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NPR News: 04-07-2020 8PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 04-07-2020 8PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer Grim tally in New York City where the number of Kobe nineteen deaths has now surpassed the number of people who died in the two thousand one terrorist attack more than four thousand people thus far meanwhile the US death toll from the virus pandemic continues to rise topping. Twelve thousand seven hundred going to Johns Hopkins tracking site whoever globally there were some signs of stabilization in terms of case numbers that are giving hope while. New York State continues to record high death. Numbers Governor Andrew. Cuomo said today hospital admissions and the number of people being placed on breathing. Tubes are both going down. China with virus outbreak began says it listed no new cases today? Wisconsin voters going to the polls today for the presidential primary and devoted to thousands of local contests Libya Richardson from W. WM in Milwaukee reports. It's the first statewide election to be held. Since the krona virus became so widespread other states have moved their primaries and Wisconsin's governor tried to but the State Supreme Court ruled against him so polls are open but they're severely understaffed because so many workers stayed home out of concern over the corona virus. That's resulted in wait times of more than two hours in some places with social distancing in mind voters are standing roughly six feet apart and they're wearing makeshift personal protection equipment from homemade masks gloves for NPR news. I'm Olivia Richardson in Milwaukee House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi says she received a call from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin requesting more money from Congress to help small businesses deal with the fallout from the corona virus pandemic policy agreeing because of demand. There's more need for additional funds. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell today swiftly pass additional funding for the three hundred fifty billion dollar program president trump is up ended? The committee responsible for overseeing the two trillion dollar pandemic recovery package vinnie chosing who had chosen experience watchdog. Glenn finally the effort but the president has removed fine from his role as NPR's Tim Mack reports. The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee was created as part of the recovery package to ensure accountability over the funds last week. Members of the Committee chose Acting Pentagon Inspector General Glenn. Fine to lead their effort. The Krona Virus Recovery Package Law requires that the committee's chair be a current inspector general so when the president picked a new nominee for Pentagon inspector general yesterday replacing fine. He was no longer eligible to head the group Democrats criticized move congresswoman Carolyn. Maloney who chairs? The House Oversight Committee called fines removal quote a direct insult to the American taxpayers of all political stripes. Who Want to make sure that their tax dollars are not squandered. Tim Mack. Npr News Washington. After yesterday's big run-up stocks lost ground on Wall Street today. The Dow is down twenty six points. The Nasdaq closed down. Twenty five points. Today you're listening to NPR. The European Central Bank says it will take action to fight the economic downturn from the corona virus US top monetary authority announcing. It tends to make it easier for banks to borrow the key. The plan will involve easing collateral rules for lending. Ecb All sweat. Some good news for Greece saying will make the country's government bonds eligible collateral even though they are not so highly rated by credit rating agencies. Those measures will help banks across nineteen countries that use the euro to get through what is expected to be very deep recession. The founder of Black Enterprise magazine or grave senior has died at the age of eighty five after a long battled. Alzheimer's that's according to his son. Npr's David Folkenflik has this remembrance. Earl graves started his career selling flowers at his Alma Mater Morgan State University in Baltimore which later renamed its business school after him graves then rose in the US army to be a captain became a real estate agent and serves an aide to Senator Robert F Kennedy. He founded the magazine. Black Enterprise in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy African Americans were serving vocal pride in their identity. But we're often overlooked in the workplace grades. Cut a dashing figure in his formal suits and mutton chop facial hair and ultimately became one of the most influential black figures in US commerce in one thousand nine hundred ninety one the newly liberated Nelson Mandela told graves he'd ask for meeting to learn the principles of economic empowerment for blacks in South Africa. That anecdote was contained in grades. His book how to succeed in business without being white David Folkenflik. Npr News crude oil futures. Prices closed lower today oil ending the session down two dollars and forty five cents a barrel to close at twenty three sixty three a barrel in New York. I'm Jack Speer. Npr News in Washington.

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7.8.19 Why you need a dash cam; Getting compensation for airline delays; Personal finance education comes to Harvard

Clark Howard Show

36:06 min | 2 years ago

7.8.19 Why you need a dash cam; Getting compensation for airline delays; Personal finance education comes to Harvard

"Glad you're here with us on the clark howard show where it's all about you and stretching breed the hour coming up in just a few minutes yours dollars being run off by somebody in the travel business when they haven't treated you're right i'm gonna tell you what you need to know in today's car courageous moment and yet later do you know that even people who are cpa's who study finance who work on wall street are clueless about personal finance what should we do about that i'll share my thoughts so i wanna let you know that there is a device that i want you to have in your vehicle that is very common overseas he's in very rare in the united states do you know what it is it's a dash cam when the dash cam does and you could buy these cheap is fifteen dollars on sale is it does a continuous loop recording of what happens while you're behind the wheel of a car when you start up your vehicle dash cam comes alive andy it continually a is shooting video depending on the dash cam from the very cheap ones it'll be okay video to the ones that are really expensive like sixty seventy dollars shoot unbelievably clear our high def video recording a continuous loop on and sd card in any event that you are in that accident there's a an ugly situation that while you were in your vehicle you're a witness to a crime a there's any of a number of circumstances a road rage situation where you're able to capture the video but there's a used this become very valuable in areas of the country where they're these auto accident fraud rings which is a big big problem in florida for as long as i can remember in happens in different places in the country where people either stage accidents or create them so they can sue you often they are micro targeting people who were driving nicer newer vehicles and they will create a scenario causing an accident one scenario is a light turns green vehicle in front of you goes and then in the middle of the intersection they suddenly stop and you run in the back of them how do you prove that they actually stopped causing that accident you know generally the vehicle that runs into another vehicle automatically adequately is one sided at fault or if you had a dash cam you'd be able to prove right away that the reason that accident happened is for no reason other than trying to cause an accident that vehicle stopped now this is something that is unfortunate that goes on whidbey insurance scams and there's the newest version of the tesla model three has built into it a video recordings system ensure enough there is a situation where drivers driving along somebody came around him and then jammed on his brakes so he could cause an accident the test so ran in the back of this vehicle but because of the video that the car had captured well eliminated the problem then another incident recently who knew people would take this chance people staging accidents on bikes apparently you hit somebody on a bike could be a pretty big claim you're gonna have to pay is uninsured of that vehicle well there are people who are purposely having an accident with you on a bike who would ever think of something like that i mean because you could be trying to cause a wreck and you could get killed but anyway the dash cam video showed in this thing you may have read about this but the person the bike purposely cosby accident so they could file a claim and get money for injuries but the dash cam showed it wasn't the driver did anything wrong who's the bicycle us also you're gonna have any other thing happen you're gonna be in wreck in europe video is when they captured you were fully at fault but how often is it somebody claims that you were the responsible party when it was them or an officer officer comes to investigate can't figure out who is at fault in you both get tickets so having a dash cam is great stuff i strongly recommend one dave is with us on the clark howard show hi dave hi clark how are you great thank you dave you have one of those west bank you're you're staff what a wonderful group of people kim understaffing helping me arranged this call well thank you is great to have you here day even you have a social security question nobody's ever asked me okay m i am sixty nine years old my daughter is going to make in college in the fall and she applied several colleges a college degree to which she would do college she would like to attend has basically given her a good amount of money so it's a little bit west in the state college oh isn't that great so you about in rainy daughter thank god she takes after her mother they tuition is a fifty three six after the ground since down to sixty plus the room and board would bring us up to twenty nine one she's gonna take the fifth don't forget don't forget that i just wanna eat i bells and she's going to take out the federal direct on subsidize we don't qualify for this subsidize and that would be worth about twenty three six now i don't want to burn in her with a lot of money to pay back down the road so i was thinking about collecting my social security now i plan to work for four more years till she's out of college and my cousin and suggested a take my social security possibly going back retroactively six months and putting a chunk of this money for her tuition and i wanna see what your opinion as well i you know you're right at the point where you're gonna be maximum social security benefit when you turn seventy anyway anyway so there's a little bit of a haircut taking a sixty nine instead of seventy you get eight percent more if you wait till you're seventieth birthday but yes you're gonna have to take it in you've waited long enough to get the maximum benefit it will working not really gonna hurt you in that so yeah take the money well radioactive i'm not so sure about 'em goes and once you get the most in a check you can the rest of your life possible in you just use that money towards her schooling that's what i would say of doing if i go retroactive 'cause my birthday is a large 'em i go twenty six hundred but if i wait a little while longer they need a b amount for this year jumps up the twenty eight oh nine choice they of waiting and then just going back the three months yeah i think that's great good yeah i think that's fine in a you and i are in the same exact boat because when my son goes to college i will be sixty nine okay so well good luck you're sony college to thank you very much and congratulations were having that smart smart hardworking daughter thank you so much cooler okay bye about that i'm not alone i'm not the only person who's gonna be near seventy when child goes off the college adam is with us on the car coward show hi adam clark i will also be near seventy when my child is a college so i understand completely where you're at winter all of steroid and what were you thinking we decided to start over is what basically happened ross okay hey clark i appreciate you taking my call sure furniture today 'em i'm kinda got a dilemma 'em my parents are now whether now in their seventies 'em in basically votes on social security a very low social security because they took when they were sixty two i believe at that point 'em they have a house in florida in the house has about thirteen thousand remaining on the mortgage on my mom's get a thirty five thousand dollar equity lines and i think combined there about fifteen thousand in credit card debt at this point on the good thing is the house house has a decent values about a hundred and eighty thousand now with the market and the central florida area but with their low social security income at this point they really don't have enough cash coming in they're not they're just paying the interest only only equity lines so there there are making any moves on anything at this point you know my wife and i are you know job transition right now so you know we're we didn't take car conomic so we are pretty decent off right now a bowl with the job transition you know i was considering do i buy that house you're renting back to him i really don't want him doing a reverse mortgage of course 'em so we're kind of in the situation where i band we were trying to figure out what to do the worst part is the house needs about forty thousand dollars and work it oh that's so moms response to be lately is you know i'm just gonna let the how's fall around me which of course i don't want that to happen either a you know because i am an only child in one hair of the hosts at some point time so you know with just a few and see if you have any thoughts on the subject well this is i'm gonna bring up a lifestyle question and this is a tough one but it sounds to me that they would be better off selling the house for at market value an renting moving forward rather than trying to stay in that house if they're if they're deficit spending now the house has enormous repairs it needs have done to it those are only going to increase the more you avoid doing those the more those increasing cost a that that doesn't sound like a great option for them to stay in that house that if you were not telling me about your job transition the question i would always ask is idea of siblings if you wanna go in together just wonder if you wanna buy the house in rent it back to the parents and then be in a position and maintain it for them and things 'em i just don't like the idea of them saying in the house the reverse mortgage is not going to generate a large amount of cash even if they did that because i was thinking about the numbers you gave market value one eighty they're only gonna land so much against it there's already a home equity line has been extinguished and the small remaining mortgage balance so i'm not sure that's gonna generate and appreciable amount of cash each month and then you got all these upfront costs with a reverse mortgage so they're in a bind there in a pickle here they they are is you know collect their opinion about seven hundred a month total or everything so the house in of course the first response is vice sell the house i'm not gonna get one eighty four in the current situation in in in in in florida rental rates through the roof not you know not even non barring actually cost her a sale prices for homes so that's where we keep going back to okay if we sell it how much cash will they actually have left of the you know the rest of their life at that point it's not gonna be a ton of money it may make sense then a to kick the can down the road just enough till you feel like you're on this a stable work situation again invite off of them exactly right and what we thought about as well it's just i don't know how far kicking the can down the road is you know is gonna go at the moment do you have any siblings i am an only child here they are you area they you know my my late father would say that wouldn't make any difference anyway 'cause he'd say ten kids can't take care of one parents got the do it yourself so i i went viral i would buy as much time as you can and then when your finances permit just purchase yeah that makes sense 'cause that's what we're saying is that seems to make by far the most sense hearing this scenario and you know you'll probably set family rate kind of rat so they can survive live in it and that's probably the right thing to do today's car courageous moment is to protect your wallet you know if you travel recently over the july fourth holiday week or you're still out there for july fourth and you wanna make sure that you were rights are protected in the event that you've had a big delay a flight cancellations something like that traveling by air most people don't know that there's compensation potentially intially available to you we don't have anything like the european sesame you should know if you ever flying to her from europe and you have a flight problem airline those massive compensation under european law even if it was only going here to europe europe to hear they still argue that massive compensation even if you fly on american united and delta they still have to pay it to you just got a note asked for domestic flights depends on the circumstance sense of severity particularly if you have any status in a frequent flyer program with an airline you need to make sure you get the money that would make you whole or the miles or points they would treat you right in certain circumstances airlines kun weasel their way out of others though they wanna make accommodations an sometimes if you fly a lot on an airline i'll have a delay that didn't really bother me that much and i'll get a thing in the mail offering me a couple of hundred dollar stores future travel on airline just keep a loyal customer loyal so know that if you don't ask you don't get somebody very common now is people will call up say hey i had this problem on a flight in belbin offer you five thousand points or they'll offer you a voucher some amount per future travel but most people just go away quietly the more you ask the more that will give you this episode is brought to you by ziprecruiter hiring used to be hard multiple job sites stacks of reza maze a confusing review process but today hiring hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done ziprecruiter dot com slash saving ziprecruiter sends your job to over a hundred of the web's leading job boards but they don't stop there with their powerful for matching technology ziprecruiter scans thousands of resonates defined people with the right experience and invite them to apply for your job as applications come in ziprecruiter analyzes each one and spotlights the top candidates but it's so you never miss a great match ziprecruiter is so affective that eighty percent of employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day and right now clark howard podcast listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash saving that's ziprecruiter dot com slash s e v i n g ziprecruiter cruder dot com slash saving ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire got a question for you what senior kids know about money it's my pleasure to welcome you to the clark howard show where that's what were about learning ways to save more and spend less and don't let anyone ever rip you off kark dot com is our main website clark deals dot com that's where we got all the bargains for you so i think about out people i've talked to over the years who are high up in a corporation a off and on the nance side andy will ask me a question the shows in spite of the very heavy responsibility say having a corporation andy there canonized a numbers person when it comes to their own households in their own finances well a lot of times they're clueless 'cause they were never taught that never talked about it home never talked about it at school they they were all looking at big picture finance stuff but never things that go on just data today handling money handling life in the four walls of their own life and household so this is this isn't just something that i'm aware of this is so many people become much more aware of all over the country in one of the reasons is that where the time where there are a lot of people who are having a real struggle because they amount of debt they're carrying a various types people were looking back thinking what could we have done differently and the problem is that we as individuals face so many more financial decisions then we used after make pensions have pretty much disappeared in so many things we do now instead of having one government dictated monopoly for it we now have free market choice in so a lot of those choices overwhelm us and we don't know where to start what frame of reference having what to do and that's why nearly half the states in the country require in highschool some form of personal finance training or education it's somebody i think will become pretty much universal across if not all the fifty states most of them even in some colleges now that's true i i gave a speech to a personal finance program that a college had a while back and it was interesting the vocabulary the students had the questions they were asking showed that they they were getting some of the concepts but so often we rely on the schools to do the teaching and i would like to encourage you if you are the parents of young children coming up they you think about having continuing conversations with their kids not to obsess about money but understand it to explain different phases of personal finance his kids are gonna learn it by us most is an a lot of times it's not going to be taught in school in a way that they really absorb so if it's an ongoing thing you could do it i i've talked in the past about how i've done this with my kids age appropriate from when they were very early in elementary school going forward i started when they were very young teaching them how to comparison shop in store how the eu's unit pricing the understand what things cost teach them about saving money from middle school in in various stages stage is making sure as best i can but they haven't understanding about how to protect themselves in the financial system in the banking world in my kids have all worked at this point and they all have roth ira raise and i make sure they understand what those investments are that i have them at 'cause they are in the money but i picked investments and then taught them what i picked i mean they're not unusual position basically having me there to guide them but in your own household there's so much you can teach and there's so much they need to know so they they don't don't liv in existence of handling money ad hoc if they understand how to manage an overriding concept of teach through their lifetime through their lifetime they living on less than what they make most important thing to reduce financial problems in anxiety with money is from the getgo always set side at least a dime of every dollar they make bob's with us on the car coward show hi bob oh hi clark good afternoon to you great to have you here thank you thank you well we need you're vice we've got are cash out of a real estate investment that we've been in for about eight or nine years and we have about two hundred fifty thousand dollars now that we need to congratulations thank you thank you a we need some you're devices to reinvest it were and are a mid late sixties and we don't have much debt just a part of a house mortgages about all we have so we're trying to plan ahead and see what we should do what these funds can you give us some ideas ideas and then the second question part of this is just have some funds available we were looking at a getting good high yield on online how you'll saving some some online banks the like the see if you have any ideas comments would you have about that yeah so you would not wanna put all quarter million in a single institution z fd icy insurance caps at a quarter million in you would get back that but you might lose any accumulated interest overtime if the bank you put the money in failed but you could open to online accounts and there are a lot of them paying in the twos furniture straight and that would be a great thing just park the money but in order to answer so you're question what are you are both of you still working or either of you were tired of what's the story with that we're working in our own little business and will be retiring in the next two years you're and a half two years right in what will you do to whip on two years from now what funds will you drawn is this part of that or is this yeah well we've we've been saving towards retirement funding so this will be part of that okay so that affects the answer because you need the have a combination of money invested to deal with much later in retirement you know or you both in really good health so far knock on would yes so i don't know you're genetics but you know if you've made it into you're mid sixties odds are pretty strong one or both of you will make it to you're mid eighties behind that sales find me so yeah so you got a lot of years to pay for when you're no longer working so you need to think not just about stashing money in a savings account you need to think about what you're gonna do with inflation over the next fifteen twenty years there would erode your money at the same time i invest in a mix of things they would give you returns be on inflation in have a more modest risk level okay yes and so i'd say what i'd like you to do is stash the quarter million an online bank accounts catcher two plus percent okay as a parking space and i'd love it if you went to meet with of a fee only financial planner in go over your whole picture what you're goals are what it costs she's aware of what debts you have you're intention to retire in the next two years and work with a fee only planner to come up with a plan for your future and how you're gonna get there and we're fee only you got a two different front strategies and you and your wife will have to decide which fits you best why you hire a fee only planner who's just like a coach in looks at what you got in gives you recommendations what you should do with a k and that you pay an hourly fee for just pay somebody to advise you and you go see him every so often checkup like having an annual physical other model is you pay somebody to manage money for you in that is available for as little as a one third of one percent per year to the more more common one percent per year okay which do you think fits your lifestyle more ethica professional manager okay well i'll tell you the lowest cost management available available is from vanguard is is a co op they don't try to make a living there make any money from doing what they call their personal advisory service and so i think it's always good to talk to vanguard just see how you feel about going in their personal advisory service is than most year money is still working for you very little being paid for somebody to advise you right but for the standard anders industry kind of thing which is paying somebody one percent of the money you have to manage it for you i recommend you go to nap but the national association of personal financial advisers in eight k p f h dot org okay and you'll be able to put in your zip code information and they'll be able to give you a list of people that are local to you you go interview several of them first by phone then a few in person meetings with at least three different firms are individuals figure out who's personality seems to fit years the best who's guide and see like the best and then you're able to make a decision and then i would compare talking with somebody face to face versus the vanguard method which costs basically one third the cost and see what sounds best in sounds right where you gary is with us on the car coward show hi gary very high court a longtime listener glenn finally talk with you were great to have you here gary so i haven't deceptively simple question that shouldn't be pretty basic for most adults in poverty nobody's ever actually taught me about this and mind you i'm a little older than when this first happened but now you know i'd like the maybe just because you're a situation where beers around this one is one of those young guys trying to establish credit i got a couple a high interest credit cards with a very lower limit something around three to four hundred dollars each a an you know fifteen years later i still have their members reporting and i've never seen it and i'm wondering when is it appropriate to cancer those cards get those are the i have other cards have thirty forty fifty k on them and i'm doing fine financially a runner you mean you mean charges on number you mean credit limit credit limit sir oh you were scaring me there at thirty thousand out on this one fifty on that one forty on their okay so go regular and say okay how shut that right right so the cards you have these two they help to build credit see either of them have an annual you will see they both want is a sixty year and the other one's a low thirty six dollars a year which i paid monthly just showed us a transaction okay dumped him roger that end so you come when you call the dump them bay may intern offer you a no annual fee cart and if they don't want just no annual fee for one year i mean they give you know annual fee is going forward if they don't wanna do that just closed if you've got amount of credit limit you have and you've got the history and all that you're fine did dump these starter cards with micro climates so for the for the general population out there what is you're right rule of thumb and no one is just dumb dumb well the annual fee is the key to your question if these had no annual fee i'd say just leaving be but because they have an annual fee they need to get out allow the year life that's the thing if it's really the dividing line in in the other key information you gave me is because you've got all these other cards you got these really big limits available on those so you're a it's irrelevant in you're credit mix in any amount of credit you're using the you have these two older very small limit cards and that's why you couldn't throw them overboard and not worry about it james joins us on the clark howard show hi james baker thanks for taking my call absolutely james you have a question for me about something that is they newfangled kind of cross between a bank in a credit union filming in yeah so recently i was just browsing the web in i received in advertised about this a bank online that said its members would only part of the bank i guess kind of like credit union does just curious like what the deal if that if that so there's an old type of banking used to be very prominent in parts of the northeast called mutuel bank andy and it was exactly how i described upfront when i was introducing you kind of a cross between a bank and credit union in so it is kind of design like a credit union to be buying for the benefit of you as a member but then also there's a portion that is for the investors so it's a mix so it's not quite either an in this case go ahead in name them because they've come up before on our show go ahead name a book called good lenny yeah good money and they're not actually a bank they are really yeah they have fd icy insurance that they run through a an actual real bank but it's kind of like i guess you'd call it a service that it's not a bank that has the protections of a bank kinda like what t mobile has done with t mobile money where t mobile customers can have a checking account that pays them four percent interest and no fees and they run they the money through an f d i see insured bank that's kind of what good money he does and these days they're paying two percent right two percent on jay at al's yeah so it is a good deal and the reason it's appeal to people is they have this social component where the money in part goes to charitable works so it's designed to be something you feel more like an owner then just a customer in you earn much better than you would from a traditional bank and then they're doing the good works at least that all the promise what'd you say so when you say that they're they're a good option for an online bank then to you know get that chipper stance on saving i can't say that because i don't know how people's experiences been with them so james that's the hard part until we have enough experienced a know they'd been really serving their customers well i can't really speak to that you're listening to the clark howard show

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S7 E5: The Cold Walls of Prison

Uncover

44:43 min | 1 year ago

S7 E5: The Cold Walls of Prison

"Listeners if you'd like. This podcast is another one. I think you might like broken justice new five part series from PBS. Newshour takes a hard look at crisis inside. Missouri's Public Defender System Man's long quest to overturn his conviction what it tells us about justice in America. You can listen to broken justice now on your favorite podcast APP. You get hunting warhead. This is a CBC podcast. Tie Some prison. Time Each minute. An Hour. Each hour. A day. Each day. A month. Each month. Is like a year. Each year. Like a decade. Each decade. Eternity. However quick time. So it's one hundred seventeen years. Spent in prison for a crime. On April Fifth Nineteen. Ninety eight. Glenis soon was arrested for the murder of Brenda Way. He was put directly in jail and stayed there until his trial was finished. then. After his conviction, he was sent to Dorchester Penitentiary in New Brunswick. Appealed for a new trial with the help of lawyer Jerome Kennedy. But the appeal was denied on April. Twentieth, two thousand and six. Prison is terrible for everyone. But for those who maintain their innocence and refused to show remorse. It can be even worse. Now I knew I was innocent I knew someday. I'm GonNa, prove my innocence. One time. In Georgia. I needed a a mattress I got shipped to a new Selwyn Day. Different Cell Different area in prison. And the mattress was it was all. Full of feces in everything and and full of blood and stuff, so I drive it over to sis. Supply and services to get a new mattress and it would give me one. I said a look at this asleep sleep on. I can't sleep on that. Well. What we're not give you a new mattress. You'll have a new mattress. Not that long ago. I said you have went to different cell and I didn't take it with me, and I can't get it now. Anyway Long Story Short. I I went and seen the. Minister the chaplain deceive, he could call the warden. Like just was getting late on a Friday afternoon. and. He, you couldn't get a hold of award in his office anyway and. So I, said okay. I'm going to get hold of the war none. So I I call him the Bell Tower and I should meet up the Bell Tower I was kicking a bell, ringing the Bell, and it actually closed the prison down. Warden showed up then and a whole bunch of other officials and high-end guards and stuff like that never telling me to come down I, said I want to things I, said I want a new mattress and won a new trial. I'm not coming down, do I get got get them? Kind of weakened owed a bit truth. Is Up there. Probably close to a half hour. They said well if you come down. Guarantee of what will get you a new mattress. and. What a new trial is it well? We can't do nothing about that, but you if you you come down. No jump. They thought it was going to jump. I I, was professor, my innocence of on the BELLTOWER. And I said I'm an innocent man. I want a new trial. Would you come down? We'll have a talk. So after a while I did come down because I couldn't hold on anymore because there wasn't much up there to hold onto. And fell I I would have got severely hurt because it's a long drop down. When Glenn finally comes down from the Bell Tower, he does get a new mattress in the whole. They put them directly into segregation. What is commonly called solitary confinement? After that. They move on to a psychiatric ward inside the prison. where he stays for the next three years. I'm Tim Busse Gay and this is uncovered. Dead Wrong. Episode Five. The cold walls of prison. Dorchester penitentiary was built in the nineteenth century and I put in the service in eighteen eighty. It's an imposing stone structure set atop a hill, overlooking a valley in New Brunswick. There are four guard towers one at corner and razor-sharp coils of barbed wire protect the upper perimeter. When Glenn Enters Dorchester, prisoner spend ten to fifteen hours a day inside their sixty square foot cells. They're five hour work day accounts for most of the time they spend outside theirselves. Violence is rampant. Prisoners arm themselves with handmade nine. And a stitch permeates the air. Human waste is collected and gutters outside cellblocks from prisoners who clogged toilets in acts of protest. This is where Glenna soon begins. His life sent. A small man about five four and weigh in at one hundred and forty pounds. Glenn still proclaiming his innocence is about to enter. Hell. Man All the time I got so mad. I just start kicking the wall and they used to make fun of me. I was fighting all the time. Because those little people want fucking, beat up little guys, you know. And stuff like that. Times I had to armour up. Armor up. I had put full books around me and stuff like this and put him underneath my coat off so I I wouldn't get snapped up. Dorchester is a three hour drive from Dartmouth. Here's Tanna soon glints oldest daughter. When he was in Dorchester Penitentiary, we tried to go down as much as they possibly could, but fearing with completely traumatizing and you know obviously. That's something I'll never forget. It's not something I would wish on anyone to have to go to a prison. visit their parents. I mean and have to walk away and go outside that prison door, and and leave them behind. It was the worst feeling in the world. I also talked with Glenn Junior about his memories from when his father I went to prison. It affected my life really bad After, he got sentenced. About a year after that I had my first kid, he rent an apartment with no furniture and me and my com laws, both is pretty much sleeping on the floor, and I remember slain there. On the floor in my living room, thinking about dad and Where he was and what he was missing and. I just lost I lost. It was like we hours in the morning and and. I just started bawling. My eyes out had a really bad breakdown because I missed my father. That was actually one of my questions is how often you went to visit and what? What was it like when you went there? When Dad I went in. It was many many years that I've seen him I cap filling out application after -cation and they kept denying denying denying it. Did they tell you why they were done? I don't know. Didn't tell me why. And then finally, my father had to write a grievance. Then they accepted it after they got the grievance and so then my first time going down there. was really excites him nervous at the same time. So on the drive down. There I remember me tanning. Amanda, my mom, we were. Talking about old days and laugh about this and that and it was exciting. Ride Down Right. Glint has four children. Jamie. Tenure. Glenn Junior and Amanda. And then. When we got down, there had a corvette hat on. and wasn't had were all the time. It's just. I'm just going somewhere. So you know dressed up and stuff and. And I was sitting there. And I was looking at his hat, and it was all wrapped up like really bad. You could tell it was through the ringer. Definitely seen better days. And He said Gees by, he said. I like that you got on. and. I said well I can give you this hat and he goes Geez I dunno guards be wondering where I got it and stuff. Get in trouble putting for that right. Glenn Junior tells it. He and his father go outside for a cigarette and put together a plan for Glenn Junior to lead the hat behind a garbage can inside. Glenn confined it when he's cleaning up. Hand. So when we were done, we went upstairs. Check back through again and. Guard goes. Where's your hat? Just, my locked guard would have to say that right. They noticed everything there. I was like Oh Damn I. Left it down on the table as it. I'll go get it right I don't know. We'll send it to you, they said. And I think dad got locked in the hold for that. And they didn't send me my hat I. Never seen it again. And after that I never seen that again. So you only went to see him one time. Then they cancelled my visits. And then it was seven years since I've seen him after that over hat. You know we all try to be strong role very close in age, though one try to look out for the other. Be There for one another shoe. All of this trauma all of this. Basically? Nightmare of of a situation we had to live. Our fathers suffered on the inside and we suffered on the outside. The Glenn couldn't keep Glynn Juniors corvette hat, but he became very noticeable around Dorchester for his own handmade hats. Professor my innocence all the time and I wore a baseball cap I drown. Wrongly convicted nineteen, ninety eight. I used to make them. And they let me wear them for a while after wall I take them from me destroyed him, but I. Just I get another one and make make another one. And I back again and I I've read back on my coat and everything wrongly convicted ninety A. Glenn was actually wrongly convicted in nineteen, ninety nine. But since he was put in jail as soon as he was arrested, he put the year as nineteen ninety eight. When he arrived at Dorchester Glenn refused on pack his duffel bag. Glenn said he would tell the guards. Innocent, man I'm not staying. So the guards would unzip the bag and put Glenn close on his bed. Then Glenn would take the clothes and put them back in the bag and ZIP it up. It got to the point where the guards took the Duffel bag completely. So Glenn got a garbage bag and put his clothes in that. Life for prisoners inside Dorchester is monotonous and repetitive. Five Times, a day, beginning with the six thirty am public address or wakeup call until lockdown at eleven pm. The prisoners are count. Each day passes with the same routines including five hours of work. Glenn works in the Boiler Room. It's so noisy boiler room. Where earmuffs was this loud and ought when I finished my job I was making notes and study in my case and I I was studying law at the same time and I'd be back in a tool. Correct right. It was Glenn's job to assist a blue collar professional who is hired by Dorchester to do maintenance work down in the boiler room. And he'd be talking me. Fully stopped talking. We'll just boss. He didn't like his boss and stuff like that. He'd be want me for a few minutes, and he'd have all these keys, so he leaves the keys there and he'd go up and the office and Fall Asleep and put his feet up on. On the desk and unlocked in place right now in the ballroom. Dorchester penitentiary are tunnels and in the middle of the room. Was a cage while you open the cage. Down and those keys we'll take you right over west more. You can fuck off so a couple of times our not to walk knobs and dropped the keys on on Dessus. Jump Up, quick said. Forgot these down on my desk donor. I gotTA walk through. Tunnel, left anytime at all I. had the teased, nor just a pension gave him back on. So, Glenn could've taken those keys and could walk away. This. Is Shaun McDonald a lawyer for Innocence Canada? And I said so I said. I don't know if I could have maintained that much self control and he said No. I'm leaving that prison wanted to ways dead or as an innocent man. I came upon Glenn's case by chance actually I was in at the time. Our organizations called aid work or the Association in defensive, wrongly convicted and I had a meeting there one afternoon. And I had to wait in the boardroom for whoever? As I'm sitting in the boardroom. Backer box on the table with a bunch of documents in. There was a memo. was written by a guy named Jerome Kennedy. The, Scene Sean is describing happened in two thousand and six not long after Jerome Kennedy's appeal to get Glenn a new trial was denied. By this time Lynn had been locked up for eight years. So I'm readings Rome's. Memorandum and Their significant facts that are popping out at me as I'm reading it. It was a page Turner and for me. It was like reading grisham novel. A lot of these things at innocence Canada, but this one kind of stuck out for me, and by the time I read it I was combinations sad and. Furious, because as jerome laid it out, something didn't smell right and. So after reading, it immediately marched into. The executive. Director's office and I said please please give me this case. I want this case. I started getting the documents and. Compiling a mountain of paper in my Home Office. that. Started off. I think two boxes went to four, one eight one to ten, and then before I knew it. My house had taken over by. Glass case, Our job is to see whether it's legitimate wrongful conviction. And they didn't have itself takes years and years and years and years. We vet these cases. Collectively for many years before we decide that we're going to put our name behind it. Sean McDonald is from Cape Breton. He went to high school in Halifax and lived in the North End. Sean graduated from law. School at Dalhousie University. Early in his career Sean. Established himself as dogged investigator. And he's taken that skill and applied it to a passion for representing the wrongly convicted. I tried for months before he agreed to an on the record interview. It's not about me. He told me. I. Don't want to take the spotlight off my client. But I finally did get that interview. As with the other innocence candidate Lawyers Sean does wrongful conviction work pro bono. He does some criminal defense work on the side to the bills, but he devotes the bulk of his time to his work for the wrongly convicted. Stuck Baiyun Glenn. When did you first meet him? While I talked on the phone I and it's funny conversation because. the the lead investigator in the case that that resulted in his wrongful conviction. His last name was McDonald's Dave Macdonald? So Glennon I get on a phone call because he finds out I want I'm GonNa look at his case. And it was. An interesting sort of. Data have to say because. He didn't know virus related to the detective where the the the the officer that wrongly convicted him, so he was very standoffish I mean. He called me Sir. I don't know how many times during the conversation and and You know we kind of warmed at one another, and it's funny conversation because I, think at the end of it. He realized that I number one. I had no relation to the officer that wrongly convicted him and number two that I was going to give it my all. A lot of people have spoken with Had A. Pretty negative first impressions of Glen to you know they'd say something like And the schedule Asshole or he's difficult Do you have that? Read on well I. I never thought he was an asshole period. I. I saw him at might my on. Glenn was that he was extremely vulnerable. extremely hurt and extremely sincere. Although I you know I. Do know back in the day. He was a he was a Country Music Listening Hal Razor. There's no question about that. But not a bad guy, and certainly absolutely one hundred percent, not a murder. There are things that happened to him in. Federal Penitentiary that he shared with me in. There are some things that he yet to share with me, and if he's willing, and he's comfortable, he can share at some point, but. To say that he was tortured over a seventeen year period would be the understatement of the century. Sean tells me that although it's admirable. That Glenn won't stop proclaiming his innocence. It makes him a shiny object in prison. He called me and said you know. My my life is in danger. and that's a call. You don't take lightly as a as a as a lawyer NASA friend. And There was a guard there. That was particularly cruel psychologically cruel at the very least and. This one particular day. He's telling me the guard. Just. Called me a rat in front of twenty eight other federal penitentiary inmates. People who aren't exposed to the Federal Penitentiary System where the justice system. That's just you know kids play. That's somebody calling somebody names, and it's not a big deal, but in in the federal in a federal penitentiary. Not just calling somebody a name that is requisitioning twenty eight other people plus. To contract murder. What that means in the penitentiary, if you are considered a rat, which is an informant, means you are more than likely going to be murdered in a federal penitentiary, or at least there will be people who attempt to take your life. After that happened. In, I'm pushing the deputy warden. The warden get them transferred for safety purposes Glenn goes out into the yard and by mistake. Right. Another cell door opens so then. We're supposed to be Glenn in the Yard Small Yard. Exercising walking on his own one hour a day to see the sky. They! They made a mistake and unlocked and other cell, and that person got out of the cell, immediately went attacked. Glenn broke his nose. Cracked his ribs. Disarm fairly substantial damage to him. And I think it was two or three days before he got into a doctor, they didn't want the bruises. Show I think. Glen has even worse stories of abuse. Once. That may be difficult for some listeners to here. Yeah they make it worse in every way. They mistreat. I, I. I was tortured in prison. By by prison guards physically torture. They came. They came to myself one more. They told me lock up. And at eight thirty. Eight thirty S I was on my way to work. and. I asked him. What are you tell me lock up for? Said just lock up. Giving you a direct order. So I did. And after they did to count the move back to myself, and told me to turn around and put my hands behind my back so to handcuff me, and they took me down a whole. It was seven them. And they push me inside the door and a whole I bounce off. The wall fell on the floor and this guy does guard jumped on me. He weighs about three hundred pounds and he had A. Piece of metal in his hands chooses as a counter when they do the rounds. It's stainless steel. And he he was beating me on the head with it, and any broke all the bones in my ankles. When I was face down on, the floor, handcuffed behind my back. They cut the genes off. They just beat me half to death. And after they they just picked me up and they opened the empty cell, and they throw me in there on hard bed. It was no mattress or nothing. I fell on the floor because I was stunned from the beating just took. That was the worst beating I've ever taken in my life. From though seven prison guards. Yeah the teach me less. Than, they made me walk up to the back way through the shepherd he healing center, and they put me into a cell, just the mattress on the floor for eleven days and wouldn't let me see doctor because my face was all bruised up, and my leg was all broken, and it was all swelled up and was turning black on me and what say me. A nurse came back from holidays and she seen me. And I I just had on a pair of pajamas and She said Glen. What what happens, you're for this? It looks like it's all broke up. I said I can't tell you that right now. She's A. Doctor, said No. She said I'll get you down to see the doctors afternoon. Get a cast, and you've got a broken foot. And she did. It wasn't for that nurse I would've lost. I would have lost my left foot. And Never, forget her. I asked Glenn if anything happened to those guards. Nothing. Now the thing. They said. I broke my foot. I file a complaint with the Commissioner of corrections at the time. I think it was lucy, McClellan and she ordered an indoor. Investigation, so two guards investigated the guards, so it's just like the police investigating police same thing, so they come up with the conclusion that I broke my own foot, kicking my door. That's not true. They beat me half to death professing my innocence. Glenrowan give me more information about this alleged beating at the hands of the guards. He says he's protecting someone who helped him. I contacted corrections Canada to ask them about the incident with the guards. A spokesperson responded saying that by law they cannot speak to the specifics of individual cases. And any event, they can only release information about people currently imprisoned. Despite his treatment in prison. Glenn managed to hang on. Partly because he's headstrong an angry. But additionally shot McDonald showed up just when things seemed most bleak to Glenn. Sean was now Glenn's lifeline to the outside. Shannon! Glenn talked on the phone almost every day. One of their rituals was something they called Friday calls. On Fridays, Sean would give Glenn only good news to give them a boost and help Glenn get through the weekend. I asked Glen wants how he kept up hope. He told me never lost faith that he would be exonerated. And? He had his music. Glenn Plays Guitar and sings. Here's Glenn with a song. He started writing when he was in Dorchester. I was down on my luck. Away to turn. Walls. Came crashing and army. ME. For his. Prime. Didn't. All walls of a prison. Always all the. Worst. Prison Hail. When it turned out! To Watch in those lonely prison sale. Style. heartful. Walls of a prison. Always on me. Hi I'm Dr Brian Goldman. If you haven't heard my new podcast the dose, this is the perfect time to subscribe each week. We answer your most pressing health related questions right now. We know you're grappling with covid nineteen on the dose we bring in top experts to answer your questions about the corona virus, and post some of our own the latest evidence in a way that's easy to understand by subscribing to the dose. It's your guide to getting through this difficult time. You can find the dose wherever you get your podcast. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five, a college student disappeared on a trip across the USA. PORTIA missing right away, but they wouldn't take it, so his mother started investigating the case file. I started going through and saw people that wasn't interviewed. I joined this mother search for justice or you recording us an APP. Someone knows something season six. Available now. Sean McDonald is reinvestigating the Brenda way murder building on the work done for Glenn's appeal by lawyer. Jerome Kennedy and private investigator Fred Fitzsimmons. Shaun's job is to build a case to take to the C.. C. R. G.. The Criminal Conviction Review Group. Since all of Glenn, appeals have been exhausted the. G. Is the last resort for justice in the Canadian system. Sean Reaches Out to an innocence Candida Collie lawyer Phil Campbell. And Sean just came in one day and said. I've got this case and I think the guy's innocent. Witnesses against. And I kind of gulped and thought well. Let's go through each witness. And eventually as I got deeper into the case, and in that process looking at a witness by witness I realized no one was remotely reliable and. I'm I'm in. Phil Campbell thought the relationships between all five witnesses and the timing of them coming forward were obvious red flags. The idea that they were all independent. Was An. Illusion and the police should have known it. They should have probed it. A little bit of elementary inquiry established that this cluster of witnesses shows up. So long after the homicide in such a short period of time, and you know the friend of one is the girlfriend of another It's hard for me to. Understand why those linkages were made! There was one witness who is very damning to Glens case where no connection was ever found to the other witnesses. She's the woman I call Roberta. Roberta is the sex worker who was tortured and assaulted by man in the winter of nineteen, ninety, six, ninety seven. She testified that the man told her he killed pit. Bull Brenda. and He'd kill her to. Everyone I've talked with police. The story is credible. I found Roberta a few years ago and spoke with her. I believe her to. She was attacked. But by whom? We know this. Roberta was watching TV and saw Glenn getting arrested for the murder Brenda. And Roberta contacted. Halifax police to tell them that Glenn was the man who had violently assaulted her. Glenn maintained. He was living in British Columbia at the time. Shawn McDonald looks closer at Roberta's story. She was. Homeless vulnerable teenager who was brutally attacked. By a sociopath slash psychopath. Associated Glenn's. Arrest with the guy that did this horrible things to. Phil Campbell also explains why Roberta was different from the other witnesses. She was. In Iraq inning a pivot point because she was telling the truth, she experienced that. Ghastly attack I this. Tool shed in this. Remote. Part of Greater Halifax and it was it was. Chilling and you know one thing I think about is impression. She must have made on the jury with that story. But. It doesn't meet. Any of the legal criteria for. Reliable or perhaps even admissible evidence. Think through she. has experienced this attack by this man who, at the conclusion of it admits that he was the killer of Brenda way, so she's got that fixed in her brain. The manner did this terrible thing to me killed Bren. She then sees Glenn Assume on TV Not as part of a lineup, not anybody else who she has to sort of figure out who the suspect is from pool. He's. They're identified as the person arrested for killing brand no way. What is she going to? Of course, she's going to identify him. Shawn McDonald Tracks Roberta Down and interviews her. Are you willing to provide a sworn videotape statement? Regarding the defense investigation into the murder brand away on November eleventh slash twelve nineteen ninety-five arbed notion. Have, you been offered any promises, or are you under any threat or inducement to provide the statement you know? Do you know Glen Jean assume. Know of. All. About the gift, true and accurate to the best of your recollection he's. Sean McDonald interviews, Roberta. He refers to a most wanted video. That is the video she saw with a picture of Glen being charged with the murder of Brenda way. Raise the issue of seeing most wanted video. You might as well. Talk about that right now. and. Where did you see the most wanted video island? Nukes on this. And we did you see that only one fired up more than once on as seen it a few times in the corner. Where else would you have seen? The most wanted video had playstation at the police station. So, please. We're showing you the most wanted video. Showing anybody else. Here Roberta. That, she was never shown a picture of anyone else other Glenn or given a lineup to pick her tanker from. Standard Procedure. In the most wind video. In. What he? His most wanted for murder and this was. Sent away okay. Do, you remember. Do they talk to you before you gave us? He's OBI. They're finding anything about let. If I didn't say anything that I could see myself in that so a lot longer, so they told you you couldn't talk to them. They would keep you. Longer and see that so longer gets. Were you logged up with? As, they kept picking sneaked staffing every time they. Asked me to talk to. You so you. You weren't fatally when you were sitting in the station. Before you give, let's see. They hit me charged us. Discussing charges with you. Yes. When I first heard this? They stopped me dead in my tracks. Roberta was saying the police were threatening her. Identify Glenis soon as your attacker or spend more time in jail. He said he had. Beard and Mustache. I. Slow down backup to the moment that he picked you up. Did you have a discussion with. You guys talk about. Anything. Not till the end until we come back. What did he say when he came back? Just Ashton deliver on here and he suggests just over there on Jackson. Over there on what Jackson Road and whereas in that is. Five. So, he said he lives Jackson over there on. Mason in that he pointed Jackson starts. This bit of information was hugely important. And totally unexpected. Here's how innocent Canada put it in a legal brief. Roberta had now disclosed a fact omitted from her police statements and testimony. A fact of which she could not appreciate the significance. She says that she asked the man in the pickup truck where he lived. He answered that he lived on Jackson road, the street parallel and immediately west of Alber Lake Road. Glen they pointed out head never lived on Jackson Road and would have no reason to give that address in the winter of nineteen, ninety, six, ninety, seven, when he was actually living in British Columbia. Would you. Did you have an opportunity? Good opportunity to see his. Just had his shirt on yeah. When did you notice anything unusual lakes? You described his legs. Harry Socks and sandals keep remember the socks samples Indica. Yes! and. Did you notice any any scars leagues? Deformities. Nothing. Sean check that detail with Glenn. Fillon I went to chester to meet him. I'd have a couple of key features. Offer evidence number one that her attacker Had Hairy Legs Harry the no scars are noticeable features on the legs of the sociopath. Did that's her? I said well glad. What about your legs? Gland within a millisecond had dropped his show us as as casino guys. I need your help. Look look at my legs right. I have no hair I`Ma legs. No, I have a big chunk. Glenn at a motorcycle accident. One of his legs is noticeably mangled. There's a huge chunk. Out of his leg as a result of a motorcycle hawks, and so the there features. That help our case. Back to Shawn's interview with Roberta. Earlier about. You describe the. person that that victimized you. Sexually assaulted in burnside. and. He said that he was wearing socks and samples. Beard and Mustache scruffy looking. But ask you if you can recognize on look at. Exhibit number. Exhibit, number six. Was has anybody. A police officer shown you. If you're a member. Just cloudy singers. They've never say these. This is the guy. Okay. Tell me. What makes you short? Of that smell years later. Nope, that's just that since face sit. In this interview was Sean McDonald Roberta has a denna fide. The man private investigator Fred fitzsimmons named back in two thousand and five as a possible suspect and Brenda ways murder. The same man who the Halifax police, and the RTP did not provide information about for glint appeal. The same man lawyer Jerome. Kennedy had presented to the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. A man who, in nineteen, ninety-five, lived on Jackson, road just a stone's throw from the site where Brenda way was murdered. Roberta has just identified serial killer. Michael McGregor. Coming up on dead wrong. This guy's exception to the rule he has victimology is all over the place. He kills little girls, and he kills women in Kills Grannies, and he kills men and kills gays. And he said well. Maybe I should describe for you. One of the murders that I committed that I've not been found guilty of. I WANNA I WANNA. Get some treatment and I. Don't know what will help, but I know that the Kim on hasn't stopped. I'm almost ready to do another one right now. Dead Ron is written and produced by Janet Evans Nancy. Hunter and me Tim Bosquet. Sound Design by Evan Kelly. Chamba. Yan provided transcripts. Our digital. Producer is emily canal. Special thanks to Peter Finlay. Chris Oak is our story, editor. The senior producer of CBC podcast his Tanya Springer. And our executive producer is our RF, Noorani. For discussion posts, pictures from the case and more find us on facebook and twitter at uncover CBC. We're also on INSTAGRAM AT CBC podcast. For more CBC original podcasts go to CBC DOT CA, slash original podcasts.

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Ep 498 | To Go To Work, or Not To Go To Work? That Is The Question.

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 498 | To Go To Work, or Not To Go To Work? That Is The Question.

"Today Democrats and Nancy Pelosi signal surrender on the corona virus. Relief Bill and president trump says we gotta get back to work. We have got to get back to work and keep the economy going. We've got to do it by Easter. We've got a lot coming up and it starts right now. Welcome to the news and why it matters. I am Sara. Gonzalez today joined by Prater of the Chad prey their show who I think is out of rave or something crazy. I found the loveliest woman sitting on my couch at home turns out. We're married the blessings of quarantine. Congratulations you also joined by Glenn Beck himself who probably has also learned a thing or two about being in quarantine at home. Yeah I found the same thing I found this beautiful woman sitting on my couch and it turned out to be L. McPherson on my cow. I didn't ask any question that I just went with it. Weird turns looking in quarantine. We'd you I said all right but I'm happily married always knew glen was a collector but that again classic classic art with Democrats. So we've we've been taking you guys In the audience out there on this journey With the Corona Myers relief. Bill that got stalled a bipartisan over the weekend. Chuck Schumer came out. Said they were making progress on it. It was great then. It got stalled because Nancy. Pelosi flew in On her broomstick and demanded that they include this entire big huge wishlist That the Democrats wanted to stuff jammed. Pack in the bill Including Glenn Diversity quota for corporations all kinds of stuff to head airplane emissions which. I don't know about you but I'm thinking to myself I'd stay inside for another two months. We could just get the airlines to reduce emissions solar. See Did you see a. What's his name? Owns the Mavericks here in town? Mark you did you see his explosion. He just went off. He was like stopping. Just do your job it. I mean I think people are getting to the end of their rope and we're only a weekend. Yeah well that may be why. Democrats are signaling. That they are taking back. This fourteen hundred page bill proposed by Nancy Pelosi and reverting. Back to putting the the bipartisan agreement. Back on the bargaining table so Inherently according to Walpole which take that for what it's worth The White House agreed to some basic concessions including an inspector general. Who could oversee what Democrats were labeling as you know the slush fund of Money Evil Corporations? Yeah I mean there's nothing wrong with more oversight right and then I mean. I wish we would have had more with Joe Biden when he was in charge tarp. But that's a different story. The new bill will also do away with means testing for Corona virus relief checks and extending to even those because you're not making to file a tax return. Well at the end of the day everything with you got. You got a pledge allegiance to the agenda. That's the deal as long as you're pledging allegiance to the agenda than they want to help you but what they're finding out the hard way is that there are people out there who want their lives back and they will scrap year agenda. If you're not doing your job to give it to them I have to tell you. I think it's going further than that. Chad. I think there is a feeling in the nation that is just beginning next week. It's going to be on fire and that is you know I don't really care. I really don't care you're really when we started this. You said let's go in for two weeks and and we knew that it was going to be longer but you never really said to us. Oh by the way. The Nation won't recover if we're all hiding in our houses for more than a couple of weeks and I think that's daunting on people. I think there are more Americans that are saying to themselves like I am. I said to my daughter the other day she asked me. Dad What does this mean and I said means that I don't know but I mean if this goes on for a long time America may not be America anymore and she said what does that mean and I said I don't know at this point but I do know this. I'm of the age. I'm I'm fifty six in Italy. They're cutting off. The cutoff for medical care is sixty. So you're not gonna get any medical care. There's your socialist government for you You're not gonNA get any medical care if you're sixty. I would gladly gladly go in and be a noble firemen and go run everything that I could go do my job go in every single day. If it meant that my kids would have an economy and a country. That was free that they could come back and I. I'll bet you most parents indefinitely all grandparents feel exactly the same way. What are Lieutenant Governor? Dan Patrick here in Texas. Basically his sentiment was if you're over seventy I'm willing to sacrifice for my grandkids and so that this country can work again which he which I want to get fifty six. I'm willing to do it myself fifty-six and I want to get both of your thoughts on that because you did bring up. Lieutenant Governor and Dan Patrick. He is for some reason in hot water for making these remarks. I don't know let let's play. Let's play what he actually said. Gentlemen I WANNA to get your Bob. No one reached out to me and said as a senior citizen. Are you willing to take a chance on your survival in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves for your children and grandchildren? And if that's the exchange I'm all in and that doesn't make me noble or brave or anything like that. I just think there are lots of grandparents out there in this country like me. I have six grandchildren. That what we all care about and what we love more than anything or those children and I want to live smart and and see through this but I don't want the whole country to be sacrificed. And that's what I see. Chat sounds a lot like what Glenn said which I don't find either to be controversial statements to say I want this. I want this to be good for my kids and my grandkids. Something about Dan Patrick. And we're all friends with Dan and if you look at that lapel pennies where and there's two American flag or the Texas Flag American flag and. There's a cross in the middle. He comes at things from a place of faith and he looks at his life as something that can be given away. Sacra visually a sacrificial and for the sake of the next generation so many people in this is what's distressing to me so many people have gotten to a place where they idolized their lives to a point where they're not willing to sacrifice anything at any age to say. Hey because again we've never given up anything ever in this. I have to tell you I have to tell you I. I think I disagree with you here. Chat for the very rare time to disagree with you but I really think that there are more Americans. That are my age perhaps your. I don't know how old you are. But where their kids are sixty seven? Wow you look good for sixty you know where your kids are out of the house or close to out of the House that I would be willing to and I think a lot would be willing to bet that there are millions of us that would say this is our service. This is our World War Two and if I have to go out and I get sick. That's fine a work until I can't work anymore and don't waste the medicine on me but I'll keep this thing going so everyone else can stay safe but we've got to open this country up for business or there isn't going to be anything left. I don't think we make it to Easter. I really don't I mean I'm talking to people today that were saying I may not have a business next week and these were people that were were doing well. Two weeks ago. Two weeks ago I was saying to my business partner. This may be the turnaround year for me. This may be the best year I've had in over ten years that's done. I mean. I had a phone call today going. Okay so will the network stay on if things continue like this? What are you thinking? I mean big. Companies are are turning things inside out. That's not gonNA last. It's just not going to last. We have to have the president. I think what he's going to do is next week. He's GonNa come out and say look it's going to be up to the states. It should have been up to the states the whole time. I got us on this footing so now your local areas and your states can make the decision. But I'm telling you we need to get critical infrastructure back online. We need to get back online in this nation. So we don't WanNA spread it and I want you to listen to your governors and if they closed down everything in your governor your city respect that but everybody else get back we also have these twenty hour test now. Are these forty five minute tests that they can turn it around and forty-five minutes. Great get those out test if you don't have it or if you've already had it get back into the workplace. Hey Glenn let me throw something out that I think is pretty scary when you consider this because I agree with you. I think there's a lot of people that are out there. But here's something. That's very frightening when you consider that people over the age of fifty eight control about seventy five percent of the wealth in this nation. I mean there's there's a huge portion of wealth trillions and trillions of dollars controlled by people over fifty eight if they dot well. I should say this I think the estimates on in Forbes recently through a Harvard review is that by twenty. Thirty millennials stand to inherit sixty eight trillion dollars now. This is a group of people who are open to things like socialism. They're open to things like single payer health systems. They're open all of these things that we're fighting against today. We're going to give them the money because again. This is something that could likely if left as it is could obliterate the older generations and make these things happen even faster than they are passing on a nation's wealth to people who don't share the same values so while yes I agree with you. There are a lot of folks our original forty seven by the way no grandkids. But I do have five wilds. Look you look like crap. You look great for sixty five forty seven woke using the covert lotion on my face. You potentially see with the loss of life of massive transfer of wealth could happen. That goes to a lot of people who don't share the same values so there are a lot of scary things that are out there. That are potential. You called it weeks ago. Use that right here at the table. I'm sitting at in the chair I'm sitting in. You called this in terms of the economy. What the potential dangers were. That were there way beyond of a microbe or germ that you can catch in terms of a virus and you talked about the real disease that could potentially come as the economic downturn. That's exactly what we're seeing that. Small businesses are gone than Amazon takes over Amazon. Google these big companies. They become the government in the grand scheme could happen. It could happen quickly. I mean it really by Easter. We could have you know. Forty fifty percent of small businesses gone just gone and that is that's terrifying to me and you'll notice who's getting the you know the money you're going to get the money going to the banks you're going to get it to the big corporations You Watch that. Money is just not going to make it past the bank's they'll they'll offer it to small businesses. But I will tell you there's GonNa be riots in the streets if if you need alone and you can't get alone because well you haven't been in business for more than five years in your your business is looking a little shoddy right now well. It wasn't looking shoddy until we all went into corona capture. Now it looks pretty bad. Yeah and if we can't get it but the big banks get it it's GonNa be it's GonNa be a problem tomorrow on my TV show at nine PM Eastern time. I'm doing a special on the things that they are planning and doing Right now the bills that they're passing the Plans that are being made by the Pentagon they are truly terrifying and I want my government to make plans in case of a total meltdown. I mean we had them in the in the in the nineteen fifties and sixties in case of nuclear war. But the things that they're putting down in writing is against the constitution and to laws that protect us from these kinds of things they don't care they're just writing it into the Pentagon anyway and it's there are some things that are happening. That are very frightening. You don't get your freedom back. You don't WanNa miss that special from Glenn at is tomorrow night at nine PM Eastern coming up. President trump says we have got to reopen the economy by Easter. We've got to get back to work. We will have more on. That New Jersey is a view. I want to thank our sponsor keeps so Losing your hair. Just let's be frank it sucks. It's not fun. It's embarrassing to people. Even though you have no reason to be embarrassed it's like this weird taboo thing. You don't want to talk about it you don't want to go to the doctor for it. You just sit there and you don't like it. 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Why that is fifty percents off of your first order Like I said you're sitting there on your couch is just your shopping on Amazon. You're trying to suck up. Why not suck up on keeps as well it keeps dot com slash y president trump said today earlier during Fox News Virtual town hall that he wants the country's economy reopened by Easter Of course he's getting all sorts of questions. Go on you kind of alluded to this earlier that you know the these different states these different cities and counties are implementing new rules new shutdowns. So He's getting a lot of questions but here is what president trump had to say earlier today about people getting back to work. You said something. Twenty minutes ago that I'm sure a lot of people were pretty keen on. You said that we would. I'm paraphrasing now. You would like to be back to normal by Easter Sunday. Yes that's nineteen days from now. Okay is that true? Is that possible or is simple. Why isn't it? I mean we've never closed the country before and we've had some pretty bad flus and we've had some pretty bad viruses and I think it's absolutely possible now people are GonNa have to practice all of the Social distancing and don't shake hands wash hands and all of the things that we're doing now but we have to get our country back to work. Our country wants to be back at work. That was not a controversial thing I said the other day. Our country wants to go back to work and and again to cure. It's like this cure is is worse than the problem again. People many people in my opinion more people are going to die if we allow this to continue. We have to go back to work. Our people want to go back to work now. Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo. I mean you're telling me when Andrew Cuomo and president trump align on things lately not the old president trump but the new one informal kind of said the same thing about New York which has been the hardest hit. He said Moving forward. Maybe they could implement you know the younger people going back to work and the the older people say quarantined. But I mean Glenn. Your thoughts on president. Trump's latest statement. I think he's absolutely right. We have to get back to work. I am concerned. I'm just really concerned about what they've already done. this bailout bill. And everything else what? They've already to the economy We are operating on a modern Monir MODERN MONETARY THEORY RIGHT. Now which is total hogwash. It's just money printing like they did in the Weimar Republic and it doesn't work it won't ever work and if we're not working it has zero chance of working. We as the president said we had the best economy this country has ever had. It is because of this corona virus. We gave time so our hospitals would prepare. I would much rather spend our money building every ballpark in America into some sort of a hospital treatment center And get back to work. Then spend this money just sending it to people and keeping them out of work. We've got to go back to work and I hope Easter is fast enough. I hope he I hope he will do that. I hope that he will stand by that. I agree totally with his assessment of that but on a more important that Andrew Cuomo he is a dish he is a dish. Did you see the news article that came out Glen? That says that the women now are looking forward to his daily briefings because he is hot he is in control and he looks like as my producer. Candice Ortiz said. He looks like a tickle me. Elmo doll got run over by a truck and she sent me a side by side comparison and she's not wrong but these ladies coming out saying that they love that he takes charge. He's intuitive he's in control. He loves his mother. You I'm telling you. I think he is the guy who is going to step to do. I think they're going to try to draft him in Milwaukee I really do. Because he does look in charge he does look like. I've got it all under control. He's is state is the worst head. It's the biggest blah blah blah is already taken his shots at Donald Trump. I mean he could be the nominee he couldn't be on the cover. Tiger beat magazine. No the coordination is ladies are saying he has. He has to eighty five fifty five to eight thousand five desperate housewife demographic. Andy Cuomo has it nailed down. Knocked down o this stuff. I mean he looks like he's been he looks like he's been run over by dump truck but like like a bag of cleats. I I. I don't even know where this I don't even know where to take this. I will say though it is really annoying. He's like he's like. What are those apples? He's like one of those apples. Eddie put in for is sunken apples. Say you guys have seen Him being interviewed by his brother Chris. Cuomo and they do this they see. They think is endearing where they're like well. Mom told me I had to come back on your show and I think the first time it was cute. Now it's just obnoxious guys. It's really obnoxious. Go back to that picture one more time you want to know. Where all masks are the Cuomo back to go after Cuomo picture you WanNa know where all the massacre. Who's hold hoarding them? All Him and all of the masks are behind him. And he's the one hoarding them. Thiokol glides hard to make the case. Look we don't have a lot of masks. We're at a masks. Pay No attention to the wall of masks. I have well. That's it. That's the end of the stash. I'm totally sure. Glenn You bring up an interesting an interesting point with you know there are these rumors swirling around that. Cuomo is going to be thrown into the twenty twenty presidential race but meanwhile here's Joe Biden which is possibly why talking about drafting. Cuomo so late in the game. Here's Joe Biden at a press conference yesterday again like. I don't know if this guy where he is at any particular given point in the day. I'm glad the president activated the National Guard. Now we need the armed forces in the National Guard to help with hospital capacity supplies and logistics. We need to activate the Reserve Corps of doctors and nurses and beef up the number of responders dealing with the crush crush cases and a in addition to that. In addition to that. We have to make sure that we. We are in a position that we are well. I mean let me go to the second thing smoking oven. The President Must Fence Production Act. Oh my gosh. How horrible is that? Let me go. 'cause I spoke it about that? Oh my gosh he is. So he's prompter goes down. He has no idea who is allowing him he. He came out yesterday and said somebody asked him where. Joe What are we going to see you on TV? Because we're seeing too much donald trump and he said you know and I'm quoting I'm quoting they just put a new high speed Internet thing in my in my Recreation Room at home so they built a TV studio. I'm sorry a television studio in my own other so many things wrong with that first of all no one's had a REC room. Since one thousand nine hundred sixty eight okay the Brady bunch had a REC room and it was out of date at that point a rec room and they put in a high speed Internet. We've been using dial up the whole time. Joe What are you talking about in negative? You're going to put my moving picture on a television wave. You would have to read the words right and then they let him do this live. Why let him do it lie? Why tape it? That's a great point. I mean why not tape it? You're already doing it from his house. China would that shows you is he was on cruise control. He had no idea what he had said up to that point so he didn't lose a train of thought he had no train of thought. The train was off. The rails was reading what they were giving him in suddenly. He didn't know he was in the room much less online. Whatever he was on Kennedy now can I make a contrast to Donald Trump? I think Donald Trump is doing at five pm. I have to tell you I wish for the First Time. I wish I had a great relationship with him because I want to produce his five o'clock thing that he's doing every night because I think he should go back into a board room and they should put him in the situation room or whatever because you know the reporters one of them just had the corona virus. You can't have that in front of the president so you put them in a room. He had all the TV's behind him all the stats and everything and the papers everywhere. And they're meeting and he just says Hello America. I want to tell you what we've been doing today. What are we working on bill? And then bill sit at the table and the camera goes to bill and you make it like the apprentice. He could run that at eight. Pm and people would watch it. He is he's in control and I have a real sense in watching him. That it's this is why we hired this guy. We hired this guy. America hired him because he has experienced in getting the impossible done. I've lived in New York. I've seen what he can do. He gets the impossible done. He's got such a grasp on all of the details. Far has are we moving here? We moving here. He may not have the exact number of things but he knows all of the moving pieces and he's used to orchestrating a big project project like this when we come back a man has now died from taking the drug that Donald Trump is suggesting that we look into to combat corona virus. The mainstream media wants to pin it all on president trump. There's just one. Just one tiny detail that they're leaving out of their headline may kind of throw a wrench in that whole theory of blaming president back in a minute trump derangement syndrome. I think at an all time high right now with the corona virus going on in the United States There's a headline that. Possibly some of you have read out there about an Arizona. Man Who has died after ingesting chloroquine. Now here's a couple of tweets from CBS. News Man Dies after taking drugs touted as corona virus treatment by trump and then there is NBC News. Arizona man died after ingesting chloroquine in an attempt to prevent corona virus. Now if you actually click on the link and read it which I don't know the statistics of how many people actually click on the link and read it. I think it's just teeny tiny. Maybe a cap of a percentage who actually click on the link and read it. You find out that the couple actually ingested fish tank cleaner which what what was. It was chloroquine phosphate. Not not the not. The actual human drug corcoran phosphate in a Koi fish tank cleaner and they were like shares honey and Haggis down. That's what I heard. That's what I heard. Donald Trump say the press conference. Go into your fish tank and get that. Make sure it says phosphate on first of all he said you have to ask your doctor about it. But doctors should be able to use this and prescribe this. That's what he said in he wasn't recommending that everybody goes out into their fish tank. I have a theory and I I want to ask you guys an honest but tough question because in nine eleven we all. Kinda came together. I don't think we're coming together on this one. I think Americans are. I don't think the press is joining us and I think they need this president to be wrong they they said the country would be destroyed if donald trump were in here. They see an opportunity for the country to be destroyed and their hatred for him is standing in way in the way of anything that could possibly stop the destruction so this hydro hydro. What is it. Hydroxy Heidrun Clark Ryan. Roxie plural not to phosphate. Okay so this is working. I talked to a guy today who still in the hospital was checking out. Today was in the hospital for ten days had five days of a very high fever for without going to the hospital then got into the hospital last Friday. It was over for him. He was calling his family. And saying I'M NOT GONNA make it one of his friends said no you are. GonNa make it. Ask Your doctor about this. He took that medicine. The doctor prescribed it the next morning at three o'clock in the morning. He got it in the afternoon. Three o'clock in the morning. His fever was gone within two days. He was back to normal. This has been used in South Korea. This is being used in New York hospitals right now and it is effective and my question to you guys is. I think that there are members of the press. That just need him to be wrong and they don't care even if it is the destruction of their country they cannot allow him to be right and they're against this drug And won't say a good thing about this damn drug because Donald Trump said it and if he's the guy who says Oh why? Don't you try this and it works out? Jesus then he's the savior and they can't allow that to happen just because of his their hatred of him. Yeah I would agree with that. Tsn Full Force chatter back to my buddy comedian. Ron White who in one of his BITs You know he's on airplane and the Guy said they were going to crash and he says we'll take it into something hard. I don't WanNa limp from this and I think there are people out there who are basically saying we're willing to we talked about sacrifice earlier they're willing to say you know what we're on the plane the plane that allow -tituted we've been trying to bring this thing down. Forget the fact that we're on it as long as the pilot dies in this and I said back in two thousand seven that there's no possible way the media will ever allow Barack Obama to fail. He could not fail. I said in two thousand sixteen. There's no way the media can allow Donald Trump to succeed and that is exactly what we're seeing because if donald trump is a success then by default Brock Obama Brock Obama's a failure and they can't let that ever be thought of as true or close to reality. You Glenn. Why do you think they've got? They've talked themselves into the story. And they're not gonNA ever let go under percents. How much though do you think you know? Because it's typically it's the media working In conjunction with the Democrat leadership You know to to push these narratives. How much culpability do you think? The Democrat leadership has in this as well just in blaming trump for everything other their two peas in a pod. The same pod I mean. It is what what they have done what. The Democratic leadership has done is disgusting. Can you imagine if in the height in the first week of nine eleven if they were saying yeah and by the way we WanNa make sure that we have some Some some pork. In there for us we would they. We wouldn't have the guts to do that now. All of a might have just put something in any way without us knowing but no one would have held up any legislation to help the American people and to help those the week that it was really kind of happening no way. They're so emboldened they think they can get away with anything and I think America finds it. Disgusting Really Disgusting. I agree a hundred percent. I mean what more can you say that? It's one hundred percent accurate all right when we come back it's not just La county but several counties They're deeming gun stores with all of these closings gun. Stores are now considered nonessential. Oh at the same time that they're letting inmates out of the jails because of corona virus. What could possibly go wrong. We'll get into that after the break so with all of these. Are you know counties states? Whatever the case may be either shutting down businesses. They're forcing businesses to close. There's always a list of what's considered essential. What's considered non essential and at least in La County in L. A. County? The Sheriff has deemed gun stores. Non-essential business so gun stores are being forced to shut down at the same time that they are also Allowing for what? They call non violent criminals who are behind bars in jail to be set. Now this is at a time when I believe it was in Utah. That was a prisoner. Who actually was set free because of Corona virus outbreak and came and tied up a woman in her home at night point and threatened to kill her. So that's always good but it's not just La County The Pennsylvania Supreme Court denied a request by gun rights advocates to exempt. Gun stores from the order mandating the closure of businesses and They said No. We don't think that in this time where we're just allowing a bunch of criminals on the streets that we're going to give you the right to go get something to protect yourself. Glenn I should. I be frightened because I'm a little frightened by this no. I don't think there's a story here. This is why none of us live in Los Angeles Pennsylvania. I mean You know that's what you get for living in La county gas. But what? I'm what I'm seeing is a trend New Jersey is is doing this a Washington d. c. you know how many NFL There are in In Washington DC. Think about how many NFL license are there dealers beetle that can actually buy and sell guns to people? How many in the great city of the District of Columbia and say Zero One? One one well. There's there's zero now. They made a special deal with him. That he'll be the only one that can ever sell guns and we called him because he just threw up his hands and said. I'm not doing this anymore He was so busy he's like seventy. He was so busy when we got him on the phone. He said I don't know what's happening in the world right now. But there's a huge run on guns and I'm done yeah okay. Hey He's the only one and he blames it on Congress. He's like look they have the right. I've been begging them to let somebody else sell guns. They won't do it. I'm the only one and I'm not doing it anymore. I need a life. They should put a high speed. Internet is Recreation Room. So he can know what's going on. I don't know if he can have something so sophisticated former vice president monotony's recreation Chad. I wonder if Joe Burt. Joe But Bernie has a one of those Third in his winter yeah. I really lucky that he's really lucky. As that. Remember that old paneling sweet paneling that was always up in every REC room. All of that sweet. I wish the disco dance. Aerob- that makes them more room in the recreation dot fat to the topic at hand I mean thank God. We're not worrying about that in the great state of Texas. I don't think we will worry about that in the great state of Texas People in La county typically by their guns out of the trunk of a car anyway So okay but I mean the principle of the thing is still. It's a bad deal because if if it takes a pandemic to finally make people realize Oh crap I guess. I do need something to protect my who could happen then. Hey come on and join in. What is massively humorous? To me is how many people on the left. Who Heretofore have been arguing for gun. Control are now going out. They have no idea what they're buying. Yeah that's what they're going out and they're attempting to buy firearms now because they know they have to do something for protection. Glad we better we what we better do. Is We better? Make sure that the press is all over about how these two people drink a fish water and fish sanitizer. We gotTA talk about that. Make sure that nobody does that. I know attention to the guns. I've found some drain cleaner. It said sulfuric acid. It was under the thing. I'm sure I'M GONNA take that from my reflux later because it does contain A. I hear those acid trips are crazy now. I ever heard from my wife and about three hours after she drinks some of that acid in in drain. Okay I can tell you what we're GONNA do tonight. Honey we're going to put on some Timothy leary records on a record player in the recreation room and we're going to sit down. I'm just tripping on acid. I feel like this. Isn't the conspiracy theory side of me? I just feel like something. More insidious is going on when you've got them shutting down gun stores at the same time that they're letting criminals free from jail. I mean who knew all it would take for them to just say sure. Have on average guys you're back into. The general population was a virus. I will go ahead. I was just GonNa say I know that my attitude has changed towards a preparation and the world. I've always been a reasonably prepared person. I've ever been very deliberate and conscientious about my surroundings. Situational awareness in my home. But I find myself thinking in terms of home invasion and things like that because desperate ties caused desperate people and you find yourself thinking more and more about that so the idea that they're now trying to limit something that would personally protect you. That is a scary thought Glen. He thinks he's protected. Do you have. Kevlar Bank blankets. Plastic sheeting for fallout. I don't have yards cabanal front. You're not prepared so I will tell you. I don't remember what we were talking about. Now we're talking to Gush Joe Biden guns and letting criminals out into what I told Jill to do the entire some blast. Yeah I've got a shotgun. I'm not trying to take away your gun. Just shoot it through the door which is illegal which is illegal. But that's what he was recommending. I think the I think you're right Sarah to be concerned that you don't go into the conspiracy but there there are things that are going on and when you see when you see what they are with the documents. I'M GONNA be tweeting out the documents tomorrow. It's not a secret. Just no one's reporting on it when you see what they're actually doing in all of the branches you might be a little more paranoid and with a lot more of a reason to be and again that is Glenn that is tomorrow night at nine PM Eastern nine PM eastern Washington blaze. Tv is fears subscriber. You can have your friends. Watch it. Live on Either Pluto TV or the blaze YouTube channel. All right don't miss that. I'm going to be tuning and I I usually tune in but Glenn you now you've piqued my interest with Mike I'm sorry. I really solid a conspiracy theory. It's just putting some pieces together and saying okay. None of this is a coincidence. So let me just tell you we have a guest on and and I knew he would be a hostile because he's not coming from my point of view and So I said to the the booker I said. Make sure you tell them that. I think that we have a lot more in common than he thinks and when he accepted he say this how he said it yes. I'll do it but you tell Glenn Beck. We have nothing in common. So it's not like a conspiracy guy on the right. This is a guy who does not appreciate the right. Who has done some research into this? And I'm telling you he's credible and it is something that every American needs to know tomorrow night nine PM Eastern back in a minute. Yesterday's whole Wilbur Corona Corona Virus Bill. The Democrats rejected backfire on their party. Ninety percent of you said yes which is nice to hear I. I was confident the average American would see through it. Ten percent said no Today's poll. How long are you willing to stay quarantined four? Okay here you're here. You're options gentlemen. Two weeks one month six months or one year. Plus which if you say one year. Plus you're insane you six months you're inside. I agree weeks from now or two weeks total so another week. It's a great because two weeks from now. I don't think I'd say yes. Yeah I mean I say I say two weeks by willing to go a month if you really give me evidence six months. No no the only person who can answer that question fairly is. He's at home expendable. We're at the studio every day. Just brand each other's places a ghost town Glenn. Finally he realizes my evil plan however long it takes. I'm still coming to work. I call sensual whatever that means. Considering the fact that you're here and you're at home Glenn Heightened Owners Keppler just say it. Thousands count thousand out capital. Thanks for listening to the news and white matters. We hope you enjoyed the podcast. If you'd like to watch the program become a blaze TV subscriber and start your free trial now at blaze TV DOT COM.

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There were locked up abroad for tacking skinheads incited riots at their shows here in the states creatively driven by frontman. Glenn dancing the misfits invented what has come to be known as hardcore coming up in a hardcore scene that was as violent as it was inspiring. Growing up blend Dan's was. With the weird with strange with the horrific early comic books, heavy metal scandal rags, and B. Movies helped fill the void in him created by an ever-present feeling of alienation. This inspiration fueled him filled as immagination and helped him create one of the most enduring musical cult followings of all time. It also inspired him in his bandmates to create. Great. Unlike that music I played for you at the top of the show that was in great music that was a preset loop from my mellow. Sean called Robo Penetration M. K.. One. Up played you that loop is I can't afford the rights, the islands in the stream by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton in why would play that specific slice of middle ear cheese afford it. Because that was the number one song in America on October thirty, first nineteen, eighty three, and that was the day. The misfits played their final show. All hell, broke. On this. Teenagers from Mars Global Penetration when Dan's ignited living. Misfits. Jay. Brennan. This is disgraceful. Because of the obvious threat to untold numbers of citizens and because of the crisis, which is even now developing this radio station will remain on the Air India. Murdering Chicago eight student nurses in Chicago Community Hospital. Overnight suspect yesterday as one Richard Speck coonass dense accused of one of the most gruesome murder sprees of the, twentieth? Century. Glenn. Means Loney was barricading himself in hammering nails into imaginary makeshift plywood barriers to keep the horror of the world out. One, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, Glenn was just a child but he could tell the world was turning. From where he? Stuck in Lodi New Jersey, he could feel it. There was a darkness on the edge of town. Darkness compelled. He knew as a young boy, he was different. The horror seeping in through radio and television broadcasts appealed to more than so called normal adolescent interests, sports school television the new? York for Bob giants good government Andy Griffith show. What's Glenn. Care he found these things embassy boring how the rest of the world did care about these things blew his mind the fact that he couldn't relate alienated him from nearly everyone he came in contact with that school are in his neighborhood. That was the scary part, not the horror show on the nightly news but the alien nation. I walked down city streets on an unsuspecting human world inhuman in your midst. The world is mind on. The human world. Downright condescending who could say human who say was normal the vicious irony was that Glenn found so called normal to be scary Safak believe it to beaver types at school with their high tight boys, regular haircuts, their parents, their two cars, their garage five o'clock Martini hours and March well, show the fucking Hulu and sidewalk surfboards Glenn cannot relate to any of it and those who could the fact that they could scared the shit out of. Their mindless in their adoption of every new FAD television program or piece of Pat Sentimental music conformist zombies they were downright ghoulish to Glenn. Whatever they were near. He feels backbone tense up get that chill one. The told them things weren't right because everything about them these norms said to him you're not right clan. You're weird. Glenn buried the feeling it made them feel alone empty. He felt the whole inside of grow. It filled it in his young imagination with the kinds of things that seemed to only interest him. At. First, he barricaded himself in treating into the sanctity of his teenage bedroom and devoured comic books, magneto tales from the crypt. Horror Broadcast on local New Jersey Television Frankenstein Conquers the World Dracula vs Frankenstein revenge of the zombies and any and all nationally syndicated horror adventure programming glick get his eyes on. Also vampirish show dark shadows with Barnabas. Collins Glendon stopped there. He torn to the tabloids in Colorado as well. The National Tatler, it's happening with headlines emblazoned across their covers like dad eats baby sterilization may free killer mom hush. Magazine and confidential gave way to admitted mainstream fascinations for Glenn with Marilyn. Monroe and Elvis Presley which Glenn justified by claiming additional knowledge of less popular versions of those nineteen fifties icons. Roy. orbison whose darkness was overstated yet did little to curtail as mainstream success in Jayne Mansfield to died in a fiery car crash and was rumored untrue of course, but Glenn did not to have been decapitate. Glenn took all of this and and when he dared venture out into the world that offered him little beyond his bedroom malls to catch whatever B. Movies and French cinema he defined plan nine from Outer Space in Japan Romero's groundbreaking night of the living dead. Outside. Scared Lodi with it's horrifying conformist jocks future Frat boys with no tolerance for the weird. All of skin talion kid who was into all that quote Unquote Weird Shit. In the Jersey Devil lurking in the darkness somewhere outside Glenn suburban bedroom window in the woods the devil's own green. And the swamps of Jersey, the mafia's unofficial burial ground who killed Maryland Glendon. But he bet the men who utilize those swamps had. Rotted corpse sex decay her breasts of force locks. The air at night around once home had a different field and in the day the smell from the refineries toxins in the air mixing with the sound of the crickets, the peepers whatever they were disgusting insects soundtrack is nighttime world. Glenn kept the cracks. Sidewalk Shuffling. He could feel their presence whoever they were neighborhood bullies older calling him names heckling throwing rocks out from behind coming up fast. Glenn. Kept his head down and kept walking even if he didn't know them. They were Ricky Nelson squares. We're lucky they were born a couple years before Glenn were thus bigger. Glenn couldn't do anything about his diminutive height by. His body eventually, make him on fuck with goal by back. Then the morphine was done by the ghoulish conformance on his town. Glenn heard the local war that the refinery toxins made their way into the topsoil, the bugs, those people's soap talks and transported the chemicals into the water supply the result A- transportation of some locals who grew extra body parts from behind him. Glenn could hear the continued shift talk. Hey Eddie. Munster, where're you going so late? Where's the rest of the family may started humming the theme to the addams family snapping their fingers out of time like the Solis Thomas Johnson were. Their voices were multiplying rapidly a multiversity tongue spitting vile insults and now Glenn could feel there is. Burning in the back of his neck this is the girls night out Glenn. Knew it all girls go to hell in the back of his neck burn humans, hell bent on your flesh, the flesh of his neck bubbling under the radiation gaze of conformist bullying back his suburban dungeon. Transformed radiated moves ricky Nelson's no more now with so many is then all those is crowding up, they're human face Nazi, you've. Hideous. Deformed two-headed headed monsters covered in is an overload. Somehow Glenn made it home alive. went to his Little Electric Piano and started picking out notes humming melodies, Black Sabbath black. Sabbath burgling out from his subconscious Glenn. By the time he was in high school have become successful the album. Music feel less alone less of a target was empowering. And Glenn New then no more bullying at the hands of Freakish goals he'd make music and make himself in the something someone else someone they couldn't fuck with. There was a neighborhood. The Bass. Guitar was kind of a norm himself football player voted most popular. His old man was some kind of working class hero but but he was into the music. And not just Sabbath and the stooges and all this. But this new type of allow fast anti-foreign nonconformist music. There were calling punk the ramones generation x the sex pistols plus this kid who had drummer drummer who had a garage where they can Jan and perhaps the single most important qualifier was the fact that this kid the Bass player out of Van. You. Went by the name Jerry just Jerry only Jerry. Jerry. Killer. In. Chicago Christmas time. Patches cloud admits to raping, murdering and burying on his property approximately thirty young men and boys. The latest star Chris Year serial killer, Ted Bundy finally under arrest facing the death penalty in Florida after murdering and assaulting. Girls. Strangler in Los Angeles remains at large just last month the world was rattled by the Jones now map suicide and the month before at the brutal murder of fancy spungen by Rockstar. Is. The year, and then up until the very last day, it seems prompting many bike. A. Jerry only was making pasta for his friend Sid vicious infamous Bass player for the sex pistols who is rumored to have killed his girlfriend Nancy sponge. City, just getting out of jail that day the word was he was gonNA fight the case Mick. Jagger was footing the bill for his lawyer but said, didn't care all he cared about was getting high. Kicked his nasty heroin habit and rikers. But within minutes of getting Ou-, all I could think of is jacking something hot into his fame. He didn't care about Jerry's pasta either. LITTLE NO DS last meal. Cod. Jerry befriended he was a fan and he saw an opportunity. Had hit his version of Frank Sinatra's my way and Jerry new tour was in the works and wanted in on that action with his new band misfits. Jerry wanted the misfits back sit. It's not clear where Jerry only singer frontman for the misfits Glenn's alone was now going with the name Glenn dancing fit into his plan. Didn't matter SID would die that night of heroin overdose. Who is no skin off Glenn Dan's expect he never knew what to make sid vicious he understood Jerry's fascination with. Sid was famous and punk a very rare combination of time. Glen would never understand Jerry's fascination with sid mom, and beverly. And was there the night died with Jerry. The rumors were sickening Mommy Mommy Mommy. Mommy Live Mommy. Sid, vicious was pretty fucking far from alive after his mom left his room that night hotshot they've said. Lennon Jerry Hung with Sydney. Chelsea hotel where the couple was living glennon jerry busted and ended up spending the night jam. Smarter Heroin, which was everywhere the Chelsea especially on the first floor. But for thrown bottles up the Fire Escape Down West Twenty Third Street. Nancy wouldn't get off that easy. Psycho Seventy eight twelve o'clock don't be laid all this harvest this morning you put a knife right in. His exact look world, God at Don to Nancy. SID was. So smacked out at the time of deadly stabbing that even he didn't know counter Glenn Dancing didn't you fuck would seditious thought he thought he did it or at least thought enough of the bat shit crazy incident no that would make for one hell of a song. So he put pen to paper wrote up the lyrics to a new tune, about Nancy, spungen demise called it Harvard Business and headed into the studio with the misfits to get it on tape. Basis Jerry only friend. Sid Vicious at the time taking shepherding sids mom around town interested step making sure she was okay. Making sure she had an of drugs degenerate junkie that she was just like our son in general showing her time, which is how and Beverly Sid vicious his mom wound up at the recording session for Harvard business. The misfits song written about her son murdering his girlfriend. And sat control room either willfully ignorant her too high to care while Glenn Danza reimagined Alfred Hitchcock Psycho through song with vivid hardcore imagery. You don't go in the bathroom with me with you. I'll put a knife writing. Warning you I'll put a knife right in you all this hard business. My mirrors are black for you. What a fucking lyric my mirrors are black for you. It was Glenn, Dan, zags worldview handled through the murderous punk rocker sid vicious a worldview that took the ghoulish conformity society offered him and reflected back the blackness that drove to a nation, the worldview biting back this alien nation. This anger was at the core of the misfits music. They were louder faster angrier scarier than all their punk rock contemporaries, the Ramones, the clash, the pistols was pure nihilistic rage none can hold a candle to the hardcore brutality Glenn Danza and Jerry only were imagining and recording. Bullet the aforementioned Harvard business night of the living dead and Halloween scorching singles blasted with inferno ferocity off the tape telling tales of presidential assassinations. Zombie. Apocalypse, and riotous anarchy with dead cats hanging from Poles and besides any other abandoned, the time would have been lucky to count as lead single such was their Hooky infectiousness and originality attitude Hollywood Babylon teenagers from Mars last caress goals nine out in horror hotel. lyrically, all were steeped in the prepubescent Uis of Glen Dan's childhood bedroom. You can hear the tabloids smut in Hollywood Babylon the. Syndicated creature double features in our hotel night of the living dead, the cult rag exploitation of last caress I've got something to say I killed your baby today and it doesn't matter much to me as long as it's dead and of course, the painful adolescent alien nation and teenagers from Mars Dan's eggs broadside at the Ghoulish Lodi bullies and the therapy figures tried unsuccessfully to bend him to the conformist ways and shot him out as a child. While we senior three D. movies and violent abduction we blast your mindless structure inferior connection. gibberish lyrics to parents and mainstream rock and roll gatekeepers. But the secret serum for fifteen year old kids out on the margins trying to find their way through the perils teenage wasteland. Hearing the misfits for me at the age of fifteen literally changed the course of my life nothing I heard to that point sounded like misfits and I would hear nothing else is the same for as long as I had years music wasn't supposed to sound like this broken down shredded mobile by at times even out of two messy but precise filled with rage energy that I can uniquely identify with that was already coursing through my veins but to this point. UNTAPPED. It had no outlet until I heard the misfits and when I first heard the ban I literally wanted to break things. It moved me violence by friends and I don black hooded champion sweatshirts and took to the streets neighborhood a group of ten or more of a set of time and shouted the game vocals to misfit songs in the dead of night because the next time he can't take it next thought murderer relation in hate is all you WANNA know? Imagine sitting down and you're lazy boy after a long hard day of work in turning on your magnum Pi or your cheers to relax and hearing gang of fifteen-year-olds merging new streets singing in unison act the heads off little girls and put him on my wall. We called ourselves the hoods and honor the misfits logo. The Hood Crimson Ghost. Go ahead. Fuck with US WE DOOR EAGLES DARE Next Stop Nile Elation. What? Misfits Music Bosom viewed with violence rage. We've never seen them live. There were long broken up by the time we got turned down, but the influence of their recorded output in their live shows informed every Boston and New York hardcore band we saw back then but still as violent as the all ages matinees attended, they were nothing like the shows the misfits played were Glenn Dancing was no not only cost crowd verbally stage, but the also get into the crowd and physically. Sell fans for unknown tons and offenses. A growing audience of dedicated punk rockers did little to make Glenn, Danza feel less alienated sometimes, it seemed as though it only made his problems worse who the fuck were these kids get. It makes enough with the crowd was no doubt seen as less of a risk given the Glenn new views back by his bulky bass player Jerry only and Jerry's little brother Doyle on guitar both were former high school football stars in both muscle-bound. Jacked. ONSTAGE, they aspire to look like the monsters they worshiped on television on Saturday mornings growing up bulging biceps and pecks augmented with the black hair combed down over their faces. Misfits Patented Devil Lock a reverse DA with two mascarade eyes peering out behind it big platform heels, leather spikes, skeleton shirts, and skulls draping their amps sounds silly now. But at the time in the late seventies and early eighties, there was nothing like this music there was no hard core the misfits invented and there was hardly yet anything approaching God the closest thing the misfits was kissed but they were more schlock than shock more comic than killer kiss we're entertainers, the misfits were nihilist. which isn't to say that they were without ambition in the late seventies when they were starting out Glenn and Jerry hustled their band Oliver Lower Manhattan socializing inside outside would be GBS Max's Kansas City in Harare's other punk rockers trying to make their way. It was here at Harare's after a gig misfits shared with Britain's the Dan, a gig comedy PA and Blondie Debbie Harry and those in attendance that Jerry only somehow talk the damned and do allowing the misfits open for them on their European tour. Jerry was stoked he talked his old man in financing the band's first foray across on when they arrived and hooked up with the Damn. They were surprised to learn that they weren't actually booked onto any of the damn shows. Glenn was pest. So was Jerry what a fucking waste his old man was gonna put his nuts in a vise three grand and travel expenses down the drain. Jerry Glenn. Worked it out. So they can play a couple of shows opening for opening but without hey. Total. Bullshit, they bounced after. GIGOT. But before heading home the misfits hit the Rainbow Club policy the JAM. And Line trying to scam away into the show two skinheads started heckling them for the way they looked Glenn Jerry and then guitarist bobby still murdered out in all black an appre God. London, skinheads giving them shed. Glenn. Couldn't believe it different side of the same ghoulish coin supposed- nonconformist skinhead shitting on him for dressing differently something's never changed alienated was one of them but this wasn't like back. Lodi Glenn now knew how to fight and frankly didn't give a shit of the outcome. Plus Gerry Adams Back Jerry Lewis Jack. The skinheads lit. More Glenn took the bottle of Soda streaking from smashed the bottom of into a makeshift jagged glass dagger and dove straight at the skins a mainly. Smashing. Stabbing Doc Martens kicking grabbing wild Wolverine Fury and then nightsticks BIS and more kicks from unholy living dead toss back of the wagon in a free night's stay. In British how? We'll be right back after this word word word. Hey guys automobiles the leading provider of spoken word entertainment in audio books you need to subscribe to audible if you don't already get to titles a month and daily access to great news sites like the. Wall Street Journal I use my subscription for audio books to research ships. So it's for disgrace them and listening to Beastie boys audiobook that features a ton of different celebrity narrators including Snoop Dogg, Elvis Costello St. Bush Amee, Kim. 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Moaning someone pave Glenn was on the Ground Bobby Lane next to Jerry. Was Not there. His dumb luck must have prevailed again and there were iron bars and Glenn and Bobby were obviously on the wrong side of them. Concrete walls, it looked to have been chiselled out of a cave by disinterested slaves centuries ago. Within the walls thick iron loops no doubt where the chains when the ones connected to the shackles, there were no windows the whaling grew louder but remained faint as if it were there. Wasn't. The must in the air was stick and there were underground for sure trapped in some sort of medieval torture chamber Europe societies that were hundreds. If not thousands of years older than yours, you were bound to run into some weird shit and it appeared that Glenn, Danza and Bobby Steel and found themselves locked up for the result of the skinheads inside of an actual dungeon a London. Bobby knew immediately that they're unfortunate circumstance would make for a great song the to get down to it straight away, blocking out their fears and channeling them in music on the spot behind bars bobby. With his hands dies. The slop of his palms on his greasy jeans combined with the Natural Echo of the cell they're made for a hell of a makeshift backbeat. The faint moaning painful cries imagined or real. We've through grens machinations into a glorious bed of ghostly feedback that land top speed. In a fear induced blast of inspiration Glenn's words came barreling out. They called US walking corpses unholy living dead yet. They had lock us up put us in the British hell I don't want to be here. In London Dungeon I don't want to be here. You're British hell ain't no mystery why and misery in Hell The Misfits Song, London Dungeon written in jail. Upon the band's return to the states and released as the a side on the band's EP three hits from Hell in nineteen eighty one. The song makes a brief appearance on the band's masterpiece LP walk among us a year later as the live outra to the song mummy, can I go out and kill tonight the song despite its inspired origin played but a bit part on the band's fullest artistic state today. Walk among US brought the band to a new level of underground fame. The power of the album was undeniable the bad word selling out. Madison Square Garden or charting on the billboard top forty. But their shows were attracting more fans die hard committed fans as well as fly by night fans who just wanted to Gawk at the freaks on stage in black with the skulls and the eyeliner and the hair covering their faces. Glenn resented every last fucking one of them. Music the misfits it wasn't some novelty for despite the imagery, the comic and Har Influence the themes alienation and nihilism they were real. They came from a real place in the aggression and violence saints fired to Glenn. Dancing was very real treating it as anything less was an affront to his creative sensibilities not to mention an affront to him personally. Increasingly. It was obvious the Glenn that his bandmates did not share the same passion. The same motivation exterminate the whole Human Race Newton conformist schools that they were nothing illustrated this mortar Glenn Seen Jerry and his little brother show up for band practice in their father's van with van Halen's unchained blasting from the Stereo chugging cans of beer the two of the muscle-bound sod off t shirts he cut off teens looking like nothing more than a couple of ex me head jocks they were. How Fox? And wound up in a band with these guys. On tour. The band's fans weren't much better. Their shows violence they still were where now being populated by the smart set in college kids who'd somehow and hit the misfits and in general punk rocks growing popularity things were changing and if Glenn dancing was in careful his band, their image, his image, his art would be co opted by the very ghouls. He'd made strides his whole life to avoid. There were everywhere especially on tour in strange midwest and southern cities creeping around every corner peering leering looking for any opportunity to pounce to sink their flesh-eating soul-sucking teeth in the UN bleed you whatever it was that made you special Glenn wouldn't allow it to happen Jerry. Doyle could have their van Halen and football and whatever other mainstream rockstar McDonald's eating crap. They wanted Glenn wanted out. If, he couldn't get out just yet. Then he wanted darkness destruction wanted to fill the whole growing inside of him with something he could relate to just like when he was a kid but now as an adult. Wasn't that easy comic books in creature double features weren't going to cut it when the occult the afterlife in. Real. Darkness where all possible. The GIG in new, Orleans at night. Well. Glenn was inspired by the city. The magic in the air could feel knowle's ghosts, the living professor, Longhair Dr John The de Mamie Marie Lavar Marie Lavelle the voodoo queen of New Orleans the powerful priestess died in the nineteenth century but was rumored by locals to have continued her practice from beyond the grave. Marvel comics based the character in the nineteen seventies. A fact that was not lost on Glenn Dancing. Her brave was the exact type of connection. Glenn needed at the time. After the GIG Glenn in the rest of the misfits set out to find, Marie. lavelle is ancient tomb into conjure up some real darkness. Saint Louis number two cemeteries one of New Orleans oldest Catholic cemeteries it's graves are above ground vaults choose in mini mausoleums all rest on top of the ground to avoid New Orleans is high water table that rises up near the ground surface making subterranean burials impossible Glenn wondered about. Topsoil. Contamination. The night air stuck to their skin Glenn, the rest of the band. Jerry Doyle and Drummer Robo were accompanied by two strippers name poison and Venom who Robo is very priest to learn were more than happy to tease him by pleasure themselves with his drumsticks in the back of the band's Fan on the ride over. Glenn no time for such bullshit. Just, assumed, make his pilgrimage zone without having to suffer the foolishness of his bandmates and their new groupies. They made their way on foot through the maze of the dead. Air Heavier refund footfall. Crickets, peepers, whatever they were. They were back for Glenn Chirping out the disapproval snaking in and around there shrieking chorus the sound of the wind soft near dead but they're all the same heavy. On top of it hung the muffled sound of nine. Sound road up behind. It wrote up the back of glance net where was Maria Vos grave that nine Louder it's swirled up and behind him for a moment of blanketed heaven then passed on Ni- Ni- Hi there then gone not fully and not fully demonic either. There is a strange warmth to the sound of something inviting. Beckenham Glenn pulled him toward. He called it sodded out noon his heart. It would be tour tune in once they're Glen Newey get answers. The priests would provide he moved closer to the sound grew louder. He maneuvered over the tombs the sound became more and more real. He heard laughing floor rear demonic ghoulish hell hounds on his tail behead denying have given away too soft whispers to a chorus of soft white noise software joys. The broke through to a vision of white flesh beckoning get see it. Now he could in his mind he fought off the ghoulish. Following there was now soundtrack by different dogs are more Alice. carnivorous cannibalistic. It was poisoned venomous. He focused tried to block out the sensation the sound made them. Feel you feel it burning of his back cinching the flesh of his neck kept stride. Kept his to is a head, follow the white noise all division of white flesh went forward into the light. It grew more intense more real and there were voices real voices, actual voices he moved faster toward them faster toward life in a way from what lay behind him is banned his past the poison, the venom toward the priestess toward his future around the mausoleum blocking the light around the backside toward the voice is the whispers Iran's straight. into the arms of a new, Orleans police officer. Where you going, Eddie Munster. Glenn was sunk. It was US under arrest criminal trespassing. The next day the New Orleans Times Picayune ran the headline punk rock musicians arrested in cemetery. Word around the pump scene spread the misfits had been arrested. For Grave. Robbing. The numbers of citizens and because of the prices, which even now developing this radio station remain on the air in nineteen on this hour. Own Virtually. Army of. Love. Early Eighties, hardcore shows were unlike any other musical experience before or since these shows were distinguished by their extreme violence. Hardcore came after podcast dalliance with the mainstream in the major labels hardcore in its infancy was the more extreme version of Pumpkin. It sound it's fans its name in his life goes norms could hang punk shows. Norms could not hanging hardcore shows they would be stabbed or worse Hell Ben members performing on stage will be beaten stabbed or worse. But the hardcore scene didn't just leave behind a legacy pro-taliban marginalized teens outcast literal misfits who couldn't find their way through adolescence found a home in hardcore that proved to be its own island of misfit toys for wayward teens, young adults it was a place where you can truly be yourself. Individualism was encouraged. We're going against the grain was celebrated your identity didn't matter. You were whatever the fuck you were. Nobody could say shit because if they did they get beat down intolerance was not tolerated and neither was tribalism. You could be who you WANNA dance how you WanNa dress how you wanted fuck who you wanted fight who you wanted and none of it mattered because Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev we're GONNA, blow the world up immediately anyway. Not Spirit of individuality nihilism in destruction manifest on hardcore dance floors with a far more aggressive form of slam dancing the what came before in the punk scene. Bodies pummeled into one another with vicious abandoned the pit, not only house fists and Steel Toed Kicks from heavy engineer boots but also brass knuckles, knives and chains. The violence was legit and inspired early eighties hardcore bands, black flag, tesol circle jerks bad brains minor threat humbled their audiences with blasting beats and envel- swinging risks and their audiences were not afraid to pummel them right back in hardcore. There was no separation between band and audience. There were no bouncers. There was no security no. Protecting the sanctity of the Rockstar unlike punk and hardcore. rockstars that Shit didn't fly. These were the show is the misfits. And they didn't know it then but on Halloween nineteen eighty-three, they were walking on stage play their last show ever. By eighty-three, the worm started to turn in the hardcore scene tribes were taking root subsets, the larger seen skinheads, gang bangers, straight edge cans, college kids, hardcore kids, Gos- even Russ defiance you name it the spirit of hardcore allowed entry for one and all provided you had the steal an open mind. The irony however was at the tribalism was demolishing hard course spirit extinguishing its flame of individuality. Glenn Dancing, did know about all. You could just sense things were different and when he looked out onto the audience from the stage, things were starting to look a lot more like high school they were the hardcore scene. This dude didn't like that because that you rocked his hair this way and then the other Dude wore the wrong colored laces in his students. But that did had the wrong braces holding up his Levi's those over there from the suburbs didn't drink but the drug dealers were owed money from gang bangers. You hated the Rastafarians now hanging out with the Harry Christmas nobody like that. Even the goths who are disliked by nearly everyone and Blah Blah. Fucking Blah? It looked Glenn anxious for the band start their much anticipated annual Halloween show Detroit at Greystone home. One thousand strong and the. Glenn could feel there is all them is on overload staring him down burning into him ghouls bucking goals he thought. Behind him has been made cheerio me his little, Bro. Doyle. The two of them helping Goth versions of Paul Newman's handsome brothers Jack on shops, Eddie Van halen Ricin Gene Simmons correspondence courses too dumb to see the irony in the comic book carriages they turn themselves into jacked on the crowd care and their new drummer Brian Damage keats drunk behind the kit versed first Gig. This was now too much for Glenn, what the Hell it happened how would he ended up here in the beginning the misfits we're supposed to be rallying oural assault for all the kids who like Glenn couldn't fit in my mirror black for you Glenn, wore black and created the misfits in his image to reflect back onto the world the alien nation that the world made him feel the misfits is a band misfits fans were supposed to feel the same thing. But now this, this was something else bigger stranger monsters an abomination, a monster of his own creation, not by design by mistake. Ghouls. Kind of transmit Kinda ran. From the opening riff. Dead crowd -rupt more than just dancing bottles were thrown at the band. The audience spat up on stage rush the stage overtook stage slamming into Glenn Jerry Doyle before diving off into the pit on the dance floor, the audience swirl themselves into a massive cyclone. Fury. Glenn was outside. Himself could tasted fear. Jerry was Lubbock. Doyle couldn't decide if you've more in a plane throwing shoulders unsuspecting stage divers who had the misfortune of coming his way the new drummer Brian Damage couldn't keep up such was furious energy and pace. The Band said he dropped the beat on too many times. Those first few songs doyle made an executive decision on the fly drop guitar rushed the drunk hip grabbed Brian and literally through stage he pointed necker as drummer and fred todd swallow who had opened show was standing on the side of the stage Europe swallowed up behind the kit and the misfits continued with amid set line of change without missing a beat. It was the last Straw for. This was a circus. This was nihilism. You think you is on the scene some monster magazine will open your eyes Saint. nope. Battisti boy this ain't no love and the same no happened in the same no fear of my arm. The crowd. The different sects warned amongst themselves. Stupid. Me Sheep wasted an endless parade of stage dyers and slam dancers avoiding the coming apocalypse instead of taking it head on. The song, the band was playing broke down unceremoniously. Glenn new at then he was done. He grabs Mike and shouted allow show. The band then lodged the next Sandra set, but plant was gone onstage. Sure still there. Yes. But purely going through the motions mechanic. Solis. goody thought just like the crowd. He floated he looked down at the crowd could see them now morphing changing shape shifting into an amorphous blob sound of the band slowed in his head to dirge swallows. Hi, hat was replaced by the charming peepers. Feedback swirled itself the sharp hitchcock and Staccato Psycho Stress Jerry's base plotted big thick heavy sold franken sidesteps rhythmically time to the be the slow moving crowd now, pushing its way on the stage. Ghouls Solis conformist goals all wanting to play the part of the birding punk rock frontman clad in black hardcore elvis cast a star, their own private Halloween Marnie. Rain of has been activated radiation. Trans The fear flooded back. There is no barricading himself in up their bedroom, hide it just an open stage that was now being flooded by ghoulish conformist Sondhi's the death in there is was evidence may grabbed oil i. he swung his acts precision bringing them back off the stage, but they kept coming more than with every swing. The grabbed his biceps pulled at his thighs one grabbing by the back of his head with both hands and tore news teeth of his teeth ripping the flesh young guitarist feast, consuming it on the spot with the blood dripping from the goals mouth. The other goals smelled the feed pull doyle down off the stage into the pit in torn. Limb, from limb. On, the other end Steve Brother Jerry was in shock. The goals took advantage of his State and pummeled in from all angles, ripping into his skin and tearing his innards feasting on him on all hallows eve. Right out the openness punk rock public square. Todd swallow dropped a sticks made for the exit backstage but was tripped up immediately dragged off into the dark. His screams could be heard throughout the entire concert hall sheer terror. The girls did not stop coming to the stage coming from Glenn like entrenched soldiers taking to a hill zombies crawling over one another moving slow like molasses toward their feast fighting their way to the top of the heap the goals conformist all marching through to once and for all exterminate he who shall not be conformed to this world he who shall not be transformed by the renewing of his mind the mind he knew it all along the damn conformist possession of a mind is a terrible thing. It's a transformation with urged kill this with the bodies of men from Earth is what the faces of the ones you love. Grab. Dose Acts, and hacked his way to the coming goals to the back stage. He's sworn wild violence raining one decapitating another. Once inside the backstage alone with that familiar alien, he began the familiar routine of barricading himself in stacking furniture against the door hacking nails and ripped up plywood across the doorway and the goals did not stop. He could hear them outside. He could also hear sirens in the growing sound of gunfire, a blaze of bullets from outside no doubt authorities there to save the day and more guns, the sound of bullets flying everywhere and soon the. Sound of the nine schools trailed off now he could hear men Cubans coming forward to help to see him. 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Ep 278 | MSNBC Now Likes Guns? | Guests: Jason Howerton, Justin Haskins, Aaron Colen

The News & Why It Matters

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Ep 278 | MSNBC Now Likes Guns? | Guests: Jason Howerton, Justin Haskins, Aaron Colen

"Welcome to the news. And why it matters. I am Sarah Gonzales joined by fresh faces today, a whole new never before seen panel. We've got Jason Howard tan social media guru here at blaze TV, we've got Justin Haskins who is the executive editor of the heartland institute. Thanks for being here. Justin. And we have got Aaron colon a writer at the blaze dot com. Thank you, gentlemen. For joining me today. I can just feel the testosterone in the Rome. All right Jason. What's the top story for you? I want to talk about Venezuela, socialism and gun control. In the fact that I miss NBC loves the second amendment. All right. Wait. I'm sorry. You said MSNBC Muslim she loves the second amendment. All right. Justin wanna talk about socialism in Venezuela. Which is now collapsing has been collapsing for a while. But we're on the verge of something big happening in Venezuela. Right. Aaron and I want to talk about. Kirsten gillibrand trying to use taxpayer money to funnel cash to campaigns to save her own campaign, which is not doing so. Well, gosh. Wow. What a giant Mesler n lot to get into. But I wanna thank our sponsor American financing. So I love working here at the blaze because I hear stories like Glenn actually was approached by American financing a long time ago before the crash, and he said, no, I don't believe in doing business with institutions like yours, and this whole big thing is going to spiral out of control. And I'm going to distance myself from all of you and come back to me after all of all of that happens and American financing said all right? We respect that. And they actually did end up coming back to him. And they said, actually, we're fine. We were not giving out loans that we shouldn't be giving out and we do business the right way. So we're still here, and we're still doing great. And it was at that point better. Glenn finally. Okay. Now, I trust you. We don't do business with people that we don't trust. And the folks at American financing. They're they're good people. They're in it to help you. They're not commission based which is huge in that industry. They're not looking for, you know, the the kickbacks from the banking companies. They are there. They are salary based. They're just there to help you you can go to American financing dot net or you can call eight hundred nine zero six two four four zero. If you are looking to buy sell you need alone American financing dot net. All right, Jason MSNBC. You said is there? They're all about the the guns. So they're all about the gun. So they've had a had a a change of heart after watching what's happening Venezuela. So I if you're not aware of Venezuela's gun policy, they actually ban guns outright in two thousand twelve. That's I mean, that's common sense gun. Commonsense. Gun reform to ban private ownership completely. And then fast forward seven years in there. The government is open. And firing on citizens in the street who have no access to firearms whatsoever. So MSNBC watched all this play out. And the I think it was an accident accidentally stumbled upon the idea that when the government has all the guns and the people have no guns. They have no power against the government. The government has all the power. And I'm sure once that lightbulb clicked I'm sure a lot of producers were like crap. Just locked job. Now, some somebody's in trouble. So do we have that clip? We check out. Let's watch it with the help of Russia and other outside forces Madero is hanging on not only hanging on. But he appears to still control the military. You have to understand in. Venezuela gun ownership is not something that is open to everybody. So if the military have the guns, they have the power and as long as nNcholas Maduro controls the military, he controls the country. Wow. So it's like it's like this idea that if a bad guy gets an office in the population has been disarmed it could end up very badly. I mean, it's not like it's happened in history before Hitler Mao USSR. Like, no, it's never happened before. It could never happen here. It's never happen in America. I got a lot of flack for that on Twitter from from the left, you're saying, how are you gonna find the American government this and that I'm like they're so like missing the bigger point of this. It's not to engage in an all out. We're one it's deterrence that armed population is is, you know, you're not going to you're not going to open fire like that in Venezuela against people who are carrying firearms. Right. Like, it's just it. It's it's a tragedy. Waiting to happen. Right. It's loss of life. So just having an arm population who values gun rights. It's a huge step up against irony. Right. And that's what it's about. It's not about engaging in tit for tat war with the US government. Obviously. I don't want that. I don't think we will ever need that God forbid, but I certainly am not going to be disarmed. Victim who can't protect my family. Even just in the if the economy collapses and society kind of breaks down a little bit. I don't wanna be victim in people like that just think that nothing bad can ever happen in this country because it's America. And it's just not true. Like, we're not we're not exempt from the ways of the world people before us what through greater things great depression. And all these other things we're not special in. So to to be to be armed is to not be victim. And that's what I'm about. And so I'm glad MSNBC kind of came around to that. And they by accident by accident. Yeah. I'm sure they'll stay consistent on that. Throughout. Yeah. Okay. Right wing redneck with your Gun Talk. I got a lot of that. Yeah. I'm sure I'm sure that you did the thing that really amazes me kind of blows my mind about their whole argument is that they sit there, and they say Donald Trump is a, you know, a Nazi and fascist and a sociopath and a big Meany head. And also we want to give him all of our guns. But you even worse than that, you see this with the with police, they're always telling us the police are the most racist people in the face of the planet that we can't trust any of them. And then they want to take away from everybody else. Right. So you want the people who you think are all a bunch of horrible tyrannical racist to be the only people with guns that doesn't make any new talking point should be is that we want the policy that is anti Hitler. I I'm for the gun policy. That is the opposite of Hitler would be great message. Hitler loved gun comp. Discussion I'm anti Hitler. I am for for gun. Yeah. They're they're they're talking about banning guns in the same sentence. They say also Donald Trump is Hitler. Doesn't you know, what people don't say you when they people attack you for being paranoid about keeping your guns. They don't see that. This happens piece by piece at happens in small increments. It doesn't happen where they take all the guns and one day it starts with. Well. It's air fifteen will. Then it something else. Then before you know, it nobody has anything. And so it just happens gradually, and nobody pays attention to it until it's too late. Well venezuela. I saw a report I read it thoroughly. So I'm not going to be too specific. But they're they're, you know, they're talking to Venezuelans who severely regret giving up their right to own a gun because in the moment. It's like when Venezuela was wealthy and things were going. Well, it's like, well, we don't we don't really need the guns, right? Everybody's happy. And then under the way to socialism it collapses. And then all of a sudden, it's a completely different world. And to not have a gun in that world is a is a really scary thing. One of the things that amazes me about that. Is it wasn't that long ago that we were rounding up Japanese Americans citizens and German American citizens and throwing them into concentration camps and taking away all of their property. And then I'm supposed to believe that it's impossible that we could live in this society where maybe the government becomes too powerful. And they start killing people wh- really that wasn't that far away from that. And if somebody came to my house and said, we're gonna take your family away because they happen to be Japanese American or something I mean, shouldn't people have the ability to defend themselves against that. Should everyone just voluntarily March into a concentration camp? I mean, that's I guess what they're expecting us to do other. They're expecting you to say, there's nothing you can do about it. So you might as well not have a gun. Guess that's into me. I'm like, that's not my not my attitude. It's like on one hand they play on the prosperity where it's like every. Things. Okay. You don't really need these guns. It's not that dangerous. But then when I, you know, a mass tragedy happens, that's when they also play on your fear and say, this is why you need to give it up. So they kind of get you on both sides playing on the comfort and playing on the fear and the danger that exists out there, you bring up a guy point also jets, and that, you know, I know they're a lot of younger Americans out here. Don't really like I don't know reading or looking at a history book. So they might say, oh, okay. Like, the all that bad stuff happened a long time ago. We don't have a need for, you know, protecting ourselves from Toronto government because that was like the eighteen hundreds or something. But then it's like we'll turn on the television. Let's talk about what's happening in Venezuela right now. Currently you think that that couldn't happen to us? I mean, it's not even talking about things that happened. So long ago we're talking about today right now in Venezuela. And they were where we were at where we're at. Now they were at ten years ago. Consequences of living in the greatest country in the entire history of the universe. Is that you do get into this mode of what will never go away. But just a brief look at history all countries rise in all countries fall period. Like, we are not the forever world power. Whether that's three hundred years from now hundred thousand like eventually America will not be what at the way, we know it today and once that day comes so I'm not fighting for my right to fight the government with my guns. Right. I don't want to do that. I don't intimidate having to do that. I'm thinking. If I have to do and then five I'm I'm thinking of my son son might maybe my sons grandsons who may be might be in a situation. That's not as awesome as the one that we're currently living in America. So you gotta think big picture not little tiny raisin, Justin. I want to get into what is happening and Venezuela right now. And how how did how did they get to this point? I mean, if you go back twenty years of Venezuela's, one of the most successful countries in the world. Per capita in one of the most successful wealthiest countries in the world, the wealthiest country in South America at one point in time, and now because of their socialist policies of they are descending indicate I mean, they've already descended into chaos at this. You tell me because the the socialist party of America, they like to troll me on on Twitter. And they always say, it's not real socialism. Can you break that down here? Yeah. It definitely is real socialism the way things worked out. It's really simple Venezuela for a very long time was building up all sorts of social programs in the country. The people were becoming very dependent on the government, and they were able to pay for it because they have massive oil reserves, like Saudi Arabia style oil reserves, they're paying for it with all of these oil revenues. So that was all the way up until nNcholas Maduro took over once nNcholas Maduro took over the oil prices collapsed. And when they collapsed they had to make a choice. Do we? Cut back on all of our government programs because now we can't pay for it anymore oil revenues running out or do we just double down on it and continue going forward and print the money? That's what they did. When they started printing money, they realized well, we need to control the economy and other ways to we've gotta be able to manage it. And so they put into place all of these socialistic policies. They started building massive amounts of infrastructure and buildings and things basically buying off people for votes, even though they had no way to pay for it. And this is kind of what we're doing here in the United States. I mean last I checked we have twenty two trillion dollars of debt, and we have absolutely no plans on narrowing that gap, we're going to have a trillion dollar deficit probably this upcoming year. Who's talking about fixing that no one in the opposite is happening? The Democrats are saying, hey, let's spend more money. Let's have single payer healthcare. Let's have the green new deal. Let's do all of these policies that are gonna drive as even deeper into debt and how we gonna pay for it. Print money. It just goes to the blindness that again, we talk about that prosperity can bring to people like us in America where we don't see ourselves in Venezuela. We don't see that the things that happened. There can happen here. We think, you know, for whatever reason that we're immune to that. Even though when you really dig into it, humans are humans governments our governments the same things can happen over time. If you let them, and you know, to to kind of build on that I think that we also think we're we do think we're immune to it. We also think that we have it hard because we we can't we don't see it from their perspective. Right. Like, we don't we don't we don't travel to Venezuela for vacations. Right. So we're not actually seeing it firsthand. And so we live in this bubble where we think that the feminist think that they don't get free tampons and they have to pay more for their razors. They're lady razors, and we are somehow the the model of oppression. And it's just like they just have no idea because we are. So. This country is so great. We have no baseline for what it really is to actually suffer and be oppressed. And I do think that that is a big part of it also in this is important and think about how this is covered in the media. And if it's covered in a way to where we look at them, and that's just that's other people. That's another thing versus covering in a way to where you say, these are people that are going through something that we have to be aware of the media coverage shape. How people will think about it. And we'll say how people react to it. How people vote how people be policies, and unfortunately, I think they take advantage of that far too often back in a minute. When we get back into the conversation and want to thank our sponsor real estate agents. I trust dot com. So it turns out that the guy that smiling at you like this on the giant billboard is not actually the person who probably knows the most about your area when you're looking for a new home. And I'm not sure if you guys are aware of this. But when you buy a house, that's probably going to be like, the biggest investment you ever make in your life, no pressure. So you want to make sure that you are getting the right real estate agent. So don't go with the billboard guy. 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I know, you know, you've got I've got a story here about her. But she was also the one who was weightlifting too, right? Oh, my. Let us. Oh. Well, and of course, we also know she is speaking of restaurants where people are just trying to get them somewhere. Just trying to get them something kicked off her campaign at Trump Tower. That's not an attention seeking. She really oh, gosh gillibrand. All right. What's she doing right now? She's trying to propose a policy that would give that would make voters eligible for up to six hundred dollars per election cycle as a voucher to donate to campaign of their choice in the house the Senate in the presidential election. She calling it democracy dollars. He's going to give democracy dollars. Because. Possible. Somebody in the control room can pull up my tweet about shoot bucks, and this in this amazing democracy dollar stunt. I can't I just I'm not sure you pull it up and read it to us. Okay. So her idea is to take big money out of politics. She's going to candidates would only be eligible to receive this money. If they say, we're not gonna take any donations above two hundred dollars as opposed to the normal max of twenty eight hundred so candidates would have to say in order to access as money. I'm the only gonna take these relatively small donations. And so that's her, you know, her big idea to keep big money out of politics. And what that was funny about it was that, you know, President Trump's fundraising numbers recently came out, and it turns out that about ninety nine percent of his donations where two hundred dollars or less. So it seems like, you know, he's already kind of working without the democracy dollars. I think he's doing. Okay, not sure if she could seriously, but solve a real problem here or not. But it's at the taxpayer's expense. And you talked about the deficit and spending all this extra money, and she's just trying to spend more of our money. What's interesting about this? That they're calling it democracy dollars. But the top twenty five percent of income earners pay eighty five percent of the tax revenue. So basically, you're just forcing rich people to give money to to base Democrats. That's pretty much. Clearly are not voting. It's it's amazing. I mean, that's really astounding they're calling it to mock rec- is if there's some sort of choice, right? There's no choice. You're you're giving that money to somebody else who has a choice to spout to spend your money. I mean, that's insane. You find it Jason. I did. Yeah. So if you don't know this amazing office episode where Dwight comes up with this idea to give out a shoot bucks to everybody in the office. And. Pretty much MIR's this perfectly. So I put those two side by side the quote from the show what's the exchange rate of Stanley Nichols to shoot box same as the ratio of unicorns to leprechauns, which is basically the same exact idea for from Democrats that they just pull they think we just have unlimited money that just appears on it, which I guess, technically. More money, and then it never nothing ever happens. There's never any consequences to that. I wish I could I had that same kind of ability in my own household. From priorities aspect. You think you know, if you're if you're a candidate is this your main policy is this what you want to prioritize what we're gonna spend billions of dollars on. I think if you know if a quarter of eligible voters us their six hundred dollars, it would end up costing something like thirty five billion this more on the media. That was like all you have all they're trying to do is to get a headline like we're not focused on the issues. We're not actually having like what I feel like they should have to do every candidate is go on something like the Joe Rogan podcast, and like have it three hour conversation on policy like not don't give me your chute boxe. Don't give me these talking points at five trillion dollar climate change, your ninety three trillion dollar green new deal gone sense. Like, let's talk about policy, and how are you going to make America better? But instead this is what we do. Just these one off things just to get a quick headline to try to rise up in the polls. And I think that's more of an indictment on the media than anything else. And I will say credit. Credited. Do Andrew Yang has real right? He went on with Ben Shapiro. And I will say Bernie hasn't gone on a podcast like that. But he did do a town hall with Fox News. And he is like it or not he is an ideologue he does have specific policies. They're crazy. This is a time to call out Eric's wall. Well, who he slid into my DM's? And then he did late at night too. By the way, he slid into my DM's to to basically mock me said, thanks for following me in responding to all my tweets, God bless like in a very dismissive way. One. I don't follow him. So that was kind of a missed opportunity, but I responded to him. And I said, okay. You know, what if you want to have a substantiated gun debate on blaze TV, I'm sure they wouldn't mind to give us some airtime. I cleared it with my boss said if he says, yes, or are we good absolutely no response because it's not what he's interested in it. He's interested in the quick. Let me try to make Huffington Post for five minutes about dunking on a conservative. To work to remind people. He's running for president. Also, I don't know if you guys know this, but he is a country music listener country music listener, come to Texas and debate me on guns. If you're really, you know, so proud of your stance of gun confiscation that you call a gun buyback program. But he won't he won't. He won't do it. He'll tweet he'll do whatever he does to try to get some attention. But he won't actually dig into the issue because it's a losing issue. I think one of the most important things about this just points out. Just how easy it is to be a democrat. I guess so easy to be all you have to do is come up with a plan to doesn't even have to make sense. And not a specific plan to general, general humane, the slogan acute title, maybe a Bill name with an acronym in it or something. And then you just give no way to pay for it doesn't even necessarily make sense. Sometimes it's not even internally consistent, and you just throw it out there. And if it backfires, then they'll conservative pouts get cover for wanting to regulate California, or whatever you're trying to do. You don't even have to really answer for your bad ideas. Never your take infect your your warded for it as you said with media headlines with Huffington Post. Backing you with New York Times saying, oh, well, you know, a fact check Donald Trump didn't get the message, quite right? And now all of a sudden, it's well, maybe there's some half truth to it. It's it's just totally insane start yet. We're not even at the debates yet. Okay. Now, I'm depressing packing. That is actually. Or? It just so happens that all of us lovely people sitting around this table are going to also be part of a really big event tonight. It is called socialism a warning from the dead, and it is at eight eastern seven central. It'll be on blaze TV live. It's going to be on YouTube live. It's going to be for free. Make sure to watch it. Here's a sneak peek. Socialism is on the rise. Despite being responsible for the deaths of hundred million. The full collapse of the Soviet crumbling nations. North Korea, Cuba Venezuela. To tell -tarian beliefs stage. Socialist are coming out of the shadows. Worlds. It's already infiltrated. Our government dismantled our values brick I-, devastating brick. I talked to people all the time. They'll say, no, we don't have anything to worry about. It can't happen here. The constitution will save us. We found document that was smuggled into the United States through the iron curtain in nineteen sixty. My researchers found it again. It's the blueprint of how to legally and within the framework of our own system. Take over a country and flip. We see it for what it is. A roadmap. To socialism a warning from the dead. Up next enjoy bonus overtime content from the news. Why it matters available exclusively for podcast listeners and blaze TV subscribers. Not a subscriber. Start your free trial at blaze, TV dot com. Financial expert, Charles blockhouse was speaking on the house floor about Medicare for all. And he had some very interesting things to say specifically that doubling income taxes. Let's double all of our income taxes. Not even that would pay for Medicare for all costs watch. Obviously such enormous numbers of very difficult to grasp we're talking about eleven to thirteen percent of our GDP in two thousand twenty two rising to thirteen to fifteen percent of GDP in twenty thirty one being added to the federal ledger, and we simply do not have historical experience with permanent government expansions of the size. So to provide a sense of the magnitude the study notes that doubling all currently projected federal individual and corporate income taxes would be insufficient to finance even the lower bound estimate that thirty two point six trillion dollars. That's fine. Because says we should just raise it to what seventy percent ninety percent taxes, and then maybe that'll pay for like three quarters. You're totally you're taking her out of context, and you're not giving her her due credit. I. I love to give her credit where. Nearly berry clearly she explained you just pay for it. We find a way to pay for it. That's trial. So you just pay Willett. You just will. It is interesting. The that tax proposal that she had. It was raised the top marginal rate on people making ten million or more to seventy percent, which is astounding and immoral but the tax foundation did an analysis of it. And they said that best it would raise three hundred billion dollars in the first ten years three hundred billion with a B dollars for thirty two trillion dollar program over the same period. So if you do the math that's your one percent, not like the best at math. But I feel like that's not less than one percent of the cost. So they have no way to pay for again. It's you print the money that is the solution to everything, and that's the general public perception of these huge numbers that is that it's not real as people hear this stuff. And they just kind of tune it out because it's like, well, deficits, whatever it's just print the money. So people don't grasp how. Untenable these plants are well, yeah. I mean, that's a great point. Because we've been hearing about this for a long time. But we're already at you know, how many trillion dollars into trillion, right? And and my life isn't affected by that right now. So it's just fine. Right. Like these are just imaginary numbers. We're just playing with monopoly money, it's fine. And of course, we don't get any realistic media outrage that we would get. I mean, imagine if Trump wanted to do anything that was that expensive right something that was Trumpian who built a statue that was ninety three trillion dollars. And he says here's how I'm going to pay for it. It barely covered. Three hundred billion. Do you think the headlines would be what they are for for stuff like green new deal? No, it'd be they laugh him out of the white have Democrats complaining about his what twenty billion dollar original proposal for a wall and saying we should billion dollars. But then they want spend ninety three trillion dollars on the green new deal and all of the socialist programs. Well, Awal is racist. And. Oral and all of these socialists programs are very warm and fuzzy and make people feel good inside. I mean Medicare for all they want to save people Justin because I don't know if you know this, but our current system, especially before ObamaCare, if people just dying in the streets, just walk out into the streets, and they'd die. They don't get medical care. Because those doctors men they are they are cruel. They will not treat you you. Don't get care. You just go die. The amazing thing is is that for very long time. It's been the law throughout the United States that if you have an emergency they have to treat you. They can't turn people away who are in a medical emergency. Now that doesn't mean that there aren't problems. There are lots of problems with the healthcare system tons of them, but putting the same people in charge who can't figure out a way to run the postal service without losing three point nine billion dollars every year Amtrak without losing almost two hundred million dollars every year in the VA healthcare system. If I mean, if you can't deliver mail and run the trains, why would I put you in? Charge of the entire healthcare system, which is like twelve or thirteen percent of our GDP. We're seeing with ObamaCare, and once you get something like that in place. It just becomes so difficult to roll it back into correct the issue. Once you see that it doesn't work like it was supposed to that's right. And since ObamaCare was implemented premiums premiums have doubled. We were told there were going to be pro family's supposed to save twenty five hundred dollars or something like that each and they're now paying twice as much. I mean, they all these promises they get made repeatedly year after year after year the programs never worked the way they're supposed to work. And then it's okay. Well, we just need more money. And that's always the solution. Everything again, really easy to be a democrat. Yeah. And not only just the money. But I mean, the quality won't care has gone. It would go vastly downhill it has gone vastly downhill, but a Representative Jim McGovern he's here to tell you nothing is going to change. Everything will stay the same. It's weird because I feel like I feel like I'm having deja vu. When I listened to him watch lose the healthier with Medicare for Royal? I mean, you would actually get to keep your doctors in go to your hospitals that you currently have the only difference is you wouldn't have to deal with insurance companies, and I don't know about you. But that's not my favorite thing to do. When I get sick favorite thing to do is dealing with the government. Better. Like it goes by so smooth, even all. Even on a small scale, it goes really smoothly, and it's very well organized. Yeah. The other thing you won't have to deal with quality healthcare on Medicare for all. You're not deal with that. At all. Would you might have to deal with? I mean, you might want to deal with it. But you don't get you don't get to because you call the government, and they don't answer, and they don't care about you. But, but yeah, you're talking about going to a system where six month, wait times. People people die on that type of healthcare of socialized medicine. They die waiting to get care. And I feel like that's something. We we don't actually talk about to your point. We talk about the cost. We talk about everybody will have healthcare. But we don't actually talk about what type of healthcare we can have. And I mean, we're talking about this. We're having this conversation. Wow. We can look at study. After study that shows, you know, I think it was people in the UK under the NHS system are four times more likely to die from some sort of procedure that a similar procedure would take place in the United States four times more likely to. Die for just something minor. I guess minor. But if it's a very very serious issue that they're getting treatment for its seven times more likely to die. But just the seven times. I mean, it could be worse. I mean in Canada, just looking there's been all sorts of studies to Frazier in stupid soda. Great study where they look at wait times every single year. I mean, if you need neuro if you need a brain, but brain surgery spine surgery from a neurosurgeon, you wait on average, ten months, and there's also there when medically necessary elective surgery tell there was a dock she's a family. I forget her name, but she's a family doctor in Canada who is very outspoken about this. And she posted a picture on social media of a copy of a referral letter that she got back, she referred one of her patients to I believe it was a neurosurgeon and kid you not the letter said just letting you know, our wait time is now four point five years. Legit four point five years. I was thinking I hope this person doesn't have a brain tumor or. Or something where they're gonna need care right away because they're not going to get it. And we'll in in Canada, if you if you have money, do you have any money at all? And you're in that situation you go to America. That's exactly what I was going to say because how much do you want to bet how much I would bet my retirement account that the people who would pass this Bill would not have to live under this Bill. Right. You pass Medicare for all? You don't have senators and in these powerful lawmakers waiting six months to get treatment. Right. That's the thing that always makes me the most ingrates for the people. It's never for the for the what's the saying? It's for socialism for the for the people not for the socialist itself. And that's the way ObamaCare was they had their own little carve out because they can't they can't be involved in in inconvenience in their healthcare. I also want to get into something that you touched on Justin. I think that it's kind of first world problem that we have that we say, okay, we have a lot of we have a lot of issues with the current health care system. Right. I'm again, I'm on board with that. I'm not. Saying that we don't however, we look at that and say, we'll know we need to tweak this and make it better. Okay. That screw things up. Okay. Now, we need to tweak that and make it better. And I think that our vision is to have some perfect healthcare system. No flaws everything runs smoothly. And it's a utopia. We were never going to achieve. No one has it. No, one could send her fix healthcare to three hundred fifty million people whose complicated or something know. No. Able to be framed about quantity, and how many people have healthcare. And so the Republicans are the ones trying to take it away in the debate is not about what we're talking about which is quality. And whether you get the treatment that you need on time. And that's just as important. All right. So I think I'm about to set Jason off here. A powerlifter. Her name is Mary Gregory and congratulations to marry because she just smashed multiple women's world records in one day. She she was just crushing it and minor detail. Also, she's a dude. So I'm sure you are all shocked to learn that. That's a dude that Mary over here is a beating females in the sport in which you have to be strong. Jason look I'm going to be. I'm going to be polite. More than you anyway. Well, that's not far. I'm sure Mary. I'm sure she's lovely. She's not my my type, but I'm sure she's a lovely gender. Women are not your time. But I'm sure she's lovely. I'm sure she's nice. And I'm sure she whatever. But I feel like we have gone to a point of insanity that is hard to even rectify at this point. You're talking about a a biological male with with the bone structure with unthinkable. Advantages in strength in in muscle structure, in just the ways hips owner like all these different advantages, and then to say that that is fair to me in this is how this is how insane we've gotten in ten years time. If you would have said what I heard this comedian, Adam Khan over say on the Joe Rogan podcast that men and women are that men. Do not have a physical advantage over women in sports. It's more that society has created sports that that that advantage the male body, right? So the male body that is bigger that is stronger that can run faster they can hit harder. Well, then hold on. It's just that men have on average forty percent more upper body strength and thirty percent more lower body strength than women. So it's just it's just the forty bucks. We would have made sports that have nothing to do with strength. Nothing to do with speed nothing to do with power, then shirt. There's no differences at all between them out winning time. We'll see exactly see. Wow. See? But what does it matter though, because we've we've created all of these sports even sports men have advantages. That's why we have women's sports, and we have men's sports the same the women's basketball and men's basketball precisely for that reason right to create equality in those situations. Eighty under his theory and get rid of all let's let LeBron play with with and see what happens needs to play ping pong against Mary. That's what you're will not marry somebody else. What you're saying? We've already we've already seen in. I mean, we we toyed around with this transgender thing and a woman got her skull broken talk because you're talking about a man's fist. His knuckles going into a woman's face in what universe is that? Okay. Check out with domestic abuse. Was in. And it's to me you're putting women women's lives in danger. We're not just talking about unfair. We're talking in MMA you're talking about dick die. I think in Texas. There's a high school wrestler highschool. Wrestling was dealing with the same thing. And there's girls shockingly the transgender woman who is actually a dude was winning destroying people. Much fun. Yeah. No. You know, it's funny. You look at how far we've gone how far we've shifted in such a short amount of time. Let's I'm trying to think of when this. I talk about boys scouts, right? And it was like well, the girls need to join the boy scouts, and I feel like we've just kind of they up ended this movement of I it was about the females the females needed to be equal to the males females should be able to join everything that males should be able to join now they've completely detached themselves from females and they're saying actually, we don't really care as much about you women as we do this new special interest group, the LGBT Q I r s group, and we're going to leave you guys to fend for yourselves, and now we're going to latch onto the transgenders. I mean, if I was a feminist I piss, you know, we're the feminists. I mean, we're why aren't they does they speak their destroyed their beaten into? Who was the pro golfer who dared to say, it wasn't fair that men compete with women and she got completely obliterated by the media by the left, and then people are afraid to say anything you really believe in clause. You would speak up. Anyway, don't you think? Yeah. Definitely. And can you imagine being in the place of the person who comes in second in the woman who comes in second? Can you imagine the frustration that you would feel and you've you've trained in some cases, maybe all your life for this? And then to lose in that way. And you sit yourself I mean, come all the woman said, you how about the woman who broke the world record that that Mary broke world records shattered. What about the women who set those records, and now here it's gone Sapir for nothing because a dude can dead lift three hundred pounds. I can deadlock three hundred pounds. So what actually competing with you today? Mark this on the record books. Do they does that become something that you put an asterisk by? Or did you put a note by the same division? There's all kinds of issues, and we're not allowed to have an honest conversation. We can't just like have. This conversation on the news. It's more like. Men and women are not so different you in high. You know, it's more of it's a construct that I told you you're not as powerful as me. So therefore, you're not, but if we removed all these barriers we're just the same come. I mean, you that science like, we're we're we're losing science guys like to the point that would losing signed comments in biology like what we learned in grade school. We're losing it. And you're allowed to go on MSNBC now and not be laughed off the set you're treated as an expert. It's it's mind boggling men and women are different men are stronger and women are harder in a minute or smarter and also smarter. And they're women. All you need women. Is that you keep society running without women's Trump without women children. Do not get raised properly men would just kill each other's sitting on women are good for is bearing children. He's saying that's the most. Make you a sandwich and the true to sandwich maker, absolutely. But raising children having raising children is the most important job in the history of the world. And the fact that that's been turned into a disc to me because guess what if you don't raise those kids, right? And you're not a mama those kids than their they grow up to be pieces of crash, and then guess what? Then we have a terrible society that doesn't function. Well, so to me, I think that's the biggest compliment woman can get his. Hey, you're awesome. Mom and look at your kid and look at the adult that he grew into boom. Look at that. We just set Jason off. Did. I love it. I love it. All right. Remember, you can tweet us your questions and comments using the hashtag the blaze. Why we've got a couple today. I think the first one if Beto says he's giving his time instead of charity for the benefit of his country. Why is it not okay? For the top one percent to use the same excuse to keep more of their time and money wasn't Steve Jobs time into apple benefit to the country. Time equals money. I love it. I love it. That's true. If it's good for Beddoe. It's good for the rest of us. I actually didn't want to contribute as much to the government this year. I would rather use it, and, you know, invest my energy and time into doing things like the show. So maybe I just won't pay more time than money. So. All right. And then the next one. It's it's part of Beddoes. What is it climate change crap? And who was it saves? Yes saves saves. Eighty four said we asked for substance we asked for substance Beddoe, and this is what you've given us bettas four part framework. Okay. So we know with four parts starts with a forceful day one agenda because he knows that delay is tantamount to denial and this goes on to kind of as we were talking before just generalizing generally saying all of these things do cO pollution on day one. Wow. I don't know. What are they going to get rid of all of our automobiles on day one? Are they going to like not let us, you know, grill out anymore? I honestly personally think there's going to be execution mathematics. On day one. It was a cow. I'd be horrified. Voting for bed. Oh, okay. And at the same time on day one they're going to create jobs, create know government creates jobs. I don't know if you know this support communities and strengthen our economy to vote for better. There's this sounds great. It's hard to argue with because there's nothing really there. Punch of words strung together with no specifics whatsoever. But hey, Beto view you want to I want to take a victory lap on better because he has fallen off the face of the planet. And when he when he lost a Ted Cruz. Everybody told me fine to enjoy your Texas Senate seat, but he's going to be president Perot. And I said, no he is not because he's a goober experience has no successes and embarrasses me as a Texan in to this is what we're dealing with dude. If you need somebody to do messaging going to pay me enough, I have a price for my for my integrity. But I can help you out because this ain't it because I also I would like to issue a retraction, and I'm very big apology to the audience. I regretfully used the term Beddoe, and I did not call him by his actual name. Which is Robert Francis. I'm very sorry. I hope you guys will forgive me yesterday's poll with Biden surging in the polls, which twenty twenty and democrat will be the first to criticize America's favorite creepy. Uncle. Thirty nine percent said Bernie Sanders. Interesting thirty-seven percent said comma, Harris twelve percent there was a tie with Buddha. Judge and Robert Francis overwork. That's it's interesting because we had this discussion yesterday on the panel. And I guess I guess Bernie. I said, I don't know. Do you think we'll be Bernie, and I believe it was injury Heaton who was sitting where you are Justin. And he said, I don't think it will be burning because he really does not he doesn't sling mud, generally speaking. He always wants to focus on substance and not really criticize others. But if he sees that he is he's second only to Biden. Maybe he gets down that low. Right. I mean, that's what they do. You got you got to go along with the crowd. What do you think? Jason I load as a, hey, Bernie's policies. He's my favorite democrat in this race. Because he's the most honest, I agree. I would say he won't I would say he wouldn't do it. I think even as a socialist. And we're talking about how dangerous it is. He's. The only one with principals who would put that over winning an election so respective Arnie for that hope to God he doesn't win good. God almighty, but respect for him as a as a politician in keeping his word, and that sounds like an endorsed having prints. We cut the clip like right there. My god. He's twenty twenty pieces losing a lot of friends. Today's what poses the greatest threat to America's future. I don't they didn't give me the choices. So I don't know what they are. But you need to go to the blazes Twitter that is at the blaze and find out what the choices are. And then vote and then we'll talk with small wheels. Mooks? That's what I say. That's a great point. I'm actually really frightened of Eric's while. Well, oh, wait. No. I'm not because he has like zero percent, gentlemen. Thank you for joining us, by the way. Again, if you missed it. We will all be on a very big event tonight. Socialism a warning from the dead. It is going to be a live event is going to be streamed on blaze TV for free. It's going to be streamed on YouTube for free. We are putting this content out there for free not because we're trying to make money. But because it is real it is devastating. Socialism is happening right now in Venezuela. We can learn from the history we can learn from what's going on right now. 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iPhone 11 rumors, Spotify on Siri, iOS 13 beta 7

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iPhone 11 rumors, Spotify on Siri, iOS 13 beta 7

"Mayo has the new this week from apple to tell you about the new apple maps experience where i live. Whoa oh anything reason. I found now so i'll tell you what this back in june. May may even <hes> there was a link going around that someone sent me to say that it might have been june league after the betas were out but someone saying that texas louisiana and then parts of mississippi where i live had the new apple maps and you could tell by zooming way out and you could see like where they'll all. All the green is for trees that level of detail. That's the new maps experience in the person on the screen shot and everything i think <hes> and i put them reading enlist like look at that and like if i had that experience and i thought maybe i would be able to tell like glance and i finally got around a few weeks ago to read the red at posts that people was sent me and you try to recreate a myself like do i get new maps experience or not and i couldn't i configure out i was like i can't tell from what he with. This person posted and i can't see it on my phone so i'm just not going to worry about it and then it's like those those three areas to states and half of another state it actually rolled out to everybody like several weeks later over a month later but sure enough ah i was just driving down the road and <hes> we'd had a tip that morning in the nine to five mac tip box that said the same thing these these three areas have the new maps and i saw that but i didn't go and verify because i thought someone tipping an old story. You know a few weeks ago someone i've seen too but then after i adopt the kids offer daycare at school <hes> i was calling back home in the blink map open shows where you are and it was so detailed and i got really excited because this is the new maps and that's what i've got and then after a week of using it then then i got the notification from apple has like there's a new maps experience in your area where more details and everything and that's all it says when you tap appetizers launches the maps app this is based on where apple had those vans driving all over the country for years and then they write their own map from scratch with a licensed get from tom tom or whoever any idea there is that you can report an issue and then you'll have that issue fix within. Maybe a day versus a month of having to go through the their partner in license effects you know or even longer because i think like apple would basically send the report problems comes along to that provider and then the apple maps. Stay wouldn't be updated until tom day. Their day is awesome. I think tom tom would like bundler early. On like even on my ninety psycho sometime say the problems could get sira for ages assuming they actually address like a human could actually fix the problem but it wouldn't roll out for up to three months sometimes and right now the apple controls you're saying it should be much more responsive and rapid deploying the fixes yeah and i i think the other benefit here will be that may be in the future apple would have offline maps that you can download because license licensing it from tom tom or whoever ever they had their own maps they can if they want to ever do the feature. They can let you download it without paying. Tom tom a houston of money for their licensing fees in addition to what they already pay day and that's a that's a google maps leisure because google has their own maps and so they can allow that lots of g._p._s. apps tom-tom have the feature but apple hasn't been able to do it yet without paying another company a lot of money but once their once they're map is like all across the u._s. Which is planned by the end of this year then that'll it probably be a priority for like a point update or like fourteen to imagine yeah. I i one hundred percent expect going because the whole owning in your day so he's gives you so much more flexibility in what you can do. Obviously they're starting to do the street view you know look around now in a few cities and the app limitations very good but obviously that's dotson initiative. That's only just starting and is coming to a few cities this year and so it's gonna be a while before it has the ability of street view which google maps has almost the entire road some little now be confused because they see the apple maps imagery cars running around like johannesburg or britain or canada or all these places and go that website and see the image collection schedule when they coming round and everyone sees those in the media thinks if the look around feature that is not necessarily what those is going to be used for anytime soon because those calls predominantly exist just to make the map data and verify apple fuses areo data which is how on the new map how they get such accurate of like the greenery he's basically they they take straight the arrow shots and then you know tap away into the flat map look and that's how they use the arrows to get like the outlines of the poos or the baseball field and stuff like that and then the roads they combine the area day a with the could be two years old they confuse that with the college data coming from the vans that are running around and yes those 'cause all taking photos but those photos primarily taken and stored for use by apu's news team or contractors. You're actually making the map because then if somebody reports a problem and says oh this shop is actually here in your listeners that they can bring up. All the photos at the van took and like checkered is actually there and then make the change. That's predominantly what those calls in the current events are doing. It's not like oh if you see because there isn't run around britain in the moment but we're unlikely to get look around for at least another year. We're not gonna get the new data for at least another year at this point so that's just a little disclaimer on whether or not i'm not scar running around. It probably doesn't mean you're getting look around anytime soon. Yeah i never saw one of the van in person myself. I've seen all the photos people send us the photos every time they're in their area <hes> but i did see guess the largest city near me on the schedule several several several years ago and then now now it's delivered and i really like the the level of detail now because there's all agreeing like you mentioned like it's it's detailed and it's accurate from what i can tell i can't. I don't noticed any like improvements to the quality of like navigation because they weren't problems. I'm sorry i had so. I can't say this was a problem and now it's fixed but you know when i when i see initial report it and then i can i can see how you know on the turnaround time is but i i do get the three d. Feature like you said it's not connected to look around the street view <hes> clone but i do get three d <hes> where you can ah you know go from two d to through the map and then all the building like the extrusions of the building plaza bicyles the orange blocks that you see when you like the map exactly yeah and there's even a new shopping center near my home where it was not on the old map i don't believe and and now it's certainly there and has got like the road like the lanes and everything around that are accurate the greenery like live near golf course and you can see eh <hes> like different shades of green on the golf course and then you can see the mounds like the dirt mounds around the golf course with this sanchez and where the water is all the lanes are the golf carts can drive around <hes> so that's really nice and then i also i live on the gulf coast and mississippi so i'm like five minutes from the beach and there's lots of like water inlets to oh and all those are super specific like the shape of those and everything so visually it's night and day and it's really impressive and just getting the feature where you know you can do three d. view that used to be limited from each when i traveled to a big city in my car <hes> and i've never seen it around town and now it's everywhere but the funny thing is because it's texas and louisiana and then it's like the top of louisiana <hes> i think that that turns into the middle of mississippi is where it cuts off so it is like south mississippi the bottom half of mississippi and then it also has a hard cut off of the edge of mississippi and so for a lot of people around where i live they might commute to alabama because there's mobile alabama in a ah big town jobs there and so if you commute you've got the new maps on like you're on your home but not on a half your commute toya go until they have the the rest of the area finished and i also say i was surprised that this happened because there are so many parts of the country i mean just look at the apple apple maps absolutely way out and looking at the greenery and it's like you know the california area <hes> there's like two and a half two and a half state region and my you're and that is maybe it's just there are fewer roads and vaster areas of greenery. <hes> you know from here to texas and so it was and something you could you could wrap up sooner not even based on my house in did you catch the data but like just just processing is done because there's just less ground to cover like i imagine detailing. We're seeing if it's happening. Also in the new england area and that's gotta be pretty complex because it's like population density is a lot there. I and i see map. Who's doing a lot of like regression testing where the having again probably try to check with the tiles that being changed to make sure you know stuff as you getting lost by the wayside or getting worse right so this qaeda's going along. It'd be a really bad like news. Headlines up arose out the new map and it's you know it gives them an worse worse and it goes back to the show just reinforces the two thousand twelve apricots alyssa sarah yeah exactly people still think right when they think about local maps. It's just hard to break. Shake reputation yep yep so i've got the new moms. Let's call <hes> one. Other thing is new new to iowa thirteen. Is that an john. Funding really good is in the transit modes or in like the transport but the transit map now when you click on like train stations and you can actually get live times they crew the data feeds for a lot places now and you you get because we could always do like a root before you could map by transit and go by the train whoever but now a lot of the stations and the buses stuff they can if they support it you can see the buses like literally you can follow the bus that knows the location and an s._m._e. In a few places but more widely it will just have like the actual up-to-date bus daas times and train times so for instance in london or the london underground stations now as well as having like the estimate schedule times that you can dive directly in it and it will hey you're the next train is on time if delayed if it's five minutes behind if it's still on track like and you can basically get like the majority of what you would get from a dedicated in london underground run after the maps happen you just route from station to station it. Can it has the live departure times and destinations. Everything is really recruit so without even having new maps experience in in terms of the map data than the benefits in the world. That's cool <hes> this week. We have new betas for most of apple platforms beta seven seven privates thirteen and ipad o._s. Thirteen tedious thirteen and watch a six. The interesting thing here is that macos catalina has been stuck on beta five since july thirty i and so we had to do around betas so far as of this recording there's been no august update to mac os catalina which arguably needs like the most the most work you know build a build. I don't i don't know what to make that but we we we would say is catalina. You know he's unlikely need to be shipping in september right like they. They often they ship democracies releases later. We've seen it happening type before based on the current. I think the lack of the current by your high heavily implies the dopp date will probably come later again. Maybe this type of that kind of time frame and as stay wrap up the last release the no go back and finish off some you know some colleen is again like the team has to ship in september because of the ice with the new iphone lineup and watch o._s. Presumably coming knew what she is or just connected to us thirteen in general by september so those things have more schedules jews were macro. Catalina can be more hand wavy and weather. I i probably pretty likely that we're going to have one of those years where i eighteen comes out in the middle of september and then the macaroni update is significantly more delay like more than a week which is which is harvey was say it'd be maybe later leone tabo yeah. That's a good point like even with updates that requires the same software versions across platforms for features like i drive or in this case you know the new reminders minders feature in the past also apple knew that that hasn't stopped him from releasing the most popular platform updates first and then the mac later so <hes> it makes sense <hes> i am with you on that one <hes> we do see if you think a few new things in the in this particular beta update <hes> a say so on the watch. The change is at the find friends icon app which which is the find my friends out from the iphone on the on the eh watch is changed to fine people and it has a new icon to match the find my app on the iphone and ipad from iowa thirteen and that's because they merged find my iphone and find my friends into my and in and out that one out but shows you both friends and devices vices but there's never been device tracking on the apple watch so they couldn't well good. They didn't call it. Find my they just use the icon of find my circle and call it find people and they didn't change the app really like maybe a little bit different but it's the same scene features <hes> <hes> we find my is a bad name but the inconsistency is also weird. Yeah i'd rather fight my didn't exist in was called something else but i felt like the watch option just be called finite. Yes you don't keep it yeah. Even if you do things you could add device working to you in qualifying my or you can just call it fine by it. Only support people like it always has yeah. I mean look at most of the other apple apps. They're not perfect feature one to one to what the i think can also like maps on the iphone has loads more features maps in the watch. Does that translate stuff. I just mentioned on the watch for instance and they don't go to like only early maps navigation or wherever they just call it maps because it is and it has the find it has the find my icon now the could just go find my pin and even on the what she didn't didn't even see the the app name that often like it's now yeah i checked out by going to the list view on screen newman in high honeycomb now you to the grid mode and i never see the the appalachians anyway so it's a huge deal but it i was like oh my listeners. I find people okay. Ah find yeah find my is around wreck fine people's a circle you also see it in the in the dock views if it was like a recently opened up or your favorite and your doctor and you see the label there there is one improvement here. That's positive to your portfolio with which is something that i know have air listener ian blackburn ask about which is if you ask siri to find a person who you're connected to with find friends in the past it would fail you could not do that so the easiest thing to do is say siri open. Find friends are now fighting people and hope that the person you're asking about the top person so that you can see it at a glance without interacting back in the app. Now you can ask siri if you can find that person and it will open the app and show you that person so that's that's a change. That's been long overdue do and i've heard from so many people that the biggest thing they don't like about the merger find my iphone and find friends and define my on iowa specifically is the the find friends widget goes away because there was never a widget for finding devices. It was just a frigid for finding friends and i feel like we did before it's really useful and so now that's gone. I think on the map as well. Maybe it's on the mac and i don't know but anyway i i never had an upright on. The mac has an app. Now has the fine line. Yeah it only had a widget and so now it has a full app so i'm not sure if the widget look on her not my guess is it's probably on there too and it's just on the app now on us and i've had i get especially on the ipad. We're now. You can have like if you want that to be. In your home screen you can have your partner as where your kids are on the home screen and they need to bring that with your back imagine they will. This is one of the things that i'm seeing enough readers complain about in service to us that surely when i was thirteen and i've had thirteen released to the masses. This'll be one of those things that apple support has odil within the easiest thing to do is is just to fix it now ottawa even just people they call it. The fun people find paperwork in on the apple t._v. on on t._v. Thirteen davis switching beta seven in our feature where if you have the t._v. App in your top rail your doc on on on the apple t._v. It's a feature that they showed a w._w. D._c. is coming to the update that hasn't been there until this week where it will show you auto playing trailer louis behind your app icons and on the top shelf area that where there's a big screen view <hes> there's no sound until you swipe up and then you can see the full screen of the trailer early play out and it's for movies and t._v. Shows and there's like a button to go straight to that piece of content in the app right from right so it's like very promotional and it's very immersive because it is full screen you know even when it's just your app icons overlaid. It's still like it's your t._v. Screen at least and not like a a small box but i'm not sure i love it because it's like. I just kept seeing movies. I don't want to buy and i i have a large library and it should things that are in my library which actually enjoyed because it was like you might want to watch this. It was like a movie in your library but but it was only showing it because they promoting it on the store you too. It'll make more sense. I think when if they ever did it as just t._v. Plus content i think but and now they're just testing it with with <hes> i tuned store content but even so you just don't wanna see auto playing videos even without sound as like your your wallpaper basically basically it's like a screensaver for your wallpaper. If is not that you want and it was for like t._v. Shows movies. I don't want i couldn't turn it off. You can turn off the auto play video part out of it do accessibility in the motion settings but it just makes a slide show instead of a movie trailers. They just need to focus the t._v. T._v. app in more on stuff that you own or pay for so you can actually watch and then like if only featured your next cue. It'd be fine right like oh. I can actually go and watches watches right now or if you subscribe to petit plus h._b._o. Channels and through t._v. channels and you should do that stuff. It'd be all right but when they start throwing the entire. I choose catalog at you. It's like i don't want this advertising essentially to be so prominent especially for tune in our box. If you imagine like oversee this this this new panoramic top-shelf experiences available to relapse they can adopt if they want to and if you imagine like netflix updating to support this it would actually be more. It'd be better experience because in net flicks you're paying right and you get everything like isn't you. When you go into the nets picks up. You don't see stuff that you don't own so if you have net flicks is your number one then you get into full screen top chef experience you like oh. That's actually something. I watch right now. It's you know it's it. Just it just becomes like a quick action shortcut problem but with the t._v. Apposite stands it shows you loads of stuff that you have to pay extra for so with that being said and then when t._v. plus comes out of this year from apple as their video service if you are a subscriber in the only show tv plus content because they really want you to watch it and they don't care as much about tins movies and t._v. Store then maybe i'll get better because like you said alison actionable without paying more money. You've already paid. This is what you this gets more more out of the service that you're paying for that. That would feel better <hes> the itunes a movies and t._v. shows apps. They don't have this feature. They still have the cue or are you know purchased in the top. Selling movies and t._v. Shows <hes> the music app from the first beta t._v. O._s. has had its own experience where it has a full screen background to you like like that and it promotes music videos without any anything auto playing. I don't think it's just like <hes> e- easy way to get to certain playlists and videos and an apple arcade eight has one features the game's over stay. I keep thinking in the folder is not active yet but <hes> yeah good point <hes> <hes> i'm stacey in the interesting. It's i think everything has been missing. Zafar like on that was there before but it's missing now like <hes> shortcuts automation sharee a <music> a share folders right cloud all things that were network there but then taken out they're gone and we don't know induct whether it's going to be the g._m. Or point update were you know when <hes> just seem to be like fixing some bugs and stuff like the previous biter had a way appearance for the photos and stuff where the blair with a bit too now that's been put back to normal a nasa look so nice and the paintings back and working <hes> it's just like yeah. We're on the tune-ups psycho now. There was some kind of asset lake. Which is what the asset leak is is that we've got. We've got the link from mac and the turnover but <hes> someone else had found that they changed the assets for like the setup screen. When you reinstall or install iowa team from scratch i suppose on new device what you see it i <hes> <hes> they have yeah yeah a little previews of the home screen and like what the size of the everything exactly so so that just on its own has the home screen by default called and which includes the calendar and they always sink the calendar date to the date of the keynote <hes> and so it it says tuesday ten and you can infer from that tuesday september ten which we all already think will be the iphone eleven event and that being included with a do not release or wait for release yet false hope for release released and it's probably not like a teaser easter egg three off the trail kind of thing red herring. It's because the date you know it's just like you would already have if guests that to be the date and and so it's like one more thing until you know some prominent reporter says that is all that's the day based on sources <hes> or apple officially today's mark you calendars at the tent. That's an interesting one for me because i've got trip planned that weekend and in the middle of that week knowing is the iphone event and what it is my you top favorite bands. Angels and airwaves has a going on their first tour and seven years and one of the dates is in orlando florida and i've got family there and i can have free stay there for the week and then go into this show without having traveled to it and the travel back home with a big thing and i plan four like yeah. I'll i'll i'll work normal in the daytime and like in the evening when the concert happen they'll go out for the evening concert destructive. It'll only be issue if there's like you know a surprise invitation to that which i don't think would happen anyway but <hes> and also i've planned like just to be careful saturday concert <hes> intend to concert in austin and then just like with consulting. Everybody is like a family and friends that go with me. It's like sixty one this year so and we'll see what happens with that simpson. Drama gets the nubia and we didn't know that there's an today until they interrupt where they happen. So there's some talk about. I do want to say one more thing about t._v._s. Before we changed any any subject here the t._v. Thirteen picture in picture experience -perience we discussed that when it first was discovered right <hes> you know this is how it works <hes> something. I didn't know that it hadn't played enough because it was like that day. We saw that it was there. Yeah i got you know i try of it not really know everything about it. I didn't realize that you can do do a play back of show so like whenever you pip <hes> <hes> i guess i knew that you could go around the t._v. And video play there on the home screen but it's also it's also on video video on video which i said we're probably didn't know but if you have captions turned on what's being said on both it's a very small pippen. I don't think he'd make any bigger but you've gotta digging t._v. Like maybe like fifty five plus and you close you can see what's being said on both of the videos and you only the app and the picture picture will come both video at the same time yup which is did. That's different. How i._r._s. works that is true. Uh you can have a pip but you can't like. If you have a pip running i was like i say i play in a paper wherever and then go on safari and you wanna play video and safari it will pose does the picture in picture video so it's kinda interesting that the t._v._s. lachey. Let's run by together. Yeah and that's totally what people want because that's like classic picture in picture from t._v. Set support that feature like i think even my t._v. You can have different modes where there's picture in picture so that's cool. You can also like switch out the video really a towel for that so the way i was trying you as my son was watching sesame street and i would just experimenting screaming and then i like i pulled up the greenwich and you could you could switch back and forth to those which is really neat <hes> and then of course the caption thing impressing because you know you can't hear here both only here the biggest video that's playing the the front video but <hes> you can you can do <hes> captions. If you wanna try and maybe see what's happening another one into it would be neat if you could do like speakers and your t._v. For the big the main the main one and then like you know bluetooth audio for the secondary one if you really wanted to share t._v. Like that yeah i think i think that kind of stuff would require more like of a overhaul the picture in picture of the moments more casual casual just like multitasking around right if they were going to do like a proper t._v. picture in picture. It would be kind of like what the e._s._p._n. The e._s._p._n. App can do you have like four videos videos one in each corner and then you can mix and match and move around like that's not what t._v. Has thirteen is offering much more. It's basically like the ipad experience earns right like and fully-fledged t._v. Picture in picture are we talking then yeah. The kind of opinion different speakers and stuff would probably be in there but as it's mainly for like you're watching something but you might want to browse some rouse and then maybe changed back to it so you just keep it like bobbing alone. In the corner. There is the difference between touchscreen tap in drag or click and drag on the mat to move the pip from window to window and optionally recites it. There's no resizing but there is a weird you i for making the top up left top right and bottom left and right now. I'm just by clicking through and it was like an icon. It looks like the old <hes> before mission control that was called on the mac. It's cool and then lasting t._v. For the week as we got the first trailer for the morning show so we've seen a trailer already for an apple t._v. Plus original series for all mankind at w. w. c. but before that there was the march event where they showed like a big montage trailer trailer for like different clips and is very dramatic from every reason right now one dedicated chiller for the morning show plus a bunch continental social media accounts for that too yeah in the morning show trade that doesn't really show like a clip from the episode from an episode is still kind of like feature at type of thing because they kind of going through the set nobis there and you hear like w vizo voiceovers from the actors saying stuff but it's obviously more than we've we've had yet for the morning chez and he looks quite compelling. I'm interested in you know and again. It's just says coming. This is going to be one of their debut. Be lineup right and i think most of what they showed him. I think all the stuff that was in the teaser trailer from auburn what they planned to have out this year v._c._r. And unless over the summer they hit roadblocks that made it it was not going to happen. That's different but that was definitely the planet that the dozen also shows that were showed in march were definitely this launch launch lineup right and in march they didn't have perpetrators are shy but by doing that for mankind and the stat show they finish these in one entirely already. I not believe in season two for mankind for the morning show is i don't think he's been renew or at least we haven't heard that they're doing. They've they've they've during more than season one at the moment but out in the can yeah. I know a lot of these shows that we were doing the reporting on the you months ago years ago. You would look like it's been signed for two seasons upfront. You know so that might be one of those cases. That's a big star show so that's. I'm going to be an important one for apple so they've got also initiative just released a trailer which they put it in the apple t._v. App a row and in the weekly email for what to watch an apple t._v. this week. They can't really watch this show. Does the trailer home page. That's right a lot of promotion for that. They also have a twitter account for the this show and facebook page. I believe in grand instagram page and they changed the apple t._v. youtube channel which is pretty new anyway anyway but it used to be stuff on apple t._v. Like here's a movie trailer over something along time ago they would even have have like a person go to the red carpet and do interviews with celebrities and stuff right and all of that all those e or those channels they do. They do the dumb games and play you know play around with the actors and stuff and asking about the film like for a while. We'll be apple t._v. Youtube channel was they never really had a personality the attached to the the thing he was kind of like tight akhad of question and then you'd see like a person does hand holding the mike welby. That's where they were going for for wall and now now it's happening anymore. Yeah now. It's all t._v. Plus content right or promotional suffer that <unk> the i think their initial run a doing the purpose celeb- reactive style interview stuff ready what because order those videos had relatively views they were like a thousand views per video ever and it was like no no it wasn't i'm getting off and then they they have these for all mankind. Try is like twelve million a wild different. Let you expect from the challenge. 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It was the story mostly mostly name room is right like a anonymous twitter account which no money we discard older and on twitter accounts because they were just making stuff up but this is one special in that it has a very record of the last year of getting stuff right is an account could kleenex and before in the run up to the in tennis at the tennis antennas max an iphone ten names correctly even got details like the white of tennis max and the got the he asked the a symmetric speakers whereas like six and four older that stuff the kind of details that ready leak out in other places this complete in on his twitter account tweeting tweeting it a week two weeks before the event actually happened and we know for sure so it became an all right then we have covered some of the stories you know last year and going through into in two hundred nineteen. It's had a few leaks about like the ipod lineup so in march when there was the is it going to be ten and a half inch ipad. He's going to be ten point to dry ipad and oversee the came out which is the ten and a half inch won. The coin x. account said yes ten and a half each ipad is coming out but so the temperature to inch coming. I mean later and if you fast forward a few months it definitely seems like there's going to be temporary had very very soon so so looking rosy right on the record and so this week tweeted pro hyphen question mark crazy naming schemes over the past few years which is obviously a rhetorical way of suggesting the names tmz the new iphone will include the word pry witho- seen a few case makers doubled down these and case makers get information within supply chain to try try and get the most accurate branding and dimensions and everything for cases ready to go for launch you know sometimes they get it wrong like in the iphone in two thousand seventeen the iphone ten everyone thought it was gonna be called the iphone eight right right up until the release and so you had a lot of cases that shift the first batch cases ship saying thing compatible with iphone and they're really i've been ten cases so you know it's not foolproof but we've definitely seen evidence of case makers bang on the prior names as well and what it seems seems like it's going to be is iphone. Eleven will be the name of the ten all the new ten all right you're going to get to cameras and you not ready specs and and stuff like that and then the tennis and the tennis maximum code i find eleven and the max might even be code iphone eleven eleven primax that that one's less shore of but it seems like the non that i finally just me code iphone eleven and then the airline motors are going to be could i i find eleven perot keeping the name keeping the numbering scheme going up but we start adding the pro designation now rather than like s and all you've got eleven and eleven prior. What'd you think about those kind of names. I think it's a per it's one of the most reasonable naming schemes if they do that. They've had a while like a re organization of how you classify the phones so like you know you've had mobile phones for several years from six he has six and six plus six plus seven seven plus and then with the iphone eight and ten you had the same speed and all the phones owns but you've got iphone eight can iphone a. plus nevada on ten and the use that to to say the ten is generations ahead head of what the eight is in terms of certain specs about it. You know which felt right and then this year we have tennis plus ten s max thanks for the first time because they've got a bigger version of the ten and then there's this entry level iphone ten ara which is to replace the iphone eight and that also feels right. It's like a modified version. The ten in all three scenarios is different. You know it's like ten. Aso's expects improved n._s. Max bigger spectrum proved an antenna tenora like <hes> you you know no other revolution of the ten in different ways having just on that and just shuffling it up and saying now we've got i phone eleven. Eh eleven pro. It's way more clear which is both premium and entry level because 'cause you know ten or is not cheap so it isn't like i've seen five c or that light or air. It's <hes> it's premium so if he's called eleven it is an upgrade clearly but it's not the most expensive when you can get and then you go to the pro and even if the pro phone is smaller screen size you get that it doesn't think different than than than the eleven does and in this case can it doesn't have to be like scott promotion the screen or more ram more got you know different specs even though it won't be different camera camera that's enough to say pro <hes> but even just the fact that it cost dollars more because the material in the screen type and everything that's fine and then i think you probably do use macs when you say eleven promo thing that's fine because it is the bigger version of that. <hes> and you don't don't have to go to eleven s eleven s promex. If you make a big change next year you know you you can jump to twelve or do whatever you want. I'm not sure that apple ever since i don't think apple iphone or just say iphone pro to remove from from how much they rely on the marketing for iphones and where they can do it on the mac and the same business in the same scale but for this <unk> totally believable and it's in many ways he's more sane than than tenora tennis max yeah i hundreds of great like kind of running theme of this whole year has been apple struggling struggling to correctly market and position the iphone ten next to the ten s right and we've seen multiple revisions to that copy in the website changes where where before it was just like here's the new iphone it's great and then they added oh they had like three sentences if description and then they moved on again from that when the tradings came in so much <hes> <hes> like tha tomo and continuous evolution because clearly they got the browning wrong straight out of the gate where it's very ambiguous and even like apple didn't really know how to position addition the lineup properly like in september twenty eighteen apple would basically hide the fact that the intent has the longest bachelor life without right it was it was a fact but it wasn't stamped jumped on the front page and it wasn't a big speaker that they just kind of like secretly said it and you know off three months later that's number. One feature of the ten even run t._v. Ads is it just say this. I find last days the longest patchy laughing and fontana a and clearly ten tennis does nation was not working out for the anthem and for me. I i spent eleven produce so much cleaner and summit clara the if you go on the app website today and you look at the differences they they'll talk about the the the battery life and the colors for the antenna and then the the way they described the tennis is quote the autumn iphone right and that phrasing perfectly symbolized by the way prior so if you're going to eleven and puffy sense to me and in the way that apple uses pro not with mac pro words you know tens of thousands of dollars scenarios but but then the way that they have ipad and ipad pro whereas more like you you know it can be similar generations but i got something nicer about it. That's not meant for everybody and the same with with you know a arguably mac book pro though they'll use lower they have high end macbook pros with elsa got medium and low in macbook pros that are also very consumer for students like the primaries. He's one hundred percent a consumer product but inspects. I didn't appear when people buy it right like the air is keeping university in student education loads load people by the age by but prices well and you know just because he's got probably doesn't mean you have to be a professional and apple doesn't need any justification on specs like oh it must've. I have a promotion display now because they are pro in the name is just like stupid is like fussing over. What does this mean in just a name right like and it's a designation of this is the model that we think everyone's going to buy and this is the mojo that's more expensive and slightly more premium and slightly nicer right and the antenna is the most popular iphone by meyer right like the antenna says more than the tennis and the tennis max combined so by that designation alone makes his way to be just iphone eleven eleven iphone eleven see your eleven or any other way number on it clearly. It's the most popular iphone it fits in what used to be the standard. I famed price point like the six hundred seven hundred seventy seven four nine rights dying out compared to the tennis. Which is you know a thousand up so going to eleven and eleven privates the great race right everyone in the world you buy the iphone eleven. If you've got the money and you like the <unk> you like the nice materials and maybe like the screen technology uh-huh. Maybe really really won the triple camera you get it will come out annot blinken eyelid like of an actual private. I won't this one is like if got the money for it. I'm going to get that one because it's cooler right. It's simple as that. It doesn't matter about apple pennzoil and there was another rumor this month about the anthem eleven spoiling apple pennzoil which again i think he's never going to happen or at least not going to happen this year and certainly not gonna be out the tench apple pennzoil. They use your ipad just going the fight because that's just ridiculous like dwarf side of the finnish stupid the you don't need an apple pencil separation. You don't need. I mean i'd love to have promotion iphones by doc. Think's gonna happen this year. Especially now on the lead one's which one's because we've seen a cd we have not seen him do and if you look at the market there aren't really high frame frame rate <hes> screens on the mark in terms of phones at the moment either so we're going to happen. You just need a very clean definition of this is the iphone everyone should get and that's the new iphone ten essentially and his the iphone. If you have the extra money and you want to be a bit colder and you wanna take advantage nature camera system you buy this and you pay more and you get a nicer the casing and everything like that like he's so much better than tennis tunnel and i think he's great yeah yeah i think eight and ten the even skipping nine and using ten felt right for what it was because the eighth felt like the same generation as six seven in six and seven phones so it was eight and let you know that if you like the phone in the future as you like to call the tat and then last year they really wasn't murky not like everyone gets the impression that all iphones costs a thousand dollars now put in this secret when called the tin are that does not and it's just it costs two hundred fifty dollars less than one thousand dollars. I see a disaster for you know. It doesn't matter right. It doesn't just probably one but names are important enough enough that when they get it wrong it has effects when they get it right it. Can it can help out a lot. It's not that they'll never saw an iphone. They call it something bad like iphone dumb but you you know if they do get the name right. It can have positive effects and yes. I think this makes sense and kudos to coin has has his handlers on twitter for for being the first services. I think it's very believable and we won't have the x ten confusion this year which is nice yeah. <unk> acts for ten is important in apple's history but i don't know that they've well besides like mac generations in ancient history and i don't. I don't know that they've done like multi number roman number like that like yeah. I think there's no chance of that whereas with ten they do it all the time and that special to them so that's why they did glenn finally ever going extra you know and they they do the namings enough people want accurate annually like whenever the iphone four ask him out people were waiting for an iphone five five after the night from four and when they called it a four everyone knew oh. That's not the the major next. I like the big upgrade that's going to be the next year as iphone and that was true in some ways <hes> by calling it eleven. It's the same reason they didn't call the iphone eight. Seven s like it does help to use marking the going to say we're proud to spec this is ahead of of the phone before <hes> and it will look different in some ways yeah. Some will have the beautiful camera ah mountain back. What do you what else there's another thing this week. Which is that people who are making fun of this but there's an analyst that authorized phones will be released in september this year yes there was i think it was a weapon unless you said supply chain checks indicate the three offense will be released within september and i even said this on twitter if you look at the financial statement for the just quarter and they predicted higher-than-expected hi than expected guidance right for september for me. I was like well that probably means that releasing at the same time because otherwise it'd be like selling fly otherwise and then suddenly like oh no. We're actually gonna have high gone. Doesn't everyone expected. It has implied to me. They were going to do three at once again. It seems like they're going to do and the lottery action has been done that happens happens every year but no there's an iphone then every year but for the last two years in a row there's been one i phoned us up timber and then one and october november right right and and this year it if you get all three tiers at the same time now that will be news and so they've never released three flagship iphones at the same time before they've been they've been twenty. Seven is the first and that was in september iphone ten in november last year. It was iphone ten s and tennis max in september timber at the very end about type so they should be the first time that you have all three motos gone so simultaneously had the entry level first and and then the premium and later and you've had the premium and i and the level later banal level three which which is like the days of iphone six and six is plus that those came together but but these are very different phones in that way so this'll now we'll have him altogether and there were there was indication that like with ten in our launch that they it wasn't like like false. They weren't taking it to make you come later. They were doing fast as they could and and i think there were indications nations like you know and then also held the fact that you know why couldn't they during this phone before because you know they did they cut so i'm on board with that and it is news that all three this year into temporary happens and there's another story that the ipad pro this is separate from my phone rumors but i had pro could have the same camera module or somewhere as the iphone eleven rumors have we're at the big mound and has multiple cameras for the first time and we've not yet seen an ipad with even to cameras and jump into three yeah yeah that'd be a first and this isn't like a mangy close apply more analysts balanced macintosh era so okay so they've you know historically. They were the first to have that goes away and they've had some of the things they've also had some mrs too so it's a misinterpretations of rumors that but it's just not all city island is for sure some some more credible than the analysts who says that apple pencil you know the the the bank analysts is apple iphone this year more than that yeah the only thing i'm pretty sure choir or bloomberg would have said that was happening by now if it was happening sure let's talk about <hes> the mac app store chains that happened today. Yeah this is kind of like a funny as insignificant in the scheme of things but i think it's interesting for both maps and i._r._s. Apps oviously now you have the today tab in the app store app which is apple curated curated editorial where they feature apps for the day game of the day these lists you know the best stoves all of that content they release lychee on a daily basis up to now has basically been confined inside of the native app store clients right you go into the app store. You see the content you're done. You could always share a link today's stories but when you shed the link and you opened it and like the desktop or a windows p._c. Or wherever it would basically just opened a landing page that would say in view this story. I pay on an i._r._s. Toys like it was just a place basically what they've actually rode out in the last week or so is the food content content of those today dettori stories and now readable on the web so you share a link to somebody else they click on later have to dive into the app store or or anything they can just open it insofar in the browser and it has all the same images or the same paragraphs of text and copy and the list of the apps fijian's doubling the the same tie i to call it on the left has a design where on the left you get like the college with the i call on and the image and the title and in the right you have the body content which is what happens when you tap through on the actual app store so they've essentially brew all of that content out of the app store up now so it's more readily accessible for people just browsing the internet which is a nice change and i i kind of like breaks down one of the kind of extra silos you student have the ability to like see the app store front page by just going to like agstar calm or anything like that. There's no way to like see the today feed on the web you still have to go from the mac aqap store or the app store and find the tappan share them but maybe this is like the first step in that path and especially as apple pushy services narratives <music>. I think we've seen a renewed focus on their web experiences this year so <hes> you know more fully-fledged app store experience on the web. Maybe even one where you can this. This is a crazy thought actually download and by the apps right from the web as well which is something that the google play store is done for aeons at this point like you're on. You're on your back. You want to download an i._s. At your phone you shouldn't have to actually go to your phone to do it. You should just be able to go through the client. Whether it's inside of the mockups orapa whether is you you know just through app store apple to come on the web. Find an app price by and ultimately appear when you're fighting. That's still not there but hopefully this is like the first stepping stone towards it because you look at like the podcast experience back in april that graded the costs wept line with like actual playback. They gave it like a more fully-fledged experience where before it was just a directory listing and you against i opened up podcasts and now actually lets you listen to episodes on the actual page. I feel like we've actually seen apple. Pay more more tension to these web properties this year and i hope that there's more to come in that area. I know a lot of people won't like apple music on the web job. Which i think is an inevitability. It's just a matter when and the reason is gonna happen is because spotify has one and wants to kill responded the ground so so to be competitive especially windows right as they apple fades out interest into aikins they kind of need to substitute the max getting the music app but i think they're going to have like a web plan as well as some point in the future and the app store change now. He's like a very very small step into expanding the online store experience but it's so welcome one nonetheless yep every time a developer would have their app featured in the mac ups store. They wanna share you know of course and you could share a link but it would open the mac op store and he's didn't seem like a web page. I haven't euro that goes to some more on the web interrupted workflow and you can read it anywhere anywhere so i think minimum this is just a response to them and you can have those complaints stop because only fix the problem there but it would be nice if it's part have a bigger trend when you describe everything to add about the i._r._s. Paid i just discovered it's very warm. According and for the first time crime researching beta i can set my temperature to seventy even in the past. It's all you're going to explain this because this is in the past the thermostat that control which is redesigned in the harry map in the home map has been limited to sixty nine or seventy one but you could never hit seventy even which is like my preference for like cool like an art slider right slide it between and for whatever reason it wouldn't stay on seventy it it would just skip between sixty nine seventy and i even have an automation for when i go to bed to have the temperature go to seventy frog my sleeping temperature and with my echo toby thermostat the way it would interpret the i._o._s. Thirteen change which which manages the automation is that it would seventy one so it could it could susan either one but it says seventy one as a beta seven for the first time i can do seventy even so they tune in things up your mayo at one more thing on on the iphone story this week someone asked me and dealin twitter if we think that the ten are will go away whenever the new iphone release whenever to this cycle and my response was probably what do you think about that you know like with the iphone ten to ten asked attended. Go away from apple you combined elsewhere forces always always the case but they discontinued the ten. The eight stayed in the lineup and then you had the ten argentina's. What do you think happens to the ten or antennas. Whenever there's i've won eleven and i eleven pro pro max. Ooh that is a good question right. I'm inclined to say that the ten aw as we stay around and i think that's going to be around for a while kind of like almost becoming an fantasy you down the road like the one that sticks around for ages. Maybe only one color like black yeah go to in san marcus and stuff like that. The intent is clearly designed to be able to be made cheaply even more cheaply than outright. I think they've being and that will definitely better go further and further the down the line for a long time it can be now see that has face a d. and they can just keep pushing and pushing and pushing it so i would say the ten stays around whether whether the tennis around who say i i i put it more likely that the ten asta is around the tennis <hes> um yeah i could see all going away or at least one color of the ten are remaining for the reasons you explain because it is the do have a knack for having version of last year's phone around for price reasons. That would make sense. I don't think because the <hes> the genera placement has a rumor changes to the color options you know then. I don't think they'd have have like if you win a blue phone and then you get that to get last year's phone because this year. We're not doing that color. Now it'd be bad. Just keep like a wine yeah which we've seen him do before they curate of gold or something to keep a colorful around. Call is a good question. What do you think i'm i mean and my response was to the person who was that. I think that all the tatars go away but i hadn't considered just limiting one color and having that stick around so <hes> but i if much of the appeal pill of the tenor is the colours effectively it goes away for a lot of people that are interested in that if they wanted a colorful phone the need to go to the eleven to get that option and that that's a pretty good marketing technique is is to remove the appeal of that phone being the colorful options because it just black or white and it's nothing special you know so even though the this year i can't see tennessee sticking around yeah. It feels like the the class of of of town where they took away ten. You can buy from other retailers but apple doesn't sell it directly because you don't wanna hit you don't want to you know what are you doing. 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And and essentially have the same experience inside a series that you can get with apple music or podcast today and that was paul super before and i was writing against it for a while i wanna love other people were to and apple kind of closed off the a._p._r. They didn't release it. You know suna and everyone was doing stupid. Work arounds whereas like register short cough every every single album you have and every single poll cost you own and then you can play it when you say that but oversee that comes through with downsize shortcuts where it's only listen for exact phrase matches which is so if you didn't say exactly the same it wouldn't work in your ritual involves a big load a mess right a big little axe so studying doing it properly. Apple is letting developers implement casiraghi a._p._i. Like the like you before for messages and reminders and to do and all of that but for music and podcasts and those kinds of apps so anyone can implement a._p._i. Sent me an update. It is thirteen ship. It and customers can use it should be in the a._p._i. Works and it seemed and i've done a review. I've done like a look over of all the stuff they were offering four. It's pretty well fill featured like you play music or that stuff and spotify without needing approval revolt <unk> pool like special interest or a deal right could implement the a._p._i. And ship it and it would let them have an experience where you activate siri and you say say play my playlist from or play taylor swift on spotify or spotify edgier or those kind of commands that you can all school music today on syria you could uh we specify to what the information seems to be saying that apple in spotify negotiating over this behavior and so it seems like spotify wants something more that is currently not provided or they want special treatment or something else and so the the only things i can think of <hes> one apple. <hes> <hes> is offering technical spotify to get this up and running a a nicer thing. That apple has relationships with big companies where they help them actually get the a._p._i. Intimate april implemented to actually work right because especially for something like the surrogate mediary mediary p._i. East brand new and it's quite expensive in terms of is like service area so there's definitely like a thing rapper could be negotiating relationship where they they send sending engineer headquarters for a month and help them get the feature at the door that could be a negotiation means to spotify could be arguing about the defoe app situation which would still be a limitation so with apple music siri considers off of the apple apps as like priority number one so if you don't say you have to say play taylor swift on apple music for it to play taylor swift using the music app right but ah the way it works you know of course all the demands is if it's a third pie because ranked first to specify in december gurat. You'd you had to have as a user. You'd have to say play taylor. Swift on spotify like you have to include the app name for it to send it to spark and music app so i'm everybody wants. Again is a big feature. You know spotify once this uses one. Everyone says is like a screen settings where you can change the ordering of over these different categories of apps so if you just said play taylor swift it will go directly ball by a not to oppose appa samy podcast same with everything else music web browsers male or that stuff right so they could be negotiating apple adding option. Now maybe five saying oh we're gonna make another big stink with with the f._t._c. and the european commission competition commission if you don't do this already done like one step while the second step and then the third thing that they could be negotiating over is home put support and oversee the homepod support siri kit requests for several different degrees from like phone calls or messages and all that so stuff and they will relay through the phone but you don't have to use apple apps you can use the pie apps and it would just syria kit you know through the funding for the meteorite it is is not yet clear if it will be supported for relay of personal question the who import i've actually all stopped about this and they refused to tell me either white so it's not happening wasn't compatible with the syracuse domain compatible. That'd be singing from the rooftops about it so that might be read. The thing that spotify sleep center is like your why were you do online as well and people would be happy if you could get it on home part so it's a win for everyone involved. They do make sense to me. <hes> giving another upbeat here we mentioned i think last week that there's a sonos have been coming up for the press us next at the end of this month shortly after that happened much of the at least one thing from the event vet league which appears to be a the first ever portable speaker which is battery powered for the first time which will also be the first with bluetooth and so so the idea there is that they have something around the house not just one part of the house and they can also go outside and because sony speakers going forward you know they you work with as much as possible. They're also wi fi speakers. That's how sonos works. <hes> didn't that would likely mean as an airplane to speaker so this this will be the second ever <hes> ah bluetooth speaker that has both bluetooth and airplane to lieber tone being the first <hes> and lieber tone the knock against is that product is that <hes> it's got its own proprietary charging connector and a pretty bad wall the wall end of the of the of the charger. It's it can block the ports and everything is pretty big <hes> with the sonos thing. It's you know who knows what a better life is like but i think it can charge from a base that you set it on order u._s._b. Which is a big win. I love u._s._b. So we'll see we'll see what actually is when it comes out but there's been like pretty detailed stuff about like how it looks and everything. I think this is all from like regulatory stuff but we'll see i think this is supposed to be showing later this month actually shown to the public early next month so we'll see what that is also finally around to reviewing the sonos speakers <hes> <hes> that's a collaboration collaboration. That was a long time in the making the announced like two years ago that we're gonna work on something together and then they tease it out eager ago that hey we're still going to do this but we never knew it. It was and they finally announced it a few months ago as a speak a bookshelf speaker which looks like what you might gas and then a a table lamp with the speaker in the base of the table lamp which looks like a homepage with a lamp on top of it <hes> in my view so i'm i'm not crazy about the table lamp. I think it's clever that you hide speaker. Inside technology inside like furniture is a they're both both good speakers in and they're both for the price. I think the bookshelf when cost ninety nine dollars and the table lamp cost 179 they've got all the features features of of most speakers in the only thing missing is voice control so there's no microphones which is probably a win for furniture speakers <hes> voice control but you can you can control by voice if you have an echo nearby or google assistant nearby and you do that or you can play to which they both have you can tell searing during your iphone to play music on that speaker. It'll be from your iphone to that speaker so so there's something there to it <hes> the thing about the table and for me is that it's only seven seven watt bulb which is very low and it's got a class a cover over it which is very pretty but it's pay so also the light doesn't get through it very easily so it's very much like mood lighting accent lighting not like light up a room <hes>. I don't think it's really pretty i think so it looks like a home pied but the the the cover of it with the home putting plastic casing over really on it looks like fabric with the key on us lamp. It's actually fabric and you'd like to remove it like moving around not remove it like make up and down like see the plastic speaker underneath it. It can bunch up get dirty because essentially cloth <hes> dirty that the homepage would and it's got a big novel in the side for turning the light on and off no smart control unless you bring a smart bulb the newly on and then you control it with an app and it's got play controls on the bottom of the base and big ethernet port on it. Which is i think all of that goes too far for a lamp that you want to blend in its furniture it. It looks like a home pod lamp and not like a lamp with speaker inside <hes>. I've seen a picture of it. Obviously didn't have one button. I wouldn't describe it as a speaker disguises sizes lump. I describe it as a mini how involved with a lamp shade stuck on top yeah and you can change the lampshade you you supply your own life so it's whatever you want but it can't be the bigger than the candlelight candlelight size bulb which are very small and very damn <hes> so it's it's not a knockout <hes>. I think they could do a wifi violin version with no eastern port <hes>. You don't need the knob. If you have a switch on the on the cable on the power cord lamps have even if you accept that we're i'm pretty sure you could wire in a way that switch on the cable the only turn off the light and not the speaker itself because you know speaker and that's not the case now so that get rid of the bigly novel inside of it and i was using it as my bedside table lamp and the knob is on there if you're facing is on the right and that's opposite of where my reach would be and so it had to angle angel at and they're both also unlike the home pie which has speakers all around the sides right like it's an all directions the sonos speakers. They're only meant to put volume out of the front. Even though it looks like a home pod on the lamp it's totally ford facing and you can't bet against awards yeah see you can't get around that <hes> and because of that i needed to angle it toward me you know as my eyes my nightstand table to to have it. Be you know low audio but i can hear it well. <hes> <hes> says he's a few things about i think you could take off at port and they'd be in the play controls and just require you know how do you connect control to the sona sapper play two or however you're gonna use is it <hes> and then make the make the bulb inside bigger than a candle light bulb and if you're gonna make you supply the bulb than than you could even say like you know. Encourage encouraged smart bulb if you want to and if you don't then you got the power it some other way or turn off from other way or maybe do the switch on the on the court so that wasn't a knockout and that's one hundred eighty dollars and i got the white one black one. I liked the look of the when better but that's not what i received to review <hes> but i'm more concerned about like how how would that work for emitting light. If it's a black opaque glass cover so <hes> i'm curious about that one <hes> and then the bookshelf speaker. I think that one's a hit like a hidden gem because it's only ninety nine dollars instead of one hundred seventy dollars which is cheaper than any sonos sonos speaker on the market otherwise they still sell the sonos play one which has no replay too but it's the same sticker basically as soon as one which is two hundred dollars ehlers with airplay to and microphones so this one is one hundred dollars and had airplay too so it's half the price of their other airplay speaker in the lineup <hes> <hes> and this is it. It's pretty tall but you can you can have it sent upright or lay flat <hes> you can do a stereo pair and they sell like nineteen nine hundred dollar amounts to mount to the one or two on a wall as like a floating shelf or just wanted to be wall mounted and after my i heard from other people who are already using these like the backup speakers there rear speakers for like a five point one surround sound set up with sona so i found that one to be even though it isn't as interesting to look at i think it's more attractive and easier to blend into every home comes in black or white and you know it's half the the price of app of sony speakers which is pretty compelling for ninety nine point two speaker say is it's been a while since east on speakers speakers and some kind of spoiled home pied with this premium price admittedly but the setup process when i used to be used to but now it's like you've you've got to set up sonos and then you need to set up your music service with that and you need to assign to a room and sonos and then if you wanna do this eerie voice control on your phone ipad to play in this room you need to add home out of home kit and there's no bar codes or you've got to be nearby <hes> if you set it up otherwise to make it appear in the whole map and that's really flaky probably apples fault but if they had a bark it'd be easier but it is so many steps to the process to make it work <hes>. It's not like you know take on the box networks especially with the atlanta you gotta bring your four so <hes> not not a ringing endorsement but a definitely an interesting product especially for the bookshelf speaker in my opinion and maybe a second version of the lamp would be a nice and take a shot at with with some <hes> some of the criticism taking into consideration and also something the experience. We had a question from from from our hashtag. Ask them if mac on twitter from from someone who's handle at symphonic ludwig and he appears to be the personality of beethoven twitter and he asked us oppose echinacea mayo. Do you think apple at a weight that nataly adjust the settings on the home pied god patient talia way too much base for classical music seriously. I've been deaf since eighteen ten and i can still hear that based on that thing which i found to be a great ask that question so kudos that's awesome. I mean they did an issue for the for the ipod hi fi and they did e q settings for the or you can do different modes for like the music app and so whatever airplay out to the homepage how has that feature but not with home specifically so. I don't know i hope they do because i i also think it can be to basie if you're concerned about like bass sound and his case classical music. It's making sound not the way it's supposed to you if you can just jam them in blur them. I think that the response isn't really awesome but it's based on what you need and what you can do but i will say on the sonal secrets like that was a victory for those is that they let you control the equalizer you can control bay saying and trouble settings is in loudness and so what i found was out of the box on the way i wanted them to turn up the treble setting all the way up with the base at the mid level default. They sounded really you. That sounded really good that way so i don't know if they ever will but they should much home. They do all these things on day one and they haven't and now we're mike you know one year out and more so and then there's one we're asking that question. I want to answer this week which is from jason garrity. He's our at art arched hurtig one on twitter and he says what do you think apple can do to help prevent over usage of technology which may lead to anxiety or depression and my answer. Is that a lot of things lately with screen time for parental controls but for managing aging your own usage and giving weekly reports about how many alert serious eating and how much you're using your phone or ipad collectively and then this year they're adding to the macintosh acronym mac o._s. Catalina is releasing. This will all come together. I think it's pretty effective and things like that are debatable but like like <hes> nightshift free changed the display color temperature in your phone in the evening to discourage you from using it or at least make it easier sleep and that's that's debatable whether it's effective or not but it's something but you can listen to my ninety five watch time podcast episode with alex cox thinks three and i i go in the most there on my long request for something like mood tracking that requires user input but but something apple friendly where you can just track how you feel over time and have the health all fat collect that privately safely securely and then over time. You know you can see correlations with things like how you're you're. You're eating sleeping weather her to how you feel and then maybe even give resources for things like that so listen an episode if you haven't already <hes> jason and <hes> i hope that something they can do in the future in addition what they're already doing <hes> and also i also want to promote as as we go for the way for the week michael stevens excellent coverage of love the new apple azure store it yeah that's in the miami area and he got to see some like behind the scenes things like <hes> the boardroom specifically which is like meant for like big business meetings but he went as press and see that and his photographs are incredible. The store looks really nice. 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MELR0210 #17 - 90210 "The 17 Year Itch"

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MELR0210 #17 - 90210 "The 17 Year Itch"

"This is a head gum podcast. Hello and welcome to melrose to one. A we hate movies. Quarantine side show still with this. It's GonNa keep going wherein we recommend that you stay indoors and you put on your sunscreen. 'cause we're having a little fun here in Sunny Beverly Hills because it's Monday always want to give it will shut out to we. Don't do this enough. Anyone who's a person that has to that has to be out there in the world working Any kind of employees that are giving us stuff for this fucking world go delivering shit Do in food delivery food anything anything to do with food or goods. And you're not Jeff Bezos. God bless you and thank you for what you do. Yeah you're doing all that stuff. We're doing Mel Walsh. To one and then you know everybody evens out all evens out. We're the important stuff like telling you about Steve. Sanders failed deejay audition. Before we get to that I should introduce all these creepy voices. You're hearing joining me. My Name. Who enjoyed by disembodied. Eric Cisco Hello We've got ourselves a Chris Cabin High and we've also got Andrew Japan online. You where it is. I also Chris I I knew this is coming. I mean this is an episode. It's kind of funny. The episode we're talking about by the way is the seventeen year itch season one episode eight of Beverly Hills Nine O. Two ano- original air date never the twenty ninth nineteen ninety host of giving up. Yeah you you you got full and fucking Cindy is looking to get full when saying the same joke stuff. Yeah AH better. Yeah the Glen. This is like a coup photographer. New character comes on the show and he. He's got the fixings out for the Chris Cabinet and I said this last week so please stop me. If I'm repeating joker every week. My favorite thing is Thursday. Night you watch these episodes and you go through the roof and I knew it was coming because this is the Jim and Cindy centric episode in. These seemed to be your least favorite character. I'd be Cindy washes forgivable especially after this episode. I see what she's under and what she want. It's good to know. Wall should be hung. Yeah by telling you better fucking check that rope around your ankle Kevin because you are being untethered from Atlanta. Hey look if you want to shoot him in the head. I'm all for that as well but I'm saying just break the guys neck and we're all good. We're also team Chris on this one because this motherfucker is just like well. I know it's verse Ray. We could be having sex but I need to do my fucking taxes. Never Mind I do want to have sex objects within back jet that I do but my larger point is I get we get it. Through our group group chat the exclusives not even available. Patriot DOT com. Those are four membership slots and they are all but I will say I just imagined your wife like it's like your wife does not watch this with you. Right does now because he likes watching how much I ate it. Okay because I was GonNa say I just imagine hurt another room? She's very literate woman reading a nice books. You've got a big glass of Red Wine. And from the fucking walls just explosion hang hang designing new type of gallows. I have to have a project while this court happening. Guillotine this don't mind my home brew activities in the backyard. Does your dog afterwards thunder shirt when you were watching a show or what their end lightning. Yes so this is an episode. It is like I said Jim. And Cindy centric there are being see plots but I think the move here is just go straight through. Because they're so minimal and non whatever absolutely So this is an episode wherein it is cindy in gyms seventeen year anniversary. We start they just came back at me like this two sides of this coin. Cindy is like look all upset because they had to that a shitty dinner you know. They had to wait two hours to sit down. You know she's like Oh. I could see why everyone's so here you can't even get a Gash turntable and like Jim is like well you know. It's a hottest spot in town. I'm just shocked. We got in at all. Do you fucking. Here's the thing. I'm I'm a reservation man anytime it's like this place rules you might not get in but oh man if you know. I WANNA fucking reservation your forties get a reservation. Well hang on a second though. I don't think that he's mentioning it like that. He's he's saying like it's a hip spot like we got this table. Kind of thing. Her complaint is that the noise level was so loud that they couldn't hear each other at dinner they went to a hip spot because they're trying to revitalize their love lives so they're going to imagine a place that's for younger people like was shooters are interested to talk to one another like. That's what they're going to. They have nothing they don't WanNa talk to. Hey all it's Sandia waitress. I hate to mention it but y'all can't be in here. You Go ball child out here shooters you see that handsome man over there. We call him jake a days. He has by all taking your drink later. Excuse me Sir yes. Sorry to bother y'all but unless you're coming in here play in a caveman and Halloween and you'll really a handsome man underneath that. You better get Outta here. Middle-aged EXOSKELETON now you see jake over there in the corner you gotta young dawn of Him with grooming for him. Nineteen would be perfect for him. Y'All if you have a nineteen year old live Sandy Maxwell. Sorry you're going to have to shave your hands child before you come in here dude. There is a lot of James Exposure in this episode. A man. It's like fucking Burt Reynolds down there. It's a lot. I mean cities totally into it. So yeah but you know. She's not just thinking. If I could fistfuls of that ship normally it is. It's not It wasn't going well for the anniversary. And it's weird. We don't lend this till the middle of the episode but there is a missing anniversary present. Like it's Kinda weird like usually that would be something we talked about at the top like. Oh you know that. Got Lost in the male. It'll be here any day now or something like that. It's actually missing. She just motherfucker down by me. Anything sending you know. It's it's sad but Amazon. Sorry I'm sorry doesn't exist yet. The male lost my self confidence. I had a brand new self confidence coming in. That would allow me to have sex with you but it's gone now lost Nassar but it's it's your anniversary. You had your Nice Dinner. You probably had a couple of drinks and Jim. Walsh just sits down with these tax tax returns. And he's like well honey the IRS doesn't know it's our anniversary dude fuck off you know. It's really Shitty at Mike. He also does the shitty move of like they're getting into bed and she's like. Oh Jim Remember our first anniversary. We ate dinner in bad and he just moved to fix it. He's like yeah and I'm getting hungry and make some move and I was like. Oh Dude wrong turn only exactly that dude told. You're hungry by the way Jim. Don't you remember when we we shared what we really loved? My Yeah my Dick. Aren't you ready author? If you're hungry go downstairs my friend. That's a way to start yeah. There's some analysts the more engine. Ladas that you fucking hated racist mentoring me. I'm cuddling well. There's also the anniversary the least you could do. His yearly lingus appeared but Tony was making fun of them is supposed to do do it anyway. There is a thing that happens in this scene and then it happens again at the tail end of the episode. And you know all television shows do this and I think it's hilarious when they do it here. It's great to be. There's a sad moment so we're playing a sad slow version of the theme song. Dude Dude Dude did it. I want this played at cabins funeral cabin at your funeral. Here's what I'm GONNA DO Cabinet. Matt I'm GonNa take the big portrait of you that they're gonNA plan to have their. I'm going to take it down and replaced with a picture of James. Echoes Playing Gym Walls. James Ask who will outlive us. All is going to be my one to your funeral. Were all talking. Like I'm not bringing at least one of you down with me fair point. I'm GonNa Steal Andrews bid here just because I watched the theme song today in this episode. And you would think it's just funny because there's just not a lot of material to cut in for these like for this theme song especially for the goings on Canadian rep and ask you something really quickly please you. Because you know you're you're big on this show you've watched a lot more because you said you watched you made a point to just say you watch the theme song this time. Do you skip the intro on like Hulu. I'm not a big theme song skipper. Unless I'm really in the middle of Binge I actually. I gotTa hate when Netflix. Does it automatically? Yeah fuck that. Oh yeah when you go like into the next episode. We're never and if the show doesn't have a cold open exactly like a madman. They'll they'll cut the INTRO MC that's what I need. I need that eerie music. Yes you need that fucking jammed the other thing. I don't appreciate and it's like I'm sure it's just like the setup it's like the policy or whatever but we're going through better call Saul on Netflix. Now if you haven't watched that show the theme song is literally like ten seconds and so it comes up and it's always it's a cool thing. It's like cheap nineties issue looking bad video and that's the point and I love watching it get a little nostalgia with other neon colors. Netflix gives you the fucking skip option. And I'm like dude. It's ten seconds. Where do I have to be three strums of Surf Guitar? Exact GONNA skip it anyway. Saris you go through the. I'll alright as I wanNA watch pouty cart wanting to skip the Simpson Center when they just do the straight from the chalkboard to the couch. Exactly the way you know. There's people their jobs are like making sure the time codes for that so it can happen. So they're these people are like complicit in an fucking terrorist schemes. Damn straight dude. You're an essential employees that I don't respect by what was just because there's so much footage from the basketball episode. You would think watching this first season basketball show. Every HE GOT Steve. Sadness covered end. You Got Jason Priestley. Throw the basketball around. Like it's just a lot of basketball wanted sporty kids to watch it. You know that's true. We originally pitched a show as a basketball team. Show called Hooper's MINIMA I you know I. It went through the cracks. I'm sorry about that but we got Beverley Knight up to whatever out of it. They could have done that but was that the Tgif show where it was about. What was it called Steve Female Tennis yes. It was how it was a show. Where like a little out was a little? Sorry named Fina was coffee. Why because he was a tennis. Fina is that a word. Yeah you've never heard female now. It's a phenomenon trust me. It's a thing right. Ask James that cows so anyway we go to school We find out the DJ OUR BELOVED DJ. Whose is name. I can't bother to learn DJ. Mac or something. I was trying to listen this Yoyo. I'm getting fired. I'll talk to you later. Jay Mike Mc Mike Okay. Yes do you J. and it's also like I don't know it still feels pretty early in the school year. What happened. What what what went down here. I think total scandal Doodo. Maybe you know it was. We didn't see it. There was a little side plot one episode Dj. Mike Definitely was using profanity on the air and the FCC fucking came down hard on West. Beverly High Heat brought Jim. Walsh ended to go on the keyboard a little jam the fuck. Outta here called the DJ. Mike actually got sued. He used a sample from the Tom. And he's opening and it really really I. It came down on the school hard. Yeah that's a bummer. Sometime Club with Manatt Linda way move was like we're GONNA get that fuck in high school Dj and we're GonNa get him good. She now owns one third of West Beverly High Tj. Mike is Buried underneath my house and yet they're so we hear this and it's like David is like Oh Scott. This is my chance to to be and it's just weird like again like this creepy early. David silver thing like everyone will have to listen to me. Then he's really obsessed with like I mean just like any kid but like you really. This is the only thing you know about. David is like he just needs to off of attention. Much like Superman gets powers from the sun and meanwhile Miss Russia's mostly sober and ask Brendan and Brandon Brenda to be in a twin study. I don't know what happened in. Minneapolis Brandon's like no one's GonNa fucking broad me again. Like what happened. Yeah I don't know I think like that dude was originally supposed to be much taller. Science experiments happened remembers. All about it. Like seven some twin study. That was about like what happens if you give one twin a bunch of coffee when they're like a little kid. Some stranger things Laborde Tori was originally known as project be weapon. I just lost by telepathic abilities last year. And I don't want him back Brennan. Do you remember the last time we do escape from a lab like come on? Come on you can't give me a sunny day. You you control the weather. Why don't you just give me a sunny day? It'd be a rainy day up. Man This is why they moved there. Fleeing government agents absolutely the Soviets of bad hit as being part of that fuck. Akira project. Bread on your Brennan Brandon important thing to note by the way with David Silver's dreams of being on the air. Scott of courses like I think that's a great and then Steve Sanders. Quick to rain on anybody's parade is like a little kid. You're not gonNA be the DJ. Because guess what. I'm putting my fucking clan propaganda that radar Steve. Said there's the morning. Sign me out totally. Do this is really highlight for me that this show is really more realistic. Like Scott. The Nice Guy who has been hurting to obey been supporting everybody he gets. He shoots himself in the face and a little bit. And the racist centers is still the king of the bucket high school. You know the good people die. That's what the fucking messages and you know when we started this side show Steve asked me how I felt about. Steve Sanders as blonde representation. I said it was fine. I take it all back is all the smuggling one line is. I'm the guy with the golden hair and the silver talk like now. Dude Dude Yeah just street centers of the Board of the Democrats yet again playing their games. I'm the one with the The golden hair the silver tongue. The blue is in the white skin. Supposedly that wasn't supposed to say that last part. Oh boy anybody notice. How many are black shirt? The school these days All Morning Steve Hitters in the morning is taken over the West. Beverly High Radio Station. I'm just going to say we will not be reporting the score. The Basketball Games anymore basketball is completely out now as far as we're concerned there's a caravan is coming in and it's bringing some athletes from other. There's a honk. Honk Honk Toilet. Flush Bagley Scott's Scott should definitely be the guy on the sound effects in no matter who gets this. Oh absolutely duty. Get Scott on a little slide whistle and he would he would totally excel and maybe not later shoot himself. So that's that that's that little thing We're setting that up. We also we cut in on Sindi at some sort of a for a at a at a plant nursery. Possibly the one from melrose place only three days ago. Fuck yeah look out for. What's his name? The shared cinematic universe. Obviously as we know but it's She's getting subdued is just. It's her and Anna and her which who. She refers to her assistant which is nice. I guess I guess so I I yeah I mean. I don't really know how you do that. She's clearly not friends with her. I mean it's to like put it on a resume for which obviously will eventually leave this outs of Oars Walsh built. I have to say I'm genuinely surprised to see this character returns. I was a one and done Ditto. So she's getting. We see the camera her through cameras. Line what the fuck is happening? Maybe it's the fucking Soviets. They've found him thought he was Greenery Nursery. It was like a Like gym walls. Because they're having problems already in the beginning of the episode is Jim Walson at a p I after. That's where I was too I was like. Oh that motherfucker. Yeah trouble in Paradise. Indeed it would be cool if this place. They're like a garden centre. It'd be great if it was tied in with Melrose place and that Dude. Paul was his name all the do because he was helping them out. Just yeah just creeping everybody out wanting to I would've date your daughter your daughter honestly. Paul could have been the one taking pictures but no. It's this guy named Glenn who happened to have hot ask Glenn over here move the tolerant of water to man. Yes dude no water shortage in fucking La County. That he just go. Cindy Walsh you know I was. I was taking pictures of you and I didn't even know it was you. And it just like what the Fuck Wasi explains a buddy of his owns the nursery and asked him to take photos from a catalog or whatever. Yeah may works in the In the plan shop and he asked me to come in and replace some cameras in the toilets. I'm Glen I run a voyeur website. Not really strictly legal. There's a guy at this very Very flower shop. Who loves his. Name's Paul freely into this part No old college buds. They know each other. Cindy is instantly like holy. Fuck Glenn Glenn grew up right and You Know Anna is immediately uncomfortable on no. Oh I don't want to have to tell Mr Walsh about this. She does mention that. She's been clipping out. His natural dreary geographic photos so like she's pining over this guy kind of in the back of the head for years and he kind of acts like that's like a sexual fetish he's like. Oh I didn't know you were a nat. Go or yeah man That might she. Oh and he lives in. La Nab because he's had all of his adventures is just try to settle down a bit. Plant some roots in this crazy world. You know just trying to settle down man you know what like e he's realizing you know he's got way less sunsets ahead of him as opposed to behind him. You know wants to get his life straight one foot in the casket and one in the bedroom. So Cindy's all you've got to come over my house at see Jim who you like and Yeah Ju Ju Ju Ju Yeah Jim Poletto I. I DID BASEBALL WITH NO JIM. Walsh Jim Waltz. I had him in math class. I don't know who's this. I don't know who this Jim is Jim. No he knows he knows all about her goes both ways because he read about her twins the alumni magazine. And it's super weird. 'cause this is sixteen years later whatever the fuck it is like you. Just remember that they had twins and alumni magazine had said twins flee science experiments pursue seven dead missing family question adult teen known as Mister Sinister to his friends. So Jim Glenn does show up for dinner We sort of see everybody afterwards. Hanging on every one of Glen's words all sitting around the fire in the family room there well. Most people are hanging on every word man gym walls not having it. He's mean clearly you your wife comes up even having problems. She brings in this fucking. It's like Oh look look. Who's coming for dinner? Oh yeah be coming for dinner. All rights hunk a hunk. She used to fuck. Yeah exactly we find out that they They all worked at the school paper together including Jimmy at a bit of a A writing bug like that's where brandon gets it. I guess And Jim Jim introduced Jim was dating or Glenn was dating Cindy and introduced her to Jim biggest mistake in my life. He says in front of everyone. Yeah wow dude uncomfortable. This is like a one hundred percent deuce chill conversation. I cannot imagine being in the room while this is going down anyway your mother. She went on to marry some loser. Okay you're sorry. I got here here buddy. He forgetting that that was you. Jim just a piece of shit. Didn't nothing care about her is that he never wanted kids. I mean it's really. Oh Jim I total limp. Dick so Jim Excuses himself because he's also says yeah. Jim was quite a writer in his day until he sold out. Mccabe A fucking Solis. Little stooge couldn't imagine you ever crunch the numbers Jim Boy. And it's like yeah. Well someone's got to pay for this insane house. There's a thing about like it happens through episode this this notion of like anyone who wants to go and do accounting obviously wanted to do something else for exactly and I gotta say I kind of understand to accurate. I think that's very accurate. There is a quick scene with when he's explaining like they're talking about it's Jim and like some other guy that works at this accounting firm. Bob Is this the boss? Or what is this guy? Yeah I don't know well. Jim was saying like Oh you know I was. I was bit into poetry as in this dudes like would you What are we find the fucking poetry and these numbers totally work? I wanted to be a baseball player and I was a kid that fucking died at twelve and then I decided. I wanted to be an accountant. Look Jim I'm a talk and live in tumor okay. Today's in tumor. You Talk to me about poetry. How about this coach? Do fucking work. I'm a hallucination. I think my wife might be having an affair. Yeah why don't you that fucking spreadsheet pal you buttercup Ching fucking? Step out with that work there. William Carlos Williams leaves. Don't talk to seven divorce Bob over. He does not care. Yes a excuses himself brand brandon and Brenda excuse themselves. This is Brenda needs to mind. Her Own fucking business and we're on their walking up the stairs palatial wall stairs and Brennan's like wow man I you know. I hoped Jim often hear this. Which is you know. I think Glen's look the first adult I ever met who life I actually wanted. Ouch yeah I read. Yes that would be hard for Jim whilst here however I think after the initial sting of overhearing that wore off you take a look and be like yeah I get it. Oh he knows and then she. I don't know I don't like the way the Glenn looks at our mother. Well if you don't like it so much Brenda. Why don't you stay down there and continue hanging out instead of leaving your mother? Her ex boyfriend and a roaring fire downstairs. Zip believe it. Man awarded the fighter in Los Angeles. It's not outside but just like listen man. If everyone's going to bed like that dude's gotta go home. Your or you could be Glen and say fuck you. I'm staying exactly. Everybody listens to this. Is that big Dick Energy. That Glenn has because like James Cast. Jim Walsh wakes up in the middle of the night and was like wait. My Wife's not here goes down the stairs and there's still drinking in front of the fire at all hours of the night. Dude any fucking goes. They're like they're like. I don't know that they're drunk or like falling asleep or what it is. But he's like he's not even looking at her because like his eyes are closed. These like leaning back slouching on the couch. And he's like. I'm going to show you my la you're GONNA fall in love with this finger. Play out evidently you gotta put a movie for some pretext or something. You know what I mean. Like why would he? He's getting away with the planet. Simple fucking GYP. Walls was like L. He got made fun of said. He's a loser. Glen Guy and it's just like yeah. I'M GONNA go do the taxes now. I hope you have a gland when you come into. My wife could still gently please please. Could you just speak gentle to clean up some of the dripping awed you world limited? I'm sorry I lean healthcare year limited on his what Glenn did we saw this Andrew. The episode is called the Seventeen Year H. We saw this coming. He's usually episode. But the way I'm here and it's like you look at the episode title and it was called nine or do we know episode nine. The come dipper all right. Yeah that's it season for. I want to address this. I mean we did get some complaints about the usage of that word on this show and from henceforth. I will refrain from it. I'll keep saying come visit seriously complain about saying I think it was some social media posts somewhere. We're watching we're out there. We're watching what one day. You make a wrong comment. One day with Danica Woman GonNa get us. I'm tripling the come numbers after hearing this. We'll send the Soviets after them so we have nothing to do with anymore. There's no country the next day It is A sexy afternoon date where he's showing her his Elliott and again like I mean this is what I start to feel bad for Sydney. She's like wow loss. Jilin like she's like. I never knew a convertible could be Fahd. Oh my God Glen. Because Jim Walsh has been doing his taxes time. He hasn't been going out and you could say it's hard work and all this bullshit but it's not. It's paperwork is the first time we've seen Cindy location wasn't a house or the front yard. I went to the fashion show last. Aw That's fair and the hospital at one time but yes it's never like I don't know why that was fun she did. It is funny the hospital which is in the opening credits which I think about that dumb seen every time because in that she was like my kids are heroes and he's she's just like Wow Los Angeles. Maybe I'll have tackled. Today I keep hearing about these tackles ad like their around like the like the Venice Beach Boardwalk area or whatever. And he's like you see Cindy there's all these people in Los Angeles doing all sorts of creative things and it's like person drawing on the sidewalk. Someone may be sketching caricature a homeless man whipping Dick out and pissing on the sidewalk. Cindy I can't wait for you to see it. Yes that is the Hollywood sign my la isolate the Hollywood wiz Glen. Well Cindy. Here's another part of my secret. La Tour If you look over there too you're right. It's GRAUMAN's Chinese The celebrities would put their hands inside the cement and unsigned Humphrey. Bogart had small feet. Does you just walk down the street? Yeah I know this is my We wind up back at Glen Studio Right. That's how this goes. Oh also by the way we should say. Very pointedly that Brenda Brandon decide by the weirdest line Glenn says at this awkward fireside chat for everybody else goes to bed as twins. Double the pleasure pay anyway. I'd let photograph sometime. Oh dope say that you can't say that and then and then offer to I get you your kids. The double the deployed. Can I have them for awhile? Island photo studio yet. Because here's the thing Glenn like. I get you glen. You're trying to make a joke about double That's fine but you know what Glen. This isn't a double mic gum commercial. No one in this house even has come right now dude. So you're just making a weird twin incest. Joke also refers to Brandon Brandon Brandon as Yang Yang is a worldly man. Eric World is I mean. He's a couple of decades after Roger and madman so he should have different talk like you shouldn't be talking like that. Says what he should have his his language should have evolved. Then this is where Glenn's game gets really fucking tight. 'cause he's just there at Glen. Studio is like Oh God that's when I was in Tiananmen Square. That's when I broke the Berlin Wall Shit accusation also covering Super Bowl twenty-three data that. That's that's from the fireside chat because Brandon is like. Oh my God I could be somebody right. Yeah Brandon. Has that line like like. He's actually someone that I could imagine warning to grow up to be and what we just showing their off all this cool stuff like this is my new series. I call it Cindy I call it. Cindy this this condo. I think what he shows her. Those voters Zindi later. This is like she's looking at another photo and she says like Oh. This one's a bit different though. It seems a bit staged and artificial. And he's like Oh you know that's what I always appreciated about you. You know you were always telling me what you were thinking. There's something like that and the Mrs Dude Cindy takes a step. A further hearing goes so. Tell me what your thinking and this Dude Glenn does not miss a fucking beat man he just goes you and Jim are like night and day. I think your husband's terrible relationship with his poison. I mean I don't know Do you notice how much more hair I have in your husband. Just throwing that out there. I have like four houses in in different parts of of of the whole world. So yeah there's that so. She's she's Taken by him and this is when he invites her to go to his new gala opening or whatever the fuck bullshits going on meanwhile Brandon Brandon. Go to this Twin study we get the creepy twins. They're it's it's on a college campus. Yeah these kids creep me the fuck out. I was saying I really hope that. The director of this episode with spoke to these two twins before we started rolling and they were just like you know. Can you like be really creepy like? I sincerely hope that these guys were acting right here and this just wasn't like creepy twin stuff. It's fucking terrifying. We'll have got red hair. Red Curly hair to. It's not a great look. Yeah you remember. The station twins from Bill. And Ted's bogus journey more than that. We want more than that from there but This actually gets into like stranger. Things asked territory where they do. Esp like tests on both Brandon Brandon and these two Erie twins. I don't know a couple of wavy live. Getting Electric Rows Gum falls out of should say For Real not know heads revisiting area. I know where you're going with And I saw this by the way. This is The actress Denise Dow's playing Professor Whatever her name is Professor Harried Stat strathmore actually winds up coming back on the show. As a different character the principle of West Beverly High for twenty-three Morales responding. That's what we've been saying on hooked on. Tj Hooker the responding this TV thing because again like you don't expect these episodes to come back to this barely. Whatever you don't even know if the show is gonNA continue exactly also this woman a played I. It's not a huge role in the movie. But she's also Marlon Wayans mother in fucking requiem for a dream. She POPs up in a lot of stuff she's good. I like her She was in Ray. Yeah I think they saw in this episode that she will talk down to Brendan. I think that's why she got the big with the and the they're like get competitive with the creepy twins and Brandon's like Oh we're fucking losing or whatever but Brenda keeps bringing up. I don't know about this Glenn Situation. We go to the art gallery. Actually we I go to school and we're talking about it. She invites Keller whatever and she starts asking Kelly. All these awkward questions about like. What is it like when your parents get divorced? What's it like to have an alcoholic mother? It's like I'm candy for all these questions. Kelly because your mother's a fucking train wrecks. Let me just remind you really quick about the fashion show less. There's one bit of on location shooting here. I wanted to point out because it was interesting. Glenn gives the invite to the art show while they're like on a walk around those like canals in L. A. I don't know what the name of them is. But there's a footbridge that they're on In this scene and he's doing like Javer play. What if and that the other thing that footbridge did you guys recognize up any chance? I'm sure it's a ton of stuff. I recognize it immediately from the first nightmare on ELM street movie. There's a scene where Heather Lang Camp Johnny Depp. Talking about what's going on with her and it's it's earlier in the movies that they don't know about Freddie and shit see I don't think but the two of them have that conversation like on that exact footbridge we hold on doesn't make any sense at movie takes place in Ohio. They shut that movie in Ohio. Steve we'll talk about rented. Hollywood from Glenn. No broken hearts on the pod today so they go to this fashion. Show Kelly's wearing art art art gallery. Oh Art Gallery a fucking insane outfit. It's like gold chains over black dress again. Designed by Frank Miller himself like a nightmare situation like there is. There's a there's plenty of Donna in this episode. There should be. Yeah in the advice. Seen when she's asking Kelly all about shit. Donna is also there with Brandon. This sort of like walking the hallway because this is where you also have. David is like there's a quick cut away to David de like showing Scott like Hey Scott. I think this is a little something like this is how my audition is going to go. And he's like free styling in the hallway all the kids in the hallway start booing immunity except for the one black kid who starts dead thinking like. Oh that kids rapid. I'm dance. Yeah Dude. What are we look? Look guys know Tories charming? Nobody's really drawn in by her. But here's the idea here fellas. What if you embarrassed her terribly in every scene she's in? I think that would really be good for Don I and and Tori as well. She's back at the at the art gallery openings. She has nothing to do. Just sucking air out of the room in same that like a and like you know we have been complaining or maybe just me about like the lack of the tertiary characters getting their own shit just yet. I understand. It's early goings of the show and whatnot. But Donna's specifically dude it's like she is just a glorified extra she is. There's once where they're walking down there talking about all the events of the episode. She doesn't say a word and like Tori. Spelling is not like reacting properly. You know what I mean. It's just like staring literally staring into space. 'cause it's one of those like I'm a bad actor that when I know I have a line coming up exactly like embody the scene and live in it. So I'm not reacting to other characters and every line is like a gus to win it just like like you're going through this space and looking at the and they stop at one and and fucking Donna and you believe it you could be up there. One day a their thing. Yeah anyway so Donna. Could you not be here thank you? Hey Brenda did that tumbleweed. Just say somebody Kelly by the way wants to fuck Glenn in a big bed way. Brenda. Yeah well. She read even says the creepiest light of the episodes. I wish you'd flirt with me and not my mom. Yeah exactly e- Wow Glenn. Had you know the older lady now? We can get her daughter. Maybe potential and I have to say it fucking totally tracks guys because remember a few weeks ago when Brenda totally had the hots for the teacher when she took the baby sitting Gig and she also in the first episode. She's after the fucking forty year old guy who tells us using the fraternity or would all right. Yeah forgot about that guy to her friend. Kelly bangs Jake. Who's like Forty eight years. Old Glenn is like the Gray Fox Jed eye whereas Roger Madman is the Gray Fox. Yeah likely the Glenn is like going after age appropriate. Women just wants a nice life supposed to pick up. One marriage doesn't want escape an entire childhood or anything like that. Just their break-up one marriage there is. You're totally right on their age. Appropriate thing Chris because in this scene You get to see all of his like conquests come like. Oh Hey glen has gone Glenn Avid Seen Awhile like and it's very implied that he's fucked the mall. Rooster has sex with all I know. Man That reminds me Steve. You're you're you're saying a line from Seinfeld. That is a character reacting to something Frank Costanza said by the way just. Rip Jerry Stiller Man. We haven't had a chance to say it on the air yet. Parking total legend man titled I. You'll be missed. You cannot watch the anything he does that. Show not laugh. You're literally left out loud. Yep So love just the woman coming up. And he's like you're gonNA blow it. Get outta here Kimberly. You are ready goodbye. Because she's like. Oh Hey shut the fuck up oh. Asid you want to get some fresh smog outside. That's a joke. That only I've made about LAS. I invented it also coined the term Pardon my French. Excuse me that was me Larry Cohen. I created that I've been making Mitt for decades. There's a thing in the art gallery scene here. Where it's like Brenda Kelly Donna Brandon. They're talking about one of the paintings photographs or whatever and they're talking about what they see anything. Did I get this wrong here? When Brandon at one point is like saying what he thinks about the photograph is he doing also Marlon Brando impression. Guess and it doesn't make any sense. I Okay I was like what the fuck is this guy talking about. Why is he doing a Marlon Brando? In right now and a poor one at that that goes without saying they go outside. They're having more emotional conversations and they just start making out man. I'M READY TO SETTLE DOWN. Cindy but I'm not ready to settle your wallet and Brenda like a fucking NARC. Breaks out completely well she. She doesn't see the kids. It's not like At the codfish ball speaking of madman when Sally Sees Julia Ormond Give Roger a blowjob. And that one's Oh God I haven't thought about that and along party that he's like wearing black facing now. This is a different party. It's Julia Ormond. You've I do not believe Julia. Penelope was unmatched. Like I said. Seth Lord Roger. That's right it's Jerusalem on. She does a French accent. So that that even confuses it even more Anyways so they make out and Cindy goes home and I needed to find this out because like it's it's it's Brendan Kelly. They're downstairs in the kitchen as always it loved this fucking kitchen just hanging around this kitchen love in the kitchen dude. So she's just like I don't know I'm not ready for my parents get divorced. And She Kelly. What's it like? It's just like it's fucking terrible? What do you want me to say? What's it like being divorced kid? Imagine a lot more trips to circus liquor. They at least don't do the standard response to something like that in pop culture which is the aggressiveness. Yes the music reaction of multiple holidays. Yeah well you get two Christmases now. He had but also meanwhile city walls. Because she's making the better Brenda doesn't see them make out but she could tell her. Mom's mood is very weird. She comes home and starts playing the Stereo Brenda's like she never listens to music like this. Fyi It's standard bullshit. Who Package it is. But I looked it up. It's fucking Chris Chris Isaac Song originally there ass. Yeah exactly exactly gym walls cubs home and just like Stereos on just turns it up if you come home and your wife has just gone to an art gallery opening with her fucking Hunky best friend and then she comes home to the Chris fucking Isaac. We need to have a conversation. Jack's time actually. Also if that's the scenario by the way and in all scenarios okay. Major Pet peeve of mine you come home. Someone's Got Music Con- don't you dare fucking turn it off with. You can turn it down if you have something important to say. You're not seeing the five dimensional chess here. Glenn clearly put the tape of Chris. Isaac in that player Guy. Waiting for this very situation to happen. Hey Jim up cindy this a young new artists. I discovered actually batches album and I WANNA say also Steve. Thank you for bringing up Looking into the music was here any what it was at the Front? Because I gotTa tell you this time around. I was like there's a lot of song ear. It's not just an instrument situation. There's lyrics it's like a full band. I am going to shift. Zam this and find out just who it is. They got to replace the song. And I fucking Shit Zam debt. Let me tell you something guys. It came up with a huge question mark. This is fake music that doesn't exist and it's driving me crazy. It's pop this pop pug package that who bought. I guess it's like it's like all like it's all way out of place you get ninety s style music in here. That's the that's the like the biggest thing that drives me crazy about it is it's all anachronistic music and it's killing it's all some forty one demos as all of them are some forty-one Demos say burner Bernard or did someone say forty one. I'm Jim Walsh Account Forty one. That's the bottom line. That's what that's what I do some forty one when I'm doing my excel spreadsheets. And you know what when your wife turns on wicked game the best thing to do fellas get your face in some spreadsheets. Things one is the loneliest number. You come home. She's playing Chris Isaac. She doesn't WanNa fuck your huge trouble like if you know it could be a nice Nice Nice evening. Maybe a bottle of wine and my future. No Okay I was trumbull and I loved dude. He'd fucking turns off this music and then she comes at a nice little development as far as the the nine. Oh Two one oh set here? Because Cindy is out on some like widow's walk like big balcony thing. They have off their bedroom tonight. House bad man. It was pretty cool. Remember the next time. Brandon cries fucking poverty. Yup absolutely and so she comes in. They have like a little bit of discussion gym walls in the bathroom right here. And then James Accounts comes out from around the corner. And he's like polling up Pajama Pants. You Have Jim Walsh with his Pajama shirt wide. Open that fucking Burt Reynolds. Rug is all over. That guy's frontside and then you also get a little tease about just james kaos in this boxer shorts which hold up these pants did. He's wearing Pajama Pants. Like it's the nineteen forty. There is one look specifically that caught my eye He has an open robe. Much like What's his name fuck? Burma boogie nights reynolds. No the coke coke dealer follow Alfred Lee. He has that look but he's getting ready to do taxes. Also we should say Jim was supposed to go to the art gallery opening and he calls and he's got this old style bag doritos. Yeah she's like you're not coming are. How'd YOU GAS BY TAXES? Oh you heard the doritos smack in the background. Did you gotTa Count? All these doritos by the end of the night number thing I do at the office the only way I can count Dorito successfully without making a mistake. Is Eating them one time? I didn't let me tell you honey when I get back from this I'm gonNA come behind you. Wrap my arms around you and tell you what our quarterly tax payment or quarter three. Oh we're GONNA BE GETTING DORITO. Dust all over shoulders of Ed Dorito kisses of Song. That guy wrote for his dead dog buttering his whole butterfly kisses at the very end of the episode. Not to get ahead of ourselves. They do go like they're going to go away for a romantic weekend. I imagine that set cool ranch. Pack your bags honey. I got all the Doritos in the car. Already we're going to have a romantic weekend at coups place takes to Derby. Those are Flavor Dust Silos. They're right over here with us to cow or anything barbecue could you? Could you flavor dust my wife just for tonight? I asked me fencer waiver. Done newlywed pecking. We do flavor does his wife. There's erotic sweets of the the doritos factory like it is a factory. Obviously the big doritos there but there are off the side of a couple of erotic sweets. Get this fucking edible panties that are made at a dorito flaming. We're all out all out of the Taco Bell Flavor Panties Irish we are of the Taco Bell Flavor. Patty turning car around Sweet Chili Condoms. My fucking flaming hot yeast infection. Man Worth it any way they. You know this kind of continues. Cindy's like you know. She kind of just goes to bed. Really huff and puff Brandon Brandon. Get the brand brandon finally goes over to Cindy side the The the the professor kind of gives them psychological evaluation. It blows up that. I don't WanNa get away from him. Sorry to interrupt you but I mean I I was physically uncomfortable watching a lot of this episode because it is just so filled with awkward moments including one that happens right before we go back to the college professor. Which is Brandon Brandon? Getting Ready to leave to go back to the college campus in the morning. And Cindy overhearing. Her two children talk about how her and her husband. Don't fuck each other. Oh my God. They've been going through three nights now of hearing at full volume and full hour. So know what's going. I Dave Fine. They could deal with it. What excellent time appropriate reference? Chris Oh God but like so that they get this. Whatever the psychological evaluation if blows up So Brandon and Brenda decide to cook the dinner. Like little kids they to like parent Trap Them. Kinda thing definitely trying to parent trap them over. Dinner after Brandon says to his own sister. Oh Mom and dad need is a little time together and a lot of sex. They're GONNA FUCK THEIR PROBLEMS. Way Brandon one point. Glenn like visits the House again. Like BRANDON'S I. I can't believe the guys. You're pulling a neuner dude and then rent a new narrative. Let Me Tell You. Brin doesn't involve food. Well maybe it does good question I love brought a Thereto Bikini I love in this scene though. Is this scene when there. There's some seen around here. Glenn is calling and leaving multiple messages as if he's directly calling an answering machine that only cindy will listen to just like. Oh Hey it's glen of called four times Cindy this is your personal answering machine is it? You don't live with the loser named Jim Jim. You're listening to this too. Oh Hi Cindy I really want to have sex with again in high school anyway. So my best Jim. Hey Cindy y'all are your fucking where my love Brandon Brenda looking forward that shoot tomorrow? Docu? So bad okay. I talked to Sir. I can't get the smell of you off of me day. And remind remind me to call with the recipe at some point Jim when he said that I was wedding. Just men if I was in the pool the I do love this. This is one Sydney needs to fucking call this guy and be like listen. I have a wife. I husband family here. You can't be fucking by answering machida. I will fuck you. I'll go to motel. We have to fuck do this spark way. She has a wife and a husband and she. I messed up so whatever. That's kind of that This dinner seems a fucking disaster. They cut a really start laying it on thick because like well we haven't fucked in like two weeks or whatever the number is and she's like yeah because you just come home you WanNa fuck it pound me after you do tax. Don't even talk to me. And he's like is dude. It's the it's the fucking worst turn. This dude can make and I know earlier in the episode I was like chastising cabinet a little bit and while I don't think that gym walls needs to be put to death. I do think that there's a lot of missteps along the way including this where he's at this awkward dinner table and the kids are like spying on them from the kitchen and he just goes. I have a vague memory about what sexes like like. Come on do hey. I'm all about compromise. Compromise time. We cut his tongue out. Can't talk no more fucking mouth. No Guy He's now. Oh poor wreak. That's about where I stopped watching that shows when rickets fuck can dig into what. You're probably the right. That was the right thing I watched. I got a one of those an alert of the tweet. I did last year on the right around this time. The game of thrones finale and I was all upset and I'm like man. What a bucket of blurred. I would kill to be disappointed by that. Show yet again. Totally Dude I will say the the volley that Cindy has. Here's pretty great. Because Jim after he has that horrible fucking passive aggressive line about remembering with sex's vaguely they. There's another exchange and he's like we know. Cindy I've just been working so hard and Baba and she fucking put that to his immediately and goes. Stop hiding behind your damn work. And it's like that's right dude. Yup UNDER LEASE SAYS. I'm in over my head here. But not even with the cartel accounting your. I've been in battling year. How do you think we could afford this palace? I could see him. James Jim Walsh could definitely be the counselor in the counselor and it just. It falls all in on one day and he's just fucking gone. You believe they're making a movie about me. You just want that fucking a decapitation machine. Go ahead Jamal Shas. Oh that movie has a decapitations. Oh it's it's. It's something that movie's a wild ride. It's worth Cindy you you haven't sex with a car. It's a convertible on that. That's the Cindy with Glenn. Jim True as whatever. I'm Jim Walsh is another mountain of work to and he fucking leaves the table. In Hoffman O. And then she winds up driving glands and she liked pretty much put an end to it. She like you know she gets conflicted but she's like. I can't do this. This is crazy. What are we doing here? Yada Yada Yada. Oh no this is when she says we got carried away. This is where he gives her the. These are the photos that he took her and she's all like. Wow you like did something like with me in mind like you created a thing while thinking about me. I have no idea what that's like. He says a line that being my wife quote all the time. Which is we? Were having a mental affair which is just as dangerous. A real one like now also has a line right here. I think it's him that says that because they get like. They're like touching foreheads. Kind of Kinda theatrical. Because we wanted to do this for ever legit dirty over Glenn listen listen. Life is not about joy and making connections with people are dying inside feeling anything because you you married a loser and have shitty kids. That's what life's about not about just going off and having fun with Glenn the photographer no. It's about taxes means the tax. So she storms out. He's like oh. And this is when Brenda Wren Brandon. Drive up at see her runaway and they assume that they fucked and because they're like doing this photo shoot that day. It's like Cindy look they're fucking calendar. Do not be going over this guy's house when they're gonNA go there for the fucking stupid photos shoe yet. But in her defense dude like she is going there to right the ship. She knows that she's not really doing anything raw. Sure so she doesn't feel the need to like really sneak around about it and I think is the idea there but she does run out of the second studio Because after that line of like we wanted to do this forever. There's like some other exchange that she just goes. Nah just this and I was like you just couldn't handle delivering that law. The next day is the culmination of the DJ tryouts out that little thing. What if Donna try it out for? Dj Go you know what I take that back. Immediate you was terrible. I have to do is embarrass her and humiliated in front of a national audience. She'll she'll get right on with you. So Donner's pieces shifts kick shave my daughter. Oh yes. It is a really spectacular burnout dude and I don't understand why the try outs for this radio. Dj Slot has to be you. Go In free style. I don't know where that came from either. Mc Mike Pre Requisite or something. I guess so you got you. Got Big shoes to fill you know. Don't do what Mike Does. Bring your own entertainment. I don't understand you. You have to do this rap. Or whatever and so. Donna flames out. Instantly fucking pathetic. It's something to see honestly. Did you watch the Challenger video? He's had a lot of stipulations. Whoever is going to go into his shoes number one was. They all have to be white white understand. This is coming from administration. Well Mike. You're doing an excellent job as DJ. You're representing all the views of Oliver Student Body. Shall we say maybe? Try Out for the basketball team. What does it fucking principle sanders? So like Steve Sanders. Notices Donna. Fuck flaming out just goes. Oh the humanity and it's in there and totally freezes up and David and Scott watching this because I guess the way this is situated and like. We didn't have a radio station in our high school. So I don't Know James. With it's out in the middle of everything. Well that's the thing right is like the station also has a big glass window where you can see and you know Eric. United College radio at and it's like the station did have big windows and shit like that but like it was inside the station. Yeah it wasn't like right out now hallway. It was like an out of public. It was like a subterranean booth and I couldn't imagine attending or even visiting or even knowing of a high school that was rich enough to have a fucking radio station and there the middle. I mean you're going to see them smoking cigarettes and taking hits from the flask and also like this. Do the right thing here comes. Mookie delivered another pizza so yes he flames out. David gets on there and does his great David Free Style and I think he he does. I mean he becomes the DJ. But I don't know if they've made that clear in this episode do they. Well insofar as like he did a quote unquote the best job But there is a line that he has discovered like right before this. Like when Steve is flaming out and Scott's like what's going on with Steve Sanders over there and David like looking at him at his. If this is like a thing like that everybody knows he just goes over my God. It's Mike Freeze. What are you fucking age fright nor dead air? Oh he does even say like this is better. The dead air is it a focus of. Yeah Go David. That's what I thought. His Gimmick was going to be dude because everyone starts paying attention. When he's like ripping apart Steve Sanders I was like. Oh that's like how David finds his niche as the radio. Dj y'all know exactly like insult DJ. Like comedy then. He does this rapid. It's off an all likelihood he would actually be turned into 'em which is fitting character are some people that are like. Oh my God David Silver congrats. Now it's amazing even says in one of his freestyles like vanilla ice but I'm here to say it's like do know. Please don't call attention to that. You will always Bonilla is if you are white rapper. You're always I don't care how good you are. You're hallways Bonilla ice. It's always going to track back to vanilla ice dude. Also I do love. There's I it's I think it's his most momentous moment yet and may be the biggest moment till shoots himself in the face but did Scott. There's this big like the camera pushes in on Scott. It's like this actors got this huge close up and he's like I've created a most I do. I love that because I feel like whatever and we you brought this up last week. Like houses kid a fucking regular. I feel like when they finally kill them off. It's like an accounting thing. It's just like somebody's going through our books and we're paying Douglas Emerson as much as we're paying everyone else. That Kenny drew exactly. Do this is just. This is like creative accounting balancing the show. No I'm reading D- scripts and I'm seeing a lot of Scott and we could take those out and put in more of Donna being humiliates looking through that offering easy. I don't understand why we I mean we could just kill him. He killed himself for happen. Saying Donna humiliated made me think. I am sure this doesn't happen but man Steve. Is there an episode of this show? Where they all have to participate in like. There's like a school like fair that they have to do like it's like the seniors got to work at the school fair and there's a dunk tank and Duncan on Donna. I am almost positive. There's a dunk tank seen but I don't believe it's Donna. That goes in there. Might BE A steve set. I'm thinking about it. I think it's in in the college years. There's a dunk tank. That Steve's fraternity does and he gets dunked repeatedly because every fucking awesome nice dunk the racist Dharma. God just a crowded i. I'm not telling you. Writers had a right. But what if Donna was the one that Dunk Day? You know what might be fun? As you get Donna out in a dunk tank but the trick is the dunk tanks on a pier. There's a hole in the center. What I'M GONNA die soon and I'm not going to have enough money to keep Roach. So why don't we start a whole show just with Tori show? She had that fucking reality. Man was the name of that it was like her and her husband do something else kind of. Oh Yeah Dean something. His name's Dean something something to spellings or some shit. So Great Glenn comes over the how Jim goes to Glen's house and he fucked retail the short man riot act. And what I do appreciate about this is like it's not like this overly aggressive agro bullshit kind of thing. He actually like talks to this guy and like he does stand up for his family. In this moment he stands up for himself and his marriage and his family and like honestly like. That's the it's a nice way to see a situation like this handle walsh. Get the FUCKING TIRE. Iron OUT OF THE CARS SAVELL. Bundy Horse Shit like over to beat your ass. You talk to by way again. Yeah exactly what actually but you could also tell Glenn Holding back and not like he's just like yeah you're right. I'm a piece of Shit. Okay yeah all right. I'm a piece of Shit. All right. Yeah you do only have your family and that's it Do you just empty inside other than your family. Well you should have it then. You should that. If Glen wanted he could totally dominate. This dude does get to be my Fred Ziada. He's like taller. He's got a big reach and it's his home turf of his fucking Photography Studio which. I'm sure there's weapons. Illegal things everywhere. Autofocus is due to the fucking tripod. Glenn was being for real where he would end. This conversation with Jim. Every time you see your wife and your kids looking at you in sleight disgust rather than total disgust. I want you to remember that. You only had their family. Because I didn't want it could have had it and I didn't want it so I think the way I not your your wife is my fucking run off with when you are covering your wife in. Dorito dust entering her. I want you to. She's thinking of me. Hey how'd you know I was taking her to the red? I photographed the ran into reading. World magazine kept me a subscription Bikini photo. Shoot that was I. I will pay a year up front for the fucking Dorito magazine to come every month. Dorito world magazine World Magazine asked photograph for Dorito World Natural Geographic obviously and intendo power. But that's a great thing about why it should be a Dorito magazine Dude because then you could debt photographs and stories about all the other cool. Jurado flavors that are in Europe and Asia that we don't get into the united. Oh yes totally American Ecuador. I mean like this might be a thing. Can we bring back magazines? Launch this step bring back to form Dorito World Magazine. That will give us. This'll finally get us publication because we will save journalism by launching Thereto World Magazine. And finally someone might cover this podcast. It'd be something so Glenn finally goes back to Cindy at her house. And he's like listen. I just wanted to say. Thanks for Blah Blah Blah. You know it's been. It's been a riot. I've got an assignment in Canada That's a bullshit thing because what in the last since fucking cindy came over last night you just got this assignment yet. As I got an assignment and a girlfriend in Canada. So she's like all that's been great. Oh It's been wonderful. He gives her the photographs and Brendan and brand. This is brandon and Brenda notice him at the House. And the Brandon's like he's pulled at Nuder bread. What DOES SLEAZE MEISTER? He also says yes great. This sleaze Meister neuner with my mom. Her grand that's true. That's the bunching so that's kind of that scene finally Everyone's in the House and Jamal storms and in the middle of the afternoon which is unlike him because he doesn't doesn't come from secretaries. Aselton TEN PM from front work from work. Thank you Steve. Because like this is kind of feeling like he's got something on his side as well absolutely. Yeah like these coming on every night for what reason exactly although the numbers had perfume Monday. Yeah honey we can go out to dinner and have sex today but the taxes start right back up tomorrow. We all look. I ran for the New Year. There is a line that Glenn has to the kids because like the kids get out of the car. When Glenn is like walking down the driveway to leave and Glenn Goes I just want you to know. You're a great family. You all really work well together and like that's it. There's the the kids don't say anything they just Kinda like. Keep walking and it's like maybe that guy wasn't balling are with the way that Brenda's been acting in this like and I know that there was an actual attraction that everything like that but the way she's been acting like being like a piece of shift to Cindy in this episode. I really wanted you remember that scene an American beauty when the kid. What's his name Spent Wes Bentley. Goes up to Chris. Cooper is just tired of like you know what? Yeah I fucked guys all the time I can four county. I want you to go with appropriately. I stuck it was wonderful beautiful. It was the best sex I had in my life. You think you guys think like did sex happen of some sort. Now between Cindy and Glen. Yeah no back in the day but not now which. Which are you asking about. College wasn't asking about James Scenes between the lines. Like maybe some hand stuff ugly Glenn Delgada Group. He got a hold on. I don't know what it was. Yeah disagree I don't think anything have. I gave that guy a beach in the parking lot. What a great art show and I condemn him in that parking lot. More Passion Than Your father. Oh absolutely unbelievable and the great thing though as this like as the driveway scene transitions into Jim. Walsh coming early for work again. I WANNA point out awesome really slow like single note at a time on a keyboard of version of the theme song. Almost as if James Echoes was Jim. Walsh was like learning the Beverly Hills Nine O. Two an oath theme Song Magazine and then done. Shouldn't John Cindy's you come in here. Guess what I learned. I learned how to play wicked game on the keyboard. Am You paid? How hot is it now right this song? This is what we do okay. so that's it you know they go off and all's forgiven. She probably never tells them that they they made out. I think that's the right move there. Well he kind of he knows something happened right. It's one of those. Well Kasese like pack your bags. You know kids you'll find for the night your mother and I are going away. He's like we're going to try for the third time to have our anniversary times try. Yeah they're going to the ranch dude but she's she does start there in that huge walsh foyer. And she's like Jim I and he cuts her off and like do you love me. And she's like yeah and he's like I love you. That's all I need to know him. Saying whatever sex you had. Let's forget it and move on whatever it was. She must be so pissed like I had a free pass. I didn't know I had a free pass. Fuck seventeen year anniversary free pass honestly like Larry David. I could've told you Shan't see right now. That doesn't do anything but like once we enter the full age of the cell phone. You're talking sexton back and forth between Glenn non try non sock Glenn into the Nursing Home mucking text dinner. I need an ekg on my cock. Cindy said Cindy. I've just had sex with a prostitute. It was empty and I was you the whole time. Takes me back dude. I don't even want to know about Glen. When emojis are invented leads everywhere man. All the young girls really lucky in eggplant. This is what it means square. That is our episode for this Mundy. We've got a lot of fun stuff happening on the well first. I should ask as we always do here. Are you excited to continue? End or any. Little parting shots. Things winning get to Eric. Cisco START WITH YOU. Oh absolutely I'm actually really excited like you know I've been losing my mind during this lockdown. Put these nine hundred thousand our PA- soad's and melrose it's like it's an awakening and makes me feel alive again and I feel like I'm finally now in a position to cosponsor the Chris Cabin legislation to kill Jim. Thank you for your support senator. Christopher cabin oh I fucking hate these people. I can't wait for next week. Ed Yuban I will just level-headedly say that you know what people have problems. And we're just trying to learn some lessons here. Each week are we not. 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Erwin McManus: Embracing People So They Can Embrace God

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

1:11:41 hr | 1 year ago

Erwin McManus: Embracing People So They Can Embrace God

"Hi everybody my name is romy welcome to the for the love podcast with your host. Jenn hat maker my mom. She writes books folks in speaks to cards but she mostly loves talking to amazing people on this podcast every week. Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoyed the show them Hey guys should make her hair. Welcome to the for the left podcasts. Super Glad you're here. We are in a really cool series right now. We talking to faith leaders who have done their work for decades. I mean I'm talking literal decades and so it's so interesting to pull up a chair air to their table and and learn about how they got here what they've learned along the way where they're at now so today is absolutely note exception. Today's guest is one of the coolest is leaders. The faith I've ever had a chance to meet to counter to learn from He's just well if you know who he is. You know what I'm saying is true he's just his whole vibe is so unique and he's been kind of on the front end of alternative ways as to gather in a fit community communicate messages of faith for thirty years and more way back when nobody else was doing stuff like that way back back when people were not asking questions that he asked where some of those processes may be a little bit more ubiquitous. Now we see them more. There's a lot more faith leaders taking different sorts of risks and creating different sorts of structures. He was sort of on the front edge and still is. He is super into. Fostering Art and creativity ativity in entrepreneurship at his church. Through all kinds of cool mediums. They very much highly value film and written Word Spoken Word and performance art and painting painting and cultivate that in the end. They're not just in their community but really activate their people and in the communities that they're in as artists so of course talking about author and Speaker Pastor Erwin McManus. So Irwin is the founder and the lead pastor of mosaic a community of faith breath born in Los Angeles and now all around the world with his very specific culture For people who would never go to like what you would consider an ordinary church. We talk all about this One thing we didn't even talk about that. I wish we would have as the way. The links to which mosaic has gone to serve the city and the world is just unbelievable. I mean you just would not believe the stuff. They have innovated in service to mankind brandon. I have learned from their example for years and years and years cost they are out there doing it And so I talked to him today. Like where did you come from. Wait till you hear his background. This guy by any means on paper was not headed toward leading a church. Church The stuff that he has overcome The things that he has learned the way he thinks about God and the Bible and people in the world world is just very fascinating like this was a really stimulating conversation He Discusses Postmodernism and postmodern Christianity. A Lot hot and then obviously writes and speaks leads into culture and identity in arts and change such an interesting leader His latest book. which we're gonNA talk about is? It's called the way of the warrior and ancient path to inner peace I'll tell you right now. He gets super real. The whole book is essentially about Sort sort of centered around mental health. And he said some really frank things on this recording today about his own personal battle with mental health and what he struggles with as recently as last week and so I really appreciated his candor and his vulnerability in leading in this way. So we're GONNA talk a lot about mental health today. And and what he has learned some of the paths to peace that he has discovered and is holding out to us And just all of it I just your this is just. It's a lively conversation and so I am so glad to bring you this great conversation with the one and only Erwin McManus Manis. It feels like we should have already met by now I we have so. Many people are sort of ancillary worlds. But here we. We are having our very first conversation Erwin McManus Welcome to the PODCAST. Glenn finally connect. I know we've got a lot of people in uncommon. I've actually heard she speak. This was years and years and years ago. So like how long would it been when when one of your sons. I was in high school while I only have one son the one now. Okay so that'd be about thirteen fourteen years ago. Yes yes I heard you talking talking one time and I'm sure that your whole talk or sermon was brilliant. I'm sure it was but this is the one part I remember the one part of remember. Is You telling the story about how your son came to you. One time like really earnestly very sincerely interested you know. Would you ever like knowingly. Put me in danger and you were like yes. Of course I would hard up. So that's what I remember. Thank you for dropping that bit of wisdom right into my young head. Yup that actually did happen. You came on behalf of his sister but a lot of it was actually rooted around Y2K and then nine eleven and A lot of things can happen in that world he remember when they When people are saying the whole world's GonNa fall apart and each part of that was I talk talk to resist hysteria and and I was really disappointed in how Christianity seem to be some of the most terrified Christmas some those terrified people in the nation and And we had people in La that were literally selling your home's moving to the desert believes the world. What is going on? So we did that as a declaration. You should lie. I told my wife. Hey if we're wrong then you know it won't matter nobody can tell us for uh-huh so we just raised our kids that you're gonNA make decisions based on fear we're danger. I love that I learned that from early on and I would. I think I think my husband and I have chartered a really similar path. That we're not very risk averse and and we don't make a lot of decisions based on fear at all and so does it means our kids get a lot of panics. Because apparently they listened they picked up the message so now we really got line the bed we made but we I I think we live our life pretty similar so look I've told my listeners. A little bit about you and who you are what it is that you do. And I'm cited in the minute you and I you're really gonNA dig into the themes in the last book you wrote but if you wouldn't mind just for a minute can you take us back a little little back to Before you are a pastor and a speaker and teacher and here a little bit more can you tell my listeners about where you came from and ultimately it Kinda what shaped you toward the path that you later followed in life. I'm from El Salvador. Some first generation immigrants Spanish is my first language learned. English publisher states became an American citizen. about ten years ago and I grew up in a kind of a religious ECLECTIC ECLECTIC environment. My grandfather was an atheist. Who believed in reincarnation and my grandmother was a Roman Catholic or never went to mass and my mom SORTA was A curious person brought a boo the home for a season Then studied Judaism decides. She was Jewish. And then my step dad was He was basically criminal and and came out of Relationship with organized crime and things like that in class and so he's just a good solid Hagan. I don't think he had any religious inclination in any direction whatsoever other than he was like a brilliant conman and so that's the world I grew up and I began reading science fiction a really early age. The age of nine or ten I connected to Isaac adds an often ray Bradbury and Andre Norton and Robert Heinlein and so a lot of their writings kind of blending physics with imagination and you kind of stretch ristic perspective perspective kind of shaped my view of the future and and on site just gripped with a really vivid imagination and just Really felt like there's no boundaries the possibilities of the feature and and then I read every mythology book in the library by Time I was twelve years old. I was really interested in like human mythologies and the stories we tell tell each other about God or gods and and then it became a philosophy student in college and and didn't have any real knowledge of Christianity at all. I mean I knew the name of Jesus and I think I had warm feelings about Jesus. Yeah you know and I was never an anti-god person person or an anti Faith person but I was probably an anti establishment personnel was sort of an anarchist so I was against religion against government against Touche's against fraternities. And anything bet that tried to conform people and say I was pretty much against that and And so it was the middle of all that that I found faith my whole family came to know. Jesus my mom I my My sisters sisters then. My brother was an atheist and and I was the last one and and and it wasn't that It wasn't that was unwilling to believe in something it was that it was really hard to wrap my mind around what I think a lot of times. I think are really easy things. The believe sure. It's a great point. Yeah we saved them with so much confidence because we've known them all of our lives you know and I was I and I may. I looked looks like I was probably but I was. I was actually trying to make sensible this and And when my brother became a Christian I was really confused because he it was a hardcore atheist. Now Yeah and pretty Pretty dark like hardened person and also I see him going to church and carrying a Bible when and then they all are now believers and they're telling me and my little sisters are going into their crying we don't want you to hell and I'm like what what is happening. And I felt like they absorb Kinda Colton and suddenly. They're all in and I'm out and I'm going doing well. How do you know I'm going to help all of your in and I'm out and that it was very confusing and they're still not living? I would consider like really noble lives so I told my brother God lets you wouldn't have. He has no standards an excellent. That's a little bit of my background in Came to faith in the middle of that journey and I wasn't really sure what to do with my life. I was a straight D student for a twelfth grade was College actually didn't get in touch. I finally begged my way to college actors. You know yeah. I walked into administration office US and And convinced them to let me have a chance because I could qualify to go to college and they did it. Yeah and it changed my life and and so many positive ways. And that's why I discovered saucy discovered. I love to think and in that you know it was called so different than elementary school. A career you grew up in education is about conforming and memorizing and learning. What everyone says is important? And then it's almost like if I could just skipped right to university were were was for me about exploration impossibilities. and and thinking edit more complex level and and that's I felt like I was at home but I was really searching for meaning I didn't know why existed. I wanted to know if there's any meaning to life I didn't care about heaven or hell. Eternity was irrelevant to me. I I just wanted to know if this life mattered in if I mattered. And that's what really drove me. Search for God. Well how on earth did you go from being a philosophy major at reluctant convert them come to being a church guy being a church. Planner being preacher you. I don't think I've ever been a church even to this day probably affair I I I think that if you're an outsider to faith and you make a sincere Determination that Jesus is who he claims to be. You really don't have an option of a nominal faith if if God has stepped in human history and he has taken on flesh and blood and come because intention and and and then you're you're was compelling I was like oh I have a reason to live. I don't necessarily I think inside of me. I always had this heroic narrative. I wanted to do something. Think matter with my life but couldn't even fix my life. So how's it going to save the world share and And I thought that was what was complaining to me about. Jesus was it wasn't doesn't that I could be saved from my own son and I know that's like the classic narrative What really compelled me was is my life could actually matter make a difference in the world and I could be a part of the healing of humanity and that really drew me on to Jesus was John Yeah and so then when it came to faith I was going to go to Yale Law School? Not because it would be a lawyer but because I just thought it sounded really cool. Shirt sure did especially for a straight D student let a redemption story was just trying to. I don't know I was trying to create a story that eh I mattered and and then when it came to faith I I was told you should go to seminary because I was really intense really passionate and And I had no idea what seminary seminary was so my brother who was an atheist comes to faith and so he goes to seminary and And so then I remember asking. I came to faith in Florida. And I said what's Steph furthest West. Nice I didn't even know. Christianity had expanded Christ central. I wanted to go where like we're the message said Jesus had not yet advanced and so I I thought you know what I am going. Yeah and they told me Texas. That's great it makes you mention California. Want me to get corrupted by the culture sherve course and so I went to seminary in in Texas in Fort Worth. Oh yeah and I dropped out after semester. It was so confusing. I just joined this movement that Jesus Start Two thousand years ago and suddenly Hundley. I was now in this really bureaucratic. That's institution and I knew nothing about Christianity as a religion. I didn't know there were churches. I didn't know there were seminaries. I didn't know that Patrick wasn't an occupation. And and at first it was it was a little bit It was just really confusing to me. I'm going wow why why. Why are we studying? The Bible like it's academic tax and rather than trying to connect to Jesus. Who's you know I even us? And and so I think I had this very primal faith and And and now in a very domesticated environment and so what I did is I spent the next ten years of my life working with drug cartels in the world of drugs prostitution and worked with the urban poor. And and just try to flesh out my life in my faith in that context That's where I spent all my twenties and early thirties before for moved out here to La. And I it was a really great environment because I wanted to find a place where I didn't know why believe the Bible now. I thought I had to find someplace place break and see if what's written here actually works really changes people's lives and those ten years working with urban poor and those ten years working in the world of of gangs and drug cartels and and it. It gave me a place where I could see if these principles really worked and change people's lives and he discovered they did he gave me a faith that That was able to sustain so at that point. Did you head out to La with a clear percents of what what was next for you. How did this shape up Well I think around one thousand nine hundred eighty three I I heard about something called pioneer penetration. They were sending young preachers as far west as possible to go preach a few weeks. So I signed up for that because I I I really want to just keep going west in eventually was going to be Tokyo. I was just going west and I came out to La. As I was driving through. And I just had the spurs mystical kind of moment About Los Angeles urban allergist and that was studying global movements movements of cultural and social patterns and and I I made a determination that Los Angeles was the epicenter of the future. It was the capital. The future and I found this letter by Karl Marx sent to a friend Brendan L. A.. And he said send me everything about Los Angeles who can for the future of capitalism and and I felt like if I were to give my entire life into some singular place I wanted to be wherever the future was emerging Los Angeles was the most influential city in the world. And that's why I made the decision to move here. Wow about thirty five years ago. If you're like listening to other podcast everybody is losing their minds over. 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Comfort style sustainability. It's like everything you've been winning for so had Rossi's dot com Tom such for the love today vice back to the show And how long were you in. La Before mosaic started to take shape. That's a great question do is when people ask him was started. Never really sure. Because I didn't come out here to start mosaic. I didn't comebacker to To to be a pastor I asked my wife if I should be a pastor and she told me no there. We are with the encouragement. It was very clear about five years. Share Anna inside. Started working as a futuristic Rookie for companies corporations universities. It's on even denominations and and I felt like I was more suited to try to find organizations that knew they needed to move into the future and we're willing to pay the price to make those transitions and and as I started working with denominations and churches. I realized that the problem in church was at that. The church is living so far in the past when you talked about the present for them the future right. And that's what do you do as as a future so all you have to do is see. The president clearly has most people are living in the past six point and and so mosaic. Wasn't something I came here to do I. I was doing some other things. I was working on concert films. And and what really happened in the middle of all of it was that I was involved in a church. My wife and I were going doing I would fall asleep every Sunday. Riveting Place Hugh Tom you can't fall asleep and and they asked me to speak and I'd fall asleep before I would speak. Wow and I would tell her say. I never develop the muscle. That endures boredom because Greg Church ah such muscle memory for church boredom I like the HD in it and and so out of that. I I started doing some experimenting. The jazz me to become the pastor. The former pastor stayed We were invited to become the passion. This church it took us a year because my wife just said. I don't think you should do this. And Yeah we finally do not unanimously will say yes and they did but we realized that wasn't really true and and and it didn't go. Well we did like a five six year kind of transition and I start mosaic out of that Mostly because I realize most of the people people in this congregation are really good kind people but there's far more committed to preserving culture in creating one and so I I had a friend. We found a nightclub in downtown. La that Prince you stone nice and In about nine hundred ninety eight I we started gathering wondering there and it was a lot of fun it was just really broke by clubs. Nasty as can be sure. I mean we'd have to use double rubber gloves. Clean it up and you'd each find hypodermic needles everywhere. Condoms everywhere that we clean it up every Sunday and And start having gathering there and for years mosaic was really underground ground. We wouldn't let We wouldn't let Christians come from other churches we We do events where we had bouncers at the door and if you're a Christian you're not allowed to come into friend who did you believe. Wow and then when we had too many people coming because they find us we relocate for that any notice and so I was was really not trying to do something conventional I I was really trying to create a space where people like me and my friends who just didn't believe in Jesus because of the environment of Christianity Fright you know and and that was I think for me it was more telling I wasn't against Christianity wasn't traditional church wasn't against the way the church was being expressed i. I was just for the people that I knew who needed a different way of I've experiencing who Jesus was so. I mean this probably goes without saying at this point having heard it's sort of origin story but mosaic is obviously a very unique unique faith community. I was telling our listeners before you and I hopped on that in sort of your vision was a a was creating a space where people could just belong as they are how they are where they are the no prerequisites no even like unspoken spoken rules. Unspoken rules where on its face a faith community says you're welcome but in practice there several remarks you have to hit before you really belong So you sort of issued that and push rejected that premise and and then obviously oh. He tried real hard to thin the crowd. So that did not work at all. Congratulations on completely missing that mark. So how did how did this start going. How did this start working for you? I'm I'm so curious what your fellow pastors in the city. What what's their response? What's the response of the Christian community? When you're not doing stuff they're doing you're not Keeping Track of how many people get saved every week. You're not doing some of this stuff Some of the marks that institutionalized Christianity hold dear and so I'm curious how this number one how it started growing and number to how you and your Krill were perceived in the city. I don't know if it was how we're preceding the city because La such Tomaso of city that we always realized that even existed. Tonight I think a lot of times. We all have almost like a narcissistic sense of fame. We think everybody knows those were here. And that were really important and I just always knew that you know maybe one percent of the city was vaguely aware that existed in some way more accurate. Yes you know and so. I don't think we've ever had that that sense of of our own importance importance. I think that the larger conversation was really with more like Christianity. You know and in the upside for US basis for a long time. No one even knew what we're doing and so it didn't really matter you know and and I think then twenty twenty or somebody did something that because we existed and something happened that the kind of Made people more aware of us and and that was a challenging time for us. Because I think almost immediately I became a heretic and and the thing is that I'm a lot older than a lot of the young heretics sitter out there. Sure I'm sixty one and I was doing stuff you know. Forty years ago point and that was way before he had all these more like younger progressive. The church the stuff they're doing now. Everyone goes hey. That's awesome when we were doing it. It was hey that's harassing right. And so it was a very very different world. Dan and and I just went ahead and just had to accept the fact that I wasn't really designed for fame inside sided Or popularity that was why I want to live my life and and you know because those things are kind of fleeting and in the meantime they're corrosive and so for the minute that you have them they can really really corrode what was genuine or sincere honest inside of us. I didn't come to La because I thought Oh la would be a great place to be really popular Christian world or you. You know most decisions. We made all of them really when counter institutional acceptance you know we named the Church mosaic. I'm over twenty years ago. Didn't say Church Church it didn't you you know and and I had people saying are you ashamed of the church wedding you put Churchill the name and I would tell them I said. Well I'm a human but I don't have it on my shirt hurt. Assume you know who I am by the very essence of what I am and the reason we church two churches this because we're not clearly church to people without God. So I I. I'm not trying to target Christians so you play Church on there because you want to let Chris know you're supposed to go there said great. I said we're on the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and it just says mosaic and no one knows as a church until some human has contact with another human and and and you experienced church happen to real life and it's kind of a different dynamic and you know we were doing that thirty years ago and And so most decisions. We made like our website. You know it wasn't. We didn't put together. A website explained to Christians who we were and so people are looking at mosaic. They don't even acknowledge all this or they. Denial this. I'm not creating a website. Electricians no orthodox I'm creating a website website to let people who are searching for God. There's a place they can safely process these things and we did a survey like three years ago on Easter and and we had over a thousand people who said they were atheists but if but they were open if if there is a God they they want him to find him there are other atheists were not open but That's interesting but a huge part of our community are people who are openly Agius and and that's how they come emanate nasty or Buddhist or Hindu and and we have a lot of Muslims who come the mosaic. And it's time people say you can belong before before you believe those are all those are. All statements came out of our culture thirty years ago. The now we're becoming more normal phrases in Christianity. The problem is that you can take on the phrase taking on the culture and I think that's the part of the dilemma. You know if you come to mosaic and you're a really like I dunno solid Christian. You'll you will feel feel that you're outnumbered interesting right and that's part of the cultural differences. Because a lot of times people tell me you know. I don't know what's going on but I just don't I don't feel oh comfortable here and I go. Oh you come from Michigan from Church go ahead you know. And it's because you're used to being room where everyone agrees with you totally and you're in a room right now. Were people are so different than you bet. You're in the minority which is rare. I mean that's a rare are for the average American Christian To be in a faith community where they feel like them minority. It's just rare. That's that's not our way we we are much more comfortable trouble in homogeneous room where at the bare minimum. WE'RE NOT VAT challenged. We like to beat American. Christians liked to be challenged but only in certain categories Gorey's just enough to sort of keep our feet slightly to the fire but not really enough to change our lives not really enough to change the way we're living in our city's neighborhoods for sure or or even thinking about who is my neighbor and so yeah. I'm I'm sure that that talked about thinning. The crowd that's one way to do it. I wonder if we can talk for a minute about your last book The title is intriguing. You title the book the way of the Warrior But then your subtitle is the opposite feeling as an opposite energy an ancient shit path to inner peace. So it's interesting how you've juxtaposed these two sort of ideas I read. I'm from wrong that you use the metaphor of the warrior. Because essentially it is. It's a battle to attain peace. not this sort of passive. I don't know what that if we're just still are we close our eyes more whatever. The things are We can achieve peace. But I think you're asserting that this is for real struggle here that we're in for battle To find he's inside are troubled souls and this is a year where we need it I find this message. Really Timely. Really important piece feels a little bit like the opposite of what most of us are experiencing right now. What our culture or feels and sounds like and so can you talk just a little bit like from a high level about this whole idea? The title the theme the process You're convictions moving into this space. Absolutely in the book. I I didn't know the book was about mental health but so much of the book is actually about mental health and in really for me stems out of my own personal struggles my own personal battles. I feel like a lot of times when a person struggling with your stress or depression They they feel like they're We rather than and I wanted to go nano actually your warrior. These are the deepest battles of your life. This this is the most important engage your take on and and and I also want you know we all get you know I. I guess we all have some like emotional and maybe life equity and and for whatever reason having lived the life I've lived people see he me as a person who's more of a risk taker adventure and courageous. And I go. I WanNa crack that nut and let you know that that underneath the curves are all Lee struggles had fear and underneath. You know living a life that's still spilling there's they're all this this all internal narrative of self doubt and and And so if I could be aspirational anyone. I did not want to be unattainable. I wanted people to go. Hey this is what I've gone through and I mean my wife is having a coffee coffee right now with someone who write psychological thrillers and and but she works with child trauma. That's where she gets a lot of her Her novels and and and my wife's like Hey I'm gonNA talk to go ahead and ask you because see I struggle with Nightmares but even even in the daytime time. Wow stead to the steel. Last week while I was in In Copenhagen and I call my son and said get to the room undying you now get here fast. I wanted to say goodbye. And he's like running an elevator reading to me and like Dad. You know you got gotta get help you know and and and so this is real for me. This is an. It's really rooted in childhood trauma. It's rooted and stuff by I've dealt with all my life and you know and and I had to go speak less than hour later. Wow Gosh shaking and Because has the feeling of of of imminent death is As you could imagine I've died a thousand times and and know the sorrow of feeling. Okay this is my moment to say goodbye to my family. This is the last breath I'm going to have and I used to have to sleep in hotel rooms. My door cracked open. Second find me in the morning gus and and and this is stopped a lot. I think a lot of times. People who are quote spiritually really you know respected and who are spiritual leaders. They just don't talk about the stuff they don't and and I just decided as much as possible my life going to be an open book with its imperfections and and the things that that don't connect people just gonNa live with it. You know and and enough because I think I can help more people by being transparent and authentic and as as possible so I wrote this book because it's probably the greatest. I challenge of ticket on my life. I've actually genuinely a person who lives in the mental happiness a huge amount of fulfillment. And I have this but at the same time I have this massive sense of disconnection where feel overwhelmed by loneliness and separation from everything in the universe and yes and and my. I have this neurological challenge where I can't stop data from going into my mind and so I don't have the natural data filters turns and and it's it's really helpful to me and that I couldn't remember things in massive detail even forty years later and reconstruct a room and tell you wherever sitting and give her name at the same time it's I'm in a fetal position because I can't stop at a Momma's going insane and and so I wrote the book going. No I WANNA help. People struggle through through the struggled enterpise the thirty one year old daughter Masan twenty seven year old daughter and and I know both of them are really whole beautiful people. And they know they both have had f-a-s-t f.a.s.t challenges of adequacy or or or fear or anxiety and and And I and I lead the security of twenty six year olds and they're the most gifted talented extraordinary people in the world and I watched them paralyzed sized because of their sense of fear. And I see people having panic attacks and inside that you know this is probably one of the most important issues that we can deal with and okay so I wrote a book as the way the word because one. I don't think guys ever going to pick up a book and walk with it. That says I mean notionally you know struggling or it helped me you know and I wanted. I wanted to go I or any woman to go. I can carry a book called the way of the warrior. This is actually the battle this battle I am. I'm living my most rogue life at the same time dealing with the issues of inner peace and and those inner struggles. I appreciate your candor. You know we Fortunately are receiving more and more instruction and resources toward mental health and and the real battle toward it for so many people in the world Our teachers are emerging and data is I'm urging and research is emerging and so we're talking about this more than ever. This is no longer sort of a fringe conversation. But it's found its way into the mainstream which is so good for the health both of the people however that has as you mentioned earlier. The church is primarily living. You know fifty years ago at best so I had. It found that since of frankness reach the church yet. So we're not we're not hearing it from our spiritual leaders hardly ever now. We're hearing airing it from our other teachers in the world and thank goodness for it because it's been it's a served us so well but you are right that There's almost two layers that we can expect from our face leaders one Or that we would hope from our faith leaders one is kind of I will speak about this in general terms primarily talking about other people but then the inner I mean like the the core Bullseye to me is what you're doing. which is I will not only speak about this in true terms terms but my own personal experience which may or may not be something people know about you or no? That's true in your own life and so to me. That's really where change happened. That's where real leadership lives. Because now you're now you're telling the truth and you're being vulnerable in that. I'm invited into that. Draws me to you it is not push me away from you at all and so I can only imagine what the response has been. What has it looked like pudding that message that personal experience and then ultimately family like that hope out into the world? What what has the response been and has surprised you at all? Actually probably the surprise for me. Is that the book really hasn't Connected yet deeply. In the patient faith might my writings tend to I like Sell to people who don't have faith yes and they move slowly toward people who have faith and so. I'm not the person that whose booked you would. You would have found that life way or in the Christian bookstore. I'm you know you just would never find my books that a Christian bookstore sure and and ironically I'm going this is so helpful to people. Oh half pay But it hasn't yet hit that culture. Some you know and I got a phenomenal response from people people around the world and and so I'm I'm hoping eventually translates in because I think that those of us who are in this faith are some of the ones who dash when you have this conversation I agree it in. It's not just To acknowledge it like a report. I didn't like the book just to go. I feel the same to you feel. I wrote the book to Go. Hey I've actually been here. Yes I know how to get through this and there is a there is a process and there are principles involved. They can help you get past this and and I don't want people to get stuck because I I joke but I say look the most interesting people in the world are people who have never suffered for people who are trapped in their suffering. Yeah Yeah because all you can do is talk about. You're paying your very uninteresting person and I think a huge part of it is you have to see your pain as the material from which guide make a healer and I think that's a huge part of the process that's all right even the way of the warrior which is really exciting. Sound great awesome. I don't think of any in particular food as good or bad anymore. I don't give that through that kind of power over me because it's just food one of the tools that helped me come around this much more. A healthy way of thinking and living being is new numerous not indict. It doesn't tell you what to do. It doesn't tell you what not to do rather a teaches you how to steak nick how to think about why you may decisions and how to make wants that are serving. You better make you stronger soon as we write off the track and that has okay. Because there's no shame name with new like Earl Campbell. Here tips to steer back in the park. New has given way to to more organically naturally figure out a move my body more in any he given day. They've sort of taught me how to set that intention because it absolutely has to be intentional for me and Zen Began to become a habit that makes me feel so much better that I wouldn't even think about leaving it out so small steps at at two big progress they really do so to sign up for your trial. Just get a new dot com slash for the love. I'm going to spa but for euro quick In him DOT com slash for the lab. And you can start dropping. It's no joke. You Guys Change Your Habits Change Your Life. It's Israel name dot com slash for the love hate showed is. Can you talk a little bit more. About what some obviously can't talk about three adults entire books worth worth but what some of the practices and processes are what are what are some elements that you offer as PAVER stones kind kind of out of out of the desert their frequencies in the book. And I don't usually talk about 'cause one frequencies for for the person who's just sucking air and going hat. How do I get myself back out of bed? And and begin to have a positive And then in the middle of the book there's another frequency that deals with self mastery and I couldn't call it soft mastery because the moment I said look there's a whole section on in in this book it's on self mastery said well you you can't talk about self mastery and Christian world and because it's supposed to be Christ mastery right but I share of uh-huh and I'm like but south mastery is where the key is to my own lives and And I don't know how you can avoid the principal super person who actually you look at world. Class VIOLINISTS or world-class injured Takhar stand. They have mastery. Then we don't we don't then somehow we're able to talk about self self mastery right so did you have to rename it will. There's three chapters in the middle ones on energy and once on ownership and one's own mindset mindset in that trilogy is actually the core of self masters sure because when I when I look at look at my left for six two years that's okay and allies of other people. I knew people who read the Bible looking prayed who went to church and crash and burn sure and you know going everything everybody tells you to do. Doesn't stop you from crashing and burning. I don't care how many versus you memorize or how much how often read the Bible every day or how much you pray. If you do not apply principles of your life you will still crash number right and and we're just not honest about these things and I wanted to. I just UNWRAP. There's ago no your mindset and and the filter through which you see reality as impact on your life than anything oss and the reason memorizing the scriptures might be important is because it shakes your mindset but a lot of us just see it as as almost like a ritual rather other than construction. That's good and and even ownership like when was significant Tells whether their personal actually overcome failure is their language by ownership when a person is constantly blaming others or blaming the environmental blaming society or blaming. The church you can know that person is incapable of moving past would ever crisis or in life when a person begins to take personal ownership. It's it's crazy isn't even it's not your fault. It's still your responsibility. which is so unfair? Right I'm so I was in a psychiatric trip. At the time I was twelve years old I was in and out of the hospital that whole year. I am you know I. I began suffering from psychosomatic issues. Probably from age in seven or eight years old. I never knew my real father. I thought my I was told. My stepfather was my real father. Later discovered it wasn't true and I. I live with an alias alias. Almost all of my life. My name isn't even. I wasn't born with Erwin McManus alias. That I was married. I had a son Bay were McManus. I legally changed my name because they had the name that was not really my name. I have every reason to live my life with massive crisis of identity totally early and and things I had to learn very early on is if I spend my energy blaming other people I do not have the energy to change my life. DOC that's great and ownership is. It's a small chat. It's the smallest chapter in the book. And maybe the most important and in the book and the other one is energy and you know everybody always talks about time management. But I'm not sure where but it's early in my life. I just discovered that energy management was way more important than time management. That's good ed And I I love sports. I used to watch his athlete. Jim Brown and he would he would explode whenever he took the ball but when we get tackled he would walk back to the huddle as if he was dying and every time he got up you thought Oh he's never I never did run again and I realized watching him but he had this instinct for energy management and and a lot of times. What you watch like basketball basketball players you see these young players and they're celebrating every time to make a layup they're celebrating every small victory and then by the fourth quarter quarter? They don't have the energy the close out their gas. Yeah and you know. I'm a huge clipper span. You have Kawhi Leonard Who's probably the Master of Energy Conservation. He he doesn't celebrate. It hasn't really complain each he actually. He looks like he's half asleep. And then he scores thirty points and wins a game in the last commits. Yeah and you can see this everywhere in life and as a speaker used to travel and speak like crazy on. I'm actually an extreme introvert. Aria are you very very much so and so but I knew that introversion would limit my effectiveness in certain arenas. Yeah that's right and so I had to figure out so I told myself I don't have the luxury of being interpreted or extroverted. I need I need to be interpreted when I have the opportunity opportunity and I need to be extroverted when that's what that's will maximize the opportunity totally. That's how I do my work. Yeah and so when I would speak like people people would be really thinking all you know. There's nothing gonNA happen onstage. Because I'm just really quiet and understated but the moment you hit that platform form you pull that energy reserve up and when you're speaking thirty times in twenty six days or fifteen days you have to learn how the manage your energy so I learned very early on and I write books really fast and I wrote my first win in my first book so barren way in ten hours hours did you really. What are you talking about and sorcery? I really really fast edit while I right and so. That's that those ten hours include all the editing the book. I don't even know what to say about that. And the first book. uh-huh unstoppable force was actually was a book that won an award. I wrote twenty four hours. Okay and but I ride it in in three hour increments okay and And I go at it so hard. I if I'm going slow I can write ten pages an hour and if I hid his own economic thirty pages and our wow and and then I'm fried and I'm I'm Joe I'm worthless totally and and my family hates me because they tell me. I'm inhumane to energy for kindness energy for or diplomacy. I don't care if it was a part of the universe out of my way because I don't have anything I have to go. Reenergize told take my wife is just had the just over the years and and so you have to find the things that energize you I love playing bass for. I'm sixty one. I still play basketball great and and but a lot of this because of the neurological condition. I haven't playing basketball. I block everything out. I get more rest into ours. Basketball Walden do in eight hours of sleep. Get what you're saying rest isn't necessarily being still or slow. No yes it's more like a replenishing of your reserves serves. I understand this. I'm introverted and I have similar workers you And so I have found. My community has laughed at me. Sometimes because when when I'm really busy season of travel and travel for me is what takes it out of me. The most travel and then that leveled energy that teaching requires and so I come home a monster. I just like you just I said I'm an absolute monster and I'm just so depleted. There's nothing left but ironically instead of just sitting in a room by myself which I also like some time so I'm not I like that occasionally Glenn Beck. I like I try to get my friends. Can everybody just come over. Can you come over and sit on my porch with me. Like we'll just sit around our you know yoga pants and we're going to have some wine and and we can just talk about nonsense and so it's I'm still with people but something about the about that is replenishing that that that adds the energy back serve so I understand exactly what you mean in the book. Are these the kind of tools that you are. Putting in the hands of readers like getting them to imagine their tank. Thank as like an energy equation. Yes because we become out of the faith. Everything is so standardized. Is You know you need to have your our prayer. You're our Bible study to get up at this time. The more you do this. I'm like no you need to understand the rhythm of your soul and you I need to know if you were replenished. When you're around two or three friends or if you replenish when your room of fifty people you know and and so you need to understand what actually draw? Drain Drains Energy Withdraws Energy Out of you and what is your energy. I love cooking and a lot has no backyard and and that actually punishes and it looks like work but I'm having the time of my absolute same. I look forward to it like the five o'clock that's it. It's time to cook get me an onion. Let me put some music. He's the kind that's like the greatest part of my day. And you have to give yourself permission to do things you enjoy that. That's been understated part of faith it. It's is almost Laughter and joy and enjoying life is on non sacred space. Oh you're so right. Oh you're singing my song. Well we get we get that message both overtly and subtly that faithfulness kind of looks like torture. That is just just not true. It's just not real. I will never believe it. I will never believe that God did not create this world in its beauty and gorgeous nece and people in and their beauty and choruses to delight us. I will not believe anything less than that and so I appreciate you saying that and giving people the liberation that they need to embrace that part of their lives I also really love. I love your church in the way that it is is thriving and growing growing because it just it makes sense to me that in the way in which you embrace people that they may eventually embraced. God that that half seems reasonable right to me. And so you've got is a campuses total you've got the main one in L. A. and you've got a location in Mexico. City is that right. Can you talk now. We do. Oh Yeah. One actually don't know how many campus we have. That's great great for the senior pastor to be real fuzzy on that detail. Yeah it's it's it's way more than I could ever manage. Our campus in Mexico City has been so amazing. We opened opened it up a year and a half ago and We have about I have about fifteen hundred people and hazing shit. It's just ridiculous. How many people? I went there recently and there was two thousand people in the room that day and it was just jam-packed it's instantly multigenerational which I'm shocked but 'cause usually mosaic which is young but in Mexico City all the young people bring their parents and grandparents. Oh my Gosh I love it. And it's almost as if they've been waiting for three generations for something that really spoke to them at a deep in a human level and so we we have an incredible family humid down. There moved down there with their little boy. They started from scratch and it has been incredible in about three are- weeks for launching a campus and Kito Ecuador and it's really amazing because I went down there and did a pre- advance and the couple who starting it. He's a filmmaker with his wife. They said could we do an event where we do not allow any Christians the come which of course I said language and they had over four hundred people show up and just based business and social relationships and so now we're doing a launch and they they did. RSVP they don't know how to start a church rich because they've anything like that so they went ahead his RSVP for the launch of their church and they have over a thousand people who already artists routine. And it's down there. It's going to be so beautiful. I think are the unique things in our churches that we go after people who are in that category of innovators doctors creatives Artists and that and and so we go after people that other people think are unreachable. And and that's what happened to Mexico City Winton area called but Lonzo Candesartan yes Roma what is which is. They're they're the culture shapers. You're there it's it's the Hollywood of Mexico. Yeah you know and and some some for me is I realized I cannot reach everyone and in fact I'm shocked shocked when someone actually says I listened to your podcast. Listen can you speak. You know over the years. I've realized that my frequency is a very very thin frequency. I don't reach a lot of people but I know my frequency is the frequency of the people who are explorers innovators and they're more entrepreneurial in that's mosaics stewardship totally. And because you know we usually mega churches are really good reaching the mainstream. Oh right of course and and and that's just was never our intention. Our hope was to create a level of communication level in a kind of community that people go by would've never considered God. But this makes sense. I never thought I would even consider energies ass- but this makes sense to me and and what I think is interesting. We have some people who are in this whole like Business business management stuff. You Know Business Consulting five hundred company stuffing and they're always coming and going what we get. Mosaic we get for free and we have to pay fifty thousand dollars dollars to get this at. We're getting this well and and that's really was. My hope was that we could create the highest level of thinking at mosaic. That you may not believe in God but you can't walk away from his AAC going. They don't think as deeply as I do that's great. That's great that's fantastic. What what What's next what's next for you and Mosaic Quarter? What are some of the dreams you still have for the community for the church is it expands and goes into new cities in new countries and And and what. What gets you still excited like? What what what helps you keep your foot on the gas here? We have so much going you know we. We had the biggest failure of our life last year in terms of actual Ministry because I we have a uh this property in Hollywood Boulevard tried to raise twenty million dollars to buy it and we just did not succeed and I was so hard at the Stanford Abrek Amigo. We tried to buy this property. We just came too far short and we had all these development companies who thought. Oh it's GonNa be so easy for mosaic raise money to buy this property and the last tax exempt property in La. Wow It's on Hollywood boulevard internally coming up. This year's we don't know what's going to happen to us in Hollywood we're Kinda Kinda week-to-week and we may have to relocate. We've been holly for ten years and we were. We were the largest church in Hollywood within one year. Because Hollywood is just so unreachable Sir and and so some of the exciting part is when you don't know where you're going I mean something. New and extraordinary is going to emerge and so we're just going to keep at it. We hope. Eventually we can move the places that that really almost been difficult to reach Tokyo Japan and in Paris. And there's a certain places the world actually like our approach toward church and towards Faith could really make a difference in which people and and that's some of the things I hope will happen warned more on a personal missile level. I've been working on a graphic novel for year. Oh yeah hopefully it'll. It'll be out this next year. It's written in ancient Persian mythology in that year. Old Self pulling out those library books during the goes and it's fun but it's taken over a year year and a half. Its and I found a Persian Asian artists in Iran. Who's doing the artwork will awesome awesome? And I think from that he's going to be able to visa serious. Yeah that must feel pretty electric to do something for the love of it outside of of everything else that you do. I know anytime I put my hand to something. That isn't doesn't fit tightly inside the confines minister your face or Church or whatever the kind of leadership spaces that occupy. It's just fun like it's just fun to do something for the love it for the fun of of it for the creativity of it that I find that rising tide lifts all the boats in my harbor always glad that I make some space for it. My daughter the band. MSE recording new album tonight and tomorrow Anta end so it'll come out next spring so they haven't you coming out. WHAT IS I? I don't know what their Jonah is. It's Mariah electic. My daughter is She's she loves SHE'S UNSWORN BY R&B and All and Yeah Electronica and you know so. The music is really a band. Is the most diverse band So you could imagine I mean it's per Rican Tonga Hell Dorian African American you know so. It's incredibly diverse music 'em at what you say the name. The band was the the the band is called mosaic and messy. Okay got it. Yeah MRIs mosaic and music with vowels fairness then my son I just started the TV show and on the hill song channel called McManus and In the first episode aired in Third Week of January back and it was on pro-life pro-choice how dare you just go and bright in Yup Yup and and it's funny because we're already getting so much hate and the unit right and I told my son we gotta have some hatred of the show will have any legs. Gosh I'm dying laughing but but I'm excited about it because they want an immigration already. We're trying to talk about real issues and SCR dealing with went on suicide and depression and mental. How often 'cause you're not had a podcast called battle ready for about a year and and what we found is like the podcasts? We've done on things like mental health just like greedy life issues have had such an impact because very few places where you can have faith and just talk honestly. I mean I know you do that all the time but I I think you know that you are also very rare person creating a rare space for people right right right. May there be more. May We create as a mini spaces in our lifetime. As we possibly can so that I would love to see the reemergence of spiritual curiosity as a value again not a deterrent but rather something that central the people of faith who have permission to ask challenging hard questions not afraid to press on the forms Not Afraid of the freight of the answers. I don't think God's GonNa fall out of the sky on our watch. I'm just convinced of it and so I hope that we lead people to not be afraid. Prayed that there's nothing to fear here inside of faith inside of spiritual curiosity inside of our search forgotten our generation this is. 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If you have one if you could ask do you have a question for God. Oh Wow if I could I can ask. You can't ask you ask you. Could you speak more clearly. Yes that's my question to cloud your voice can somebody That's a good one. Here's the last one. I asked actually every guest in every single series series this question. It's I originally read it from Barbara Brown Taylor. I don't know if you've read any of her work but she assumed some really special anyway. You can answer this however you want to answer it we get Answers running the gamut from like really serious and sober minded things too. Like the silliest thing you've ever heard the question is what is saving your life right now. What is saving my life right now? Well I'm I'm an answer. The question they came in my head right. Now my my scooter your schooner Lar- I just love driving and down the streets as fast as I can with the wind blowing against my face with Just the the Inter version of being on that bike by myself suck oh great and but the extra to see all the world around me and in that my wife with my daughter family bought it for me. 'cause they just know I love. I love speed offense. And you're the first official podcast guests with the scooter answer and I love it. I hope you retain the throne as long as possible Ah I earn. Thank you for. Thank you for being on the show today thank you. I speaking so candidly about so many areas both both in life and in faith in church that sometimes have just become stale inside of institutions. And I love talking to a leader who just energizes my thinking and pushes me to reconsider and imagine a way. Imagine a new space and you are that later. You've always been that leader. Which is why I have listened? Listen to you and watch you and paid attention for so long and so thanks. Britney exactly who you are and making your mark on this world in the way that you're doing it's awesome. Just awesome to watch. Thanks Jen So getting conversation with you. Hopefully I'll get to meet you face to face some. Let's make that happen next time in. La elect absolutely. Hey thank you you too. Isn't he great just absolutely absolutely marching to the beat of his own drum and I I so admire leaders like our win who Care nothing for rules and conventions who are not interested in fame or Christian notoriety Who aren't interested interested in building a church just so that other Christians can come to like everything he said speaks to me? Everything that he values stills meaningful to me and special so it just I love knowing that their leaders like this out in the world right now just doing their part and leading well and serving. Well I mentioned at the top of the hour. Gosh Gosh we did not even get to talk about how beautifully in meaningfully. The Mosaic Community in general serves how they serve the city how they serve the poor or how they sort of the world I it's a real model that brand I have learned from For for years and so. We'll have everything. Irwin related over on on Janet. Maguire DOT COM. Where we house all the podcast stuff so the transcript is over there? This whole conversation will be written out if you wanna read it or cut and paste. I'll have links. Thanks to everything links to all wins bugs and mosaic and their communities and all of it And it's a one stop shop over there and thank thank you for listening. Thanks for sharing these conversations that you are loving. We really appreciate your feedback feedback on the faith series has been really really high engagement has been really we really high And we're we pitch tension to every single comment every single word you say so. Thank you for staying engaged. 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166: After Dale: Wednesday, October 14th, 2020

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166: After Dale: Wednesday, October 14th, 2020

"Good morning millennials welcome back to the morning toast. Happy. Wednesday happy Hump. Day. Speaking of Hump Day say hello to the King and Queen of Hump Day cloudy and Theo Hi guys happy Wednesday theo wanted me to let everyone know that he's doing good. He actually got an early start on his humping. So he's taking a nap because he's like exhausted. I mean, you guys know humping. Is Actually physically strenuous activities lots of legwork. Yeah. He's all humped out for the day. So I'm glad that he's celebrating in style I can't wait to hump alongside him next week and to celebrate the Hump Day the way it was meant to be with T H. Yes I'm glad he got it out of the way because to be honest we very busy show today like yesterday do was the linear days yesterday was the premiere of the Bachelor at a bachelor yeah. The BACHELORETTE and do I have a lot to say so we're obviously going to be recap again and just were now in it like we now moving forward like we are a part of it like I it just it all happened so quickly. Did and it didn't and I'm actually even though I thought last types owed was like really boring. I'm just GONNA pretend like that didn't happen and say that I'm excited for this season because just like Potomac you know the end where they show what's coming this season was like getting excited and I think at a certain point we really don't know what happens like after Clare Exits, the Chat Jackie. Happens after Dale. After now og brother. After Dale and so for that reason, I'm excited also like there were some serious cuties last night like she got an amazing guys who are not only anthem who have over real jobs I. I totally agree I had the same exact thought. I have little crush. Yes. I have a crush three of the guys and we'll get into it when we do our TV recap segment. But yeah, you guys were here and must be positive. You know the bachelor like it's so crazy it just to me it feels like such a burden to to be a fan of the show one because I feel like we're constantly being down and two because the physical, not the physical the literal time. It takes to be a fan and just like be someone who's watching and knowledgeable about the season it's exhausting. Yet I feel like if you're someone who can not listen to what's going on in the media, you actually more enjoyable time watching the show like for us because we already know what's happening. are bored by it but I agree it. Up because it's just been such a crazy eight months. I'm actually excited for the bachelor like content to overtake my life. Yeah. Like that's a place where I'm happy for my life to be in speaking of life updates last nine, I finished a place to call home well it. Episode Episode Season Six it is done I obviously these characters will stay with me for. His sister atoms sister Nordmann sister bligh course But I just you know it's not every day that show comes along that changes your life and when that show does come, you must shout it from the rooftops lust and you must share with others must customers and anybody is watching because I told them to just have one thing that I want. To say that, I, wish I had people talk about it with but I just want to say like Dr Collins is an icon and she's my everything and she literally made the show a comedy and that's all I'm gonNA. Say I look forward to everyone else watching it because you know that I am recommending it to all of the toasters including. Claudia. Card may be free in a few days. I have very few episodes left of mad men, and now I find myself slowing down just don't want to be at the end I. Think I have like three episodes left. I've now gone to the part where McCann Erickson dissolves them and they all worked for the big agency and it's just nothing of the sort like nobody is respecting Joan nobody's respecting Peggy shows even have an office. Yet I'm don is one of fifteen creative directors and he's just not into that type of environment. He likes more of a Boutique Agency vibe and I don't like this I don't like all the chains it's very upsetting. And I only have a few episodes left and I'm really savoring them. You could tell there tying up a lot of loose ends like very very sadly, Bert Cooper passed away. And that was. Really devastating and Glenn finally met Betty Eighteen years later and he's like a fucking freak that was like the only storyline I don't really understand like why the neighborhood kids Glen Helen Bishops Daughter like that kid who like betty babies at once and he was a freak. He's yet in touch with with sally after they moved and betting never knew, and then when he turned eighteen, he came to the house to say because he was joining the army and they had like a tearful goodbye and he tried to kiss her and it was just like so weird, he's like a child. That was extremely weird storyline, but they are just like like. Ending things. Jones up with this guy that she met from California and he's so handsome I love that for her. Harry Crane to me like the craziest thing was what happened to Harry Crane like he became Harvey, Weinstein like five years ago he was like, let's start a media department because he had a TV in his office and he ended up becoming an actual important guy in the agency and next thing you know he's literally trying to get. Don's ex wife Meghan tycoon opt hotel room with him just as she can get a new agent like he literally became Harvey Weinstein to me. That was the craziest thing. But that's literally how it happens. You give fucking loser an insecure loser, an ounce of power, and that's how they become these monsters. It's exactly how it happens. No but also the way that he got that of power, it's like because he's the only person who I want to say soundly Clare Crawley's because I find this statement to be so problematic showed up. Yeah. No, he's literally the only person who showed up like. Now. It's like in the show it's like ten years ago at Sterling Cooper. The original one he was like Oh, we should've moody department and so Rogers like shirt. Welcome to our news media. When the client started to call asking for me department they sent them to him yet, but that's just it's really it was kind of really that is how powerful people become monsters. They're nobody's insecure losers Harry Crane was a fucking loser now he's like so problematic, it was really interesting So yeah, I'm really really really enjoying it and I'm really sad that it's over. and. I know what's to come and I just I don't want to do it. Maybe time tomorrow it will be of the in. Like I'm trying to feel my day is so I don't just like Finish Madman, but I know I have to finish it like I know it's just yeah. I'm not ready to say goodbye. I know I was I became ready to say goodbye to the wonderful people of inverness because I had to move on with my life I have all these other things ahead of me Mariah Carey's memoir here I come I. Just I don't even know where to start. So by the way you could start we've been more you do that. I walked up inside last night with copy and Lenny Kravitz Lenny Kravitz was promoting his new memoir actually think you should read. It sounded really good. Okay. Yeah. It like. He went on there to promote his book an I got sold. You got promoted and got sold to sell it to me. You know for you but I know it's the type of book I would read to I. Like obviously I know any Kravitz but he was amazing on well trap and live like I. Don't know if they watch happens I'd like if you're if you don't get Bravo were you don't get andy can seem like a little stupid but. Lenny was just like down. He was playing all the games he was getting involved. He was just like being a good sport about all of it. Made me really really liked him. Yeah I'm down because he is Jason Momoa Daughter's Dad. I didn't want to hear the case. And, he's Ju-. Yes and he was like, who is your first celebrity crush and he thought about second and then he said Lisa on. I know and you know what? The other week there was a story. A probably was coming out like injunction with his memoir about how the first time he saw Lisa Beret he was like I'm going to marry her and it's kind of similar to the way Jason Momoa like spoken about her. So there's just something about these simone that makes you want to say. Sorry I didn't realize totally butchered her name Lisa Lisa? Bonnett. But? If you wanted to, you're going to do I would be okay with. That I don't know if I'm ready again it comes and goes you know you're telling me I know I'm the only person in the world to understand what you're going through. And you know of US understands. You know who else understands today sponsor so get to it. Oh okay. Fine only because I'm so excited for the sponsors take time for fast stories that you need to know before you wake up and take a bite out of your morning toast. And I absolutely loved today sponsor mostly because Migraines are huge side effect of already age. I've actually you and I both get migraines beginning them since college it is the fucking worst thing ever. And honestly until we discovered cove, it was nothing of the sort but everyone knows that to migraines. No To migraines are like if you have a migraine. And that's why Kobe's helping. 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Yeah, we're big. migraine. Show over here between the two hosts and listeners like we're just constantly suffering from grains head over to with cove. Dot. com. Slash I slash host slash host sign on Sochaux. I starring tonight is a billboard music awards hosted by Kelly. Clarkson for the third year in a row because she's iconic I'm so glad she. Loves her I'm so she has this. I mean this job really like open the door. Yes. To so many other jobs like billboards in no been. Right. Yet, and it showed that like she's everything in the store and she. Brought her talk show and so now she's back to the place where people I saw her in a new light tonight we will have the billboard music awards after they were postponed. We have all of the nominees if we WANNA, play our favorite game of who we would vote for. Yes. I love the billboard music awards I feel like it's always like a fun. Night like they include all the genres and it's like a great night for country. It's a great night for pop agreed for everyone and I'm very much looking forward to seeing Liu comes. I. Hope some great performances I heard bts's performing dynamite, which has become an odd literally my favorite song, Jackie the song deserves an Oscar. It is. Absolutely. We were in the car last weekend singing to it, and we don't know any of the words and we're like man is sued in with the little. That I don. WHOA and Samsung uses that song in their commercial for their new phone and I swear it's so persuasive. I'm about five seconds away from getting an android. A five seconds away from lighting it up like dynamite. That's the thing and I'm always driving through the city with that little funky soul I think that's what it is but. It's it's such a fucking amazing song and a while back. We did clash with the Army I. Don't know if you guys remember. Jackie. We were. They gave us to talk to you. Jackie and I reported on the story that basically said like. In, keep up fans were really upset with the grammy nominations. Because they didn't get a grammy and my back then was that just because you're popular doesn't mean you're music is grammy worthy and that was what I thought. I thought their music was very like breaking barriers in terms of it's popularity but I didn't think that it was the quality of grammy deserving and now I stand here today with my put my mouth because no. It's not necessarily putting your mouth but BCS, pretty much brought everything that you were asking them to bring. You said, make a Grammy Worthy Song and they didn't and but when we had those opinions, you guys army descended upon us especially twitter it was honestly like I fear for my life it was so fucking crazy. But now hopefully, this clip will get sent out into the universe of a singing. The praises and will be accepted by army once again. Yes, and will no longer be relevant. Ugly Septic has. That's what. That's what they call. We were dying and we've so it was obviously such a creative way for someone to like it was agree was a great insult psychotic relevant ugly. Don't cut us off at the knees. Both things that could be so hurtful to relevant uglies I. loved it so much. We almost made Murtada. It was so funny. But now I'm on the BS trade like I'm on the ship, where are we going? Take me light it up like dynamite. Up Dynamite. Some of the top categories for tonight's big shows. Let's say if we were on the actually, it's fan voted. So if you were voting into van who you for top artists billy. Joel brothers Khalid Post Malone. Taylor. Swift. It's just so hard because I can't really encapsulate what a year was like who? was so big but it's like there was also ten months before that. And Billy Irish was really big I don't know. You know what? I would either go post Malone or Taylor swift here, and I think because Taylor Swift had his lover in this cycle and more I think Taylor swift going tonight what what are the Chapman saying? Are People going to the BPM or is it remote? I mean, it's like a virtual show. It's remains to be seen how it will be done but I imagine that some people will go in except awards. vm As I don't think it would become more virtual than that I don't think Taylor will go. If she doesn't go then she's not winning. You know I just I mean I haven't heard anything in my chat rooms but I don't think she'd go I don't think she. Wants to be stepping out. I think she wants to probably like set a good example about staying home. That's what might. My thought is. Okay. But she asks she went to the CWA serve whatever the CWA brings me back to a place to call home I'm like what? The fuck the CWA No, she went to the. Thought. Yes that's you know. That's true but she did prerecord something I don't think she went. I think she went. Top Billboard Album Billy Irish me fall asleep where do we go Arianna Grandes next Kolade Free Spirit Post Malone Hollywood's bleeding Taylor swift lover. I guess they're not including like the folklore era here because literally thank you next to a so long ago I can't believe we're so giving out awards for it. I know I'd probably give it to post. Malone. I feel like these nominations came out months ago before the show was postponed and I I, think there's a chance that we've already done this. You know. Because I'm like none of his music has come out recently and it was all really popular like a year ago. But you're right this workshop was definitely postponed to I. Don't think we need to go through the nominees, but but just one one more category 'cause I'm just curious because these are all good songs for top Song Louis Kepala someone you loved, which is a song that I something I love read Billy Irish backed by gnaws billy ray Cyrus Old Town we're still on that's on. lizzo truth hurts Shawn Mendez, and Camille century Tabas. Oh. I think any one of these could Wayne accepts injury to for me. I think anyone can win on besides Louis Capacity because even though I do love him so much. I don't think it's the top song. No, you don't understand like Louis capacity is out. Here's like subtly changing my life I'm obsessed with his album came out a while ago like I continue to listen to have like new favorite songs. Hollywood. Grace and grace reminds me of Love Island and I just feel like if anyone out there and I don't think you are but it's anyone out there is sweeping on Louis capacity wake up. Okay I take it back but I do think that Lizzo deserves to win and we'll probably win. Okay I mean I do think it's not who shows up and I can't believe that we're still talking about old. No. Now it's like we're living in like. Are you sure you're not reading an article from last year? I'm reading an article from this morning on. The, this is definitely a Kobe delay situation because this is making no sense but I will actually watching the billboard music. Awards. Now that. Music Awards and just award shows in general or so far and few between, and before we were so inundated with them, I've come to appreciate most of them and the Billboard Music Awards is definitely one that I appreciate and will like be making a viewing experience out of. I'm really hard on award shows, but there are some that for I don't know. What reason I love and I will always watch him. Billboard is one of them, and so I'm excited to watch tonight I think something about billboard that we respect is like they have integrity because their entire platform is the music charts, which is really just whoever's the most popular is out the top. It's not like you can buy your way in your the most famous person so you get up so they have a little bit of integrity. And Kelly Clarkson. Oh Kelly Clarkson. Okay, are you ready next story I am. Kate Hudson and Gwen Poucher are revealing their worst on-screen kiss on the group PODCASTS. Interesting. Yes. So it's not who you would expect. Kate Hudson. Satisfied feel like I. Haven't I kind of haven't had the best kissers I feel like I should have had better ones. The thing is every time I kiss Matthew mcconaughey. Hey, it's like there's something there's something happening in those like Snot or wind kissing in the end of Fool's gold where like in the ocean we had the plane crash he just had snot all over his face. Yeah that's pretty nasty and then Gwyneth said that she had Nikki feeling when she kissed Robert Downey junior in Ironman and avengers. She said quote when I kissed him and I was like you've got to be kidding me this is literally like kissing my brother Yeah. Okay. I actually feel that I'm I feel like the people in the marvel or whatever it is universal. We're going to be really upset to hear that but it actually those are both really really good examples with substantial like reasoning it's not like you were a bad kisser because it's actually a hard question and that's so mean yes and ask that question all the time on WHATSAPP XIV and people get so. Shy because it's really fucking route if you make the other person like beal self conscious. So I actually like that both of these women answers to really really famous people but also reasons like excuses and didn't didn't disrespect them right explain how it was not ideal situation. Yeah. Honestly. These are class ladies Yeah I actually always forget that Matthew mcconaughey and Kate Hudson Warren. Multiple Rom comes together because when you think of them together, you think of the most iconic how to lose a guy in ten days literally the best movie you've ever that Keith urban planning when they're literally driving to Staten Island and it's just like does life get any better than that moment? No motorcycle automotive. It doesn't get any better, but then it's like, oh, yeah they were also in that terrible movie about like hunting treasurer or something which yeah, it's just it's crazy that two people can make the same movie like those two different movies. Okay I'm so let let you bring up this point because there's something that might like for the last ten years at has been bothering me Oh please let it out. Cameron Diaz. Jason Segel made bad teacher, which is one of the best were Ram comes movies you know how? I feel about the fact they still have them watch it like soda. Know sister. then. They made sex tape together. Oh. Yeah. With the I've had and like how can to a same people make two completely different? Quality of movies I don't I don't understand it. It's so interesting the end of the day like so much into movie making like production editing writing that you can only put it on the two main characters so much but you're right. It's crazy that like the chemistry they had in one movie just doesn't carry into another. Yeah and I need to know like maybe I don't know who I could ask but like what was the thing that made one movie. So different from the other I, suppose it to writer director. Was it descript like because I feel like I love the two of them I should love sex and account with the worst plot ever it's stupid but whatever, and it's serious in the worst movie ever. I'll never watch it more than the one time that I did. Yes, me as well. Also, if we just take a brief moment to appreciate the life and work of Jason Segel I, adore him and I just wonder why he doesn't his house more. You know I don't know why don't you leave your house more? Wow. Okay. I see what you did there just mean like he's not. Like a celebrity like he doesn't go to events, he's not out and about dating. He doesn't even do movies that much anymore I. Think obviously, he's very wealthy and he doesn't need to. But it's like what about the Jason stands like what about us he? He's in it for the craft I think he's a crafting one. Yeah I mean he was also on how I met your mother, which was a huge show. So He's definitely like. Rolling in the dough but I didn't even think about that one. Yeah and also like forgetting Sarah Marshall was literally one of the biggest probably the biggest movie ever it's honestly I. Would I like it obviously but I would consider it like one of the top five most popular ROM coms. Yeah I mean it's so good. I'm looking up now I miss him so much like he for so long with like majoring man now just forgotten about him. He's just so tall and handsome like I've never met him but I can imagine he has this overwhelming presence. For. Sure. Maybe that's why he doesn't like step out and go to these events because they kill overwhelm. Yeah, and he's very conscious of his overwhelming nature. He's considerate guy. Yeah he's forgetting Sarah Marshall. He's in how I met your mother freaks and Geeks I love you man out and Geeks. Did you ever watch justice forty I tried to but didn't but like I didn't get into it oh, my God it's an unbelievable show. It's only like one or two seasons. It was like this show made in the eighty S. It kind of reminds me of the goldbergs because it's like so eighties but this was like actually taking place in the eighties and it was like the first job for Jason. SEGEL. James Franco busy Phillips Linda. Cartolini who by the way is now in madman and she is my only St- favourite character Sylvia like oh He s she's bad news bears what's up to these days just being toxic. Single. Divorced Meghan again, and he found this waitress in a diner thought she was beautiful followed her to Wisconsin I can't. This is where he's getting insane. I was wondering when you were going to get to that part which I never even fully understood and it takes the show and the waitress is played by none other than as may from twilight the mom. On my God. Yeah. Okay. That makes it better. But still yeah. But really quickly back to freaks and Geeks if anyone is looking for like a true time capsule content upper watch it it's one season of a series and it's pure gold and it happened to been like the first project like so many famous people worked on like you will die like all the people just coming out of the woodwork famous famous famous painting paints. Dana same is famous. And it Aktau now yeah. Yeah. And he got that whole together now and then that crew was just like shuten and move in and group in and is good. It's really good. Okay. Are you ready for our next door because it's like a full circle moment from something we reported on last week. I. Love. I. Love Until Circle By. Stevie Nicks joins TIKTOK and her first video is a take on the viral dreams challenge. The legendary singer Songwriter sees the iconic nine hundred, seventy, seven, fleetwood MAC song in refers to ever tiktok video. She says afternoon by Lay Soma while she's drinking ocean spray cranberry juice I actually scrolling tiktok right before we started recording and I saw it and I was like, Oh, good for her. Yeah good for her good for four twenty dog needs to eight and like for Ocean spray family now fleetwood Mac and ocean spray your forever intertwined like. An I I'm glad that we can close the book on the inside I'm kind of done talking about it that like I do love story like me to do you think stevie nicks is was like branded because it kind of was giving me add vibes. The logo of the bottle was just so perfectly placed in the first frame and her hash her caption had had cranberry dreams like I don't know I was. Curious. You know what? I didn't think about it. But yes, one hundred percent because one to make joint tic chocolate I think they paid her to join the popcorn and to post this video. So that, like you know people would be reporting on again like look right into the trap Yup and. Like to put you know the end to close the loop on this. Yeah. I think she got paid mad money. Well, I think the FTC's going to be all over this because there was disclosure no hashtag add no has check sponsor, and that is what we call illegal. Interesting well. GotTa make that money anyway. You can see me anyway you cam. Okay our next story is a little, James? Vanderbeek. News because James Vanderbeek is opening up about the drastic changes in his life that led him to move his family to Texas. Wow, reporting on it. But like a few months ago, he posted a picture of his empty home and was like we're out of here and now he's talking about what happened that led to his decision to relocate his family, his wife and their five children actually thought there were certain interesting nuggets in here. That is for any like celebrity to move out of Hollywood and not like two New Yorker Nashville Texas. That's like Joe Rogan moving his entire into Texas. He said in the last ten months we've had too late her pregnancy losses each of which put Kimberly in the hospital. We spend Christmas break thinking she had a tumor the doctor was wrong. Thank God a business colleague I hired hijack the project and stab me in the back. I was prematurely booted off reality dance show. I was favored to win in front of. The whole world and my mom died and the shutdown, all of that lead to some drastic changes in our lives and our dreams and priorities and landed us here. He's overflowing with profound gratitude today and he posts photos of his family living the life in Texas Farm Chairman Vibes I would say so do you feel like this is not only a departure from la? From Hollywood. Maybe. But like he couldn't be resigned for the next year two years, and then by the time he decides he wants to get back to work like. Picking up anyway. So it's really the perfect time for him to go on hiatus I mean obviously everything that's happened to their family they'd been through so much in the last. Year and. That can compel one to move but like the celebrity gossip in me is questioning this line about prematurely booted off a reality show I was favored to win in front of the world because we remember that night that he was. Eliminated from dancing stars and I feel like everyone kind of thought that he had wanted. To be eliminated because it made no sense that he was especially considering that was the same week that his wife had miscarried and I think that's why it was. It was portrayed to US whereas this very terrible week the week before his pregnant wife was like. In the ballroom and showing off her belly and it was so beautiful and then the next week she's in the hospital and like he has to dance and whatever, and I think he did end up dancing that week but it was really made out to seem like he did his last dance. But like he has got bigger priorities at home and we totally understood really was a front runner I don't think he was ever going to beat Hannah Brown but just in terms of fans and like voting wise but it does seem strange to me that in this you know. What was it an instagram caption or an interview yet instagram passion that he would put you know what his wife went through the same thing as getting kicked off a reality. Yeah. No I agree with that, which makes me think him getting kicked off was really and we've said this before that like dancing with the stars like actually really with people like the elimination problem that people find it really difficult and when they do get eliminated like it's really hard on them, and so I'm just saying I think at the time we kind of thought that he wanted to be. Eliminated the sign maybe even asked for that. But now it seems like he was ready to keep on going and he got eliminated like prematurely one and during one of the hardest speaks of his life and now I'm just questioning it. Yeah I mean I. can't imagine if it wasn't his decision why ABC and production wouldn't want him on the show he was the most famous most recognizable by name. And also a really good dancer. An excellent, very skilled. Their skilled in the ballroom how crazy the pandemic is really making people reevaluate their lives and their priorities and what's important and I. Commend James. Vanderbeek for you know being introspective enough to see that Hollywood maybe toxic for him. I agree I. Am you know envious of the farm vibes? He's now cultivating with his with his family. Huge. Okay, are you ready for vital story? It's a little Tech News Lou Babu. Before. BOOP. BOOP. BOOP boop. bootle. After months of waiting apple has finally announced the tea for the iphone twelve they've announced four new iphones, the iphone, the iphone twelfth pro, the iphone twelve max pro per Max, and a new smaller smaller the iphone twelve mini all the phones are five Chia quipped, and they have some sweet features and coming in since week colors and are you gonna get a new phone I duNno, it's like usually the apple announcements are exciting I feel as though they're. Getting closer and closer together, and it's really exhausting to like. It's physically exhausting and fucking financially exhausting to keep up with all these new phones. It's like I have the iphone eleven pro Max that is like the most recent phone and I just know in a matter of months it's going to stop working because they want me to get the next one and it's it's so exhausting like why can't we just have a phone for a few years like why? Stop moving so fast. Yeah I know I'm really curious about this iphone many like I feel like that's so cute. But even though like now the trend is towards a bigger badder better screens can like literally stare at our screens all day like I'm I wanna like go see what this iphone he's all about. It gives me like Many. Gives me two thousand Seattle just like we place technologically that we have to get back to you. I've been thinking about it more and more, and when I was watching a place to call home and they have telephones and. They have cars and they have trains and so you there's a lot of like a seamless madman like there's a lot of technology enough to get them through but not enough to destroy them and ruin their lives and take over their lives and I'm trying to think of like what the perfect amount of technology has been throughout history and I really do think it's like when people I got cell phones reachable at anytime there's an emergency if someone like me has information that. They need to tell you before you go on a date with a bad guy or something, but it's not like you're just gonNa be staring at it all day right so like in Madman I think about it all the time 'cause it's real. They have the telegram and they have phones and they're on the phone twenty, four seven but it's like Lamm lines. So if you're out, you're in a car, you're on your way somewhere you're driving like no one can find you and. That's not ideal and there were so many things that like got messed up because they couldn't reach someone in time because they weren't by their they weren't in their officer they weren't at home and it's a gift to either in your office or House for people to be able to reach you. So I agree that there is. An perfect technological place is not what we're in right now like it is too overwhelming and it's too toxic to social dilemma like it's not there is a perfect medium and I agree like the invention of the cell phone was fabulous because now it was mobile, it was like portable you could be anywhere and be reachable, but it's gotten to a place that's so toxic. So when did you get your first cellphone? I think I was in the fourth grade I was in fifth grade when I got my first phone. So that's early two thousands. Yet. Early to. Just, say like a phone you know like a Bryson chocolate sort of jazz psycho side cake. But that does you know what we need you and also has the podcast. Of course. Yeah. Just like a razor flip phone with a little podcast APP. Yes so that people can consume their favorite podcast like the morning toast, which is the millennium more show it is, and they're delivering the fast sight stories every day and they are the stories that you need to know. Also they talk about like themselves and what's going on in their lives in just like how they feel about the much to dismay of the audience. and. I feel like just I don't know just can relate to them young. And then there's also theo who I, who's my favorite host of the toast and he just brings joy in my every day. So I would say listen you're listening now but continue to listen if this happens through your first episode. Look forward to, and we still have a lot to do because it's Wednesday, which we've mentioned is our deer toasters day, and then we also we're gonNA recap the Bachelorette, which one you WANNA do First Jacks Bachelorette. Okay. Well, Clare Season was ago last night she had. I don't know if it was like just been awhile since we watched the bachelor. But there's so many guys like at the rose ceremony I'm like this is the most packed room I've ever seen. Yet I. Mean. It's always like that. It's always like year they add like one more contest. They could say the most condensed. Yes. We've ever had so I don't know how many exactly there were but like I don't remember I remember to people's names Dale and Blake Moyen who I love. I remember People's Names Dale and easy who I love when he made the joke about everyone bringing snacks and it wasn't a cocktail party. It was a potluck I thought that was so funny what create jobs and I was like this guy I love him and I've actually been seeing a lot of. And things on the toasters group of people who know him and they say he's like the best most fun hilarious guy and I feel like I, don't think he makes it super far with Claire because he doesn't seem to be. Dale. But I think. He could have real potential for bachelor candidacy. He's very handsome and he's very successful. He was A. Pro Football player. Now he's a sports agent. I'm just putting it out there I. Think he's the one. I feel that also knowing that matches the bachelor next season. So these men aren't here to audition for the bachelor that Yeah it makes it more enjoyable to watch because. Like Steel, I'm sure you'll be on their best behavior and they'll want to be favored. Nation and Bachelor Nation and go to paradise etc. But it takes that out of the equation because that's the bigger prize than than Clare unfortunately is becoming the bachelor so I actually like watching it knowing the none of these men are going to be the next Bachelor I agree with you easy grade energy she really had such guys is there were so many guys I don't remember anyone's name but like I was like Whoa that's an real guy I agree. Handsome older accomplish they all had engineers computer software like we had really accomplished guys, which is very new. We're used to having professional swimmers and. Sorry. Former professionals wears and social media managers like we had yet really good group of guys. I feel like she was probably really pleased with it but I want to talk about Clare really quickly because I haven't really had an opinion on Clare. Before or after I like their recap they were. Talking about her moment imagine paradise with Zach Coulter who's now like an instagram monster? It's so funny. He loved that they showed him on the screen. 'cause you know he tries to like forget so far he says. But. There is a there's what's the girl's name Helena and everyone gets. A big influence revolves like stuff. Her boyfriend is like a much smaller influencer. He supports her takes pictures like they're like duo back. there. So they've been together for years their goals they would say right and as probably very few people remember Zach her boyfriend was on the bachelor and was on Bachelor in paradise and almost went home with Crawley and like I'm sure when he found out that Clare Crawley's was bachelor. Bombing because he pretends he wasn't on the bachelor like he he wants nothing to do with franchisees totally disassociated and when they put that screen up, they did totally ignore the fact that she got engaged on Winter Games I know and I think that was to their detriment because obviously we all know that she's been on it five times into leave out the part like. To the part where she got his most impactful relationship and I think it's because they didn't want to see like how she'll just get engaged in things. She knows who are husband is, but she doesn't know where husband is I understand what they were trying to do. But like we're not stupid game and now it looks like you think we're stupid and that she Might like said something that would make us not believe in her as like listen I'm sure she got engaged. She'd been thinking that he was like the man for her and those things can be wrong and also you don't see in two percent of someone on a show like this all the time we're not gonNA fault her for it, but don't act like we. Forgot yeah and it's like all the examples they're using from her bachelor. were. Literally, ten years ago. Are we really supposed to believe she's still hurt about one Pablo? No. So it's Ben Wa is the most recent love and she did get engaged like they would actually behoove them to lean on that more. But I. Guess Not. But what I was going to say about players that I don't really feel like I formed like a full opinion on her until last night and I actually really really like her. I think there's a lot of benefits to having an. Older more mature. Bachelorette. And the first is that she's just very eloquent and very well-spoken and I, feel like my biggest frustration and it's so hypocritical because. I talk like. I'M A by product of my generation but one of my biggest gripes with the show is like nobody speaks it's like there's no sense it's like you like like yeah, I have a wall up you. Break it down like it's just like. Yeah it's not English. I'm like, what am I watching? There's no substance in the conversations and when she sat down with Chris Harrison and was talking about her mom having dementia in Hurtado leaving her that tape there was just so much emotion there and she was using big words and this is English and this is it and I actually really appreciated that. Yes I would agree with that and as she said throughout the episode like she will know her husband when she meets him and. Even. Though I think some people would challenge that statement I think I know what she means in like she knows exactly what she's looking for because at nine years old she knows exactly who she is and so I do think with age comes maturity and a real set of is at that can see a person for who they are and what she's looking for versus like Oh who you know. Who Imagine a look best leading here with I I completely agree there's like a a real level-headedness that comes with age and maturity and I think that's a huge benefit to having Clare. Yes. Now for just like the thing that she kept saying that, bother me I guess her motto for this season is just show up which I find to be extremely depressing and. She has now shown up though five times to that charm, and so I think there. There is like she has proven that there's actually board within just showing up because you could keep showing up and nothing great. It's going to happen and so when she's like to these guys, thank you for showing up like. I just think I understand what she's trying to say because I think sometimes in life half the battle is showing up. I just think it's like. Wrongly applied to this situation. Yeah. Because in dating like is that really how low we're going to set the bar for manly? Show Up. Like an telling a religious. was making me depressed for the state of the dating world. If that is the bar just show up and you know, don't try to be your best self pushers. Just show up and it'll happen I actually liked that I felt like everyone was really probably more excited than usual to be there just given. The fact that everyone had probably been quarantined at home for a few months and then two weeks in the hotel like there is like this collective excitement just about getting out of the House and I feel like it. Definitely. Puts like endorphins in the air. Do you know what I mean? It's just like there's this. Yeah Buzz. Yeah I felt the same and it made me excited for to watch it. Now, I just want to say in terms of editing and I know that the bachelorette drags everything out but the fact that they spent, I, don't know forty minutes about Cova testing and all the precautions like really bother me because he was just obviously not enjoyable to watch. It's extremely stressful. I just came off of watching Love Island? Where they did the same thing they did like a bubble to further show and the contestants everyone could kiss and be free and they literally kicked off the show they mentioned it. Once they said, everyone has been Kobe tested in this is like a safe Kobe. And then we'd launch right into it and I think that was the best I, love dot and so two conversely do it like this and have everyone filming themselves in like the stress of the testing. It's like we've been living this for eight months. We all have been we know exactly what you guys are going to do, and we we know that you're gonna be safe about it. Please move on Yeah we trust and believe in the process did what you have to do it's like they just had to show. There was so much quarantine footage so much testing footage and it was like cute at first, but it really went on for so long and it was like we're living in an age where if you're not following the guidelines, you're going to get canceled and it really felt like ABC just wanted to prove to the world like this is what we did. Don't cancel last like we are doing it right and it was exhausting and you know what we're living in Kobe days we don't need to watch it. It's really depressing. Yes. So that was annoying. Kick it with but eventually. They got to the point and everyone is able to live in the bubble and it's very exciting. So yes, there is an excited energy that because also like. Even though she says, thank you for coming here and quarantining for two weeks even if they just stayed one night like for these guys, it's exciting to to leave the house and be able to kiss a girl hundred. I think everyone is happy to be there. They're happy to be there with her I. think she I didn't have a huge opinion on her either but I think she definitely was net positive for me last night I think she's extremely strong. They showed footage of I. Guess, one of the guys called her like the oldest bachelorette ever I. Don't know who it was when she was like I'm the oldest Betschart ever because I haven't settled for guys like you I like it's actually an amazing comeback. Did Him mazing comeback? I totally agree I cannot wait to see who says that what the context is not that much happened last night besides the first row ceremony Dale obviously got the first impression rose and it's very obvious that some way through this process. Claire decides she's wasting her time. She's basing the guys times and Dell is the man for her and where do we go from here? Some people think tissue shows up some people think an shows up. We'll see what happens. But the little drama that did happen last night was so stupid between fake tyler say and go saying about like the girls in the DM's I hate when drama consists of things we don't know about we haven't seen and we can't really attest to because it's like shut up like this doesn't involve us. Yeah also, like if you are going to come in and start with someone and your smoking gun is that he was deeming girls on instagram and like that's just not enough of a thing to bring up and you know what he said like a true, they like Yosef. Videos to grow saying Good Morning Beautiful I. Hope You have a great day like that is the wall of the worst crimes a person could. Not GonNa, lie but. It makes Tyler look bad because even though we know that that is so cringe. He you sound so crazy because he's saying that he said that he told the girl to have a good day like right right? I, like. I agree those guys who are just so shady like demon girls like they're disgusting. But like tyler being a fucking snitch on the first night like I was like you're you're a bigger loser than Yosef like. Loser loser crime to the Nth degree and I think Clare even recognize that because she started to reconcile between them and she was listening to this dumb conversation going on in front of her and she just got up and left because that's exactly what I do what a waste of time neither one of these guys are like the guys for her it's so irrelevant they're both stupid and. I could not care less. Yeah I mean like neither one of those guys were Dale. So she wasn't gonNA stick around for the conversation it is really hard to watch the guys working overtime to like her knowing that her heart is set on Dale and I feel like even if she hadn't said the things that she said last night, we all would watch it knowing that like she showed up for one person and the fact that she even said to Chris Harrison like I met my husband, etc a team like that. So awkward to them much the rest of the episode for us like well, these guys. are trying so hard. It's very possible that there have been other contestants who maybe said something similar to that or felt that way, but it's all edited out. So it's like we're we're as the audience until the very last moment supposed to be like who's going to be we don't know what's going to be like they really take out everything that would make us think that there's one front runner this whole time but given how it comes to an end we think she basically just leaves with Dell I. Don't think they can ignore it and I actually think them putting it in the. Footage is them getting out in front of the rumors because everyone's already talking about it and I it? It makes it actually really interesting to watch knowing that there's one front runner from the moment because sometimes there is sometimes the first impression rose wins. Sometimes, there's always going to be like most of the time Ryan, the bachelorette right the girls pick the first guy and they actually know exactly what they're doing. So it's all it's interesting to watch it this way. What was also interesting with a few things about Blake moins. Who stole my heart? Really like the one who DMT her the one? Who DMT her I love is like a He's in forestry and he's everything of the sort and he's so cute. But she said like she said that he d entering she said that he was the only one in like up until now I kind of believe that she was so into Dale because she had spoken to him before and then by the time she met him out of the Limo like conversations the in person matched with online. Yeah. But I don't take. Her for a liar. So now I'm feeling like maybe they didn't talk before I. Don't know. Yeah I don't know I think divide that they had talked before and I thought it was really interesting that she brought up like the rules and I thought she was going to be like a teacher and send him home and I was I was going to turn off the TV right then in there but it actually thought it was. Really. Really sweet she like that not only that he message her but that she really appreciated because I know that feeling when it's like you're so lonely and like you literally have nothing to do and like you're just in a bad place and then like you just get to talk to someone and it's like refreshing. Yeah I don't think she answered him though. From the way she mentioned it like I think that she was going through a lot like obviously her season was postponed her mom had been injured and Blake just center message like something Nice like thinking of her whatever and she definitely didn't answer because she knew that she couldn't but just seeing it like made like meant so much and I felt what she was saying and I thought it was really nice I mean if we had a full season like he would. Definitely probably be her her runner up. Yeah he's mad cute. There's just a lot of cuties. It's a really good group of guys I feel like we always say that about the bachelor like it's always a really good group of girls. But I don't actually always feel like the group of guys chosen for the Bachelorette eligible and I feel like this is probably one of the best casts. We've had in a while just in terms of eligibility for Clare and compound engine present. Like real men, they're good looking employees lead and they're they're doing. To be overwhelmingly thirsty. Agreed but that remains were seeing guys though like, I feel like they're very different from the crop of Bachelor guys that we usually get. But there were few who were like harking back to like the typical. Guy It's like maybe would have cut it two seasons ago but get the bucket appear via. No you're watching old episodes doing your research and that's not going to cut it. Yeah totally. So. We'll keep you updated once a week on our bachelor thoughts next week I think we're back to Mondays moving forward and their eight you're looking for more bachelor content. The snatch ler is back and she goes in on everything like she can talk about that surfer. So head over to the bachelor, it's been awhile since she's taken up the microphone and we've missed her we have missed. So full bachelor recap that's recap on the snatcher subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts and before we let you go, it's Wednesday is which means it's deere toasters our advice segment if you ever want to write in. Email us dear toasters gmail.com. We will always keep anonymous you can change people's names and you could in. Anything having relationship trouble friendship trouble. We've got a mixed bag today. I'm going to dive in if that's okay with you jacks. Please do hey, ladies. Thank you so much for being the highlight of my day. You both are beautiful stunning in smart and I died from Your Rhode Island pictures. Thanks. Thank you so much. I need help with some. Slash. Body hair issues I've just started to seriously date this boy. One of the most serious relationships I've ever had I looked up with other people before in Undergrad College, but they've never. More seriously it's just been drunken hookups I used to always have my. I used to always shave my gene when I knew I was going to hook up with someone or going out since I started seriously dating this guy we each other four times a week and shaving is too much I absolutely hate being Harry and unfortunately broke af two laser it's not possible right now. I've tried sugaring two weeks ago for the first time and I loved it the problem is my hair is starting to grow back very patchy and I can't wait to go back for a wax for another two weeks. How do I approach is the next time I see my boy and we hook up every time we have hooked up so far I've been bared down there and I don't want to ambush him with Apache Bush out of nowhere. Do I give him a heads up about how patchy this down there or not say anything at all like do guys care please help sincerely patchy and confused? Omega. Dear. So cute guys don't care. You know you're being a little specifically. Okay. If you're a raging, Bush, he would obviously notice it. But like little patch little stubble like I think you're okay. Even. If like you got to the Bush seen each to the Bush administration. Guys do not care truly and so I would just say. Try. Waxing. Give. Find what works and then get on the schedule. Yeah I find success with waxing. But I mean everyone's different that I like there I understand the issue that we're having I. Think you're overthinking it I. Think this. This guy really likes you which sounds like he does like he's happy to be with you, Butcher Nova. and. Just. Enjoy yourself don't don't. Don't have to be perfect with a hairless Jonah like yeah, and if. You're setting a really bad precedent that like if you're perfect perfect perfect for the beginning and like perfect Dijana you can never dip like you have to always be perfect. That's a US get married. That's fifty years of a perfect China and that's a very. Difficult expectation to me. Yeah. So just you know. Whenever you can get grooming do it, but it doesn't have to be perfect all the time I agree but get on schedule for you like try wax I think wax is probably best for you. As you'll get the most amount of time like inbetween with with smoothness and from I understand doesn't grow back patchy and then have a standing appointment once every three or four weeks. Yeah. Good luck and I'm happy that you're in what it sounds like a very healthy and fun fabulous relationship. Yeah. The good luck have fun to be so hard on your Bush and just enjoy your life George Bush man all right next up hijacking and Claudia what an honor to be writing in today I, just started listening to the toes back in March and it is very literally kept me sane through all of this. Please go on vacation again. One of my friend let's call her Maranda recently moved in with her boyfriend. Steve. Steve is a nice guy but really brings nothing to the table. He isn't very exciting. He adds nothing to conversations and when he around he's just there if you know what I mean since they've moved in together, simply inseparable every single time I I've seen my friends. Whether that's hang out of somebody's house going after drinks dinner whatever he's there. But the weird thing is she never says he's coming and is almost never invited. He just shows up my last straw was when we went to a Mexican restaurant last week we ordered he ordered a huge meal, two drinks none of us were drinking, and then we split the bill evenly I just want some alone time with my friends before I moved back to the city without always having to accommodate Steve and pay for his massive burritos. Natural can bring this up with my friend. Without offending her but I don't think just because you love with your significant other that automatically means you're now a package deal sign and annoyed toaster I totally agree because because you move in with someone at least package deal, it should be the opposite. You guys are now spending more time than ever together you can actually take a night off. Yeah have you tried like mentioned like saying something to urban like something like, Hey, like I want to have a girls night just like WanNa do girl talk like have you tried to be specific about the fact that he is not included aside from just like not inviting him hoping she won't bring him like I would start small like, hey, girls, night dinner Gino Gni whatever it is and make it clear that it's just girls. Or just friends, and if she's still brings him to that, then like get to a point where you exactly what you said to us, you say to her, you're not saying anything crazy if she can't separate from Steve like some girls turn into that girl modestly and it's unfortunate and they're they're social life suffers because of it but your shouldn't because your friend is making these choices. So I would start with honesty I would start with. Honesty of a few different ways, you can try it like levels of intensity before you need to write her off. But I don't think you're there yet and it all in the messaging like if you're just saying we're going to dinner and he comes while that's not normal behavior I could see how she would think he's invited. But if he explicitly like very Simon Van Kampen like shows up on a girl's trip or like a girls something. That is problematic if it's being branded if the event has marketing and the marketing thing girls night and he's still shows up, that's very problematic and you big problem on your hands, but if it's just being know. It around a dinner. You Might WanNa come. So it's Still, it's winters branding. He's still showing up that just means to take a firmer hand and spell it out, and then it s she doesn't acquiesce. You've got problems agreed our third and final. An update from last week on salt and Avocado I don't know if you were called on that was about the toaster who was dating a guy who's girlfriend had passed away and she was feeling jealous and it was. It was tumultuous. She wrote back. Oh my God. Thank you for reading this my apologies for my wording I meant to say that she had passed six months to prior to US started dating my bad. He did not cheap. That's what I thought but it completely agreed that perhaps we're not right relationship. He should take the time to grieve and maybe we're not in the right place for each other. Maybe, we're not the right people for each other now that fourteen months have gone by since she passed away and he doesn't see me as more. Thank you for your unbiased insight and advice. Well, I'm glad we could get that little thing cleared up because we don't WanNa be claiming people are cheating. If not agree you know sometimes it's just like if something is coming to hard. Guess relationships are difficult. They take work, but they shouldn't be so hard. Sometimes you know. Yeah especially not in the early days and I think grief throws a whole nother element into the relationship that was once just like two people boy meets. Girl. It's just a complicates everything in. So doesn't sound like he was ready for you and maybe one day he will be but until that time you. It's not the place for you. 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Paxton Pomykal: Next big thing in U.S. Soccer? Plus ... All-Star snubs, Gold Cup takes & MLS rumor mill

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Paxton Pomykal: Next big thing in U.S. Soccer? Plus ... All-Star snubs, Gold Cup takes & MLS rumor mill

"You're listening to extra time riven by continental. Oh my goodness. I mean what are we doing here? His foot. It's great that everyone can give their union. Absolutely ridiculous. Five me, five me. I don't care more to drain my Bank account, everybody up here every single day goes into the office into the laboratory try to cook them some great stuff you guys. That's why he's here for New York, New York, you are listening to extra time driven by continental from the AT and T studios in midtown Manhattan major, we'd be with my partners in soccer mattdoyle. David Goss in the extremely plainly dressed, Kaelin car, welcome boys. It's another dish. The US are on to the quarterfinals. France in Paris Canada. Probably plan right now. We should probably get that on television. All watch Dave's computer. Starts in forty minutes. Okay. Didn't know post game shows in the women's World Cup roles on the big show today. MLS is back a little bit truncated slate this week. But we're getting back to the real thing. The all star roster is out. We'll talk about that snubs and the like who maybe doesn't belong there that will be there. US national team go ham in the Gold Cup against Trinidad Tobago pump the brakes, you might say or go crazy. I don't know. We'll see. I'm guessing you might pump the brakes toil candidate their thing. Touchdown over Cuba, Mexico almost bottle it. Women's World Cup the US they almost I'm not gonna say bottled it, but they had us a little nervous. There were yelling at the TV wasn't the best performance they've ever put in but it's a World Cup. It should be hard. Like it's a knockout in the World Cup is a good Spain team. They beating land. They've beaten the US over the last few years. There is no plan b a lot of times with US soccer. So the first after hitting the long ball, it's works second half Spain adjust and we keep hitting a long ball doesn't keep working, but the individual talent, I think wins out a plan on Friday is gonna be ridiculous plan. B would have been nice with the bench. Gonna bench. For the fifth. We got plan a plan b we didn't get to plan C until what ninety six minutes in. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Press came in with the last kick of the match, and you're like, well as fresh legs could help as minimum as soon as, as Spain brought their lineup in the second half as soon as they moved that block up and. Creative place space to play in behind given how much repeat was struggling put Chris. Booking presen-. Why was that? And then the even crazier one was Lindsay Orrin coming in for the last five minutes when I call. Yellowcard, time people disagreeing with Jill Ellis. That's a normal, but they are defending champions, and they're chasing it on France on Friday in Paris. What a game that will be hope you have time at work. A second screen hope you have a an excuse. Go get some crush on a Friday at least east coast. I think it's summer Friday. Do you think so? I think you're leaving the auto you live in a blessed life. Yeah. You got to. I don't even work in an office. I don't even have. So fact he's wrong. Gillett, the man hold you down Anthony Hudson doesn't have a job. But he's got the best age in the world. I'm looking I may need his agent because be our sports Dean Jones is saying that he could be the new new castle head coach Rafa rougher Benitez. I should say is out. That's not good for gender Yellen, or Miguel Rhone. But Anthony Hudson could get that job. So that's good from maybe he was right. All this time he was talking about. Well, this is a bottom group, and all these things, and now joking being like, well, what did he think Atlanta United's gonna come and just offer him the job? And it's actually might go to the interest back to the same old hits with Newcastle, because that's not not a bottom group. They would be more just guys championship than we are. Whoa. Oh boy. All right. Well, look around also. All star squad. It came out a lead of Madrid MLS all star game presented by targets down on Wednesday July thirty first that are Landau city stadium. They have a new name there. And I think I've, we'll figure it out. We'll figure I think they got naming rights anyway. I this is from a long time ago. This is on the naming rights sub. Read it. So, you know, I got alert setup. Okay. Didn't remember kit by the land is beautiful. It is beautiful and they play at explore stadium. Also, if you're fan of Orlando city, I think myself and Bobby warshaw, we'll be down there for your open Cup game. You'll be there. I believe so onsite, I believe CFC, right? I wasn't going to Dell down because I wasn't sure. But Jon pushed me on it. So, yeah. That the match up, okay? Killing you wanna play in the game explorer stadium. Just said, you got the part. All right. Open covering. Here's the squad. I mean, it's all the names that I think you would expect maybe the one big name that I don't see here. Darlington tarot and he had been more cold than hot. As of lessons scored in two months. I income. The open Cup all stars. It's the premier domestic competition in the United States been around for a long time. Maybe you know something about that. It's the second oldest continuous running tournament in the world. Why hind tournament the FA Cup tools. Soccer his American. You've learned something we had some good news for Paxton pommel stands. He got a Commissioner's choice for this game as did Nick Ramada and what we assume last go round where is the third commissioners choice DaMarcus Beasley? That's the big question. What kind of in Justice has been just Doyle, dead did the Commissioner call you about Paxton to, to get your he did not? But if you watched him this weekend, he made the case, he was frigging awesome this weekend. And I think if you look at the, the splits with FC Dallas that they've seven wins this year. I think they're like six two into when he's in the lineup and like one five and one when he's not an Lee correlation causality, but he fifty three forty seven here. But he was he was really, really good. Yeah. I think he's been playing at an all star level. Absolutely. We're gonna talk about him more, because that midfield of he survived surreal against Ron of C, which not playing well right now, the boss, that I want to know how this is going to afford because maybe oh being sold. That's part of the rumor mill goalkeepers here. Andre Blake, he was a selection by James O'Connor Braga's on was in the fan eleven. Then, of course Ramada to decipher this roster between all the ways people. Get picked and all the little symbols. It's like full on code breaking. I'm impressed that you just did that literally all three goalkeepers have a different insignia news. Little star. The asterisk is James O'Connor, Don. I don't know what it is. It's like a triangle, without an underside. That is the fan eleven and then the hash tag is Commissioner the real question here is no Wilfred Saheeb level, picks this. You like the, the biggest question is, is, there's probably two grams Uzi, who's voted in, in Martina, grams Uzi, on name in Maine and look people have habits they're gonna vote. See, when they see that fan eleven that's how he got into like hair grim up his best season. This leave it at that pity Martinez. Not been his best season. But Atlanta United fans are really really, really good voting. Apparently not good enough though to Joseph Martinez in by the fan vote. But I was gonna do I was considering throwing Jona out. They're not the most deserving. But I'm okay with John. I mean John's been really really hasn't. Yes. I'm okay. All right. Allowed it right fine. Marriages Kemar Lawrence, Roma. Matenaer. Leandra. Gonzalves Perez bastion. Swinestein. Walker Zimmerman and grim Suzy I think a couple snubs back there. Jack Elliott I would put miles Robinson, though, over Jack Elliott miles wasn't eligible. Yeah. Well, you know what anyone? For the fan, eleven but he could have been chosen by James O'Connor could've been a Commissioner pink color you wearing. I'm wearing purple gastric. Give him that asterik. I'll be there for that one. Anybody else missing on the back line. Kamar is a good choice. Hedges is he's kind of. He's okay season. I mean that you're gonna take an all of L AFC and put them back there. At ISA girl. Maybe. Yeah, I guess he's just not for sure blessing is going to be so west to us, the name that jumped out for me, but marketing Anthony gig out there. Yeah, that's maybe that's maybe the best story on this roster. And there's some good stories was there for the first time ever Nova Larry Nova Larry. No brand for Brian Fernandez up top. I mean Mike at the Liam ridge. Well, hey area. You know injury. Bring brand Fernandez man. Oh, yeah. That's the next part is right next fifty the juggler was going, oh, boy, my hamster Albert alise out of the lease. Is that's a that's a good call there. I like that one. No. Houston dynamo, players know again, no Carlos hill, which I guess haven't been great. And he's been good. He's good. I don't know if that's a snub in the midfield. Barco Jonathan o Santos Mark McKay. Darrow pity maxima, Rolex could choice there, I think ninety had to be there in Orlando. Paxton one hundred Walea jiggle Rosie of tops Latin cannot though role. Don would be one. So just Martinez and the other thing here is they're going to come off Gold Cup. Don't see a ton of gold cups. Here's you don't see Josie hasn't played so that makes sense but you'd think they'd want Americans in a game like this international, so Michael, Bradley, you would normally think, but Puello Zor, basically just Kamar K and Jona that aren't Andre Blake desert gold. Comex, Wayne Rooney here, coz Val. Yeah. He's here. Chris wanna Laskey is there as well. He was a selection by James O'Connor. I don't know about Valla. I don't know. He. I did the like extract, someone if we put it on Twitter. I bet you there's one, they're always, so we'll say, there's always something I don't think anybody's going to say that I extrapolated at his numbers like the pace that he's on. And obviously sear on pace to shatter all of the single records correctly does has sixteen and ten and sixteen games. Just I know it's completely absurd. He's not going to do this. You would think you would think we gonna end by like early right? The record for combined goals, insys Giovinco in two thousand fifteen the first years here thirty eight if his pace kept up he would go for fifty five combined thirty four goals in twenty one assists. If the pace kept up that's a that is completely ridiculous. That is seventeen more at. I know it's ridiculous. It's like this is real. I mean, maybe Bob rowdy was onto something there. He says all the great players sports, rewrite everything. Right. Across fellow is doing that anything else in the all star team if you're excited for, for all star anything, you're feeling you would you'd stump speech for the game. Like five five will pick up all star shadows or romaine Matenaer. He's been good this year. He's been fun to watch like he gets forties. It's a fullback, put he's enjoyable to watch, and I think Minnesota deserve to have someone on there. So I thought that was a good pick. Otherwise, I guess, just watching Chris AUSSIE knocking Carlos velo crowds. However, this is gonna line up in the maybe he plays. Unders lots on and just gets knockdowns off. Do you not remember the game in Philly? When I believe, John, of course, Chris Wondoloski after the game and said mate, you'll movement is it's a nightmare for me as an absolute peaches. I don't think they have I was doing probably. No. That was at a time when the message sports and everyone was like criminal. Ask is primarily striker is coming our, like win six one against six zero. Like we saw trash retract. We'd be you mentioned Mark Anthony k being the best story. And I, I still look at this in some ways of from players perspective of the guys that the guys in the locker rooms are going to be excited to see make the all star team because, yes, the fan eleven a lot of times the biggest names, the biggest stars get chosen for this match. But this, this matters to, to a lot of guys to be able to get a chance to go be an all-star, and especially for the guys that often get overlooked, and Mark, Anthony ks guy throughout his career, I think is had to grind to get to where he is was with Toronto. See didn't find his way got chosen through. Actually, I talk with Jack del who is coaching. He's the LES's assistant, goalkeeper coach. And he's spotted him out a Canada national team trainings, like. Hey, I think we need this guy. And I think that was partly one of the reasons why he came to LA for the guys. Yes. We are not the big names, the big stars. But for the guys that aren't always getting the recognition, I wanna see, I think the guys in MLS are be happy to see names like that as well. He also made his pro breakthrough playing under James O'Connor Louisville. So that's pretty cool. Go to guy for years CFC, too. I met the coach who moved him into central midfield, which then got moved back out, right? Isn't that one of their coaches, but the money, love Michael staffing out like market? The Nikkei actually said recently forgot where saw this is like the reasoning side Toronto was because my attitude because I thought that I like he stopped brining. I thought I had the roster spot. And I pretty sure that like, if I had just kept bringing it, I would still be there so he got a wake up call. And like he has woken up is there. Yeah. Good for Elliot. See good for Canada. Trumpster like why didn't we light a fire under him somehow that's been part of the process? I mean, Andrew Carlton's, the big one of these examples of like this is one of the last big steps seems like okay. Now we're developing talent. Now we're getting them to a professional team. How do we then get them MO continue to be motivated understand that they've not made it to understand that US L championship games? And you has only going matter like all these little things that's the last piece of the bridge, the galaxy or trying to figure. Out good, pretty good story here. Hey, right, hopefully he gets, you know, payday big contract starts to move rolling up in a Range Rover. The people notice Diddy us, right? 'cause I was pretty. I've got Twitter Camry recently, where he's in the park, I told you, I wanna three thousand word essay on soccer dot com talking about how Joseph Martinez driving. A Maserati is the single biggest player development tool. We could have. Have a movement episode part about this was we went to wanna say all star game training last year, but it may have been MLS Cup and he weals out in it. And then he hits the brakes and looks over as Kaelin car walks by goes what often throw you a pound out the wind on killing might be the person. Forget that. Just like the movement. Now, you said he actually did say he watched the show, and I was like, wait, what do you have a TV in the Mosley? Of that. Yeah. That's lights am much movement in here. Don't worry about it. We're talking about players coming through getting their opportunity than taking it. We quickly hip Paxton palm ical, but palmful survive surreal in the midfield for Lucia in Dallas weekend. Toronto didn't really state a chance. I mean his era was really goodness game two to assist on Budgie unlock it, baby. But I to want to ask you since you're kind of driving this train. How would you manage paxon's next year 'cause you're, you're talking about US national team? I see all the highlight videos out there, the all touches where people just like look at this dude win the ball in midfield. Look at the passes, look at the like fluidity of motion and understanding of the game, but his next year's super important, I just US but Dallas his whole career. How would you do? I mean, I think you have to sit down with him and his family and his people and figure out what he wants because if he's dead set on getting to Europe as quickly as possible. And then the right offer comes in then. Okay, even though it would hurt you for the season. Like it's a, it's a business and you, you have to do right by your team. And you have to do right by the players and you have to do right by the whole process, it would imagine it would have to be a pretty big offer. And the other thing is like he's a Dallas kid. He's wearing Bobby rhines number for a reason the team, the culture, the club, the people, he's around that will mean something to him. And I don't think he's in the greatest. Hurry to get out of MLS like he I'm sure he wants to play in Europe. Eventually most players do in totally understandable. But it doesn't seem like he's got one foot out the door. He wasn't playing like this weekend. You know, this isn't fobbing Custodio, twenty sixteen type stuff. This is like he's out there being the best player on the field in like high level, Emlyn games. So I am magin that it's going to be like. Constant dialogue between him his family, his people, and then SE Dallas, hunts. You know all the way to, to Lucci Gonzales, I would expect, hopefully he is one of the centerpieces of the Olympic qualifying team Olympic qualifiers are in October of this year, and usually European teams. Do not release players so tends to be a heavily domestic squad. So you won't probably see Tyler Adams or Weston mckennie, Christian, pulisic, this could be Paxton, Pomme calls team. The US makes the Olympics US does well at the Olympics, then maybe see, Dallas is coming up to European clubs doing a little bit of this, because frankly Paxton palm good enough. It's hard to know when the time is to move because at some point the next step in development might be actually leaving Dallas just from a personal professional standpoint as well. And getting out of that comfortable environment where he's now being able to grow into and feel comfortable. That's been a big part of his excess FC Dallas system Lucia. Lot of the people that are bringing him on and give him his confidence. But at some point that next step is waiting and getting away from that getting to have your family around all the time, getting to have your friends that you grew up playing soccer with no balling, for the first team and getting out of that. So I think that point we'll come for him when, when it comes like you said, that's gotta be a comedy. I mean we got three more like we got three more transfer windows of him as a twenty year. And I would say still super ya what you said about him being from there on the club culture and all that stuff. I think is definitely a factor and I was just making sure I looking at Kalama cost the came through, and that's the fear. I think if I'm a fan is like you don't want him to stagnate, but that was about five years into his pro career that, that, that, that point hit for Mukasa. You're a year into pummels at MLS level. So I think you have more time. And so I don't think you need to Russian it's going to come down to the name, and what the deal looks like I don't if I was communicating with him. I'd say I wouldn't just. Go to Europe to go to Europe. Obviously Athletico Madrid comes in. That's a different conversation. Like when you're talking about what status of that club is in the how often opportunities that come along. But otherwise, I think the way Doyle laid out I'm still torn on whether he should go with the Olympic qualifying team 'cause I just wanna see him. Get a try with the I just I don't wanna waste more time like if he can play at the first team national team level, let's get him into one thousand percent. Rather have him be the central like the focal point of the you twenty three's in these high level meaningful games to get us to the Olympics than have them be the twelve men for the US like, twelve man, fine. Then even having be a starter for the US in nations league game against Cuba, and Canada. I we gotta make the Olympics. We have to make the Olympics packs and McCall's big part of that. So surreal around your Paxton that is the stuff of dreams for clubs like FC Dallas for Lucci, who brought all these guys through the academy for all the come up and start to perform you survive on the open Cup. Scored at one of the best goals in that tournament so far three, of course walked in the starting lineup really this year has locked down paxton's back and Pepy and Pepy signed got in your guy, Brian Reynolds. That will never leave me twenty two hundred twenty two legend he's gonna come good. I'm telling you that right now. So can we talked about it from passes point of view? But from Dallas point of view, like did hunt has to just be like jumping up and down, like boom investment in the academy pay enough. Yeah. I mean we saw at the like literally on Saturday night. FC Dallas used seven academy kids, including all the ones you named for Jesse. Gonzales is still starting. Goalkeeper and then kellyn Acosta played for Colorado Vic Victor Yoel played for FC Cincinnati. And then to academy products played for SE for the US national team like this is they, they had a full eleven out there of guys who've been through the FC Dallas academy, and you feel like with this group. There's a, there's a bunch of who over the next four to ten transfer windows, probably going to be sold on for big money. And this is all happening at the same time that they're u eighteen team uniting team is into the quarterfinals of the DA Cup. And on top of that, while that was happening. North Texas had a game and Michel start at central. Assistant coach. Shows like I'm good, bro. I got ninety me. Right. He's like he's like, if anyone goes down seven to set. Foot out but there's more pieces in North Texas group. That's coming through that. I know Dallas douses real excited about especially long, the backline both fullbacks potential centreback in Nico career like a lot of guys who and his citizenship is just about to come through. So we could probably see him with the US you seventeens at the World Cup Ferreira's for the yeah, it's weird. We like I thought he citizenship already came through. But he's, you know from everything like the US soccer's actually had him into camps. So that suggests that it's just a paperwork thing. Hopefully he'll be part of twenty pools about paperwork here in a second international level. Because apparently do Coastas paperwork for hunters either never came didn't happen refuse to sign it. That's why he's not playing with treacherous and the Gold Cup. We'll get to that in a second, including the US is big win against Trinidad Tobago. More from this weekend, though, the Portland timbers at home. This is what they figure. They'll be doing the rest of the year. Although let's just be honest Houston. We're a little bit knocked down by Gold Cup absences, four zero Tim. Brian Fernandez with another goal Vancouver and Colorado to, to, to draw Colorado gotta be kicking themselves. You already rano with the beautiful free kick to get the points for the Whitecaps. That was a big row result, potentially still draws good galaxy to Cincinnati nothing Chicago one rail Salt Lake when I wanna talk about Golic. See cincy, but not necessarily the game on the field kind of the way does it specialist Jettas back. Apparently he's healthy. Now after this game this win for LA. He said this about sloth on it. I cannot do this Justice in my voice, but we'll try. Yeah, I mean he's an interesting character legit. But obviously, he's gotta get his goals and stuff like that. He's talking about some of the consternation. Let's call it from doesn't it service or things. Don't go as way we're all happy for the win, but he's an emotional guy and he seems to show it a bit too much at times. But that's him. I can't do that Justice. There was annoyance from Sebastian. Legit Doyle, and I would never have found this had been in your column, which remains the Monday. Remains the Monday must read can I plug the movement here? Anything you have on the galaxies. Lots on legit. We'll okay. Cool tuna. Would you make that Doyle, I think it's something I really do because last time was even by his standards. He was out of control in this game. If you have, you know, ESPN plus subscription go back and watch the you know the galaxy versus Cincinnati game. Or at least download the app and watch the MLS fifteen. Double plug. He. He was overload. I like if it wasn't just like angry about a pass going in the wrong, it was like if the past wasn't to his foot he was not gonna move for it. It was like dappling up the Cincinnati goalkeeper. He was like throwing his hands in the like doing all this lot stuff except cranked up to eleven towards his teammates is like you're winning to nil inside a fifteen minutes. Men. People in Cincinnati paid for his Autan and they're going to guys, lots on you ever been a team with somebody who's awful demonstrative. And maybe that gets on people's nerves there was a gentleman by the name of Kloten blonde. Didn't. Whoa, whoa, whoa. This is nothing. I hate to break it to you guys. This is literally nothing does every game. He actually I watch it doesn't pass to certain players. There are certain players, he just doesn't know. Running back every bad cross is the end of the world he wants to score. That's guy you want. That's what you want on your team and about and special jet. Yeah. He said it, it was just honest. But they, they don't that's not a problem because what are the stats stats this year? Good enough good. Enough goals goals. You want your striker hunger. You want a number nine who scores like that. That's who, who is just devastated. Joseph martinez. He may not show it as much. But he he feels the same. And he's just as frustrated when that service isn't there you go show at sometimes maybe relation to his teammates. The eyes aren't always. Yeah. He's all he hides it a little bit better. Yeah. Is aren't always on slots good. I read you this tweet from Cincinnati fan who was there. I was there Saturday and it was strange. It was a strange experience to say the least they won and were struggling mightily in our first season. No question. But hating on his team throwing him. Self on the turf loving our goalkeeper, applauding are full fullback. Then storming off at the end at a stray. Love it epic, we're talking about, right? Entertainment. Not have we might we wouldn't. We wouldn't be talking about it. It's the bashing. Like, if nobody on the galaxy had said anything is solicited. He was asked by a reporter. He looked visibly frustrate. That was the question any answers the question honesty thing. Oh, yeah. That's. Is there's no fall to especially the one thing I will around by the way. Well, maybe there's a lot of time radar goes off. It doesn't matter how small. Hi frequency. Like go on ESPN. Plus, this is going to be all over our site. A super cut of every reaction off. We don't have that file a think piece, we're going to cut this segment, right out and get it right to the front. Soccer dot com. Dave is on that no doubt about it. I don't think Andrew Wooten is gonna do a lot of that with the union. Maybe I could. Maybe I'm wrong about that. Andrew Wooten doesn't feel like that guy. You may know him from it was at one call the US it won't call twenty fifteen seventeen goals for Saint housing in two Bundesliga best season of his career got rolling late in the year as well. That's when you really want to sign up. That's when therefore damn tip. I mean is this good signing Corey Blake stuck back in Jamaica, that's a bummer? Casper chevelle co has had some good moments. But we talk on the show all the time, but they don't have the goal score. Consistent goalscorer that maybe they need to take stuff forward. That's another have four. Yeah. I mean it's like if they're going to do about committee. This is like Soviet Union. The scoring poll bureau is very filled out. Yeah, no no no field player all star and top of the table in the east. So I think that, that is sort of indicative of what their season has been is. They've, they've done it by committee. And I put a hundred but we didn't know if we mentioned him we didn't as a snow on the snubs, but you'll see no, I will say for Bobby as well. Yeah, well he's been here to start all. All. Why isn't why does not on the all star team like this is just pure entertainment. If we're just strictly doing this to how we everyone there earned their spot twenty nineteen. So to say you could you could put them there at blame the fans for not playing with him enough in agree with too many goals was on. He was the sports Representative nobody has any big Andrew rootin- takes no, no. Visit not worthy. I mean take as seen him play. Maybe a dozen times. He's, he's strictly in inside the eighteen guy he doesn't do a lot of hold up play. He's big so he can get up there and finish stuff. This was the best season of his career. He's never been a consistent goalscorer before this is twenty nine years old twenty nine years old. So this is probably him at his peak. I think it's fair to remain skeptical. The, the big question I never watched him enough to, to know this, a few the folks, I talked to in Germany, are like he's actually not a good pressing forward. He doesn't have great defensive instincts, or defensive work rate is what they've said. So I do wonder if that could end up being I mean difficult to break into this Philly lineup. Because this Philly lineup on talent isn't the best they have to win as a unit on both sides of the ball. So they got some auctions. We'll see winning if Corey comes back from Jamaica, that will give them another option escorts big goals for them last year and to start the season as well. Some other news round Major League Soccer here. New York City of see official have signed Scottish winger. Gary Mackay Steven. I can't do the the area. Don't even try like started. And then I backed off it his contract expired, with Aberdeen. So he's twenty four goals, two assists in nineteen twenty Scottish pearly appearances this season has played in the past for Celtic. Then moved on to Aberdeen. They're saying he's on legend is you can play on both wings. They say things like one v one in their press. Release can't wait to watch him. We will see what happens with Gary Mackay Steven per-kristian Dyer Alan Pardew, wait a minute. What does that mean? For Molina Medina Edina last name right now because he's got acting played like the DP that just languishing on the bench. Is he going to be another host way? Coleman story scored two against North Carolina FC. He's a US championship all. And now we've forgotten about the open Cup. She zena. He's pretty good. They're all pretty good. But right now he's behind two other guys who are better and Matry tones. I agree with that. I just let you were Dunkin on him. Telling me that he's a USO lifer. Sorry. Have you seen Jamaica at the Gold Cup? That's not a bad thing. Pirker schinder, Alan Pardew Tab Ramos favorites for this FCC job, also I tore Karanka could be in the running for that one. Let's get a Kaylynn on this one Kaelin's been workshop ING a comparison. I've. I've come up with. Yeah, I came up with nothing. I shared an elevator with Pardew once in Kansas City of all places. His is there. This is the analysis to the show was that Newcastle or Sunderland at the time. How? No, I don't know. It wasn't obvious from the elevator Tab, Ramos Middlesbrough. Maybe it might have been Middleborough tab. I mean has done a great jobs. Like I feel like he would fit the profile of that club perfectly to be able to get that group of players get some young. Hopefully bring some young players along into the team someone they could really build with over time understands the system here, understands MLS, US system. He's got a ton of experience this. You're waiting for sort of the right fit this one feels like it to me it, it's close to it. Absolutely clear. Alan pardew. I just don't understand like what? What? Well as as. Yeah. Palace played a friendly there. And I think outside of that the two clubs had a connection, and the so I think he has a relationship with the ownership group. So therefore, like to be totally serious. They know who is and he'll take the call. So now he's a name, who's a rumor to I mean, it says, much as Anthony Hudson coaching the Beverley, like someone's gotta get connected, somehow you never know how it works. It'd been looking at a about as well in the summer transfer window and the right elevator. I guess. I'm thinking that was lucky. You workshop that one that just came just ahead? There's a lot of controversies with which, like headbutts people and like pushes us referees, very dementia signing. Dances, sometimes Lemaire very memorable. Yeah. Do you think that this job would have been as good for Tab Ramos before Jordan camp came in and took over sort of the general manager role because before that I thought most of the rumblings, I was hearing was that the academy and youth development was kind of, like not gonna be there thing, and now they're like, it's going to be our thing has to be when you bring in, you know, the Dutch go, like PEC Zwolle. I mean it's definitely a guy good to better fit now for very obvious like just just signing. Kneecap given his background suggests that they are. They're gonna lean heavily into that type of identity. Maybe you know, our S L or FC Dallas style thing, which I think, in the long run is good for a guy like tub who clearly is good at working with young players in, I think, would relish, the, the opportunity to be an MLS head coach. It's also not his job to then build it. All right, like, right, if you come in Tab, Ramos, four months ago. Everything's on your shoulders. And now every conversation with ownership about the academy and what it means. And how you build it. That's now one hundred percent your job on top of coaching the team and play recruitment. So I think it makes them more appealing job because for your first head coaching job, you, don't you're not gonna be Peter Vermes like you're not going to step in and take all responsibilities and build an MS Cup contender. And I think this is an easier. Position for Tab Ramos, plus no expectation I was going to say there's not a whole lot expectations on the gate, about eighteen months from me to like we gotta we gotta see something from them at the start of the twenty twenty one season like a year and a half months expectations. Yeah. Twenty twenty forever. Yeah. All right. We've blown by the concept of time I was his point him months like, wow, that's incredible. Let it go Madrid. Right back. One friend. He might have eighteen months. Late lefties thirty four Nashville ac- might want him. Join Karan's linked with Miami from Bonfield also out there. Run, you shouldn't sign one front for GP money. Maybe not even Tam money. Now, if they did either of those things, I would be pretty juiced, one front has matured legend, and just a soccer legend, general, please continue. Yeah. It'd be talking about Gray's, US. We didn't we didn't. But it it's rumored that he could go to Augsburg, which makes sense and kind of victory of them getting him with COPA Medica just kind of Megyn the midfield. They have now Ecuador was eliminated. And I think grace, okay played this weekend. And the fact that he didn't is, is maybe a tell in terms of his what his future is. And it's probably not with FC Dallas. So it makes sense. They got him at twenty one twenty two they coached him up for three years gave him ten thousand minutes and now he's an international caliber player ready to move back to Germany, and give it another. It's like exactly like Zach Stephan thing. It's exactly like, and it's I think it's good. Good business from Dallas. I think was smart. And you know if he is gone. Good luck to grow Jefferson. Severino. Still in. Yeah. Medica also interest reportedly in him. Hey, this is the best Venezuela, I've ever seen easily. We had this conversation, this two weeks ago with say games he just Martinez go. Yeah. Hetero save on believable. It's like where's the power coming from those bond his goal? How does this actually contorts that way? It's like laugh gall, from like literally side. I don't think he's in front of the goal at the point where you heads it. No. Spam. Red is your source for the thank you must read it as I was it was, it was like a like a pool shot. It was like perfect angle. There are a lot of fun. The severino. Rumor is very interesting West Ham in Newcastle. I believe renew castle part of it is the interesting part to me because Newcastle are not a big spending club Miguel Marrone. This past winter was their record signing, which is a small record signing for a relatively big. Just in terms of outlay for relatively big club in England. And they like to bargain shop that includes with managers because Rafeh Benitez is gone, but then they just change ownership. I think it's still like Ashley, no, I'm not as changing on, well, regarded that just means they're not gonna they're not going to splash out for a big signing. So they can get a guy like savvy Marino, who we all know super talented and has been productive for club and country at like six seven million dollars. And then turn him into something significantly like that, that makes sense just like it Lanta getting L Marrone for eight million dollars when they did made a ton of sense, sporting lies and business wise. So I mean I like I like watching Jefferson Severino. I hope this rumors true. A little bit ago. Did you guys see on their own assist against Argentina? Oh my. To go to that point. There's no way you could watch Severino over the last month and not think he's not of not an equal quality. Maybe he can play at that level. And he's younger the question with him. Got you is consistency. And I think what you're seeing with Venezuelan team is maybe he needs to be at his line of where he's being pushed to get that consistency for a little while. Maybe he's comfortable at ourselves. That's why there's six week periods where you're like this is the guy he is. And then there's three more weeks where it's like maybe Botha in Brooklyn in or Corey bear to the starters on, on the wing. And he's gone in and out of that. And if they can get this run of ourselves can use this run to then move him on. That'd be perfect big winner here. If this is true, if it goes down creek watt will be doing jumping jacks backflips, that worked out, went and got him from Zulia sold them on down the line. Let's talk Gold Cup with US national team six oh. Win against Trinidad Tobago. As a game Christian pulisic went God mode on. He said he was planning on doing that after the game Jordan Morris changed the game just artists claptrap of some haters. Maybe same eleven for Gregg Berhalter wasn't revenge might have been redemption. What did it mean? Did it matter? Of course. In the moment, felt good man we walked into a club and country pre and post game for every single US game. We were like, oh, let's go Oh, and then we poured some cold water, but we were juiced it felt good. I wouldn't say gee gas men's because I've heard you guys wanna hit Gassman's. It's fun. Like this is one of the parts of being a fan as enjoyable to watch your team play sometimes. And that's what happened on this one. It was a slow start. It wasn't a perfect performance. But once I got rolling it was they were dangerous for multiple spots. I think against Guyana you didn't see that it was like, okay, maybe they're going to get something off a set piece. You got that moment of brilliance from Weston and Paul areola. But politic wasn't showing up there. Bradley wasn't playing those dangerous balls. Czar Justin look, as comfortable and then in this game, Bradley came out and was serving in the first half like playing through balls. First time left. And right. And that was fun to watch. And then western got comfortable, and he started create a little bit more, and then politic to find his space. So as a fan, I'm not going to throw cold water because it's like, once every two years, I need to enjoy something. And this is that moment and thought they handled most of the issues, they. Had it was what the sixty th minute when they were up one zero when they gave up, what should have been a goal when Kato plays that switch field ball. And then right after that they gave up another goal that would've tied at one one, and then I thought they reacted well to that. And from there, they move forward and played well. So I enjoyed watching that game at the minimum. And that's that's where I was coming from, like analysis aside. That is not a feeling that a US men's national team fan has had a long time. It just kind of been dour. It's like this doesn't matter. We won but it's Panama January or God, we're getting smoked in this field more then raise and the friendly win over Mexico last year. I liked that win over Mexico. The a lot of fun. Yeah. This one, though, at that time the program you were still just kind of, like what is this going? So I think that's I think the program Specht of it is, what matters here is we, we all feel like, okay we saw glimpse of what Gregg Berhalter is trying to build. The system is starting to come together to, and this has been without Josie out store, and, and although Josie his moment. Yeah, we'll give. Filthy layoff. Exactly. And that's the difference in quality that he brings his far as the combination play in the ability to find his teammates. So we haven't even seen it to its fullest, but you're beginning to see how these relationships are forming amongst the team Paul areola in Christian pulisic, have a really good understanding of win one tucks inside the other one goes outside. They've been able to find each other Boyd has been fantastic. He had the little dummy to areola then continues in the box, Nick Lima getting forward understanding how Boyd moves those two together he was strong cuts on his left foot. So you're beginning to Michael Bradley seeing these runs in behind, you're beginning to see how these pieces can fit together. I appreciate from Burkhalter when you see Boyd skill set to understand the adjustment of he can be so gold dangerous if he comes in field. So let's get him out wide right? Because this was the idea for whatever I it's fine, you can have multiple ideas and change things around. That's one of the changes I enjoyed in this game Lima was starting when they were in possession. He was along the forward line, all the way on that right wing. And then you watch. And so two footed any so aggressive around the goal that why do you want him being the one getting to line and cutting it back, and so I and then he starts link-up, and as he floats in our floats in then politic and go wherever he. So, you know what's weird about the secrets to sequence of play that you're describing is in your absolute right about all of it so much of it is predicated upon the center forward being able to drop off the line and actually create a little bit. Like find your winger cutting in stride cutting in inside find him in stride, you know, accurate, perfectly-weighted layoffs in order to go ping, ping, ping, ping and suddenly Boyd's through. See did a pretty good job of it. He was like the he missed a couple, right? He he would go in the right place, every time, yes, the touch wasn't always, right. Correct. But, but he was in the right place on every single one the differences. He's not going to do something that surprises you. Right. And which is fine because we want this prizes from politic and Boyd, but we want certainty from that you can find it from Josie to. He has that ability to drop off. He can lean on guy. He can turn them if you think he's gonna let and cuts. He can turn and run out of guy he can find a little chip pass and behind. He can just do the simple thing if you're talking about chemistry areola Puzic, but he enjoys -i that was like his original level up guy where it was like when those are on the field, it was just it was natural. It was natural the scoring goals each other celebrating together. Like if Josie king get back. And I know we spend a lot of summer tournaments in that sort of mindset if he can get back. It's obvious that it's a huge upgrade cycle. You know what jussie three goals? Congratulations, man. And he's right there. No two goals three three she's off his face. Got it in this game because he hit that post. I know that. And it was like that was the crazy that man his hat trick. Let me ask you something. Did you see anything? Defensively that worries you. Yeah. Timor still individually one v one with Tim ream inability to move his hips and therefore whenever he's isolated one. We wanted to danger and the understanding, I think of space out there like how to close and how to fill if this next game. If I could do anything, not, because I don't think he deserves play center centreback I'd put our long out there just to see what it looks like going forward in this game, of course goals. But like he has good feet. Why not put Lima there? He plays there for his club, and then put Ken in it right back. It seems like that's not gonna it's. I don't know. It seems like maybe Matt meows go in the middle of the tournament after two wins aren't Glenn finally understanding each other, you're going to take our back and move them out. And you're gonna move your right backers, which I'm to think you could walk away from this game and say, like, wow, this back line is clicking. I don't think that that's the reaction and it's only going to be more talented. Opponents Panama coming up. They both have six points. They're both through they will face either the winter second-place from group c which could be Jamaica could be Salvador could be curse out. Cannot be Hundres. They're already out, by the point being is that Tim respect him respect to his career as he guy in a game against. Let's say Jamaica and the semis, the Bailey Mexico or like don't you like, if you're building towards that moment isn't that going to be potentially a weak spot the time? Because if I'm if I'm Panama. I'm just looping it up behind Tim. Ream anytime the US oppressed up to field, and we have talked about the left back position in the US pool for awhile beat that, when it's an issue. And that's why I don't think he's fully cemented himself. There's a one. Play where he was a little bit slow to step out wasn't able to close down that space and in general, it's kinda stuck in between sometimes for him, whether he's going to be able to step in apply pressure or what even defending in the box at times. He didn't step out long comes in and get to touch on the one that gets deflected over on another good chance on goal. So I think love it deserves a chance. I think he deserves a look. I don't think that spot has been locked down by any means this next game is the best chance the last chance to try that before you get to the knockout phases. I think she can look. I I don't disagree with that. We focused on personnel. I like the system the way the Gregg Berhalter is played at these two games specifically with Lima pushing so high in wide, which allows boy to come inside and at times, like a fourth midfielder, which is overwhelmed teams. It's playing teams that way it's, it's risky. It super risky and puts a lot of pressure on the, the front line to be really good, too. Pensively because if one of those guys gets beat then suddenly it just a long diagonal, and it's off to the races for the most fire area Lozada's and employed having gotten beaten the situations. They've they've closed down really well the last game in a half. So I just structurally something, it's not just personnel. It's just something you have to keep an eye on going forward talking about a lot. But Sheikh, this seems to be the destination, that the Turkish media are pushing right now who's gonna say two million. There's in there's two million dollars unless somebody goes over that good marris's not going to sell to anybody but Sheikh dose two million dollars is like what, what got paid for Pedro Santos wanna throw out some of the numbers that teams paid for players. I'm not saying Tyler Boyd knowing him just yet, but if you're an MS team, and you're not just at least sniffing based upon the six months, he just hadn't Turkey which is a very good league. And the like what he's done for the US over the past month and just the. The test. And the fact that he's twenty four years old. And the fact that he doesn't take up a roster spot. You would hope that whoever has discovery rights because I soon that's how he would be got an into the league right, discovery claim I don't think so because he's not originally is not on that list yet. He's not an allocation player, then it will I'm not talking about would be discovery yet whoever, like, whoever has it. You have to think that they're they've opened talks at the very least. Also, how many goals, Columbus, go the last three months? So maybe Pedro Santa's comp isn't exactly nine goals in eleven games, I'm always impede since that they paid millions of dollars for transfer price. It's, it's the money it's not the productive amendments like, oh, God my ways to spend two million dollars. Do you think blade would fit in MLS team could use the most DC United because I mean they're probably going to aerial and boy, just put him on actually really get done. The rebels the rebels they need. They need a little bit of sauce coming off the wing Derek at the end. Probably not that guy Alex oil project. Hades out. You're rolling right now. I mentioned like I yeah. We we'll get back to this line. Let us know what Boyd for your team holler at us getting the comments here on YouTube, or hit us up four one two zero six zero s do you have any news on the coast of what I've been told by someone who is in the know with Honduran whatever's is that the federation didn't process, the paperwork. So Danila coast is being in camp for the last three weeks. So we not getting any now at this point, he's frustrated, and his family's mad because hunters basically just screwed him over. And so therefore one, I don't know that the paperwork exists to be signed at this moment, and on top of that, he's gotten one in a little window into what it will be like to be one hundred national team player. And also, I think he could've played an open Cup games. Right. I think you get paid additional to what your salary is he could have been with his club trying to earn joying time like many things he could have been doing besides travelling around as you get open Cup game. I don't know. Do not. I never did. I don't know if you win there. Cut. Yeah. To talk to her account and win the open Cup. You get you get a little coin. Yeah. I think they actually up that. Thrown back on before we get out of here. We do have to Canada. Jonathan David five goals. He's a leader in the Gold Cup who's cavalier say that before we get do have Canada, because I'm just trying to basically, it's my attempt to show you guys up. Yeah. So why don't you? Hey, who else you're really good at soccer? Good touchdown on Cuba, senators always a good transition feel like that was gonna like, hey, but we do have to talk about. We don't use those words in Andrews, friends. Yes, that's true. That's Andrews friends being an inside joke. That's what my. Elementary school class. It wasn't like oh, MRs Smith's class. It was. Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, shut up. Let's talk about Canada. Go ahead. Dying think what is what do you think right now? They knocked off Cuba, Cuba. Yeah, it's a weird place. Pretty hippy dippy at the time. Yeah. They're just trying to figure out who they're going to face Costa Rico Haiti in the quarterfinals. And then you would assume it is Mexico on the other side will get either one of those two as well. I don't know. They should assume that well that's true Martinique within a goal of tying look pretty good. We'll get back to Mexico for this candidate seem whoever it is. I don't think they're gonna play scared we've seen Canadian teams in the past come out and kinda like bunker up, you know, be be all defense. And then like throat, D wrote there and hope that he can conjure something out of thin air. That's the opposite of what this Canadian team is they have their attackers are as good as anybody in the sternum it right now. John, and David is, is a revelation Catalin is Fendt like heat he would be starting for that. I think it's the best group in the tournament. Yeah. And the, the question is, do they have like to win a tournament, you usually need that one transcendant guy who can, you know, for years, it was either land introduced for us. Obviously Blanco did it a million times for Mexico Cheetos done vela's the like you need that, and I think that Davies and I think that Jonathan David and I think that Catalin can all get there. Do you think he's on the field though, as a question her? I think it's not just I don't think it's on Herdman. I think it's a tough decision to say going into let's say it's Costa Rica right in the next game, the idea that you're gonna play. Okay. You have basically two options of how you wanna play Cavaliers his size. His ability to hold the ball up and he's a great finisher, more David speed at centre forward. And then if he's not at centre forward, then you're probably gonna push David outline in, which means is on the field is Davies playing leftback is Mark, Anthony k healthy. There's a lot. It's very exciting for Canada. That there are a lot of decisions to be made, but they're still not an easy one. I could be wrong just from watching the behind the scenes highlights from their pre Gold Cup friendly turn to go, but they did try basically the Cavaliers at centre forward than it left. John David Davies overlapping. And then our field our field goals game. He's kind of the forgotten man. He's, he's real good, too. And then is a T botch center is centreback. So I was talking to Canada fans today that I'm friends with an felt bad being like it's awesome. But it's. Cuba. He kind of and for Canada. That's not always been true. That's that's great. That's a step, right? And then percent that's why from every, you know, every game from here on out if Canada wins, it's a great win. It is. It is a, you know, program enhancing win really expectations. I think are higher than that, just if they get one win and then are out to Mexico that, that doesn't really do much for me. I think they have to go further than that happens on other play against Mexico, though. If it's win is this, this is a team that went to gold cups. Not that long ago. I mean, thirteen and fifteen and didn't get a point. Didn't score a goal. Yeah. But that's that doesn't even for the same. I know it's a different time. Get that. But that's the baggage that they have I to the point on decisions in personnel. David's gotta play. I think he's the guy that is going to cause Mexico. They get against Mexico. I think he can cause them a lot of problems with with his pace. That's the one thing I think, separates this candidate team is just how dynamic they are going forward when they. Get numbers forward, especially on the wits Alfonzo Davies holy. While watching him play again, has been a real joy through this tournament already. But David being able to even just pressuring creating the one goal he gets who's Mexico. Yeah, it's, it's pressure his, his ability to pressure and turn them around. That's when Mexico gets uncomfortable. Mexico was issue gets more intensity. They, they won the first two games were into the quarter-finals. I mean they had to fight to to win against Canada. But I thought they were clearly the better team for that ninety minutes. And I think they just took their foot off the gas, a little bit against Martinique team that has a bunch of s to Sounders legends. Kevin parson and a first vision got unlucky. Oh, he he's like thirty two years. He's thirty thirty two last chance like when the Sounders with the Sounders signed him they thought like he was going to be there their backup behind Clint and an ova. And then, like the first day training, he blew out his ACL, and that was like that was it for him. But I I don't I'm not really dilemmas. Your backup forward. Yeah. Jordi dilemma got a goals. Well, I think Aaron long was on the s two team in twenty fifteen as well. The. One five degrees of Erin law. Honestly, I don't read too much into this from Mexico. Still think they're the best team in this tournament Ohka. Let's get to the mailbag Gold Cup rose on, of course, is back this week, but we'll be here on Thursday to talk all about it for a one zero six zero less extradite him dot com. Or get in the YouTube comments section, as a friendly, reminder that we are on YouTube. Now you can watch us there, if you would like what we got Ryan from Horace says, I know after the third goal TNT fell apart in the game was all kinds of open. But I'm excited about the smorgasbord of attacking options that we saw per halter called it, diversity, Tyler board, one v one mckennie unlocking passes, politic running with the ball, which one can we expect to count on and see when it's all on the line Christian. Yeah. That's what I was gonna say. His is the best is the best player. And what he does that works against anybody. I mean that's why he's going to Chelsea. It's the ability to be direct and to just glide by guys at pace under control with the ball from their unpredictability to be. To either slip a pass to Josie. Throw step over get to the right. I mean he can finish. He can really do it all. And the, the combination I can't remember if it was Doyle, but somebody was saying that it was like Clint Dempsey's trickery and skill. That was me added with Landon Donovan's pace, and that that's the kind of presentation package that he has going, that's different than anybody else player. Would you say you're the men's league Christian pulisic? I'm like old neymar. Old name are like still trying stuff. But like liable to you know no fence to the crutches. I'm just been able to avoid that. But it's like it'll get leak into shows enough to be like, oh, man. That guy had I'm thirty six years. I do wear the name our boots, too. So it's like it's true to form of life. You know what I heard just through sources and whatnot? If I want to avoid ankle injuries in the past, I want to cultivate, mass in my lower half, I should eat mostly double cheeseburgers, chicken nuggets and other such fine fast food fare, can you confirm or deny these rumors? Yes, this is yeah. Wow. I was expecting us. But when I was playing for the fire they asked me to try and put on some weight, and it was impossible for me to like done ICL, and we're trying to get in the gym a little bit, and they sent me to go see a nutritionist, the nutritionist told me to go to Wendy's in bridgeview on the way home every day on for training. Tell me twice. I was like, what? Are you kidding me? Thanks, how many? Drill. Can you add add sauce that will help to a frosty? So I was eating a frosty and nuggets, and then I would go home and eat a second. I was just like a snook. Yeah. Just like a region college, I have a friend who did work out, you should've tried. It's you put a black garbage bag of chimney, chairs and you just carry them around Jimmy, Chagas, or just carry them around with just a black garbage bag. That's a nasty stone. Who else was on that diet? Do not. Nary ca Steve. Nary would finish it off with the Newport. That lasted about a week and that was it for me. But I don't think. Put on the way it. So I'll let you know out works for Parque. Drive-thru on the way home, which, you know anything else here. Yeah. So someone wanted to respond to specific doubters about the US national team, specifically an artist formerly known as bird Doug. Who's basically saying there's no depth in the player pool. And he wants to give some alternate eleven that he thinks would still have a shot at getting to a Gold Cup final. I'll give you the first one, which is sergeant top way up Linden, Gooch homes, generally, no. Public. I'm not gonna finish them. You want to keep going. Good Adams Robinson Brooks CV yet Lenin Horvath. An all MLS team. Dwyer Corey Baird palm ical jet Mueller canals via Fanja Robinson trustee, Keegan Rosenberg, and Tim Melia, either of those teams you think could make it to go Cup final based on the way bracket seem has a little bit more talent. I think, but it also is just completely ramshackle. There's all sorts of different positioning in here. So you're gonna have some. Subpar in for Gucci in that first. And you got you got something, you got an argument, but you don't get there with eleven guys you get there with twenty three why? We'll see time trying to do that thing to Mexico as well, the Gold Cup rose on IMAS back, and it's a beautiful thing just want to inspire Canada real quick, Austin, fort one says everyone keeps including talking about candidate playing Mexico in the same I'm sorry, but there's a thousand percent chance. The lose in the quarterfinals to continue the pattern. We do it for them. You heard you heard that Canada, you got doubters out there. We're going to zero right now. It's we didn't. Yep. And the women's World Cup of soccer. The summer give. Thanks, everybody mattdoyle Gus Kim car. Thanks guys. Go at the drive through Thursday. Sorry. We were looking.

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The AFC Draft Recap: Breaking Down Every Team's Draft Class | Monday Morning Podcast

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The AFC Draft Recap: Breaking Down Every Team's Draft Class | Monday Morning Podcast

"Hello and welcome to the M. qb Monday morning NFL podcast. I'm your host Gary grambling. We have arrived at the most special episodes of the year. And they're all special. But these are specially special These are our draft recap shows we are going to split it as we have done in some years. Not all years. We're going to split this into two shows because it's just I it's massive otherwise But basically we're going to run through every teams draft class on what we thought of it. I I should say the we is is our very special guest and even here but Yeah we're going to run through the AFC on this show the NFC on the next show. And Andy I it was a it was a lengthy draft weekend are you. Are you rejuvenated? Now how are you feeling? I'm feeling okay. I've got a lot of radio stuff to do early this week. So I'm trying to stay motivated for being on the ball with the draft stopped because in pastures by Saturday night. I've been ready to move on because it's just I watch every part of the drafter go track every pick but you know what's interesting to me Gary is this week. The draft is still the top of everyone's interests in its front of everybody's mind and then by about next week or the week after that we we're not gonna hear about it again. I don't think people rehash the draft a whole lot given the amount of attention paid to it. I wonder if with the the lack of live sports going on. I wonder if there's going to be a little more chatter aluminum retail on it this year. And maybe a little more chatter about Twenty twenty one and that sort of stuff but I guess that's the thing like if you look back on last year's draft classes as we're looking at the two thousand twenty classes if you do the same exercise with a twenty nine Dr classes it would just kind of you know. You'd realize like Oh. I was so excited about this sixth rounder. That was such a steel. And he's he's a pretty good back-up. I guess that that sort of stuff happens more often than not nothing people kind of lose track of that Which is fine. Be Be hopeful. Be Optimistic our job is to make less. Oh and make you miserable so The way we're GonNa do this again. Afc only on this show. Tuesday we will have the NFC teams We always feel bad for the teams and their fans in the West. Because anytime you show like this you end up doing the the West Division last but we are going to those folks to favor wearing you west. I the way we're going to do. This is West then south than North then East within each division. We will do alphabetical You know no other. No other order your alphabet. You'll be able to approximately figure out where your team is in the show but with that let's let's just get right to it we are starting the AFC west alphabetically. The DENVER broncos are first. And they they just happen to have a really good draft. They turned a major weakness into a major strength that wide receiver. Yeah I love that the receivers they found fit each other very well as we said on the first round recap show Cortlandt Sutton. Who's turned into a really good player for them with a second round? Pick a few years ago. He's a classic x receiver at big bodied guidelines on the boundary or on the weak side of the formation. Julio Jones's ex receiver type to give kind of an example and what you need to complement him within his Z. Receiver the Guy who can go and motion and run intermediate routes and I think Jerry Judy's exactly that a receiver and then K. J. Hamblur is a slot receiver ish as slot receivers come of course shifty. Small guy from Penn state so a really balanced receiving core now in last year. What stood out on film was Denver. Did Not have that they. They didn't have any dimension outside of Sutton to their passing game. Yeah Yeah I mean this is going to be a really nice set of three receivers for the future and and look you want to get some sort of drew lock before you have to make a second contract decision on him and you certainly should be able to get it over the next two seasons here. they were very conservative with lock last year when he got into the lineup and And now they don't have to do that because they have other guys besides court in the Sutton who can go out and catch. The Ball. Just highlighted the dudes in this draft Michael OJ media Big Corner big corner ran well at the combine good size speed Guy You know sort of a classic Seattle Guy. Thirty two inch arms and all that so he comes into the VIC Fangio's defense Presumably as outside guy. I don't know the I mean they're still sort of rebuilding. That defensive backfield no Chris Harris now. Oj media is certainly not a Chris. Harris Style cornerback. No do that this year and Bryce Callahan was an outstanding slot corner and Chicago. Couple years ago and they signed him for pretty good money this this past offseason but the previous offseason and he missed the whole year with an injury so it's too new corners who really fit well into the system. Og Moody will probably play the other outside spot and Gary. I think you'll have a chance to earn the starting job there. Because Isaac Yotam their third round. Pick of twenty eighteen has really not latched on. That's why he's been in and out of the lineup. Devante Harris was in and out of the lineup. Last year the number two corner position has been a revolving door in a negative way for Denver. So that's that will be a starting place. I think judy has a really good chance to start this year. And then they they address the interior line. Lloyd cushenberry wouldn't one of my favorites the Lsu Interior Linemen played center at Lsu. Came out to right guard in the six. And I just I just said we're not gonNA like really hit on six rounders but I didn't mention a nicotine in the tiny Muti Very injury prone long list of injuries. That's why he dropped down to the six round. I think he would've might've been a day to guy had he not had that durability issue and as we saw throughout the draft it was tough to get you know physicals done and and examinations done so a lot of injury prone guys or I should say injured guys from the college days dropped in draft. Yeah it's unfortunate a tough year for those guys have really tough year to be undrafted. Free agent. I don't know how you make the team as an undrafted free agent so the agents for these guys they're gonNA have to be very creative and forward thinking about how do we get some of these lower tier prospects into the NFL. Can we get them into the mix? Next year's undrafted free agent. I don't think I mean you can't just let them into the draft again but it's an unusual off season the other part of Gary's if there's no we don't need to get off track but there's no college football this upcoming off season that's going to really throw chaos into the next draft so that the people doing the mock drafts now the next year ahead they race to get out there. They're actually not being totally ridiculous this year. It might you baby. Do Your twenty twenty one October. Now we got. We got all the tape. We might get but Which I mean look I think the supplemental draft is going to have a lot of Of entries this year. I think guys who might have been sitting on the fence in January are suddenly saying Well might as well head out there. Now we're GONNA get in the fall but That's a that's a whole lot of pessimism for another day Let's go to the Kansas City chiefs Again we did the first round recap show we talk a little bit about a Clyde Edward Layer. Who's WHO's a nice a nice bonus for that offense I? I don't know if he's a guy who you sort of plug into your offense and say okay we're GONNA build around this guy like you say Barkley or something but Edward Young like I said I. I said he's a more dynamic James White He's a really nice supplement to. What's already great offense day to they go with? Willie gay junior interesting Prospect had some sort of off field red flags I think scared some teams off all. That's that's where every team to figure out for themselves. Cheese obviously didn't have a problem with them going with them. Sixty third athletic linebacker. And then they get Lucas neon the the TCU tackle who Presumably is is. I guess he could kick inside to guard if if if you want him to but You know maybe Sorta heir-apparent Mitchell shore to not know Mitchell. Schwartz GonNa play forever so Mitchell Schwartz has played forever. He's never come out of the lineup until this past year he is. He'll be thirty one in June. So maybe you're looking ahead a little bit. I think this was just a case would kneeing that they had they saw value at a spot. They didn't necessarily need what they didn't have a lot of other. They did I think. Have that need at linebacker. Though which I which makes the Willie Gay pick in my opinion productive one. What stood out last year with Kansas? City's backers? And Ain't no Anthony Hitchens Damian Wilson. I think they're solid players within the context of the scheme. They're not fast. So there's not a lot of dynamic movement at the second level for the chiefs so any talent you can infuse there. That's going to be an upgrade for them now. Gays still going to have to learn the system and it's not always the easiest system to learn under SPAGNOLO but bottom line. They needed to upgrade at linebacker especially for their base in their nickel packages and they did or at least they have a chance to we. Don't know if any of these guys upgrades. They have a chance to upgrade. Yeah theoretically they They utter they addressed. I think that's That's how we give we say let's go with the now. Las Vegas raiders moving up in the alphabetical standings in the AFC west. They are now third. The Las Vegas Raiders. You know we talk about the rugs in our net picks They took two more receivers on day. Two and look this. This receiving core looks like a receiving corps for twenty twenty one to me. I think this sort of This signal that they're almost definitely moving on from tyrod Williams after this year. Let's see you know. Maybe they. Maybe they pay him the eleven million. Yeah he just. He didn't stay in the line of last year. He wasn't terribly when when he was in the lineup. Are you going to pay that guy? Eleven million I would have been open to entertaining that. But if you're GONNA take a guy like Brian Edwards with the first pick I think clearly that is a signal that they see Edwards as basically stepping in for Williams in two thousand twenty one. Yeah I hadn't thought of that but now that you say that that does make perfect sense. I could see that. Edwards has a similar body types tyrone Williams Williams has been good not great overall there in Las Vegas. I guess it'd be an Oakland. But you know what I still WANNA see. Gary's his hell Derek Carr plays and how they asked him to play because until this passing and gets more aggressive which it's ready to be a little bit hard to analyze these wide receivers Tiro Williams for example. He's a jump ball fifty fifty ball type of of receiver. Well if you don't have a quarterback that pulls the trigger or is aggressive. You're not going to get the same kind of opportunities in consistency from that kind of wide receiver. So they've done. They've done party. Which is get the receivers on the roster Henry Rugs Brand Edwards Had to hunter Renfro last year in the fifth round. Who's looking like a pretty good slot? Receiver form part. B. Is Getting the quarterback on that same page with these guys? Yeah that's GONNA be. I mean look at. That's the number one thing to look at. Who with the raiders? Going forward here. I know there's a shocker that The quarterback is important to this team but It's like you look forward to two thousand twenty one you're going to have rugs renfro probably. Edwards. Maybe tyrod Williams as we said if he had a breakout year but Probably Rugs Renfro Edwards Waller. Josh Jacobs that's a pretty good set of five skill position. Guys there and then short a quarterback T K can Derek Carr show this year that he can take advantage of those guys and once again before everyone tweets your pf stats on. Derek Carr being an accurate downfield thrower. He is an accurate downfield thrower when he throws downfield which is not very often and that is the problem. Not Very often part Because that's that's what you want. When you had henry rugs the third in the lineup. Here We what's by the way what's interesting when he does throw downfield. And it's not very often I want to say a disproportionate number of them are just fade balls outside two guys one on one. He's still not. He's not reading the fulfilled and thing. And how can we attack this? He's look fade. Balls are fine. If you've got guys that can win. Tyrone Williams is an example of one who could but the point is. There's nothing aggressive or extraordinary. At all about the raiders. Downfield passing game coming into this season. And that's what they're trying to change and they They had taken. Damon are net sort of a polarizing for trump big. Just you'll medals he. He probably wouldn't profile as a as a first round pick but Outside inside of flexibility here and in the fourth round they took a Meek Robertson who is purely an inside guy so I guess that tells you a little bit more about what our nets potential usage is here for Las Vegas. Let's go to the Los Angeles chargers who obviously we talked about them. Quite a bit in the first round recap show but they didn't make another pick until one twelve the fourth round so we don't have a whole lot to add here. I mean look I. I think you're going to bring in Justin Herbert You want to get him on the field or you want to go sign Cam Newton and get him on the field and you have a win now roster you sign the bunch of thirty something year old free agents. You are built to win now and CAN I. Can I give you my very special charters stat? Andy to make the chargers fan very excited about all of this. They are the only team to have beaten. Lamar Jackson in Baltimore and Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City granted. It was two years ago but I think that's says you've got nothing there. Oh come on now I see mahomes certainly Mahomes and they WANNA playoff game in Baltimore. Well Yeah I mean yeah. I don't know that doesn't if I'm if I'm a chargers fan. I don't need to feel more excited than for two years ago. It was two years ago. Yes it's not that not that long ago saying I mean that's that's more of a fun fact. What you had was a fun thing. Not We'll see we'll see So Yeah Kenneth Maria. We kind of wonder You know his value in the passing game is as a blitzer as I said he is. The New Jared Davis the Lions Linebacker who I looked at for two years and said this guy's really athletic. He should really be good in coverage and he just never became good and covered so now they just use as blitzer and a pass. Rusher all the time I think there is a good chance. That's what Murray ends up being Round four I'll just mention Joshua Kelly for all you fancy. Dorks out there Big Time Short yardage guy at UCLA. So if if you are a fancy player and Want to be very frustrated if you own Austin Or you want to pick up a touch touchdown vulture Joshua. Kelly is your man. He is a two hundred twenty pound just Gus Edwards type of And no nonsense runner which you need with echo truths a one two punch kind of deal. I'll be interested to see if Justin Jackson or if it's Joshua Kelly which one of them gets the most touches Jackson's look good at the Times that he's been in there he was a seventh round. Pick Kelly's a fourth-rounder which would suggest the chargers feel that Kelly has the better tools but they're not going to think about it. Wants TO WANTS TO COMPETITION OPENS UP. They'll go with whoever's looking the best in the aussies they'll probably be Jackson. I guess because I keep forgetting we're not gonNA have much of an off season now. Yeah you might be right but you know. Running back is one you. Can you pick up pretty soon and and you know. They didn't draft Josh Kelley. Sort of be a expansive Pass catching back type. Guy Right Let's go to the AFC south. We are starting with the Houston Texans. We'll hit on the Texans a little bit more here because they did not have a first round pick. We have not addressed the draft at all on either this show or the first round recap on Friday but So they stayed at pick forty and took. Ross Black Lockley. Btc defensive tackle and it was kind of interesting interesting. We wondered if they get a DJ reader. Replacement Black is not stylistically a DJ reader. But he isn't Upfield Guy. He played over the nose at Tcu. He was probably playing a little bit out of position. There he's probably a penetrating three technique and he might be a really good one. He has the tools for that in our Buddy Greg. Cosell thought he was the best pass rushing interior defensive linemen in this draft class and they need that they need pass rushing in Houston. I can't believe nobody talked about it last year. But when what was out of the lineup Houston's pass rush was not competitive and even when he came back in it wasn't always competitive so they could not compete with the with the players that they had in their five down front and they play a lot of three to die by the way Gary. So three defence alignment two linebackers and then six defensive backs in those two linebacker Zach Cunningham in mckinney. They're an integral part of the pass. Rush where they were last year. I don't know if that will remain the case or not you experiment those kind of things. When you don't have defensive Lineman who can get home blacklock they think can be that at least gonNA give them more things to consider more possibilities and their sub packages. Yeah and and just sort of adding onto that. We've talked about sort of the the the quote debate about to do you build through coverage built through. Pass rush if your coverage shaky and then you have zero. Pass rush now. Your coverage is really shaky if your coverage shaky and you have a really like effective pass rush then you you have a potentially passable group on the back end so Sort of upgrading. That passer will be. We'll be big for them. I don't know if I just completely misstated that entira little spiel there Andy. I Apologize Later. On Day to pick. Ninety was Jonathan Greener D- If you're watching. The drafty saw I guess bill. O'brien was really upset with the Lions. He thought he had a deal with the lions and the he felt the lions backed out. And that's why you might have seen him gesturing quite aggressively and if you are lip-reader he might have been saying watching meet the fockers or something like that but Jonathan Greenburg really again. Pass Rush Guy pure speed guy off the edge liberal interesting guy though and and obviously adds a little more juice too as we said was not very good. Pass rush last year. Correct position flexible. As far as I can tell with greener which is important because when they play that five down front and Houston. Almost all of those guys are in a two point stance and there's lofton roaming around they're lining up in different places so they want versatile athletic pass rusher types and Whitney Mercilus. They feel as one of those guys. Maybe they see greener dissimilar light. It's the Indianapolis Colts another team. That did not have a first round. Pick Michael Pittman Junior. I just think is just stylistically. A the correct type of receiver to to put in there with T. Y. Hilton big possession. Guy I think immediate contributer in this offense and I mean my Lord. The the receiving core they running out in the second half of last year was was just not good enough so addressing. That was a very nice and they got Jonathan Taylor who he's GonNa play a rookie but this sort of signals at that. You know maybe Taylor. Is there guy in twenty twenty one when current wrong any they can move on from Arlen Mack after the season? Yeah believe they can Jonathan Taylor. As a pure runner is highly regarded by a lot of scouts highlight first-round type of runner. He's not overly versatile. I don't know that's a big deal for the colts because they have a pretty diverse backfield. Already Naim Hines kind of their Austin type of guy. I really liked the Jonathan Taylor Pagan. I like the Michael Pittman. Pick for the reasons you outlined. Also Philip rivers has played with those kind of receivers before a lot. Those big body guys. He had tyrone Williams a few years ago. Mike Williams recently in in Los Angeles and then when they were in San Diego Yacht. Malcom Floyd Vincent Jackson. He's always had a big bodied receiver and he's willing to make throws against covered guys and I mean that in a good way well the last year too many interceptions so I guess it's also a little bit in a bad way. But he's he'll fitted in. He knows how to throw to cover targets when those targets are big. Because if you're big in your certain kind of receiver in your as talented as Michael Pittman when you're covered. That doesn't necessarily mean you're not still open and I wanNA talk about their next two picks here I WANT HIS JULIAN. Blackman the safety. He's a converted. Cornerback actually both of Utah's Safeties compared cornerbacks. I think black men would Qualify as the the more athletic between him. And tyrrell Burgess and I think maybe you see him as a as single high type of guy but We talked about this last season What do you make a mistake hooker at this point? Obviously he's been in and out of the lineup a lot. They really struggled the second half of last year in pass coverage I know peer to see her sort of came back to Earth. A little bit not that he was ever in the stratosphere but You know it went from went from a quality star. Guy Really struggled down the stretch but I feel a lot of teams really catching hooker. Taking chances on the back end trying to create turnovers and really taking advantage of him that could be. I know they really like him. They genuine genuinely like him. When you're off the record talking with the colts coaches they say the same stuff that they would say on the record about hooker so they see him in a positive light. They play with three safeties on the field. A lot to do a lot of dime defense and they're pretty diverse and creative out of dime hooper's a big part of that so I think they're more optimistic than you are gary. But that doesn't mean what you're saying is not valid on some level. Hooker can play better than he has played. Because he's that kind of talent and Jacobson they take the quarterback Some thought he might be a first round at some point. One of the Algebra had a scout. Tell Him Jacobsen is a is a nineteen ninety-five prototype big time arm. Talent doesn't really move around very much and when things get muddy he tends struggle but obviously he's not going to have to see the field In Two thousand twenty at least the become Topi does not well. The problem is if things get money in your struggle you're not gonNA play well in the NFL because the NFL's muddy pocketed more than half time by by the standards at Eastern was familiar with in college. So I think every year Gary there's one. Qb that people see in the mid round and for whatever reason he gets hyped up as a potential star who's at the long term replacement guy and the hard reality. Is those kind of guys. Tom Brady you Dak Prescott. They come around every five or ten years and most years. You're not finding true starting. Qb's in the middle rounds and the whole NFL has agreed three times over that. That guy is probably a backup. So that's how I would view that now but I'm sure we'll hear more about e sin at some point and maybe he'll make me look dumb in he'll be a pro bowl or one day but I don't know I don't get I don't over the top about the mid round. Qb's way I think it's easy to and let's go onto the Jaguars here who we didn't touch on much in the first right. I guess we really didn't talk about the south much at all but they two first round picks CJ Henderson and Kilovolt chason look. This is how they they lost jalen Ramsey in AJ so cj Henderson is in there. They're losing yachting Gakugei. So Chase on is in and that's kind of yeah we're we're resetting with these guys. They just had on rookie deals with guys rookie deals and it's it's kind of hard to stomach if you're Jaguar's fan and it's not like this. They're basically trying to rebuild the roster to make it into what it was two or three years ago the reason it's hard to stomach really three years ago and they were the AFC championship game. The reason it's hard to stomach is because the guys that are God we're not washed up at all. Aj Buoy was moved for money reasons and is going to be eventually moved for money. Reasons Ramsey already was telling Smith you know no one's asked if he's coming back shelvin heard a word uttered about him. It sounded like it was a sabbatical year ago. But he's you don't hear about them so he walked away from football for good. All these guys are Star Academy beyond start. They're not star caliber. They are stars in their mid twenties. And they're not here anymore and Klaas cable got traded and he's a little bit older but he was the best player on defense last year. So they're drafting guys to replace stars and the chances of all these picks hitting again actually becoming what the guys before them were are very low. Yeah that is that is very true. Said they they haven't traded in Goch Way There now reports and maybe they will try and hold onto in Gakugei Look at at this point. I think the the the well has been poisoned. I think Gaga is not playing with the Jaguars ever again so i. I don't know I don't know how that plays itself out. I The guy wants out. Maybe just get him out. He's not coming he. He's not under contract with you. Anyway you franchise tag them. He played out his rookie deal. So maybe just Just just go just get you can get and go. I'm surprised that they could have gotten. I would think they would have gotten good value for them this year. Because of the paucity of big time edge rushing talents in this draft and the number of teams at could've used a guy like that so I'm a little surprised I know if I had a first round pick unless it was in the top ten. I would give it up for an awkward. I would do that without a whole lot of consideration. Tha- that guy is a true dynamic explosive edge bender. Yeah I mean the problem is teams are looking at you. Know you gotta give them some in the neighborhood of twenty million annually so if you got to pay him and you gotTa Pay Draft Capital Forum that you know you don't WanNa Know WanNa do both is the problem. And that's yeah that's that's I totally understand. That depends on your situation than Indianapolis obviously did both with the trade for force buckner but they had an abnormal amount of cap space available. So the money's relative. The money's relative to your cap space which really is best illustrated by the Jacksonville Jaguars who had no cap space. If you weeks ago yeah they on day two they got viscous the Colorado Receiver Rav but certainly a home run threat You know probably more gadget guy this point in his career. But you're not going to complain about more weapons for Garner Minzhu here in in his second season And in Devon Hamilton the Big Sort of You know less less disruptive more sort of Run defending defensive tackle from Ohio State. That will play over the center so in these four. Three one gap schemes. Which Jacksonville is very much that you still have. What amounts to a nose? Tackle a guy. You still need one big bodied guy. He's not going to sit there and just clog up all day long. But that's unique that kind of presence and that kind of guy that's what they're trying to get in Hamilton and they don't need him to play right away necessarily they have some other options there but the other options are Rodney Gunter Abra Jones in the last year of his deal. They're not as pure of knows textile players as what it appears. Hamilton might be and Let's go onto the Tennessee. Titans Isaiah Wilson in the first round. He obviously he steps in for Jack. Conklin you would presume as a rookie Little bit raw a very big man. We'll see how well he moves on some of these These wide zone runs Second Round Christian Fulton the Lsu cornerback who A lot of people only watch the national championship game and Fulton did not play very well. Net game but with whether this is good or bad. I mean he was picked on all season because at Lsu the the the best The best cornerback. They have there is a true freshman. Daryl Stanley who is not not obviously eligible for this draft but basically playing opposite Stanley. He just got thrown at constantly last year So Bolton steps in I guess that signals at Logan Ryan will not be back in Tennessee and And Yeah that's for sure. You're you're too early contributors here in this glass well. I have not studied the championship. Game Film Myself. People who I respect said on film Fulton's championship was not as bad as it appeared on. Tv In when you play as much man coverage as lsu played at times that's GonNa Happen to cornerbacks very few teams that play man coverage have any corners that are just brick walls for a receiver to deal with. Yeah and those Clinton also has t higgins thirty third and Justin Ross. Assuming comes out next year I mean. That's a top ten candidate right there. They have star receivers. Sure I mean those are the kind of guys that he's GonNa anyone's going to have to cover in the NFL. But that's a that's a fair point as well. The other thing is Fulton in Tennessee. They're gonNA play a lot of his own coverage and it's about disguising the coverage and getting to it in different ways but they don't ask their to line up in guard a guy for three seconds on an island in space very often so it's yet to be smart enough to play and it's it's hard to play inside than outside in that system that's true of any system but if Fulton has enough football awareness and I would love to know what kind of conversations I've had with him leading up to the draft. I would imagine they feel comfortable with where he is there if he has that and then he's going to have an opportunity and I guess. I wonder if this means Jackson then becomes the slot guy. 'cause Fulton you do. We agree is probably more pure outside type of corner. It sounds like I would think so. Yeah Yeah Malcolm. Butler has the body type to play the slot. It really hasn't done that a whole lot in his career. I'd be interesting to see. Who Replaces Logan Ryan? I still think that's an enormous loss for the titans. In part because a slot defender is still part of the run front. A lot of the time and Logan Rain was a very good run defender. None of these other guys. I don't know about Fulton's tackling. Maybe he's okay there but even then he's not going to be in the slot anyway. Most Likely Jackson Malcolm Butler. They're willing run defenders but they don't have the bodies to really fill gaps and take on blocks away. That Logan Ryan did Day to they took Barrington Evans. The running back from Appalachian State who presumably steps into the Dan. Lewis role here in this offense though Obviously they derrick Henry harder than ever last season and If you like quarterback seventh round they took Cole McDonald Out of Hawaii. Who IS he was he was fun. He had a lot of highlights. He had a lot of lowlights is so Any L. If he's forced into action maybe having a little bit more of a defined offense to play out of with the play action stuff Maybe that unleashes something a little bit better here everyone. I'm John. Wertheim senior writer at sports illustrated in our new podcast record. We're opening up more than sixty years of the SL ball. In examining our most consequential work about the moments that defined the most legendary athletes in sports from Michael Jordan to Serena Williams. The record will tell never. Before heard stories behind the stories that turned athletes into icon. Subscribe now to the record on Apple. Podcasts spotify Stitcher. Or wherever you get your podcasts with that we move onto the AFC north and alphabetically. Your winners are the Baltimore Ravens. Who also happen to be a team that had a yet another very good draft year. We talk about Patrick. Queen stepping in for them on the on the Friday show round to the take J. Dobbins is actually not realize and I just had no sense of time but I was like what is marking or twenty seven twenty. Eight and marketing arms can be thirty one soon. He'll be thirty one in December so obviously he had the calf injury last year The guys behind him Justice Hill is is. I think very has a very specific set of skills. Same with Gus Edwards and those guys might be nice compliments but Dobbins seems like a little bit more of a Sort of complete back in that offense and what they want in Baltimore is a guy who will stay on track like the track of the run Howard design. They want the guy to play within that design. So that's one reason. I almost guarantee you gary. If they had to choose between Mark Ingram and Levian bell which they basically did at the time they signed Ingram even if you take the money factor out of it. I bet you they would've taken ingram. That's how committed they are to wanting a back going to play on schedule and within the designs they don't want a guy it's GonNa dance around and try to do his own thinking even if the guy's great at it like Levy on Belkin be and the reason they want those on schedule. Bax is because with Lamar Jackson and all the moving pieces. They have what they're tight ends and how they scheme their running game offense coordinator. Greg Roman believes that his designs will win if they are executed properly and so far. He's been right about that. So Dobbins I'm sure feel is similar to Ingram in that sense because they would not go after him unless they were sure that he will fit exactly how they wanNA play with them. Are Jackson out there and They took Queen and round one. They take Maliki Harrison at pick ninety eight on day two and Harrison is sort of the the the opposite of Queen I mean. He's he's an early down thumper he's probably got you're going to have to take off the field on on third downs which is fine because they only play one linebacker on third down anyway they put in a bunch of safeties and extra corners and Patrick Queen is going to be the guy who's in eventually if not right away in week one. In those scenarios there are other day two guys just in Mattie Bouquet. The defensive tackle sort of an up field guy and we kind of wonder if they'd address receiver in the draft. I guess this might have been sort of a vote of confidence for miles. Boykin at this point They do take Devon to. He's a burner but he's really a slot guy at a Texas so I guess Boykin is who they are hoping will emerge as the Guy Opposite Hollywood Brown and then do. Vernay is is another piece in this. Yeah we'll see how that goes. I'm still getting a feel for miles. Boykin I brown Markey's Brown. We know what he is. He's what he was coming. I was going to be a vertical threat. He might have to catches for ten yards in one game and then they'll have four for one hundred eighty the next week. I mean that's the kind of receiver he'll be. So it's it's I don't think it's a totally defined receiving core quite yet gary but Boykin is still a work in progress and maybe they feel better about where he is behind the scenes and then they do end up taking a couple of interior linemen with Marshall Janda retiring Tyree Phillips Pinot six and Ben Br Edison at pick one forty three and I guess those guys have some sort of bake off to see who gets to replace the Future Hall of Famer and they might have just have a full free-for-all competition at the guard. Spock REMEMBER LAST YEAR Bradley. Bozeman their sixth rounder. In two thousand eighteen he competed with Ben. Powers was their fourth rounder. Last year for the starting left. Guard job and I think a lot of people myself included just as soon as it's going to be Ben Powers and I think the Ravens probably thought that going in and obviously Bozeman won the job and he had a solid rookie or solid debut season as a starter. They might as well. Just put it all on the mix and tell everybody. Hey everybody's jobs are up for grabs. We have to guard spots open for manner playing have attic guys all right. Let's go. Cincinnati bengals. Joe Berle obviously the first overall pick This is what's surprising about this draft is. They did not add an offensive lineman until round six so you would assume a the Kansas prospect a Hekim. Adedeji probably does not have a big role going forward. Here they get Joan Williams who presumably slides into left tackle their two thousand nineteen first rounder. Who missed all last season with an injury but I would have thought they would have addressed the offensive line a little more aggressively in this raft. Here's what I think they're thinking is if we stabilize the left tackle spot which we did down the stretch last year in Cordy Glenn finally decided he wanted to play for us. They gets on the field. We look a lot better so okay now. We have John William Stabilizing left tackle. We'd like Michael Jordan at left guard Fourth Round. Pick a year ago. We think he'll be better next year. Trae Hopkins is not at all dazzling at center but you can play with him. He's shown that in his career and then a savior sue feel. They must be a little higher on him than other people would be Gary. Because he'll be they're starting right guard unless billy price can win the job use a first round pick two three years ago now and they like Bob Newhart there in Cincinnati which I know will probably blow the minds of Bengals Fans. Because Bobby hearts become one of those guys that you just insert criticism and that's how you analyse bobby heart but his deal when he loses its ugly. He'll lose ugly a few times but snap the snap. He's not a horrible player and they feel bum line. Is they feel comfortable with him in there. So they're GONNA say they're higher on the offensive line than outsiders would be their actions have proven that and we'll see how it goes for them. And so the first thing. The second round they took t higgins the CLEMSON RECEIVER. Big Catch radius guy sort of contested. Catch Guy As opposed to a big time athlete on the outside I mean does does do you look at him and see a Zac Taylor. Style receiver here. possibly a Zac Taylor style. Receiver is one. Who will he does have to work between the numbers? Because that's where a lot of that passing game occurs he asked to be able to run intermediate crossing routes. That's where the play action game occurs and there's a timeliness and a rhythm in precision in detail with all of this because receivers kind of like what we saw with Baltimore's running game that's the way Cincinnati's past game design as most. Nfl Pass Games are but especially Cincinnati's where you need to be right here right on schedule. So that's I assume that's what they believe Higgins can be. I imagine they also aren't sure. Aj Green going to continue to be a factor nine Aj. Greens missed three fourths of the game's over the last two years. He's on the wrong. Side of thirty now higgins. Stylistically could be a replacement for green. If they need that and they they got some linebackers. They sort of show what they thought of that. Linebacking core Logan Wilson the Wyoming linebacker really productive guy probably guy who stays in their place in zone coverage on on passing downs and Akim Davis gaither the Appalachian State linebacker of really athletic wounded. And probably like we talked about with with some of these linebackers in this class. I don't know if you quite trust him in coverage or I don't know if he's a guy who just put out there and he's going to be parter your pass rush easy to do some blitzing if he's on the field on a in a passing tuition well. This is another team that has shown a willingness to play dime. They don't play it with the same volume as Baltimore. But they put a six defensive back on the field so if they don't feel great about their coverage linebackers and I think they'll give it a chance to I think Germane. Pratt was known for his coverage coming out last year third round pick. Logan Wilson has been compared to us by some to to Patrick Queen. Stylistically a finesse player. You figure they think he can play a nickel but if they don't if one of those guys isn't good enough and they wanna take them off the field they have. They'll go to their extra safeties to do that. And they did sign Vaughn Bell from New Orleans. Now I think von Bell Will. I think he ought to be considered for the starting strong safety. Job Ahead of Sean Williams but the point is with with those two Jessie Bates. There are three safeties who have played a lot of snaps in the NFL in recent years. Let's go onto the browns. Obviously they. They got their left tackle in Jeddah Rick Wills. In the first round they end up taking grant delpit who he was a polarizing guy. Miss a Lotta tackles In in his junior year Tape looked a lot better in this offer year. Was it a result of injuries? June Aguirre play play with a banged up ankle for a for a large portion. The season but Neo Delpy can do a lot of things once you get back there and obviously they brought in a lot of new faces at safety this year. They did and I really liked their safety coach. Who's passing game coordinator? Geoff Howard. He worked with With Anthony Harrison Minnesota and Harris started out as a backup and then got a little better every year and he became a franchise player for the Vikings in is worth a ton of money now and Harrison. Smith's the other safety so this coaching staff has coached. Good safeties before del Pittsburgh in a great opportunity. Great position to do that. Now the tackling. We'll have to get cleaned up especially in this scheme. Because the way they play the safeties will probably be a little bit lower than most schemes very aggressive approach with the safeties and they'll have outside run contain responsibilities or run run fit responsibilities where they're going to have to be the guy's a main point of tax defenders against certain run place and the end up They they take Jordan Elliott. Sorta you know intriguing. Sort of I wouldn't quite call him a developmental guy. I think you're comfortable with what he can do. as far as a two gaping. I you know you could argue it. He has some upside has sort of become more disruptive guy but obviously he's in rotation with with Sheldon Richardson. And Larry Jobe. At this point They took Harrison Bryant The tight end from Florida Atlantic really productive as a receiver Decent as a blocker. But I I think he's looking at it as more of supersize receiver than anything. But I mean look this. It looks like they're just GonNa play too tight ends and and to backs and you're not going to see a whole lot of three receivers here. They they brought in Harrison Brian. Obviously they signed awesome hooper. They still have David who they brought. In Andy Janet at fullback. And you look at this. This receiving core. It's Beckham Landry. And then I mean. You're you're talking about Taiwan Taylor as as probably your guy. Yeah well. Stefanski had IRV SMITH LAST YEAR IN MINNESOTA and I would imagine that's precisely the role that they see Harrison Bryant playing that move flexible receiving tight end and when they move and flex him around. They're not going to split him out. Wide like a lot of teams will do tight and he's going to be coming out of the backfield from an offset position. He'll be a hybrid. Fullback type fullback tight end hybrid type of guy in a lot of their designs. And let's let's go to the Pittsburgh steelers no first round pick at forty nine. They Take Chase Klay Pool the receiver from Notre Dame tested really. Well really big guy but You know despite the the testing numbers he to me I mean. Look he's a contested. Catch guy that's what he always was. He's not a guy who creates a ton of separation here and I know you a little bit raw i. I guess I was a little bit taken by surprise by this pick just because I think he might be a year or two away and obviously if you're the steelers and you're looking at what you have defensively and you have Ben Rothlisberger coming back You know you think you want someone who could get on the field immediately because the guys they've drafted in this position in recent years James Washington and Deontay Johnson. They haven't really secured steady role in the NFL. Not to where you feel. Hey I feel really good about our number two receiver now. Maybe deontay Johnson can get there. He did some nice things as a rookie. But Pittsburgh's been trying and trying and trying to find the second round receivers third-round receivers actually found one a few years ago. Juju SMITH SCHUSTER. So it's the baton. Okay percentage wise. Here's the bottom line thing you need to know about Pittsburgh's passing game. It puts a lot of stress on wide receivers. It asks them to win one on one a lot of the time. And that's the end of the story so if you feel that you can win one on one there. Clay pulls one of those guys at doesn't separate but he can win the fifty fifty balls. Rothlisburger is someone who's willing to throw though so there's a reason for optimism but when you play the way they do in Pittsburgh year receivers have to perform and right now. They really have only one guy who has shown he can perform. That's Juju Smith Schuster and you got Pick one or two. They took Alex. Highsmith edged guy out of Charlotte Obviously they have. Tj Watt. They're they they tagged Bud DuPrey. So he's in a rotation I guess he he steps in for what That was the old Anthony Tikolo type of a tip spot there but Young if HIGHSMITH SORTA show some promises. Here maybe it gives you that flexibility to move on from duprey after the season. If you want to from the steelers have done this for a lot of years. They used to always take these outside. Linebacker hybrid rusher types and they would develop them from the bench for a year or two and then they'd come in and they just had a steady rotation of talent at that spot so this could also be a subtle sign that duprey even though they franchise tag on this year. Maybe he's not as secure in the long term plans as someone might guess and let's Let's go onto the AFC east. We are starting with America's Team. Buffalo bills do not have a first round pick. I'm no this was this was interesting. Epa Esa you know. Obviously a lot of draft pundits thought he was a first round guy on his production that Iowa really not a big time. Athlete doesn't Doesn't bring that kind of juice off. The edge might even be a guy who reduces inside on passing downs. But and you mentioned this in in in your draft rates Right up Andy Is Basically Shack Lawson with the kind of technique and technician work that you wished Shack Lawson had developed? That's what he needs to become because if he's not then he'll be what Jack Lawson is which is a guy who was allowed to walk out the door after his rookie deal and wound up signing with division rival and I don't know if Buffalo's overly concerned about that I don't think Lawson develop the way you would hope a first round pick would develop so if you're not explosive you have to be technician. And I'd love to know what Sean McDermott exactly sees thinks. When he evaluates defensive linemen because McDermott's a tremendous coach is no refuting that at all and they have a clear idea of what they want because other Trent Murphy's a very similar player in that he's not very explosive either and but he's a technician. He's got some girth. I don't think you're GONNA YOU'RE NOT GONNA move office spot very easily so shock loss in Trent Murphy. Aj these are all big investments. The team has made. They don't look for just pure dynamic one gap penetrating edge. Benders at defensive end they do have a few of those Mario. Addison can be that Kinda Guy Jerry Hughes those guys a little bit older but both teams will say. That's gotta be that if you're not that we're not taking on the first or second round. Obviously Buffalo's not one of those teams. They don't they. Don't see it that way later day to they get Zack. Moss the Utah running back. Obviously they needed a second back behind Devon Single Terry there Frank Gore's is probably not come back to buffalo at this point And on three. Gabriel Davis another field stretching receiver and they stopped the fall of Jake frahm. I was a look coming in this draft. I was kind of wondering I was in Rome and I just kept on thinking Matt Barkley. Like he's just you know he's going to be that guy who was collegiate star and a lot of people are going to say like well you know. Look at look at what he did in college. Must be a first round. Pick a second round pick Etcetera and he ends up falling even further than Barkley fell on On draft Barkley's fourth-rounder frahm is now a fifth rounder But there were so many position coaches around the league who loved Jake. From and You know I mean look. He's a guy who wasn't supposed to beat out Jacob at Georgia and beat him out and then he really wasn't supposed to beat out. Justin fields at Georgia and he. He beat out fields of course from did not play well or as well his junior year and just the physical traits are not there which I mean look he he certainly matches Matt. Barkley stylistically He he does not. I will make this both call. He will never match. What Josh Allen is stylistically so Something of a I mean. The panthers also always used to have a Derek Anderson backing up Cam Newton. So I guess they'd never put a whole lot of emphasis into this You know you want your backup sort of match. What your starter can do. No and do you know who Josh Allens? Backup now Barkley Barkley. Oh sorry. You're making the point. You were just a coincidence that you made the point like that. I assumed everyone knows the quarterback depth chart of again. America's team I think Barker is a pretty good backup by the way I would feel fine if I to me. He's exactly what you want an NFL backup or at least he's in the more. I don't know if it's exactly what you want is not overly experienced in but I find it. That's my number two. Qb Fairfield Jake from can be that. The fifth round is a really good place to get a backup quarterback that's good value that is no absolutely And look everyone says frahm guy's GonNa stick around the League is a backup at the very at the very least so The now you get you get a cheap backup. Sometimes you gotta pay for backups but you'll be paying jake from a whole lot Let's go to Miami. We talk about their their three first round picks obviously to is headliner of their Of THEIR DRAFT. Class here Day to they take Robert Hunt. I I like Robert Hunt. I do worry about the fact that you know he was kind of a guy who A bit of a man among boys type of thing in the Sun Belt Conference where you know. He's just a much larger stronger man. Sorta RAG DOLL WING OPPONENTS. And and now he's got a just a man's ranked in the NFL but also kind of interesting. A lot of people pegged him as a guard. I think he can stay at tackle. I would assume the dolphins keep him at right tackle considering their depth chart because they drafted last year in the third round they. They took a guard and Michael Leader. And then they just signed Eric Flowers. Obviously they feel. He's a guard for a long time for them so the plan will be for hunt to play tackle initially and it would be right tackle because they drafted Austin Jackson. Would you ever in a million years? Consider Moving Eric Flowers. Back to right tackle. No I would not. That is the correct answer. I was just testing you. They take Raikov Davis who I? It's I mean look. It seems like he has been the subject of draft chatter for like eight years year. He played a senior year Alabama. You know he is that Patriots style. Linemen he's not going to do a ton in the pass rush but They are going to quickly moving in and try and generate. Because they just don't have a whole lot of guys with a with a ton of juice on this On this front here and then Brain Jones on the back end sort of another hetty safety for this for this team here so how. They view their defensive front is. They're very mechanical about it. We want to square up the blocker. And then we're going to run stunts and twists off of that. We're going to be a highly scheme. Pass rush so they don't necessarily need the same kind of dynamos. That other teams would need. But you can't take it too far last your Miami had had. I've never seen a less talented dime. Pass rush to be quite Frank Gehry so some of these guys. That may not look like much. As as physical specimens rushing the passer like a curtis weaver even their fifth round. Pick those guys. I think they could have probably been on the field for Miami and dime third down the long situations last year. So we'll see it's they don't they don't need greatness but you can't have you can't be awful either. Yeah and and certainly. The dolphins have addressed their defensive backfield. Here I mean it has a chance to be really good. You Got Xavien. Howard and now Byron Jones and and Noah iggy in the in the back coward still I Howard. I'm still I'm still working on it. I'm so sorry it's it's been a banana dean. Been arguing right ID monogamy him at the end. Listen and people are being disrespectful. If this guy can play we'll his name will. Everybody will pronounce his name just fine by October first. So if he's any good it'll solve itself we're we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA struggle through a little while I still feel. I am being disrespectful so I I apologize to know. But let's Let's move on to the New England patriots who Of course traded out of round one. And look they just. They just collected players. I mean if you're looking for the Patriots to address needs that did not happen Belgique mentioned in his sort of strap. Presser that It was not by design that they did not take a quarterback but they you know it's just how it ended up playing out but Kyle Duggar who sort of a You know do you call them and undersize linebacker or a big safety Either way just just a division to prospect out of North Rhine North Carolina. Just a really impressive physical specimen and obviously you look forward to what they can develop him into in New England and then they go to another Michigan. Edge Guy Josh UK who they took chase win last year. I think I think is a good athlete. Is like a is like a pure speed guy. I mean he is all about speed And then they take Anthony Jennings another sort of versatile You Know Alabama guy obviously comes from that even a program so Your guy who can do a lot of things well on that front seven. And I'll just say this as someone who's I guess. I mid thirties hurt but as a mid thirties year-old who grew up loving the nineteen nineties. Nba. It was a real treat. I don't I don't think the spellings quite the same but the pronunciation is it's a real treat to see another athlete named. Anfernee come along. Yeah I was GonNa say we had all the shacks come along and the chef did and Anfernee just never got his respect. Maybe he was a coach. Now maybe that will inspire people no-one's naming their kid penny either at may never caught on anywhere You know we are. We are actually like I don't know what four or five years from the Lebron's coming up. You think you think people will do that. Two thousand what was two thousand and three draft. Yeah but I do think like. That's so that name like Michael Jordan. Let's say you want to name your last name Jordan. We're going to name a Michael Jordan. That's I guess we could have talked about this on the bengals left guard. Michael is a name lots to come in name so the name Michael in and of itself does not bring pressure. So if your teacher calls on you hey Michael you know your hands up Michael. It's not a deal if your name is Lebron. That's what he's known as I mean that's like naming your kid. Jesus it's a one name tells a story kind of deal so I don't know if I would do that. It's you know what I'm saying I wouldn't do it but Shaquille was the same way I mean there were there. Were not many heels and then there were a lot of Shaquille 's the twenty years later. Yeah I will say. I just googled it and according to this site playback dot FM The most famous people in the world name Lebron Number One Lebron James. That's a factoid for you andy a. Guy. I met the other day here. A town as an insurance agent or science someone I was calling for just dated a business personal business stuff. His name was Karl Malone spelled with the K so the first thing I asked him was how how. How many times would you get asked in a given week about that twenty years ago and how many times to get asked today and he said he still gets asked today but twenty years ago? It was a lot because just by coincidence. He happened to live in Salt Lake City. Oh yeah that's what I said because all you do is just everybody who meets you becomes disappointed. You've let them down instantly because if you make a dinner reservation for Carl alone and you show up you know. That's pretty depressed. Maitre d' right there and that's that's your life. That's what's hard to deal with. You know that's a that's a good transition not the difficult life but the the basketball analogy here because Patriots tight ends last year. We're primarily screen. Setters out there and now they have sort of addressed. It took two third round tight. Ends here Devin ASSISI WHO I would assume would have in early impact here as you know in athletic guy who sort of stretch this the the same here and Dalton keen out of the Virginia Tech L. Be Interested to see if these go back to maybe putting two of these guys on the field at some point. I guess you gotTa Find Out. I if just one of them can play but they don't have a lot of depth that wide receiver either. Muhammed Sanussi pry their number three receiver. News functional I guess but still a work in progress if you took the logo and the colors and all that off of this team. You'd probably rate this team as the thirtieth or thirty first most talented offense in the NFL. Now Yeah it's It's going to be something this year. New England and we should mention You know they. They moved on from Moscow Ski So the Viteri to Gus. Kaos key to now just in roar Wasser the Marshall Kicker in there who Again another unusually spelled name and I I really don't know anything about him except I guess he did not know that you can have tattoos removed if if you've gotten him in the past and you can google that we're probably not going to dive too deep into it most because I don't know the background that much just sort of a skim some stuff on it. New York jets. This is at sixteen of Sixteen here in the AFC and look jets game in his draft. They needed help offensively. They needed help on the offensive line. They needed help receiver. They take MCI Beckton. In the first round the massive Louisville tackle who presumably becomes their starting left tackle and then a round too polarizing guy. Denzel mims I think everyone's always a little bit nervous about the receivers coming out of Baylor Mims is young. He's HE'S FAST. And he's a huge catch radius guy and you just figure you can figure out something with them. They needed any kind of receiver. They can get there probably still could use one or two others because it's after its mems Bershad Param in Jamison crowder to me is such a pure slot guy that that's almost can't count him as he wide receiver but is fills a hole. At least at least they have someone they can look at putting on the field right now they end up addressing the defensive backfield here they take Ashton Davis who Limit Raw but big time athlete at a cow. You know maybe maybe a center fielder type and I do want to lump in and again. I don't want to put a fifth rounder in the hall of fame here but the bryce halls and other guy who might have slipped out of day too. Because you know. They couldn't get the physicals done with him Bryce holes is. He's a big corner. He's not a fast corner and I do wonder if they ultimately see him as a safety. I guess we'll find out as this next couple of years progress here but To kind of versatile guys. I mean Davis the safety is it might be might be more suited to man coverage than Bryce Hall. The cornerback is well. I don't think they'll look at their corners the same way they play so much cover to. I don't feel they need super athletic corner. So if Bryce Hall doesn't move particularly well that's fine because they want that physicality because in cover to you. Jam The receiver coming off. If you don't do that the coverage cannot work it's too soft of coverage so they want guys that can jam and then they don't have to run because they have a safety over the top them so I imagine that's how they feel about Bryce Hall. It's why they didn't feel too concerned about peer to sears. Struggles for the colts last year because the seer struggled in man to man coverage. But he's got that long arm big kind of deceptively thick frame guy so they have a couple of corners at least fit. How THEY WANNA play? Davis is the interesting one. I don't know what's going on with Jamal Adams. Let's assume Adams will not be traded for the purposes of a safety discussion? Because if you do trading not gonna find a safety as good a him so let's assume they're keeping him here. Marcus Maze Contractors a second round. Pick in two thousand seventeen. Maybe they feel as not a guy that can re-sign some of those guys that are not quite good enough to franchise tag but are certainly good enough to pay big money to. They're the hardest ones to keep in free agency the guys just on the on the fringe of being good enough to franchise tag so maybe think. Markets May is going to get away from them. And that's why Davis is here. Yeah Yeah they have. They also plays extra safeties. At times to Greg Williams will be creative like that but I don't know if that's plan a because they've invested in at the linebacker position a little bit in recent years they have a they have some options here in the defensive backfield now very thin last year at a at cornerback and They they were linked to Logan Ryan. A little bit still kind of appalling. That Logan Ryan is out there. I I don't know what his contract asks are but Logan Ryan really good player. Who could help a lot of teams right now and and and that'd be a perfect fit stylistically They take Jabari Zuniga a versatile Edge guy you'd probably call him a defensive end maybe moves inside on passing. Downs here Out of Florida and they also take They take a quarterback they take James Morgan at a Florida International Bowling Green transfer at one. Twenty Five I. Would you know good athlete? Good arm talent Obviously some work to do with a guy like that which is fine because he's here to be a backup so they'll work with him for a couple of years unless of course you get mono a second time or is that one of those things like the measles. I wouldn't trust it one way or another because I think the jets have to put Luke Falk on the field again I think they won't take that chance. I will say one thing and Defensive Luke. Falk that his worst play last year against Philadelphia that pick six to Nathan Gary Linebacker. That that I have learned was not Luke Fox fault just so this so it wasn't you know wasn't it but I hear what you're saying. Okay wasn't as bad as it looked necessarily fair fair all right we are going to be back with the NFC tomorrow. We'LL HAVE A. We'll have sixteen game small being Tuesday. Maybe you're not listening to us on Monday so it is Monday this was the AFC Tuesday is the NFC. That's how the days of the week work. But that's GonNa be rap for now. 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Violent Rioting Has Nothing to Do with George Floyd | 5/29/20

The Glenn Beck Program

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Violent Rioting Has Nothing to Do with George Floyd | 5/29/20

"Welcome to the program. We have a minute or two here before the radio program starts another freaking crazy day. You know someone. Someone should try implementing a normal day. One of these days I'm just thinking. It's a good idea. Is it possible is just this the normal now I don't even know the row more. Protests last night in Minneapolis, which seems to lead to a lot of of buildings and destruction of property to the to the point where they actually took over a police station. How's this possible? The police evacuated their police station and they destroyed it. They broke into the evidence room. They were removing piece of evidence from investigations out of this place. I mean it's remarkable. What's going on there and then this morning? If you haven't heard, it's going to be the big story from the media. A CNN journalist was arrested live on the air. Because really and seemingly nothing is the only way I could describe. It doesn't seem to do anything. So, we'll get into that today as well a lot of other stuff There's tons of news as usual. It never stops. Show starts here in about five seconds is pat and STU in for Glenn. What you're about to hear. Is The fusion of entertainment and enlightenment and this. The Glenn Beck. program. All, right welcome to it and triple eight seven twenty seven back is the program its patents do in for Glenn. who was on vacation returns Monday. Another crazy night in Minneapolis where protesting quote, unquote protesting. And that's what it was. Pat Protesting. Right when you protest things auto times you protest it via lighting it on fire, just one way to do it. It's an expression or stealing TV's stealing. TV's another great way to protest. As we all know. The real cure for racial strife is the new Samsung Four K.. Sixty, three inch, that is what really cures it I think there was an eighty incher that was Take it out. From the target to do it I mean it's despicable. It's absolutely despicable. It needs to and why why don't they put a stop to it I don't understand how they just let the items roll out of the store and then just watch it. Go wave goodbye to everybody. It is, it's inexplicable in their hours and hours and hours of looting with no-one no-one no-one shows up. Nobody gets arrested. It's bizarre. It is bizarre beyond bizarre last night. Pat In that the actual police station. was evacuated by the police. The police drove away so that they could light the police station on fire, and destroy it and break into the evidence room and remove evidence. which I guess anyone now if you happen to be a criminal, this is a very good development for you because now. The evidence to convict you anymore. I. How on Earth is this thing I can't. I never seen anything. It's we. We have seen the looting allowed before, but police just up and leaving I a upped, and then they left they often, they left. Yeah, they opt in then they left, and and then allowing the station to burn to the ground is a very bizarre development i. think in the scope of civilization. It's a strange new twist I noticed that as well I've never seen anything like it never. Should, say looters will be shot on sight even if they don't mean it and they say let's have some sort of. Of! Restraint here on the part of the looters. That might think okay well. Something might happen to me if I loot. They know nothing's going to happen to them now and in this has nothing to do with George Floyd. By the way, no says absolutely nothing to do with the murder of George Floyd and even his mom has come out and said that please don't destroy. Our community would hate. This is what is family said he would hate this. Don't be doing this in his name. You're doing this for you. It's got nothing to do though you do you. If that's burning down a police station, so be it you, do you I believe? It was the great philosopher Madonna who said express yourself and and look if you're going to express yourself by burning down a few dozen buildings. So who are we to say that that's wrong? Thank you, you know I don't under. I'm glad there's people out there defending it. There's a couple of videos. Do we have the CNN arrest video from this morning? yet? We're still working on it. That's coming soon because the arrested some CNN employees yes CNN. Journalists on the air and I have to say you know I I. Love You know CNN is a routine. Point of contention here on this program and every other place on the right where they annoy US consistently. This reporter seemingly did absolutely nothing wrong. He was calm. He was telling the police. He would go wherever they wanted him to go, and they arrested him anyway and I. Just forget even the right in the wrong of it. Just the optics of it. There is a guy on national television who by the way is a black reporter? Who you're arresting while he's doing nothing and it's obvious to everyone that he's doing nothing because he's doing it on camera. Here's another idea. Really terrible horrible bad thing to do to put your knee on someone's neck for ten minutes and kill them horrible horrible Some additional level of insanity must apply if you're doing it while ten people are filming you. What what are you? Of course? The city's burn to the ground. What do you expect to happen now? That does not excuse it, but certainly like. What on Earth would you think would happen to? You think you're going to get away with that I don't know well. They're not going to get away with it, too. That's the other thing that's going on here is they have been fired. The investigation is happening. I fully expect them to be charged, not just the guy with the knee on his neck, but the other three is well. They're gonNA. Be charged with something accessory or Negligence. But. They're all going to be charged. So why? Why the madness here you could understand. They haven't charged and every day. Every day matters particularly. If you're a business owner in this particular area, yeah, you really like them to act to charge you. Charged me that at least calms it down somewhat. Yeah, now there was one of a spokesperson who said we have a lot of evidence. Go through. And there is some evidence that would not indicate a criminal charge. Now, he's very vase on it. I guess. They see the whole thing. It actually didn't happen both them refine. That was the only the only thing I can come up with. That would not make it a criminal charge. You know, look well of course in our system of justice. We need to hear both sides of the story I. Just can't I can't. I don't think the best fiction writers could come up with a reason as to why this okay is. The video evidence is pretty strong. They're pretty strong at the very least. Mentioned initially negligent homicide as a seems like a very best you know. It's very think that he planned it. No I don't think he got up in the morning and thought I'm going to kill black person today. That would be. Don't think that happened odd right. Be An odd thing. Let's take a quick break. We're GONNA. We because we also. We have a ton of stuff from last night. Including some black gun owners who are exercising their second amendment rights defending their business. In an inspirational sort of way, we'll come back in sixty seconds without. Glenn Beck Program. When you log into your computer, something weirdly good happens. Your password gets changed into asterix or DOTS. That's your computer doing a favor by helping to keep prying eyes out of your information, but today in our connected world with new cyber threats discovered every single day. Personal information that you have that you think is private may not be you need the best protection. CYBERCRIMINALS can hack your connection and see what you're sending and receiving over Wifi. 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Let's start here with the CNN thing because this just happened a few hours ago on the Air I think it was about. Four a M eastern this happened. Maybe it was a little later than that five or six something like that. And basically what you saw was a CNN reporter. In the middle of a situation where there's a bunch of cops there blocking an intersection off the CNN reporter is off to the side with a few other officers and he's trying. He's you know he's trying to do a report. There is not anything active going on. There's not a riot going on in the background. There's you're not seeing bottles thrown. It's they're all of standing there. They've seemingly controlled the situation. As that is happening there. This report is trying to do a report and here's what happens. To says. Part of the advanced police presence that we saw come over the course of a really minutes when local police showed up at the Fire Department or with the Fire Department I should say on that building showed you those burning. This is among the state patrol unit that was advancing up the street, saying and scattering protesters at that point for people to clear the area, and so we walked away. I'm sorry. Okay Under Why why am I under arrest? See He's not. Not Yelling back. He's not fighting. Because, they showed the officers. That's why. We. Would see that that's not what they said. Was the reason. Why there is a car, you can hear kind of skit out to the side. They're everyone kind of turns their head for a second. If, you're just tuning in. You that's bizarre. Watching our correspondent on as being arrested by State Police Mike Is. Campus still I are respondent is being arrested. Hang on one second ellison. Let's listen to what these officers are saying. I. Talk over. Not saying anything. To that. He's an American television reporter Omar, Jimenez, being led away. By police officers. Identified himself. As a reporter. He was respectfully explaining. To the state police that are CNN team was there and moving away and. I'll give CNN lots and lots of things. He's telling the truth here. That is a crash. There was no reason for that police custody. Sire on television. They keep arresting. Now. This is the producer and cameraman. Okay. They're arresting the whole crew. Now they put the camera on the ground and it's sitting on the ground. They don't realize it still on. And it just shows feet of the CNN reporter airing this live in their. Backpack unit. Fascinating. Again still. All the TV's you want. Oh yeah, that's but don't do a report near their. State police, we believe the camera is now on the ground, because our cameraman has been handcuffed now as it goes on, we can we can. We can bring this down as this goes on PAT wow. The cameras crazy police clearly don't even understand that they were. I. Don't know how they didn't get it. 'cause he's he's talking into a microphone and he's doing broadcast but the cameras just stays on on the ground the whole time. They come back to the an hour later and it's still on. Still on in broadcasting. Wow, so they got three CNN employees to. Jail. Jeff Zucker the guy runs. CNN got in touch pretty quickly with the governor of Minnesota who was like of sorry and a half an hour later they were released, so we'll find out why they were arrested in the first place. Their claim was that they asked him to move in. They didn't move, but you can hear on the audio. He's blatantly saying like. Yeah, let me know or any. Any to go just just point the direction I'm happy to go that way and they will. They don't say anything, and then they just arrest them, and they may have told them earlier to leave, and maybe they didn't listen the first time, and we're only getting the second half of that regardless, Bizet takes take a step back from whatever excuse comes up out of this. There may be one, but. Optics are important in a situation like this right. You are arresting a black reporter on here for me. Please don't apparently care about optics. In anyway because this whole thing has been loaded with bad optics for them, yes, from the very beginning this, and in both bad and incompetent behavior. Yes, you know. Is it possible CNN? These reporters were just arrested just because of bad reporting from CNN and this was an. Opportunity finally, we got the cops. We have seen an legislative. Possible it is. It is. When you log into your computer, something weirdly good happens. Your password gets changed into asterix or DOTS. 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That's Norton Dot com slash Beck Save fifty percent now Norton Dot Com. It's stupid Glenn on the Glenn Beck Program. He's on vacation this week. You know we're talking about the arrest of the CNN crew, which is just an unbelievable here they are. Allowing people to burn police stations to the ground. They do nothing except evacuate the building so that they can do that. Here. They are allowing people to completely destroy a target superstore. Take items out of it and. Steal all the electron you want. They do nothing. But he CNN crew is standing there doing a report, the arrest them during the report I don't. What is the matter with the Minneapolis police departments? There's something wrong there he may. He identifies the state police to stay so I have no idea. Look just bazaars. Guys have just been through a long night of fighting a ridiculous situation, and there's lots of excuses as to why you would not be a very. Full person at that moment, but that does not excuse. Bystanders and They've mostly been watching. What's been happening? They haven't really been. Cracking heads or anything right and it seems like there was a I guess you'd call it. A political decision made at some point at some higher level to just let this happen, right? They can't let the CNN report happened. Now. You can't go now. You've gone too far unbelievable. They burned down target You know all these places, and they let them go in there and take all this stuff out. This got nothing to do with the memory of this of this. This person who is murdered? Estimation. Like we've taken this situation where we all agreed on something finally and and literally let it lit it on fire within forty eight hours. Now? You've got people on television justifying the looting, because, of course they're upset. That's why they're taking these TV's. That is not. Nutley, not I'm social reaction. I'm sorry. It's honestly like there's definitely a tinge of racism in that analysis. It's like you know. It's like well. We have to accept it because this community is going to do that because they're upset. It's like they're not. They're not holding African American communities to the same standard as white communities or any other community, because they act as if they are not able to control those racist racist. Look at the mom of a of of George. Floyd, he he clearly you, she clearly was. Absolutely saying don't do this. Ninety percent. Ninety nine percent of that community is at home, terrified for their lives in the middle of this, you gotta a couple thousand people out there lighting everything on fire and idiot white people going on television trying to justify it. Yeah, it's unbelievable. It Really Cardi B. Tweet. Definitely did not. With one hundred percents certitude, huge follower fan of Cardi. Concerts, saying you know. Oliver CD's yeah. It's so good. And then she tweets this out. Which I think is brilliant. Here's what she said. The people are left with no choice. But to riot, but to loot. She, says. They looting in Minnesota and as much as I. Don't like this type of violence. It is what it is well. That's powerful. Powerful. Is really deep in a lot. Out of this justification manner in a lot of it, going on, and you can be, you can be a person who thinks what happened to George Floyd is absolutely unconscionable. None of us can understand how it happened. Right? That does not mean you go get a free xbox status. Those two things just don't go together. Take do not one does not cause the other. It is of course it isn't like it is what it is like. No. Can just no, of course, lots of people in the community didn't do that. They're not going to get any hype because they're the ones hiding in their homes. Right as they're watching the place they go buy formula for their child burned to the ground. What a win this one is. Hey you know. We've built the burnt down a brand new under construction of Housing Housing Project Yeah is this community of thirty million dollars had been spent on this thing. Get ready now down the tubes. It was good at. One, hundred ninety families. It's gone now. It's gone. Okay what sense did that make? was that a good move now? These are not sensible moves, and they're not done by people who give a crap about George Floyd. No none of the no one who is out there. Setting target on fire has any connection to the cause to the movement to anything other than selfish nonsense. That is not how you react, and it's not, it's not. It's certainly going to do nothing but hurt you know we don't know if we mentioned this on this show yesterday, but if I were to say right now, Hey, you know what I'm opening up. A actually just got a nice little condo in watts. Immediately. Every single person in their head would say oh. My Gosh, the riots, the riots place. Fifty five years ago and you still think of it as the riots place. It destroys your immunity for decades to come. What do you think of when you think of Ferguson? Writing writing now is Ferguson better than it was five years ago six years ago in the middle writes sure it is, it's probably, but does that the impression that the average American would get. I don't think so new. No, we all remember. When bad things happen in a place? Even if it's not writing, I mean what do you think of when you think of Waco, Texas now you might think of chip and Joanna longtime together up until them. You Thought of David David Koresh Situation Yep totally. And it wasn't even in Waco by the. Which is thorough craziest thing? It's like well watching those reports back because I was watching that series on Netflix recently Waco and if you haven't seen it, it's pretty good. Oh, yeah, and and they're like they're showing the news reports like fourteen miles outside of Waco fourteen mile. 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But I haven't asked them so there's a typical metoo era sort of problem. Yeah, really really not even asked. Another problem we've been having is rioting on behalf of a man who was murdered at the hands of police. None of it makes sense you can, but apparently this is a licensed now, and has been for a while to riot to loot and in the police. Stand by and do nothing about it. There are some people that are a little disgusted by it. is here's one guy talking about using your brains people. This is awesome. Listen to this. This is for. Everybody out there. That's trying to use their brains K.. Before it actually became a riot. The media was calling eight a riot. You find that there are hundreds of people that are being arrested that have been bussed into Minnesota. Lydia. There are police. Commissioner actually said it. We'll tell you don't care. You have four Hundred Years Slavery. Go ahead. Destroy everything going on around here, but let me tell you why he saying in. These. Are Devils. He's saying that because you're not riding on his block where his house is. That's why is because you're riding in your own neighborhood in destroying your own neighborhood, all of those targets I'm pretty sure tons of black folks from that neighborhood worked in that target, and now they're not going to have a job to go to. Either with pandemic already crippling economies in already hurting area. They already knew this is gonNA. Make it worse for you. They're letting you destroy your own homes, and you're doing it willingly. Enjoy source people that have. then. He starts in on George Soros. So why we cut it off before I don't know why, but. Guys Brilliant I mean. Pointing out the fact that a lot of these people aren't even from Minneapolis or Minnesota. They're being bussed in because they're activists. who were there to cause trouble? And then the mayor saying I. Yeah, you know it's Kinda understandable. Justified what they're doing. Yeah, if it was in his on his block at his house that was burning. He might feel differently about it. You think I think so. You know I. I love the. Were willing to step up in these moments because it's not easy, it's not easy to make these public statements There was a great There's been some great you utilization of the Second Amendment the way it was intended. In defense of you and your own property this this one black gun owner he is, they were did actually two of them. They were defending their business standing outside with rifles Muslim. Run over here and see what happened on fair with the owner. Blake's own run in his own. You see that black on. Mom and we're GONNA do that. T- out. You could see. RUTTA. They're all out there with their rifles like come. Get her stuff. You know one of the crazy things is. They are putting signs in the window that say my minority owned black owned business. As if that means, you're supposed to skip the business I guess. And these protesters are still burnin them down to. And they're damaging those those buildings as well. There's also a couple of. Now this is one of those situations I know nothing about these two guys outside of this video and I know that once we play the video. Someone's going to what they call milkshake duck them, which is a kind of an internet thing where you know. Look at that cute duck. It's drinking a milkshake. Oh Duck is racist like it's like you're gonNA find out something terrible about these guys right after, but I love their attitude, this is. These guys were just out walking around with. Guns and helping local businesses defend themselves. Listen to this clip. Whereas you see, the records of coffee and cotton are a lot less likely to. Thrive on people's rights within there's other armed Americans with. No over the phone their time that's. Always high. Heavily armed rednecks. With. Fellow citizens. I love that heavily are rednecks. They go onto x-ray, explain. How they feel about the riots, the protests themselves the actual underlying thing that this was based on not the not the polluting, but the actual protests. And and A little bit more about their their motivation, which is great as well listen. We? We better better kid up and go see these guys need holidays and turns out it'll be. Shattered windows trying to keep looters out of the business because cops can't get here. And, so you know I figure before they were cops, there were just American. So here we are party on the LA riots. gladder damage protecting their own. Go bottomline, just for Floyd and I hope is operating at some point. If there were more go stop from looting, but it's just. What we! Alluring Guti. Cost. Then, definite protest! I mean look at that. We agree with the cause for the protest, but not the looting and you mentioned the top Koreans from the L.. A. Protests where those guys were ve defending with guns from their roof. Their shops in the middle of those riots and their second amendment protected their business. You're seeing that again here in Minneapolis. You could say you know. I remember I think it was Sarah Silverman back in the day. When one of the gun issues was going on, and she, you know she's very impressed with their own intellect, and decided she had the greatest point of all time, which was hey, second amendment. Re Right wingers it. How about this? We'll just start giving black people guns. Okay, go ahead. In fact, some of them already have already have guns, but seconds sounds wonderful. Yet they had the second amendment. Is there to? It's not just ours. It's everybody's that's. It's actually a constitutionally guaranteed right. She's thinking that that's GonNa frightened the heck out. White people. She thinks so racist as she thinks. White people are racist and they would expect black people to start shooting randomly in the crowds. How can they handle it and it's like. How do you even have that impression? That says so much more about you and it doesn't about. US, doesn't it? I'm thrilled there was a program I would love to track down and see what the progress was with it, but it was. It was an organization. A pro, Second Amendment Organization. I think it was in Houston that decided they were going to literally just give free guns to people. Minority communities that felt that they needed them that we're all responsible means, but you know maybe they couldn't afford them. Guns are at the cheapest thing in the world, and they were giving them to to help protect their families, and and there was this like oh my gosh, you see. You're just. Giving guns away. The rights already there. You know whether if if the finances aren't there and they need protection. What a great way to do it! You know if the police can't get there if That takes time I love their attitude. Their look before there were police. It was regular. People just just stop in the stuff and here we are. We've got her guns were out. Here were defending business owners, and that's why we're here. We're just Americans defending Americans. Awesome. It's great. Yeah, so again. We're going to find out that they let a genocide in Mongolia through thirteen years ago. are something terrible as Soon, as you get a nice video on the Internet, you know, it has to be ruined by somebody absolutely looking for information on these guys right now. Absolutely, here's what they tweeted to. S. Shut up. Shut up all I. Know is for that couple of minutes like my favorite people. You know what else is driving me out of. My mind says more about the people making the accusation is the word thugs, all of a sudden, if fouls used, and of course, the president used it again on Twitter des- describing the people who are acting like thugs. Looting and rioting it sits win. Is that a description for only black people I? Don't never been a disaster for so that says a lot about you again. If you're saying that's what it means, yes, that doesn't mean that to me. Why do you assume you're right? That's what that means. Songs can be white. They can be any. They can be a rainbow of colors. Here's the here's the definition, a violent person, especially a criminal nothing to do with black people nothing to do with color nothing to do with color whatsoever and they've tried to. The media the left has tried to. Take a lot of words and make them only about black people like Chicago. Hartman yes, like I've lived in apartments and I am. White! Like the whitest people you'll ever meet in your entire life lived in apartments. I've been to Chicago I've never lived in Chicago but plenty of white people do. It is not these things. Like. They're trying to build this structure that. You say any word to describe a person and it's GonNa. Come down to well. What you mean is their skin color. Let's not what we mean. Is that what I don't think? That's what the president show much. They're thinking about that particular thing. Yeah, how much they care about whether a person is black or white or brown. They that's that's all they spend their time thinking about. Yeah, and look there is those undertones are obviously part of incidents like this and the reaction to an incident where a white cop. Kills a black person you are. We all know that that's going to be part of analysis afterward. It is important to try to to decipher whether it was actually present. In this case. We know there was bad police work. We know there was what I would call a murder at least although the charges have been officially. Your level yet, but we don't have any evidence yet that this police officer was doing for racial reasons I mean. We know that like we do have evidence that amy. Klobuchar didn't prosecute this officer. After previous conduct complaints, and and you can watch watch those VP dissolve in front of your eyes as this report comes out. She became a senator in top contender for Joe Biden as. A spent eight years as a county attorney in charge of prosecution for Minneapolis while in that position Klobuchar declined to prosecute multiple police officers cited for excessive force and did not prosecute the officer who knelt on Floyd's neck as he protested. This is not I don't I? Don't know how. She's not dynamic candidate anyway. She may have been a good choice because she's not incredibly offensive to. A moderate. Who might vote for Joe Biden? But After this I don't see how I don't see how she can get it. You know this is the biggest story in America and it's going to be tough for her to overcome something like this I. Don't think they're gonNA want to put her I think it hurts. Comma Harris to. She had nothing to do with this particular case, but prosecutors are not going to be favored in the Democratic Party for a while, they seem to not like law and order and when. A lot of the things that comma. Harris did wild as a prosecutor and same cloture are defensible. You may not have been the right thing to do. But when is right and wrong? Have anything to do with this argument anymore. It really has nothing to do with the way these things get analyzed. Yeah, triple, eight, seventy seven. K.. Its patents do for Glenn on the Glenn Beck Program. You're listening to Glenn Beck. You've heard me talk to Mike, Lindell and about Mike Lindell. He is the inventor of mypillow and how you know. His pillow is giving me great night's sleep. I love his sheets, but I want you to know that you are the reason. My pillow is the incredible company that it is today. You've trusted. Mike Lindell to give you a great night sleep. Well Mike is now offering. 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Go to another platform I think that would make such a strong statement. To Jack and do all of twitter just leave the form and then just use twitter to promote the platform. Join me on. X. Harlow or whatever whatever it is. Yeah, be brilliant anyway. He tweeted he can't stand back and watch this happen to a great American City Minneapolis lack of leadership, either the very weak radical left mayor Jacob Fry, get his act together and bring the city under control or I will send in the. National Guard and get the job done, right. Now Governors who sent in National Guard but These things are just not important. Let's not let that get in the way. What did adventure? This I will say a? tweet that he ended with the first looting than shooting or said these thugs are dishonoring the memory of George. Floyd and I won't let that happen. Just folk to Governor Tim Walls and told him that the military is with him all the way, any difficulty and Willis. We will assume control again. No, but when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you. The was he picturing people standing up and applauding right then I feel like he has. He's typing and he's like. Yeah, this is worthy applause happen so this is interesting for a couple of reasons number one. We talked about yesterday which is. Did you notice yesterday? Trump was not part of this story at all. Because the only thing he tweeted about it was. We're GONNA start an investigation. This was wrong. We're GONNA. Make sure we get justice. No one reported on that at all. No one cared right now. He came out with this one. Which obviously is little more inflammatory and now everyone say talking about how it's his fault and he's doing. He's making this worse. And twitter has come out and put a warning on the tweet saying it violates community standards. They are not backing down from trump is trump to the executive order yesterday. They said now there's a button you have to click to reveal the the tweet. The tweet says the you know first looting men, shooting or whatever? It was actually Brit Rhyming Slang and This is a bizarre world I mean. Do you remember when twitter came on the scene and it was such A. Jokey way to deal with things like e. how do you get anything? Cross these little messages and it just seemed like a cheap way like people would try to be like. I lost my dad yesterday, and it just felt like cheap and weird, and now let's presidential statements all the time. It's just not yet gender native characters at a time, and we just that's how everyone. Of course that's how we get them. It is. It is so strange, but I think you're right. He's given so much free advertising to twitter over the years if he really pissed off about this, just go. Places and half the country will go with you. And then maybe that will break down twitter definitely. This is the Glenn Beck Program. Home is where the heart is. 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Completely and we're all behind that, but when you're destroying property for no reason or just stealing people. This I'm sorry. The recant can't go there with you. And the burning down. All kinds of the burnt out a police station a precinct last night The police just evacuated the building, so they could do that. And then the looters ran through the police station in stole evidence. Okay, and then burnt down the building. It's really incredible Don Lemon was talking about this last night. Now Don doesn't. He has a really interesting question. And he's GonNa Press. You hard on this. You're going to be like to rethink the way. My Life is operating when he asks you this deep. Cutting question in his typical. Seemingly once every single night drawn out. Solemn. Dramatize over-dramatized. Where he pauses. For three or four seconds. Between each phrase, he did one of those things last night, and he is he. He's cut to our core here pat. Boy He he's now. He's actually see right through us. He does right through us, doesn't he? Does were so transparent to his steely glaze. Here is Don. Read. Some of what people are saying in watch some of conservative media you would think people are mourning a target. Oh, my Gosh Watch when you look at the picture as Cuomo they are, they are focusing on Okay, so people should not be writing. Understand what's behind that rioting? Oh, no people should not be. Looting. You understand what's behind that looting? Do you have as much outrage? For that, why was there a pause before a man on the ground? No. On his neck, he hasn't asked the question. Nine minutes. What are you more outrage by yeah? As you, said the a highly insured store. No one wants to lose their business. Don't get me wrong. Don't twist what I'm saying. Oh No, we're not gonNA. Sit All. There's nuance and I know people will say Oh. Don't say that I'm encouraging riding. I'm not encouraging Ryan. Well, you really are. Going on, you justify. Raise an upset so when you really think about this chat, he's. Warning a target store. Morning why why PAT or Manado Body store? What about an automobile store? Yeah? Placing that same emphasis, if not more on the conditions that led to this happening conditions. Than led. To this. happening. Okay. This is gonNA. Shock Don Lemon. We're all more pissed off about the guy dying than the target. No cushion. All of us more pissed off about a human life going away then the target, I'd love to ask Don if he minds about the millions of children that don't exist because of the policy. He endorses called abortion because we care about those lives to, and you never seem to care about any of those in about sixteen. Million of them were black lives. Yeah. Yeah, so black lives do matter day mattered on. They do matter to us, but let's just take a step back from this Jeez think of the thought process that has to go through. This guy's might where he thinks this is a good point, or you think people are GonNa. Know yet, but they got the food court in there to. You can't just say it's just target. They've got the place where you can get the pretzels and. They've got. Did they target? They've got the whole clothing area and super target. Scott Groceries in there, too, so I do more than that more than the black man we all. Care more about someone being unjustly killed then a business going away. Yes, however, in addition to that Don, it matters that these people's livelihoods are being destroyed and people like you are going on television saying we need to understand it well I. Don't understand it. I cannot understand both of those things I don't understand why a black man would get killed in that way and I don't understand why to make it better means burning down target I don't get! Two points either of them neither of them, Jim hat should happen, so we make mistake one. If terrible thing one happens. Do we do terrible thing to I understand you're saying you're not encouraging it, but you sure as hell are justifying it. You're. You're saying it's understandable in the circumstances. It's understandable in the circumstances. We're up. We talked about this yesterday where. We have military members that Will Capture Isis people and not torture them and not kill them with every justification. Every moral justification to say these persons should not be on the planet. We still don't do. It's not the way we do things in almost every case and when. People do do that wrong and they break those rules. They get in trouble. That there are things that go against that. There's nobody getting in trouble for the looting. Getting in trouble for burning these buildings down, there are signs up all over town that say black owned minority owned businesses that are owned by minorities. They don't care. They're taking the stuff anyway. What does that have to do with with with? George floors floyd absolutely nothing. Absolutely nothing inexplicable, inexplicable and breezy. This idea that it would be a this is a big gotcha question. Why do you care more about charge to? You Moron we all care more about the guy, but the thing is. We all agree on the guy. Yes, we agree. We all agree apparently Penn suiting currently, not I thought I thought that would be obvious. Wow, you know I think we could look at the looting as A series of terrible crimes that yes are as bad as a murderer. There's a reason our justice system deals with them differently. We have all as a society recognized murder worse than property damage, but property damage is really bad to stop justifying. Stop It. This, is the Glenn Beck Program? The last few months of really reminded us. What's important in life? It's also helped us understand what we can eliminate or change. It's the same for business. What are the changes you have to make? 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Of these businesses is about. To name. deserved. To. Be burned down. As a powerful Dang powerful, set off accu. Yeah It really was because I guess look target too big company. They got insurance. They've got ensure whatever. Burned, completely destroyed. Yeah, so autozone and everyone's like autozone a lot of them. Yeah, a lot of. And there are there? Were you target autozone? There was an O'Reilly's auto parts as well. and people were hitting these these things, but there you have to also include you know dollar general. All of them there was a you know some damage from fire. Sometimes it was windows broken sometimes looting, okay, twin lake dental big. Big Enemies of the community apparently. A home choice teppanyaki grill, little CAESARS, Jackson Hewitt tax. Service is e wireless hadn't been county human service center Jay Clips Wells Fargo. HD LAUNDRY CITI trends total. Wireless Pineda tacos actually. TACO sound really good right now. subway seven Mile Fashion Express. Fremont Bar O'Reilly autoparts quality tobacco. Max It pawn shop. Hexagon Bar and target and Wendy's which again Wendy's Wendy's. They serve frosties. It's it's right before summer. What are you doing? Burn the place down that that doesn't make any sense. Cool drink. In the summer is going to be very valuable, never burned down a Wendy's. Also autozone! I'll in cub foods grocery store up food, because okay. Yeah, burn that down and there was that if you heard about affordable housing, yes, we talked about thirty million dollars, dollar housing place. Yeah, and then there was the seven Sigma Building and the Minneapolis Third Police Precinct, of course which we talked about earlier. Yeah so. And then there was the the dollar tree. K. and the t mobile store of course. And highly liquor, okay, just those just those places and along with speedway, obviously, and and of course one of the big villains community, the East Lake Library L. Thank goodness. Actor went down because those books. What are they doing? What do they do into the community that again dicing yeah people? Say with precision auto tune care, yeah, but which is also damaged. Or destroyed US bank. Dairy Queen. Papa Murphy's Pizza. Planet fitness. Go especially. If you go to Papa Murphy's Pizza, you might need planet fitness well now. They're both God. You have to worry about it sure. Domino's pizza obviously. Urban Ford's winery and Cider House. The Gandhi Mahal restaurant, of course minority minority owned minority on state. They did put a sign did not help them. A car tire and auto. No one's going to be able to get no one's GONNA be able to get their car fixed in this community for a very long time. They did a lot a lot of auto stores down here. Yeah Ace hardware. Can't look for the place with the helpful hardware hardware man anymore. Right isn't the thick that's. IS THE PLACE! Helpful hardware store. Okay? Minnesota Transitions Charter School, which is a real cause of the of the foundational racism in this country Yes laundromats. Premises I think what due to your clothes turning white, yes. SODERBERGH'S FLOWER FLORAL AND GIFT East, Lake, clinic obviously, but that's. About it. That's the. Pharmacy okay. and Oh electra tune auto care. And walgreens! You know Also elevated beer, wine and spirits. We should point that out. That's another one. And sooners tavern. All of these. Store completely destroyed the seward co op too. And we shouldn't forget midtown global market, which is also. Damaged or destroyed, people have been complaining about their racism for a really long true I guess I guess so yeah, Britta health okay footlocker. B.. M. O. Harris. TCI Bank. Studio Twenty. DTLR! UPTOWN, PAWN Law Familiar Skate shop. Another target. CHICAGO LAKE IN LIQUOR EAST LAKE liquor. In ingebritsen's. Free Wheel bike. Humpty restaurant. Hudson's hardware. Birchwood cafe. How much time do we have on the show I'm a little nervous. CVS Timberland Okay Sonny's Thurston jewelers. Bana Dear Pharmacy Sephora. Game! Stop indulge and Bloom H. M.. The apple store. Urban outfitters smokeless northeast. Another autozone just like. These poor autozone people. SMART. Town Talk Diner? And then in Saint, Paul Lloyds Pharmacy Target on Third Target CVs, a second CVs Max pawnshop verizon nuttall's and company vitamin SHOPPE big top liquors. TJ MAXX SPRINT MIDWAY NAPA T mobile. Leeann Chin Midway America's Best Contacts Furniture Barn BP Walgreen's discount. Tire O'Reilly autoparts. Bank Lululemon speedway on your dance springboard for the Arts University. Seven Miles, sports, sportswear, fire and ice, chicken liquor barrel molars, jewelry the fix. Serie, bowl way he theo Pinson, restaurant and enterprise university that is the current and probably partial list of the businesses that have gone down completely inflames, or if it suffered heavy damages. 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However, it's like the same thing. We've heard the same thing with the corona virus situation. It's like Oh. You don't care about old people because you open up the economy. No, we care about both we care more. Do we care more about people dying than a business being opened? Yes, sure however like we need to look at. At the bigger picture and realize that the economy as we call, it is a collection of people being able to feed themselves and their families being able to get health insurance, being able to innovate being able to do every good thing that civilization has brought us. That's what the economy is. It's not a stock market. It's a collection of people working together to make civilization as we know it, so yes, that is worth protecting as well the same thing here. Is Not a choice between whether. Well we'd look. We just care more about the the big store then we do. The African American gentleman I saw, and you just listed off over one, hundred, twenty, one, hundred, twenty, five, hundred and twenty five businesses. That's a partial list. Bring me the news is the one that has it a local Minnesota site thirty three in Saint Paul, Ninety two in Minneapolis and that's after two nights. I can tell you I. Did this list on a studios? America which by the way you can subscribe to if you WanNa, check out that show because we went through a lot of the stuff last night. Wasn't nearly this large last night? Because I I did it before ninety two of the rallies were they probably doubled the list. And what's going to keep happening I? Mean think of the goal to go in. And take over a police department burned to the ground and break into the evidence room and remove the evidence. That is you have complete confidence? Nothing is going to happen to you. They were Ryan, as far as arrests or anything like that, and that's which is crazy because this all starts because someone. Dies in a situation where they didn't do anything to deserve it. So when you're going in there and you're being coming violent to other citizens to police officers. You're much more likely you'd think to have problems with the police. Instead they're just they just drive away. And take it over I. mean I understand that like their life is in danger to, and this is going to be shocking thing for a lot of people to hear, but blue lives matter, too. So yeah. This thing to say to your just your racism is just spilling out of today. Really spilling out by saying that by saying the blue lives matter yeah, police officers, they live. It's completely racist to say that the NFL I should, because the thing you must only say, is that black lives matter? Now you've said blue lives matter as well. Broaden obviously our lives matter. How how do you hate people? Why do you hate minority people all lives that is unbelievable I'm glad America's hearing this. You really are all about this is don lemon monologue tonight. You'd have a lot more positive. Triple Eight, seven, twenty-seven, the phone number man I i. don't know what else you do other than lie. I don't know how to handle it. It's just it's so crazy. Terrible frigging time and we should go into this too I think a lot of it. There's there's a tie to the coronavirus. Thing in here to that I want to talk about some point today. We're GONNA get into that coming up. This. Glenn Beck Program? We all shop online especially right now, but you can do it a better way with honey. Honey is the free online shopping tool that. Finds the best promo codes and applies them to your car. Download honey to your computer and shop on all of your favorite websites like normal. When you check out, you just click the apply coupons button that will pop up. You wait a few seconds for honey. 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Over the years I believe there's a new one that has just sprung into the national conscience consciousness. Which is Andrew Cuomo is awful. That is a universal truth. I think it is and look I do I. Don't Invent Universal Truth. I just live by it. That's all we can do. What are we GONNA do we can't stop it? It's universal truth now. He's awful Andrew. CUOMO is awful. Yeah, and despite sounds like something that should be a universal truth, it should maybe be I, Dunno emblazoned on a Mug. What a great recommendation Pat. Realist finished it. It's up now. What Andrew Cuomo is awful. No way you can go I just tweeted it. If you're on twitter, Amazing Cooling Students America. You can go to STU MERCH DOT COM and get there. It's interesting I was looking at the the studios merch page and the best selling items are. The Andrew Cuomo was awful Mug and the Nancy. Pelosi, Sucks Commemorative Penn which is. I. Don't know what the audience is saying exactly they're old. They're just citing universal truth. Universal Truth, which is Great Nancy Pelosi does she sucks she. Sucks. She just does so if you want to get your Andrew Cuomo awful. Mago Nancy Pelosi sucks pen. All available to does MERCH DOT COM. You have anything out. Yes, it's it is. I, don't ask. Cardinal, Joe Tobin of Newark because what? because. When the Governor of New Jersey was mandating certain things I think it was mandated that you couldn't go outside without a mask in there were Steve Shutting Down Business and and then he appeared on I think it was Fox and they asked him an interesting question, and there was an interesting answer to it by what authority to nullify the bill of rights I called up Cardinal Tobin Cardinal Joe Tobin and Newark. So. That's essentially what happened there in the interview? How did you nullify the bill of Rights? Well? I called up. Joe Cardinal Tobin Cardinal Joe Tobin of Newark, so that's a thing ever since. The show Pan leashed, and so this is so shirt now is I. Don't know called Cardinal Joe Tobin of Newark. He's the one who decides. He can nullify the bill of rights this thing it's a big thing. Big Responsibility, so yes, that's our. That's not shirt. Do we know if Cardinal Joe Tobin of Newark? Has This shirt yet? I don't know I don't believe. He ordered it I would think so. I would like to have that. Right right so that everybody knows that you're the decider. He's the decider the ultimate decider, so you can get that shop dot blaze media DOT COM, I believe it goes. Lash Pat Gray the government. Yes, the people. You know the the constitution right God. Yes, Cardinal, Joe. Right, that's the order. That's the hierarchy. Yes, you seem to have it down. Thank you pretty quickly there. All right and people go. We can tweet that out as well link. To that page, yes. Fascinated by this, I'm also fascinated by an additional aspect of this was thinking about this as you're watching. The fires burn Minnesota to the ground. That there is a tie in to what we've been going through here the past few months and I I think like we're going to wind up in an area where you lockdown a population. For a ten weeks, UETAKE forty million of their jobs away. Whether you think it's worth it or not, you might say this is the worst thing ever. We saved a lot of lives, but like there's an effective that as we've talked about. We obviously know the economics are they're they're affects with drinking. And you know there's a potential effect suicide which hasn't been shown in the numbers yet, but obviously there's there's A. There's a scare there from people killing themselves, not just from losing jobs, but also losing relatives right. There's all sorts of things there's a lot of negative effects about this. and. There's A. There's a real. Examination of the data that shows that minority communities have been hit much harder with this. than. Suburban communities. White communities, all across America. That's something that's shown pretty clearly in the data that they're trying to figure out what what's going on with that and you look at this and you say here now you have a community is dealing with a a terrible incident one. That is unjust. And, you also have a very. A very. A everybody on the country's filled with angst right now. Probably from the police on doubt, everybody has is pissed off about something. either. A relative has died or lost their jobs. We are in. We are in a tinderbox coming out of this thing like we don't go into lockdown like this and then when people come out, they're all really happy. Gosh I'm so glad we're able to go out again. A lot of people react like that I certainly have. been burned anything down, but you can understand that there would be a heightened tension right so these types of events which do happen, but against typically are rare. Will, wind up setting these things off I. think more often coming out of this. People are employed. They're angry at the country. They're angry at the situation. They're angry life man. And there there's an increase in alcohol. There's an increase in drugs. There's an increase in you know. They've talked about domestic violence going up. This is across all communities. And those things? Thrown into a tender I mean this. Is this this could? Give us a lot of the sort of civil unrest. We've worried about for such a long time. And certainly Minnesota's dealing with that right now and I think there is a tie to. People are in a situation where they're already massively uncomfortable for a hundred reasons and something sets you off, and things can escalate very quickly again. Not An excuse doesn't mean you don't make judgments. You still need to make rational decisions, but we have a formula here. That needs to be really thought carefully about. It's it's not ideal. It's sub optimal PAT. Sub Optimal. Yes, I I would say it is below the optimal. Yeah, yeah, you can think of a lot of things that are more optimal than this. Yes, the situation right now is that I don't know. Civilization is collapsing It seems like it does feel that way. Ladle bit. Consumer spending fell a record fourteen percent in April. Okay fourteen percent in one month in one month. Let's say the saving rate, which is the difference between disposable income and spending search to thirteen point one percent from eight percent, so people are protecting their cash a little bit, and so it's partially people losing their jobs partially people protecting what they do have. We also are in a situation where. The government's dash dished out trillions and trillions of dollars. Let's just project to the future a little, shall we when the government isn't dumping multiple trillions of dollars into the economy every week or two? What happens then. We were talking about this yesterday with the stock market, which just seems to be really strong and hanging up there, and that's a good sign in that. Maybe investors are seeing something, and they're confident in keeping their money in the market, but it's hard to imagine on the other side of this that we don't have a really rough recovery. which is going to lead to multiple other problems as well? Yeah, the stock market being. Twenty five thousand again. Little over that in fact would, you would lead you to believe that people are really optimistic about recovery that it's going to happen. It's going to happen pretty quickly and it's GonNa come back strong, and are some people saying that it will on the other hand. Each just might not It's going to be interesting to see if the government ever stops. Giving away money. What happens at that point I'm not convinced they're going to though because the Fed chairman. Was it last week the or the week before said all we've got all kinds of left in our arsenal to fight this thing. We can continue this for a long time. Interest rates are at zero. What else do you do? Do you just printing money? Yeah and. I think that is the basically true statement at least until November. because. They are going to do that in the middle of a presidential election. It's going to be hard to see anyone. Justify I. Mean I think parts of the I wouldn't be surprised to see some of the additional unemployment payment of six hundred dollars a week taken away. Because that is I, think clearly incentivizing some people to go back to work when they said is when they're making more money, not working than working. Yeah, I mean just. Just makes sense that people are going to keep doing that. Yeah, I have a friend of a friend who's in this situation and he's has a job was supposed to go back to their opening backup didn't really like the job, though and Kinda was thinking about quitting anyway before all the stuff happened is now getting unemployment plus six hundred dollars, which leads them to get more money per week than was making before. And, it's like well. I. Look I, understand the societal situation here. From a personal interest standpoint. There's only one choice there give you WanNa. Leave the job anyway now you're GonNa get unemployment plus six hundred dollars. To not go back. To make that choice. A lot of people are they are. Plus nobody cares anymore. Nobody cares Republicans. Don't Care Democrats never cared? No, and so now there's nobody pushing back on them. No one cares to spend all you want. We'll print more. Just keep doing it so I don't care now. Yes, just send me money. Mark Cuban had this idea. Where every couple of weeks government should just they send you a debit card? And then they continually charge it every couple of weeks with twelve hundred dollars. I'm good with that. Just Send Me Free Twelve hundred dollars. Every couple of weeks was GONNA. Have to pay this off and look we. Our kids are going to have to pay for this. Grandkids are great grandkids beyond that. Let them fend for themselves. Great grandkids and on ask. They can do whatever. I've never going meet them. They can do whatever whatever happens happens to them, but the next couple of generations worried about pat. It can't be repaid at this point. We're at twenty five trillion. It can't be repaid. How how do you ever pay that down and we're not going to? Because nobody is first of all again. No one cares that is the issue. There's nobody even dealing with that and thinking about that are trying to do it I think you could make the argument that for a long time. No one cared however at. At least the Republicans used to fake it. Ryan and there is value in faking that you care. Because, at least then you're going in front of the American people and saying you're going to push back and so the Democrats instead of increasing the budget by one hundred billion dollars can only do it by fifty billion dollars. At least we're holding back a little bit now. Nobody cares right. Nobody Thomas Massie. Thomas is out there, saying you know what I think it's about him and he gets his head kicked in when he says about it. Yes, so now it's Nancy Pelosi says we need another trillion dollars, and then the president says I think we need to trillion. Netanyahu says. What about yeah? I want more than you do. And then they fight until they get to the point where they feel so ridiculous, because they can't even pronounce the end of the number anymore like Quin till I think is the. And then they finally pass it, and then they just weeks start over. Will that be a milestone we pass. 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Featuring patents do. One more day today Glenn Beck on Monday morning. Triple Eight. Seven to seven PK you can. Cure might show Pat Gray unleashed everyday, seven to nine eastern on the blaze radio and TV, and then listen to it on podcast. If you don't get up there that earlier, you're not. You don't have access to it that early whatever the case may be, you can listen to it anytime on podcast absolutely and do the same for stew. Does America appreciate that? I feel like this story is deserving of both pat. Gray unleashed. And stood as America and even this particular program, one of the most listened to radio shows in America because I think this might be the greatest covid nineteen story since the beginning of the pandemic. Really now that's a big statement that is because most of it's been really crappy terrible news, but there've been some pretty bizarre stories that have happened throughout this crisis. Yes, this one though I don't know that there's an equal to it. I think this is just read word for word. A gang of monkeys. Attacked a laboratory assistant. And escaped. With a batch of Corona, virus, test samples. The bizarre incident saw the troop of primates launch their assault near Marut. Medical College in Delhi India according to local media. The animals then snatched covid nineteen test samples from three patients and fled. Wow. Wow, one of the monkees was later spotted in a tree. Chewing one of the sample collection kits. The latest example now again, just think of that part of the sentence the latest example they're about to tell you that this is happening a lot and. It is the latest example of the highly intelligent red-faced monkeys. Taking advantage of India's nationwide lockdown to combat the spread of Corona virus, while they have proved an increasing problem in urban areas of the country in recent years, lockdown measures in the last twelve months have emboldened the monkees. Reports have shown them. Congregating in parts of Delhi crowded with humans. The animals have adapted to live in close contact with people, and it is believed some groups have struggled in the absence of food. They've come to rely on. People had been advised not to feed the monkeys while the pandemic continues with experts, suggesting doing so could cause the virus to mutate and infect primates. A senior biologist From the forest. Department warned that if this did happen, the mutated virus could have a devastating impact on primate species and other wildlife. And they actually have pictures of the monkees who have all climbed on board a motorcycle. Left. The monkeys or on a motorcycle cycle now they don't show it driving but I would not be surprised if that's the next story. Sh, but the act I mean we talk about the Wuhan. Lab having issues I think those monkeys were at least dead at bats were dead. these monkeys are alive, taking the samples and eating them. So I mean if you don't think there's another pandemic right around the corner. Why can't help you I can't help. You seems like there's GonNa be some. Sick monkeys! Sometime soon. I guess so right unless they've already got the antibodies and I don't know if they've been tested or not, they could be immune. They could be immune immune I. Guess it maybe. You talked about how intelligent these monkeys are. How smart can they be their eating the virus? Seem stupid. Okay. Tell me monkeys moron stupid morons. Gosh what a what a frigging weird story and there is a strange thing that's happening as part of of the shutdown where these areas that are normally highly. Filled with people or now not animals are venturing out there like our to take this land back. We've been waiting for this opportunity along time. Stupid humans. You're all inside your on your little Netflix and your xbox is. What are we doing taking over the country? There was another story this week, or or maybe it last week about I, think it was dolphins that are finding stuff in the ocean, and bringing it to the shore with their little mouths and dumping it. They're hoping that it'll be a present for the humans that they miss coming to the to the area all the time. I get there I think they're I. I'm not sure that it's somewhere in the US and I forget where it was, but dolphins are doing the same thing they're. They're missing human company. And so they're trying to bribe humans. Come back, look. Here's a bottle that I found. You can have it if you come back. Oh, that's great. I mean it's weird because I'm not. Really at all. I am not either haven't had that urge. I have not brought any presence to humans to lure them back into my presence. No I'd rather just stay. There know the roads have been although they're starting to get crowded again. Yes, on the in the freeways of the Dallas Fort Worth area. There's a certain brand of elitism that PAT and I belong to and have experienced over the past few months, which is as essential workers We are able to travel to work every day and have not gene that hasn't changed for us at all like a lot of people about ninety percent of the people that usually work here or not here. And but know with US coming in. We're doing the show every day. And you you start to get used to. There's no traffic. Right doesn't matter when you come to. Go home because. Light graphic died. The downside of this is worse than the upside for us. Unfortunately, yes, however, it is something that you do notice, and you notice around here to like now. The restaurants have opened, and if you're you know we live in Texas, so it is difficult I think for us to relate to certain areas of the country with you know. If you've got you know Whitmer as governor. It's hard for us in Texas. Even relate to that world right now. But Restaurants are open, but you can get into any of them. There's it's not hard to get to places. Even though they're twenty five percent capacity, you can get in. Everything is easy here. In this period there's a period where nothing was open, and that was obviously very challenging. Now things are open. No one's going to them and no one on the road. Yeah, it's a nice. This in between areas is in one or two ways. Really Nice today in Texas. Zoos are opening. As our water parks, which really kind of blew me away. Wow, water parks to twenty-five percent capacity, but still a waterpark. That's a big step one of the things that's interesting about all these twenty five percent capacity things in rules that have come out is a lot of people. I think look at okay. They have these people sitting at these tables have twenty five percent of the tables, but remember it's that capacity of the restaurant. Yes, so a capacity of a restaurant might is hundreds of people, usually the capacity of a water park. I mean how many people can fit in waterpark a lot of people lot. It's thousands right, yeah! But I actually think and I've made this decision. You know sometimes you say things on the make sure that we actually believe them. I bought a season pass for the waterpark for my kids. Yesterday? Wow, be why. Outdoors Yup Chlorinated water. Right should kill stuff. That's in it very well ventilated, yeah! I actually think the waterpark. Things should be pretty safe now I'm not a doctor and I might be killing my children I hope not, but I bet there's a much better chance of them. Drowning on the water slot. Then there is actually getting covid nineteen in that environment. It would be very difficult thing to figure out a way to get covid nineteen in an outdoor waterpark. Would you go this weekend? We are. We're talking about going tomorrow. Yeah Yeah, so you know. Next week I guarantee. 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It's somewhere between forty and fifty thousand cash I have on me, and that turned out not to be the. And then he said okay, I'm actually carrying between eighty and eighty five thousand dollars. And that turned out not to be the case he actually had they eventually learned he had one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand, nine, hundred and eighty dollars in cash now. Why ing did they ask him about this? And why did they learn it? These are really good questions. He was going through security, and apparently for some reason they had a police dog. Their police dog named Duke. And Duke quote showed a strong alert to the man's belongings unquote. Now the dog is trained to detect. Narcotics didn't have any narcotics on him, but he hit on apparently the cash be the cash was around narcotics I. Don't know, but he was also the other suspicious aspect of this. Is that authorities have identified the place. He was flying to as a source area for illegal narcotics. Yeah a source area for illegal narcotics. What does that mean? Does that mean like? Mexico or Columbia or something like that, but like I don't think just because you bring money to a country that drugs are a problem isn't necessarily mean you're going to buy drugs in that country. Yeah, my understanding is you need to catch the person. Buying the drugs within your borders. Yes, or you do something like this right? What would you say that estimate correct? That's correct and I would say that what they did. Instead was a future crime situation were they took the guy's money. and Said They took they confiscated a hundred and thirty thousand dollars now. Was it suspicious because he lied about how much he had? I guess he was going to a source area for illegal drugs. So what on all of those accounts every areas a source area for re? Every area unless it's Antarctica I. Don't know if you should find a Miami is that. Does that count if you'RE GOING TO JEFF SPOUSE? That's definitely a source area for illegal drugs. RASP. Should we arrest everybody going to Jeffey south slow? Yes, I. Think, that would make sense that would make a lot of sense including Jeffey by the way. It is, that's A. that's a really bad. I'm so tired of this and you can't. You can't do this in American. No, you can't do this. And why would you lie about how much money I don't know? Maybe because you're afraid. They're gonNA. Take it for no reason that's. Because they've been doing that for years now and ever, since the civil asset forfeiture began and police continue to say well. Yeah, it's a really valuable tool in the war on drugs I. don't care. Stop it! This needs to stop. It's completely unconstitutional I. Don't know how this has not been challenged I think it's one of those things where we like the results of it and a lot of cases. So we overlook the fact that it's a little. Bit Unconstitutional and People Tad People look at a guy like this. WHO said well? He's obviously GONNA go. Do something illegal right well. You might look like that. You might have a suspicion. That's not how we put people in jail, and that's not how we take their property. You can't just say looks like he might do something something. You got to catch him doing something. Yeah I mean, and this is the same argument here from people when they're like well, I don't care if they listen to my phone calls and they take all my meds. Not doing anything wrong. That is not the point. You're not the one who decides whether or not. What you're doing is wrong like this guy. What is wrong to carry one hundred there? Is it illegal to carry one hundred thirty eight thousand dollars in cash with you know it is not your money. If I have it, I could carry fifty million dollars in cash with me, and you shouldn't be able to do anything about that, but guess what would happen. If you try to bring fifty million dollars through an airport, it would escape skated would be confiscated unless you were Jeffrey Epstein. They probably let you go. But I mean it really. It's one of those things where. You. The the we've had the same issue with with withdrawals from bank accounts where people will withdraw. There was this there was a story again. It was this one was a criminal, but he was withdrawing just under ten thousand dollars. Every few weeks because the government said if you withdraw over ten thousand dollars, or they're going to report it to central authorities, because they are worried about big withdrawals like that, so he was pulling out nine thousand five hundred dollars, whatever it was every two weeks then they went and arrested him because they said he. We see what you're doing. You're pulling out. Out less than the limit, but just a little bit less so therefore. We're GONNA report for that, too. It's like well. That's not even a again like they do. Catch criminals all the time with this stuff. Yeah, however, that's not enough to justify it. Note is not and Americans are just rolling over and play dead Ford. I don't understand it we should be. We should be standing up and saying this is unacceptable and it's got to stop. Out here, the ranch I've been cooking on my wreck Tek Grill at just like the cowboys used to accept. They used a fire that they had to chop wood for, and then they cooked it on the back of a chuck wagon. This is really good stuff. Wreck tax amazing smart technology, just like the cowboys had gives you the perfect most even heating grilling experience. You've ever had talk about how sturdy it is. It's made from solid steel. I can tell you about how you know. You can control the whole thing from an APP anywhere in the. The world, but what I'd rather tell you about is when I'm cooking on a wreck grill. This summer I'll be cooking with my family. Go to wreck. 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They're going back and Harry and went through an compared this to. Two Thousand Sixteen so two thousand sixteen. Trump was was was down by ten points at the end of the primary closer to six at the first half of April in the second half of April closer to four and then in May. Close to one. He was down by Fox News had a similar poll may sixteenth through may twenty third of two thousand and sixteen. Clinton trailed trump by three points trailed trump by three points in two thousand sixteen. Biden is up by eight in the same poll this year. Now I think there's a lot of factors playing into that and a lot of people will just dismiss all polling which I think is the right thing to do. A Lotta people will also say well. You know general election polling doesn't count so early in the election and that I do agree with We're just getting to the point where it's not early in the election anymore. We're getting to I. Mean it's June almost. There's only a few months here. Guys before this election actually occurs assuming as we were allowed to go out of our houses here so these post start to become interesting to look at. Remember. The national poll average missed the popular vote in two thousand, sixteen, by less than or just over two point two point one percent. It's not a crazy miss. They missed in certain states obviously trump one. Obviously, the experts believe trump was going to lose, so they were wrong, but the national polling average actually wasn't that bad in two thousand sixteen. That doesn't mean that Biden is actually up by eight or nine or seven. My my thought on that is people have just not started focusing on this yet. It has not been part of the. The way they've internalized the news. They're looking at corona virus. They're looking at all of these other separate issues, and there has not been a focus of the people on the election, and there hasn't been the focus of trump on vitam trump is Shirley mentioned bite in here and there, but that has not been what he's been doing. He's been trying to run the pandemic response and all of these other. Economic issues. So, I don't think can look at this and say well. You Know Donald. Trump doesn't have a chance or anything like that I mean. He could turn this around in a week a week. A news could turn these polls around, but it is interesting. Look at the strategy of the Democrats is to make you believe Joe Biden is not the candidate. They want to hide him from you and from every other voter so that you don't consider the fact that the person that might be in the White House can barely get through a sentence. That is the strategy of the Democrats. And as they get closer to picking a VP, all of these things are going to be incredibly important, and you'll learn a lot about what they're thinking because they pick Stacey Abrams. You know they are thinking. We need to move to the left and they're also. You might get the sense that Biden. His thinking in his head I'm going to be sticking around and making it through a couple of terms or at least one because they're not gonna just no, I, don't think anybody thinks Stacey Abrams can step in on day what. If you pick someone who has a little bit more experience. than. You or someone in the middle you could see. They might be targeting that part of the electorate and saying may be Biden's only in here for half a term. I think that pick is going to be very revealing for the campaign for sure. Yes, and should be very revealing to the American people from depending on who he picks I. Don't see a good. No, no, there aren't any good picks for him. So we, yeah. 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Fifty one percents of no, so even a majority of Republicans said it does not violate freedom of religion. For All adults, it was sixty to thirty four. Noah does not over yes. You Talk to an expert about this right thing. Jeremy Dyson from I liberty. He's been on. He's been on my show news. What matters been on the show as well over the years, really good guy and a guy who's been fighting for religious liberty in basically every circumstances what these guys do for a living and he? I brought him on to talk about this exact question, because it was the time where one of the pastors was I'm I'm having service anyway. And he got arrested in brought in or whatever they shut him down. and. I kinda thought his take would be low. Of course it violates religious liberty. That's honestly what I thought. He was going to say. No matter the circumstances the circumstances. Yes, my take on. It was look. It does violate religious liberty. What you can do is the state and what you can do as a community is. Ask Really Nicely Yeah I. Recommend say please don't do it. And you can give all the facts and make give the best information. People will die in your congregation if you do this, yes would that's what we believe. And that's what the science tells us at this point and we're very scared for you and your community, but we can't stop you because we have the First Amendment right right and so, what's going to happen in that situation? Probably Ninety five percent of the congregation is going to stay home and try to watch it online or do something else, right. That's what is happening all across. America, really, there hasn't been a lot of these cases where churches have tried to do this. Some of tried with, and there have been tons of cases even wear. Governors have crackdown. There's been a few and they're important so his his his take basically was that over time. These things have been challenged over and over again and what they've shown is the government has a limited. Power to restrict citizens movements in an emergency for a short period of time colluding religious religious services, okay, but for a very limited amount of time, and also they have to. Lean to the to the side of being open so if they can figure out a way to allow a church to open, they have to. The government has decided that way that one congregation did where they where they had the church service in their vehicles driving church. My Mom's church was doing that and they stayed open the entire time. She's in Georgia and they have a drive up service, so it was at Tennessee the crackdown on that. It was Kentucky Kentucky. I thought it was Kentucky, but it happened in a few places. But the government doesn't have power to crack down like. A very limited temporary. Very, limited, how? Time is okay. I. Mean That's the problem, right? There's not it's not monks. Right doesn't months a year. Is that me? It's not defined. Should make from what I understand in the way. Maybe it'd be. You'RE GONNA. Have a beer in here this next week with Glenn I'm on vacation next week. MAYBE BE WORTH HAVING JEREMY AND IF We talk this out because he has, he's much smarter than I am on the stuff, but his point was basically that. As soon as there's an argument that it makes sense, they have to side with that argument so as soon as if you're saying that we've got, we flatten the curve right? Yeah, they can no longer do it. If you. If you were to say, you can do it in cars or you can do it. We're spread out in a field where you're not near each other. All of this sort of options you have to side with the religious freedom, though there is a quarantine sort of. Power built into the government for a limited period. Wow, which which is interesting? Yeah, it's interesting because. There is and what if there 'cause I what I said to. Him was like I. If you were to say to me, can the government come in and take my guns during quarantine? Or during Hurricane Katrina, yeah I would say absolutely not. Right they did it, but they did it. Can the government come in and tell me I can't go to church? My take on. That would be absolutely not, but they can. They can recommend it. They can say seriously. Guys be cool. Please don't go. And most people are gonNA listen if it's irrational period of time because they don't want to get sick right and they want. They want this to go away, but can you force them? My take on. That would be no. Do the legal systems that is apparently yes, but in a very limited fashion, which probably is already expired, but again the thing is you. Go back to the governor of new, Jersey the question that was asked of him. AH, by Tucker Carlson Authority. Did you nullify the bill of Rights? I called up Cardinal Tobin Cardinal Joe Tobin. If you've called called up Cardinal Joe Tobin, you asked him. And he said Nah. It doesn't violate the First Amendment then you're okay, right? You're okay. I think that's the final deciding on. I actually have a t shirt that says that on the okay, this is addressing. I just found it online. Yeah! I meant, but I figured like yeah must know what's going on this cardinals. Newark he does. He knows exactly what's going on, and he can let you know whether or not. It's constitutional, and if you can violate the bill of rights, right, so it's it's an interesting like. If Joe if Karnal Joe Tobin of Newark says it's this show. Tobin in moines. He's not the constitution power. No, he has no no constitutional power whatsoever. Yeah that's true. I'm glad we now know that. By the way Pat we should point out That we have decided today. To do something incredibly risky. You might just said flippantly that you were going to be in with Glen next week. There's no guarantee of that frankly very true based on what we've decided to try. Yeah I mean because you know. Our shows are on Youtube. and. We've been trying to understand you a little bit. And what we've seen. Is that people like you know sort of death defying stunts, people, the asking their lives, taking their lives into their own hands on. People have actually been killed while doing those death defying stunts, and we can't rule that out for us today at. is immediately following this show. We are going to risk our lives. In. We can't tell you all the about it. Because if we do. The police will go there. They'll shut it down. We can't do that. It has to be. It has to be under the. Under the radar here lawyers would. Get involved. It would just. It would be ugly, yeah. Insurance wouldn't cover it. certainly, yes, now there's no. There's no chance of risky action. We're taking today. so I'm sure they'd stop us. They probably would, and we can't risk that because we were we want to. We're committed to it now. I've met built up all the mental energy to actually do this so if you go to youtube search for STU, you'll get my channel am injustices. We get to combat here. We're going to launch a alive. Live video and we're going to walk you through the entire thing you see a little bit of the back and forth here on the radio show I and as soon as the show ends. We're going to do this thing. We can't disclose all of it I just will tell you that. It is. Is something that is very risky. And something that. Nobody in America is doing nobody else is doing this and for the most part nobody can do this. We have. Privileges that. We can't exactly disclose right that allows. Pat Nye to be able to do this particular activity. I just. I do worry that it will get shutdown anyway once, because once you go on the live feed. People are going to be able to see what road you're going down. Maybe they'll. They'll get their to stop it, but we were just GonNa take that on as it comes so go to youtube and search for STU. Check out the studios America channel that's we're going to have a live feed their where STU does. With, PAT. Death is definitely possible on this one pat I'm very nervous about it. Go check it out. Start the feet here in just a second triple eight seven twenty-seven back is the phone number. Turn. Back. Patents do. For Glenn on the Glenn. Beck Program Triple Eight, seventy seven easy K.. Here's another. Fascinating story about a huge amount of money that. Was this in in this particular case, it was not confiscated by police. But. It was found in the middle of the road, a million dollars in cash just found in the middle of the road by a family, a million dollars, one million dollars in cash in a bunch of bags like mailbags I guess. And they were just GonNa take it home and throw it away. Yeah Guy. They just thought it was junk that fell off all jock or whatever they say. They saw the million dollars. Million dollars yet so on the way out to the garbage can he thought man? Just check and see what's in here. If you're just gonNA, throw away a million dollars I I know inflation's bad. I didn't know was that that right right but no one million dollars in cash was in was contained in these bags. There were several of them. And they turned it into the police. You have to ask yourself. Would I? Took a police. If I found a million dollars in cash, it would be tempting. It would be really tempting to keep it, wouldn't it? Because how's that going to be traced back to you? They founded in some ditch on the road. some of it was in the middle of the road, and then there was another bag in the ditch and. Didn't have anybody's name on it I it wasn't obviously belonging to anyone, right? I would be. I Look I. As a person of character I would be there to turn in the three hundred thousand dollars I found. The right thing to do. I would definitely the ten grand cash. I found his ten grand. Just laying on the road I feel like you could say you legitimately say like I found nine hundred fifty thousand dollars. When someone comes to the gang. They're like hey. We dropped a million dollars. Well, someone did this turn ten thousand I feel like it might be a little bit obvious what you're doing or you don't turn in a single penny and you just keep it. And then they never. They, never know right, it would. It would be hard, wouldn't it? I mean is life changing money right I think yes, that is life changing. That's life. Changing may be generational changing money. Yes, not in two thousand and twenty, but like one thousand nine boy back in like two thousand and nineteen. Probably would be life changing money. Yeah, their time would a million dollars. It was a lot of money spent a million dollars at subway yesterday. So now it's not like that is. It is, it would be very tempting. I think airy I think. It might take me turn it in, but I would definitely have some I'd have some reservations about during it might take me a little bit of time to figure out how to get to the police station. Right, you know. About it I mean. Doesn't that solve? A million dollars solves pretty much every every. Financial problem you have Right. Yeah, you're not in debt anymore. You can do pretty much what you want. There was actually a famous philosopher who said Mo Money Mo problems. And I. Don't know if that's true. Because I, think I think Mo? was show short for more. Also more money. And more problems doesn't mean some guy named Mo would have a lot of problem. No. I. That's my understanding of it. I'm not a philosopher. Okay, but there was the guy we talked about him I think randomly earlier this week. The Guy who was on press your luck and figured out the board, only one hundred sixty thousand dollars, all sorts of stories about highly. You're just like you know. He lost a bunch of it. He lost a bunch of it in investments. He lost a bunch of in other other bizarre scams. Where he tried to I, think he was the guy who tried to turn in like ten thousand dollars to the bank to get one dollar bills, so he could win a radio contest with the serial number. That those conscious that used to run all the time and they'd be like. If you have the serial number on your dollar bill, we'll give you a thousand dollars or a million dollars, or whatever and he found one of those contests that he thought would pay off, so he got ten thousand singles and went through. All of them did not win. Fortunately I think. Someone stole a bunch of money out of his car because he wasn't. He didn't have it in the bank like it was a lot of times. The million dollar thing doesn't solve all your problems, but it should solve a lot of the financial ones. Yes, it should and I think it would so that I mean very tempting very tempting, but good for this family because they they did the right thing, and they turned it into the. The sheriff's department and I will say there's an extra layer on this for you and I because we could be leaving our families in who who knows what kind of situation right after today right now we're on Youtube live. If we go to youtube search for STU I'll be the first show there you'll see stood as America the page. If you go there, we live video going right now. We're doing behind the scenes of radio and borough out to leave. And Walk Out trae death defying. Stunt I duNno is the right term can stop makes it seems like it's controlled environment. This is not this is not a controlled environment. It's something that is legitimately risky but I know. That's the culture we have now. You have to push the envelope all the time. If you want people to pay attention to what you're doing, if you want people to subscribe to your Youtube Channel and what you have to do, that's our understanding anyway yeah. I wouldn't say we're good at this, but I think this. We have come every once in a while. You come across a really good idea and I think the drama here is going to be pretty significant. Obviously I hope we make it I've talked to. My wife abounded. We've had discussions with our families, you know. I'm not being flippant about doing this thing which again. We can't tell you the details of because. The wouldn't stop. They would stop it. But I think I think we're going to be okay and I think he'll be back on next week with Glenn. When he returns from his vacation on Monday. I, think hopefully I hope I cannot guarantee it. At, this time there are no guarantees in life, no, and especially when you're doing something this risky or just no guarantees so follow. Follow us on on on Youtube and check it out for we. It's on live right now. You can watch us. We're GONNA. Bring you right over to the to the the area that has been marked off for this purpose. and. Do something that is risking risking our lives. We'd have in Cardinal. Joe, Tobin doesn't care. Wow, he couldn't care less. Go ahead I don't care. How did that weekend? Don't burn a target down. This is the Glenn Beck Program. You know the last few months of really reminded us. What's important in life? It's also helped us understand what we can eliminate or change its same for business. What are the changes you have to make? Do you have a hairball of? Software programs when you could streamline with one, do have a handle on all your numbers at any time which you need is net suite. by Oracle, the world's number, one cloud based business system finance HR inventory ECOMMERCE everything all in one place. 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