And is that true? He did to some drugs, and there were some situations that I've always really, you know, even if it's not drugs, there's a lot of poor choices clearly, right? I mean, you don't. You don't just get arrested nineteen times for no reason. Yeah. And your life. Situations, cat wins put himself in. You know, he didn't have to swing on a little boy that put him in that that that wrestling know a lot of things that cat Williams did he called on himself, right? You know. So yeah, I think it should be some personal accountability. The conversation that I that I've been having even know Kevin, Tiffany on the breakfast club on on Friday and just, you know, aired out as he should have because kept takes a lot of shit, you know, but doesn't really put it back out. He's above and beyond say, but, but he t use this as a teachable moment. And the teachable moment was a question that nobody has yet to answer, and that is what do black people want from black entertainment because black people say they want more diversity on the screen. They want more diversity in Hollywood, and then when they get it, they say, no, not them, we rather, these guys could. I think that is that cat Williams can hate on five different black comedians. It's five different black comedians at one time right now, right? That he's able to hate on? Yeah. In one setting, like little row draw Michael, Hannibal, Burs, Tiffany, haddish, Kevin Hart, the five. He named more than that. I see something in common with all those five people success. That's it. Simple as that. And the reason I call it hating and I don't know why everybody has yet to grasp this concept. It's one thing if you have an opinion got on there and he goes Larose not funny. I don't find little real funny. Fair. Cool. Yeah, Tiffany, haddish's funny. I don't find are funny. I saw Santa special her. There wasn't funny, fine. I don't think Cavs. Funny. I don't think you can say that that's your opinion. But when you say little rose only movies because he's ugly and they only promote ugly people in Hollywood, are you say, Tiffany haddish only where she is because she's talking about white guys. You know what I mean? Like girls wouldn't would walk path Gerard and little rail if they were were in a lenox mall. Right? Who kids the shit? Yeah. What does that have to do at talent? What does that have to do it? Their creativity e. n. fan. I'm saying like rock call. Michael is one of the. Best young producers in Hollywood, you've had conversations with your. Yeah, fascinating. Dhiraj right ideas for me that I think are brilliant. Yeah, to the call my show with a very smart show. He's visionary. He's the type of person that can go into NBC and say, you know what? I would like to put Tiffany haddish little rail on my show. This is before get out is before girls trip, you know, hard that is to get network to cosign on something like that hard. That is the these people need to be on my show every mother. Fucking, yeah. I mean, now he looks like why he really knew what the fuck he was doing because look, what Tiffany earlier at now Kevin Hart for what you think this man's, you know, stand up man is one of the best comedic business minds we've ever seen period. He's creating opportunities for other comedians, like isn't that what is about right then? You know, for cat Williams and say things like, oh, Tiffany, haddish as he's never done a standup special. Yes, she has. It's called from the Hollywood on Showtime. I've seen it you know to say she hasn't put in the work as a stand up. That's a lie. You already acknowledged. She started doing stand up at sixteen, the moral of the story is. All cat Williams was doing was aiding and for me to call him on that is not because tiffs my friend because I'm siding with Cav his just simply the facts of the matter or so it's absolutely hating. But what I like to look at these situations on like like what's return on investment hating right is cat on tour now on think. So he told me he's alternative facts and they can't Williams that he sold two point four million tickets on his last tour, right? You look it up, bro. I don't even got look it up. I I'm, you know, we're all in the business. Okay. We have agents and stuff like that. Watch the breakfast club and it's like this motherfucker on drugs probably. But if you two point four two point, four million tickets sold. Just put it in perspective beyond say on her formation to only like two main tickets, Jay z. and beyond say on the run toward the first one, nine hundred eighty thousand tickets Taylor swift nineteen Eighty-nine toy only sold two million tickets. Billy Joel's like one point, eight million tickets on a tour, the eagle. So like one point and I mean you not much two point four million tickets is yeah, you'd be the number one torn artists in world period. Yeah, not even just comedy everything. So that's the mother fucking line to put it in perspective, Kevin, Hart hundred sixty four right now worldwide seventy. Five percent eighty percent done. He sold like one point. One point for me to do the math. Twenty thousand seats in an arena. The capitals or does anybody's number. I can give you cash. Trying to the Matt. Let's got twenty thousand seats arena. Yes, you do. Ten shows that's two hundred thousand tickets. You do a hundred shows. That's two million tickets. So he would need to do one hundred shows Cavs on one hundred and sixty city arena tour around the world. Sold out every night fifteen to twenty thousand seaters every night. I was just in Europe, man. What was it? Apparently it's like whatever it doesn't matter fifteen to twenty right. He's only he's only one point three. This is this is cat Williams numbers for his last tour. Forty, eight dollars per ticket. Yeah, grow sales were about fifteen million dollars. Yeah. He sold three hundred thousand tickets sixty days. That's great. The great numbers. What if he sold. Do the facts, the facts. But what if he saw a two hundred forty thousand tickets? And that's where the two point four million number comes from whatever. Like we're gonna give you ten dollars. No, I know he said I saw two points million to four million dollars, but what stupid? Fuck dollar ticket. A forty, eight dollar tickets. Only gonna take a dollar off from the. Why does this shit makes why do people saying maybe it was two hundred forty thousand tickets? And that's why he was able to ask for that amount of money. And I've been thinking about this a lot, especially when I see these people like bubble up with beef. Right? It seems like whenever anybody got to sell something, you got to sell a record, got an album coming out. You got to stand up or something like that. All of a sudden there's this radio interview where you call everybody out. It's not just cat. Everybody right Eminem his entire album like Eminem has a flop of announ before comes back with just straight beef and essentially hate right and is justified by saying. These people said, negative things about my life album. Suck. That's why I said negative things. Right? So it's like it's an objective view. These same people. Probably congratulate your other albums v. Boom, but nobody cares about that. Exactly. So so he uses beef to sell out of records. Cat right here is using beef right to probably sell tickets for his new tour Cohn this weapon. I think he is because I know he was red grant because red was doing a show. But then he also said he had a show at like the blah, blah, blah. Something like that. All I'm saying is you've seen it uses a device, right? Hey, we got a new song coming out. Let's start some beef. Hoc- uses it brilliantly every time. A new song Takashi coming out and got to fifty exactly fifty uses it. So here's my question. Is using beef to market a sign fit. The content isn't good enough alone. They don't eat beef. Yeah, I think when it's coming from nowhere, meaning like Eminem did have a reason to fire back at critics will come Qazi. He did because I mean for rival but provide. But if somebody thought Joe comedy tour than I thought was great or that I admit was whack that regardless. Eric, about a long time ago, you audits sensitive about your shit that's factor. If somebody tries to comedy and you come back and you'll get at that writer, you have every right to do that. So Eminem did have every right to do that will comics picked any like he didn't. He didn't pull nothing his ass. Basically, Kelly says somebody's daughter, Kelly, you don't think he used it purposely as a weapon. You don't think he's looking at this what is worth for me in my career. I picked fights with the biggest celebrities of the time, and I've used that drama. To get people to listen to my song. By my albums, I'm using beef to sell albums. I mean, whatever, whatever it did it work. He picked certain words that we know we're inflammatory says over and over again. Right? He's doing his way to sell them, but I'm asking is if you're if you're using beef as a marketing tool, are you admitting that the content itself isn't good enough to Mark? It self you guys, hey, don't need a beef with nobody. Right? Jay comes out with the album is like fire. Yeah. What kind of us beef a little, it's way man. I mean, the reason I say as it is because beef doesn't sell records, I don't think what Takashi. Why are we interested in? I mean, first of all, I think this is absolutely hilarious and I love jewel. He's, he's, he's funny. The beef is just like his beef is more comedic beef is in like a really wanna fight you when I see you just like suck my dick. Yeah, I don't know. I look at it a little bit different and it's not like Takashi is like I mean up until now. He hasn't been top charts. You know what I'm saying? Like it's a good record. Great song I called it. I mean, dig it robbed around that time. I think anything that generates heat around your project. He's saying, I think I think it's anything that brings a heat around your project. It's bringing attention to yourself. That's all it is, but it's easiest way to go. It seems like beef is, I mean, we've seen it throughout throughout hip hop, and now you're starting to see the same traction and Kami like Michael Blackson will be going at somebody. You know, he's this guy has brilliantly used the internet to maintain his level of fame, Michael blacks on the to maintain a little without having. A big movie, a TV show. He's used just social media to maintain his level famous like the last five years. Yeah, I just my thing is I just think it's wack that everybody shoots that calf. That's the thing it's your. You don't even care about Kev. You're using his name staff successful, you're shooting at the most successful comedians. Like when Kamwana j. remember it's like everybody goes JV was Jay was on top. It's it's the same formula. I'm saying, I think they're adapting to wrap formula of gopher the big guy, and there's this much cheese mo- which is, oh, you go, let them talk to you like, well, I also think it comes from the fact that you know Chapelle the big dog legend. God in the game, Chris rock, the garden, the game Seinfeld, all of those guys to reason you don't see that because they're not from these guys. Class care was in all of these guys class and cables little cab. You know what I'm saying within little Cav shot path everybody. Right? It's kind of hard not to have feelings about that. You saw this dude as your son and his dad knew. And son in you in a lot of ways he's getting all these. You're supposed to be short, black dude, come on, man. You know what I'm saying? He passed. So it's hard not to have feelings towards that individual to mention. Cat is funnier. I mean, can't is better stand up. He's a better standup. I am. Sorry. He just is. Actually, I'm not. Sorry. Cat is top ten on most people's lists. A brilliant fucking stand up comedian. Got on the stage. I do. He's like. Do people realise he'll go into a city and he'll talk about the city for like twenty minutes and shit like that. Killing my listen, I, I got no problem with Cam only problem with this to some of the things he was saying can apply to him when he said that, you know he was using Tiffany. Haddish didn't write girls trip. You know what I'm saying? But you give props for that. Like you think actually writes the movies he was in think cat Williams actually wrote his role in Atlanta at one him EMMY. Literally got written written. He got written into a role has a pimp and Friday after next, the next Friday, whatever the fuck Friday was he ran with that shit from then on. He has not stopped doing it. And when you not Tiffany and say, she's a negative stereotype of black women up pip as a positive stereotype of black men. What are we doing here? I like the hypocrisy argument. I don't like to don't like to dumb shit. That's what I don't like. People don't realize and catch should because he's in a game that like writing and acting or different arts and stand up. Oh, absolutely insane up. But I mean, like writing a movie and acting in a movie are completely different art forms. You know, there are certain people that something's written on a page and the decisions that they make not only about how to say it, but like how they're sitting when they say what they're doing with their hat, what they're doing their body when they say it is what creates this amazing character with Donnelley comedic, dramatic Jimmy, like every little choice, then actors. Making is not written in the script. Script doesn't say takeout cigarette puff cigarette, they might live you, you might ally. There's all these things. You're adding actors, the skill, and that's what he got nominated in one and EMMY for bringing that to the page of those word. So he has to respect it. Tiffany's persona the way that she speaking the gusto that she's bringing this character is what people are falling in love with. They're not falling in love with the words on a paper. If the same person if page read the words on the paper, whack as fuck. Maybe she's a good actor. I don't know. But no, it could be bad. Why didn't catch the desert to wander like you could have. You could have done that role and got the same results. No, no, no, you couldn't have. No, that's discrediting. You couldn't and discredit are. And discredit our ability as a comedic actor like, no, I think Tiffany's strongest thing is personality. People are drawn to her. It's not. And I think his thing about like, do know, Tiffany, haddish joke, man. Maybe people aren't familiar with her jokes, but they are familiar with her persona, right? She is become this kind of like figurehead, you know, in the way like Cardi b. is like this. What is the term spirit animal or some shit personality, yes. Oh, and by the way I can name Tiffany, haddish standard joke, but jokes that I actually watched the right, right, right. What I'm saying, I watched the end up. You have to watch stand up if you if you're if you if you don't even know, Tiffany, haddish how to fuck. Would you be able to talk about? Thank you for watching my stand up. I just wanna say, just hit my eighth clip hit a million is one. Thank you so much long way, but I'm just saying joke, listen, probably not look. So. No, the way. It's probably people that can you had eight million that have actually watched a clip. You're putting out clips of one joke. Do you know what dude to that means? People are out people probably out. They can recite Andrew, motherfucking jokes. You want us wild shit. What do you remember when we first got on TV and we had people coming up to you from TV. Remember that moment like we've gone to time square and you'd always have breakfast with some people come up to bit. You'll from guy code or something like that. And that was the first transition, right? You're like, ooh, I'm used to being recognized on the radio, but this is TV some little fucking kid from Alabama and never from or no, not not deal. We recognize the name. There's a different modem medium. So now you recognize for that, right. This is started happening for me. Being recognized for my stand up clips on YouTube, people coming up to ministry and be like, oh, hey, you're that comedians again, watch Berlin idiots or something like that. Like, no, I seen your stand up on YouTube. I just watch hours. You're standing to when I was in Europe doing shows. I thought everybody there was going to be idiots flare until we have people from fucking all over the world from the stand up over land, finding idiots, and then find flavors. It was unbelievable to me is a huge platform, bro. Number one in a number two. Oh, it's easier to get to air. Got you. They're constantly. It's made me change my entire view on on content because a lot of times we're watching a TV show because it is what is on a lot of times we'd be sitting at home right before the internet. We'd be watching TV show. I'm being I kind of like the show what's happening next. Cal watch a little bit of it bubble, whatever you watch on YouTube. Is your choice hundred percent. So you're taking credit for that discovery. I can't tell you every single day Piedad discovered on YouTube, and then what else you realize you got a laptop if you've got a laptop when you go to YouTube YouTube, especially algorithm for you, the shit that you watch the most the shit that they're gonna show you first on your mother, fucking homepage. Like mine is like Bishop TD, Jakes breakfast, club content. You know what I'm saying? That's what it is. So it's like they're gonna show you. So you probably in a bunch of algorithms. Right. Fucking shit. That's why you gotta be careful what you because when you die, they're gonna look at your YouTube. Let us focus on their bro is the place to watch odd shapes. The place where you go to watch odd shit. I wanna see something fucking out. I go to YouTube if I like going down a wormhole of YouTube clips that favorite thing to do is watch people talk about me. You told me this is your cutting 'cause it's the dumbest. It's it's a bunch of dumb Muslim conspiracy theorists, right? If the funniest shit in the world, because I used to be that person, I used to be the person sitting at home, watching things about whoever whole Diddy and be like these mother fuckers really be sacrificing hamsters, bro. All these mother fuckers really be drinking, go blood and shit like, oh shit, did he really got big killed just to become a billionaire like this stupid shit. So it's like when I see people talking about me is the funniest shit in the world. I love about the sacrificing things is like one in anybody Killa hamster to be Jay z. At the mall is sacrificed. Like, have you want you decide. I like the pest on fire. Jay Leno loosely. Give me. Whack-a-mole on tap day as timber. On speaking of sacrifices. Did you see Jesse Williams? Did tell me about this? Well, I gave donkey today this week to everybody who is taking this. Everybody was acting like the Nike logo, the black power fees. Okay. Okay. Everybody who was acting like a knighthood is the dashiki. Yeah. All right. The cabinet. Captaining the business deal with Nike. All right, Nike understand something that a lot of you emotional motherfuckers on there are no permanent friends, our enemies. When it comes to business, crate Nike is selling guns, the both sides, eating all the money. That's what I show jersey. NFL bayside to deal with capitalistic great cabinet. You get that money, you invested into the, you know your rights camps, invested into the black and Brown communities. Cool, right? But everybody like I love Jennifer. Lewis, Jennifer Lewis, ward Nike outfit till award shows to the the Emmys and says, she's making a statement. The Nike logo is not a symbol of resistance people. Yeah. All right. It's a fucking Nike logo. That's it. Nothing more. Nothing less to act like this shit is like can take cloth is ridiculous. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I mean? And I was breaking down to ticks on the radio today. I'm gonna read some of these. Yeah, not that either. Just interesting statistics, how much can we celebrate Nike because you are celebrating Nike when it happened, you thought it was a good idea. I thought it was a good idea for any sneaker company assigned Colin cabinet, got specifically say the first nica company that signed Colin Kaepernick is gonna win and win big, and which they have. What does this six billion thing that I'm Mark. For Nike has increased at jumped to six billion. They made it seem like increased six billion, not on the market. Value total has increases, could have been at five hundred ninety nine billion and then just went up to they say, since the capital campaign jumped jumps to six billion market value increased by six billion dollars. How could the market value of Nike increased by six? What went up to the highest ever been period eighty nine dollars. Some crazy shit like billion dollars. Mike is a billion dollar company. Ninety six billion dollar increase marketshare cabinet better be getting a lot of fucking money out of that. Nike. That's great Ayton pose. They're not gonna give them a piece of Nike. Well, if you want equity buy some shares up to there's equity, it's free on open market at home trying to find. I got the article, but there's no wifi in here. But why? What is the article sent to article is saying that you know, even on the headline is right here. The headline is despite progressive rebranding, Nike donates mortgagee did to the GOP of course, then anybody, right? Of course, you know that. Why is that. So is this apprising to people? Eight company donate to both sides. That's exactly what they do. Okay. So ninety nine months doesn't as well. They tried to run him under the fucking river. Whatever that term is. Mike is sixty. One percent more merchandise, call it, Nike. You're not a fucking saying nyc Nike. Well, since Lana Colin cabinet. Again, Nike is sold sixty one percent more merchandise, right? And they asked the question is a strange dot com, but his Nike's political spending reflect progressive values, say low, say Nike contributed over four hundred grand Republican candidates in GOP with only one hundred twenty two Democrats that means seventy percent of the company's political contributions to the GOP. Phil Knight. Almost half of this year donations came from him. They donated one point, five million to Oregon Guber national candidate Newt Buhler who is a Republican who wants to support lower taxes for corporations in in Oregon sanctuary laws for undocumented immigrants today saying you wanted to put progressive companies. Great, but Nike. He wants to keep immigrants in their countries so they can continue making his sweatshirts for really cheap assure. Now he's a businessman, right? You know, permanent friends and enemies. When it comes to business as a black person, you have the right to vote for black issues. Even if that same candidate might not give a fuck about Asian people. You have the right to vote for just your thing. And as a business owner, who stands to make hundreds of millions of dollars from lowering taxes. He also has the right to vote for lowering taxes and ignore sanctuary city or whatever that thing is. He's not pro sanctuary city per se. He's just pro lowering taxes. His thing. I don't care who he gives his money to all our want motherfuckers do stop running around acting like the Nike logo is the fucking Malcolm x. let's be honest with each other, oh, mother, folks didn't want to wear them. Does she? He's much longer brought out, didn't match with a lot of Jordan's it. There's not a lot of alphabet together with, but the second night became the new shit, but listen Bishop. They should. They shouldn't do Nike Sundays at churches, right? Fucking metro Baptists. Albany next Sunday is having Nike Sundays the sermon will freeze on the subject of being more than congress. Look at this shit. The fly has Colin cabinet on it with a fucking Nike check like no man, no, you're going to fucking far. Nike is a corporation. That's it. Nothing more. Nothing less all the success of Black Panther and they and they literally went, go talk to your eyes are open you. Nike didn't have a huge marketing meeting about this. You don't think they didn't wait every pro and every con, but you Honda wasn't on the wall. You got. Gone to me, you know what they had their arms like fuck on or they had their arms crossed and they just removed one right? That looks like a Nike tech. They might say, you know what? We should offer chat with bozeman deal. Somebody's sitting. Kill monger now. Got a real life to Java name is Colin Kaepernick, and we already got him on the books that activate the candy. That's. That's what that's what happen. Listen. I am happy for Colin when Colin Nike apparel comes out, I am going to rocket, but I am not about the sit here and act like the Nike logo is the new black. What's the most Dubuque black power. What's the new black power fist, there's no new black. Well, you know what? You, listen. If you want to make a stand when you go wash, why not wear? Right now where I'm with captured. What I'm saying right now, why not wear a black lives matter shirt like where something that is the actual statement or something that people look at it and say that is part of the resistance. Why Nike is Nike is safe. You show up to award show with Nike on your shirt. Nobody does what you're really doing. You know what I'm saying? You give little winks to the camera during a blow to the Cameron that's safe. You ain't really people don't really know that's a symbol of resistance because it's not Jennifer. Lewis just wanted to be comfy rate. Thank great. She was like, I got to be woke and comfy. I love by the way. I loved you for Lewis. This is not a shot at Jennifer Lewis at all. But when you see God like Jesse Williams, taking the the nyc, you know, Nike slang. I what was the saying? Sacrificed everything. Oh, yes. Has has has has has has, oh, it's on my bed Tele. Got me here with notes and I'm sitting here not reading the shit, right. Okay. Yes, believe in something even if it means everything and you got Emmett till mother standing over his casket, first of all, Emmett till was not a sacrificer until got killed by white supremacists. It was not a sacrifice, the sacrifices. If you know he would have given his life for a greater cause, he got murdered, that's not a sacrifice. So this doesn't even make any sense, and you're selling a movie. So what you did, what you can flare into things, you took the Nike ad campaign. You took Emmett till you put it together and you thought it was about to go viral motherfucking and it did, but not in the way that you wanted to him. Jesse win. So yeah, he he removed and everything. Why we gotta go. Late full white. What start. It's six, ten. Building. Almost how much, how much have we give the people. We'll do ten ten more math. So what I'm black. This one privilege, some movie, three privilege. Okay. Let him have it. Good business. What's the movie for its night school. They all everybody goes eight o'clock. The only person there waiting online. Thing. Saying this, what Jesse Williams, there was wrong and the reason it was wrong and it's not even really his fault. It is, but it's not. This is actually something I would expect to see a corporate boardroom full of coacher clueless people do, but Jesse got caught up in the hype of everybody out acting like the Nike logo. If Nike logo is the new black Nike shares just drop a ten percent. Every time you say the Nike logo. He got caught up in the height. It's not even his fault, right? The ended down of that he got caught up in the hype of everybody else's hype, and it caused him to make a mistake like it doesn't have to be accountable to be accountable. Well, he's an intelligent to this guy is like a research nuanced dude. He didn't. He didn't not think about this ought to be hype in his area show. So he's he's a, he's an intellectual Hiep's hard not to be in his era. If we we're, we're, we're sitting around right now. Yeah, we see everybody going crazy about something we're gone jumping on social media probably that's what is most people can't. They can't turn down. Award. They can't turn down a treat. If you're being patted on the back for good behavior for any behavior, you continue to do that fucking behavior. Yeah. So that's what it was. He got caught up in the hype train, and he wants to make a movie about MIT has a movie with promoting his movie. It says till coming soon with Nike, yes. Now with Nike, but he it was based off the Nike memes. Does as the bullshit it's okay. It does sound like some bullshit, but I know that the only thing that's going to be taken from this entire clip is. And I think he said the n. word at around fifty, seven fifty seven minutes and thirty two seconds. Stop saying Neagh, say. Those placards to be quiet when they didn't know about the Cosby show. During this guy was total Chirc bills. All right. Dream into a reality was squarespace guy squarespace makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project, right? Whether you're looking to start a new business, showcase your work, published content, sell products, and more squarespace is the tool for you with beautiful templates created by world classes, honors any ability to customize just about anything with a few clicks. You can easily make beautiful website yourself square spaces, powerful ecommerce functionality lets you sell anything online. Okay. 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We're actually doing it on Tuesday because I got a fly Wednesday morning out to Portland. I show you never question our commitment to this pike. I tried very hard to come back. The reason podcasts was late last week is because I was gonna fly back in so we could do the podcast Friday morning and then we put it out Friday with out of the university alley side, get arrested, fuck it up for everybody piece of shit. What a jerk about guys free. We are fucking down with their claws here about the level of the podcast and a major. Ooh, ooh, we we have. We have a producer now. Her name is Taylor Taytay. I think she she produces about the level and we tell you what she does not produce answers about the Cosby show. Anyway, about the level of the podcast. We we do respect our brand new, brilliant idiots. I, I give a fuck about the podcast. I'm always giving a fuck about the podcast, and I'm gonna be honest with you, man. Companies out here like to ask him, Chris, nobody knew this. 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The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Capital gains

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The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Capital gains

"<music> everyone has gone. It's anthony kazan's with the orange. Black can't sadder bengals podcast. I hope you're doing well. Football has officially begun nine for the cincinnati bengals as they went through their first preseason game the very first game under taylor in his new regime. Thanks for joining us with me as always is co host john cheer john. What's going on buddy exciting online. We lost twenty one excited. You have not not the most inspiring inspiring of debuts. We will definitely be talking about that. We will be talking about the upcoming game against the redskins preseason week number two we'll be talking about some recent news and notes with the team and everything in between we have a couple of even <hes> a couple little listener comments and questions. We're gonna we're gonna try and get that came our way that are kind of pertinent to the topics that we've talked about. I apologize to some of the some of the folks that joined us live immediately because <hes> we had a little bit of a snafu yet again. We're still kind of working through this new youtube a platform of how they do the live streaming. You'll also hear a different <hes>. I hate to use the term but a little bit lower quality audio from john because we have to kind of get creative in how we stream him in dan so stick with us. We're getting it handled. Unfortunately there's like. I've said the past few episodes. This has been a little bit of something something that <hes> is a little out of control because we don't work for youtube so google google google has it out for us that that is that is for sure true but we thank you for making the move over to the to the news stream for those tuning in live and for those <hes> it's on cincy jungle the updated linkin can everything so. We should be good to go. <hes> hopefully more more join us here in just a little bit but we appreciate everybody coming in here joining us live. Let's let's kinda before we before we go into all kinds of details about the bengals preseason week one game against against the chiefs. Let's talk about some news notes that i found to be that that have been headline grabbers and or very interesting <hes>. I guess we could start with the bengals. <hes> they lost can't perkins <hes> they waived him. I think he has an intention to retire so that within offensive tackle group <hes> did is already thinner now that he's gone <hes> you know. They may try and see what they get out of. Somebody like a key sutherland. Who's who's kind of a guard tackle a guy at the n._f._l. Level so <hes> kept perkins is gone. He did not play very well. <hes> as did unfortunately not many of the linemen did so <hes> he is. He is gone and the bengals made a claim and jon. You you had a little bit of interesting information on this young young man the defensive tackle out of <hes>. I think he was out of vanderbilt. He was a rookie and the bengals claimed him off of waivers leave. It's doray owed odhiambo <hes> off of waivers yeah. Hey hey i'm. I'm very cozma politics buddy so he was with the buccaneers but <hes> do not make it there. You said this is kind of intriguing guy in a tweet. You put out recently yeah. You're gonna call. They're doing as a convair yeah the obviously at least tonight at ten on the name scale but yeah it was actually i didn't really say a lot about this defensive tackle class but the going through the reduction metrics in terms of market share. Let's see got out necessarily from twenty four you're vanderbilt and actions best season in his junior twenty seventeen or e a lot of high quality arch conservative market sure and in forcing combine because it wasn't that big of prostate but it they came away with the great recount insurance real good flexibility good a good explosion as well jim so he's good production. Who's getting out in college. I guess thanks just workouts bain players because these alzheimer's disease a rookie drafted so you know the skiff a chance to sir new and i think right now goal abused practice squad because he's essentially replacing now scott on now now i on injury observe a week ago and basically taking place on the roster. There's just very little chance he makes any movement can put anybody at disagree off offer us right now but i think he just comes in replaces depth there. Maybe challenges you know chance one of the <unk> nor any player claremont visas for this. I think in terms of guy you can pick up on waivers in mid august. He's about as high as you can. Come and <unk> obviously near scenario has but a chance to start mewing nope never banning calling the somewhat got it all on yourself in terms of just a mid august waiver wire saying you're the guy who has a problem with this so oh were you surprised that the bengals maybe didn't make that the dad was the position that they decided to bolster after after what we saw last week <music> tackled but there's this <hes> this is the way the n._f._l. Is right now. There's a lot more overflowing pass rushers then they are protectors right now and i'm sure they're i'm sure they're still looking for the guys that they can pick up on the line for his perkins but right now lake one more body at this year for them to make them substantially better if they want to see what they haven't just give them more rest and of the left and right tackle spots that's fine they see but yet officers alphabet tackle desperate have been worse for the bengals since the city with a team and as always for three or four years ago at all. You always had solidity at that position. It's it's really really really die right now because again if you're going into as our so we now have of <hes> maybe this was an an indictment of what the quarterback play looked like from from the backups <hes> on saturday but jeff driscoll now is getting looks at different special teams type of situations and <hes> he's getting <hes>. I think it's a wide receiver and special teams so <hes> in zack taylor made a note. Hey you know <hes> this is a guy that is wanting to do what's necessary to make the team. <hes> good sign bad sign. He did not do anything really impressive. <hes> on saturday whereas finley looked pretty good. Is this a is this a way that they may be get creative native to keep a guy and athletic on the roger. Maybe like that kid from the saints that does all kinds of different stuff or is it. Is it <hes> you you know. This isn't looking so great in terms of his outlook on on making the team in any position ever seen speaking person. I can tell that he's pretty pretty full right now. Coach speak and he made very clear the judge frizzell quote unquote wasn't a backup quarterback competition but the black quarterbacks fought is already valuable enough increase of quarterbacks value and besides just being the backup quarterback and you can pretty much tell read. It's in my mind right feeling. This point is trying to catch up and i believe that the preceding elevate scopus yielding look at the numbers you just look it out the to play gong boys lot more accurate is still wrong and these you just within these game but then you're thinking okay. The guy that they invested in driscoll is guys been uber call years. You also say you know there is obviously some bias towards that killer and against <hes> martin lewis when they use jeff driscoll at wide receiver before ford and then he got hurt everybody playing lewis even though taylor's doing these things the exact same reasons to increase guy because he's athletic and the most impressive pretty solid from driscoll last year were them because when this guy's making snap and this and that you never see in you know going them someplace can go on his hands makes happen with that so i think driscoll is like the perfect guy to do this preseason but in terms of what the backup quarterback quarterback battle is right now. It's pretty at least to mess up wurley purchase those reps back in doing this the phone now. It pretty much tells us that just i want to do business in the area thing as howard as a team because there was a while ago thinking about maybe going to give just a certain point they wanted to and just going going to be kept on the roster because of that one feeling is racist point. It's going to be two quarterbacks and whistling drafts wrong and only hit a stain on is if you do more for again organic. He has a lot of interesting stuff that i think some of some of which is <hes> it has been predicated on when some of the performances we saw in week one against the chiefs from certain players in position groups. I think <hes> some of it is is what i feel john is at. I don't think we're seeing a finished product in terms of a roster being constructed going into the regular season. I think they're going to continue to tweak make a move probably not on these high end type of trade for trent williams thing but <hes> you know i think they may scour the waiver wire after final no cuts and what they may come out with as a as a final roster after their final cuts they may see someone out there and add another one or two names. Do you agree i i would like they're still finding out what they have on the road team. Not looking at the waiver wire or whatever else has gone through so many things right now. Let's tweet is so very fluid oxygen. That's going on on the island linebacker position always physician groups that had obviously uncertainties with new eyes at the situation this situation experienced and a lot of the spots are under a severe competition arkham over and yes this expertise in game in the next when you have that will tell us a lot of that where the situations are going but i think definitely this is a sign of how aggressive they're going to be at least relatives of power of the bengals indian river count acquisition before the season starts but they're not necessarily strangers through these customs your passport using we will see the l. major as the roster takes on the seventies guys yup and that process began this <hes> <hes> well. I guess it continued this last saturday. When the bengals <hes> faced off against the chiefs <hes> talk about that in just a second but <hes> again he's he's john sharon. I'm anthony costanza this. The orange black insider bengals podcast ended as always we tell you you can get this program on a number of different platforms. Please subscribe leave rating and let us know what you think of the show you can get it on itunes stitcher on spotify on google play. You can get it on the megaphone platform. If that's reach reach us together. We're also obviously on youtube where we stream live and then <hes> oliver content is on cincy jungle as well so get the show how you can we appreciate your support order in the you know all the we get so many awesome positive feedback <hes> so much awesome positive feedback. It's it's pretty neat to see. We appreciate that so <hes>. Please get the show how you can and we're going to continue to hopefully bring you product you like hey i'm spencer hall. I'm holly anderson. I'm ryan nanny <music>. I'm jason kirk and we're the host of the shutdown full cast your avengers of college football podcast it says in the script to riff on what that means and basically what i mean is this audience orange spoiled every tuesday we talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling unfashionable pants we warren middle school we also do talk about college football every now and then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the booth early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken subscribe for free on apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast app giancarlo bengals else bengals. I don't know if you wanna call late nag. But what do you think it's the team that was counted better coast and the other it was on the road allow this to ended up being twenty one point loss and <music> but i i just wanna look at when the real guys out there serves rather than the bengals were digitized seven seven which i do believe wasn't in bed much different than how the first team back in last october went and it kinda snowballed after that but obviously you know joe mix nor view bernard <hes> an office line will still very much in flux dojar matters wellness. You consider carlson. I'm sure that she had guys and they wonder if there's a a mixed bag to begin with just turned to a crash on it. You can tell that was going to they're still taking up the coach's suppressing to do and i'm just like a mentally prepared to compete but the team is probably due at least go the championship game again. Now i know everyone was to talk about golden and he was p._f. S player of the game for the bengals innocent for nine eight yards and also touched on in almost had touched on the josh alone so ah yes we'll start with going <hes> my opinion this that drive has gone a lot of praise like exactly what terri wanted one one is over this year with the new scheme and i just feel that the pain are how you feel about the whole another quarterback. That performance drive shouldn't really sway your thoughts on him. In just new offense in any positive or negative wet i feel like if you're pessimistic unknown you look at elbit that reaches fired under throw the gospel mona's society consistency of his arm strength and then you hold up with perfect time on tate and so so you can look at that angle you could look at the fact that in a lot of third downs us for the ball around the judge on palestinians hate limbs as well so i think it was mainly expect stack for him personally and i don't want to selling they'd be done in that says but i feel like i didn't learn enough about how he's growing in this offense and how much he can ruin the songs from from one driving last year was one of the worst defense in the n._f._l. But again no agreement though running backs all that stuff obviously it s i said this on on the post game reactions i i feel like there were mistakes made by veteran captain players that should not have been made <hes> i give it a give it a more a bigger pass than usual because it's preseason game one it is this preseason may be the focus. Isn't there the rest is there. <hes> you know that happens but i mean i look early in the game carlos down whenever you're defensive captains hasn't egregious the encroachment penalty that extends achieves drive that ends up leading to that help helps to lead to that opening drive touchdown by the chiefs andy dalton mis-throw you you can't have that <hes> and he came back and he made the throwdown tate which i think was very nice. Throw ironically. He makes that throw in tight coverage and he doesn't make the throw in the plays wide open <hes> i again i don't know i don't want to overly criticise andy andy dalton because we know that that is just a sensitive issue among so many bengals fans but i i just look at it and i i think to myself. These are just mistakes that you can't make <hes> that you that especially that your captains can't make <hes> even though it's preseason game one even though dalton in malone don't have the same. Maybe the same type of chemistry that he and a._j. Green do he in tyler boy. Do i don't know they just seem that seemed like too big mental until mistakes from two captains because even though dalton's was more of a physical type of thing he he can make that throw i mean we talk read his arm strength. I mean he can make that throw and he should make that throw so to me. There were some routine things that that bothered me. There were some penalties throughout the game and in someone told me <hes> you know they saw zack taylor visibly frustrated by the penalties <hes> so to me if strictly talking kind of about dalton i mean that's one of the guys who wanted to focus on. I did like the intermediate throws he in tyler boyd. Look at by the way tyler boyd was kind of the other thing <hes> the other kind of captain initials guy off a fresh new big contract almost has a devastating play which technically could have been called as it was on the field a a fumble ish type of play so you know three kind of early game type of type of mistakes. Maybe it's butterflies. Maybe it's rust. Maybe it's all the above but can't have that from three of your better players in my opinion and even though it is a preseason game. I want to say that from my cousin investigations when you say that because for me my mind biggest hope i guess not necessarily to prove any building because you basically said it's done but i think what the hindu cream more <unk> receivers only saw <unk> it will still connector on the putting up on but of course as i've seen the pass like he's almost better throwing tested jumbles <unk>. Just throwing is opening in that sense. I've always thought on date. You know they tyler over the years you've covered by destroying it up in the situation so again it. It just didn't really tell me a lot. I just need to see more and i don't think that we can really stand on any type of having improved yet again. Sweet one again. There's not a lot out there and also they didn't really own much and also big point about you. We're going to run running all these other prehistoric full terminology out there but they ran the ball eleven on scheme and i think it was just as just seeing how driscoll finley kind of handle the adjustment of of the of the game because you had sherman williams starter injured half within the game and you're relying on tour in quin flowers pass protection and and how many of the end up having so maybe that also had an effect on and maybe they didn't plan to really rely on the passing them much but ultimately i think what you look for on going forward is continuing to spread the ball around the author quickly and you know as they dive into the scheme. How can you respond adjusting to because again. It's not like a barometer of how exceeding the other thirty right and you look at. I mean when you talk about the running backs <hes> they were used as pass catchers a bit <hes> quin flowers had a catch trayvon williams had thirteen yard catch <hes> and then of course <hes> ellis had five five catches for in one being the touched yeah so <hes> you know that they're so they're not maybe running the ball. They are using them as as receivers. There's one thing i wanted to bring up in this kind of something that we could have. I guess segue to bit a bit more fluidly from the last segment into this one but i i usually like to get fan questions on our standalone listener questions episodes but every once in a while we like to talk about some of these questions that come come our way from fans on this this weekly show <hes> we got one from kevin evans in part of the reason. I wanted to do this via email part of the reason. I wanted to do it visit because he says who day from the bahamas so <hes>. I think it's pretty cool that someone's watching us from the bahamas. Kevin i think has been watching our show and listening to our show for quite some time so hello oh kevin from the bahamas. I wish i was there my friend but <hes> he's asking about <hes>. Do you think there's a chance the bengals mu billy price back at right guard. The right guard spotty played at ohio state. Coach taylor were to make that move. Are you comfortable with trade hopkins at center so thanks for the broadcast listening to you guys religiously so thanks. Thanks for that support kevin. I you know obviously left guards kind of an issue on and continues to be an issue. I thought john john jerry pate played very poorly on at least from the limited snaps that i saw <hes> right guard was and then we saw a <unk> i i think billy price was steady throughout most of his time but he did have one or two really bad place so that has since now landed him at least early this week taken reps with number twos as as at center in trae hopkins is now getting the start so what what's your take on that i i'm kind of thinking you know they're open to what this is a staff that seems to be open to all kinds of different ideas on the offensive line including maybe moving price. What do you think turn is not committed to to price like oslo's taylor and we'll be solved for previously but you just said for eighty percent of the building in a sense of just basic easy blocks ninety percent of the size of the n._f._l. Doom has to reach when he says a move when he's asked to take on a sheet and those tackle on an outside run counter runs in trouble and those issues hasn't really changed from l._s._u. And they haven't changed from his time at at senate last do not use of them be injured last year not in not getting prepared knowledge stuffing this year's your price and and we're to provide technical issues and so far in camp in one game of preseason have done that so i don't blame the coaching staff at all try offense. There in the question is culpable center. I'm more comfortable at imitate price. Neglecting price is always better car than than he was a senator in it had had the handle the situation last year like we discussed you know at this time last year when they had driven stroman at right guard and they had billy crushed <unk> center. You had trae hopkins being a solid center. If nothing okay now you had a potential solution ludicrous over when you sign committed on north breeze that right to have it open your left guard so might as well just try whatever works because i am more capable of atmosphere because will he be as steady as prices. He's not gonna give you the extremely negative place giving more positively more take that most other centers can make an outside zone scheme which i don't think really fits priced t i think he's getting he's nasty nets attendance but i think the technical nicole physical limitations to his game that he just really needs store common yet. This offense is still has to move on progress with her with that with more without their muscles role in it seems as if the staff is at least a little bit more open to hey. Let the best guy let the best guy do it. The best guy play because i mentioned john jerry a minute ago. One of if not i think the oldest player on the roster is has been kind of supplanted his starting snaps by the youngest guy on the roster michael jordan <hes> and obviously a lot of people like michael jordan he i liked him as a pig as well but <hes> very young and and still still raw he kinda did the same thing. Billy price did was guard probably a better guard at ohio state than than his of necessity and billy price is leaving. They moved him to center. He is now getting snapped. Starting snaps at left guard your thoughts on that john. It's it's very tough for a guy his size. You really do well. This makes a wager over did when when he was even more critically was six seventy guard but some of the issues that you see with during their the east lane by the baggy six six is harder for him to gain leverage harbinger <unk> but as a room lockers he's fun to watch as explosive get out the linebackers very quickly hand guys on on reach box quickly um in afghanistan. He just has to stay low and this is hard. It's hard for it's always five nine like nita's <unk> six. Stay low and may maintain leverage against greece techniques. You wanna put you on your bud. That's what we're gonna do and gartrell is that's. That's fine. I agree. I think centre will do much much good at that size but his in his athleticism are clear assets that can be useful blocking scheme and dan christian west from doesn't want to lay left art spot in jordan provide for upside than a guy like jerry does provide similar were less mental title gas at this go as well and you know if if you'd better price or two they won't try their colleagues price out of luck in that sense but i i do think ultimately press starting because i don't know that they're going to fully commit talk in there but joy run away with that job who do due bobo for him is user at at -sition and you know i. I don't have a highest expectations for because he still has problems in past protections establishing a base. I kind of really work case issues just playing going through the motions in that sense but he played okay against the city and he had his show that he had it has needs in those are going to run again. When you have so much chaos on the line in that sense you might as well try with the with the opposite gives it is yeah so interesting. Step just a backup real. Quick on the offensive line talking about billy price <hes> for those of you who do not know <hes> and you should because if you're subscribing to our fees you should've got you should have been able to access. It's all of this audio. My co host was part of a really cool in he explained this on our listener questions <hes> videos well but he was given access recently along along with jake gov locked on bengals podcast and <hes> was it was a matter who who was the other one that was with john our good friend nick nick manchester. That's right yeah so yeah so he's he's a contributor there as well so <hes> kind of cool. I ah those three were given access. Billy price was one of the people that you interviewed and i when i listened to the interview i had heard. I think it was you who had asked the question russian. Maybe it wasn't but it was just kind of. How's the foot fewing right <hes>. Do you think it anything whether it was last year's injury this planner fasciitis. He was apparently dealing with with this off season. Do you think that had anything to do. Maybe with some of the struggles we saw or is this just still fundament fundamentally somewhat flawed log player and i it's necessarily he was very terse and did you notice he was very terse when you when you ask that he to me he he just was like trying to assure that one hundred percent with might not go whoa from now the letter forms they just put out there but the issues that i follow will more more technical physical limitations that he has prompted for the past couple of years and not necessarily anybody doing with a bad foot and and so yeah i wouldn't necessarily blame the issues we saw potential injury but if that's story the team was and that's all kind of finishing up before we transition into because this is gonna probably be a bit of a long discussion as well before we transition into <hes> talking talking about the bengals who they have up next on tap the washington redskins <hes> there is both a text we received on our <hes> <hes> on our o._b._i. Line as well as some comments in the live youtube chat <hes>. Let's see <hes> doc out in tate looked <hes> will smith agitate looks good too and then. I believe this was from dan in tennessee the final anthony the final cuts receivers in defensive linemen are going to be very interesting so with tyler boyd looked great aside from that one. I play i mean he was moving the chains he was doing tyler elbowed things right so aside from from him. You know the banks were a down a._j. Green they didn't have john rossa. They needed josh malone to step up. He would have been then he would have had an explosive. <hes> you know stat line that passed. We discussed earlier been converted <hes> there. Are you know i thought i'll take stepped up. Nicely made that nice high point grab stanley morgan made a couple of nice grabs damian willis the guy who has been wowing camp his was a little quiet in the actual game but the depth there at wide receiver looks pretty good and i think people especially at wide receiver seems every year. There's is these these guys that people get hyped about and they you know inevitably. One doesn't make it in other. Never you know we're going to lose them. They're going to go somewhere else and then usually the bengals are able to get them on the practice squad but that being said <hes> pretty pretty big scrammed between morgan tate and willis at this point for one. Maybe two spots in in that position group. What do you think man <hes> you know. He just continues to kinda. Make plays the separation ration- from cornerbacks as an issue but it's not as big of an issue when he's able to grab the ball right over on the biggest variable here is because i think you gotta be at least six years on the quarter final roster and i i. I'm more leaning towards seventeen number because i think they're just going to have up green. They're just not active ready like three or four weeks into the season last technically have six able bodied receivers roster. Maybe jack kennedy not have is like one of them. Dressed could very will because they still haven't. I just haven't plane at the flavor spot over insulate is the john ross who still currently injured and i think personally the best outcome with would be to have untainted daniels stanley morgan who we wouldn't forget. He had a pretty good day himself early. I think snaps me had like six targets from a place of him. Stanley has a row. We're going going for them. I am so far so like the what they decided to quit course can depend on on tape and on better receivers were roster and personally. I think it's better to police corps. What is the the the fact that they're in san francisco here. In the second quarter having some form of influence of roster you could basically transplant goop and but it's helpful than on has been digging subtleties reps along with cody or definitely helps out his chances so right now i think if they keep seven seven is probably taste job to lose but he would like to have one of those undrafted guys snag one of the spots from court and you know it depends on how much much value or you're losing <unk> which personally if you know me and my take on this really you could have special teamer anyways. I think it's just a certain level trust in that that whole like you know better practice player guide lists coach more thing than than what he doesn't game but i think you would be best eating tate and one of those grab a guy physically whatever ever with best went up to the going ever but it all depends on how committed they are corey but i think right now takes about where he's <hes> yeah i i. It seems as if he dominates the players may be that in in the preseason that he should. I guess should but <hes>. I don't know how that i don't know if that's going to <hes> you know now. I don't know if that's going to translate in the regular season against starting players that sort of thing it's just preseason and regular season definitely do different. You know two different beasts. They're in closing up on this. <hes> this was a question in this kind of question that i had been someone <hes> someone in the live youtube chat got and i'm gonna try and try and find it here <hes> basically they said they think i think that the the depth looked pretty good. I don't necessarily agree with that. I think the bengals <hes> i. I need to need to kinda see if i can find that loan again but it basically it basically basically it's something that <hes> you know somebody brought up and i don't know exactly how i feel about that like i said going going into this game. I kind of feel like certain areas are very deep in other areas are not at all so i did that did that translate ensley that feeling translate to you as well. You know like one of the worst unit for rebecca stares abysmal or there will argue. The line is any good shape right now. I'm good note your pilot jefferson. Davis traffic is known since sheffield. You had twenty living up there. Play major snaps. No i'm getting tangled will over the place. <hes> you know just no but he's dominated. There are just making silly mistakes. Iraq penalties ladies unfortunately getting involved in some crappy passer fairview calls that went against them but the dominated skiing again is his back bacchus <music> once the other therapy right now baffler when you're right. This team dominated the bengals right now. The only laurie now is there. Someone preserves in some backup so they so we've got. We're going to close up this segment here in just a second but we've got <hes> somebody somebody calling in on the line hi. This is the black saturday. Who's this was going on trial. Ah are up in shows in palo this one of the thing though <hes> <hes> whenever out for retirement one or i like you know i i appreciate that man. We're we're we're. We're doing our thing in our own little our own little corner and now i appreciate it bye. It will say i have had the pleasure of speaking with jeff hobson a couple times and he is a heck of a nice guy dark mark and internal problems <hes> want to say a we added his dress like come back over one the one thing <hes> generally people were saying you know <music> a change and if player on the first of the game and i'll lose her uh-huh personality's coming out of even one man on the new i have not quite as camman guy but you can see with <hes> the patients in the head the the paneling kaz by elite elite coach not not banning mad but you it'd be better and i wanna show arbil niagara which everybody i after. I got that people appreciate that man. I appreciate that we'll keep ya keep in touch man. We'll we'll talk to you. Soon appreciates checking in so normally we limit that the calls and all that kind of stuff but we wanted to get to that call there are real quick john before we transition <hes> and i think this is a good segment. Both there's kind of a two pronged question. One is kind of an issue that the tyrrell just brought up here one is how much stock should we take into this game for the cincinnati. Bengals three-touchdown loss to a very good team but don't know tyler i for know a._j. Green no john ross no joe mix. No giovanni bernard no kara lawson no william jackson no dark has denard all all of those guys off the field first preseason game new coach obviously some kinks but still a lot of mistakes some of these young guys that were drafted after in the in this this kinda ties in terrell's point the duke tobin effect the duke tobin era recently there has not been a lot of high picks making taking big impacts. You look at billy price. We talked about as now clinging to a starting spot by a thin threaded seems set our way he back in fifteen. We know where we're in. Jake fischer from the draft as well. John ross can't stay healthy and on the field. You know the first round pick joan williams this year hurt so <hes> <hes> i guess if you wanna marry those two topics there i mean how do you feel about this one lone preseason game with all of these guys out of the lineup and if you feel positive how do you kind of feel about some of the recent things going on in the draft with duke tobin. I and i could never dream of replacing him. Use the absolute goeke we would be little team there little little hotter than the next version of hobson and horrid man white white. You're hops in that sense. Why wouldn't you be a kind of weird to me but regardless regardless with dressing and i talked to them about about this runs a reactive bengals instagram accounts such as central banks as you as you can get but he was talking about a busy literal sane lack of impact players from recent drafts and i believe that i guess the tone of the tobin approach would the guys who <hes> niche players very good specific roles or at least their their vision of those players in those roles are very specific acidic and that's fine when you attack the drought that fine if you have a certain base level of talent or certain base level of franchise elevate repairs on your team and compared with the n._f._l. As a whole thing certainly have a lot of that and then i'll tell they have a couple of guys concern serbia lead from a rolling the upper part of the roger sense but not exactly the most top the n._f._l. Can necessarily carry a lot of niche place needed additionally acquires much talent players as possible which is why you know in the wrath of one of them to take a little bit more risks not say safe players who can only one or two things do them well so when those taste shirley turnout then your talent going on even bigger and that's i think this will be saw basically reasoning the deaths on on these positions assault okay for players compared them just the rest of the league when they go up against other teams like you see the spirit of talent and when you don't have the league coaching eighteen not yet we hope we go taylor and stuff that we don't have around you becomes tougher to really joke with the really easy but some of the best teams in the league so so in terms of reacting to this like dishonored lots take away from it because of the increase in that sense but basically tells us that this this long way to go and we can't can't really you know crown them as playoff contenders just yet still a little bit far fetched for me personally right now. I'm like see what this team does with more count but you know the the the the starting twenty two that came out there is very similar to what they had last season when they have those drew so as we've seen like is not going to be done with different if they suffer a lot of injuries <hes> again lou the injury late in that sense now. It's not that much different in terms of you know players carrying unloaded replacing compensating for losses. If everyone stays healthy it can be a different story but if everyone stays healthy in the bengals has not really you know follow. There's very little dynamic in that sense so i think we just need to see more and drive of the stars is really going to sway my opinion back forth but in a lot of working a lot more kushner kind of this one of the big things that will show zack taylor's worth erc show him cutting his teeth as a coach is creating his staff in general is creating schemes in creating eating plays that minimize the the matchup weaknesses of the players that they'll be putting out there if they can do that if they can. They can really play to do their specific players that they're trotting out there to the strengths of those players. <hes> you know this team can be a competitive team. If if that's going to be too big of a hill to climb mm-hmm and really maybe some of us are over estimating the talent of some of these players that they are putting out there then you know that's not this this could get ah ugly pretty quick but i think that you know having a joe mixon geo bernard in vert and ross and green and all of for those guys back obviously make a huge difference but none of those guys <hes> there's no loss in there's no jackson but that defense looked a little loss which was <hes> <hes> not not very good to see and you know taylor first time n._f._l. Head coach callahan. I you know really first. Stint is an offensive coordinator <hes> <hes> in the n._f._l. And anna room first time as a defensive coordinator as well so a lot of experience from the the major trio of coordinators and coaches there. This is the orange black insider bangles podcast. He's john sharon anthony costanza. We're gonna get outta here in just a few minutes <hes> but we're going to talk about the upcoming game what to watch for against the redskins before we do you. I want to remind you to get this show on itunes on stitcher on spotify on google play on megaphone. You can get it <hes> on youtube in cincy the jungle dot com hi daniel hi amanda we get to tell everyone about the new pod eaters digest eaters digest that is right are brand. New podcast is is available now. It's everything you need to know about the world of food every week with a little help from the biggest names in the industry and journalists from the eater newsroom. We're gonna talk about everything from the worst things that diners do restaurants to fake meat. We're gonna talk about delivery tack. We are going to argue a lot about how to behave in restaurants. Oh yeah big time so many things. I mean there's politics politics yes. I'm alex comes up. 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That show is party. Listen to you all that more. If you subscribe to the virtuous wherever you get your podcast would love to listen and join us so again. Subscribe to the virtuous wherever you get your podcast. We'll see their john. Let's talk about that. Let's segue this. I mean really one of the things just kind of talking about a little bit of the question that i just mentioned to you in terms of your concern level of what was on film by the bay. What was put on film by the bengals last week against the chiefs do you now. I mean a lot of people don't take a lot of stock in preseason. Is this a game where you can. Maybe especially with guys coming back. It's the second preseason game so maybe some of these starters will get a few more snaps than they did. I think he played one dr both teams. They basically one drive and then they were done. <hes> exists a game where you say okay. Maybe maybe now. I can have a little bit better gauge age and read on this team or is it still kinda yet still too early. I think it's still a little too early but thanks a the redskins and she is different and various ways obviously that she said mahomes an explosive offense but i think the risk in terms of the front seven town have a lot more to offer teeth and when you still have an office with potentially to new starters out there michael jordan and maybe betray hopkins is gonna tell how that group is going and how the defector works because i like the redskins got <unk> around week on thirty to ten so the earth also barometer that you can use in terms of leading cleveland is the real deal on how tehran against them but <hes> in terms of how this all the washington stars appear to how they looking city that can be then you will get a perfect comparative sampling defense is going up against the record. The way has in place it will be interesting to see how they adjust to him and how he really handles patient bengals best and how did they pressure him. I was still listed out at you know i can nicole austin's see guys like ancient brownsword order will improve in the snaps that they get. I think you know one more game is not going to really sway my opinion in any way there's going to be more or less often in that sense the different strengths and weaknesses this redskins team in obviously going one week into the preseason the starters keegan sugars are going to play a little bit more four of accident rookie. Yes another in another hostile environment and it's gonna be interesting to see how the response so what would mean what what would you prefer for to see if you had the choice between one of the two occurring continued kind of consistent play from andy dalton in that first team offense kind of what you saw for the most most part aside from that one through last week like some consistent showing his comfort level in this new offense than than putting up a you know some points in and dan moving the ball a bit or would you rather see an improvement from the defense this next week. I think you know similar. <hes> game script for dole's opening would be fine with me. I don't know how much mixing bernard are gonna play. <hes> for the for the firstrand i imagined that they a book a handful areas and around each <hes> obviously defense against the poorest of your drive built in the game and and they're going up against the amount and that risk is we have a true number one receiver took really bus and not end there on the line the redskins of dealing with their own crisis in williams l. gerber not tree limbs or not satisfy her wednesday which he's been absent from that organization for breakfast also ran by donors in sports but air eric flowers hall people starting in your more downgrades so it's going to be a chance for that has rested. I do really disrupt really help out backstage with the linebackers to really get response quickly greg diagnosed. It's easier chance for billions against the interior guys chance over game against the gala clouds and you know at that depth response to you know kind of getting run over torch second half of the chiefs <hes> yeah i would love to see defense and i think it will be. It'll be a little easier for them because they're not facing who are giving three players. You're gonna be watching for this week. <hes> continue to watch staling were intimacy in a high volume of targets for snap is again six targets thirteen snaps. Kinda tells me something no nothing else. I'm gonna watch <hes> mike jordan again. When does he does sort of look. At how much i the guards five and on defense only watch a little bit more product because i ended up watching a lot of danger brad is because of how much you showed out how shuffling going on i think pratt overall had a very up and down game in terms of of building slow to diagnosed react with the run game but had some left sony coverage recognizing going going to pay more hedges awesome good picks. I guess for me. I would say i'd look at drew sample. I think he's a guy that had some ups and downs as well <hes> this last week and dan. I'm curious to see how if how he is going to be used in this offense. <hes> i am <hes> i. I guess i will have once again. I don't know if trayvon williams is gonna play just because it's a short week and he's got the rib injury but i would like to see these backup running backs now that especially 'cause rodney anderson probably won't play until the third preseason game it it came out and said so <hes> you know some of those backup running backs just to see what they have in the stable. If if rodney anderson may be <hes> you know still needs to to have a little time and all that obviously when he is back that's a guy. I'm definitely going to be interested to watch but i'm interested i in those backup those backup running backs at this in this offense tough to say who else <hes>. I guess i you know as weird as it sounds. I guess i'd like to see the ah there. The duo of starting safeties i thought sean williams jessie bates look lost last week. <hes> there were a couple of plays <hes> <hes> including one to travis kelsey where williams look didn't even turn around and it netted like a thirty six yard gain <hes> and it just kind of continued to show that the bengals are not doing very much or i guess they're not have not improved very much in terms of guarding tight ends running backs at least if we're taking that sample size that we saw last week so those are some of the players i'm going to be looking at that. I'd like to see some marked improvement from going forward <hes> any other final thoughts or impressions of the <hes> the i dunno observations. You'll we kind of wanting to see from this game john. I've said so get get through another another one i i do. I would say that the defensive stroz gerald is the nobody nobody has implemented a more successful missile adaptation of the earrings that region patrick homes and it's going to continue no ripping off <unk> shreds so i think that you know this. This performance would be a better sense of judgement for defense is right now and again not gonna change that a little bit but and if they show substantial enough essential just noticeable improvement against a case keenum offense. I think we can gain a little more confidence. It's really going from one extreme to the other because the rest is nearly as complex horizontally oriented as the chiefs are so i i think we can draw some different conclusions after this game but if they continue to struggle then i then at opposite of the author then if they can they can if they continue to struggle yeah jamie crag in the live youtube chances ryan finley in game two. That's definitely a guy to watch. He's probably going to be getting getting second team. Snaps based on what what occurred what he did last week and what jeff driscoll did not do last week <hes> and as and based on some of the moving around that driscoll is done john one thing john and maybe this this'll be more prevalent in game three of the preseason rather than game too but one thing i will be watching for and you kind of briefly briefly touched on it is when andy dalton and that offense is kind of off script right so usually the first drive the i drive of the game a team in an offense basically has a script of plays that they were gone throughout practice they have as game goes on obviously ebbs and flows they they you would hope they transition in and do different things but <hes> you know i'm curious to see with with. Maybe some were extended playing time with andy dalton in this offense. I'm curious to see what kind of going off those scripted eight to ten initial plays that they work work on throughout the week courtesy what they look like in the success rate from there <hes>. I think that that's gonna show a lot for dalton taylor and all those guys so <hes> aw that's something i'll be looking for it because like when you have the pieces missing your own silent right now it requires more for the quarterback rebecca kind of handled things just trying to make things work in that sense so knowing degreen <unk> yet you say ziggy bike really really pushed. Please zero-some to make more than just arouse of their running to try to get extra yardage. Notre <unk> defenses is trying to be exploited the eye the browser rhythm part <hes> one big air success successful drive against them so there's cages well <hes> enjoy the game this week buddy u._n._l._v. yoon you and i we work in it and <hes> for those wondering <hes> we we'll be working the game <hes> for since he jungle dot com so definitely keep it there for news opinions analysis breaking stuff throughout the game <hes> john and i are part of a a large crew in a seems to be growing crew of people that have been contributing to the website at a at a high level so that that's awesome keep it. There will also take take <hes>. We'll probably be taking the airwaves. After the game immediately following the game either john and or myself will do some post game reactions. That's probably going to to occur on since he jungles facebook feed. 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Garcelle Beauvais, Maura Tierney & Dr. Monica L. Monica?

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Champagne corks can lead to painful injuries devastating vision laws. We don't want anyone ringing in the new year in an ophthalmologist surgery table. What do you think like new year's. Eve is like an ophthalmologist worst nightmare now that i'm thinking about it yes. They're all out here being like you know they're on call waiting around waiting for the phone. Wondering it's like another one another one another or their parties like screaming. Everyone pointed up. Put a towel love the way above the waist and they're like oh. Is that monica l. monica. She's so annoying on new it's dr monica monica disrespectful and you call her doctor dr dr monica and she won't informal or formal that literally has that literally relates to the next call. One of the calls are you should just play it right. After this dr dr monica me dr monica monica no <hes> <hes> i just listened to the podcast ask from friday and i had a pause and stop because as your official trading spaces correspondent i wanted to offer a little bit more insight and again you're never ever ever gonna play this but you just need to know <hes> that hosted page davis <hes> hirsch herbage her name is actually mindy in days but then in like two thousand and six or so <hes> there was actually a trading spaces wedding special where our very own indie page davis got married to <hes> like robbery singer and his last name name was page <hes> so she could have been known legally i guess as <hes> page page or potentially each page at that last night and if you teach davis but according to her her memoir <hes> that i actually just fought in reading <hes> page by page she decided it was time to keep these data or <hes> like totally reasons anyway okay fresh crunch and you will never pay this but you know 'cause it's important to buy. It just proves that like there's there's some there's something out there for. Everyone meaning like this guy knows all this information about trading spaces. He was like a book that i love what let my favorite books page by page by page davis. I'm sorry page by page by page. Davis is a crazy thing to say. Hey jr by page by page. Davis whose real name is mindy who married a guy named page who guy named patrick page whose name could have been page page whose name technically is page page so just like monica monica who by the way has an acting career. You're on the side of her ophthalmology. Which we just just goldstone years she played justin long's mom in the movie waiting and monica monica yeah monica dr monica l. monica played just an l. longs mom in the movie waiting starring ryan reynolds that came out in two thousand five. Do you think the ellen monica l. monica stands for legend because it seems like she is honestly the most important person i've ever accidentally googled on this podcast. I'm sorry full bio on as a physician and frequent candidate dr after monica monica has parlayed her unusual name into a commodity helped by circumstances not of her own making the descendant of italian emigrant ambition to be a doctor and was a high achiever academically and our are youth who wrote lane monica monica yeah jrue clearly. She's clearly an opthamologist slash. Actress slash biographer read the end of the bio. It gets like own. Oh in the two thousand general election dr monica was again a candidate but did not wage a serious candidacy for president. She was overshadowed by white white separatist david duke and state representative david vetter. Oh my god he won. She did not just candidates and then she resumed her practice but remained an advocate on healthcare issues. She also dabbled in acting then. Hurricane katrina destroyed practice then she ran unsuccessfully for louisiana state senate. Then nothing happened happened since then lindsey. Did you see her nickname. No monica squared but no not stop. Stop okay so monica monica weena move on page davis from trading spaces her. She married his dining patrick page in two thousand one. His last name is page. H her first name is patriot. A book called page by page. I just think that that's all incredible information. My ever gonna read page davis's memoir no but i'm so happy that it exists i i would say don't go crazy because i feel like if maybe for example. I bought the paperback for four sixty five. Did you already buy it. Just appeared it on your doorstep. Maybe you would buy it. Maybe would read it way. Did you just buy it and said. I didn't he just by it but i'm considering no. Don't send me fucking. I'm not gonna read for page davis. I'm i'm not gonna do that thing where it's like. Oh i don't need this in a hurry because no one should be using amazon one day delivery by the way. No one should be doing one day. It's a lot of it's hard to break people from amazon habit but i think an easy thing is never used same day. Never used knows it's world. Do i need page davis memoir page by page next next day delivery so it's not really a relevant to this conversation. I know that you're not going to quit using amazon. I'm not i'm not dilute deranged. Yes i'm not deranged. No one's gonna quit using amazon but don't use same day. Don't use next day. It's crazy. It's a terrible thing page by page. However is one of those perfect things where you can order it where it's like yeah. I don't need it for six months. Give me a prime now credit credit. I mean i don't need it. Forever is worth. We'll pay you ten dollars to get page by page in december. I'll be fine. We'll pay you shabby as slow as paul. We'll pay you to read it okay. Let's move on this. Obviously we don't care about this won't remember how on the tuesday episode we were kind of low energy and now we're like extremely i energy. I'm sort reveling in it. You're like a little bit psycho today. There's a lot of sweet best sleep okay. We're on the same page move on on. I know you're never gonna listen. This is my third call against me. My own <hes> slugging ruining. Mara is definitely a then in pittsburgh. I mean come on. She was named after the roommate anything like i don't know what to tell you steelers oil furthermore. He was the english version like english language. I three version of how you say your name listed under guard or i don't know what it is my girl with the dragon tattoo i would say on world. That was the more i kinda grow only because i don't know those other talking so is all get together. Really maher is definitely a pittsburgh for them and potentially a swedish movies from <hes> teigen c._m._t._s. okay we. I'm like blown up. I all all your accents like it's it. I'm in love. I'm not even going to try. I love the accent it's amazing. I didn't know that the rooney's founded the steelers lers and the mahras founded the giants in twenty sixteen. We absolutely talked about this into forget though gotta say we definitely did because as we talked about how the plane completely wild sane and that rooney and kate are rich as an rooney's real name is patricia but she goes by her her family name rooney mara so she's she not only is she like reminding you that that she is the rooney mara it's like of the famous mooney mahras if you are apparently apparently from pittsburgh or you care about sports in general because the john her her entire name is like <hes> money ause till like how rich family only was like football money football respect them are as and we must respect the rooney's but the argument that people may call the one thing that she did that we didn't even mention was girl with the dragon tattoo and that that would make her them. I don't think that makes her them because i eat replaced her and then no one even cared movie was such a flop that it didn't even get the other ones wants that was supposed to be the introduction of a big blockbuster new series and it flopped but didn't add didn't they replace her with with claire foy and literally no one's oldest well. They replaced her number one with claire foy with a story that wasn't even written by stieg larsson. It wasn't even written by the main guy. It was a brand new thing. It was like well. She's she has the dragon tattoo. She kicked the hornet's web. She did all this stuff and they were like what if she's in a spider's web now and they're like fine. It's the same thing they did this. As the dragon i didn't do so well the drag to i do not have time to look at the box office mojo but it was really hype. It was david venture. It was going to be huge. It costs so much money and it didn't make as much money as they wanted to make it made it didn't it wasn't a flop. I shouldn't have said flop but it wasn't as huge critically and commercially as they wanted to. They didn't make any more. They were going to remake the whole train now. Obviously it's a it's a sign that they didn't like. You can tell if they didn't make any more. It's really dark yeah. I really liked that movie. I saw one and try to even the score like venture fincher film. You know just thought it reserved to i didn't i didn't love it to watch yeah yeah. It's one of those. It's one of those fucked up things about like it's about like abuse. It's about like it's like a very very very very dark. It's like has a railway saying okay but we're saying we disagree that like this is i sold. I don't think that makes i'm saying we got a lot of calls saying like you forgot. She's dragon tattoo. It's like so did everyone else what who apparently not on ronin call okay member casting for this how big deal it was when they were who's gonna be girl with the dragon yeah they were like it's like casting anne and the musical anti they were like we're gonna look throughout the world to find like our girl the dragon tattoo like every young the white ingenue is either actually brunette or like can convincingly play brunette was in the running for this. Everyone can convincingly play brunette. I feel like i know someone who can't convince chevron and succession. I'm talking about high goal who just went brunette and looks insane so that's actually a good a good example that i thought of myself. Katherine heigl check her instagram. She went brunette and she's like. I'm brunette for a role and it's like what role like recast it okay so after all the shenanigans that have been going on this week with jeremy renner's app. He's shutting it down and made a he like bo knows posts on the app about how it has jumped the shark and it's everything that he detests and all this kind of stuff and that's why he's shoving his app down and i'm just wondering does the jeremy renner half getting shutdown. Make it more of who or them than it was is previously. I think to answer the final question. Tell me if you agree. I think it makes it more than me well. I we cover this app weeks ago months ago <hes> even before it even got any press we were definitely on the earlier side of this app then all of a sudden it got like a little people were like figuring out that existed right jeremy renner was on isn't that seeing that song in that ad for the car and he's he's got his amazon store which will get into in a second and then he has his abbey bore like really into the app and then when it got not too much attention it got trolled and then jeremy was like i'm not dealing with this trolley app. I'm shutting it down. He rose people. Were pretending to be casey. Anthony people were other be the app was not a well-made app. You could just be up you can use the watson eight german renner and then i didn't realize this but when every time anyone posted posted at like added you it looked like it was coming from jeremy renner so like the apple didn't work that well like it it miss. It looked like you were getting tweeted. At or in within the app from jeremy he just wanted a place for jeremy renner fans to connect and have a good time ruin debt so his post he his his goal posts which is notes app on steroids. It's insane what it's fully like. He made it in that. What was the the old macs like clarus works. What was like the whole hold. It doesn't matter read it. This app has jumped the shark literally dude. He doesn't know what literally judical ever neither i do. I do too clever individuals that were able to manipulate ways to impersonate me and others within the app. I have asked escape x the company that runs this app to shut it down immediately lately in refund everyone who has purchased any stars over the past ninety days what was supposed to be a place for fans to connect with each other has turned into a place that is everything i detest and can't or won't condone my sincere apologies for this to have not turned out the way it was intended to all the super fans that have supported me with your words or encouragement amazing art stories and time shared on the app a genuine thank you and i hope to see you on instagram twitter youtube and facebook so this app because of at this. I realized yeah this company. Escape x. is basically just has this like template. Sized is the same for everyone. Do you know the other people who have still have running. Absolutely i'm store. I mean jeremy renner's the most famous among them. It's wild amber rosa's indeed on tees. Does they're the same they're identical. Diamantis does prince a prince royce <hes> he might be. He's pretty famous. I'm kristie lia the guy who was in that show whitney median comedian abigail rochford. Oh i know that name <hes> fitness motivator l._a. Loved the boss so like this but the app though is what kind of caused this was because yeah people to write it was there was a issue with breath verification of identity and honestly like this. The option on that facebook kind of has not solved but that's like what facebook i had to go through to like a few years ago okay. What i'm saying is escape x. What if we make an escape x. up. That's just like for hulu. You can barely get the stickers to work. No no we don't have to do anything. How are you gonna make you just you just hall escape back to be like give us an we have facebook group. That's already like what we have. We know but no one can like but it's not it's own bespoke. App can't like pay for stars to get seen us that the honestly the most ridiculous thing about this app was that you paid for stars that your common could get seen by jeremy renner jeremy by jeremy renner like that was the point but this is not his only like thing that he does. That's weird online. He also has a store that everyone keeps sending to us. Which like is very funny. It's this amazon store. We haven't talked about on the podcast though talked about amazon stores in the pammy app kazatchkine astronauts why we were not excited about it because this is sort of an established thing that a certain tier of celebrity does a certain tier. I mean i don't even know what kind of celebrity does it's very strange. It's like it's just a front page says the jeremy renner store and it just got links to like outdoorsy things like a plaid shirt and like poi- a poison as an ivy treatment and like roasted almonds. It's just the weirdest roasted it's just to me. It's such a spammy. It's a spammy thing very very spammy to me because it reminds me of like help. People set up sites that are just <hes> like themed sites to drop ship things from china's essentially and then lee charging charge you as a middleman if feels like that but on amazon it really does what it is yeah but then he gets like custom yeah but it's like well photographed you know so. It looks almost more efficient than what it is like. It's good. It's good like there's there's something about it like the aesthetic is really nice but it's weird you realize it's really just a curated wishlist page of some just a curated wishlist and you click on more celebrities and you have like jessica alba meek. Mill's lena gomez martha stewart post malone like you'll have like big celebrities but then you click on their pages and it literally he is just. There's really no like editorial basis for this like if you can ryan seacrest you literally only get a shave jeff shave lotion polished by dr lancer and it's just ryan seacrest like face guy. They must've learned that consumers will click on celebrity. They must have learned that click through rates. You know we'll some of their products and then some are just their recommendations so it's also not standardized standardized. I love the outdoors. Here's the almonds that i eat when i'm hiking except like that i wear when hiking and then they photographed him about like a national park like fishing and hiking and looking through a pair of tiger weekly still have some information that might be important to <hes>. I was sitting on my couch as my parents are watching these spanish t._v. Channel has been norm in my household and i'm just throwing my soul and not paying attention to the t._v. When i hear something anything that's i'm familiar. I look for my phone and sure enough. There's evil longoria mody. I see the monica. Longoria does not forget about aladdin audiences. I see the french french by asi. Though uh-huh maximo is out on a single yellow poodle either standing in y'all laura nico. She does the exact same annunciation rating. That's great law nico. I can't worked in english and spanish acetyl yellow nico. Should i make another gift that says laura nico. That's fun. I like that. She laughs in the commercial because she's like wow laurent aghast and it's hard to say any language. That's true bobby audiobooks right. I've actually very recently started getting into it. Yeah yeah but do you listen to sexy audiobooks. I'm going to now because i went to listen to this rosamund pike pride and prejudice. I just listen to an audio book about lyme disease. Oh i cannot not think of a more perfect combination than rosamund pike and fucking jane austen's pride and prejudice that sounds incredible rosamund pike jane austen challenge do all all of them. 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Ed unlimited listening to love stories start just twelve ninety five per month. You can listen free for one month by downloading the app exploring love stories by visiting audible dot com slash love who to get it started. That's l o v e. Whol high who weekly we're just wondering is niece richards. The most famous aamer denise probably probably yeah currently richards the most famous denise. This is a great question <hes>. I cannot think more famous in east. There's another movie where someone's name is denise. It's like the news yeah but that thing. If you search to nissan google you get denise richards on the right hand side. That's like the big poll up but that doesn't mean anything <hes> famous. I really can't think of another. They know who the biggest most famous the nieces who denise huxtable kristen's huxtable stable on the old these lisa bonet dunedin. That's what i was thinking of a character screaming. I was thinking of being like oh my god. You know what i was thinking of specifically the moment whenever denise makes when denise makes the the the gordon gartrell fake designer in the cosby show universe the iconic cosby show episode. She's like i can make you the the really expensive shirt at home for like twenty five dollars and he does it and he she makes disgusting shirt and he's like denise. Whatever the cosby show is a cancelled says this is just a niece so denise richards and denise huxtable are the are the most famous denise it they are. You're right denise huxtable. I love this call because that's such a good. That's a good thought it's it's a thought game. Yeah like to recognize that is so smart. It's like yeah. Denise is the most famous denise but i looked through. I was seeing google's other suggestions for denise denise richards number one then there were the next order denise austin denise crosby then denise richards is kids so our back to the east richards again then denise garcia denise cobb denise crosby an actor bing crosby grandpa honor granddaughter sure she like wasn't a lot of like eighty seventies movies denise and he's austin a fitness influencer who soda on youtube and it's now like somehow involved in politics. She's like the special vat fitness adviser due to the president something dark. I don't know it's very not great. Don't love that not doing a good job. Either <hes> god. I just had her as garcia lonzo ball's ex member lonzo lonzo ball lonzo ball yes lonzo ball's ex and then <hes> this other denise and i was like oh who's this denise cobb and it's just a recent story is she was murdered brutally italy unlike the eighty s or ninety s and they just found this week okay so just found those are all the nieces you pick you dr number of the president's council on physical fitness and sports question for you. Do you think that that i hate that. Do you think that denise richards is more famous because she's like one of the only dennis's yeah i mean i could. I could see an argument for them. Being like you know very typical hollywood story like you got to change your name there too many like jennifer's there too many whatever's yeah. I think it helps but she also. Oh has a very she gave she became famous. In the mid nineties her look was a look in the mid nineties matched. She matched a look that people were into at that. She was the number one heartthrob like women for a very long time. She was like she was like peak maximum girl. She was like maxim. It was like she umber number. One yeah what i say well wishers and wealth it yeah. She was all bond girl. She was charlie's ex. She's definitely famous famous denise denise richardson as huxtable hi. I sort of headline that dr sowell movies is a real house with everley houses. The first lack casper and who is that who is that the gardell bovay first black cast member of your house is a beverly hills which has been on for a long time never black cast member. She's here baby <hes>. She's most famous for <hes> being the light co-star co lead on jamie foxx show. She was his wife or girlfriend which was on for a long time and she was on n._y._p._d. Blue she was married to some like <hes> <hes> again. I'm just this just top level but competed stuff right like she was married to some like big hollywood producer then they divorced then she married this talent agent. This is where the story gets interesting thinks. This is like what's his name. Mike millan mike hillen or nylon. I don't know how to pronounce his name so they get married her second husband and he is like a hollywood talent agent so presumably really rich so he she's rich. He's rich. They're like kind of a power couple in hollywood and i guess when she found out that he was cheating on her. There was this huge huge scandal in like two thousand seven two thousand nine <hes> anyway she emailed his co workers ars and the subject line was tiger woods slash jesse james slash mike nelson and then she wrote. What did they have in common in the body ready. I found out today that my husband almost nine years has been having an affair for five years with some slut in chicago. Why i am devastated and i have been duped our boys. I don't deserve this. She sent this to all of his co workers. All in early enough people got it that one of them set it to page six mmediately rain so they send a letter page six immediately it goes it becomes like a tablet sensation even though again they're not super famous but they're famous enough for this behavior to be like a big deal and apparently like that like ruined her life for a little bit because she got all this press and she was like i shouldn't have sent that email. This was a nightmare. She sank into this like depression. I think because of it and she was like i shouldn't have like i shouldn't have done this to my kids got. I didn't mean to bring attention to my kids because they were pretty young <hes> but she talked about it on own later. I'll play a clip here and when i actually actually looked and realized that it had been leaked. I was sobbing sobbing. It was another part the devastation honestly i went to therapy. I got a life coach. I did all the things that they say you should do because i didn't want my why adult drama to affect my kids and since then she's just been like one of those actors whose just steadily the acting a little things and now i think her kids are grown enough that she's like okay. I can be on real housewives. You know so it's a good i mean it's as good a story as like doc. Whoever lease arena no i know it's also just funny so like all hunky powerful husbands lada. No women on housewives lives are like divorce now like they have since been divorced so now there's no y- any requirement for them to actually be housewives like housewives in implies that you are married aid but it doesn't matter anymore so to join the show when you're already divorced like that's just a normal thing so yeah i mean on beverly hills. More of them are married unusual like they actually a lot of them. Do have husbands but on new york. Neither are married so it's interesting. They're bringing single sexy woman. You know she's going to be in the coming to america sequel. She was in the first one released in a really small role kind of big for the show like she has ah. She's promoting stuff like the real stuff <hes>. I wonder who she you're only bring people who are like friends with the good point but i couldn't and find anything if she was friends with because they brought their bringing another woman too but it's because she's lisa arenas like best friends or league friends with her so like it's unclear who this woman's connection action is. I wonder i wonder what that cost like. I'm sure a lot of like you said a lot of casting processes. Just like friends wrecked recreation out people like it's not like if she's not friends with anyone like i wonder how many people pitch them or how many people they approach say no. You'd be fascinating to get like <hes>. I think denise richards was approached quite a few times and she said no. She said she was yes yeah. I don't think she admitted that until she was cast now. 'cause i feel like they don't say that until it happens. It's no good i would love like an insider's peek into like every single person. I've reached out to an who set now may. I'm sure they've reached out so many women. It's like an incredible bucket like there's so many <music> options i think for their sharon stone because you can you have like the perfect casting is like an actual like select the kind of slug you tante housewife but then they really want actual celebrities so they're going after the rent's gonna michelle pfeiffer l. I mean that would be insane. Feeling that's like a dream a michelle pfeiffer who like acts a little but not enough to take away her time. She's almost too big a famous richards and it was like oh we'll each michelle pfeiffer to bag like in five years. Maybe maybe not you know <hes> we'll michelle. Pfeiffer would have been good five years ago but now she's in the five renaissance right. That's true furnace the furnace five five episode five hundred thumbs. If i've heard this from the fairness wants period. Have you seen the posters they're fucking wild. I mean i i really it's called like malevolent like the daughter of the dark. I like kind of ignore that movie. I just like pretend it doesn't exist because i don't care about the first summit like eight billion dollars but i just always called care the lent mistress of evil and they all have this movie. Oh not at all i didn't even to the i will never see the first one but they have <hes> they all cared dared to post that reveal their characters but the characters don't mean anything to me because i don't know the story but it's like michelle pfeiffer as queen ingrid and you're like who's that who's that like we mean in gangrene breath and then there's l. fanning as princess aurora. Didn't they do this for. They do this really every movie. This is like why julia stiles face is like like photo shopped onto a poster of her alongside bosseaux girls in a photo. That looks like she does not know as being taken of her. I took that photo is so good. Someone looks like oh you sent me. Someone's instagram story where it's like. Lizardo full glam jaylo full glam like in character also constants woo glam nine or even lily reiner and then it's like looks like like a julia stiles was going into an office building and they took her photo without telling her to get rid of visitor. Badge looks like she's taking money out in a bank and they have like the eh footage from the cameras. It looks like she just press like withdrawal eighty dollars and they have the footage from like the a._t._m. Cameras like the bank cameras like a picture robin obviously put she pushes eighty and she's like please have enough in their police have been there as don. I think she definitely has the money. I'm just saying but you know that feeling whenever you go to an a._t._m. And you're like is there enough and then you're like i hope and then you hear the noise and you're like thank god. She just heard the noise. You heard that right. She just looks. Just looks like she's has has a normal. She's not looking. It looks like they recreated her face from a bunch of like sketches it kind of looks like she's been missing and they're like this what you'll look like in fifty years ears and she's like a baby. It looks like a rendering but also looks like a visitor badge. I just wanna say photo of constance like was to fourth like was too aggressive about her. Billing julia stiles was not aggressive enough about her billing etc julia stiles ask for what you want like. Ask for literally a photo of you to be taken officially for the poster. Let alone billing anyways. It's like when people ask us for a photo for like it's like oh they some some company like will like or like some website like right about the podcast and they'll be like a head shot of the to humor like nope and if they're ever like no. We actually need something. Thank you have to send us something for like when we podcast festival send them don't worst photograph. They're the only ones that exist. That's truly roots style sentence. She's like i have this one aw i have one bank but it's also like julius photographs so many times. He's been on magazine covers. She's bit like this is. It's wild jason namus personnel like why would ever get a better photo of her. Don't disrespect are she's journalist photographers. You need to reach out so julia stiles and give her new headshots because she's she needs. We need to a lot. Hey harrison ford. No who can say shall lemay is okay by does harrison ford know who he matthias patiala may is. No you really say no that quickly with nile and ford does not give a shit about anything real except like the stuff stuff that he is directly participating in even that he's only been here. We didn't even read the other pages in the new star wars script that he like no he you definitely did he doesn't even he's a pilot and he doesn't even know how to land. You know like he doesn't know everything is not when he crashed. He doesn't know he's not an expert. Even in his main fields wait so question the oscars timothy was like the most celebrated at which i guess we're the last ones the like <hes> the the oscars in which <hes> maybe he'll call me. Hey by your name was the was harrison ford at those oscars probably not though he's aryan whereas one of those people who can go oh whenever he wants but i guess that's my question it's like was he at the oscars in which timothy was lauded and the only other events that like he would be at where timothy was lauded would be like any other film festival that he had to go to like through contracts but i don't even think he's done that. I don't think even does that recent lake at all. He just stays at home home with close those oscars. He's like callisto. Get me a cup of coffee or whatever you know at home callisto. Get me a cup of coffee the last last. What do you think it's not close to get me a cup of coffee. You're crazy. You're probably right no but he definitely yeah. I'm not trying to be sexist. She says no and get yourself. A financing see dengue their bit. It's their bill to go get at the college kalisz to get me a cup of coffee and she goes no deer and then he gets it himself and they've been doing that for like twenty. Here's for shuffles around his estate like he's. He's just like this old guy. You know closed. I dropped my earring in the living room and his hearing. It's like stuck on the carpet. I'll less delaware's my earring arinc. Be where the living room the players. I own a forty-five earrings. You'll just need to get a new one because it keeps dropping. He keeps dropping up into the carpet. They're lost and they're all lost someone. Meanwhile the housekeeper comes and starts vacuuming and it's like she's like mr ford honestly every time she runs the dice. I twenty five harrison ford diamond earrings. Get stuck in there air. She dumps them into a mug and it's like i put it on your nightstand your mug of earrings. There's nothing funnier than that noise one for every day of the year just a million harrison ford earrings. Yes you know that happened to my mom. My mom's my mom like my parents got married in the seventies. My dad get like how her little diamond ring that he gave her for the wedding ring got it popped out of the socket soon after they got married and it was a little thing but it was ensured but she was devastated because it popped out at the thing and so they bought they use the insurance money and they bought another one but it wasn't the same and so that's the one that she still has on her finger but then like literally years later she was vacuuming it went and vacuum and she heard earn maybe she so it but it was literally years later under some thing in the dining room and she found it and she was like oh i was devastated and they had they had to give it up because as they had already taken the money for it. Why did they have to give it up. Who would know my parents would not do that. You're like oh i had i had to. I had to call the insurance company and tell them we found it and we had to surrender <unk> years later. She that is leading law-abiding citizen like that is you would. I would never parents and she she's still talks about walsh. She'll she'll be like oh. I was devastated to have to give that up or she could have kept it. No one needs to know okay. <hes> that is like a sad story. She's not bad at that would have known because it was the one that that was actually at the wedding okay lindsey. Have you made the stuff poblano on hellofresh hellofresh. Yes they're delicious. Amazing also look kind of fancy when you make them stuffing things as immediately like i'm a chef yeah i stuffed it because i had when you cook things and layers to get cooked publ on the cook the stuff and then you stuff and then cook it again is complicated but let me tell you. It's not that common. You're like yes dinner guests. I can follow directions nations richard because they make it pretty easy. 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He barbie more than talking <hes> mm-hmm. I don't think you'll play this a long time first time <hes> i he's he's seen previews bravo for kelly clarkson talk show. It looks like it's called the kerry carson show coming out and it looks really hilly <hes> <hes> so what can you guys. How about this because i hear she's a down so can abuse <hes> i think yeah i hope you play this. I don't think you will that a he's very very well and i think our credit cards. She sounds like our tuesday episode. I that's true. Well very very unbranded speed this commercial. I keep hearing like every time i turn the television instead kelly clarkson show in <hes> too you much kelly clark's show. That's there's always been kelly clark's show now. It's on tv kelly clarkson show. There's always been a connie thompson show. Now it's funny. She's genuinely good natured and i also feel like her tour. I we see her perform covers. Which release says says something about her to me like she likes other people. She likes other people's music. Does she likes other people's fair. She's right. That's a very interesting observation. Wow i like that so just strip. So how do you even like it's it's like it's like there's less of of course famous person she could test. There's there's there's a more and also just because of her story. Will you happen in egotist to like wanna do a talk. Show right legs and i want to do that but i feel like. She is a fan like she bats. She's fans of other people she. Eh genuinely enjoys like she's going. She goes to a party enjoys. Being there which is like. I think any celebrity enjoys you know at this part of kelly clarkson's brand is that it doesn't matter how famous she ever get so she's still on top of the world but like she'll always sort of be an outsider. Still you know you think so because of american idol yeah because of her like he did in texas girl like she truly came from nothing. I think because of that but there's so many still she still super famous and she still been like a product of the you know the major label system. It's well. Hey here's real thing. Don't forget she's ribas knees reba who turned and her music career into a t._v. Show and maybe a talk show along the way i forget but like who definitely like could do a talk show and would re dozen. She's ribas sorry. She's ribas. Daughter-in-law wanted to get that rotter in law. Oh she's reba sons stepson's wife. Hey what would that be. There's yeah let you get. He's like a famous agent. He was hurt. You and i think for a long time in like in like i just suggested like reba had any role in making her name. I just more meant like it make sense to me that kelly clarkson would find herself having a talk show like into this were into this world. Is it who we daytime t._v. Is a little who you by nature. Thank absolutely it's who we until suddenly you're them. You know like it's into your elon. There's like there's like to them. You know like felt. It's <hes> what beyond the view. That's it even even wendy's who we yeah. It's <hes> kelly ripa but there's something about like the the daytime brewlights on talk show that is who he to me even though it's fucked up because always always ate a woman's thing and nighttime late night. T._v. is like more of a men's plumet handler. Wait like that's what's fucked up and they're all like super them in a way because we're used to like now a lotta people. I mean that's actually not true. A lot of people watch daytime t._v. More people watch daytime to nighttime. I think so it's cool to kelly clarkson's getting in here. I mean pardon let me tell you add. Rates are probably going to be more for daytime t._v. than the opera nighttime t._v. You know what i mean. That's true that's true man like general but i'm looking at like no generally. I'm thinking about like rachel. Ray rachel race talk show. I think is a pretty close equivalent here where it's like coming from a completely different industry and then just relying on lake. They're like ability exclusively yeah and that's sort of what happened. Element ellen's partly from comedian talk shows makes sense and it's like there's a precedent for it. There really isn't <unk> as big of a precedent for these other. Things comedian. What's weird about it to me is that it's so much work that you wouldn't. I'm surprised that she wants to take on that much work and i'm always surprised like it's like somebody. Nobody who is a singer who could go who goes on tour and that's a lot of work and that but that's only seasonal kind of then it's like oh i wanna do a talk. Show that so much work. It's a lot of work but it's also good <unk> hours so like you can be yeah go to work and then you go home right right. You know what i mean and you can you. Can you can bank episodes like kelly clarkson. I want her. Probably there's only gonna work monday through thursday because they record the friday episodes on thursdays like it's probably really good fucking hours especially. If you like have a have a reason to be home for like a family remarks in them but the kelly clarkson show until further diagnosis is you who and it all depends on the guests are gonna get but i think like was the rock or what's already premiered. No it's coming out soon but there was this they gave it as news bump because i guess yes her i guess was kevin hart. Who got a car accident recently. He's fine end up at the rock left his honeymoon to come be on the kelly clarkson russian show well true baller right the <hes> press for. I think that any of i'm trying to think of like like bethany. It was bound to fail kris. Jenner show was bound to fail worship this. I think if anyone's going to do it it's her and if anyone if anyone you know what i mean what i found out that she was hosting a show. I wasn't like little begin until two and i was like oh. This could work out a lot of people who've gone into daytime t._v. Usually joined the panel like they join a panel. There's plenty of panels donaldson ruin so like she didn't really make sense to join any panel she wouldn't join the view obviously she when joined like the chew enjoyed the talk or whatever she it makes sense for for her to have her own show and i think a lot of people like oh she'll be the james corden of daytime which does make sense because she's musical and like if they integrate that into like the show which definitely will it could be a fun show to watch and there could be a lot of clips from it on youtube that do really well because of at while we've talked the all of the all important clip ability truly truly though truly. When do you ever see a clip from like daytime t._v. Aside from like some wendy's wendy's the occasional view that shit does not go anywhere yeah. Should we move on. Please aaron eckhart. Who were them one two three who who you didn't happen not going to happen. They try to make them happen. It's not gonna happen. Thank thank you for smoking and my right remember that movie good movie <hes> pity guy i mean i like aaron eckhart but like yeah yeah good in france with him like no problem with their net card cartoons. Love happens just think the posters so funny in the name so funny but i never saw love happens happens the rahm drum with him and jennifer aniston. It's literally just called love half. I don't think i ever saw either but i keep seeing it on amazon. Maybe i'll watch it next up morris. Who are that one two three who i was gonna say man but you're right. It's well i mean i watched the affair. Even watch the affair on your love more attorney. Can i say more to your new google. Voice translated her name in in the in the transcript to like maurice or they didn't get it google voice. It was i. I don't know this is a tough one day she. She's just like each character action. He's just not ever. I stopped acting christine's. He's like just never know one and also no one frowns like more attorney the affair the entirety of the affair is more attorney looking miserable. Tyranny is very like <hes>. There's like a live tyler energy. There's like a you get the feeling that more attorneys always looking for like the smoking section and you know right you know i love everyone baby and goes like known. I'm known as a cigarette anymore in this fucking town someone next year like a younger person has like one of my jewish. She's like what am i twelve yeah martinis offering people ten dollars for a cigarette to bum lun hap ab so fucking. There's so many smokers in the streets of new york who martini has has given a full twenty two twenty. Are you kidding. She doesn't carry him. She does smokes them all the time when she pays for each sicker. Okay please next call lease audit mor mor tierney. I don't even know if she's a smoker. She has that energy energy. She has the energy she probably. She was timmy shalam as mom in beautiful boy right. That's why i brought up to yeah. She's probably miserable in that too. I'm a god and she had cancer shit breast cancer and she was like fuck you tumor and of the tumor like wrote that into the show and she was like the fuck yeah like oncologists were like. I don't know it's unprecedented but like we have a new treatment. We're more tyranny just like yells at a tumor and the tumor. I cannot be here anymore. I mean that's the new year cure for cancer. You get more rotate into your hospital bed and then she starts yelling. She like skulls the tumor you don't belong here leave. Oh you don't belong here. I don't belong here next. I'm sorry jennifer jason leigh who were them one two three them say just barely. I'm gonna say like who are whatever like i i. There's residual them. Nece from like is i know i feel like she's leading nut generational show. She's got a beautiful name and she's so in everything she does. I really love her but i will say it's like janet. She's like a generation or them. She's yeah she's so good in <hes> puts the fucking movie quentin near that no one saw was too long she so good in that. I never saw it because i was like wow this incredible in that like she is that movie. She's incredible and annihilation. Yes you really is audible. She's incredible in new york. She's incredible mark mark with the wedding margaret. What the fucking wedding. I'm looking through i._m._d._b. Was cut in the everyone dumps on in the cut and now it's having like the resurgence respect in the cut. We what's the most recent movie that she's done. That just came out. Oh white boy rick now relation no. That's it choosing the i'm looking. She was in good time which i still haven't story. That's it. That's what i'm talking about. She's good thousand seventeen remember. I just told you time it's great you liked it loved. It got to see it. She's good in it to do. I haven't seen it yeah. I don't know speaking of speaking of needs a cigarette red energy. Oh jennifer major red edge energy god. I love it. I honestly what i'm looking for. In an actor mauritanian jennifer lien like on the same it like in the same whatever whatever they're like when they're in the same room like they they're like their energies natch and you get that sort of like whenever you rub your finger at a wine glass the mo- win their next to each other. You're like ooh because there's like some sort of matchy she energy. You know i don't know what happened. You know how that happens. Lindsey hall to win two iconic <hes> queer. You're i can't actresses. <hes> are in the same together okay. Hey who weekly longtime longtime i'm looking at <hes> sandra lease a semi homemade fame name on google type in sanshui now dr pimple popper shows up i instead of her as my question is is sandra the t._v. show now who what she ever them and talker pimple popper of them a lot of questions <hes> women no longer ooh balloons depressing. This is like those okay. Let's start with sandra lee of the <music> icon quantum cake and <hes> hanukkah thing the show were her her k. Sandra lee chef show yeah chantilly one two three i think because she has enough stuff going on and cuomo the show sandra lead him pumper. Let's centrally pippa popper syndrome pimple popper dr pepper. Her name is sandra. League name is sandra leo it's not yes it is <laughter> and so now let's say this andrew lee and i think i have a thing one two three who who she's dr pimple popper i would call them but san but sandra lee her real name. Who the hell is that i did not know her. Name is sandra lean and i don't even watch the show yeah i think dr pimple popper is yeah because that show is that me but not necessarily that show but just like her like she was on instagram concept of dr pimple popper vami a huge zebbie dr robert but i think sandra leah's still number one sandrelli. They never got married. Did they not like sandra league cuomo. She's just sandra. Levy have no idea she never got married. Sorry to him. I have no idea okay. We're done. Thank you for listening to another episode of who's there you can read. It goes on apple podcast police. We i love it. Falls on twitter and facebook dot com slash ooh weekly cost sixty nine who them to leave questions comments concerns and you can also buy merchant who weekly dot us we we will see you on tuesday have a great weekend. <hes> i'm gonna go have a cigarette with martini outside. You good bye bye it can be. I saw chappaquiddick alone using my movie pass.

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The Candace Owens Show: Maj Toure

The Candace Owens Show

47:09 min | 1 year ago

The Candace Owens Show: Maj Toure

"But I do entry and then I'll introduce you. How do you want me to see the founder of black guns matter anything else just awesome awesome and just awesome? uh-huh all right okay. Ladies and gentlemen. We are rolling into another episode of the Canvas Owen. Show and I want to talk about the Second Amendment unman because it always seems to be debated in America which is strange considering the founding of this country here to discuss all things Second Amendment with with me. I am sitting with Mosh to ray welcome to the Kansas Owen. Show up show excited to have view here. You are the founder of an organization called black guns matter which I will take to be a play off of black lives ladder. Might correct in that. Absolutely tell me about it so one. When we started this organization at the time was Twenty fifteen going into twenty sixteen into the presidential elections? We kept seat seat. We kept hearing about black lives matter. I think where they were coming from first of all. I knew the origin of that organization the Ferguson Movement and so that Movement mm-hmm it actually got co opted. The founders of black lives matter wound up selling Google gave him like a half a million dollars and all these different things now. Whatever gets you money? I'm not tripping at the end of the day though I don't really need I don't care if somebody else thinks my life matters. I would you think I don't care about by black guns protect my life. They eight protect children. They protect my family loved ones and so for me it was like everyone was like. Oh we the voters registration drive around that time I was. We need licensed to carry drive because all my friends catcher possession charges you know and so we were. y'All let's do an event called black guns matter and was black guns matter was supposed to be one event and we did the event way too. Many people came Wade so many people and they were like People from Brooklyn was Philly from Brooklyn Jersey. Yeah how I get my license to carrying like I uni different municipality and so that made us think like Yo. People really generally don't know how to do it. Lawfully how to and then we can change the laws because I believe that a tremendous amount of them are very unconstitutional but We would just like we do like thirteenth. Cities like thirteen. Columns list was raised. Twenty five grand on go fund me and this is do it we did it and we started getting bombarded with emails from people. Say like Yo you you horrible. I don't care about the people. I'm like Bro. I just like gave away twenty five grand to do this to keep the classes free and so we kept going. We did a fifty state tour. Then we finish that and thought we was GonNa be done your horrible because you only want to big cities you didn't come to small towns. Why don't we just raise the goal? The goal went from twenty five grand to one hundred grants to fifty million dollars and everybody was like no. I'm I'm like nobody even think anybody's GonNa give a hundred and so that's where we at now. So that was the roundabout way of saying. That's how we started but it's definitely a play on black. Lives matter if you believe that your black life matters or if you as a European American whatever spanish-american if you believe that black lives or whatever life matters you should have the means means to defend them now. This is interesting so you did this. Ju said during twenty two thousand fifteen and I remember during that time. There was a lot of rhetoric talking about having guns way. We actually still see that today as platform many politicians think that we should be moving the opposite direction. You forget black guns white gun suspended guns but there's this big call. All of sadness say that all of the guns need to come back. There should be a buy back program from the government. How do you respond to that? So one that people saying that aren't really anti gun. They more 'cause I'm not really a gun dude. I'm a freedom. Do you know. And so those people saying that they fall into two categories. One they have no information about the constitution. The bill of Rights the declaration independence American history and in that if they don't have any understanding of American history probably don't have understanding a world history every time there's been in a d arming of the population not long after there's been you know massacres looking at Venezuela you're looking at you know now you're looking at all of these different places. That's that's just I don't care what ethnicity you that is world history so those people are ignited at in that caveat. That ignorance runs in alignment with their ignorance of firearms to so when you hear a guy saying this is the fully loaded clip this is the Blah Blah Blah. You know what you're talking about. so that's that ignorant person the other person that's pushing therefore very anti our freedom agendas are very racist. Art like control freaks that want people to do exactly what they WANNA do. It's like I don't have to do what you want me to do. If I'm strapped. I'm willing to die about mine. And I think there's nothing more patriotic in American in that I think that the problem becomes uh-huh they're targeting or they had been targeting massive urban areas because those are the biggest amounts population gun control is not about safety gun control patrol in any politician that says litmus test if they not done with the Second Amendment they don't understand the constitution of the bill of rights. Gun Control is not about safety or or preserve in life or improving Americans quality. Life is about control flat out. That's why it's always in urban centers where there's always the most amount of Melanin beings that is not an accident all gun control from its origin to its inception to its manifestation to its execution is racist all of it. Okay well and let me play. Let me play devil's advocate here. Everything that you're saying it's a bit insensitive to say that when we have so many people that are fearful to send their children to school cool because once you say that anybody can get armed. What you're doing is you're threatening these young kids who are going to school who are now wearing clear backpacks because of mass shootings? How how can you stand on this platform given this huge dilemma? That we're having an America with so much gun violence so to fall today. So when Adele the devil shows up and has an advocate to I love it. One is statistically incorrect mass shootings account for less than now. Let me be very clear for saints. I don't care who dies. How many people die if idiot with a firearm killing people I would love so for somebody to be there supportable right in their face? I I'm going to be very clear about that with that. Being the case in defense of life and liberty with that being the case of one person dies in a mass shooting or the definition of it. that's too many on top of that. The mass shootings is that mass media talks about they make up for less than one percent of all deaths all the time then they forget to also neglect to mention that. This mass shooting problem problem that they're talking about it started to spike under legislation that was created by Joe Biden Gun free zones were created in one thousand nine hundred ninety by Joe Biden. They became into law by Bill. Clinton under that whole lock the black people up Clinton crime bill stuff. And since then since gun-free zones were enacted over ninety percent of those mass shootings are in gun-free zones. So you're saying criminals don't respect signs that say gun-free zones. Who would of knew? ooh that's that's a really bizarre. It's like it's so rude of them to not see the sign and be like guys we can't shoot it up and you know what I'm GonNa commit a crime with this says no crime clearly. I'm tripping right you know what I'm saying and so the problem is it's been the left has way better. Pr Didn't we do on the right. They have to because they don't have substance you gotta hit them with the Flash Bang. You don't have no actual facts and data so they're very good at manipulating the stats. They'll say thirty forty thousand deaths. A year are unrelated. Neglecting the fact that sixty percent of those are suicides neglecting electing the fact that all of those mass shooters talking about the vast majority of those guys are on Psych meds. But we can't have a conversation about the pharmaceuticals and I'm big into having the conversation on the pharmaceuticals. I always say when there is a mass shooting. I think it's one of the biggest contributors that nobody is talking about with just mental health. And I mean just being Just growing up and seeing how quickly doctors are willing to prescribe you anything. I always tell the story of. I had a really bad break up when I was in college and I thought my entire world was ending. I went to the doctor and I was crying really really hard. I was eighteen years old and he was like xanax. I was like Joe. Wow chocolate and my some Zanex for a break-up so I know exactly what you're talking about and you're right. It's a conversation that people are not comfortable having because we live in a society. It is very unique to American society. That over prescribes for absolutely everything. Now I want to switch here now question. Black guns matter MHM somebody might say that black guns actually an issue right now in America because we have people that represent thirteen percent of the population committing over forty percent end of all homicides every year gun violence black on black crime is huge over ninety. Four percent of black Americans that are killed are killed by other black people do you not. What's your organization as feeding the problem as opposed to helping it absolutely not? We solved the problem. And that's that's scalable. We've we've done research data for example. That's twenty fifteen. It's when sixteen before we started the actual tour going to different cities for black guns matter. We did the bulk of our classes in Philadelphia at the same location but the vast majority of firearm safety conflict resolution so the whole year of two thousand sixteen goes by two thousand seventeen happens the stats come out for Twenty Sixteen Philadelphia for you had the lowest violent crime that had had since nineteen seventy nine. I moved to Chicago for a month. Twenty eighteen just to do conflict resolution. No the gun related the goal. Was We go here. I think it might have been Labor Day or Memorial Day which traditionally like a really bloody weekend in Chicago. I stayed there for month. Just handed ended up conflict resolution. Kits southside nighttime. No cameras no nothing that weekends no homicides the areas where there is less respect for for the second amendment that means they create more legislation. The legislation is what makes it safe for the bag. Because it's like one a noted. I'm the bag out most the all good guys. Nobody's GonNa Return Fi it as number one number two the people that do have firearms. Whichever way to give them some people lawfully some people unlawfully but their incentive is to protect themselves now? Because it's a taboo conversation especially in the hood you're not GonNa you go ranger GonNa go to jail so you don't have that conversation the station now. You're not getting educated. Now you leave you firearm around because the movie sold you you supposed to leave it under the pillow now. You don't know anything about proper firearm storage. Now when we have that three year role will that shoes themselves in the face. Because that's how most children do at the gun is not their fingers aren't large enough so they turned back with thumbs can grab it. And that's what he shoot themselves in the face most arms because you didn't want to be educated about it because you thought it was taboo because we opened up the compensation and the early in the nineties. The Nation had serious serious problems with teen. Pregnancy is all over the place. We didn't like band sex. We didn't know thankfully in hot girls in my den. We didn't ban sex. We had conversations about educating people teen pregnancy drugs. The problem is to have the conversation about firearm safety. It's a Pandora's box for someone tyrants because if I opened this conversation about education and not making it taboo and more people are understanding that the rabbit hole is now declaration independence. Why so many of these guys saying you know? Is this whole bill of rights thing and then you start researching that now. You can't unplug. You can't plug that person back into that Matrix and you do not want again. All Gun. Control is racist when the concept was started it was to make sure that people of color did not have the means to protect themselves flat out and if that it changes a little bit and how it looks on the surface the intent and the agenda is still the same so when you see forty seven percent of the black on black crime happened and I don't want to talk about that. Real quick to crime is proximity. Why don't why crime exists? We just don't have a term for it. We don't just say why don't White Crom more Spanish on Spanish crowd cartel cartel crime. You Know Irish Irish crime. They do that to continue to marginalize people to justify not the fact that you know their gun control is working to justify the fact that it isn't and say well this is because you guys are just genetically predisposed you. I don't have a genetic predisposition to kill each other and that's again the left has very good. Pr All of the places. Mostly right. Sorry to my friends on the left. All of the places that have less gun restriction more respect for proper safety knowledge training and storage have lower rapes though Hamas lower violent crime. Okay so you identify as libertarian and you recently ran for city council. Tell me about that process what it was like running us. Somebody who is first off running in Philadelphia major inner city. So I'm as unapologetically pro to a and you didn't run as most people would assume because the color of your skin that you would be on the left. You ran is libertarian. How is that process for you? A learned a lot. I learned how again I still have friends as a family. That's on the left and right. I love everybody except my enemies. I just think that when you run as a as a third party candidate Iran because of the fact that I have libertarian the philosophy. I'm an alignment with Libertarian. dudes are about freedom like liberty like daylight Nah aw not taking my guns. My property rights. These things phillies the birthplace of America. I'm from Philly. You know the we got a bill like named after liberty. You know what I'm saying but a lot of my friends across the country are Republicans for a very long time. I was a registered Republican very long-term even longer than that I was a Democrat growing up but if you do any type of actual like research study okay so Dr King. It just happened to be a Republican. Just so he's not the racist okay. We won't leave him out of the conversation you know so explaining that to my demographic perfect is a little bit more difficult because of that saying left. Er Fungal Republican. They go us. You know how it is sell out you diem him. And Donald Trump junior is on your page Mas Yoursel out now. He's a nationally ranked shooter and he's got really cool Gucci loafers. Like ah come on Bro. Like stop it like everything isn't distinct so Santa's to say breaking it down from perspective if I go hard right even if my principals my conservative values and and my liberty base values are all packaged up in one being is easy to translate that outside of the political process. It's now going through running for city council. I recognize that. There's a serious attempt first of all. I need three times the amount of signatures to get on the ballot and the Democrats did they needed two thousand. I needed thirty two hundred ten thousand signatures just in case they wanted to planning so right. Which means if ten thousand people in my hood give me their signature you to get me on a ballot that means ten thousand people like with your about now that's a modicum? A small microcosm would a macro but still something there what I learned about about the process. Though in eighty percent Democrats city the level of bullying at I was getting wording from all day at the polls. There are people from the Democratic Party. The party that again. He's my friends and family and I am empathetic to them. Because that's my community understand that they still plugged into the Matrix. Though my friends and family and the pollsters were being told they love me. I'm voting from is they're being told. No you just hit the all the way down one is illegal. That's number one unlawful. As number one number two is just corny. I'm I'm not trying to remove all Democrats or Republicans this America with contradictions this America experiment. It is an experiment in diversity and freedom you want slather yourself up with butter mom Wednesdays cool doing in your crib. That's your thing I'm not I'm not but you can do. That's freedom. I don't have to agree with it. I don't you don't have to be Republican. You don't have to be libertarian. I'm not calling for a smashing end of the Democratic Party. I'm GonNa tell the truth about what you did. Though truth is the truth. I'm not attacking you because there's still people attached to it so they're telling friends and family and loved ones and texted me like you already told me I gotta just push the is that true and I'm like Nah it's not true. It's actually unlawful. Tell them you're GonNa get you know someone to oversee this situation and I'll leave you alone. Unequivocally everybody they did leave me alone right I. I saw bullying process. You know I saw the the game set up you. Why me as a libertarian? Your third party candidate. Why do I need three times the amount of signatures? Che's does it make people smarter doesn't in poverty. Does it like the move socialism. Does it do any of these magical things. No I'm seeing the the these urban centers Fear like Yo if you not thick skinned. I don't give a damn about anybody's like thing because I understand freedom like you're not going to like scare me into I'm supposed to like follow Don Jr. no like I'm supposed to like not hang out at the White House feel like now when I invited the thing is I don't I don't I don't have that. Fear factor but the general public man. Especially first time voters this whole first. Time gun owners. It's like I don't know what to do. And the people the elected officials the pollsters. The trainers are the people that you're supposed to look to to guide you through that process. ossis based on a system of balanced truth justice. Reciprocity that's interesting and I wanNA pause there because you're talking about the American experiment and that's that's really important. Because the American American spirit experiment as you mentioned is one of diversity. A bunch of people can come together with different backgrounds. Different cultures can look differently And it's okay here in America and yet I have found that stops short when we're talking about diversity of thought I'm unapologetically. Black unapologetically support conservative principles roles. And that's that's the no no here not allowed to be black. People should be able to watch this. Look at us and know exactly what we think you should not be unapologetically apologetically pro to A. That's not that's not supposed to be allowed here in this country and we're seeing a big push for that it would assume that both of us have leftist opinions about everything everything and when I take a look at that I think that what dictates a lot of that is culture black culture in particular when we start talking about fear why people are fearful to come out and say. Hey you know what I disagree with that idea. Despite the color of my skin I find that a lot of our black idols. And the people that are at the forefront of the HIP hop community make it not okay to think differently and I want to see how you feel about that does aren't black leaders and that's not black culture. The two biggest trick. There was a movie line. I'm a movie buff too. Big trick that. The Devil Leverage pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist. Dave convince people that this is your culture. Dave convinced like we know we're black culture is and I know some people might be mad at me but I still watch the cosby show. The cosby show was black culture. Okay you allow do your thing this freedom. Dad's GonNa say the Ou trip but you're doing this and we get you. You WanNa Wear Gordon Gartrell shirt. Whatever but you're GONNA get an education you're going to be informed we're going to have a family unit? We're going to do things as a family. If you want to speed it up. I got Sitcom for you for every generation. If you WANNA talk about you know one of the brothers had a show well. He had a family that that is black culture. Hard working dead. That runs this company. That has you know put together a family unit with children that is black culture hip hop back in the day talking about serious issues in presenting solutions to them is black culture. Complaining via hip hop is not black culture. So what happened. How did did it change? Because I grew up watching family matters was my number one. Shell winslow's I loved watching Steve. Urkel turn into Stefan was smooth. We gotta bring back stuff on the real right so what happens. What happened was hip hop culture being the most powerful voice in medium got co opted got co opted and turned into a commercial got co opted interns who prison to pipeline situation? You know I it became we can when hip hop turned into mind control. And your way more money right selling things lawfully over the last few years than anything that I've sold unlawfully allegedly over you. You know I love that. You dropped in the allegedly. But that's that's that's because I was a victim of own ignorance and accepting a social construct construct. Somebody Fed that to you. You know you went from. I remember I remember the line when it happened and going back in hip hop history when Dr dre said it ain't it ain't no black fish. Dish just Gangsta Glare. That was your line as a billionaire. Now Jimmy Ivine at at that time owned it's not a not a like Jimmy. Avena like interscope still. Listen to snoop's old stuff right. Jimmy Wien own sixty percent scent of black music. That's not black culture. You've been fed something as a falsehood and they they played so your insecurities charity because you in the same area. They also told you what poverty was fast forward to today. You got an awful and you're not poor like I've been to parts of Jamaica that the family does not have a front door. Don't tell me about your WIFI connection. And so what happened Hip Hop culture being the most powerful form of expression on the planet they they saw it as a takeover they gentrified it. You Know I. I've considered that in terms of this NFL protesting. And I'll so many black Americans were upset at the end of this Jamesy ends up doing a deal with the NFL. And I have said to people so many times Jesse's a lot smarter than you and somebody privately said to me. That has always been drug dealer. And what doesn't matter you know. Now he does. Music obviously is not physically selling drugs like he used to back in the day before he became being famous but he is still selling drugs the black community because he's constantly getting behind these causes at tell us that we should be upset. Colin Kaepernick half white man kneels neal's and now he can't get a deal the NFL be upset be outraged be protests. Don't go to the NFL Games. And yet he's doing deals. He's getting richer. I see people. Did you get Richard by getting on your knees when somebody saying national anthem. Did you get wealthier by being upset over. But seriously the same people get richer off of the same protesting and yet you're supposed to say Jay Z has our back his thing a whole visit as a Hovis. The American injury Let me tell you why. Say That from nothing practice on. I'm against the war on drugs. I think that the Portugal model make sense. You can do whatever dumb thing that you want to do with your body. That's what target but you can do it like we said earlier. I I feel you. I hear what you're saying. But it's stupid Libertarian Perspective Perspective on when you say war on drugs you mean like we should not make it illegal for people smell pot. Is that what you're saying. Okay so so for example with him being. I'm selling stuff that you stupid people want to buy right you see. He's is on heroine six months later. You know what you're going to look like. Could you saw what he looks like in six months so I think that for the same reasons why I felt about ten seconds last night after we got beat up in this election for about ten seconds I felt like man. This is why people just give up. This is Joe laid it out for you. All the Democrats are lying to you. It's not a love y'all but they're lying that got right there that I love is lying to you and I love you too. But you're still voted for these same things right for that second. I understand why somebody would sell drugs to somebody in that space. I know exactly what you mean. I had this moment I I met Dr Ben Carson. I was speaking to him years ago in his office. And I was talking about this and there were a couple of other people in the room and somebody in the room. It offered that as you go on this journey candidates they're going to be moments where you doubt your own people. Were you just go. You know what I'm telling you. This is the secret to life right. This right here a little bit of conservatism. You can do anything in this country and it's great and people will still refuse it and then sometimes you get that moment where you go you know what take the drugs. It's like my man Zu Khan. He's a producer. He he said. Come on at the time. I was a vegetarian. Vegan raw food is for like I was a vegetarian for ten years. Sorry y'all is great. Great over here on his carnivorous side of the table. Right so the thing though is he was like much like Yo. Let them. I'm like Marie Antoinette. Like let them eat cake. Let them eat. Whatever thing that they want? We're GONNA have this this high great quality foods and things things because even if you tried to give them the fruits and vegetables Bro. They're not they're not going to drink water. They're not going to drink water and it's like so ah to the NFL thing. I was disappointed I stood with cat. I get what you were trying to say. I I get that he got with a vet and that was like Yo. That's your freedom to do so I might not do people wait for me now. What events they wait for me to take a knee now bro? I can't somebody coming here. Try shoot something. I'm not taking a knee. I'M GONNA be right imposition. So that's one two. I'm likely night is at NEA thing. I can't can't really submit. That's a form of submission view. That's no different than hands up. Don't shoot I will die about mine. I've made that commitment. So that whole thing but objectively. I understand what you're saying. You're bringing attention to this thing tied into the whole thing well Let's let's pause there. What objectively do you agree with with that? What what are they drawing attention to? I think that during that time when he was doing it was at five years ago. Now at this point four five years there were a string of move back to back murders of American citizens that happened to be Melania. It seemed like almost like an hood is felt like you couldn't get through a week. Now wait now. Here's the other thing too that now. That's devoid of the other data. 'cause I don't say one thing without the information right and that's that's why it's like. I'm always somewhere in the middle. Because then how can you. How can you and sorry to cut you off there? But how can you objectively agree with it when you know. That's actually that's a subject that the subjective objective agreement I agree with them subjectively like oh I felt the same way looking every night on TV. It's like it was happening every night but then objective right you look at the facts and you realize just use white men gunned down about Hispanic. Men are being gunned down faster so actually objectively speaking drawing throwing all this attention and creating all of this conflict between black Americans and cops led to what increase so wait so now. Here's what I on the side side. Here's what I saw from it. I didn't play it as they happen to be understood. Because I'm in the hood with these same people is my people and I know we're channels you watch and I'm like you should like not watch that one. But but I'm I empathize. I understand but at the same time I'm going like I didn't go. Oh well this black people I went. There is an American being killed by law enforcement forcement and it seems to be going on check now if I get you wet black American African American. Whatever I'M GONNA take you over to Spanish American White America and then I'm GonNa go? Hey White guys you should be just as upset about this because you guys actually statistically are more likely for this to happen to you too because because we're all Americans right that's the power thing so when I'm in a second amendment thing and it happens to be all white dude's find the commonality there and then I'll also say like I say that all my conservative friends like Yo- you're ignoring urban America because we become victims of the same brainwash. There is no term called WHA white violence right and so to me it becomes are. How can we use this as a unifying thing and I'm GonNa get my white light? homeys my law enforcement homeys. I first Black Matte class. I street dues. There was still hokey pokey one foot in one foot out tattoos when they face smell like a pound came to the situation. My events are Switzerland Bro. We neutral my friends come in. Oh baby how you cops in it. Yeah he's he's a retired state trooper. He's current law enforcement. You got that thing on me. Everybody in here has that single come in and see everybody size each other up towards the end of the event all begin as leave the gun people to chop it up. Mock a criminal friend that will give the showed off his back that I'm trying to desperately pull out of that. Life is now giving the state troopers advice on switching out they triggers. We got something here because now that's how we're going to improve those police community relations all right so I once got in trouble because I made the statement that if I they say get in trouble I mean the press which could care less about What I made the statement that if I made a list of one hundred things that were negatively impacting the black community? A top one hundred lists police brutality. Would it make it and I stand by that statement right. So I find that this. The conversation surrounding You Know Oh Colin Kaepernick the kneeling and all that stuff actually creates more problems than it solves. I mean literally die. It would be above police brutality. Right when we know the number one killer in America Erica heart heart disease right and we know eating habits and wait and all these issues that would be a bigger problem facing black America. Medical mistakes would be the bigger problem. We know quarter million a year way. More people that die by mistakes that happen in the police through the police borough are being killed by doctors. There's by accident when something goes wrong medically we don't see any protests or riots about that. Why is not sexy? It don't it. Don't like excel newspapers. Don't get ad revenues poppet ratios and like calling race doesn't necessarily sell calling things James Racist cells ignoring the things that are actually racist when you have a because again for me it was from our conversation with black madams always tyranny. I don't care which Melanin content is if law enforcement officers are killing the people. Our founding and father's wasn't with that it was Yo- you respect the people like the whole thing starts we the people like not like y'all can we kind of like I please. Have you know what I mean. And so for me to compensation was never i. Don't care what white homes that got killed and it's like I've been beat up by police and I'm not gonNA pretend like that bias and that media training telling dudes that the black dude in the hood is the bad guy it exists. There's there's a small section of media that wants the Tower of Babel. Well I mean a small section I I was trying to figure you're out turning on TV now because we had already talks about winslow's what we grew up watching turning on TV now. How are we presenting ourselves on? I can't find positive black. TV anywhere the number one show in Black America is love and hip hop right. That's about strippers rappers. Trying to make it in in the music industry gang bangers fights so how can we be surprised when you're dealing if there is a person who has no experience within the black didn't come from a black family. We didn't grow up in the hood or projects goes into that community. And you don't know what to expect you. You are going to rely on what you've been trained to believe. Is The community community that the media told you did the same thing. The first time I went to a country club but I had never been there. I I went there. I was like this is going to be stuffy right. People are going to be tons of spoons and forks. Yeah my my instantly. I said whatever the media says no I'M GONNA be walking into. That's normal behavior so we do have a responsibility ability to be careful of how we're allowing the media to portray US overwhelmingly. I think that's overwhelmingly negative. I think Noah's overwhelmingly negative and I think that that even if if tight back to cabinet the first explanation that he gave so it's two things I was white cat until a certain point or that and I'm using him the like the thing right. I was with you when I explained it. This is not about disrespecting the flag this is about that. And that's your reason as you have that right to say that we lost me. Was You allow somebody else the media to hijack your messaging and he was running around. You didn't help running around pigs on your socks because even help do then you can't say talk out of both sides you're right then you can't say and I know some of my friends GonNa be mad for me. I capps born day was last week sometime. You also can't say I'm GONNA fight this. I'm going to find someone to fight this. Can you take the bag of money. I have to maintain and keep that same energy. I'm objective on criticism. I'm going to criticize when Chris. This is criticism. These needs to happen. And I'm going to applaud you when it needs to happen. I think it was brave of him to do this thing but I think he didn't. He didn't really perfect example. There's a reason why the first few years of black guns matter. There's no video of me with a firearm. Because the one very first media hits the stories that we did was the the media is they act. Photographer was there you know. How do you safely load and unload a firearm? While if I'm appendix pending carrying a do this blah blah blah show all. That was the wrong way to do it. We make a joke about at the IT turns US outweighs. The television tells US Click. That's the picture that they use so I'm like no. Even the font is different the wording and the pull quote so for me it was okay. I have to be responsible with this superpower of leading people that I have. It's not gonNA be. You're not gonNA see me shootin not gonNA know. It has nothing to do with the firearm. That responsibility liberty to your messaging is another reason why I think cat failed. And I think that the media blew it out of proportion and there was no one because we got caught up in that black versus White White Sofa. Everybody stopped going American. Everybody stopped going tyranny. Everybody stopped going Yo law enforcement officers with the job that they do they are sometimes a victim of that same bias. People in the hood are still victim of that same bias. I've had so many law enforcement officers offices. I got friends this cops. They hate that word by the way I have friends. That's offices Ma Street friends are not gonNa tell me that. He's a bad dude. That's my cousin he will he go outside. Everyday to catch robbers rapists and stop homicides just like the law enforcement offices are not going to tell me that my dues this you know doing doing whatever they're doing own inches bad guys know. You're not gonNa tell me that. And so that balance there is what we didn't have somebody translating Matt Matt going. You'll I see what you're trying to say and do you see what he's saying is that you need to understand what she's trying to say to figure out because we all we getting caught in these subjects and it's Americans should not be killed by law enforcement officers. Unjustifiably law enforcement officers should not be killed by Americans wins unjustified. I have a weird take and I'll say that my my personal opinion of Colin Kaepernick is that he's tremendously educated completely. Ignorant person who caught a wave. Steve kneels with very little information of how often this even happens because if he really cared about black lives he'd be focused on abortion. Black on black violence in the hoodie really cared about none of those things until it became a mainstream false narrative. He got on his knees when they sang the national anthem. And it became sensationalized And then he realized that portraying himself as caring about black issues brought a lot of money towards him so he picked his hair out into an Afro and said you know what. Forget that half whiteside and I'm going to go full black and he'd made money and unfortunately we so easily the people that suffer the same people the people that now have to deal with the unrest. That's between the police community and Black America. Where are the same people? Colin Kaepernick a rich person who got richer and he laughed all the way to the bank. Now Call it a weird take I will I will. But if he actually cared about black lives he would come to those his points sages that disagree with him and starting over the one thing about me the one thing about you as our beliefs hold hold true enough that we will say that whether we're in a room full of people that are on the left on the right Colin Kaepernick stays where he saved because his arguments about police will be absolutely destroyed and he talks talks out of both sides now now now. I agree with that until to the extent that I can't speak on what his intent is because he doesn't when you wear pig socks here in ten mcnabb now don't get me wrong. I'll take socks pig socks but I've been in fights with law enforcement officers that you're wrong. I don't care about your uniform at that point right we have. We had and we have a code of conduct. We have a standard as Americans that you are going to respect me. I'm going to respect you. The problem is an urban demographics. Because we're not politically engaged as much involved in civic process. There's there's the safest too bad cops in the precinct right on in that particular precinct if you running into those same two cops because they your shift when you get off of work. It's going to paint that picture. Then you've got the media so I'm not gonNA pretend like they ain't bad apples. It is at the same time when he's talking about Catman. You gotta be able to. You got to be able to stand on what you're saying which you do again. I'm say it's fun. Anybody I don't care I'm strapped. I go everywhere everywhere for the most part with a gun. You and I'm not gonNA pretend like it's about anything other than protecting my life against tyranny right so I'm not going to act like I'm Democrat and not say that just because I'm running for city council. I'm a stand on that truth. I'm able to explain it a thousand times. If need be. He fell short. The here's here's the other thing and again. Maybe it spun out of Control Form. You didn't you didn't know if you ever get a do you remember when you I follow me on twitter now okay you. I follow me on twitter. I know you're married now. I was like Yo. Who's this girl Candice Dan? She's hot and all. My father was like all Bro. You got and you were like. Oh this actually worthwhile because it's hilarious but I'm in a relationship cool you do. The I didn't know that that would spiral in that direction. When I started black guns Matt it was one event? I didn't know the spiral into this direction. I think he did something that he talked about. He made a statement and it spiraled. Now you're responsible for the spiral baby just like football. You do it you you use responsible for that tight spiral. I don't know how much money you settle for less money now. I do know that you gave away a million in dollars to people that were doing the work. I do know that it will probably pay more in taxes that year right now. If I have an undisclosed amount the question mark for me we cap in that scenario areo becomes. If you've got an undisclosed amount I need to see some of that money baby. I need to see that money. I'm willing look. Look Bro he tyler Perry Warwick. I'm never wearing a wig. Perry that wingo quarter of a billion dollar studio talk all you want about that. He's hiring people he's creating adding jobs. He's actually the American dream. I'm not wearing an address though but that he was cool with it. My point to that is I can see what he did with the money. A cat I gotta go. If I'm being critical I gotta say Bro. I need you drop someone bags of money off more than a million dollars. I've done magic with raising over the last last three years we've raised a quarter of a million dollars to keep these classes keep the financial barrier to entry for someone that wants to learn about the second amendment about proper firearm. I'm safety training. Conflict Resolution. Deescalation a raise the quarter of a million dollars and I gave it away all of it. So so if you've got an undisclosed bag money and if I don't see a two million dollar facility if I don't see a ten million dollar facility you have to be bro. Look it starts to look like it was about the paper well. The facilities probably called his house. Do Florida is saying just saying to call people out. I saw straight away. That's my opinion devil's advocate you. If he drops the ten million dollar Hello Community Senate not just the Basketball Court with tennis court outside technology you know open. They'll come do blacks it here you would you be open and would you go okay. I see what you did that this now starts to make some sort of sense. 'cause I need I need to see something for the chaos. I mean honestly the I always say if people are genuine if I perceive them to be genuine even if they're genuinely wrong I'm okay with it and a great example of that is my conversation was killer Mike. I agree with killer Mike on so many things. I don't get how he arrives at socialism. Because you know. He supports the socialist candidate and unapologetic capitalist. But he is the most genuine. He will have an open discussion. Even meet you here. He will go there. He'll be on any stage. I don't care if you arrive at something that is perceived to be wrong if your motives are right yeah I'm okay with it because then we can have a conversation when you don't want to have the conversation you're boxing yourself in. I believe to be a snake. So that's my opinion. We have to wrap up here and we wrap up every single episode by allowing you to leave a message for the world. You're going to look into this camera and you're going to say whatever you want. We're going to the two minutes on the clock if you could if your words could fall in everybody's ears the entire world. What would they be? Are you ready your world. I give give you much to Ray. What's up world? I want you to be educated. I want you to be safe. I want you to be responsible. I want you to purchase firearms. I want you to get proper training. I want you to study world history. Hitler was elected democratically democratically. He didn't like takeover he was elected to that position. You know the entire population or section of people and then proceeded to murder them. Hitler is not the only example of that. You got you know communist regimes socialist regimes all over the world. So this isn't no new new thing. Every forty years people forget what happens with socialism and then Oh yeah Venezuela so I want you to not fall victim to that. I want you to support the people that are doing the work. I want your personal commitment right. Now cannot be that you can do it yourself. I want you to link with and support people politically Socially financially whatever that are doing that work that affects a positive change and steers this idea. 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1470 Dr. Chris S. Villanueva, DMD, CEO of MB2 Dental Explains Dental Partnership Organizations : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

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1470 Dr. Chris S. Villanueva, DMD, CEO of MB2 Dental Explains Dental Partnership Organizations : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"It is just a huge honor for me today to be podcast interviewing Dr Chris Stephen. Villanueva. He's the founder and CEO of MB to dental I've been trying to get him on the show big time. I'm right here in Arizona and I got married here in Phoenix got two dental schools. We've got mid Western over in Glendale. We've got still a Mesa and. The only people hiring are you? Stephen Thorns. Pacific Dental Workman's Hartland Montana's. Aspen dental and every time I run into some young kid they always say I i. I know the owner, those other three. But when are you gonNA podcast owner mb to will here he is a day. He's the founder and CEO of MB to dental a first of its kind dental partnership organization with the mission to empower dentists to preserve their profession since its founding in two thousand, seven, mb to his partner with hundreds of Dennis to help them stay in the driver's see as a maximize her talents. Connect is part of a community and build exceptional practices in B. Two currently partners with over two hundred and thirty practices in seventeen states and like Adele every. Old Dentist, my age man if you can't learn something from some dentists that owns two hundred and thirty practices in seventeen states you need to get your ego checked at the door It's just an honor to have you on the show today and also what I like about you is In the world, you do a lot of unique things. You you. You purchased practices differently instead of buying the whole thing and saying you gotTa work for me for this amount of time then leave. You best by like from what I've heard dental. Don You got some big fans on dental town? Who who? Who's your biggest found time thinking? It's my Gosh you who was I. Feel I have arms. Zone now sell Mel fills omen. Now, like say you got a bunch of big fan and you got a big facebook group on Some townie has a big facebook grew who who's the Tony that has a facebook group. I believe. Is. Glenda Lenovo owners with US yeah okay. So Let me. Just find that Oak Glen Vo. G. L. E.. This yeah thrifty Dennis. I've had him on the show. He is he's nifty thrifty dentists Denton Smile's so Glenn Vo he's a partner to. and. who was the and who's the other one that has the facebook group on Dental town that loves you to death. On downtown but the doctor, her dot com. Is. has his own group. Power the business of dentistry so doesn't even Know. That was the name of my book. Back in two thousand. Same Hof. What H.. O. F.. U.. P. A. U.. Let's see a foam. Microsoft. Bill Gates finally, right. So he's in Texas too and podcasts him. He was number seven, forty eight. Forty eight. So my gosh. Is that right so So basically, I wanNA talk well first of all. The thing everybody wants to know about the most is you know you're you're overlooking a COUPLA hundred dental offices and Out of nowhere, we we got this pandemic on March and everybody is debating what how they should have adjusted for infection control this and that what I remembered from the HIV because I this is my second Rodeo with the virus back in eighty seven. It was so bizarre because it was the same things as here now I remember when dentistry had to start wearing gloves, I can give you the names of dentists in Wichita. Kansas. Somebody comes in here makes me wear gloves off the the the they're they're ready to to shoot them I mean they were not gonNa have the government tell them they had to wear gloves. Now you have the guts you know people saying the same thing the government's not going told me to wear a mask and all this but I noticed a about everything we did for HIV we still do we start wearing gloves the customer went away bottled water in the Opera Tori that having a waterline you know the weird in the rollout of weird things like. My staff was most upset. We couldn't wear shorts anymore and here I am in nineteen eighty seven trying to explain to two hygienists have a four year degree home I gue- catch HIV from wearing shorts and I'm like I know the government there it is what it is so but would have how of you had to adjust now that you think twenty years or now you know way beyond the pandemic you'll still be doing and you're two hundred and thirty offices that you started because of the pandemic that's probably here to stay. Yeah. Yeah. Always had challenges even. Jars Yell Practices in Alaska Florida. Keeping up with different. Advice in regulation over the last few months. John's. So we'll time it's a full time. Job just to understand all gotta SUSPI crowd and is constantly changing and so so I feel like you know. Still, to be determined, what long lasting effects of the new fresh control protocols are going to be but like you said things are going to change they're gonNA change. People are engaged used to different ways of providing care in the cadence in which patients come into the office they're all GonNa be. Different and I think that's going to be able not only in dentistry healthcare's old. So I still think no orange unit. There's all allow the story to be told here in the next few Monson Out we weathered this next season, but ultimately, there will be drastic changes feel into quiet here and You know basically all these Dennis had to shut down for two months I had to shutdown between Saint Patrick's Day. All the way to Cinco de Mayo you know the my to favor drinking days. I had to close in between my favorite drinking days and And then come back and some the ADA statistics you're saying. We're cruising at about seventy one percent pre pandemic. Some people are say they're back full norm? For your entire sample size of two, hundred and thirty, are you back to pre pandemic We're yet now. So we're ratchet. percent or last eighteen weeks. So we need oxy monitor week by week you know there are specific markets that have have downturns whether it's leaning to covid increases or whether that matters lot of offices South but but net net I, mean we're we're well about her percent for fifteen weeks, which is something morally proud of really is a function of our ability to to not worry about supplies and equipment quite frankly I mean as large group were able to get the required he to providers, they can simply focus on the patient care. That's been a testament to our structure in our organization. Well you know workman is. The heartland dental he says, they're back up to one hundred percent and then. Recur Star. got. Three hundred comfort tunnels he's back over one hundred percent. Why do you? So it's it's obviously an operations and logistics issue if the Risks Comfort Dental and Hartland and. Chris Doctor V NBA to if you guys are all back over one hundred percent for fifteen weeks and with a big samples is spread out all over the United States. It looks like getting back to pandemic level is an issue of operation logistics. Not How do you find the MB too by the way? How did you get that name mb to nobody can find the NBA to and you have to go to name your company after the biggest heart ache and all of ended onyx the to well, it's funny. We were all sitting around after after dinner company dinner. You know many years ago and we just thought it'd be funny 'cause our county doesn't really face patients in inside joke among spears and we're like it was between be to. Belly all or. Smell or we're just a bunch of names and. Thousand Cusp. Were throwing a lot out our. That funny a customer care, belly out to care. Are. They Falcon costs you'll have to explain what that what is. Russia was. Town customer Oh talent Cosso. And so for us, it was kind of an inside joke. Just new dentists would understand the actually look at our logo it's actually a highly stylized access or you go to NBA wanted to be so. I'm I'm going to have to look at it. Look at your logo, I'm looking at it now. Access more you looking down into. Now I never even saw that and that is really the best way to find the MVP too because. You know the reason when I started rooted I always do the final restoration I because you know if you got all these costs and Dolly's measurements or this eighteen, this is twenty this is nineteen, but you prepare for the crown, the final restoration, all the all the files are going to be the same length. But when you find that Embi you know when you find those three canals, you know it's going to be a line between what you did find in the Powell intimate. It's GonNa be right in the same space and it's it's really frightening because. I mean I know ended on that we'll go six months without a four canal maximum more and then I got done is friends at have never found in be two and there is old as I am. So but there that and that, and that is a big explanation of white ended on us when they do a million root canals in sixty months, five years five percent are extracted versus doing general Dennis. It's ten percent and root canals in a nutshell just. Finding all the canals getting rid of all the infection when you leave a whole bunch in the NBA, to that that's that is the the problem I'm so back to the rix. There's a Rick Workman heartland where if they come into Phoenix Arizona and they buy a practice, they buy it for a dollar Maybe they're maybe those the contract will you have to stay with them for like three years then there's all the way over to. Reconsider Kirschner where they don't like they. They don't like associates that they don't want him the employee mentality they they wanNA owner mentality and they just find partner. So everyone of Rick's dentists is A. They got the same skin in the game and I see Your Business Donald kind of a hybrid you by like, we'll say sixty percents say two thirds. So the dentist asteroid remain a third. So he still has skin in the game. So he kinda sold out, but he's still skin in the game partner. Am I am I. Summarizing this correctly or I got ater? No, it's really a hybrid model. and. So so the the local owner Dr owns a minority interest in the practice on top Obama, you being paid for the site production, but what's unique about us? Is that the average owner owns a little over three practices within their business model, right? Average owners in the early forties on these guys and gals that that want to grow one. Want, to not only provide great care but also mentor or other associates right and so we have a what some call hybrid model of College More Co op where office level we are extremely differentiated practices in Alaska, are different than the ones in Oklahoma and so on and so forth. It's a representation of the individual owner doctor so. You know we have offices that are rural markets. Urban markets in that were out of network. It's really what Dr Built on their own were here to facilitate the growth would also give them a platform to invest in each other and so what's unique about our model is every doctor has opportunity to actually find the other doctors practices. At the Office If effectively and so I'm that creates a tremendous amount of alignment creates a tremendous network have individual doctors who are helping one another but without having a formulaic playbook. one-size-fits-all approach and believe that's the right way to approach dentistry a lot of people. A lot of people understand. This is what dentists have been doing for decades right out of doctors that practice together certain point they iron associate associate Groza becomes an honor and then they affect we have a true partnership in practice and that's really all we are. You're a true partnership with a doctor who providing the care calls the shots We are a great signing, Morgan grits or We we provide slough services including increasing their equity value in the practicing. Well. Congratulate I love innovation I mean talk about I mean your true? Dental, entrepreneur. Just you know a quarter of my listeners are still in dental kindergarten school By the time they get out of dental school after about five years or smart enough to not ever Wanna listen to me again. So, for for the kids still in school you've already used a lot of terms that might fly overhead and so just what is the difference between private practice DSO DP does and buying clubs. Yes so greg. Greg Question. Would be helpful is a widely, we even built I mean my wife is actually a physician primary care physician I kind of watch what happened in primary care space where they went from being independent sole proprietors just like dentists in start to migrate. Towards, hospital systems where they no longer have to deal with the business aspects of it when Kim very high costs mainly, their autonomy haven't asked permission to on vacation and so on and so forth and so I of watch what happened and I decided that's not what I wanted for our profession wanted to migrate in that direction in two thousand and four when I graduated. That's kind of what was happening right I don't participate or considering a more traditional. Where they would sell their their practice into these. Defacto corporate structures were they would be relieved that ministry will once again, it came at a cost, and so I- offensively created what we call hybrid model or D. Peo where basically we are fiercely in the ended at our office. But when it behooves us, you go shape as whether that supply ordering whether that's On talent acquisition having scale and obviously when we. Attract investors into our business. We're considered larger group which hunter this on. So that's kind of why did you feel model came about I? Think there's newer models are starting. To take hold in our profession there's buying clubs which are where you have a membership facilitate purchasing. I see a lot of these new groups come up that house loose affiliations was call options option to buy you once they amass a group of practices together. There's a lot of those are starting up on a lot of what I call corporate marauders just in Buffalo Bunch of scaling off to another investor, and so it's it's it's Gordon that dentists no on the difference in May sound like the byner decision between either practice in corporate practice. But but as far from the truth I think there's a important distinctions. Between the different models in courage them to understand and before making unique amendments. I gotta go back to declare up so The DSO? What is your Is that dental? Services Organization for you. I know. What you're calling that. The new. So what we've traditionally Corporate Industry I. Mean Are those the I've heard Dental Services Organization I've heard dental support organization I would is the Stan Rhino I know it's dental organization busy s services or support in. As both ways but I think they're mal is like system where they own the the practice dodgers. Employees with contractual work back agreements and it it's one of those you know. Arrangements where the doctor. May Have Clinical. Discretion but when it comes to scheduling staffing. Supplies equipment they have been more involved and so that that's kind of what traditionally viewed as of the so and so that's on one side of the spectrum on the other side of the spectrum you have you have the that can do whatever they don't have the support of a large organization. So one of the middleware you had the benefit of autonomy equity ownership with support of a larger organization systems. Economies of scale so. So the Dental, what's the Peace Corps Army Ship Okay Partnership that was That was where my mind which is the with of a plank length. Dental Partnership Organization. Okay then when you do buying closed, my question is then is, Glenn, Vo is his nifty thrifty Dennis. The NBA to supply is at the supply thing I mean it's used for his Pfizer or is he just a partner with mb too but the nifty thrifty things totally separate than mb to. He has his own membership and he's just. Found a way to to to give deficiencies to private practitioners. He's had for many years. He just recently joined us. So is he wants to bring. A great deal to the organization I would put it in house. All the hundred and sixty owners were honored doctors and say, Hey, if the source you you guys are up four, we don't. We don't source any provider to to use any. Material citing its own. I like I like his name nifty third I just like Glenn. He's just a great guy. I like nifty thrifty. But we're talking about. Supplies. What should supplies being a dental office? I mean in fact well, you just go through the numbers of. I mean you're coaching two, hundred and thirty dental offices. What are you trying to coach them in terms of? What should be either Labor? Their lab plies general costs. Ability. That's a great question I feel like. There's just a huge Marion's in the type of axes that we support. I mean we have a practice that does ten million in in network revenue, Colorado, and they're they're a huge practice practices that that little over a million. Obviously, the metrics change. What was our approaches drastically different than than one would think of of large group in the sense that you know as as a dentist I never wanted to be told well, APP to use I didn't want to be told what supplies tease is alive you our job will be to curate when everyone wants to use trying to drive down pricing and that offered to them at that price whether that's lab supplies. Clear correct liners gloves. You name it all all the way out to healthcare. I mean it's the same concept like we don't impose any buying structure per se. We know that when the doctor owner owns a practice with us, they're going to make the right decision for the practice I mean one example I give is as their doctor that. Join doesn't expanding his practice and he want four chairs, two seven shirts and he really wanted to buy these. Chairs it occurs everyone knows our premium brand and they're extremely expensive and but obviously doctors. Enjoy that and in value. I told them like listen. It's important to you. It's important to me. There's much more cost effective options out there and we we have that pricy, but it's important to you. It's important to me and we went ahead and purchased as a partnership. The chairs that he wanted in. That is a good metaphor for the way our organization operates it's not a top down command control operation. It's really amalgamation of of all the private practitioners. This is truly a co-op, the doctors that own the prices are the ones making the decisions for the practice, and we're not there to to convince him otherwise. that is. That is it's it's so true. I mean I've. When I talk. Okay. So when the kids five years out of school, it seems like they've had five jobs. I mean it seems like they do I mean they always say well, I don't think opening you know I graduated may eleven I had my own office open by September eleven and then black Monday was in October I mean, yeah, you just couldn't have made it worse. So I totally understand the kid coming out of a pandemic but when they they a lot of say, well, you know I'm just going to go work for Aspen and I'm just going to be an association Blah but they. Don't ever seem to be happy because if there been out five years, they've had five different jobs and a lot of them end up now I know the DSL is obviously in Arizona. It's ground zero for DSO's because I'm your dental license from anywhere is good in Arizona, and so specials ended on US order. Everybody's flogging Arizona eighteen point, six percent of the dentist in. Arizona. Work for DSO's and so some I mean, I have friends that have stayed with them Thorne for God ten, Fifteen, twenty years I mean so they're keeping up. But when they have the turnover, it's always the same things. It's always. Yeah they made me use this lab and I hated this lab and it was so frustrating to try my hardest and they give me this crappy crown from what you know for seventy bucks. They hit it out but the biggest thing that they actually told me. That just it's always the last straw is were kids are stressed out. They had a hard time sleep last night because today they had to molar Indo and then you have to name an NBA to to give them take their into a full-fledged nightmare and then they get there and they're overwhelmed and they're assistant is no longer there the assistant turnover this isn't turnover and I've had more than my share of associates. Tell me you know you know when when they gave me my third different dental assistant in three months on the day of my big procedure, I just quit. So So staff turnover, not using your own lab things like that, and then with supplies is same thing I couldn't believe it when I sort of hygiene town. I sorta hygiene down because Dennis are very different than dentists and I never backseat Jeremiah hyginus. I mean. I couldn't imagine a hygienist come to me and they'd say, well, Shaikha paste or this paste or say it's like you got a four year degree. You're a nurse in a hospital I'm not in a backseat drive my hygienist and I think that's why my hygienist had been with me for decades because I don't do that. So but but labor. Will when we look at overhead. Far enough insurance used to be they just agreed to pay a percentage fee they'd agree to pay one hundred percent for cleanings x ray eighty percent of fillings, root canals, half crowns, dentures, parcels, and then about ten years out of graduation they say, no, we're going to do it differently. We're going to give you the fee will the difference between the fee I was charging and the fee that all the PPO's. And by the way, you know anybody who set your fee so many tell me they don't do any PPO's PPO say really don't Take Delta and I go oh, why take Delta will. Give you a fee schedule. and. So okay. So that's a PPO someone else setting your fees and I think the the the dentist charges a thousand for Crown but he signed up on this insurance you know give them six fifty. So immediately, thirty, five percent of their overhead is an. But adjusted fee by signing up for an insurance plan, which is basically a volume discount. You're saying, okay, you charge a thousand archer or crown but sign up with us. We're going to give you a bunch of patient. So the volume discount is the number one fee is the. The adjusted fee production between your fee and the insurance. But second is Labor. I mean Labor Labor Labor and a lot of people I've seen this. How many times have I seen this where? Labor was twenty, five percent and overhead was sixty percent and they thought well, I'm going to bring in a second shift. So I work Monday through Thursday, to five I'm going to work Monday through Thursday six to noon and I'm GonNa have a nother office come in from noon to six PM. So I'm going to double my availability in the same fix cost and I always say well, your fixed cost isn't your big cost it's. Your variable costs, labor, lab supplies, your fixed costs, rent, mortgage, Bill, computer insurance, the the that's pretty easy to get efficient, but we're really hard to get efficient is with Labor and I've seen them double their you know their utilization of their fixed cost but their labor slipped up from my twenty five percent to twenty nine percent to thirty percent. Their overhead went from sixty to sixty, five to sixty, eight to seventy. So in trying to. Utilize more efficiently their fixed costs they. Went from an a on variable cost Labor lab supplies down to a C. and and the whole thing wasn't a great idea for the stewards of capital. So do you see this and what is the Labor that you try to shoot for and is more efficient in small versus large like that office in Colorado you said it's doing what ten, million, a year or how about was. So does the. Ten Million Dollar Company have higher labor than the one million dollar. Company. You said a lot of. Really interesting. From a Labor standpoint, you know the hope is that. Once you have your leadership in place which are the higher dollar variable costs that you can scale according right. The philosophy of actually apple to mb to support network with leadership, and then every time we add support it's less than a dollar for dollar addition and so yes, we do see that but it if you don't know how to execute it properly, that's when you get what you see today where we're doctors are just over hiring or don't have the capacity to do partial higher right which is unique within our model as that maybe you don't need another day we complain maybe. One or two days, and then we can now distribute there are other labor amongst other practices. So that Iran's more efficiently skills more gradually What I will say is that unlike other large groups that have targets and try to manipulate staffing metrics, we view practices Kinda like hind off units like as is whereas we don't like to mess around with staffing metrics. Everyone has their comfort level and number of front desk and and back, or we like to keep it as someone people partner with us. There isn't a drastic change in their staffing metrics, and so we really are value off with currently out. We said earlier was fascinating to me about I used to do presentations at dental schools about. The natural life cycle of dentists is exactly what you said. We would graduate. We'd work at a few corporate outfits for a couple of years and we all knew going in there that we're just GONNA get. Our bearings and an open up our own practice, and then they go off and then they build their own practice they they get the. Intestinal, fortitude to take that. And so we'll what I figured. Armitt career was like men were investing a tremendous amount of energy and effort training our associates. Right, and then just for them to leave and start their own business even though as amicable doesn't sound like a good strategy. So that's one of the punisher came in so. Interesting statistic is forty six percent of all our owners used to be associates within the group. And so if you like the Forty five percent forty, six percent of all the owners. One, hundred sixty. Five, dollars I guess under sixty five owners Used to be associates within a practice within our network, and so they've had a a long time to basically interview US seat. See how we help facilitate the practice. We've had opportunity to to interview them through the owner doctor of the practice and raise their hand and said, okay to move to this day. Can you help us identifier helped me identify a location and we support them to happens very often I mean we've got. To a point where a lot of dental students know that they WANNA ownership and we we make commitments to them. If we feel strongly about their aptitude, we make commitments to them and say, okay, you're GonNa if you work here for year and you like it and we like you and get your bearings, we will go ahead and find you an office in this other state where you WanNa go back home or you want. You want to settle down and we'll. We'll partner with you. That's happened. Multiple Times. Doctors may not have originally thought about working in Mexico, but they wanted to settle down in Colorado and so it. been a smooth transition from associated ship to ownership, and then we'll decide ownerships, and so I, I like to think when associates. Join us. It's not for a job. It's not for a twelve month period. It's really a potential career decision where if they join us, they know that there's a path clear path ownership. Within our organization if they liked in, we like the relationship during their associates year. He's I. think that's what drives a lot of. Newer doctors. To Join. US. In and to to to address what you said earlier all too common their. Dodgers may see a lot of changes in these larger corporations whether staffing wise material supplies. Week, we have the ability effectively private practices. I. Mean. We have the tenure staff is tenured private practice because that's how was fired joined the Coa and so doctors have the mentorship associates had the mentorship of the owner doctor paired with consistency of the staff haired with the the flexibility and liberty. It's order proper supplies equipment that works in their hands. Really it's it's it's a, it's. A recipe for success when when when they're happy the practice, they can now grow into ownership in the market they want and replicate what they've learned when they're comfortable and that's a really big part of our growth strategy is taking associates from the bench. Many Times sub five year. Graduates and put them in a position of ownership with with highly reduced risk execution and financial risk when we do that with the support of our organization. Interesting I'm just I I love Biz. Models. I mean you can tell there's a lot of thought that went into that and I mean. It's just amazing what he said I still So I WANNA go to When you said that you know with Labor that you know vilely need you two days a week here. If you're part of an organization, it's got a couple of offices. You could work two days a week here in two days a week there. I'm seeing this and I just wanted to see what your opinion is, what I'm saying Obviously. It's difficult hiring some kid out of school because they've only done a few of everything and they do they come into a dental office and DSO's have the best data and a lot of the kingpins of the DSO's are very transparent and very helpful to me and the Solo practitioner but they'll say, okay, this kid will come in and he'll do. Ten molar root canals and he'll work I for a year. Then he'll. He'll go on and he'll go somewhere else and a lot of these fail and we have to send them to an ended on us and have them redone. Implants are the disaster. I mean. If if you come in to work here and I send you to some implant training facility and I and you worked for me for two years and you place your first ten implants Melissa, say place five. If one of them fails and I gotTA, send it over to a period honest and have the whole thing redone to pay that buried. Honest to Redo the whole thing, took the prophets of the other four. So you have four successful plan say the the owners of capital made fifteen percent on each one that they they lost all their profit reading the One. So I've seen this big trend to where a lot of group practices and we really we should talk about group practices because when you talk about DSO's. The majority of group the majority of DSO's technically our group practices in two or three locations very very few DSO's. You're at with a couple of hundred locations in multiple states. But what they're doing these Aso's saying you know from now on, we're only GONNA have ended on us do the Mola root canals and we're GONNA have carried on us place implants and it's kind of a great insurance decision because. The insurance companies pay and ended on US more money to do a mole, a root canal than in general Dennis, and then the downside this thing fails when ended on US fails you just like, Hey, I ended on us I did it failed the board stay way from you the attorney say away from you but whenever a general dentist does something and fails us some attorney or some board Guy Thinking well, maybe. Howard shouldn't have done it maybe he should've. Senate. Ended on us. So are you? Seeing that trend I mean you're here in Arizona Are Do. You see going forward trying to have into Donna's do all the molars and buried on US place all the implants just because the insurance companies are going to give you a higher reimbursement the downside is pretty much eliminated because you're specialist is that is that where the trends are going Yeah. Hidden, had you know when you when you look at US statistically, there's decisions to be made by an organization of Science. What I would say is once again, we're drastically different like I do not like making global decisions for the business when it pertains to clinical care because there's some great the there's some great GP's provides a phenomenal Kerem seeing a rise of GP's that. Limit, the practice oral surgery, for example, and the phenomenal, and they have the training to do it, and I would hate to be the guy at tells them. You know I don't want you to do that I. Want Oral Surgeons to do that or air donnas asking too much of a generalization and a comes down to the individual offices and and their training in their competency. It always surprises me when I tell them, we don't have clinical arm to our to our peo- like there. There is no come clinicals our or group of clinicals. Ours judging people's work. It truly is a a group of private practitioners. That are grown men women. They're providing great care and we definitely have you know will. With a standard deviation from what we believe it is good Glinka Karen. That kind of self regulates I mean individuals who limited practice to implants or to oral surgery are are GONNA be Ma are GONNA be monitored by their peers and Indus- away we like to approach it not from a financial standpoint, but really from from a clinical delivery step like I want the doctrines of being control of how they're treating the patients and their competency and being charged of their their CE's and be in charge of their supplies and equipment. I think that you know. Large. Strategic edicts from from. A corporate standpoint could could could really. Be. Detrimental to the morale of an organization. I. Don't want to be the ones telling people that you know I. I've Seen I've seen financial decisions come down from corporate groups on staffing metrics on who's doing procedures are often i. think dodgers are smart enough to figure out what they need and what they're capable of doing. We have we have, for example, we have practices that are specialty practices that only do that the. Or Non, that's business that they've they joined the group in the efficiencies economies of scale. Then GB practices that's say okay I don't want to refer out all my. All my Ortho I'd like to an orthodontist aecom once a week and that's great in private practice that'd be very difficult to hire wasn't asked come once a week right? I mean what commitments does he have the other for three days and so that's where Mal Trans once again where that? orthodontist has a full schedule with amongst five practices for able to go to the practices and provide the care that the owner Dr Watts. But once again, with the flexibility of the owner doctor saying you know what I took the straight wire Gore's your or I feel confident in providing that care or just invis- line or whatever. Maybe. They can make the decision for the practice. That's not something that we make a decision for that. Well that was. So, obviously. Brilliant I mean it's always been think global act local and you just perfectly summarize that. And that really I'm distance I'm always amazed when I'm reading anthropology psychology business. How distances the major variable I mean? Distance is going to determine, your spouse, your language, your religion I mean if you were born I, tell my oldest sister who's a WHO's a Catholic nun I said okay. But just remember every day that if you've been born in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, you'd Muslims so just don't you know never forget that. When guys tell me? They introduce their wife all my God. This is a love of my life as I. Okay. But you both were born in the same town of five thousand and went to the same ice school that had three hundred. And the reason Free Enterprise Democracy always out did like centrally planning Soviet. Union is when Moscow was determining what to plant and when to harvest, they were net importers of wheat and then the United States were the government's say we're not GonNa, tell you what to plant you're the one who decides what to plant and we were a net. We export I mean so the person but I think my favorite line is on. Think globally act locally and panic internally. So if you're the one that that you're going to do that in B. Two and. That's Great Dr Not GonNa tell you what to do. You decided you're going to do that Muller now. Now you can panic internally think globally act locally and panic internally until you find the damn mb to and then I just WanNa say I'm so do you would you say your? Take all insurances. That's always the question. If. Do was. All insurance well, going back to to to I. Think you'll see a common I mean insurance and what they take is really an on the geography I mean we we run a report and we use data advised doctors in your market. These are the insurance rates. These are the carriers that we've negotiate pricing with. It's up to you if you want to take this insurance or not in some cases, they say, yes in some cases, they say, no cases we run. We use data to run studies on their currently taking an end up dropping Austin insurance plan when they realized what what it is but I think there's a big challenge when it comes to insurance and being in our network is that. It's really difficult to extract data and make good data driven decisions, private practitioner, and so when we're we're able to present that in a way that's unbiased and just informative to the doctors they can. They can make decisions on their own. But yeah, we go everywhere from we have hundred percent fee for service practices with very stable patient basis in the northeast to to to Ino were. Higher volume practices in urban markets, and so once again, that's a market driven an owner data driven decision. So. We'll, that's the next question heartland if they buy if they bought my dental office today's dental in Phoenix, it's still today's zone Phoenix. Aspen. When they build an office, they all look the same. It's kind of like a like a McDonald's or a Wendy's or on the have a franchise look we're or you add if you bought my today's donal, would it be called MB to dental? Would it still be today's dental? What is Your Your Brown? And GonNa get one other example that the biggest example United Sates is kroger. When Kroger buys a grocery store chain in Kansas when they bought Dylan's it's still called Dylan's when I moved to Arizona after going to several different grocery stores I walked into fries I thought damn I'm home what is it about fries and then I figured a couple of weeks later Oh, it's owned by Kroger are you Kinda Kroger were your the underlying systems and you can so call it fries and Dylan's already come in and Redo the brand and call it a and B to Nano. Brandon. You know what's funny is people think that me by dental offices we don't buy. What I'd us back doctors and so if a doctor has brand local brand recognition, keep it I mean that's really the best strategy here being healthcare's local initiative of dentistry in particular has a local initiative I. Never I never believed that the economies of scale of having seal brand would ever outweigh the benefits of of of keeping a neighborhood cornerstone intact we we've done extremely well. We have doctors with. Multiple offices in the same geographic area with different names because they bought out. A different practice they managed and they are in charge delivery but they know it's a recognized brand, keep it as such, and so we never change the only exception to that is if and we had a deal where associate. was buying equity into the practice in the doctor was retiring and the price was named after that doctor and obviously made sense to change change the name of the practice but that associated has been there for for for seven years the patients, Newham and so that transition was pretty smooth and so I see a lot. I see less less of a branding strategy and aren't news is people are starting to see that there's better to keeping. Local brands intact and inheriting the brand and the doctor has created. and I just want to say one last thing on insurance I'm. So if If you're affiliate that you're helping you buy a dental office and they take all dental insurance. Then you'll you support that and if they decide not to take a certain insurance, you support that you don't really on the thing global act local you're not telling your docs, what insurance to us and and I only have one caveat on that is an I've said this on my show for four years. I take I don't take any HMO's I. Do take six PPO's and when you look at us Yo dentists will people will if they don't have insurance as a dentist near me and they're looking for availability affordability someone closer office. But if they get a subsidy from their employer or the government or whatever they'll say Dennis may who takes Blue Cross Blue Shield or United Concordia or Dental or whatever. So those should be on your website for Co because that's what they're searching for their search subsea. But I don't do Hmo I'll tell you why because I don't believe in the transfer of risk analysis I mean I saw this I've already lifted this where they said okay. Well, the the insurance got school the insurance as you're saying, well, the end of the day. This dental insurance companies giving you about twenty dollars a month per patient. Okay and then they say, okay, wall we. You know we know incentives matter people chasing him. So if we just. Cover some you might do crowns instead of modem albums you might. Retreat a root canal instead of an extraction and we want you to have skin in the game. So we're just going to transfer you the money, and then you get the same whether you do a Crown Ammo D. or Richard a failing routine, our extracting all the same and I thought well, that's pretty interesting and then you look at the math but they reduced the twenty dollars a month down to six and it's like, Oh, I thought we were talking philosophy of JC incentives but you just you just Cut The fee if they would have done that and kept the even Steven. Money it would have been a very interesting thing to watch how did that affect the difference between the amount of EMO DIS crowns you know if you got twenty dollars a month per person but they didn't do that the so it was a great cells pitch and then at the end they stuck a knife and then the other thing I wanna say is taking Medicaid. If I have a dispute with Blue Cross Blue Shield or Delta whatever. It's a civil dispute and even if we went to court, it'd be a civil court thing. But whenever you deal with me cade if they have any billing issue whatever they're gonNA address it with a sledgehammer and prison and take all your money. I had a very good friend whose wife was adorable and Gosh I, love her to death and she screwed up all all the billing and he got the best attorney in Missouri and Best Attorney said, you know I all I can do for years if you plead guilty. You'll do seven years in jail. So they had to move to Mexico City where they lived out the rest of their life than the dentist died. I think about last year Thanksgiving but it's like you know the government is the mob and if you're if I'm doing business with Kroger Walmart, I it's civil. But when you do business with the mob and something goes wrong, they'll kill. I just categorically do not do business with the mob. Because they're gangsters and your Mama told you not to kidnap people, put them in cages and kill them, and this is what the government's done for five thousand years. So and then the best summary just just know your numbers and so then the next thing when asked you is. To run two hundred dental offices, you gotTa have a Great Management Information System. There are the least all on the same practice management system or are they all on denture eagles soft or open dental or so is that a standard thing? You would need I I don't know how you'd run too. So. In terms of EHR's when we were growing out interview a lot of the other groups and say, Hey, you guys converted to universal hr never really had a. Resounding Resounding. Yes. To those questions, everyone had their problems with their what's in apprise products is These jar and HR standing for latronic health records. Everyone tried crane their own mediocre HR or adopting enterprise option with very little success, and so we did as group is recreated we outsource we created a cloud based. API which is basically a system that sits behind detrick are eagles off that usurps the data and presented to us in one way, and so you know we have the majority of. Dentists the second leading being eagles soft an orthodontist have their own system so on and so forth. When we partnered with a practice. That means we don't have to disrupt the business I mean if you ever enter a mature practices, a metre practice where newman using. Eagles offer twenty years and then you tell them pay, you could change to detrick let be catastrophic I mean the staff not only will dislike you because it's more work on them, but you know the efficiencies are reducing. So the elegant solution that we found was findings was creating a cloud based system basically takes the relevant data points from each system. And then. Presented to us in real time. Right. So it doesn't matter if you're on detrick ills off, we get the data we need in order to create. DASHBOARDS that will be helpful to the provider and that diagnosed for operations can be is. Marketing, and it's constantly evolving worth doctrines are are are asking for more data in marketing, for example, and been we then developed we outsource but we help guide development of their requests to add onto our system and so the answer's yes or no. Now, we don't have the same system in every office. But yes, in the sense that we use the same dashboard for every practice in real time. Wow that Ma-. So you bought that or you create it yourself we created it. We really we negotiated with a developer and said, this is what we do. Want spreadsheets go make it for us in a program in real time in and and do we will do subscribe. Per. Location to to the product so it was it was it a was already existing dental practice software company or is totally no. Totally? Never done it before, but you know I'll call him now I mean Messa with Jarvis analytics has a product will say it again Messa six Massachusetts at as well that. A. Emmy S. I. Simex, yes, Mesa Sex what else what's it called? Jarvis is the name of the program. Journalists. Yet. Driver's name the program that we helped. Great. They have different variants but now that they're they're they're offering it to. Other providers, but we were the original brainchild behind developing that program. I will say for for those of us who video I'm a big comic Buchner over here, and that's why our local is red and yellow because I'm an iron man fan, Jarvis was mainly used for our platform because that's a that's not the comic book They. Just inherited that for us and so it's A. Obviously, we don't just full disclosure. We don't own any of I. Get no revenue from it, but that is how developed it. We said Hey will teach you how to develop. I will teach you what metrics been all office needing in return you'll developing and then we would subscribe to it after its pollution and then you can offer it to others to find a dime. Nice. So so you you are a fan of sex. Yeah Nice guys. steamrolls a great guy. I think you know we use the product, an all of our offices it once again, I if you don't want to have the capital outlay to build your own system, which is extremely expensive. This was just an elegant solution where you know it's a subscription based solutions so that it keeps everyone honest if if you don't like it and you find a better system in drop off of it and and and and try a different enterprises some if you'd like. And, the other thing that's I'm so tough in the United States is the United States. You know a good program is a lot of money and some of these big companies. will go to Asia and Where they can get you know just a lot more programming for the dollar. A. Hybrid model where they have some form programmers but you know they're based out of here in Dallas as well. So I'm able to. Give them guidance on what we need a real time and. Once again. I get nothing for advertising them but I think it's it is a good solution if you are an acquisition mode and you're looking for. Looking not to. Disrupt. Operations, this may be a good solution PRIEM. Well. I am advertising and I expect may sacks send that New Year that Conor McGregor I mean my my Irish buddy has a new beer. I just felt like i. just feel like an Irish of I'm not going to go out there and support connors new beer. So you're you're saying that the founder and Denver was Stephen Morales. Morillas. Yeah. He's he's a pure dos but he's earned also. So you recommend him then. Yeah. That's awesome. well, I is. Is he going to be in the market for? Other, this dental product for other dentist He has a lot more I mean we developed we hope to. Help. Develop this year's we're talking about five six years ago since then. He's he's been growing offering it to other providers. I don't know how many there are, but I know there's more than us. A lot of smaller groups. Uses fought form but I think that that's that's really one of the biggest benefits being part of a large organization is simply extracting the data and providing in a way that is adjustable actionable. Because Amb. Now does that also hook up with your accounting so Doing all your. Accounting does this product help you know like my deal is the reason I switched to open dental is because I saw whenever I would podcast interview someone programming anything new especially this thin tack or anything exciting. Obviously, Delta Dental Zone by Henry Shine that has offices in fifty six countries so. That's obviously the biggest brand, and probably half the systems next would be Patterson, which owns eagles softened Effingham, Illinois's But those are closed proprietary systems and a lot of people have been moving towards an open system and my holy grail was that you know the worst phone calls years when your CPA calls on August fourteenth and say Oh tomorrow Yo the irs one hundred grand. Like, one hundred round, my savings account and you have one hundred dollars in it because there are there accounting's on quickbooks pro, they can do their tax on turbo tax, but it's not related. Do you think that's something we're Stephen could connect open dental to turbo tax to quick quicken and give my my homie who's always himself the individual, all those tools and one do you think? He could do that's the holy grail man that's what he's working towards and so that's what he's working for notts. Words working towards his to have off of we we obviously are more complicated than a sole provider, and so we we still have to use very robust accounting software for our boats but an individual riders more realistic to Housing Program, and I know that's docket firms are his company to try to I'm create a one stop solution but yeah, that's that's a point for many years. We'll tell them hook me up Kalama I want him to come on tell them to come on the show. Yeah. And that's Actually. Very bigamy concern is probably one of those Dallas Cowboy fans I mean, you know those How I would let a cowboy come on into Arizona Cardinal, country is a blasphemy of the highest order. But my my my dentist, they don't know their numbers man. I mean, they'll have they'll have the same hygienists in room one for ten years. And she'll leave the room she'll do cleaning examined by wings say, Hey doc did you did you get five dollars and twelve cents after taxes or did you just lose eighteen bucks? He doesn't know he doesn't know and DSO's I think their biggest advantage isn't that they can find the Embi to four. Am they're thinking global acting local? They're not in your opportunity they don't know where the NBA to is any more than you do. But they're getting as in the business, the finance legal, the marketing there everything that doesn't have to do with finding the MVP to they're doing better than someone who spends all their time trying to learn how to do endo place implants and bone grafts saw share story with you. We're. At office number. Forty. A bunch of density around a conference table. And we thought we had it all figured out with forty offices bunch of Dennis run in this place and I will sit back and I said you know if we if we showed or we taught a business guy out to root canal, you take you do a good job and everyone started laughing like now it's garbage. You'd suck I said, what are the chances? That's how we are with business you know what are the chances? There's actual people that went to school for business and went to school for accounting when school for marking, what if we built a team that everyone did what they were taught to do, and that'll twenty fifteen that was the first year we had true business. Organization. Our revenue up twelve percent, which was great. But our profit margin, even a martyr profit margin winning sixty two percents, and so we didn't work any harder we had were more. It was simply understanding the numbers. In I think that when I graduated two, thousand, four people said well, Dennis are so smart. You Know Davin Ninety, nine, percent success rate and what I realize running business is that is not because of ourselves in spite of ourselves, mean the dentistry is a very Lucrative profession that gives you a large margin of error and so if you actually eight attention to a numbers and understood the consequences of your staff decisions abuse make better decisions on the problem is between being provider being business owner and having do all that becomes overly complicated and good news is even if you're not under percents efficient on, you're still making a great living and so that's what you know. We found some time again is that if we use systems like Jarvis and we have a full-fledged accounting team that's dedicated to providing information. We as providers are just making a lot better decisions. You always. Talk about the importance of finding mentors How did you find your early mentors? who were your early mentors? You get Nova and what? Two thousand four, two, thousand, four, two, thousand, sixteen years ago. So how how did you set out on a journey to find mentors to learn this business? As you know faster than learning everything the hard way yourself why our cells students you know or or graduate that is really quite simple I mean you just I think Dennis in general, there's just a fraternity amongst us where we tell each other the truth went went while at least when you're one on one, maybe not an online form when. When you call in my adviser simply. If you look at someone and say, Hey, you know. would be really happy if in five years, ten years, twenty years I was doing with this guy was doing I'm really really blatantly asked them. If they would teach you look the way do that and you can make modifications along the way me personally. My My. Mentor was Dr out here in Texas Gartrell, Jerry Solomon. He was kind of one of the first. Guys during the monarch. Dental type. Growth in the space I'm ed something like seventeen practices and he was spending most of his time mentoring doctors as opposed to. Working Chair side for five days a week and I said, you know that would be nice end goal for me to have a handful of taxes where were I can work when I want to but ultimately be a good mentor and sewer to the profession, and obviously that kind of snowballed into what it is today where we're doctors appreciated our model dodged appreciate the Tommy but I think that was a big influence in my career. Early on was you know having a goal seeing you know yourself in in your mentors position years from where you are today in really just asking them to take you along for the ride I. Don't I I don't see very many Doctors Turning. Mantilla's down I. think that we're happy to help I personally do that often because I think that you know the profession has given us so much in need to continue directorate. Yup, good old Berry J Solomon Dias and Houston Texas He's a great guy and that's so cool that he has a mentor. Here, he's a townie and He always if I'm ever off on my column he always Lets me know loved that guy. Tom I said hi next is he still practicing? What's he doing I'm GonNa talk a little bit but. He was retired out of San Antonio. while. He was one of my first jobs school so I went to. Want you to? Tell me about this because to me everybody who comes out of dentistry and whether they set up, their goal is just one dental office or ten or whatever their goals are. It's always they're always able to attract a great executive team at least one other person. I. Mean. If you're a dentist you graduate and you're all that and a bag of chips. That's great. But you gotTa have an office manager a high genesis How How would you describe the journey of finding a great executive team I? Mean obviously, we got a couple of hundred off says you got a great executive team but how how much of all this was because you're you're just born greater than a bag of pretzels how much was it that you were able to find and attract and develop an executive team who's been there with you since day one It's extremely difficult and I truly give all the credit to my team I. Mean I always joke that my biggest preparation to to beat the CEO and founder was simply that I was a social chair of my dental fraternity right I just got along with Dennis. I have no formal business training but I realized early on surrounding myself with people that do is extremely powerful and letting them giving the latitude to make decisions now. We've made a ton of bad decisions just like every other business start up but at the same time giving great individuals, the latitude to make decisions has been a godsend for US I've curated team over the last sixteen years we've been very blessed and being able to attract great talent something that actually is more difficult for. A single provider I mean. Just just based on the fact that we can't afford those type of individuals as a sole proprietor, and yes, there's consultants etc to bridge the gap. But when an executives opera performs at that level, it's hard to beat. So we've had I've had a very stable team for many years. Now, the most difficult part I will say of scaling businesses is is acquiring the right talent. I think once I have the model once people understand the program you need people to go out there and execute on it that represent you and your vision and I think that if you spend. Most your time making sure that those surrogate. Representations of yourself You'll save yourself a lot a headache. and. So you know it's it's just a grind trial and error in that once you find that person, you know make sure you treat them right it'll take for granted sure they feel that they are making the decisions of our the t you. My job as CEO more along the lines. Let's taking care of ward that's making sure. That my team is getting what they want and make sure they're happy. So they continued to grow this organization with me and I think that's the right approach whether it's an actress or in a larger setting. Tell me this juror faults because the one thing I've noticed is the greatest CEOS. Would rather have bad information then good. I mean if if I'm paying a bunch of people, they all tell me every day how great I am I mean I, I called up the Saddam Hussein Syndrome because if anybody told Saddam anything, he didn't WanNa hear he just kill them. So of course, his generals telling them the night before the big war that they he was GonNa win and you see these dentists will they'll have a staff meeting for an hour and they just lecture for an hour like they're at the local study club and if you disagree with them they they get mad angry. I think the reason I've been able to keep so many people I mean like Lori I mean I could imagine this outlawry and Stacey and Marcy and Ken and dawn and Brandy and Jamie I mean, these are all people Tom Jet Colby you know Howard saying these are have been with me for decades and they can always tell me the worst damn news and because that's where you need to be and so many dentists if they do a stab me said okay. I. Remember I'll give you an example. I remember when Sarah came out and I'm so damn old we're talking Sarah One I bought this Iraq, which is actually I. Think I think I. could make better temporaries with acrylic than the Sarah one but you know as Intel made chips bigger Sarah to was better three than eventually it was You know it just was it was amazing but I remember I I'm telling myself that I was going to buy this Eric One and the price of it and Oh my God they just let it go you or such a Hick from Wichita? Kansas? Are Bathroom looks the the bathroom Walmart looks better than our bathroom and this thing is seven years old and we need to take that money and remodel and Blah Blah Blah. Blah Blah, and then I realized that the end of the meeting that the only way I was going to get my Syriac. I. Had to pay for a remodel and a setback and because the obscene was I couldn't sit there and say, well, I'm right and you're always wrong. That's not how you keep people for Twenty thirty years you know you need to be bad information. or how how do you handle the bad news coming from people you're paying on your executive team Yeah I mean that's extremely extremely important. What you just sat and I think it's relevant. Once again, the visitors for me less than I I have a two hour meeting on Monday and it's all hands on deck and that we we we talk about the current state, a lot of decisions to be made but I tend to manage through more of a democracy them. Probably a lot of CEO's I listen to the the pros and cons and when I. Make a decision I don't just make it I explained to them why I explain to them why there's some difficult decisions that may not be so obvious that there is a good example. There was A. Practitioner you're in north. Dallas was doing four and a half million dollars in revenue all fee for service never twenty five years steward of the community by any measure, this would be a great practice, the Barner threat great practice for yourself army petitioner whatever may be I. Actually went to dinner with these doctor came back the next day, which happened to be we Monday and I told my team was. warned we're not gonNA put an offer on this practice. There they. They questioned me. You're crazy. You know that's a great practice has been the for twenty years is very low risk. He staying on, you know we should be paying off for this practice. And I told them I said you know all know was when I was time in private practice. If I was booked out when I was booked out four or five months. GonNa get another soul in my chair and a patient came in and the patient present themselves and the twenty thousand dollars case and I was ready and prepared to do it but I realized. The patient was a little bit of a prick. A hard difficult Beijing I had the luxury of saying I'm not the right provider. I'm not the right one for you. Maybe there's someone else in having the intestinal fortitude to say that and and I feel the same theory applies soon a growing business like arts. I don't need to be the biggest I. Just want to be the best and I want to be surrounded by good people and I don't have time to be dealing with with drama and I think that's a good metaphor organization like I don't say no, we're not gonNA. Do it. You know take it or leave it I explained to them so that they can then when they're on their own a crowd proud them digging housing values to their subordinates right and I think that's A. Good strategy for anyone in a leadership position is not just to make a decision and take it as Gospel. But you know take the feedback on earned the respect by explaining your decisions even though they will follow you if you don't explain right and that's what I tell you. Don't ever take people's loyalties for granted even if they don't ask for inspiration, give them the explanation. So they know that you are thoughtful about it. So they know that there's reason behind it and then it doesn't turn into a dictatorship. So I think balance of our is huge I think you know making sure those checks and balances is huge. Make sure that the doctor out in the clinical level has the right to veto you in you of them I mean I think that's a very delicate balance, but that is when executed. And when executed properly is extremely powerful. And I. That's why Good, leaders were the sense of humidity's really succeed because they understand that they're constantly in a state of flux trying to make a good decision from a lot of data points. And you know when you look at world history I mean like when you talk about like a government system, I, mean there there's there's bed several thousand different types of government systems but the only thing I can mathematically see that's important is checks and. And transparency and if and if you go into a room and close the door and don't tell anybody you know you know Aska you know you know some something bad could happen as Poland. They didn't see the blitzkrieg common it wasn't transparent and with leaders That's when they started this country they broke up the king into the executive branch, the the Congressional Legislative Branch, the Judicial branch, and then there's all these other institutions from you know I mean there's so many government agencies you can't even count on but I always hold on a state in your own. Damn. Lane, you spend eight years to learn how to do a root canal and now you just Signed a ten year lease a building, and you didn't have a real estate attorney look at it and I've been out long enough to to show you what happened when some guys roof started leaking and he found out he had a triple net lease and he had to pay for the whole thing but he was part of ten thousand square foot building and all the other tenants were like Yoga. So they just closed up shop took their Matt and went down the street and he was left with the decision either you fix the whole ten thousand square foot rent or you move your damn dental office and you know so then just don't stay in their own lane. Politicians don't stand their own lane and you need to get an executive team that's transparent and. You stay in your lane, and once you're working with someone who's not transparent who's not telling you what they're doing. They're trying to make decisions that they know nothing about it's just a recipe for disaster. Hey, I know you're busier than a one arm dentist and we went over the hour just quick couple quick follow questions My homies, WanNa know in Arizona I've been assis four times this week or you hiring in Arizona I I'm in Phoenix I got a at still midwestern and these these kids from the covert class at twenty twenty they're unemployed they're looking for jobs do you have a central job board or is? Is that go to each office and who would be like who's the kingpin mb to leader in Arizona who would be? So we've grown tremendously Arizona. Last year, we started zero and we're up to thirty plus locations now with ours every location and so I think it's difficult to keep him because it's it's thirty individual practice owners that have joined the COA. All help you out because the kingpin and dentistry. It's always the bald one. It's not the Guy Care Lakers like I'm looking at your hair it's so obvious to wig it's either a win or it's perfect. Which one is it? Is it a week? It's Not. It's not a week I'm keeping as long as I can. On. The leader in. I'm sorry who would be the MVP TO LEADER IN ARIZONA? Just. The way we work is we have our website. Dot Com people can get on there and I and we be to while triage applicants and say, okay, these are the thirty applicants that are interested in and Arizona we then give it to the thirty orders in Arizona and say Okay What are you guys hire for? What are your criteria they're able to Dan interviewed them individually. So we to is simply to rating and organizing bow ins we then. The individual owners, individual homeowners interviewing and make I don't. And so what's interesting model is that we can also get those applications missing. Okay. Well, I'm hoping to work somewhere else for a year and then going back. There in the system, they're able to work in other parts of the US that they may not have recently today knowing full. Well, they're going to return chairs on rich. So that more often than not happens opposite as we spoke about earlier, they may then eventually saying. Then, segue into conversation if everyone gets along. So. So, I'm on your website. Now if you're a dentist come Lasko, I, see the Abou- services blog why MB to video start to conversation? Where would he go to? Find that the jobs are well start the conversation I believe is where you can just put your information in it goes into our our. Doctrine group where then they can put it into the system and reach back out to us. Okay. What are your interest? What type of practice are you looking for What markets are you looking for? Okay very good and then, and last not least I wanted. I gotta fill is such a big county fell Zamorano out in. Connecticut. You said you're in twenty six states Alaska Connecticut is that what you said our seventeen states from Alaska to Connecticut to Florida. Were geographically agnostic. We really just support the doctors Dr Out of North Dakota called us and we liked them and they could use our support. Our values and with she tough tell Phil I got the big dog. I got Dr. v now doctors e tell tell fill that will go the then Z. but I love fills post he's always spot on just amazing guy but is there anything that you wanted to talk about that? I was too dumb to bring up her for God or no great job, and hopefully your listeners will have a clear understanding now. The difference between a so DP own private practice. You know I think one thing we always tell each other's do our homework writing and for me apart of that is talking as made dentist as possible. So people was asked me whether they're arguing with selling their practice or joining a private practice like how do you diligence Opportunity Nas- the same out say call the doctor are a doctor that's their doctor that was their acid butter experience. I think that's great advice. No matter how you get. So I'm for your listeners. Out offer any of our doctors up as. As a data point in your decision making and obviously this makes sense to you interests you feel free to reach out to us. Yeah and tell. So, is Daniel. Blair's he the. Of. Charge of Arizona. Not, once again, if they're all different, they're all different. But Yeah I, I I'd like to I'd like to podcasts an MBA too. If you can think of a good embiid to Dennis he's not afraid I. Know a lot of people are I know public speaking? Biggest fear everybody says it's the biggest fear but I've never been to a funeral and someone said, well, I'd rather be dead than public speaking. So we're glad GRANDPA's and a casket but yeah, if you got a if you've got someone who. Is, not, afraid of public speaking. An MB to Denison Arizona, loved to talk more because like say these these are big forces and dentistry Arizona's number one. It's eighteen point six percent of all the Dennis or working for a DSO and and these hard times. You know. Like? I say I love because when I got out of school. The only people that would have a higher dentistry at school, the Army Navy, Airforce Marines public, health Indian public, health service, and if it wasn't for especially Mike seemed like the navy was the biggest employer of new kids will they out of school and the the only people? The only people hiring new Dennis are the DSO's because they're already backup to pre pandemic levels because it's operations and logistics it's having a plan it's it's execution and So thanks for all you do for dentistry and It was a just an honor to podcast you Chris thanks so much for coming on the show. Much.

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Get it on got ticketed on a kid again on mandate kit it on thanks for listening and thanks for hitting that little share button on your phone. And spreading the good news. We love that about you. Good day, Gina geographic. Run pay man sup Larry Miller in the studio. That it's polite applause. Trying to narrow down the hypothetical road trip game to play with Larry Miller game at them out. No sorry. Sorry. Let's start with that. Right. Yes. I call it a religious pilgrimage. Yes. It's not a game. I think you know, what? Sure religious pilgrimage. There was a time in a few months when I was going to ask to be called your grace the show. Yeah. Well, we're going to you. You may reclaim that mantle where had sip. I hadn't embarrassment of riches had guy who walks woman who Braise we've been narrowed it down a little bit some of the better stuff. Blinks twice. Yeah. I've tried to wall. Guy with oily tease zone over moisturizes. Yes, we should picks over the projected ones for fun. But we won't we won't do that. But as I've said to Mike August if you times remember, I'm a comedian and not a family member. And so the stuff must reach a certain level. Otherwise, it probably will be rejected. So we've we've sifted through the the nominees we found some really strong stuff for you. And the pilgrimage shall begin. Surely, I I want to say thanks to our sponsors for this. Half of the show best egg dot com slash Adam madman dot com around crawl and Castrol edge. Titanium strong maximum engine performance. I was we're getting into it yesterday with the rob Schneider, and and Larry Miller's been part of many great movies and also moments ago. I was in here doing a taken e with Irwin Winkler, who's the producer? He's the guy behind Rockies the guy behind creed. He's the guy behind goodfellas. He's the guy. How old is your link layer? He's eighty seven he's going strong every movie you've ever heard of that you've loved he he was there for he's telling me stories of young Silvester Stallone coming into his office and saying. You know, him saying you're not right for this role and him going Salone going while I write is well, a writer and him going. Okay. Let me see what you got. And he sends a script. Not rocky something else and Irwin is Danny live. Again, my office. Or what is like, okay. I could see guys got got writing chops. And then later on he throws he had some with rocky. And then Irwin is like I like this script and. He's like, and then Stallone says don't pay me, you don't need to my. But I wanna starring that's as legend has it. That's the star. But now the guy was sitting in the office tell tell me the story. So he saying don't don't pay me. I want to be a part of this. And he says, okay. And then later on Irwin takes it to, you know, Warner Brothers or whatever FOX or whatever the company was and they love the script. And now they wanna make it. And of course, they don't want Stallone to star in it. So they they go we'll give him two hundred and fifty grand for the script. This is nineteen seventy-five tough to walk away from buy the biggest house and insane. Oh for two hundred and fifty grand in nineteen seventy five. I I'm not kidding. You could buy three medium sized valley houses in one thousand nine hundred that that house I lived in my dad paid like thirteen thousand dollars for nineteen seventy pile. Crap. But my friends who had nice houses, we're living in seventy thousand dollar houses. This is Stallone's live in an apartment he's over two hundred and fifty grand when a brand new corvette is nine grand. He's he's over two hundred fifty grand. And he says now I'm starring in this. I take no money. That was our that was our deal on self. Yes. Yes. He did. So I'm looking at list of movies are partial list movies produced in Winkler astounding. He's been nominated for best picture as a producer three times raging bull goodfellas and the right stuff. But that's just the iceberg telling a story another story. It's all I wasn't even planning talking about this. But it's all kind of rushing my head because talked them forty five minutes ago. Explaining to me that when he was working on a gangster movie the gang that couldn't shoot straight, which I confused embarrassingly for the apple dumpling gang, which is Dan nuts. Disney movie, which probably came out the same year. He's telling me gang and the title that they had God find out what years about those movies came out. But rocky ridge in the right stuff, seventy one and seventy five seventy seventy one wench down this way, seventy one which was seventy one some of the gang straight. Okay. So anyway. I'll tell you about another movie from nineteen seventy five second. I was thinking about when I got home. But anyway, now Irwin is telling me about this. And he's explaining that he gets out Pacino for the gang that couldn't shoot straight. And they're going into rehearsals, they're pitching. I guess it was a huge star was just about to be a huge star pitching the pitching Coppola to direct the gang that couldn't shoot straight and Irwin doesn't want him because he's made a couple of films. He's made like a musical and another film, but he's not made the godfather, he's not made a gangster film. It's pre-. Godfather. He's done a couple of films. I think one a musical one or whatever and Irwin doesn't like those films that much because you know, no to my gangster film my mob. Phil right about Pacino in rehearsal. Goes, you know, what I'm not going to do this film Copland doing a film called the godfather? And I'm going to go do that with him and her like, it's your poison, you know, bed have fun and that name again. So that that's how that turned out. Look it's impossible that you don't have eighty of those short. Stories in your career. This is what you do. Also like when the movie the right stuff came out. He would go. He liked to go by the feeder on a Friday night to see how the lines were doing, you know, out to Westwood Hollywood as century city. What have you and he went to the one in Hollywood? And there was no line out front, and he was like, they're probably such a big line that the guy who owns the theater like a main early and turns out, no lines. Nobody went nobody cared. It ended up being real critical success in baba later. But it didn't it came out at flop one of his favorite. That's like one of his favorite movies instead of total flop thought theater. It's hope to get to in our careers where we can look back on our failures and laugh didn't work because it all came. Almost because of the successes ADL air this Monday. If you guys want to subscribe, check, it out also the record four best picture nomination producer named named just rattle off his rocky, right stuff, goodfellas and art, but just as I'm db in general, I'll give you a minute. So he said creed creed to he's so he's still going. Oh, I got I had this conversation with him. So he's eighty seven years old. So I sort of made the mistake going so you like semi retired. Are you getting that, you know? And he's like, I've got a movie coming out and November called the Irishman and berry intimated, and he's like, and it's got deniro. It's got chino peci and tell and catch has got them all on Netflix is a big big being theaters net flex Cornyn ham, but it can be Oscar down. So it's coming out right in the middle ask she's in and some I've been seen a lot movies, and I've been seen it and like cartoon stupid movies like comic book movies, but the aging thing we're going to have them at twenty five we're gonna have at forty we're going to ham. It sixty we have the same actors all the way through you know, thirty forty years span. In the movie, and I was like, oh, it's guys knee-deep in it right now. I mean, he's eighty seven years old. And he's looking forward to November. My dad is looking for my dad's eighty seven November nineteen sixty six. Had all his half. He's looking forward. He can't wait until November. When this thing drops, he loves it. I said, look let me paint an analogy for you. And you tell me I said done have you seen it? He's like, yes, I've seen it. It's done. They're still some CGI aging stuff to work on. I said, okay. Well, let's let's let me make this statement. Tell me if you think it's fair, I'm sort of a car expert. I know a lot about cars. So if I went out and looked at a car, I saw the car I kick some tires pop the hood, I sat in the car, and then I came back. And I said this is a good car. You wouldn't need to go. Why haven't seen it more? I want to sit in it or anything you just go. I just said it was a good car. I'm a car expert built a lot of cars. I've driven a lot of cars. And then you would take that. You would listen I said you have done a raging bull. You have done goodfellas. You have done all. All all of these movies. Where's the Irishman rank? And he's like, it's good. It's right there. It's right there like, wow, I believe it me too. So eighty seven years old, and that's what he does. He just keeps. Doing bless lucky. Yep. We should all be so lucky now seven now dad was. A criminal defense lawyer, and he had a group again, not gang the way, we think of it now, but gang like from the fifties and sixties where they they wear lighter colored, suits, black shirts and tie. They stood around singing around like burning. Take it back. They called the boss, boss. That's how that's how old fashioned they were. And they had these, you know, they were they had these voices like hurry balls. And they that's what he called them the gang that couldn't shoot straight really because they never killed anyone number one. And they were known for that they tried guide to try. They tried to you know, what they had. They got the inside information on a truckload of platinum that was being moved, and that's a lot of money, and they invested eighty thousand dollars of their own money in phony trucks with decals and uniforms, and they were Hearst and practice everything that they've never done before. And they did it. They pulled it off perfectly. But it turns out it wasn't a truckload of platinum. It was a truckload of nickel which. Was worth just less than what they bent into it to steal it in the red. Just couldn't miss all. They had was the right into the sunset. My brother. I thought it was your brother. Oh shut up. You're not an idiot. I'm he's the idiot. And that's the way they were riding into the sunset never killed anyone. But never made anything literally didn't make nickel on on the movie front on the theme of movies, and we'll get into the hypothetical road trip. I also have rejected hypothetical road trip. Oh, offering. These are the mundane ordinary people you might want to drive cross with pleasant your me chick. I'll give you. I'll take just one of the rich type Larry there is literally no winner in this one girl who really enjoys coffee Schick who practices calligraphy. Probably not but see here by things. I don't know who that person is. Although I tend to like her she's. Why not? Killing originally had it as chick who is passionate about calligraphy does that change it because practices, by the way? All right. This is anything. That's the mandolin. It's good. It's good. That somebody's a little bit folk. I I have a daughter I hope she practices calligraphy good off less even I'm saying. All right. If you say the neighbor in your apartment, building the guy would make all the horrible noises guy. Do you wish that guy practice calligraphy instead of bugs, that'd be nice? Okay. Off the list. All right, by the way, just for information sake. There aren't two people in the studio. Who know what the word calligraphy means true? True. Also now, then there's another one, which is guy who puts mustard on his eggs. And I said is that a thing and they said, no. And I said well random is votes. Gotta be it's gotta be thing. It can't just be. You can't make up weird stuff. Yes. I wouldn't like the guy who puts mustard on sakes. But all the ones we overuse is as I said guy pulls ponytail through hole in the back of the cap at the thing, you'll have to see it. Yes. This puppy monkey baby. Remember? It's so funny. It's a weird sound. Muster the axe puppies hunky, baby. For next time. All right. We'll do more real ones actual more hypotheticals real world hypotheticals and then rejected hypotheticals as well. So I was we're in here with rob Schneider. And we're talking about all these movies from our past. And I always remember seeing Aloha Bobby and rose, which is the world's worst things we would endure. So here's. Here's the thing. And I had another thought which is when my son's twelve when I was eleven or twelve I saw Aloha Bobby and rose because the plan was when we were young I believe even the young Gina will agree with this. They had came deed cigarettes because you saw adult smoke cigarettes, and you wanted to be an adult and so how sugar. So the whole plan with me when I was eleven is. I wanted to see a movie that was made for dolts because that was the goal. The goal was to get pulled up. Now, it's all captain, this and ventures and all this now, the adults watch I go with a twelve year old to watch a movie that's made for nine year old. That's that's the new world order, but it used to be I was watching peppy on movies like that when I was ten years old because the plane was I see the movie my kids, the entire universe has been bent around them. Their thing is I don't see an adult moving adult. A kids movie is served up in front of me. And when you go to a steakhouse, we play kids music, and we'd go to the mall. We played Katy Perry. It's like the world must transform for me. If I was a kid, and you went to a steakhouse, you just sit there and watch guys sportcoats drink scotch. And that's what you did. You didn't go. Over to the TV set and go, I don't know if you guys are watching this bowling, but put it on Niccolo Deon. No, we're watching bowling, we're smoking or blowing it your face. If you went a little nip off, the Cutty Sark, I won't tell mommy because that's the world. And there was a big deal for you like a little nip office, Cutty, Sark, whatever. Now, the world has come to them. So I was what? So my son and daughter sees zero movies that are made for us in the theater because when I have to the world or made for them, there's a long queue things for them to see. I watched Aloha Bobby and rose when I was my son's age as actually eleven ten or eleven when I saw at the theater also because it was at the theater, you're going to the theater theaters got air conditioning. So how could it be? So I then went back last night. And I pulled up the trailer just to watch it on my computer, just to go. What was I missing something? And I thought I gotta share. Are you guys this trailer and think I just want you to picture my son's face sitting through two hours? Okay. It didn't even have a plot. Like, I didn't know what it was. It was also by the way. When you could go in and pitch movie, and they'd go. What's the movie about and he'd go? The guy drives a souped up dodge charger, and you go, okay. What's the movie or could be a Camaro? I just told you. I believe mentioned whether the plot points, he hauls ass in this car, man. He thinks got there's no got a Hammy. It's got a hamming code a big block twenty seven the movie snakes on a plane. Must have been the quickest pitch meeting in history. Right. What's about well, snakes on a plane right story of the movie what happens on the plane, who's the adversary? The third Bill and every seventies movie was a car and also was cool. This guy done a burnt out car. All right. Sorry. Well, played for you. See if you can listen thank. From American Griffey is the song. He's got a sixty eight Camaro. Striving around. Now running for the cop. Hold move. Identical. Jota? Of eleven I've no idea what's going on. Guyana is rose. She's got to travel. It sounds. Saturday night. They became lovers. In Hollywood, USA home. Bobby and grows to California kids with a fantasy of paradise. Okay. Drive there. Body and rose. A new kind of love story. In the world of top forty. Zero to sixty. Sell down to funny car the music of some of the most important performers of our times, two young lovers who become putative in the world that moves to fast. With this. Had a kid. I mean, I can't walk out on him. Aloha swim out and. Get CPI window a horse. Been Aloha, Bobby Andrews. Worst trailer. Evers this is this is look. Rockies coming to the theater next month, and the godfathers we've had a bunch of real movies come out. It's not like, well, you know, the vaudevillian days, and you know, they everyone's in black phase of different. This is the seventy let's sensical. They have editing equipment this. This major release this raider movie when people you for serve you can't clear Elton John songs unless you belong Johnson's. What was that? I feel like we just watched the whole movie, and I still don't know what's going on those a long trail who wack that trailer together. Picture him going. Oh, are they hash Browns or they caught it tries. Bobby rose. Eating it diner. So hashbrowns that'd be great. But the kind of cube. Oh, the grill shot, Bobby Andhra. What what is like walking around on the sense? It was horrible vicious victim show that trailer to prisoners who would yell. Stop kissing now. No, it was that bad a trailer. The worst I've ever seen in my life. I paid money, and I sat in a movie theater and watch. Well, also, I don't know how to remedy this. And I may be the only guy I'm bugged by many automotive things in the filmmaking world, really, but. When they do a move. Like, here's the deal. You drive that Camaro go through the intersection pulling the break. Do a doughnut whip it around and shoot out the other direction. It's never one and done a multiple take thing. Nobody ever nails that move. And if they do they do it, again, we'll move the cameras around the other side, but it leaves the burn Mark of the exact same shape of the thing to do. So as you're driving into it for the one they used in the movie, you see what the guy did moments earlier when they had closed off and terrible of art. And they were practising or they're doing a couple of warm-up shoots. You're the only other. That would have noticed the coffee Cup on the game of thrones. That if you show that scene max pad or at the beginning when he does the doughnut and the burn out you will see these approaching the intersection there's a skid marks of the Donut going through it. Previous means either this is a movie or or. Other hot rod in the valley. Who's equally skilled issue you behind the wheel, thus less impressive. Probably the answer. It's been done before at the centers, actually recently. He's literally falling in his steel belted footsteps. I think we can all agree that the trailer ends when they say, it's his this guy. He's got a sixty eight Camaro. That's the end of the trailer right there. I'll see that. I go big on the screen max about them. We'll see if we can stare at the ground of the intersection if you don't see that same shit. Takes off cops brake job acting. However, the white. Yeah. Time. So this is what ruined the film for me, nineteen seventy five it was very joyful. Yes. All right hypothetical road trip to get into two guys went here. Few more losers. Wow war. Guy who can't finish full song on radio before changing it or full song without changing it. But I said well that guy doesn't like this song. But when he finds a song he does like he would listen to his son. I would be the same guy. But if I've ran into John Hiatt song of it sitting in here, the whole thing or Rackemann or. Dancer. Yeah. I don't know. I get it. This guy's knowing. But I don't know that he exists. You know what I'm saying? Don't you think he finds the song? He likes dealing made the point that usually when you pitch jokes the ones that aren't funny don't get airtime. Now write that down. Yeah. Waiter whose ask you. If you've eaten here before. Now, my feeling is that's kind of staff every waiter are a lot of waiters or someone that come up in the car. I don't know how translates into a guy you don't want to travel with. I said up. I if I'm not in Noida if somebody asked me if I've eaten here before. But Secondly, I assuming the establishment says ask you one, and then you tell them so that's just a guy who's carrying over negative negative trait. Well, whether it's woman who practices calligraphy or this guy his guy coming to your party. Yeah. He's a waiter. Okay. He worked at a restaurant where they ask people. They've been here before. Worse. You have strong thoughts about other lights. He's a good worker is what I what I think of that. All right. I would have strong thoughts. If the waiter in describing the food mentioned sundried tomatoes. There was a time when. Sandra people who've me nuts. It was like you were literally. There was a time. It was February nineteen eighty six where you'd order some rose as wine some some pink blush. Whites in order some whites in and the waiter would take sundried tomatoes in great them over the white says that that was February nineteen eighty six it was like white and sun dried tomatoes, peaked and other everywhere like all the time. I really a bad thing on the pizza, by the way. We're always on our and sweet sounds the sun the waiter and that will order. All right. I'm gonna play a game. There's one of these that was Dawson's offering. I'll let's see we got mustard on eggs. Guy who choose straw. I was like, well, it's his strong care guy who brought hard boiled eggs as a snack, which it smelled. I'm that guy. I don't in the car. I don't like it in. Well, I'm assuming here's what it is. You can't this person can't be doing this in the car constantly. It's the guy you don't wanna travel with. But it it's the whole key is the guy who's wearing all the turquoise jewelry is an indicator of his lifestyle. It's not that I'm gonna get in a car, and I'm going to get cut on the turquoise. It's like I don't want to travel with that guy minus him traveling with the choice. Right. So the hardboiled egg. I agree. It's not not wasn't good in the car. But it doesn't I eat hard boiled eggs, and I don't have a beef with myself or what if what if they put mustard oil. You're on a cell phone. The good news is if we combined all the scores, we almost get to a nine, but the band is thirteen of them. All right. But there is a Dawson offering here, and I'll give you choice guy who just saw the avengers or guy who watches game of thrones. I just went southern ventures by son last weekend. Okay. It's a air b which ones Dawson's that bitch on the twenty three and me commercial who's related to George Washington. Dawson, also about it back the other one in the land of blind that one I made this came. What about the chicken practices calligraphy? You're right. But we're weighing. We're splitting hairs here. Feels very Dawson. All right. Larry went away in. No. I think I kind of agree with gene in the second you go. Oh, well, let Dawson know. She says she's related to George Washington. You know, what that's the first time. I've said I don't care where she sleeps it. How even Brian? You guys are right? That bitch where the other half of that one. Now getting the full one versus paired them versus the guy who claims he's Charles Manson son and his trying to get the remains of his body. That guy. No wrong answer. Here's a guy. You wouldn't want to travel guy who just finished Ken burns doc series on baseball and needs to talk about it. Excellent documentary. Larry Miller's go talk. Air time. But don't worry. I. Start doing my bass. And then we've we've salvage a few. So we got that work for us. All right. Anybody looking cysts they related to someone from history. Like did you but descendant of blah, blah. That's a good that someone don't wanna don't wanna ride with the. Yeah. Bitch. Jeep bring up our George Washington must be the delight. Well, here's what here's what it is to me. It's like the people where they go, you know, one twenty eight Cherokee. That's right. Get my to NASA. And it's like you live in and your mom's food time. And it's in the kitchen. So you could be closer to the fridge. Like, what what do you mean, you get you tonight trial? Whatever you adopt that that trait of the famous person. But also, whatever it is. I'm looking at talking at an valuating, whether you're distant relate, sir. Walter Raleigh was a distant cousin. It's just sort of makes your current situation. Sad. Like, I don't know that contract moving the needle. I was once in a movie within the store the movie at to it was because I don't want to embarrass him. But we he and I went to one of the local bars one night, we had a few drinks. And he said to me at one point. I'm one sixteenth American Indian. And that's where I get my fierceness in my anger, and I said. Happen to you. What's that? You actually had this happen to you this exact scenario, quote, unquote. But I said to him you, and I may never drink together. Again. I can't deal with your one sixteenth arapahoe. Yes. And this is where you get your anger. You know, you almost hold your finger up and say check, please. Yeah. Jack. How about the fifteen sixteen honky keep the one sixteenth percent in line? How about that? What pretty good at that? Right. I've ever rates here's three of controlling you. Yeah. All right now, it's six it's fifteen to one. I think this is pretty doable. All right. Let me tell you about madman. Then we'll go right into the hypothetical road trip. Did you know that top reason people are using canvas nowadays for health and wellness? It's true mother's day. 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Ryan shotgun tap, Kat center from Santa Monica Pierre woman from pit bulls and parolees. These shows were like, they're all tattered up. And they're all like I've seen commercials for the rescue. Pit bulls like the pairing with parole you raise the kid rehabilitate jar also all right or old woman from British baking show. Well, every end of the spectrum. I would this by the way, this is like so many. It's it's an easy one. Okay. I can tell you right off the bat. I would never ride with the old woman from British baking show. I I would have to strangle her by the time we hit Arizona. And I I don't wanna I don't wanna meet. I don't wanna see enough to say, no, there's just a layer of pastry. And here it is around your neck. That's that's it. So it would always always be the tattooed woman from pit bulls and parolees at least I could say to look, I don't wanna see it. But where else at the tattoos? Great answer. Terrific confident answer some point when you're leaving Arizona. She's got her comfort level. She's probably brought a couple those travelers. He'll schnapps peppermint schnapps traveler, she's nipping on that. It's a in the night. Not sure what time it is. And she says rescue pit bulls. And then she pauses, and she said says, I wish someone could have rescued me from my stepfather earnest. And now, you're like boy here WinCo are. Now, we get to the bottom of tattoos and the rescue and the parole. Crazy molestation story stars. And what you can't jump out of the car. It's so rude to turn up the radio when someone's telling a story of molestation. Their metoo movement. You're turning up the radio, you can't you just drive through the night. You have to listen he just have to list. Good point. But by the time, we hit crossing a bridge. I could just kick her out the passenger door. All right. This is a tough one still victory. Elissa milano. Or a oh, see and Eliza Milano is going to be recording her podcast the entire time. Twist AO see is going to be doing selfie videos where she's holding it up. Like, I saw one live streaming live. She didn't know what a should know. What insinkerator was? I think she didn't know what a garbage disposal was the last one. I saw it was weird. I don't care. But she didn't know what it was. He was talking to it. I don't like, hey, can we get the bar up higher than I've decided to make tacos tonight? So I'm gonna fill my shelf taking a pudding, seasoning and ground beef. Like, okay. Let's have it. Get to somewhere near interesting at least do it naked down or to cannonball off your roof into an above ground pool. And have the whole thing burst overnight. Let's have something on there. I'm in my kitchen Hon, do you wanna beer note? Thanks. He doesn't wanna beer we're rolling. Like, I get it. We recognize you. But nobody is that if if Mark Twain wanted to stay in his kitchen and make eggs, I wouldn't guy, but which we were filming go, he's making eggs, let him write something. And then we'll read it. You know, remember the worst commercial the Super Bowl this year? Andy Warhol eating a hamburger. These are worthy competitors. No. They're not. I stay corrected. I would drive forever across the country back and forth. Hold on max, Pat if you can find AFC inner yards disposal. I'd be very curious about that. See, and we might even have a little clip Elissa Milano explaining how. How about Trump was chasing women around the pitch for? Let's see. I am told this is a garbage disposal. I've never seen a garbage disposal. I never had one in any place. I've ever lived. It is terrifying. I don't know what four for its purposes pandering like food scraps. Like is this environmentally sound? I don't know. I don't like that put her in charge of the solar and the windmill because she's on the leading edge of technology, by the way, Jeannette delve on genus bitch Dar's going gum fucking like that hitting the red. She doesn't she's not bind. This is somebody by by all just from what I know about or somebody. I I would root for young and passionate and energetic and wants to make some changes. That's guess what people that to make changes throughout history. And everybody hates them at the time. So I would love for her to do something. Good and be successful. And that's great. This is bullshit. Pandering. And I when you say stupider liar liar, and that's not right either. Does not know what this is. And she's to figure it out or she's doesn't want to just do the simple. Google's in cigarette. What is that? It's not that. It's she's saying I was never fortunate enough and had enough money to live in a place with a garbage disposal in the sink. I'm just like you. And I don't like that. I don't wanna be a one up, but I lived in a shit box that wasn't demolished some years ago that was eight hundred fifty square feet with no heat and no air. No hope and we had a garbage disposal. So that can't be your bar. You can't be your measure your unit of measurement for poor people because we were poor and we had a garbage disposal because everyone had a garbage disposal. Like you had a water heaters. Like, it was just an appliance that was in your house poor people at water heaters and rich. We've what I've lived in plenty of places without garbage disposal. But I still know what one is or or or dishwasher, you know, walk into someone's what is the dishwasher, and I know what a dishwasher, or if you rent like, you don't every time you walk by. So this house and the sprinklers. Go off what is the or Serena like it? Yeah. And also we were talking about this yesterday a competition to prove who was poor. And who is for that? It is. This nation police stop going. I know look, it's all. Woke units the more woke units. I can get the better chance I'm going to have. So I'm a woman. Okay. Here's to walk units. I'm hispanic. Here's a couple of woke units. I was a victim of of incest or molestation rape. Okay. Here's a couple of woke units. I was poor. Here's a couple of woke in. We'll give you more how how poor I don't know. What a governor's. Okay. Here's here's a four for you. More woke units now. I've Range Rover. Ooh. Some of those. All right. So you don't believe it. You know, how how could one believe that? Well, here's maybe she never had one. Geno fi garbage disposal. I would believe that what first off if you can identify Gars. You're you may be the richest person on the planet. Donald Trump has ever worked on he thinks Jimmy handle vodka. Kinda dare it with avocado husk. No. What the point of this thing? I I wrote it on a posted. I stuck into the marble back splash and yet. Here we go. No spaghetti. No, ex- shells. No have to say that. God damn weird. Allen ranch thing came with thing. I taped it to the side of it when I'm stalled it. Now, it's called fucking drawer with all the tape measures four one screwdriver like he'd ever seen one. Either changed worked on and many many Gartrell. Now, his can't be a rich, man. Poor man because even poor people have seen you are. Right. And so the thing that a little disingenuous is she may not have had winner house. That's fine. That's that. I who could ever say that's untrue, though. It's possibly untrue. But the part where she says, I don't know what this is is her trying to get some woke units from you because she had friends. She lived in a society. She certainly went to somebody's apartment at some point. They flipped it on and said made a noise and she went what's that? Also if you're playing. So ABC's Twenty-nine plan and drilling down. But she's young and her job is I got absorb information. What's going on in the Middle East? What's going on in Palestine what's going on? But and then I have to go on the Sunday morning talk shows, but on twenty nine from Brooklyn Jenny from the block, or whatever, I don't know all this do it. And then she goes onto the talk show, and she goes the six day war nineteen sixty seven the jiffy armed the Israelis with F eighteens. And and it's like, oh where oh she went. She button boned up on something. So she wouldn't look dumb on these shows which could plan utterly fine. You could do that with guards suppose, I do believe in the time it took to make video right? But there's something that there's something that she seems like she's trying to be precious about it. And I I don't appreciate it. Well, it's because she's trying to get you to feel away about something which you should feel that way about her policies your name. But it's not about the stop with the upbringings with the where you came from. Okay. So harry. Rosal insinkerator. All right. Listen milano. But see see? Larry's a man of great passion as well. And so there's going to be an aesthetic that works. Beautiful. Oh, wait. We have a list of weeping for daughter. She'll be doing this podcast while you travel. I would rather put an ear buds at just played the sound of garbage disposal with glass going for it. But I'll play a little. These are women who are targeted precisely because they are vulnerable women whose abusers count on their silence. I thought it was time. We heard those stories too. So on that Sunday, I got into bed with my kids. I watched my daughter sleep and I wept for her. Also, the third gate and our triple gated community was on the Fritz and her duvet cover covers actually well, her backup to cover. It was fine. But her main one was in the was in the laundry. So it was a rough night. She wept. I. As much as much fun as this one is. I think I don't know. We'll see. But I think that face of hers, right? There is going to be the way she looks exactly as every word comes out on that cross country trip. Justice vow math open angry and stupid is. And you know, what I couldn't take that? I like to say to her. Well, let's put it should do. I wish you look. Okay. All right. Sure. Wish you great success vine. But no not in my car, and not course country, not even a really small country. And plus I have always will just loved listen Milano. I mean, every part she's just gorgeous could actress, and you know, what I could say to her during the stories, and then I wept. Okay. Okay. Okay. You know what? Hey, let's stop for. Burger. That's a great. That's a great answer. Larry, I look obviously there are no winners in this equation. It's purely the feminine allure a OC is twenty nine thirty Elissa is gonna be fifty and she's getting really close to fifty. So this is purely an aesthetic, and I just think you want the thirty year old Hoti rather than the fifth year old Hoti, and you know, your move where you're held in the wheel. And you do that move where you say to the gal riding shotgun. Hey, could you grab the Thomas guy? And she goes starts looking through the glovebox, and you go it's between my legs. You know that move wait a minute. Let me write that. Nineties move or the eighteen nineties, and then she goes how about ways and I go. How about? Now, I don't trust acknowledges. All right over to more. I just feel like we're not gonna you've stacked against me today. But I don't care. I think we should I think just an actor slot role. I'm sorry. I guess I could blame the questions. I don't do. Better luck. Next time you play the hypothetical road trip. I like this new thing of jokes pitched it and makes fun of. Yeah. Yeah. Favorite fair to people right jokes. Guy who breezed through nostril. Easy table mailman who delivers Parcells. I'd say I'm at my best when I'm verbally abusing employees. Right. I would disagree with that UP Corolla curl. All right. We have we have another clip of unprepared from what is that from? Sacramento yet. Would we have their fifteen fighter pilot up there? I'm was up there and go this is not you choosing a ball. But as you just talking about flying if eighteen pounds and what his call sign was call cya. He's an F eighteen pilot. You gotta listen to kill sign. Yeah. You know, I never asked you so speak into the mic, and we'll pull the balls, and what's your sign? What do we call? You. Well, turn that on sorry. It's called sinus. What it's lewd Greg gains. Lou gayness. You want to be named after a gay guy? Yeah. No. No you scare those guys in the mix. I got the aides coming for you. This is on your Cirak comb. Got an uncut Sidewinders coming for your tail. Rawda do man we're Bareback in. Crate Luke gayness ac-. Named after gay diver? I tell you the story of I'd love to know this fucking. So who else is in your squadron? Like, oh, well that guy we call him ham. He steamed after Dorothy Hamill. Pretty bad ass group here. Harvey milk was my wingman. Yeah. You wanna fly with live Liberace, man? We got him, Dorothy Hamill. We had Liberace over here again with game over here reflect pretty tight squad. In a million years ever, if you had one million gases to the guy's a handle has I mean like snowman or buzzard lurch? Anything anything Lou what was the story Lou? All right. So Lou for Lou gayness showed me a scar on his head. I believe max Pat that looked like it was about nine inches long whacked his head jumping into a swimming pool at I guess an earlier age and didn't end up going like, Charles, Krauthammer, hammer, girls Krauthammer. I think it was paralyzed that actually a lot of people have paralysed, but he cut his head open. And of course, famously la- gayness cut his head jumping off the ten meter platform cut and bleeding aids. And no it and he knew it. They didn't have guys working on him. And it's scary in a bizarre story. So his handle. Flying handle was Lou Lou gayness. Okay. Well, at least a reason is a story that makes seventy-one any of these things are cooked. It's impossible. It's impossible. I just thought he was gonna give me a name like deuce or something like that. That's cool. And then we'd go on he pulled the ball. But. I can't give you got the gayness. You gotta keep going by the way after the show. He came up to me. I mean, the guy is an American hero travel the world kids, everything he said that joining you onstage top five moment of his life. Boy, I got say going up in that f eighteen super hornet would be in crack my task thirty as well, so paint it. Yeah. We can work something out. All right. Let's see. Castrol edge. That's what I wanted to say. 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You want to check out the website and also got some standup dates, well, I know you're going to Hawaii with the Bill Maher Silverman. Yeah. Day Hawaiian bash that sounds amazing. Bill Maher back on ask if I can hang with him in Hawaiian that'd be great should be. Yes. Feelings about it. Baby. Celebrities. Right. And Tony price whose Goldstar activists. We'll talk to him in the seconds got a book. We'll talk about him Ryan motorcycle around country star families and all that. Oh, you Larry should say. Hi to Tony out there because Larry's got a son in the military still in. Yes, he's active. He's a marine and he's on his third deployment now. And I I love I love that. You're proud of that. And I really mean that with all sincerity, I just love that. You're the proud father of a marine I love especially as a comedian. All right. We'll take a quickey break. We'll bring Coney. Geico presents yet another voicemail from your roommate? About the kitchen turns out when there's a grease fire. 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That's a great moment in local news now back to the Adam choral show Tony price in studio, author and executive director of the gold star ride foundation tells about the organization, Tony, and then we'll talk about you. Well, I love talking about me. We'll let me start with this. Are you aware of what a gold star family is today? I saw some flags out there. It was kind of hoping you could give me a little backstory on that. But. People. There's families who've lost a son or daughter in the military. Yeah. That's a the definition of a gold star family. The gold star families any immediate family member gets lost in the military. The Goldstar ride foundation, which is the organization that I I get to steer. Takes care of those families. So we pick up the slack where the government leaves off, and whatever they need, and wherever they whatever we have to do because it's in my mind. It's a little bit embarrassing that we should ever have to do anything for him. What at all? What does the government provide for gold star families? What does the base that they get or whatever? Well, it's been a long time since I've been in the military. I think I got my discharge about twenty eight years ago, but. What the way I remembered is there's a death benefit if there's education benefits, the military men and women that that don't get killed. But then I believe there's a death benefit for the family's financial financial rate. So it's life insurance policy. I don't know this to be true. But I would say in certain countries if your kids terrorists and dies in a pizza parlor blowing himself up and was vast. You get more from the state. I'm actually glad that you brought that up eight named after you. On my list of things here. That's how they recruit those young kids. They come in. They say, oh, look you're living in this wonderful place with a dirt floor. No running water, no electricity. We're going to take care of your family. We're going to put them in a nice place. They'll have high speed internet. They'll have all the wonderful stuff. And all you have to do is put this vest on and go someplace in public. It's crazy that it's too. I say I always say it's two thousand and nineteen. We're supposed to be hanging around with the Jetsons. Like this. Third floor and going there and kill bunch of innocence. It's it's insane that we're still it's still popular. It's still popular still a thing. You know, I've seen them. I've seen the pet rock. Come and go seen the mood. Ring come ago. I thought explosive vast would be on wait a minute rock has gone. I have a mood ring. I didn't bring it with me. Today was a real thing. Oh, yeah. People wore mood ring and just turned different colors in ago. That's because I'm feeling amorous in your nine knock it off and we're related place. And I don't know what amorous means thank you three. Well, how about all those weird things at the Shakey's read grabbed the handle? That's like stud superstar coal fish nine year old girl. Sorry county. So explain brought a couple of things with you. And by the way, there's a book called days yours, very sincerely and respectfully, and that's pretty it's blue has a blue cover. You can gold star right there. You can get it at where can we get? We get an Amazon you can find the paperback kindle at Amazon, hardcover, paperback and e book, I guess is also available at our website Goldstar, ride dot ORG. So tell me about the ride the ride was a lot of fun. We let me go back to the beginning. Okay. This is a almost a decade ago. I was hanging out and some guys came up to me, and there's a whole bunch of motorcycles at this private country club, which has a real common thing. Right. One hundred and fifty motorcycles at a private country club. Anyway, they approach me. And he said we're going to go on this right tomorrow. Won't you come with us? And I said, hey that be good. That sounds like fun. I've been riding motorcycles. I was nine or something like that. So yeah, let's go for this ride. We'll go for this ride. And I'm somewhere in the first third of the pack. There's one hundred twenty five bikes rolling down the road, and I'm not paying attention where we're going because that's what the leader's job is. He's so we were ride for like forty five minutes, and we pull into this residential part of town. And I'm thinking now, I don't know of any greasy bars that we can go to in this neighborhood. And this is in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis anyhow. And then we turned down. He turns into a coldest academic street. And how we can't even turn around one hundred twenty five motorcycles on a dead end street, and we pull in there, we filled up the street with motorcycles. And it was just amazing to see I was looking at the houses neural draw and they're they're shades closed. Ten thirty in the morning, and we're invading a neighborhood. Anyway, when everybody got off their blades, go everybody standing in front yard of one house, and we got cigarettes and bandannas and sunglasses and tattoos and leather and the smell. L A burnt oil and burnt rubber. And all this stuff is in the you know, that the sound of one hundred twenty five motorcycles that'll that'll leave an impression on your memory. Anyway, the leader of the group just pulls his person out of the house, and she's about twenty four years old, and she's got a infant and a baby clinging to her leg. And he goes to tells us the story about why we're there, by the way. The guy's name was rocky Lynn, he's a country singer country music singer, the leader, the motorcycle, the he was the leader that day that and and he was one of the organizers of of the motorcycle ride which happens the second weekend in September in Minnesota. Anyway, he tells the story about how her husband joined the army with his best friend that he had since they were both for years old together, and they were off in the Middle East and the best friend stepped on a improvised explosive device and turned into meat soup. Right there. Her husband, then was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. This was some time ago. We still. Called it a disorder, and he was actually hospitalized hospital here in LA in Westwood my. I don't know if it was in west what I was just told LA. At work for the Westwood the. Although she wasn't a patriot. She ate it. Every day come home every day complaining. Anyway, sixty days later, they said, that's all we got for you. We do sixty days for post traumatic stress. Good luck. And your wife was back in Minnesota. But you know, good luck short story is he lasted on the streets about five days and in those days. It's it's still common for the government to say suicide is not part of the military pact. However with postman stress getting as much. There's so much information out about it. Now that it's it's more likely that are recognized as part of the military experience. But at that time it wasn't. So she's got two kids and a high school diploma and nothing to fall back on and they don't give her anything. No death benefits. No, no, nothing for so everybody there. There wasn't a dry front yard. You know, if you ever wanna see one hundred twenty five motorcyclists bikers crying, that's the perfect environment for that. That's what was going on there and myself included or you could spill a beer. Yeah. That'll. What's up after Christmas part of whole as just sitting around? I like it. When it's on the sofa arm. That's my favorite coffee table to eight inches daring you, but yes, you reminded me of days when I had to clean up after that stuff. And I would always find three cigarette butts in it too. So and I know like an atrocious. Smell right? Take a draw at but. With heavy heart. So we opened up our wallets and put her back to college that gave me the idea. So that's that was kind of weird all began, and I rode with those guys for about three years. And then I went to the the organizers of that, then I said, this is really great thing that we're doing here, but there's more than five families five gold star families in Minnesota that we need to take care of we need to take care of the whole country. Right. And they all burst into laughter. And I wish I could say that it was the last time that people laughed at me when I told him I was going to go on a national motorcycle ride for gold star families. But no, I I heard the laughter lot. I had people from all over the country. Tommy, I was just nuts. I was just ridiculous. And we appreciate it. But move onto something doable. Yeah. I heard that a lot have we had made some breakthroughs in the post dramatic stuff like CBD oil or types of therapy or things that I remember little. Little bits and pieces of talking to Dr drew about stuff that works better now than we didn't. I mean, we formerly had nothing now we're trying things. Well, have that question to you? Because that's a little bit out of my wheelhouse. Yeah. I I mean, I know question to answer that question, which is I think there's a protocol which is like we didn't formerly have a concussion protocol. Got your bell wrong. Here's some signal job webs. The protocol was smelling salts like, here's a shot smelling. Okay. You want to get back in the game. We go back in the game that that's how it worked. It. Worked snap. Snap the smelling salt under you. It's funny. The world's Gayus thing that Aimal Popper the straightest smelling salts in the corner. The prize fight come on champ. The same guy straight guy. Yeah. Anyway, the medical care was done after the guy woke up. There was no there's no medical care. You got your bell rung. Get you. We looked at it as looked at it as that that game where you put your head on the bat, and you ran around the home play stagger. Your way too. But once you fall down a couple of times once you get up and you're at the picnic twenty minutes later, we're not trying to fix your fix you fix yourself. So you're praying fix with the smelling salt. We'll put your back in the game. You shook off the cubs right in the in the PTSD department. They've realized you know, whether school shootings or whatever's going on in the military, you got like a window therapy. Like, you have to you have to catch the person when they've been freshly almost like a physical wound. Like, we need we need to triage this now or like, the fiscal wound. We don't take out your could just go on with its get set. It gets worse. We need to reset that bone. So to my understanding, that's what they've done. I'm hope. That's what we've discovered I'm hoping the military has figured out that. After you, see your buddy turned into soup next to you that you need this. Now, not not when you get stateside. Right. So I can't really comment on the CD's and any other natural Pathak remedies for this kind of stuff, but there was a medal of honor winner. And I wish I could remember his name. I can't remember his name, but he became woods different metal free. That'll. See I don't think served in the military. But anyway, one of these medal of honor winners has been a spokesperson for post traumatic stress. And he was the the person who got us to drop the d so the idea is that it's not a disorder. It's an actual normal circumstance that when you have to experience something extremely traumatic. You're going to have symptoms from that, it's not a disorder. It's a natural way of the brain going through. You're not too ill because you witnessed something traumatic. Right. So it's not a disorder. That's why they dropped the d now so we call it post traumatic stress, and again, I wish I could remember that guy's name, but he did manage to win the medal of honor. And he's doing a great job of speaking on that particular topic, incidentally, going back to the motorcycle ride up in Minneapolis with rocky. Lynn he that was the first time. I heard him say it wasn't a suicide. It was a sniper's bullet from seven thousand miles away. And I thought that was a perfect analogy. And if you don't mind, I'm going to say two more things than this post traumatic stress subject, the first one is one of the gold star families that I visited was in San Antonio, Texas, and her son whose name was also Tony committed suicide in when I shared that story with her her feedback to me was that it completely changed her life. She never had a way of of coping with the idea that her son took his own life until I was able to until that analogy the snipers will from seven thousand miles away. It resonated something very special to her other thing I wanted to hold on staff sergeant time Michael Carter that might be. That sounds sounds right. Okay. I do celebrity race with that guy. There's another guy had another hero Carter lay. No, this is who's the guy who's the war here. I did the Toyota grand prix with though. Anyway. Yeah. Sorry. Go ahead. I just wanted to get that name. I when I can't think of a name at bothers me. So throwing it out there. Well, more often than anything else. The post traumatic stress suicides are ignored by the government more than anything else. So I wanted to make sure that our organization was not going to do that. So if you look at our logo, I don't know if you've got one of them in front of you or not this really colorful logo right down the middle of it. There's a star. And at the top of that star. There's a really ugly colored that doesn't match anything else and the reason that ugly colors at the top of the star in our logo is because we were told that that's the color for post traumatic stress awareness. So we specifically put that color in there because we're not going to ignore. We don't ignore gold star families that government ignores. All right. Let me take a break grant here. What's the name of that guy? Not looking. Hey, I think I think it was the guy from they did the Walberg movie about. Lone survivor? Yeah. I think I think it was that guy. I can't think of it was it was too. I don't know the the time when I won in the pro division. I think he was he was in that group at all figured out super nice guy. Anyway, speaking of cars, Castrol edge, real quick stronger under pressure. Titanium fluid transforms under pressure three times three times longer than leading full synthetic as per the Kurt Orban test five thirty vis grade throw some of that and the hog by the way, I'm extra. What's that guy's name? Second fifteen I can find it. I don't have to. I don't think I did it. I wouldn't do those fifty other one before Marcus Latrell, Marcus Latrell. Yeah. What was? Navy seal. Yes. Received the navy cross purple heart. That's the guy. It's funny. Whether you're that guy or Cain Velasquez from the UFC. Doesn't mean you can drive crazy all that. You do can't handle. Nick, cave allies. Does the slowest guy out there? It's just crazy like top out late. It's crazy. It's crazy that it never never translate, right? Lone survivor is based on him. Wow. That'd be cool to have a movie about about you that way. Except for the part. We had to earn. That's not the part. That would be cool. I won't give Tony price a plug here. The book yours, very sincerely and respectfully that's available on Amazon and bookmark and Gus and all that good stuff. And you can check out his very where the organization gold star ride dot org. Shoot them a tweet at gold star ride. Thank you for the work. You're doing Tony. I'm glad I could do it. Glad you can do it too in the country is grateful for the folks like you who serve in also the folks who come back and continue the good work. Not my grandmother that was just a paycheck to work it up him factory or brothel or an Aaron evil orphanage if they gave her like another twenty cents an hour. So do not mistake her for one of the hairs. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back with the news right after this. Tracking the domestic dust bunny. You find them hiding under wardrobes next to socks? Don't to suddenly scarring off what's utterly fascinating about the dust bunny. Is that ov- o-? They're not actually sent creatures when they have Kyko not only saves people money, but also has ninety seven percents customer satisfaction rating. It's obvious to them. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer. Oh, no. It's the dust is only natural predator on the long dust on his run along Trump and Democrats, I'm Ed Donahue with the AP news minute. President Trump thinks congressional investigations need to stop looking any more. This is all it's done done because of the end of the Russia investigation. The White House has been resistant to cooperate with Democrats investigations in congress on Fox News. The president was asked if former White House counsel, Don Mcgann will testify head him testifying already for thirty hours. So is the answer. Really? So I don't think I can let him and then tell everybody else you can't general William bar said no to testifying yesterday before the House Judiciary committee. He testified Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary. Area committee and house speaker Nancy Pelosi says bar was not truthful the attorney general the United States of America is not telling the truth to the congress of the United States, that's a crime. And the Justice department responded saying the allegations by Pelosi, a reckless and faults House Democrats are poised to hold bar in contempt of court Kent, congress, I'm Ed Donahue.

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