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Flying High after a Big Milestone

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05:03 min | 1 year ago

Flying High after a Big Milestone

"Man. God. Will come to eagle nickel. I am Martin. Linda's kook. This episode seventy eight I'm back. From put. Episode hair, episode seventy seven. So cutting through the fog so to speak. To joke and now eating my own dog food or as a cat person, eat cat food. Creating content on a regular basis goal, again is to do five times per week, and to find a workflow for this services. Now. It's early in the morning. Trying to go, go to bed earlier amend, go up earlier, so will be able to. Fithian and you episode during the week days here, and this episode is celebration of being blogging for seven since two thousand to seventeen years and been podcasting since two thousand six. So for fourteen years, and also milestone, will my first blog on blog spot blog herbs. But vetted blogger at is now owned by Gogel back in the day when I started two thousand two it was independent blogger service, I've had now over one million views of that blog. So that's. But of celebration, so we could do that. We do would of round of applause. Those doing the content creation on a regular basis venue, could support my work by donations and funding and will soon some kind of subscription service will use a service called coffee KO. If a dashing video anywhere, what hyphen do a special episode of hurt. There you could also be anything about put, costing for example, new media and the good life, including tea, and I will include here, Michelle notes off me anything session on be sugar most mind. Group, but would be comments on Wednesday, do, especially pursuit on vet. So we will my plan is also to do more interactive. Things like Twitter. Live sessions. I've seen that you could do the session that you could have a couple of friends joining you on in real time. So I will come back with read the blog poster on Twitter's log this feature. So more about interactive and live streaming in the near future. So, again, celebrating might stone hair and continue. My work, you could support me on coffee will include in show notes so that I will take a sip of tea in DEM took too soon gin. Cheers.

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S02E04: Act with Intention with VIP Guest Chip McAslan

Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen

36:21 min | Last week

S02E04: Act with Intention with VIP Guest Chip McAslan

"The this is secrets to win. Big your roadmap to sustained growth brought to you by june san founder and ceo of zan mango brand whisper. Top brand growth driver and a former fortune five hundred executives who has been called one of the most marketing intelligent minds in the business. Find him at zen mango dot com. And now here's your host. Our june san locum to secrets to win. Big with arjun sen. Hi this is jim. I loved again. Found that winning big puts us all in a position of sustained win over time and that is where the real fun is in. This podcast is truly my pleasure and honor to have the best seat in the house to talk to leaders from all walks of life from all over the world and the reason that is very important is each one of us are different leadership winning packs different. And that's the reason these incredible inputs from these leaders who have go click different. Takes a really important to us in that spirit today. My vip guest is chip. Gasoline chip is the founder and ceo of lower solutions llc to provides full line intuitive cost effective and accurate chemical dispensing solutions for the cleaning and hygiene industry. And what these words do not reflect in any way is that impact his making in this new world we inherited without being ready for it and chip is making a huge contribution there and esteemed. And i'm really eager to know the impact making their tip. Also before this has been has held very high impact roles and in every place he has had gogel business impact. That is another team that fascinated me and some of these impacts. If i look at our general manager at night l. c. a unit a unit of index operation impacted all facets of the business including manufacturing operations in mexico and brad's distribution in canada. Uk and australia. And that's the part where his global expedience becomes very important for me too long trump i dukes corporation where he has multiple in some of the pupils are commercial leader. Floren agricultural and chemical and factor and with an impact of more than one hundred million dollars in revenue acquisition integration manager in amsterdam netherlands before that walked with kpmg in chicago an answer amsterdam and again international impact and proper business impact has been two words that we can use to describe chip chip on our and welcome to secrets to invade. An thanks for having me. On june than i appreciate the time. Thanks for the great introduction. Career pleasure is easy to read like people have actually made major accomplishments like you but without wasting any time. I really want to jump right in do level solutions. I just wanted to. I understand how you made it how it became a reality. What was the vision behind it. Yeah absolutely are doing so yet. We a lot. We'll solutions almost five years ago. Really with a fundamental belief that the cleaning and hygiene industry just needed a. It needed a bit of a boost in jumpstart the industry that had really been long neglected in terms of innovation really massively under served in terms of the right product and simple solutions to to make for a cleaner on cleaner environment. Really from a macro stamp won't look at it years ago. Says you know odyssey pre covid got more people on the planet more food needed to serve everyone the transferred urban ization and yet and within the industry we we knew that the potential for sickness was high with the existing practices and tools that existed in those our aim to to make the make the world really cleaner and safer place. So you started about five years. The four Banning full scooby. Wow so in today's world again. you know. You are the visionary. But i'm just trying to get very tactical because seeing from the kobe droid how is level. Solutions making an impact in the school ridgewood. Really the the biggest thing that we did our identified your years ago was at cleaning did not have a root in data to prove that things were cleaned and that was really the fundamental premise. That we built lot on was whether you're a you go and visit a hotel where you go in and visit a a restaurant. There was not an ability for the hotel operator. Restaurant operator to know that the dishes were clean. Your linens were clean. Your services were clean it and really sort of everything in between and if it's not that it wasn't possible right there there's lots of different ways to to gather data there but that's really what we did said well as you know there has to be better mechanisms than better tools to prove that something is clean every single time for for the safety of our consumers like us not that must've who'd in data to see his us. That's huge because any real goal. Whether i go to a doctor's office this office dench is a measurement is a benchmark and even on a lab report. They give you the norms. And you're coakley right now that you mentioned anytime we walk into a hotel. I have no clue whether it's clean. Or how clean. It is so think of measures. Are you guys putting it in. So what are some of the things that you're looking. Yeah absolutely so from a multiple places to look at it and you may have seen in some even restaurants and hotels you go and now it will stick around the front door that says disinfected in protected or or something along those lines a little bit of identification and even things that validate their line with cdc's guidelines. We do a surface product that basically do you atp tests on surface. That will tell you whether or not that surface got disinfected to a very basic feedback measurement. The you can actually put that sticker in your window and say my services are actually clean on a on a more complicated level i. We've got systems that go in the basement of a hotel for example when they're cleaning lennon's and we'll know with a real time data that load of white scott all the chemicals needed at the right temperature to clean every single time so whether it's your linens towels you're robes Gotten hotel weakened. Validate that that that wash load was done properly as well to got millions of data points of views. So you mentioning everything to standards that way. You're creating an assurance for each one of us as we visit. There's a hotel restaurant or any public place. Any plan at some point of trying to take this to directly to to see a consumer product. Where i can walk in and see clean. It's a good question announce some waves. We have the other the part that makes it a little tricky is is really the the further simplification of this to make it easy enough to use. I mean generally. The applications are large industrial applications professional linen centers if that makes sense so the part of our tagline of simple clean connected that simplification to get to a consumer level debt. Absolutely is in the. It's in the long term view and who knows with covert right and the need. The assurance that we'd like to have at home thrilling stuff can be scaled back whether it's easy enough for an individual to us right now. Not quite there yet. I i really think that's the part where what you and team doing. so important. is somehow some basic practices that we had forgotten. And what you mentioned. I love that. Is the industry needed jumpstart and you team you saw indicators and you guys didn't need cohen to wake up and some of did and i really think in that new word you know what you're doing is truly will be a huge impact again tanks for you and your team for working diligently to give the way for us guys thank you so now. Let's talk a little bit about nine. And you lead the nations in distribution in mexico canada and then in distribution in canada. Uk and australia and each country is different cultures. Different doing businesses different and then walk. Was the common thread that made you any team successful in each of these countries. So the the biggest thing we did to drive a lineman through all those were those countries in the near perspective plans with something. We actually call the goals fair. Did this my my first year run in nights and really. What would the schools fear was was. It was an open half day that we spent as an entire company. Basically shut the whole business down. No phone calls emails and actually instead of giving everybody a goals top down to the organization. We had a few company-wide goals that we then let each department. Not only essentially define their own business goals in thirteen members though we made them present those to everybody in the organization and base each department would spend an hour and we rotated through the whole organization and really what it would force them to do was not only able to articulate what their departmental goals were and how it related to the top levels of the organization but also able to help ensure that what they wanna do freeze department was aligned with every other department and give everyone the chance to say. Hey you know an open it open and honest format. Here's what we think we're supposed to do and here's how we think it's impact. Do you agree. Do you disagree and really help. Ensure that that every single person organization was number one clear with what everyone else was going to do a number two. It drove business. Accountability and individual accountability is say. I stood up when i told you. Here's what i wanna do this year. And then i actually do that over the course of the year. Now that to me think what know really is. It's not just international concert that talk about presenting goals to each other one is makes all of us feel shan owners of the business success and the three teams that he wanted out is arkie creating. That brings clarity. Because when i talk some i realize i'm not making sense. And of course you know you can't fool us after that. And that's huge the alignment with each other. How the you know fit and then also the whole concept of individual as well as business accountability as you start looking at the amazing see you. I worked with scott peck. He had put the stink of critical view because he got frustrated. That anytime you would ask people we some. I working on projects which seemed very important but nowhere connected to the company goes. He asked each one of us and a critical view to put on. Our cubes are office. These other things are working on and anybody and everybody could meet you anytime and have a conversation like you could walk into my cube and say these are the three. Why why are you working number three. How is that connected. It just created that major accountablity. But i really liked this department level process and that was huge so as talked with the common thread. That's huge. but what specifically did you change. in each of the countries to be successful. They work was different between mexico. Canada or australia. Yeah you actually used one of the one of the actually. The key words of critical few at which is fundamental really to the eighty twenty process that we ran at the organization. And if if for you know for yourself or any any kind of anybody listening in the idea of eighty twenty tickets go and look at al company. Illinois tool works supply eighty twenty as far back as the mid one thousand nine hundred eighty s an unbelievable philosophy in terms of being able to identify like you said that critical few. What are those few you know. Not just products that make eighty percent of revenue or Customers mitigate observed but what the critical processes who are the critical people who critical vendors you'll never concept of critical view is is really an incredibly powerful tool for for helping a bit not only kind of run your organization day-to-day but also To your question kind of the biggest changes were to be able to get to run this. This country's appropriately. So that is that we we did use that. Eighty twenty methodology very deeply in. And it's a it's a very analytical process and what we found was we had spent the better part of the last decade actually getting way too wide way too many product lines way too. Many market's focus on actually kind of taken our our vision away from what our business had been for about thirty years before that and it actually drove a lot of that diversification other other continents. It really got us to wide and our biggest finding that we found was we had over deployed resources in those other countries and we had gone after too many Too many old say ghosts of strapped plans pass where we thought it was a great at the end of resources and left those processes in place in really we did was the redeployed young quite a bit of resource from those other countries back into our home market in north america and actually redoubled down an innovation in our core product. Lines and really go to our top customers here in north america. So to me as you are at this point you know. He talked about eleven lucians. We talked about before that night l. c. How did chip arrive at this point of his career. What are some of the key stops and what were some of the loadings that brought you here. Yeah i'd say the the key at really. The key overall had been flexibility but honestly not really to be flexible over time. Now i spend a lot of my career in big corporations to the public corporations. We'd move three times in five years. Basically i go through the different roles in different dying in a different growth patterns throughout the organization but being able to say. Hey yell maybe i. I couldn't see clearly what the next step would be. That was opened with my my bosses my mentors at the time to say. Hey you can put me anywhere in the world. You know and i as long as it's something where you think it's going to be high growth. Run gonna learn even if it's horizontal for a year It's it's going to help me grow and be better for the long term very open to it and we were lucky enough at the time to have that sort of geographic flexibility and desire to get up and go but yeah being able to being able to move and be on different continents in the span of say. Thirty six months and take different roles. See different me. Different people beer on different cultures internationally and nationally as well to really was the biggest steppingstone from. Let's say middle of my career standpoint. Not that so you did a lot of work in amsterdam what was doing business in amsterdam light. How is the different It's a little bit of a different Right word i'm we work. We were more hours. I'd say in the in the us and i would also translate into is A dutch response that i don't think is incorrect. A lot of times one of the things that was most eye-opening i remember was let's say june july timeframe the first euros over remember. Let's say it's a friday afternoon. I'd sent a note to one of the guys working on our team. He was working on something that we needed as part of an audit engagement and i got out of office. That said i'll be out of the office until september. I enjoy my holiday moore thinking it's mid july you know. What do you mean. You're out of office September first typo ask you know is he's on vacation for the for the next month and a half and You know when he gets back the work still going to be there. It'll be fine is a customer. Really you know lot burning. Is it really that big issue and you can look back and you go. You know what you may be right about that. And i i do think the american mindset is always right. Now gotta get done. Y'all you everyone's got the foot on the accelerator. All the time and there is elements of that that the dutch do carry that europeans in general carey. But at the same time. Sometimes there's something refreshing about santa. You know what. It's still going to be there when i get back. Go on vacation. Unplug the phone. Unplug your computer truly decompress. When you get back you can take your. The work doesn't always fly the face of north american culture but it certainly is refreshing if you can just say the in that in embraced her elements of that culture and to me. This is unique because just last week i was talking to darryl ame and he wrote this book on good on how accelerate your growth in one of the things daryl taught me is every three months. He takes a three to four sabbatical and he talked about how important it is to me. It just reminded and when you're talking about in the dutch really is he will need routine maintenance dots and i really think that was such a great learning. And thanks for sharing chip. Who are what incident has been. One of your biggest. Inspirations in this journey of yours absolutely still printed the biggest influence getting joon. Joe was a mentor. Remind for several years back. Gosh on all five five eight years ago. Something like that I've mentioned that. It w and kind of eighty twenty mantra. He was the one that really. It was almost like a twelve month. Mba sitting next to jail. I'm he was. He was a consultant that we had helping us out but he also was one who based his business was deconstructed reconstructed businesses in giving give two hours in a conference room with jim business. And you'll you'll learn more about that business how to how to how to build a bigger better faster and also how to understand. People more rapidly in more depth than i've ever ever imagined and really spending time with jodie understand that the eighty twenty process and really kind of how to how to learn about a business how to put it back together better than it is now in a in a short period of time. We need his methodology. Was you deconstructed. And then rebuild it in the in the span of three months not years. So let's do it now and make these quick pivots and be able to improve thing rapidly and among other you know johann 'isms and there's people that could probably write books on. You know one thing that. I think i wake up. Talk to thinking about every single day for the last six months. He always a great businesses. Choose not to participate in. Recessions aren't great businesses. Choose not to participate in recessions. And you know that has been know something that's kept me sort of increasingly motivated through kobe to say. Hey joey said these times. We're gonna come right whether it's an economic recession whether it's a financial downturn whether it's a global pandemic the best businesses. Don't just sit and wait for you. Know for us to come out the other end you know. They start acting immediately. You know. let's shift now. Let's let's make those changes now and Let's let's be the one that the again chooses actively to not let ourselves just fall with the rest of the ships and not the great businesses. Choose not to participate in recession. And i really think that disconnects back to where we started was lava. Solutions did not need golden to make a better cleaning solutions and measures and everything else you guys looked at the whole key performance indicators and why the world needed a bigger no better solution and we go forward so chip you know based on your career if you could grass career and scripted chipanga. Go what success success. Yes i mean. I think success is sort of two full. Now it's been it's been very enjoyable to build a few things from it really from scratch and also to have jumped in and helped out some other businesses well to also share a sheet metal roofing business up in los angeles on metal products. Really fantastic legacy business. Been around for for sixty plus years in the best products in the market in the best customers in the market and being able to take some of those lessons over. The last decade biggest. The eighty twenty mantras and help Help take a great privately. Owned business in turn into an even greater fast removing agile business. That's just fun you know. And it's great to see you know the the potential start to come into organizations and particularly niche manufacturing It's a i think there's there's so much focus in in the us around silicon valley and wall street and yet there's that under there's an undercurrent always of let's make manufacturing as strong possibly be in the states but you know when you actually get down to these small under fifty million dollar businesses. There's a ton of them. A lot of unlocked potential. And really you know from a professional standpoint helping those open find the right business to really continue unlocking. that potential is just. It's it's fun it's fascinating it's in. There's great great small businesses that that need attention loved. Thanks for sharing that. So you're listening to secrets to big with ardent stand today. My guess is mccaslin founder and ceo of lava solutions visionary. Who's making a big impact in the kobe. Nineteen word this last section chip is about rapid questions and short. Three seven word answers ready go plus his knowledge school beyond the businesses. That run and i just wanted to look at you. The leader the core. What will be advised to anyone in any walk of life to be a successful leader. Sure sure short and sweet. The a mantra abused act with intention communicate with confidence. Lead with clarity. Without breaking all those down mcgann developing act with intention communicate with confidence. Lead with clarity. Love that how do you define a big win. A big win is from a business standpoint exceeding expectations of everybody in the organization. And that's only be communicated if you're the leader of knowing what everybody's expectations are getting that wide open and then clearly communicating to everybody that you have exceeded those expectations love that i also would add to shared. Earlier is a big win. Also is for five years u. n. team working on something which we need. It's not assuring the know that somebody was working on it for the last five years having a knee jerk reaction to get a dance again. Kudos to you. I just can't get it out of my system. I'm very impressed involved deck and you know you are working with a lot of different businesses. You talked about in business. Below fifty million. So what do you see as one big reason by businesses. Being through stifling creativity from everyone in the organization whether it's through bad processes leaders that just aren't receptive here. It managers aren't receptive to hear it employs at are comfortable stepping up in an offering offering advice and guidance perspective not that bad processes mostly this completely rule out some obstacles from their mind. Talk at least the word no from the dictionary. What's award not in chip station and we. We talked about the netherlands. The dutch freezes neat mobile. That means not possible. Anything is possible everything is possible and in deci baronet story you know one of the worst period where you have to sort of you have to sort of you know. Take every paradigm you've got end And be able to sort of be able to potentially modify that we're changing very rapidly right. It's just whether it's your business. It's yourself everything is one hundred eighty degrees different than it was say six months ago. And if there's something standing in your way that you think it's just not possible. This is the time you've got to find somewhere around in some way through it right now so if you could bank travel and shipping could go back in time to that young jet kiddo just graduating from high school some everything of london life. What would be one advice you would give. It makes my blood boil to say it but be patient. You'll you'll get there in time. And you don't need to overly stress along the way and i really think that connects so well with the concept that you talked about is the right mentors and you trust being flexible and being open is so important because thinks they finally you know anytime. I work with any leaders. I find that success. That is planned. And there's a process behind has the higher probably of repeated success random success. If i can put a boss. I did this. Great how do you do. I have no clue bus kendra. Beat so in that spirit and you have has such a backbone of repeated success. I really want to understand. Is there a process. Is that the first thing you do in your business for or what's the nasty new as you're winding down from your workday that is repeated that makes tip successful absolute from a process mo. The biggest thing that i do every day is five. Am to about seven thirty. Am up at five. Only emails are done by five. Thirty five forty five. The first couple of cups of coffee or down workouts done spent an hour with the kids and being able to be able to basically be ahead of everybody else at the start of the workday enables me to have the head space. I'm gonna come in and be able to be effective in presence physically in a in a good place of i've gotten up the dolphins flown for the day If i if. I have identified five. Am to seven thirty marie. It doesn't matter what i'm doing whether it's whether on vacation you know. Honestly kit up and and get the day started or or hitting the workday traveling internationally save on that same schedule that day is almost guaranteed to be a a nine out of ten ten ten a little bit about your kids so you just talk a little bit about the love to do a little bit about the names and you know. This is the moment of dad. There's absolutely i've got. I've got a newly while two kids in a new puppy from four days ago so Girl dead at home. I've got a nine year old daughter named elizabeth or live and i've got a six year old daughter named avery. We have an eight week in three day old puppy named maisy so i all all girls around the house. I'm a proud to be a girl power enthusiast with them and Yeah it's it's it's an absolute pleasure watching watching the the values that you think you try to put into the make. Just good little people and then watch them blossom into being good respect for fun just just great people to be around that it's a it's an absolute joy everyday with them listening to you. Family values is important and dax closed so beautifully india corporate world. What are one or two core personal family values that you bring in that defies chip with her. I see him talking to fight till the morning or at were are meeting the restaurant. So what's important values that defining. That's a good question. The poor guy side. We actually did something. With laval. that's may be very different than other organizations. We actually wrote our core values a few months before even set up the organization and we have a one pager. That's got a who and why and then six different core values with himself bullets. We actually say even before we start the company. We wanna know what this thing looks and acts and feels like a lot of them are pretty simple but again the the few that stand out to your question number one hundred percents eighty ratio every single time. You know whether it's whether it's being a good business partner or being a good spouse were being a good father being a good friend. That hundred percent say do ratio is paramount to keep trust high and in any relationship all said and done it and then the second the second value and it's a it's actually sort of written as such with lava is i think under the subheading of family is you know we treat the organization like a family business that when we say among other things is we take a long-term perspective. You know. we'll do things that may not make sense for the short term but from a long-term who we are we will make that decision and secondarily We're gonna make mistakes and we ask for forgiveness when you make those mistakes and we demand others Do the same in return so literally stated in our our lava values are. We're gonna mess up as long as it wasn't militia. Legal at fine. You say you're sorry and and everyone moves on because you know someone's going to be asking you the same thing tomorrow but i think it holds true in business and life is well anything else you wanted to share. So the the last thing. I would share it if there's one thing that That was from backing business standpoint. The most important thing that i think i was able to do or maybe sort of embraced or was forced into honestly maybe with the with working at kpmg early. My career Put in the time early. You know i know. It's it's tempting when you're in your low to mid twenties to y'all to to fun to work just enough to sort of get by but yeah the the environment was. You're put in forty two eighty hour weeks. On some cases you stretch up two hundred during busy season and as much as you can learn earlier in your career just soak it all up in every meeting you can meet every person you can You don't be afraid. Go up and ask questions and really lay a foundation before yeah knowledge and for just hearing the the terminology that the maybe. You don't need it you know next week or next month but you'll be able to dig into that arsenal at some point later in your career and and for me those first couple years of a being able to have a backstage pass to. He has some of the world's largest companies again with the with. Kpmg was invaluable to just understanding. How businesses work help people work and how to be successful long-term so put it put in the time early. It will pay dividends long-term now that tank. You chip really appreciate this conversation. Learned a lot. And i wish you the very best in local and journey ahead. Thank you thank. You are june Absolute pleasure yet really appreciate having me on so today just listening to check my be gas founder and ceo of lower solutions visionary. A few things that really stood out in the conversation and even though lower solutions. Initially i was more looking at. How relevant is today but what he shared with something which is broader than being a state of being solutions and he talked about how we must have route in data to see his. He talked about how they have millions of data points which measures everything from every load how it has been cleaned how much the chemicals have been removed to every details and that it what it takes so that route in data was really cool concept. That was very important. The second is shipped up about hitting the businesses to different countries. Talked about something which is nearly universal. And that's the part where are start with the business goes but then have each functional idiot have clarity goals and shared with each other and in the process of sharing three things that you pointed out that happens on. The departments themselves articulate the goals and this clarity second interdepartmental alignment and toward this individual and business level accountability. That happens simply unique. Simple concept but that i think is essential for different people have different cultures different backgrounds to work together as a common brand. Then there was the advice that is very relevant to those of us were earlier in our career. And you know he chip. Dr welby flexible the open. Find a mentor. Trust the mentor. Sometimes it's okay to move laterally. It's all about learning more adding more value and towards the end of the conversation. I really appreciate the adding little more dimensions to that. By saying putting time alina create. Don't be scared to invest early because laying. The foundation is important and finally the fourth thing. That was very important. Was that even before the company was started. Who were an why was clearly define and that started just like a family has who walked by who we are. We never changed those things. That's the core. The company score values started out of that so great insights. Great learning again. Thank you chip. Tank you on for listening to secrets to invade with arjun sen and. I'm looking forward to next week in the next episode. Bring you similar amazing insights from from another leader from another part of the world now the walk of life and then happy listening and other podcast is share review. And if you can reading to thank you. You've been listening to secrets to win. Big with our june say founder and ceo of zen mango rand. 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Ditching the Diet Dogma with Lynn Louise Larson

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

34:10 min | 8 months ago

Ditching the Diet Dogma with Lynn Louise Larson

"Welcome to live love. Engage the podcast where we share practical advice from a spiritual perspective on how you can live fully love deeply and engage authentically. I am your host. Gloria Grace Ram. Now let your light shine a mammoth stay an welcome to live loving gauge. I am Gloria Grace Rand and on the program. Today I have the most awesome lady. Whose name is Lynn. Louise Larson And she is just a leader in habit reprogramming and she sent a passionate mission to help. Women transform their life while learning to love themselves. Which is so so important in really. This podcast is all about For over two decades Lynn. Louise is help would break free of the Diet Dogma. Through brain-based habit reprogramming nutrition and wellness training in guided inner critic. Meditation I want to ask you about that. I just someone yeah just just went. Ding because that that word critic but anyway let me go out with her introduction and then I'm gonNA probably going to ask. I'm going to ask you about that. So she is certified in women's health fitness nutrition aromatherapy. Meditation Reflects Allergist and wrapping permit certification in hypnosis and she has merged her expertise in ancient healing arts with today's technology science which is so awesome. And it helps you to take you to a place. You never thought. Possible reclaiming your confidence and self long and so much more but welcome. Welcome Lynn Louise. I'm glad you're here. Yes this is going to be amazing. It really is I You know what you're reading that I was it was resonating with me. Especially now because this is going to be aired during Cova nineteen and The inner critic boy Did you hear the question? Did you Well yeah I I'm. I'm I'm intrigued by you. Know I mean you you we probably hopefully if you're listening to this. You probably have heard the term guided meditation before where someone lead you through you know. And it's a way meditations a great way to be able to relieve stress all that but I've never heard the term guided inner critic meditation. Which and I know that we all have inner critics that Ego So what is unique about Matt? How was that okay so one thing I want everyone to understand? Is that your your inner voice is really there to keep you safe and protect you. So it happens because of a situation or an event that occurred in our lie and we attached an emotion to that and that not points We created a behavior around it. Okay so just an example. An event occurs. We have a boyfriend breaks up with us or going through divorce. We attach meaning around an emotion around. We We begin to process those feelings or a lot of the time. Push those feelings down much. I'll talk more about and we create a behavior emotional eating around that right so it becomes a habit. There's also things that we tell ourselves. Air quotes in there. Things that we tell ourselves Ourselves judging around that experience in those emotions so let's say it is. You're going through a divorce and you become an emotional eater game time. Some of the voices that might be going on in your head is. I can't even keep a marriage together. I'm not good enough. I'm not worthy of a good marriage. A lot of women have terrible relationships because we tell ourselves that we're not worthy of great relationship right inside. The inner voices are really meant to be like an alarm system. Hey don't get involved with person. That's a red flag or whatever instead. They're reinforcing Behaviors that we to let go of so. We need to go inside and reprogram not voice and find a good space for her and have her use the language that empowers US instead up. Daba touches US Gotcha. So one of my boys was always. You're stupid you're stupid. You're stupid right. That's what I would tell myself so. I had to reprogram her to tell me I was smart and one way that so I incorporate my hypnosis along with my meditation to create Guided Meditation Inner Critic Oyster to Transform. Not because it's not really something that you can do by yourself. Yeah that's for sure. That's her shop to be taken down into a deep state of consciousness. Listen to her reprogram her and then bring her back to where she needs to sit in your being so that when you're going to that I'm stupid she triggers and tells you you're smart and here's the crazy thing about that when I do this with women and when I started doing it for myself I didn't realize how often that voice was telling me that until I transformed her voice and that's when I would hear her and I'd be like fifty times a day Tommy Myself. I was smart and I didn't realize how much I was telling myself I was stupid. Oh Wow that's you got like God Bell Yeah Yeah so That that was amazing and end it is it is really powerful is. It's interesting because I actually did something similar today. I've been doing a lot of work on my relationship with money and so I was in meditation today and just because something came up for me yesterday and so I just started really doing a lot of. Im statements in positive affirmations. While I was meditating and it really Shifted than something when? I was doing some writing afterwards when I was writing sort of what do I believe? And it was like something came up. That said no you need to add. I am well paid for what I and I was like. Yeah Yeah 'cause I've been avoiding the actual money part of it you know so. Oh Oh goodness where to start with that? Because so many women are relationship with ourself manifest in our food around money and around relationships right absolutely and I'm not I loved that. You know you bring a spiritual aspect to this. You know I'm not dogmatic that there's a great if you don't have it. There's a great series the complete works of Florence Gogel Hsien which can help get you momentum around money but also like love and all that and it's very old writing and she does the term God so if you have a challenge with that word God in Psalm. Just replace it with the universe or whatever and that's what it might programs. That's one of the highly suggested readings. I get because women so much so many women if we don't have value and ourselves we definitely don't think we're worth Bean paid for in salary or as an entrepreneur. Yeah absolutely though a lot almost every single woman. I work with with Am I programs has a relationship with money? That's unhealthy too. Yeah it's it's amazing how they go together and of course I've had I have the issue with the food for a long time and I am so that's taken a lot of work so so that's why I'm working on this now but I wanted to talking. You mentioned briefly The beginning as we're recording this it's got your. We was getting towards the end of April. All ready she's Thomas Flying We're still in the middle of this pandemic that were dealing with. So how What's special challenges has this create ran on Especially with our relationship with food. Because I know I've had posted on facebook page a few days ago asking. Are you finding it more easier or harder to make healthy choices right now and and it was mostly people said yes but there were a few were like no And saying they're finding it harder. So what's been your experience with us especially with your clients in particular right While we're we've already been in isolation for six weeks and there's two sides of this if you had a challenge with emotional eating and you or highly isolated you probably don't have access to the comfort right. Yeah so that might change your. You know the reality of the situation but food. Okay so I see a lot of. It's really easy to distract. Food is used emotional eating distraction feeling the emotions that you don't WanNa feel yes absolutely and so are other things. So maybe they might not be Emotional eating maybe they're binge-watching net flicks right maiden her. You know there are so many things that you could be doing can create distractions drinking too much. You know Smoking if they're smokers this is a really big time so the thing is is to understand that I've been seen the gamut to. That's it can be hard and I when this first happened. I called a global pause. I'm over that this is not the PARV but this is like we're sending it to a whole new reality now. It's beginning for the states that have been in isolation for so long. This reality is we have another months ago maybe longer. What does this mean how is how am I what? It's really becoming uncomfortable for? A lot of people bright and we've taught ourselves how to ignore our feelings and our emotions. Yeah and I know you've seen this if you're on social media media at all this Oh my God the amount of people and they're well intended but all these feeble out there asking these questions that are triggering people. Men Try it. You know like an amusing gratitude and this is something that I'm recording my podcast today. And I'm talking about distraction and they're using gratitude as a distraction. So I'm not. I don't WanNa feel south. Don't WanNa feel uncomfortable. I am going to move my attention to gratitude which gratitude I love it. It's an amazing tool and it's amazing point for joy and using it as a way to come through emotional. Eating is moving your attention perfect but if you are sad you need to experience the emotion now in a healthy way right. Yes and I see these. It was me at one point Hiding blocking my feelings down showing my feelings as a sign of weakness. I'll drive people away if I show my feelings. Let so these people that have been pushing down for so long. It's bubbling to the surface. And they're not knowing how to process their feelings in a healthy way to maintain healthy relationships so for me right now I'm seeing a lot of the occurring and not I have a free. By the time this launches my free. Coaching will be closed. But I have my program launching which is a tunnel ten We grew program that happens. Virtually and really this is where we dig in because communications commitment south integrity understanding how to process emotions in a healthy way using those ancient healing arts and meditation and the power of the brain. And all that so that they can continue to go through this because this is never going to be over. It's a transition of what's I mean. Yeah absolutely yeah yes definitely I accessories posting some kind of question about at two and you know what's going to be done with this and it's like I'm thinking it or that it's going to be go away and it's like well. I don't really think it is ever going to go away number one because like the flu comes every year anyway so this is probably still going to be something. That's going to be always there now. so it's just adjusting to the new normal and finger and figuring out what that new normal is gonNa look like in the midst of it and maybe eliminating the world were normal from vocabulary when we talk about our three dimensional reality of what we exist in right. Because it's true you never had any security you flu last year and die from so I completely agree. I was reading Article or something by the CDC and they were saying Kobe's been around this this this virus new but it's GonNa be something that will happen during flute has a possibility happening during flu season. So it is and it's like So where do you WanNa be in at the end of two thousand twenty you if you had if you're implementing belt strategies and two thousand nineteen what you did then? You're going to get the same results this year so I really like the more. I love being on podcast and talking about this because the more we come together the more lives we can transform. Yeah absolutely and move from that mindset of. We're going to go back to the way it was because it's never going to go back that way. Yeah absolutely that is the important thing to know Why am I? I mean I think we kind of talked about this a little bit but why is it that we do find it so challenging you know? Why is it that? Sometimes we feel like we're fighting against our brain because it's like they'll be part of that is like you just. Kinda like the devil in the angel on her shoulders. We Really WANNA DO. What we know is the right thing to do. But then there's this other shyness going now now come on. It's so easy. Gosh there's so much to it. But what really is our brain fighting with ourselves this logical brain right and it's the frontal lobe and it's telling us what we should do and how we can't do it but when you're approaching when you're approaching it from outside circumstance saying like. I don't have enough time or I don't have enough money. Those are outside circumstance so and a lot of women are doing when you're coming from this diet mentality this diet dogma is. You're trying to find the perfect diet. You're trying to find the right trainer. The right supplement when the Makarova's none of that is you. You need to start with you. And that happens on the inside and the power of your mind and the ability to heal your body and laying the foundation so when we're trying to change a habit. Oh my gosh. It's so there's a live in her working that needs to happen and understanding that there was an event that created the habits. And that you attached emotional emotion around it go so far back so it could have happened when you are like a child when you were six years old right. Germont Gabriel Cookie. Or whatever like who knows what it could have been right. And you've attached a meaning behind not and then what you've done ever since that moment is reinforced that that works and the hobbit gives you a temporary satisfaction a relief from the reality. But what is really happening as your experiencing that emotion you distract from it and it increases be dissatisfaction after so then you go back to it. And it's a cycle of continual sisal so really breaking that cycle and reprogramming not swear the my new hypnosis and the power of the mind how the brain works science to play. And my because of that you can take and condense this ten year journey and attend weeks and a so important to me to give women that momentum and that's around money that's around anything like so give them that momentum because we sit in a struggle and none. It's painful for us and this journey doesn't have to be painful. I know I know how it is like. I am one of the things as we. We do that. Money story is so attached to us like every single woman. I work with. It's that money story. I'm not worthy of investing into time or money. Yeah so that's the one thing I address in my programs. Like if you're saying you don't have the time or money now you're sure as hell not can have it. You know a year from now. You got to invest in yourself now and that's the only way you're going to get over it because really everyone is working at the capacity of their capabilities. Right now they don't know what they don't know can't do it alone right so there are so many inner Laki Ways to move through this changing habits but really. Your internal brain is arguing with itself. And so you feel like every time you err quote fail when you're not failing right. You're being sabotaged by the Diet Industry. Because they're the ones that are telling you you need the Diet. They want you to go back to their dieting. You're you're you're considering you're fighting yourself saying oh I can't do this. I can't do this right. So you are arguing with yourself and it needs to happen within you when you cure an hill yourself from within everything else falls into place makes everything else work. It's it is amazing how that happens. I've definitely seen that in my own life because it is. It's I've been doing a lot of work like the last few years and it's like it seems like it's just really just getting number one. Actually it's getting easier because I still and that's one thing I think I wanna make point is that you're never going to be necessarily like cured of this. I mean there's always going to probably be something that may trigger you like And and you you may still kind of fall back into that but I found at least at least this is the my experience is that. I'm gotten so much quicker a catching it and say okay. Wait this is really what I want to think. As is the way I believe about myself. Do I want to keep making these and I can shift it now whereas it might have taken me years or you know or something now. It's getting to be months or days or hours. Depending on what the subject is about it. Were minutes even and I can say that's not what I want to do. So that's that's the hopeful thing I think for people to realize yes as you so ninety percent of the people that are listening to your podcast possibly are working from the lowest state of consciousness which is thought so they're allowing their life to be led through thought right as you move up the consciousness scale your and a higher level of consciousness. But it doesn't mean that you have all the answers right. Yeah more aware you have a bigger vantage point over your options and how to move because you realize that thoughts are illusion. Yeah you're no longer saying thoughts or fact or thoughts or my reality your passed out. You'd move past it you. You understand that they're lesion. What's real is your ability to think and therefore you can choose thoughts that you think. Yeah not makes his whole journey that like blows the lid off of. Oh I can heal. These hearts can go deeper next time. Yeah there's no time in our physical lie though we're going to be finished with this work right. Yeah exactly yeah. That's that's the thing and but I I will say that the the more work you do on yourself that it does get easier. And I think that's that's the part that it will get easier. And so you can become more resilient and I think that's west the really great part about it and so and just remember though to always just be kind yourself about whistling that that is not where the inner critic cubs in right. He's always telling you that you can't trust yourself but I think you're absolutely right. It does get easier but there's also this is the value of having a community. Lean on and having those mentor to support you and I feel and this is why. There's the spam barred meant of people coming out on personal profile at us at our profiles and social media saying you. The trigger questions is to allow you to get triggered and come into their community where they can help and support you and whether it's me or you. Whoever they find that community is going to be more valuable now and for the rest of their time here on earth because things are not going back and we don't want them to act. Yeah that's for sure. Yeah now we WANNA come out of this better and more self aware and more globally aware to I think an an off. Just how connected we truly truly? Are you know we blamed well? Sometimes you know we blame social media and some times we also then praised the Internet. How it's brought us together while now we're we're more separate yet an more together but I do think it's really helped. This whole thing has helped us to just see that. What's important is relationships. And so yeah absolutely right. You know being a part of some kind of a group. You know working with a coach. You don't want it's way too hard to try to do the stuff by yourself and it. Y'All just keep bumping up against a wall time but if you've got support that will make the journey so much easier. We as leaders like I have coaches. Yeah Oh yeah every I yeah being that A lot of times during situations like this people can start experiencing physical pain because of their lack of ability to maneuver through emotions and hiding them and pushing them down and one thing that I tell people if you are experiencing physical pain. There's you can go onto your laptop and you can kill your news feed on facebook and I did it quite a while back so that when I fell on days to do my work and stuff I don't have. I can't see anyone profile wonder. Updates are now my phone. I do Rien Que. A majority of the people that Uninvolved after that I have is friends are either clients or Mike Group or you know so. It's not that there's so much negativity at times out there that killing not newsfeed. I Tell People Hardaway first thing source of your experience physical pain turn off the news. Yeah Kill Your. Don't go onto social media that's GONNA be triggered into those brain dots and has your feelings. If you push down will manifest in the physical body. Yeah absolutely yeah. The the mind body connection is so strong. That's something I've learned over the years to actually just even last week it was like my back went out and normally I would go to the chiropractor and so instead I said okay so back. What are you trying to tell me you know and of course I. I stood down to still did the things that you need to do. But it was like really. I took some time to kind of say okay. What what's going on and within a few days at all. The pain went away so I was able to just kind of work through it by just asking questions and just maybe realize him need to take a break. A little bit and rest. Maybe I'm pushing myself too hard and you know and also also dealing with some working on beliefs and I think that was art of some fear was coming up for me. The EGO is a you know what are you doing? You're you're trying to you know. Control Mayor or change me and and and because change is what a lot of times. I think that's where this ego comes from. It's like when you try to change. It's like it almost starts latching harder preventing wanting to say no. No No. Don't do that because it's trying to keep you safe right. You're absolutely right. Yeah and women will. Fear is held in our Abdomen an arse leaned in our gallbladder and our stomach in our antenna. So it's an IT's related to food so a lot of the times when women become uncomfortable when they're not processing emotions and going to emotional eating they have this air quote sensation of hunger. That's not really hunger discomfort in their lower abdomen. Right where your stomach? If you truly feel hunger it's GonNa Happen more under your rib-cage me. Your stomach is right balls identity like oh I'm hungry. I feel a comfort down there. That's not really hunger. It's where we're storing our emotions us. Our Gut is our second brain like every day. Yeah love belts and but we say I'm triggered. I felt as I feel uncomfortable as hunger where it's not really but we hold so much of our anger below our belts nouns For me I held it under there for so long that I ended up in emergency surgery. Oh Man Yeah and you know but it's true if mammoth thoughts and I don't want women to get to that way no want let's solve those issues move this start releasing stuff absolutely absolutely you know an isolation if they don't know how to release it in a healthy manner it's GonNa below the top. It has the potential to destroy the relationships right now every day but even more so now we really need to come together and you know. Learn how to process those properly. Yeah definitely I so appreciate all of the wonderful stuff. You've been sharing with us today. It's been amazing You mentioned that you get this group program. So how if people want to be able to find out more about that as well as about you. What's the best way for them to do that? So my the doors are open for my ten week program from April twenty third and so- maze third at midnight. They go to my website. There's a link there in your show nuts. I know I gave you a link can register for that. I have a podcast which the Diet Dogma. Hod Cast That has free. It's free coaching right. So then tap into that I do have a group on facebook Dechy dieting and overcoming emotional eating. It has opened every they can get that through. My cosmic are the cosmic Valkyrie. Fan Page. They can get there if they friend. Any whatever are they can just google. It will come up. It's also late to my website which is the cosmic Valkyrie DOT COM but I opened the doors. I only opened the doors for my program A couple times a year and they're all reopened for. Whenever I got the Dow note how many days it should be open. This time it's twenty third the third So getting in there and I have a pay at once and payment options and stuff. I really like this is A Labor of love I truly over given it but it's all about helping women really transform by go through an experience that they're able to walk out a a completely empower cosmic warrior that they came here to be an embody and understand. They can create anything that they desire. So those are ways that they can find free training pay training anything like that and I also I do one on one clients but those are more My one on one sessions are hypnosis One last thing before I let you go. You mentioned. I love the name of your website so the cosmic Valkyrie so What is there's gotta be a story behind that that? So so first off Larsen Doppler Nutley you know biking unlikey name now the vowel. 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What The Tech Ep. 433 - Google Gets Into Game Streaming With Stadia

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What The Tech Ep. 433 - Google Gets Into Game Streaming With Stadia

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You if you are you, Andrew usually. I'm in a hell's own right now. There's this issue this beautiful, by the way, this is all set up so beautifully in studio. This is like a real deal radio setup. And I it is not really set up at this moment to be doing. We're doing which is amazing. We kinda talk about the technology shifting along the ways, but Paul is sending v necks. Call into our main studio in queens. I'm in Los Angeles. I'm sending via Skype onto another computer. That's across from me here, and that's sending back to queens to a Skype computer into the. You know, you're not making a good taste for distributed gaming. Andro man, going to be it's going to be a very interesting conversation. Now, I'm Paul going to do a lot of the explaining here because I was in and out of the event Google just had an event for people who don't know for streaming gaming essentially through a multitude of different devices in different formats, different availabilities. So this is a very interesting time. And this is something that Microsoft has been pushing this is kind of the future of XBox in in a way, right and essentially all gaming. This cloud computing concepts. It's not something new we've seen it for a long time. We've seen it attempted early. And this is Google stab at this. So we're gonna talk about this, obviously and a whole lot more stuff. But I wanna remind everybody enjoy the shows that and I do I'm going to be recording a lot of the behind the scenes stuff of this setup that I'm in right now in a a breaking this down. And I think what will do will combine that video and then posted on patriots. So we don't really suffer more with this entire process. Let me see if I could show you guys another shoddy. So this is kind of my my view into things here. So I'm gonna be doing a whole breakdown of this machine. Here. This console and everything else that we're doing on patriot dot com slash what detecting Joe the show, you could fund us over there and take it out. I know the audience press because I'm on Skype right now. But hopefully, we'll get everything fixed an extra the end result. Once the studio set up so Paul let's go into this event. Okay, sir. He'll go into this event. So we have suspected for quite some time that Google was going to announce a game streaming service, possibly, some hardware. Our last week. There was a a league of controller design, which they did really era announce it wasn't clear what form this thing would take whether Google intended to be the backbone for mid tier and smaller game makers, you know, who can't afford to have their own networks like EA and activision light have or whatever or whether they'd be kind of a pure, play, cloud based competitor to Microsoft, ex cloud, and whatever Sony has coming next and. Now, we know. So the Google stadia is the name of the service. It was code-named yeti. Yes. Stadia? And it is goals Gogol is taking on Microsoft ex cloud head to head, and they made an interesting case for a couple of things, you know, the scale of their network their ability to have edge nodes in air where people are that that that will benefit them from the late and seer connection speed perspective. They talked about their streaming tests right of the assassin's creed odyssey game last fall where they were able to Chievo up to they said ten eighty p graphic sixty frames per second on different types of devices. Interesting and they promised that with stadium. They would be able to hit for K sixty frames second in at some point eight K one hundred twenty francs per second. So we'll see and the idea here is that, you know, in the same way that with cloud computing, you can kind of scale your deployment of resources much more efficiently in the cloud. They can do so with gaming. As well. And you know, you buy a console and twenty eighteen or whatever and nothing never improves. It never changes. It never really gets better in any way. You know, more games come out. But you're limited to whatever the technical abilities of that thing are whereas with a cloud service. You know that stuff can be improved on the back end. You know, the other thing that's kind of interesting about that is a problem. I have seen on the XBox. For example, with Xbox One digital only I buy all my games online. Download the console I play the I've never bought a desk. Never installed a game from a desk. But I've noticed I mean, many many times day one comes along. I install the game takes forever. And there's an update and that update is as bigger sometimes even bigger than the game up date that if they could be tens of gigabytes, fifty sixty gigabytes more over a typical internet connection, it takes a long time before you can get into it. And so on the cloud. Those games are updated once up on the back end. And you just you're streaming it. So you got the new code every time you sign it. It's an interesting idea. You know, I think anyone who lives in a rural area anyone who lives in a place with bad internet. Anyone has ever tried to stream game, you know, using a previous service like on live or whatever kind of understands the pitfalls here in some of the problems, but Golez a a pure cloud company can approach this from that perspective. They know it's not going to be for everyone right away. They're not going to have an on Prem solution like console and they're gonna go after that on Anson. We'll see I think if you live in a a lot of western Europe, if you live in a big city nited states with fiber high end cable connection, this could be very interesting. You know, I mean, I guess we have to see it, really. You know, there's a lot of stuff they didn't announce major partners in the form of game studios. There were none other than it software to don't actually consider a major studio, frankly, they talked about having first party games didn't discuss any of them. And they talked about working with her party publishers as well and didn't announce even one of them except for for it. So a lot of questions you have to kind of take a face value. Nobody has this thing in hand yet. So we can't really evaluate it. But I would say overall what they showed off looks promising and they were far less conserve. Than Microsoft has been led say about the possibilities of this kind of technology and how fast could take off. So essentially, if we're going to break this down the concept of playing real time, you know, low late virtually very very low latency games on on a chrome browser is a very high goal, but we're going to be able to play different devices. Also, right, right, right. Yeah. They talked about PC's and Macs. I think Lennox is well Chromebooks obviously chrome OS Android devices. And smart TV's is well, there weren't a lot of particulars about how that latter thing is going to happen. But yeah, they want they want the game to be everywhere. You're going to be this Google Google's kind of quirky company. And some of the things they do seem a little weird. And some of them are kind of innovative in ways that are just not obvious. Right. So one of the neat things that they're doing is the let you play the. Games on whatever control. You might have what you know, depending on trillion might have that works with whatever device, but if you buy their controller he connects directly to the service of a wifi. It maintains the state of the game your position in the game, and so forth and maintains an understanding what device you happen to be playing on it at the time. And so if you were say, we're using it with a computer like, a laptop or whatever, and then he walked around your house, and you have the big screen with atop box of some kind. And he said, well, I'm going to play over here now, and you can make that switch on the fly in the game switches over to the different screen or on the flip side. I guess you could be commuting to work. Maybe take a train or a bus. Whatever might be. And you could you know, pause the game, and then pick it up again while commuting on the smaller screen with controller attached and just kind of keep going, and it's you know, speaking generally, this is not a new concept. You know, the ability to pick up where you left off. Is something we, you know, Microsoft talks about with between PC's phones is something that apple offers with hand off. It's something we have in the XBox space in a very limited way with some XBox play anywhere games. Right. We complain across the platform between XBox console and windows. Ten PC. And you know, it's a good idea for all the obvious reasons, but Google not only is kind of implementing it in far more Broadway, which is just interesting on in its own, right? But also. In a seamless way that connects to the cloud and uses that as the, you know, the connectivity piece where the hardware that the the the controller. Is the thing connecting directly to the end point in the cloud. It's it's an interesting idea again, you know, we don't have to test. But it looks it looks interesting. Yeah. I wanna take a moment kind of stuff away from that. Because this kind of goes into a much larger discussion as far as what the future of gaming consoles are because if Google is able to do this and you're able to deliver via browser obviously or even a chrome cast this tiny little box and all you need a controller. Hardware now becomes a very different discussion have and I kinda wanna touch on that. Because this if this worked, right, let's say Google's able to pull this off, which that's the hope if this works. What does this mean for myself and Sony? Well, Microsoft is creating a very similar system. Right. So we Google all of a sudden we know much more about what Google plans to do. Microsoft is coming out with a similar cloud infrastructures called X cloud for now, it will have some other brand whenever they complete it. They tend to have same sort of cross device compatibility, right? Which is obviously useful and interesting. They haven't talked about the specifics of state management, and you know, that kind of stuff. And so we'll see what that's like like, I said, I mean, Microsoft kind of innovated in the space a little bit with XBox planning. Where obviously that informs what they're doing going forward. I mean, they'll have something like it. Microsoft is also one of the few companies that has the infrastructure that can compete with if not exceed what Google can do. And you know, we'll see I mean, there are different ways to kind of measure presence when it comes to cloud computing, and whether you have data centers or Google talking end nodes, which are not the same as data centers like a data center, probably has multiple nodes or whatever it is. I mean, you know, they're kind of mixing apples and oranges when they compare themselves to Microsoft. I mean, actually when it comes to cloud services. I don't believe that anyone is well distributed Microsoft is. But they're obviously using a lot of infrastructure for other things as well as Google will be as well. You know, we'll see I mean right now, while we dealing with his promises, you know, can demos ideas. Just it's just talk. And so we have other gaming events coming. Microsoft may say something more this week as well. E- three will come Sony is going to announce whatever they announced certainly PlayStation five, but I would say the one thing that the Sony Microsoft into a limited Centene intendo trio has to offer that Google doesn't is a a vast history and video games in existing customer base. Most of whom are very loyal people who are playing games today on dedicated hardware in Microsoft's case, not just on XBox. But also on windows PC's and the ability to kinda mix and match as they go forward because this game streaming thing will not work for everybody. Frankly, it's not gonna work for people again with high highlight and see that internet connections. Whatever it is. So Microsoft has. This interim solution that can offer Microsoft has the potential for collect hybrid solution. Right, which they offered today to enterprises who have servers that are on Prem and cloud services that obviously cloud. You know, we'll see I mean, all of these companies have their own experiences in our own capabilities to kind of fall back on Google, certainly has the infrastructure and the science smarts. But they absolutely don't have any experience in gaming. I mean, they brought in to kind of high profile people from the gaming industry. I mean, congratulations. I mean anyone can hire a person, you know, like. We'll see I guess we get it. We got a not too over the top excited about this. Because it's just not a proven thing. You know, it may ultimately, maybe it's something where you live. It works. Great. Maybe where I live. It's like it doesn't work. You know? You know listening. All right. I wanna take a little break before we continue and thank our great sponsors, and that's rocket loan. I'm a big fan of the service a big fan of this company. You've heard me discuss it for the last couple of weeks. 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Go to rocket loans dot com slash what the tech. That's rocket dot com slash what the tech all loans are made by crossover Bank member FDIC, so Paul. Let's I wanna talk to you about hardware. A little bit is the potential of service like this game service. Like, this could I mean, we ain't Royd is a very popular platform. Millions and millions of people have it around the world. Could they start utilizing a little bit of hardware processing, I know this is an Android, but it could just be any on the phone. Make that the peace. The could. And they should frankly, you know, I I think the problem with that is they would need to maintain multiple code bases for that. Because they'd wanna do it everywhere. Right. He'd wanted on IRS you'd want it on windows MAC, Lennox, you know, and then you get into kind of a tricky situation where? It becomes very complex for them. I their approach of doing it purely from the cloud makes sense on a number of levels. I mean, one of the ties back to what I said earlier. I mean, it's just that's Gogel is right. They they are of the web they came up when you know in the web, and they've that's the world. They've always lived in. And so they view everything in an online sense, you know, and that's for timers. You know, it's kind of weird. I mean, I don't it's weird for me. Even though I never ever not once would play my XBox offline. Right. I only play online. If my online connection has gone. I am not playing on the XBox. And so and yet, but I still has an old timer kind of look at this stuff. And I think that's kinda weird that you can't, you know, you have to have this internet connection for this thing to work, you know, so. I obviously that's the trick. But they're also pulling on like, I said, they're decades of experience with this kind of stuff, and I think more important or offering some interesting future cystic, but interesting looks at how they could end some of the problems with videogames today, especially on consoles PC's, right? Where either you can't upgrade the harbor in the case of a console or you can do it on a PC, and it's expensive or complex to do. So in order to get better capabilities in the form of higher frame rates, better graphics HDR. You know, whatever it might be once you put something in the cloud. It's essentially infinitely, scalable, right? And and that's true on a number of levels. Right. It's true from just the capacity that they may have to deliver something from them to you. It's true of the processing power, and the I type stuff that they can apply to the back end. And. It's true of the updating thing I mentioned, which I honestly is a huge deal. I mean. The ability to update a game. It's not actually instantaneously. But let's say essentially instantaneously is an astonishing benefit for the same reasons that that's true in cloud COO competing today. You know, and in the old days if you had a billion people around the world using office, and you found a security vulnerability in office. You would have to roll that thing out. And hope the people got it downloaded at the promise. Lows. People aren't online a lot are there. Computers may not have been configured to download up dates or whatever might be you could never ensure that it happened. And then you have this mix of different configurations of office out in the world. That's just for the one version, you know, there's multiple versions of office as well. And so with this new model does one master version up in the cloud, and when you fix it fix at one time, they blast out, you know, again, not actually instantaneousl-. It's you know, this is pretend sensually instantaneously in everyone gets it immediately. You know, you've. I see this on Google news. For example, a lot will be on their page in the corner. They'll be a little it's like a little dialogue in. It says a new version of Google news avail by does have to refresh, you know, and you refresh the browser page, right? Which is sort of what you're going to be doing in this game. Right. And the thing has been up dated up in the cloud, and that's it. And now I'm in the new version, and they can they're going to do that to gaming. I mean, there is a. I would say a legitimate innovation there. You know? It's interesting now, I I miss some of it because I was trying to deal with this. Cock the studio here, but Paul that. That's that's a very New York word. I don't know you guys in Boston. Yes. Yes. I so I kind of miss parts of it. Did they talk about partnering with hardware companies? What like how are they going to deliver? This let's say on an apple TV or on an X box. I I know that that's that's not a possibility. But maybe on a fire TV they deliver this platform. They didn't not specifically they specifically mentioned windows PC's, max links Android Niwas, I believe and then it's smart teams. And smart TV's was kind of a big thing. Right. And so smart TVs to means to me means two different things the TV's themselves which have built platforms right for apps, as you know. And then the setup boxes you also reference like fire TV Roku, apple TV, whatever. So there's nothing stopping Gogol from releasing an app on all of those things. And I'm sure that they will. I you you could argue there's nothing stopping them from doing it on XBox, PlayStation, Nintendo. I guess other than the fact that those app stores may have some rules against competing services or something. I. I'm not sure I don't actually think that they do because I know there are things like. Electron ick arts origin is it origins. Or whatever has they have a service. That's you know, kind of complimentary it's like separate from XBox live. But it's their own thing. I mean, so it's possible. You could put it on a console, but they I should say that you know, they talk specifically about putting it on TV using chrome cast. Maybe that's their TV solution chrome cast ultra rights so chrome cast Alterra can stream sixty frames a second four K HD. Are your TV supports those things actually believe it requires an Ethernet connection to make that work, by the way. But whatever you can make that happen if you want, and maybe that's going to be maybe that's there. Maybe that is the extent of what they feel. They need to cover the other thing. Crocus ultras not keep device. It's seventy bucks. Yeah. Yeah. It's a seventy dollars setup box that essentially is not a set top box right yet. It's I get I get in the grain scheme of things it's not that expensive. When you compare it to one hundred forty one hundred and fifty dollars. Apple TV, four care or one hundred whatever it is now, but when you pairing into a fire TV or Roku, it's not definitely options in the same price range, and those options include boxes with remotes, and dedicated user, interfaces and stuff that you don't get with. Yeah. For fisher. So I'm into spitting couple of things one. Did they discuss pricing at all? Okay. When they release this thing, I'm an -ticipant that they're going to give this thing away for free. If you sign up for three months ago ultra so that was the rumor there was a report in one of the gaming sites over the last couple days than -ticipant at a lot of what they just announced. But one of the things they said, the Google didn't say was that. This thing was gonna be free now. What is Freeman? I mean free like, you know, the services free, obviously have to you can't you're not just going to games for free. Right. So you you must have to pay for a game to some capacity. So or maybe the all the opposite. Maybe the games are free. But the services not I I mean, there is an argument to be made for a service that you subscribe to like like, you know, online which on this right to one extent. I know that there's a little messed up. But what if you just spend, you know, fourteen dollars a month or twelve ninety nine a month in you have access to X amount alive of gang. Right. Right. So the the XBox game pass model. Yes. I mean, it's hard to speculate about something like that now. And this might be why they didn't mention it. Because we literally learned nothing about any games that are going to be on there. Other than the new version of doom, and that one acids creed odyssey game that they kind of test marketed last fall. So yeah, we don't have a lot of information about the actual games. Right. Which is you know, one of the big components. And if you're if you're familiar with the way the video game world works today. There is a a kind of a controversy frankly over the viability of different platforms based on their unique content. Right. The first party games, in many cases, or third party games that only here on that one platform is consider. By many people to be one of the defining characteristics of these platforms writing, so Sony is considered to have a good ecosystem because they have a lot of that kind of stuff, and Microsoft is considered not to have a good system because they don't I personally disagree with this assessment. But you know, whatever those two consoles those two ecosystems have different strengths and weaknesses, and whatever they they're they're obviously competitive at a technical level. So. We don't you know, how does Gogol factor. I mean, they don't right right now. There are more games on Facebook than there are on this Gogel thing. I I don't know, you know, unrelated to this. There was a new story today about college duty is coming to mobile phones, right smartphones. And apparently it's been available since December in China only. But now it's coming to the United States and western Europe and other places, and this is what we call it an on Prem game. You know, it's game. You you would stall it to the phone. It's on the phone the assets of their it looks to be about like XBox three sixty level graphics, which is great. But it's an online only game. Right. It's multiplying multiplayer. And that's interesting because this game this one game, which is a shooter and requires high frame rates and everything can run directly on a phone today and probably work pretty well. Other than the fact you need to figure out a way to get a controller connected to it and all that kind of stuff, but is going to have anything like that. I mean, it doesn't have to be called duty specifically. Although yes, kinda does have to do specifically. But there are a lot of game series. That are like that. That are the it. Modern shooters battle royale games, fort night, and apex legends. And pudgy whatever they need to have all that kind of stuff is mind craft going to be on. There are all the big EA sports games going to be on there. How about bundling your other services with it? Right. If you sign up, we need access other services. So if I'm into Google ecosystem, and for you to YouTube TV, and I'm paying for their music, therapists on paying for whatever, you know, individually. This this is just another service on paying for essentially, but this ability to kind of bundle everything into one. Right. You know, people want Microsoft to do the same kind of thing. Like when we think about a Microsoft three sixty five subscription lot of people say, you know, this can't be complete list. Includes XBox live maybe XBox game pass that kind of thing. Yeah. Sure. I mean, Google being Google. There are integration pieces with their broader ecosystem. Right. There's there's gonna be stuff in there where they call them craters. It's the wrong where game streamers, that's all. They are the creators of the people make the games, those people creators, I mean, the guy's making honking sounds on. Soundboard will he plays a video game and people sending dollars? That's mean, that's insanity. But it's I'm sorry. They're not creators. But whatever this a lot of people make you know, a lot of money doing that some way more than. Yeah. Yeah. So sorry, if I begrudge them that a little bit. They don't create anything, and I actually work for a living, and I make nothing, but whatever, you know, the there is a community. Those people on YouTube YouTube is one of the top tier game streaming services. It's not as popular as you know, twitch or some of the other ones, but it's it's up there, and obviously YouTube as a tremendous infrastructure, and they're building stuff into it that allow game streamers to interact with their gamers who are watching them viewers. Right. But also allowing viewers who are watching them to buy the game. They're playing jump into the game potentially at the exact moment in the game where that person is an experienced that part of the game. And that's kinda cool. You know, there's there's a kind of a weaker level of integration with Google assistant. The no. Ocean there being that as many people play the modern game have experienced, you know, you get stuck somewhere and you pause the game, and you turn to your laptop computer, and you type into Google search, and you're looking for like a walk through of whatever the level is in those things are out there. And sometimes they're on YouTube, and sometimes they're text description walk-throughs pitchers on the web, and they're going to integrate it right into the game. And into the platform. I should say is actually going to be a button on their controller for the Google assistant. You can talk to it. Just like you talked to a, you know, a Google home, speaker whatever, and yeah, that's fine. I mean, I it look if you're on the one device that you have that's a neat thing. Although it's pretty easy to pause the game and switch to the browser. And you know, look that way. But I I don't know for me personally, especially I'm sitting here with a computer next videogame ex to me I can pause the game. Turn the computer. Do. The search have the two things on screen at the same time. Right. Which is often helpful. So that one to me is less interesting. But I get it. I get why they're doing it. And I guess by building it into the platform. It gives game makers the opportunity to build that stuff into the offering. Right. They could make you know, fischel official walk throughs and so forth. I don't know. So let's let's break down what this means for apple. You know, apple has a very different streaming service event coming up, and I think the timing is very interesting for a lot of people. The fact that was now doing their own streaming service on the other side of the gaming platform. But this kind of opens up another discussion regarding apple and the how they dropped the ball on possibly seaming gaming and gaming via set-top box. The original concept for the apple TV. The the new generation right was to have this funding game library brought over that's existing on the phone that kind of, you know, kinda become like a secondary gaming system for them, or or a competitor to extent. And they did nothing with this the best game that they probably had was duck tales, the remake really gonna see me remake that was phenomenal. That was great. Okay. And that was it nothing chicken, which the. Chicken thing with chicken crashes road. What was called the angry birds? No, no, no. It's it's like crossing route. Yes. They demonstrated that I think at the launch. Yeah. I honestly I sort of expected the apple TV gaming thing to take off a little bit more than it. Did. Right. I do think there's a healthy market out. There of casual games. You know, remember, I don't know if they offer it, but Amazon had a game controller that they sold at the fire for the fire. Tv they tried to do a little bit of gaming push. There's a gaming thing going on Roku. You can turn that controller sideways. It looks a little bit like a Nintendo controller, you know, star will. But it's designed to work that way. I don't know. I think what what Google is doing in gaming is very similar to what apple is trying to do in video are. That's what news. Yeah. In the sense that conceptually because they're not just. Allowing other content makers to come to their platform their hardware platform or they're a west platform and make their own apps. Right. They're not just trying to crawl them into a single interface that makes them easy to find. And is good for users. They're actually creating content themselves. Right. They're participating in the ecosystem. Right. Apple is going to create its own content goggles gonna make its own games. And that's really interesting. You know, I actually it's it's goofy. Because I kinda criticize apple for doing what they're doing. I don't think it's smart. I in some ways, I almost believe that apple could be more successful doing video than Google can be doing video games. Gogel's service requires them a much vaster infrastructure than what what apple is doing, you know. And and the I feel like they were talking about it, do I think he said. Yeah. He said the clock competing already transformed music and movies music and video, okay. For enough. You could make a case. It's also transformed things like book reading through e books and audiobooks, you know, radio through podcasts. There's a whole thing going on there. But you know, video video games. I there's just so new to this. I don't know who they attract, you know, hardcore gamers are going to stick with their PC's. If no people who like consoles or want that in a lot of times, it's going to be for that vague while you know, if I had to play it off line with my kids, you know? Okay. I mean, I just really curious. How well this is going to go and are like I said there's so many questions have literally announced almost nothing when it comes to gain making partners. Because they probably don't have in line. Right. I mean, they had any green, you know, major brands with one. I mean, you know, they had a couple of names of they work with two of the big game rendering engines, which is great it should be relatively support existing. Exactly what it is. It works. Great. And it'll work great. And all it'll be everything that he wanted to be because they're not testing in rule. You know, whatever USA that's the problem. Right. Especially if you may have you may have great internet connection. But what happens if you have twenty millisecond, latency or pain? Yeah. They're in your own. Okay. So then your. Oh, I see. Right. Okay enough. So you if you as a as a. Just just you at your home network. You can have a hundred megabits one hundred megabit. But if you happen to have some sort of latency on that device with the network, you're going to say this thing sucks. I sure I, but you know, when you think about Google is a company and think about some of the win little things they've done, right? Google is a company that's done something like Google, fiber sort of fits and starts or Google fi. Right, which is their cellular connectivity in. Both those cases what they're trying to do is optimize that part of the experience for its users because they can't rely on the quality of the network. It's the reason they made the browser in the first place like the browser was a bottleneck for them. They felt like they needed to make their own. And so yeah, I like this. It's not going to be good for everyone for sure I'm interested in who they pull in. They're gonna people are gonna have mixed results based on the stuff, you descend some other factors. But I don't I'm just I just don't know. It's such a a weird value proposition. But what it's what it's March. I mean, we've got. Google coming up. I would expect they will talk about some of it there. That's in may. And then in June is a three which is the industry, you know, the industry's big gaming show. And so I don't know that Google's ever played a role in three before the seems like the obviously are to do. So. All we can do the way that I see Paul is a okay, are they gonna have street fighter on this thing? You know what I mean? Well, that's the thing. Everyone's I said gonna have call of duty on this thing. I mean, everyone's going to have that game or games where it's like, I I'm not even going to have a discussion about this until I know what the says, I mean, having doom on their whatever some, you know, maybe we get the we can look at UB soft. What do they make Sassus creed? I think they make they make they associate criteria. They make the far cry games. Maybe I think that's what we saw. I don't know. We'd have to look up. They make whatever games they make. So are they going to all of those games going to come into the goal? Yeah. I don't know. No one knows outside of Google right now. We saw it's amazing. I mean, it's it's a mate is a big risk. If a if a company's willing to take that risk, obviously, Google one of those companies, but who also has a terrible history of starting projects and abandoning. You know in in bright, do whatever, you know, Google Google PLUS's one that they just could not get right? The the the list goes on and on. I mean, I just I always know. I heard I heard that. Oh, our long from everyone on Twitter. You know, I think and I put up a poll on if you saw it. You know, is this going to be the next big thing for Google or something they walk away from in tears, and I even know some ninety percent of people says can be something walkway from its ears. But if you go back and rewatch this event, which I will do I think what you'll find is that right up front. They addressed that problem implicitly in other words, no one from Google stood up and said, hey, look, we know if a bad rep, we often start these things we sort of walk away from them. You know, I don't think that in the case. Well, Google plus arguably, you could make the argument there were going after Facebook and Twitter, and it was kind of a big deal and fell flat whatever so they felt at that fine. But they the way they talked about the service right up front in the potential for. For gaming. The potential impact on Google from sort of a revenue perspective was enormous. You know, they they said this is the next big thing. You know for us. They seem to elevate it above the state of something like, yeah. If we make stop making phones tomorrow, no one's gonna notice. What's the big deal? Like, I get the feeling they see the potential there. And they're serious about it. And but like, I said, you know, the proof is going to be when we can use it. So there's no. All we can do kind of talk about what they talked about. But I mean, it's kinda hard to say. I I think we'll only know will only know when when it when it actually works or doesn't work for them. But it is interesting to look at Google as a company at this moment because they're doing so many things have the hand and everything, you know, everybody's essentially services business rate. That's what everybody's become Microsoft is a services business apple is a services business and Google who's been a services business. But there was spending into realms that they have never tried. But when it comes to gaming, it's a very no tolerance for fixing community. If this thing you're at a hundred percent, you can't do ninety eight percent with this kind of stuff, especially when it comes to latency, and and to be taken serious. It's a very vocal group of people on the internet that don't have the patience for Google to work through issues. I I don't believe there. I mean aside from like hate groups in white, nationalist, or whatever I don't think there is a group on the internet that intolerant. What's that? Is that how you rank them? Yeah. Pretty much the next group down gamers, they're just intolerant. Right. And and that's why I kind of looted earlier when I was talking about the the. I forget the exact term for this content. That is unique to your platform, they want there's a there's a really aggressively vocal group of gamers who think that if you don't have first party IP that isn't available anywhere else. Your platform is crap. And it goes to the point where Microsoft say, well, we have a bunch of that. But it works across XBox and windows, and they'll say that's crap because that's two platforms and two Microsoft, that's one platform. It's xbox. But you know, the the just like they're just intolerant of this. And I someone actually uses loves and promotes XBox? I don't understand the complain. At all, I, you know, like, for example, this actually technically probably isn't even true. But actually, it's definitely not true. But she is it anyway, you know, a game maker could can make a game like college duty, and they can put it on PlayStation and XBox because Xbox One. X is technically superior to the PlayStation pro. It's very easy to make that game. Look and run better on the XBox. So the fact that the games available on Sony or even on intendo. It doesn't impact me as an XBox gamer. The fact that the XBox plays that game better. Does you know? But but that is not part of the conversation for these people because that games just available everywhere. So who cares? So you run into this is going to be some hate. In the long run. Well, this okay. First of all this is the game. Was that this platform of gaming to extend beyond what we have like, do you see Microsoft adapting this kind of aggressive streaming gaming in? I know that. No, this is it. This is the end game. This is this is where it's going period. Microsoft because Microsoft makes consoles because Microsoft puts XBox on windows, and these are legacy platforms that have user bases that. And they're streaming is not ready yet. They can't just come out today and say, hey, forget XBox. That's the past the future is all clad streaming what Microsoft has to say is there will be both. We're not gonna D emphasize the hardware. We're gonna have new XBox consoles would not going to emphasize windows. We're gonna keep supporting that platform, but we're going to be working on this other thing, and yeah, that's true for very temperate time. I think the cloud gaming thing is going to take off really quickly. And yes, I like I've said many times it's not gonna work well for everybody, especially right away. Get but I think this is going to become the mainstream way that gaming platforms are and it will transform XBox into a services based ecosystem it will happen to Sony. I don't know Nintendo's going to do. But if they expect to stay in the game and be anything other than a nostalgia brand they're going to have to do the same thing. And and here's Godal, and there's gonna be others Amazon's gonna get into this. Business and probably others. We don't know about. Where do you see? What percentage of people would you say right now this very moment. What pretender people will have a positive experience, and what percentage will have or or what percentage? Do you think will have negative experience which streaming service this from people that would be interested in a service? That's hard to calculate. I mean, the first thing you need to figure out just talking about the United States, for example into something prior research. What's the average internet connection speed in the United States, right, obviously? This could be a big Gulf between the haves and have not, sir. People have fiber who are lucky in certain areas who live in big like New York. We have let's choices. There are people like me were kind of in between where I only have two choices. And only one of them is any good. And it's okay, you know, cable, whatever. And then there are people in rural areas who don't have any good. You know, any anything good, really? I mean, they're they're working off the cellular connection on their phone. Maybe you know, those last mile people that just get kind of left in the in the lurch. And so then the next thing you have to look so there's the audiences right? But demographically from internet connection, I guess, but the other thing you have to look at just like the gaming market like how does the gaming market breakdown and not just in size. But in enthuse. Z as among engagement, right? Because there are a lot of people watching people play video games online. Those people are probably playing those games as well. My my son tells me he watches this kind of stuff because he wants to learn techniques that he can use when he plays the game. Right. So just from an audience size perspective is a console market. That's a certain size tens of millions of units. If you added up together, it's a hundred and something million their PC gamers that probably hundreds of millions of units and very in capabilities from really high end rigs that are complex and expensive down to more basic PC's. And then is a way bigger audience of casual gamers who are spread across online services like Facebook, but mostly on mobile devices these days like I phone, Android, phone, whatever, and they're playing those little jewel games, or whatever, you know, farmland whatever on their phone standing in line. They're playing word with friends, whereas friends, ornamented, whatever they. They probably don't even think of themselves as gamers, you know. And then there's a tiny little sliver people play games on apple TV and stuff like that. But. The cross section of those people. It's kind of interesting the smaller markets, like console gamers tend to be pretty dedicated to the console, you know, PC gamers tend to be aggressively. Dedicated to the PC as a gaming platform into that world, you know? And this is why asked earlier like I I don't know who they hope to attract here, right because casual gamers don't think about gaming platforms. They have a phone and they download the app and they play the game. They don't really they're not thinking in terms of Google's doing this from. I mean, they don't care. So I don't know how they reach those people, and that's the big audience hardcore gamers are kind of fixed in their ways. You know, you might have some XBox gamers who would consider going to play station vice versa. But. I don't know. We're not looking for new less powerful consoles, you know. And I I am I don't know. And then, of course, even if you found audiences within those groups of people who were like, yeah. I would give this Google thing. Try, you know, then you have to find the ones who have the acceptable internet connections. Not just connectivity. Speed like you said from latency perspective. So what is y'all must need to kind of figure out? What that is. I don't know. I mean, it's it's some cross section of people. This is gonna work for. I mean think about it this way under like. Apple has a really dedicated user base. They are going to have some level of success in video. I have I have no doubt about it. Just because of that user base. They've they've had some level some small success in e books. They've had a great level of success in in music in cloud storage. Great success. You know, what they haven't had great success in video games? Right. They have a game center thing. I think it's called now on I s which is supposed to be like XBox live, which has gone absolutely nowhere. Thing for a while. And I do who's who's it's nobody point nobody pointless. So so if I guess with with their connection with their audience if they can't make that work. I'm really curious what Google why Google thinks they could do it. I don't think Google has this connection with people. When it comes to entertainment. Right. I mean, we trust Google for maps to get us around. We trust Google for search Fisher, we ask Google just trust gogo when we have to ask questions in want the answers, we think Google has a nice kind of computer science thing going on that we we you know, for based on experience. I think biolog- most people you trust them can tolerate them. Whatever you kind of get the understanding that they're going to give you the right answers and send you in the right direction in the most efficient way, whatever it is. But you know, gaming I mean, or let's put it in a different direction. I mean, do people use Gogel's books service Google play books to the us goals video service, and I don't mean YouTube. I mean, Google play movies and TV. I I don't think. So right. I don't really think that's a thing. I don't know. Youtube. There's no. Not loyalty. But there's no driven from people to be you see fanatic now on the apple side, right? I guess it. Didn't attic nece, Seton, gauge user base. That's engaged. Very interested in the hardware and software. Very committed Microsoft to you see that on the Microsoft side. You've made a career with us. You see in Microsoft productivity services. Right. So Microsoft has spent now maybe two decades or more failing at. Entertainment. Right Zun, XBox music grove is a movies and TV thing on windows. Nobody probably knows about that used to be experts video that's not available on mobile. You know, I mean, I it's I don't know there have been at least eleven permutations of XBox being important again on windows, not really, you know, going back to win J before there wasn't expo before XBox direct actually think about when they brought halo two to windows back in two thousand six it would run on windows vista that was the end of that snow more of that stuff. After that. I mean, I just don't feel. They just don't have that connection with people. Now XBox obviously has some connection XBox in many ways as failed in the sense that it's the the third of the big three, and it has been ever since its inception. But there is a low this loyal audience there, and it's tens of millions of people. For sure there sixty four million people paying for an XBox live gold account, for example. Big compared to the one billion people in Iowa. So the two point five billion on Android or the one point five billion on windows. But it's it isn't engaged audience. Right. I mean, I is something to be said for people who are willing to spend time and money on your platform. I I don't see Google gets this. I this is my big question. I I mean, I'll try it. But. Listen, so ally all I'll do it too. Because it's kind of I'm kind of into this. I'm very interested to see how Wella works because this could lead into other things it's amazing because a couple years ago when Netflix was dominating and who's dominating. This is reminiscent of people having the discussion of who's gonna who's going to give up their DVD player. Who's going to give up their Blu Ray player to get a lesser quality thing over the internet. A lot of people weren't putting into account. How bad the experience would be bad internet because buffering that existed you had that ability for a real time game that that's multi-player d-. I think this just came up with you. Maybe last week we were talking about Netflix and off just speaking aloud I sort of said. They used to have a DVD service. Right. And they did, of course. And I I subscribe to it. In fact, I originally I subscribed to blockbuster videos DVD's service because you could bring them back to the store and get more DVD's. Right. That was it was kind of cool. There was a an integration between online service and local facility, which I thought was really neat. It's L get DVD's from Netflix believe. Okay. But I don't wanna get DVD's. The point was at the time that was the service, right? And then when they started the the digital service, we talked about this. Remember people forget now, I think not just the DVD service, which I kind of have forgot. But the the fact that when Netflix started out it was garbage, right? If you wanna see how garbagey net flicks was look at an app like to be or crackle or something. Like that. That's how bad it was. It was literally a place where Directa video of what will not call directed. Digital movies would go to die. And so you'd have some small celek. Action of decent Halloween hits. But mostly what you had like ninety three percent of ninety five percent. With is garbage. Sludge was terrible. And and when it happened a lot of people said, this doesn't make any sense if I play DVD it's perfect. The whole time is no glitches. There's no internet. Connectivity. Goes out of can't watch it, it's fine. And then what happened over time? Of course is two things one that video service eventually overtook, and then dominated the DVD service to the point where Netflix trying to get rid of it remember, and I think that the service. And all of a sudden, they changed. Netflix Scott better. Right. And they didn't get better by buying more content. That everyone else had like the same movies and TV shows they got better by making their own content or paying for their own content. Right in the form of great Netflix shows, which all of a sudden now they're one of the best. If not the best place for original content near shows like narcos, and and then a lot of international content that they brought it. So this is a bunch of stuff there. So things can change Netflixing actually a really good example because not only has net. Flicks changed the nature of its service. But the service went now using the dominant service was garbage when it launched. It was terrible Arab. Now is there as much? Time for Gogel to establish themselves as a gaming powerhouse. I don't think. So I don't think so they're going up against some companies that have a vested interest in space and decades of experience in this space, primarily Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo. And I look Gogel could I still feel like this this Nintendo thing that someone needs to pluck that Microsoft or Google or Amazon or someone should partner with that company to bring them into the twenty first century, right? That intend maybe is not necessarily interested in hosting all their backend, infrastructure and doing all that stuff. And maybe they need a partner and that alone. Would I think be big bump to somebody? But for the most part. Streaming or just just having streaming illness. Both. Because this this Skype is driving me nuts. I didn't hear. Yeah. Let's call both. So I think Sony and Microsoft are both gonna take the steps they need to make their platform successful. I worry about Nintendo because they're quirky. Do it their own way thing has his work for sure, but it's also kind of diminished the company a little bit. And I think they could have much bigger success. If they they think too small it, you know, Nintendo sometime in the past year was like, you know, what we've moved to slowly into mobile, we're gonna put a bunch of our stuff out of mobile, and it's like. That's great. But seriously, you gotta look to the future to it's not just mobile. You know, this cross platform stuff. I think is really important and. Case. I think the the failure of the we you was about to change that for them. And that would have had to put them into the Rex. But they've had such success with the switch, and again, remember a lot of it is actual success in and functionality with the other's perception plays a huge part of this. If people had come out and said, this wasn't that great in reality. You know, they don't have a lot of titles. They're not. They're not. Ten eighty p. It's there's all kinds of things with it. But life is terrible. If you're using it on the road, but people the perception of this thing is that it's way better than it was expected. So people will now talk about and I'm not actually really liked this way. But I'm not talking switch. Here's a top Paul. And I wanna get your opinion on this. If if Mintenko would say, you know, what we have all these titles from the N, E S, and SNES and all these different things. What Nintendo from having streaming service that you have access to all these games in real time because it's a tiny tiny. How big are these files? Okay. So what prevents them from doing this? They don't have the infrastructure to make it happen. That's what I mean. They need to partner somebody to do it. That's what prevent the. They've just moved to slowly to kind of embrace the future they cling to the past a very traditional values. It's kind of a Disneyland company in that way. There. You naked cool like, I don't I don't begrudge them their whole vibe. But. They could have seen much bigger success getting their games on mobile than it did releasing the switch, and you know, the age of. Differentiating on hardware, which is the kind of battle that Microsoft and Sony have been involved in. Just differentiating uncorking and the unique capabilities of your own console. You know that can be used with a screen or not. And you know, is is Nintendo. And that's cool. But this cloud thing like, I said, this is this is where it's going, and I guess the threat for Nintendo here is that they end up like Sega or like a Tari where what they have is this legacy body of work that at some nostalgia level is sort of popular. You know, you can always carve out a new bundle of games and put it somewhere else, and some people will buy it kinda thing, but you know, intendo is an ongoing concern, you know, they need to they need a way to move forward with not just the all stuff with their late with their new IP and Microsoft's doing it and Sony's doing it and Google doesn't have anything. I'm really curious about that. But Nintendo's not doing it. And I don't understand it. And so. I don't know. I feel like Nintendo if they're not careful they're gonna get left behind. Something interesting. I wanted to touch on before we wrap it up. And this is something I've spoken about. How streaming services would take an advantage, especially with sports and stuff on soapy announced today, you have it on actually yesterday you have it on throughout dot com. And I found this interesting. They're gonna be offering multi view angles for PlayStation view on the apple TV. This is kind of sports in my opinion. When you sign up for a streaming service to allow you to have multiple camera views where you kind of control what's going on. What do you make this because I'm very much interested in because I really think this is the fourth Brock? Yes. So I first of all I think this is an awesome idea. Apparently, this is available already on PlayStation for I don't use the service any more. And I never used it on the on the console, but good idea. They were smart to tighten the March madness. Right. Because that's the type of thing. We'd want to have maybe four basketball games going at a time. It's neat. It's like watching the red zone or whatever. It's a really good idea. I, you know, this another thing that's come up a bunch when we've talked about these cord cutting services as one of the things you lose when you when you leave cable is you don't have a single remote that works with everything. And so everything has its own way of doing things. So and so if you put YouTube TV or directtv now or PlayStation, VUE, whatever it is on a Roku or an apple TV or not Amazon fire TV device. Whatever it is. You lose the ability to do simple things like co back to the previous channel right in many cases. Maybe that thing does exist somewhere. I just haven't seen it personally. Whereas all cable TV remotes have a you know that button that let's go between the last two or three or four channels. And that's like that's when you browsing around TV channels or you switching between the two football games that are on or between, the whatever number of NCWA basketball games are on this month. That's what you want. The commercial comes like click any right back. Right. And you lose that on the consoles with these services because placed well, actually, sunny does ever remote. But let's say like YouTube TV doesn't have a remote. Right. That works everywhere. Right. They don't have a remote that works anywhere. As it turns out. I think that kind of thing is missing and needs to be figured out by the Roku of the world who make their own remotes right that they need to have that functionality built into the remote. And they need the cord cutting services to use it. But this thing is a perfect. It doesn't work in all scenarios. But for sports in particular, the ability to have multiple streams going at the same time, which I guess you can mix and match between recorded Joe's and live shows. And whatever it's cool. It's a. It's it's great idea. What did we have before like pitcher and pitcher basically, I mean? Yeah. Yeah. And that wasn't able to work. Right. You needed? A it was like a special thing to do in the early days a picture in picture. Pro-trump picture was always like the dream like you have to separate input. So to kind of test it, you could have something like a like a DVD player playing in the little window. And then your TV was coming out through the big window. And you could kind of see what it looked like. But the truth is you never really had that from pitcher experience. All right. Let's wrap it up guys. Again. I'm in right now, I'm working on the studio. We're not gonna do to bonus show. What I'm gonna do? I'm gonna record a couple of video clips while I'm breaking this whole thing down and putting together and showing you the end result. I'm going to upload that if you want access to stuff like that that we do last week show people really loved it. And they want to suggestions one. It's Paul Andrew breaking down a conspiracy theory and taking the facts into fiction out and the other one was what the hack people really liked our life hack concept. Okay. And then people wanted you to do a finance show. I saw that. Somebody was working binding financial. Listen, you'll never meet anyone less qualified for that than me. My wife would very would be qualified for that. But no, I am. Simpleton? We're coming up. We're coming up with some extra stuff for patriot guys. If you if you enjoy the show, obviously, go to patriot com slash what the techique of fun to stairs little as one dollar per episode for all things Paul going to throttle. I'm hateful. You're going to be in New York next week. Correct. That's right. Yeah. If you're in New York, well, first of all we're having that event. I I don't believe it's full. So if you want to sign up for that you can do that. And that is at three to four pm it start texting such four goes till five or so, and then we're having a meet up at revelant home west on Tuesday, March twenty six at six pm that anyone can come to if you're in town or nearby wanna come in. Please do be there. Brad going gonna be there. Mary Jo will be there. 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Verizon is charging more! #021

GNC Week In Review

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Verizon is charging more! #021

"This week from GNC week in review power by geek, new central. There's a rumor that there's going to be a cheaper pixel. If you want upgrade activate a new smartphone in person that Roy's Waddell store, you may have to pay extra Facebook is in trouble again. Plus, plenty of tech tips. Those are some of the tech new stories miss week and it Saturday April twentieth. Toy nineteen money is Kirk Corless in twenty one of the GNC week in review podcast, part of the tech podcast network. If it's tech it's here. Thank you so much for tuning in this episode, and I do apologize DiPoto been posted yesterday and published near podcast feed yesterday Friday my team, but due to on preceding circumstances were bringing episode out today Saturday April twentieth. So please be sure to subscribe to podcasts we can find on the right hand side column at GNC, we could dot com. Be at apple podcast, Google podcasts. Your favorite podcast for Android or onto Knin Spotify, Stitcher. Get connected with GNC W I R, B it social or Email at GNC weekly dot com forward slash connect. We're going to jump in with a TEK news from this week and from geek news central dot com. Than first off is in the smartphone. News block on Monday. A teaser on the Google store promises. Quote, something to be something is coming to the pixel universe on may seventh which is the first day of Google. I o it is possible that it would be the pixel three eight and three X L, which is which would be the cheaper versions of Google's pixel flea pixel three flagship to be released some time to summer Google's teaser paid extremely vague. As most mostly an ad for the vendors and game do Al on April twenty six complete with an adventures theme vendors theme, Gogel Google logo and a crossover video ad for the existing pixel three and the new movie Stephen hall of the nine to five of nine to five Google. Even claim he heard whispers when may seventh release date for the pixel three a few days before this teaser the pixel three and pixel three X L or supposedly stripped down versions of Google's existing goo listings. Existing flags of smartphone. The latest claims that devices will have oh L E displays he snapped dragging seventy and four gigabytes of ram there are couple of things to note, the mid range pixels were poorly have the same amazing camera as the most expensive as as the more expensive pixel threes and the mid range devices improve on the flagships with addition of a headphone, Jack. Of course, the real the real question is of the pixel three and the three X L. So we'll keep an eye on this. And report anything comes to officially Bryson has simultaneous simultanously slashing increased activation, and upgrade fees, depending on how you process a transaction. According to. See net and reports posts online you now have to pay twenty dollars. If you upgrade your device activate a line on the couch website, where the my Roy's an app that's ten dollars down ten dollars from the prehistoric dollar fee for service. However, if you walk into a store or call the company's phone line upgrade activation. You'll now have to pay forty dollars. Instead, a Ryan spokesperson Bryson spokesperson described personal and over the phone transactions as seen that as a quote full service experience and a writer who posted a news claim to work for indirect store. Instead employees aren't getting a pay grade pay upgrade skews me despite the higher fees just over a year ago LG announced the launch of its software upgrade center, a the silly designed give customers around the world, quote, faster, time leader operating system and software updates. But as computer world computer world revealed this week, it's been three. Eight hundred seventy one days in center opened and it's done pretty much nothing. It did roll out Android Oriole to the algae g six but only nine months after Google it's now been two hundred sixty five days Android pipe Gan rolling up pixel advices and LG's software software upgrades center has yet to update a single one. This is the vices with the exception of the Joe L G G seven one which required update with Google assistance as part of the Android one program. Elsewhere the G G five only got Android Oriole, thirteen months apps. Release six months the g six apogee got the upper upgrade while the g v forty launch without launched with the outdated Android, eight point one Oreo and still don't have that pied despite the model launching after Google after Google release at version, I have some tech tips. Speaking of Android. Some tech tips beginning with starting in the we're finishing up in the in the smart. Phone slash, Android. Block. There's a link up in the show Slough have under with computer from Computerworld dot com. The best Android apps for organizing your life. There are there are any do. It's organiz organiz your due to do list. There is trello raking organiz your products. There is organize your notes. There's ebony things need remember from brenham things you have Google assistant. So I will link up on show notes on how to organize your life with some really cool decent apps that you can check out. In the video gaming news block Sony's working on a new PlayStation, console last October company, president Kennedy era Yoshida said it was quote necessary to have next generation hardware after he plays. Asian for pro suddenly has been understandably hush-hush shifting the spotlight towards its next batch of exclusive games such as days gone dreams. And last of us last of us part two there are some there are some facts about the PlayStation five or whatever Sony decided to call its new dating. It's new getting box in a interview with wired system architect, Mark Cerny confirmed that he confirmed that the new console powered by third generation AMD Reisen CPU with eight cores Bill on the company's seven seven NM zen to micro architecture. It'll be paired with custom GPU build on AMD's radio navy family. That's ports Ray tracing. Is a high which in an advanced lighting technique. Currently limited a high and giving PC's and some firm some form of Mercer three d audio the PS four accessory will also support AK graphics, and he said we'll ship with an SSD will ship with SSD accelerate rendering and Reuss low times. According to wired Cerny illustrate illustrate this point by booting up insomniacs spider Spiderman game and showing how fast how will times can't produce can be reduced could be reduced from fifteen to zero point eight seconds. The new system will have similar architecture to the PS four it will therefore be backwards compatible with PSE or PS four games and support. The current PlayStation to be heart. The are headset Cerny stopped short of confirming new headset or hang of the services available in the console. He did state though that would accept his go media. Just like the PlayStation four and plays. Asian for pro. It's unknown. When Sony will talk about the PlayStation five or whatever it's going to call eventually. Epic games is introducing introducing skews me extra security measures to protect user accounts in account security update. The company posted it said it said it's rolling out text based multi factor authentication in the future. In addition. The developer will start requiring Email verification for new accounts in the future. It didn't apple it. Didn't it didn't elaborate on why to comment they didn't elaborate why the widely common security measure was made wasn't implemented firm star. But it's all out is probably response to recent button attack that create that created millions of accounts using Email. Spam online epic is currently in the midst of the ACA being those accounts spuds encouraging anyone who signs up and finds address already in use to reclaim it by reciting their passwords, the company also started making user passwords secure by comparing them against how I've been ponies database before applying them and finish up in the video gaming. Lock over in the verge dot com. There is set. Fifteen game streaming services, excuse me. Fifteen games during services, you can try before the announcement would stadium. That's the video gaming streaming service up in the show notes. There's plenty here from steam link PS four remote play the XBox, apple windows. Ten remoter rain way. So it was a long list here to check out of like show notes from diverse dot com. In the video shooting news in half. I get the words out in the video streaming news blocks several minutes of blurry avengers and game footage had leaked. The footage reveal some some significant plot details and gifts screen shots and descriptions, they're all spreading across the legs of Twitter. Read at now press and critics have yet to see the film. Everyone vob with the production has had to sign. I ran clad nondisclosure agreements. However, does he has shown critics ten minutes of footage US and around twenty minutes in South Korea. If you're worried about spoilers or fuse takes the are few steps you can take to reduce the chance of seeing them on Twitter. You can you can you play. A key words from the section of the privacy, and saving settings you might opt to install a browser extension that carbs content related in search related uncertain. Certain terms on whichever sites you happen to visit. Youtube is testing a new gifting feature in super chat. They function on the video stream function on the video site that lets viewers paid Pinna comment on implores, influencers, influencers wives. Schrimm the company said it's currently testing a program that grants a random group of losing other existing to premium subscribers free super chats to interact with their favorite creators YouTube premium subscribers started receiving two dollars worth of super check credits to support creators and influence during a livestream Android police spa. The credits and Ryan white head of gaming the R N A R at YouTube also confirmed via tests on Twitter premium subscribers will get the two dollar credit monthly but won't accumulate. According to end, ROY police, a YouTube premium subscription cost lemon dollars ninety nine cents per month. Stewart chat launched in twenty seventeen is available only for creators with more than ten thousand Scribner's YouTube takes. The creators to cry super chat prophets and in to ramp up in the video Xuming news. Blocker is a more. Few tech tips over on make use of dot com. There is the the best seven the seven live sports streaming sites. There's boot TV Fox Sports go embassy. Sports sky, go red bowl TV, watch ESPN and be in sports connects link up in the show notes that you can check out. Also, if you were a court cutter of a up in the short in the short link up in the show notes on the essential apps for core cutters for Android, and there are this is rom make us dot com. There is just watch Bobby. Subscriptions TV time did angel watcher rave and link up in the show notes. You can check out. Out and finally in the video string news block, every new show movie on Hulu coming may twain, nineteen Lincoln all the tech tips in the show notes in Google news. Google has agreed to pay the Louisville metro government three point eight four million dollars over the next twenty months repair damage caused the city by ill-fated, Google fiber service. The money will be used by local authorities to remove the company's infrastructure from these rows and to repave, an answer repay repave areas where needed after service ceased operation, Louisville's metro chief of civic innovation and technology, grace symbol says quote, infrastructure neighborhoods and public properties affected by Google fiber will look as good or better than they did before the company began construction alphabet, Google's parent company announced the service be ending in the city back in February the comes. Problems in Louisville stem from decision to his cabling just inches. We believe beneath the road service in part because incumbents like AT and T attempted to block Google from showing us utility poles. And fortunately this quote shell trenching method meant that the cabling became exposed and damaged over time. And eventually, Google fiber decide the end service rather than to have the builder rather than to have building tire network. Google Senate Thab ury lessons learned from the failure abusing such set of using such show trenches have oriented have quote, what Google said quote have may have already made us better and our other Google piper cities. The service remains available in sixteen hundred cities, including San Diego, San Francisco Austin and Seattle along with paying to repair the city's rose Google has also contributed one hundred fifty thousand dollars to the city's two digital inclusion fund which provides refurbished ca. Pewter to those to those on low incomes and helps to prevent cheap internet to residents in public housing. Google fiber's general manager, Mark Stroman said quote, discontinuing service in Louisville was a very difficult decision from Google fiber. And we'll we'll end we will be and we will forever. Be grateful to may to mayor Fisher and his team for the commitments residents Louisville and their dedication to driving in an connected and digital digital inclusion across the city, the mayor excuse me, Louisville metro grace thermal says also says content also says quote, it's clear that Google fiber's presence in Louisville lead other providers step up and increase investment in Louisville. And that was good news for consumers. Elsewhere, consumers, everywhere Facebook's, there's more problems with Facebook. And they just keep coming coming and just recently revealed that Instagram stored millions of passwords in plain text. Then effort to forces social subscriber in excuse me. Get more down ROY Tonton. I'm sorry. In an effort to force the social network that more concert privacy of its data privacy practices. Federal regulators are reported looking for ways to make Mark Zuckerberg personally accountable for his company's shortcomings, according to the Washington Post. The FTC regulators investigating Facebook or going over the company's chief preacher statements on privacy to figure out what they can use them to seek greater oversight was leadership several federal agencies launched their own probe into the massive cameras Atlantica scandal after exploded in two thousand eighteen that was one of the that was when one of the political consulting firm employees or veal that harvest millions of Facebook users data without her knowledge and used a political purposes at the moment the social network is under investigation by the FTC and the FBI the securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice department. In trending or from GNC, w I R was trying this week in this normally would be over on CNN dot com. And to be honest. I never heard this group and I'll link up in the show you can check out. This is from CNN dot com where this group T s breaks breaks YouTube records with you with music video. And I never heard the song either were video boy with love spell L. You've as so apparently, this is the video which went live on YouTube Friday at two AM Pacific time became the platforms. Most viewed music video debut with seventy four point six million views and the first twenty four hours. So I will link up in the show notes. And again, I never heard this ban. But wasn't trending. I figured wasn't trending on YouTube. So you trending on YouTube. Gives me, but I figure I put us in in the west trying this week also this week trending this week on Google trends the twentieth anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting at number five and also finally with Twitter training with the hashtag, Mike, Scott and ten point seven thousand tweets and finally when n Ganda took an exclusive look at the Puma fi soft lacing sues or square earlier this year the company t's upcoming beta program for those want to try to luck. Well, the time has come between now and April twenty eighth. 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How The Holiday Season Can Skew The Market | The Trade Tribe | ep 002

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How The Holiday Season Can Skew The Market | The Trade Tribe | ep 002

"Couple of bands and began to thrive time to put the team. Because we go and live. Well all your money to work when you re allies too much money to be made between you and welcome to the trade truck aren't welcome. This is the trade tribes season one episode to my name is topics they're monitored invested as by no means an expert every week. I'm looking to learn and bring my tribe along. the trade. Trump is a trained community and show and controversy making the tribe wealth. This is the show is our take on. How analyze the marquess but we things will happen and how we make plays on that as well show our learnings between our training group chat and our weekly recorded calls wanna see every young adult bar. Tribe thrive so make sure addison instagram twitter youtube at the trade. You go start with the check ins today. We have myself hero. Tarek and billy keith. If it's a sale of some up and how week has been. And how's things don't you but put up party people. The goat herself become the legend. I also house all week. Been weekends. Then i was well over here. I just got a house. Damn kids damn kids catch up a race cena race long week. Oh they're going through has been a long week excited for the weekend. Sunday you man. It's sunday i. I was in surgery yesterday. So i was pretty much tied up talking with families and stuff but for me is just another week Trying to get people acclimated. Shame people not wearing a mask just the basic stuff. I definitely feel that same for me long week on friday for like i'm getting the hang of my job so next more time dedicated to this though i'm looking forward to it are see this week's mean of the week Ghosts to myself again. is basically a picture dad. Give this kid. His stimulus check antonis but he has a machines by causing puts. This actually says echoes. I put my entire system. Let's check into the stock market. Of course i use my responsibly. Made some prophets off let the point is to save the money it just put into stuff. I found this funny ad. What do you think about that do this if this was a me with american airlines in april ninth. Man i may. I made a little bit of coin that day but the dropoff series like i think i made a profit eighty percent and lost twenty on some. Let me hold on. let me that. That's me that is i. Am you and your meal kit. I'm telling you they've billy on. My fault is true. I started in july and put every dollar to my name to try to flip it on may work but i definitely don't recommend that for anybody. This team has a it like you. Might you what you're seeing right here in. This name is a two percent. Two percent chance like the total population. Only a few people could throw their whole check. Like imagine you at home sitting at the crib thinking to yourself. You know what. I might eat robin noodles for the rest of my life but i'm about to go all the way like if that's your situation don't do it. Don't do go like take calculated risk. That's what we about. That's that's that's that's name of the week now for the lesser of the week. This week will be talking about indicators. Biggest questions that people ask is how do i know when to get in or get out of a trade. A lot of people just follow the news or does followed by their friends but honest esser is one of the great ways of north winds enter. Exited trade is to use indicators and just to show you the odds if available online. We're going to check gogel on. What does it what isn't into indicator. What is a ten cool indicator and the best place to check for information. Knowledge or information is investment pedia. Go definition busy. What they're saying is a indicator is basically a pattern based siglo produced by different aspects of a security or contract than you traders used to follow what is gonna happen the market and use it to predict the future price movements and basically. That's pretty much Things that you see on platforms like think or slow as you can see over here indicators are pretty colorful things that you see on my screen that are not the candlesticks A lot of platforms offer this as ways for traders make better trading decisions on some of the ones. Don't do it like robin hood. But some other platforms like they can swim. We will provide some indicators and that's one reason why choose those or robin hood needs of the td ameritrade also offers. Charles schwab offer really good analysis tool yup. Yup those coming really handy to help decide on wednes- best to enter or exit trades on some of the most common ones being are indicators mac de indicators in bullard bands on the biggest thing to note is that these are all based off cryer on stock price information suggests previous prices volume and things like that and they help you give an indication indication of what could happen in the future. A lot of the expert traders the followed or seen or talk to do use indicators to help them with their decision so for new beginning trader indicators are great place to start i personally Utilize a couple of the mexican. Such is moving. Averages are basically moving average is on average that changed over time all of the past of a period of time of the stock price so basically if the stock price at a hundred the moving the average at the time of the past ten days might be ninety five so stock price is above that suggest in this example of apple but with the moving average the is moving because every day or every second every time period it averages changing as you're moving to tap the time period forward along with the stock the stock price in the current timeframe. These are useful. Because they give the kitchen of how stock is performing over the past few days and can indicators simple ways of looking at the moving average is basically say okay if a price is above average that means it could be trending upwards or is over doing better than this past few days or if his below in my be trending downwards on these are great knickers determine if it's a bullish or bearish movement on the next one being bollinger bands on as a casino mice game. You'll see these two different lines here off that kind of creates aband- around the stock price and this much is a extension of the moving average. Basically what it does is it tells you what is the ideal range of where the stock price go as a standard deviation from the average the current. can you just as standard deviation. Gotcha me a new. And basically what you'll notice is that typically the stock price does not move outside the to band with so this is a great tell you where where what is the furthest. Stockholm move encouraged his current price as well as the average Tells me where is a point to exit such as this high and to get in such as one of these lows and the next one that i use is the are scientists which stands for the relative standard index. and basically. What this does this tells you are based off of tells you the how it promotes the change in the price compared to previous highs and lows so basically if you buy stock of what is telling you which is large size this indicator right here is telling you. Wa- point is this. Oversold or revile are people too much binding way to So middle And basically what you do is add these two levels of seventy level in the thirty level on thirty being oversold overbought oversold. Then the seventy level being bought this Tell you okay. This might be a point that the stock might reverse at changed direction as see here. Once the stock broke above the sunday line it starts crashing over so it was over by then. Add to a senate off selling off a hit. A low client around this levels. Third level was looking to start increasing reverse slightly on dan. Hold true to the end but basically in the moment was tell you that the stock was oversold. might be a good points And those are just some of the indicators that on other ones being the be won't be as kostic but allow those could be looked into in the More sleep trading stop on. Yeah that's pretty much. A crash course on indicators on any any question things at bells now i think that was pretty good. I would say i would like to see in the future like you setting up your indicators or sending up your bandwidths i think that'd be a pretty cool learning experience definitely. Those are very easily follow youtube. It will take a couple of times of mess. Rounding on movies indicators to your liking on but those are all easily available. But they're really future contacts future stuff for us to talk about specific anchor in how we set those up with as and on next topic will be our week in review. This week was another crazy week. Basically the stock market was down again. The weeks straight basically if you look at the s p five hundred which is checks overall performance on the five hundred best stocks in the stock market. You will see that. Since september second third ish on the stock market has been dropping of dukes. A huge selloff on loppy were optimistic about the stock market rising recovering from its earlier crash in march following. Covid news on this past few weeks especially last week. There's been a lot of Sellouts major tech on tech company that other stocks due to loss of faith in the stock market as well as accessibility issues from tech companies with a lot of major Apple microsoft the typical banks making up a percentage of sap. Bob hundred when those stocks drop that pulled down the whole market average a lot of to some extent a certain a fair amount guys will happen through last week. it was crazy because a lot of my Last trip for two thousand and of course mean mostly into cash position and yeah onto act that is burying new sfjazz as the supreme court justice on passed away unfortunately in that causing a lot of people think that came the future they might not be might take a lot more time for the stimulus. Package is calm again to. I guess to hit again or to be renewed for further relief for a lot of these companies so that brought a lot of warriors as well as like fade due to a second wave of coronavirus cases on popping up in europe's stocks your stocks did take a decline and saw besides that anything else that y'all notice in the week this past week time by shopping season is upon us and that is a great point you months. We've all like pretty sure. Warren buffett. I said this beckon june or july that this was going to happen. The worst of is gonna come round election. it's going to be a catalyst for something but yeah like a lot of people have to been digging like the next company that's gonna make the vaccine or this is the next tech company that's going to blow up the next amazon stuff like they do their research on what exactly. They're putting their money and so they're just throwing money at accumbens. They don't know running it. They don't know any principles behind it. They don't even know what it actually doing will. They're given their money to it. Then it blows up in their face and they're not ready for it so that's why we see this huge pool bag of is a great example. I mean on a job but for the past few weeks i was hearing everything about everything about nicholas like this thing. Get into this into this. They're doing new vehicles. Next tesla all the stuff and all of a sudden they're in the news about the fraud and all that and everybody pulled out just one example of people getting into this market. Not truly only where there's something to be said about Tested improving As a person who works in the healthcare industry There's i have no money in vaccines right now. And there's a reason for it. Because i work in industry and i know that no vaccine that comes out this year or three months into next year is going to be worth its weight in gold so it it's all it's about understanding industry One and if you're not familiar with like for example. I'm not familiar with nikolai and battery technology. But i know that there is a juggernaut in that in that room. Called tesla and one look at their book in there aren't development will tell you who's better at this and i feel like so many people get lost in the sauce of top headlines. And you know you re you got it for you to get to any story these days. You gotta read three paragraphs in and that's where the truth of the story is in no one's reading three paragraphs into any article so bay moose are both great plains for us context. Those don nicola is basically It is a electric vehicle. Company will make an headline for the past couple of weeks to months on they were talking about creating electric vehicle truck hydrogen heart and that caused them to spike. Ride the news but with a lot of stuff. Such as gaps in their credibility is that being questioned stock has pretty much plummeted from its high of ninety seven dollars down to about a low of sixteen with other legal allegations. The employees Pretty much bring the stock down to zero at some point on the main point is yes last week. One of the great things. That happened was a huge mark. While last past two huge markets tech. Selloff and i just lost much. Huge market selloffs. Yes a lot of things that it's reminiscent never reminiscent to the tech bubble that happened in the nineteen ninety nine to two thousand crickets kenny. Such overkill basically in that was what happened. So that's why. I was a lot of last week. As well. but more accredited investors think that although maybe similar on this different situations than criteria that show that is not the same. But that just shows you that the same thing could happen from passers to look in the past to see okay. What has happened the past. What are people doing that. Make better trades but those are two plants from target at hero and denounce for a week in review. There was one thing that I was interested to get people's perspective on but i it also ties into my My pick of the week. So i'll talk about it then but Just with florida reopening completely the side effects of that got a. We'll talk more about that. Moving onto week ahead. This week ahead Typical think squall not typical week ahead a lot things that coming out are the consumer confidence review a report on tuesday and friday. The us and employment rate being dropped on friday than also the us presidential debate taking place on well the first of taking place on wednesday or thursday on wednesday. Thanks for that on. Taking place on. Tuesday is a little appeal. Coming out. is piloting technologies as a major to going out live on the. Nyse were listed listening nyse today and knows to look ahead of this week we will be live streaming the we will be live streaming the the debates all four debates On the identity booth twitched youtube scope. Facebook live anywhere There's livestream you can find us though. Less promotes the week ahead. Now going dive deeper into one of the things that we are looking at. As potential trade ideas possession plays going into the weekend ahead as a quick overview I am looking at a couple of different slacks this week. Due to unusual options activity of looking at such as apple has bullying american airlines this cruise line and what would cease or amd chip device. Genius and nfl. These are snacks that came up when a as more radical trade. I'm looking more Tank will stuff like volume trays. The in place and will the charts Looked like us some stocks. I'm looking at my make. Potential plays this week on another. One is blink with the news that kelly banning sales of gas powered vehicles on. That is interesting to see that earlier. This week that A lot of different plays also on oak street. Help has a partnership at walmart in automated more graph industrial with the merger with tele dying which is a three division technology for a vehicles and basically the camera beat assistant in vehicle. So we don't let everyone talk about each of their picks and plays tough also hero with looking at starbucks and billy another a two of the stock so we don't go through that in order starting with tareq and just have a general discussion about quits is so just a pre pace. I didn't know that. What else going there was going to be on this discussion for today. But i actually have so much better pigs. Those are some pics down the up. There i've been graph for mindanao and they have been killing the game. I love everything about on the guy who's rent. Ceo's running with their plan for yeah. I really like graph oak street. Health came across my board. I'm all for walmart the more actually. I wanted to say that but yeah oaktree help but my biggest thing. This week is definitely fm. Ci that that has been. I'd champion since i got into this thing. Bay had vote for their merger merger finally went through their extending. it extended the date of. Yeah i'm one hundred percent believe that this price is going to go straight back up to thirty plus like start at fifteen when i got into it went up to twenty eight. Dropped back down to twenty two these past couple days. Just because of the whole voting of voting fiasco but then finally went through. So yeah saying looking for big things from mci in case you know. They're going to be merging with tattoo. Show for client base of time base. Meat company basically. Okay yeah i did hear about this. Highly highly recommended. What was the symbol for that. I won the walmart oak. Health always always h. O. s. h. It's almost like the mcdonald's for healthcare practices. They have a whole bunch of different of. Oh my god. I'm blanking on the name when you go to regular doctors. What is a nutritionist. Nine primary care physician primary care physicians. They have their own a whole bunch of. That's what they do. They crank them out. You see starbucks on every single corner of like what they do. A they're partnering with walmart can go wrong. I don't know how if walmart's be here forever but they're definitely going to be here for a long time garden. Do people are people going to eat food. He say wait wait. Are people going to still need to tell me one place. Tell me another place where he can go. Get or change of two weeks worth of groceries all your drugs. Anger nails in is checked in one. Visit you rate. That's why i love walmart. A magical blast fucking disneyland for adults. Have when i started stocks. I i have this one rule that i go by normally. Don't tell people tell you guys though. The more evil in the more white is the more money. What i tell you i think the crumbs the crumbs and the rich will put us in a whole new tax brackets tonight. I sleep on that a. We haven't had mcdonald's and thirteen years but you best believe i'm getting diffidence from them every three months and they've muster up there mcdonald's up all of their things in a russia about start expanding and everything rushbo. Mcdonald's is definitely a move interesting blade. It was part of my acne. Might not. I've been like a russia. Spikes covy case would not affect like the expansion plans. I mean expansion is one thing in curbside. Pickup is another It's amazing in three months. We've revolutionized the way we take takeout. Clearly telling you to pop your put the piece in the back interesting like you don't like i don't think covert is for as far as like restaurants are concerned if the restaurant is failing right now because they refused to innovate. Because i get my sushi every friday now and i just get and all. It's just one extra step. When i get out the car. Just gotta go open up my trunk. I got myself a little crate in there now. Little crates doesn't shake around. they put it in the crate. Dammit i could see through the gamma crazy. How quick allow these rush into like put quickly give it and still keep making money through everything going on. Oh yeah your code. Kobe's what is doing is issues changing just our culture. Were people thinking like yeah. Cope going to breakdown society man. We not going anywhere. Of course know horrible was happening but all it basically is is changing our culture in that we no longer have to go out to do something we can start building into risers. It's it's it's a it's a it's a generational like cleanse for me. I take it very personal. Because i'm a person who works in healthcare and and up until march. I couldn't believe that. I had to drive into work three times a week. Now we come to work when i have to work and the innovation that shows up all of these buildings sitting on the corners of streets that haven't been used because of covert you know it. It begs the question. Is there something wrong with our society that has fulfilling nation own notion that people have to sit down and office. You know topics working from home. I worked from home when i can like. I do the surgery in person. But i do all my paperwork in do my zoom calls with families at home. They don't let me talk to family and personal more so like i look at a lot of these innovations and think to myself after kobe is done. I don't wanna leave this situation. I'm fine with the way. Things are now because of how people have had to innovate obviously scratching the two hundred thousand plus people that are dead. I wouldn't want those people to be here but man amazing to see what happens when you stress the system. Just a little bit and is definitely needed. Something nonaka moving on or did you cover all your aspects tar your your picks up my pixel looking back This i guess looking back last week comma robberies. I chose these stocks moving if this was based on out looking at last week. Such as adobe tile roquan work all of them kind of do with acceptable dog did make some money off of bows on. We didn't make these callouts week off the the bicol the finest i made about one hundred off off the Of options colin and with roku made a quick fordham since scalp trade off that made forty percent. I did lose on my adobe trade on due to them dropping. I earning speak. Which is another thing i noticed. Was that a my stocks earnings. Call our timed into the markets in advance of what happens the day that they release their unfinished report. So if you're looking to make plays orange supported do be careful with that on child plan ahead of time for that but yes on the picks that we chose last week did very well on. You'll see that roku spike the loony the day after we had last call Going from while. I'll just sixty up to eighty five so if you did it a call on that you'd be in making hella bang. Eso socks. I'm looking at our what i'm doing this week. Is changing my strategy on since a lot of my stop losses triggered last week Promote before to catch position looking sues start making shorter. Swing swing plays on options. I'm so i've been looking at this website. Called a bar. Chart is section at tells you like index alerts of different unusual stock options activity. When i do is i feel by volume and basically out to me where Towards i listed here. What are some of them. Being apple tesla boeing american airlines. Ambi genius that on on this very interesting because with apple and tesla tool of them right. Kim was the most Promoted to most optimistic tech stocks you can think of so people that are making plays on that looking at text after proper looking at those two stocks. And when i was looking at the list it was interesting. 'cause i think it was sworn those a huge order place for a hundred fifteen dollars strike price call on apple and just around that same time i think are on the same type apple kind of spiked up towards the last few hours of the day on friday so that might be something interesting to keep track of so with things going forward. I think a lot of these play. The being made might be indicating these rebounds watch those drought the weeks. Confirm if this was a berisha bullish play on against something happened over here. With the tesla a lot of calls were being closed on fridays as interesting in that respect towards the end of the day on on the last friday so this next week i think at war tesla and or tesla will spike up on monday. So were replaced those trade making a lot of money off of those on. Otherwise i did see where boeing none of this one. This one boeing here bills an unusual options trade for a strike price of one hundred sixty dollars. Also i'll friday and again that same thing on friday a huge spike who but the stock pretty much spiked up from its Of one hundred four ugly up two hundred fifty five so. I'm looking at these as potential players. This week to see what happens in the aftermarket is still trying to up were upwards so in the on monday actually might make So small place on these stocks ongoing all of them just in due to the sake of time and see what happens during the week and we'll see again next week how those go off basically those wants to do looking more into why these stocks were the ones that are being played and what traffic out for the people that made those plays behind. Those genius is an interesting one because they have spiked up a lot earlier this year and john back down stories. Some interesting play there And yeah those are my stock picks of the without paying attention to this week and next we got blink with news that california be banished sills of gas powered vehicles. I did see something about california mentioned in that. I'm not sure if it was true right. After that first news report came out. There was another report that kind of Discredited that yeah it's a it's it's another one of those headlines headline heavy commentary because it aesthetically speaking what you're saying is you're going to ban the sale of something does that. Are you implying that you can't own that substance like what is the penalty for owning that substance Furthermore you're also implying that every single one of the cities counties districts communities village were all converted over to a power grid that can handle it california's notorious for rolling blackouts because of weak power infrastructure grids. So there's no gas powered systems. Are you telling me that every bus. Every police car every Hospital ambulance fire truck is going to be decked out with electricity. I mean it is big if true. But it's gonna take more than ten years to do. And i think gonna mission ministers four warning on but this is the crazy part again is how you said it's like the headlights can be very misleading. Because as soon as this headline came out a couple minutes later another came in came out saying that Gas only gas gasoline cars will still be alive so it's kind of confusing. Just keep minder on buck. Veliky able to respond right now but she did message her response in the check on. She says that she came across. Blink as the leading company for v tried to stations. Still looking into a full analysis but piglet couple shares anyway she believes that the future of tech and electric vehicles is strong stock side sword. They went down after. Taylor display news. The battery day. That battery was very disappointing to me man. Also the fact that it was underlined by that whole lawsuit thing that they're trying to sue the suing the president the administration. I've never seen elon. Musk become democratic so quickly he did make a tweet saying he doesn't really align with certain things but he kind of choose things based on what matters so if you're listening to him to one moment does best pitch on your if you ever wondering what. Musk is a representation of he's just Wipe version of kanye west exactly white county flood. Because i saw me on twitter saying that he wasn't like this superhero iron manuals morsel from incredible the villain kang syndrome. That's a great comparison between save for his ideas. Man they truly are true. They're they're transcending they're not super unique ideas that we all have but he said he has the the will to actually act upon. No no he has the capital tacked on it. Because if you're telling no no because he's an idiot like don't get it twisted. This guy's an idiot but he has the money to do it and as an idiot paying a bunch of people he thinks as scientists going to tell him. No no no keep funding my research bro. But like he wants to be this person who has the answer and does things but doesn't really understand like what the rationale behind it is because remember his big thing was. I want borough a bunch of holes in a place where earthquakes place so that i mean personally. Don't have to sit in traffic drew. I you you said the county comparison. I think that's the best thing. But i gotta say this kind yay right now if kanye west. Ipo you would buy that stock. You gotta find it. The success uses of course support that phone success of kanye if we look at him since back when you know just look at graduation days and where he is now his stock has grown exponentially no matter what he says even all the crazy stuff he's been saying even like conic why would you. Why would you say that on camera. You know absolutely invested in no absolutely. But it's all about timing with this because if if we want to be frank we actually see a regulation in his actions and how kinds words affect stock markets for example when he became an ambassador for gap Gap has seen significant growth. But now that he's wanting to go back to the drawing board with them a begs. The question is this a stunt or is this him really trying to renegotiate his contract and why take such a public row like it begs the question. If you really wanted to invest smart sure kyw would be a great bit but if you told me the next day you would feel confident waking up all your stock would still be there. I'd laugh at you because you're taking that risk right. Yeah i much rather have tim cook. Who says absolutely nothing and before donald trump said his name was tim apple. I didn't know his name was tim. Cook i much rather have that boring white man. As the leader of my company they have the volatility that is was That is facts that is an algorithm. Still put much ships. Hey i got to chips. I'm giving you want to put it in for me too. That's the facts. Lanna was kinda good. Ipo you can. I feel you might be working on that right down. He might be watching this right. Hopefully i'll do make grip points about. Must ball kaya west on just like the state of their business especially with a battery day. Battery day was very upsetting a lot of people in tesla because they thought it was a little bit underwhelming for the present but was very futuristic. Giving hope i guess to the future of on battery battery technology as well as on electric vehicles on a lot of was called investment firms institutions spilled kept their ratings Any anything increase them due to the for the long term gains from the battery that they're working on right now which is having issues with Was it called be per skilled or produce enough for them to meet the demands on. But we'll still be produced nonetheless. That will cause. I guess a future where i guess malati was still think that is good. That could be gained from stocks. Like tesla if you company so battery day did for short term kasi stocks to drop but in the future might prove to be beneficial in the longer on just like. We're blink on as league said this company has grown over two hundred percent in the past year long and looks like there may be back now back above preindustrial levels and how a lot more room to grow so those would be great stocks to watch such as tesla blinken regarding electric vehicles and batteries. Anything to add to those yet. I do wanna ask for tests though people are getting now. I don't normally recommend this for any other competent. But when you get into tesla you're not necessarily getting into it for their products in what they can produce. You're getting into it to ride the height weight. You can ride that hype wave digital cash. Get out. I know along loves the making fun of people who short slow i mean. That's the best way to get money off of it. You literally just ride the hype off of it. I i truly believe if they accomplish. I want them to accomplish everything that they say. Because i think it would lead to incredible world that we live but yet not the point of tesla's writing that hype wave riding that hype trade until you can get yo catch definitely definitely also like really And yeah so anything else. World with blink. Anything else with as well. That are moving on perfect. Are moving on on. The last members. Pick comes from hero You mentioned his stop. Watch is starbucks on billy so with the starbucks starbucks them sort of moving back into As i talked about the innovation crowd the crowd of people who have figured out how to sell their product and keep it business as usual I think starbucks is really benefiting from not having having these contact less Checkout lanes in these. Dr curbside pickup because starbucks is notorious for having a lot of issues far as social awareness whether it be their firing one of their employees for having a black lives matter mask on or you know having two guys arrested their store for you know doing what their stories designed to do. Lounge around their stores really made for adult cats. And when you remove that element of people not being able to lounge around anyone who shows up to starbucks you know his buying something so it kind of alleviates that crowd and therein lies like the benefit. So what. I've noticed in the last week to two weeks a starbucks as stocks have grown. And it's come in as states have started to figure out how to open up accordingly so it begs the question. How many other restaurants this out will. Obviously another close. Comparisons would be mcdonald's so i got into both of them at the same time so i think When i first started out way in the beginning like early july. I was living off starbucks house where i was making my two hundred dollars a week every week with a with a call and back when i started doing. Those trading was right around eighty four eighty six dollars so now that this market is back into this range if i can Next week using my bands. Try and figure out where things like land put. I think i'm start with a few options to kind of warm myself back up into this before i go back into the six hundred four hundred dollar range. That are you big. Dogs are up at and then Billy is mostly because now that sony has to kind of come up with a response to the storage situation on the playstation five Many which doesn't have a lot of stories. You know one game can fill up the whole entire console so billy also impart chartered. Their storage cloud is gonna have to come up with a response. 'cause paying two hundred dollars for storage when the system only cost three hundred. Well now it's five hundred dollars and you're backed up to a playstation five. Should use got a playstation five about billy. Bi b. i. l. l. i believe on was stick on stock ticker symbol is should be b b. I l i. Okay billy billy okay. Yeah gotcha so so now that they have to come up with this response They they're definitely being put in a position. Where if they figured this out and can keep this new storage like if you get a playstation five all the cool graphics and afford tear by setup for under one hundred dollars or a hundred and fifty dollars or some type of membership which is what they wanna do. You can do like four installments from your playstation now network subscription then they got my attention they really got my attention but i think i'm prepared to start like last year. Six months Billy and starbucks and these These companies that have innovated have figured it out. And i'm gonna start riding the wave. That's that's a good point. She sounds really good. Billy billy is literally when i lost my when i lost my five hundred in the in the first in the march billy pulled out of the water a pool out of the water i had a call with a strike. Price of seventy dollars at it was sitting at fifty nine. I was like it's never gonna hit. I went to sleep and woke up. Sony bought them. And now it's the end for me. And ever since then i look back this upcoming no video game season is happening with the playstation. Xbox people always like playstation xbox. My thing is getting both. They don't sell no matter. What exactly. yeah i. I'm being every time i say oh. Playstation is better in some ex- as as long as somebody from xbox says no my systems better than i know the stock is worth something and they just bought bethesda so right essence and they're thinking about buying sector and cap con to h- and boy and that an automatic partnership because sonic and the ten though. Have a long history microsoft as well and the secret is the secret is microsoft is already built in backwards. Comp- has built in functionality to cross platform with the switch which is crazy but the switch but playstation for the playstation refused to have any cross platform. So it's almost as if sony's just taking their ball playing by themselves and the problem is what happens when everybody is playing with everybody and playstation wants to play with them a user. I'm gonna go over because it doesn't matter to me. The it doesn't matter to me and graphics have gone two point one hundred and twenty. Fps like your eyes. Can't see plus no one cares anymore about the graphics. You make a great point. I think what you guys make a great point of one. I'm betting on these Gaming companies especially the new releases coming out in the causal but you also required by with microsoft and how to make a lot better investments in terms of ice costly different platforms. Have you heard about. S cloud like exile. Base cloud is amazing. It's x. clouds playstation now wishes. It could be because you know. There's a game i play. It was called split-second on playstation two. And i downloaded playstation now. I just so i could play this game again. I got i got a i got ninety seven percent on it. I feel like he was one of those things where i was too old. I mean too young to beat the game too hard for me because my brain couldn't compute it but now i'm older i'm adult i wanna depot that game. I thought it and the internet and the interface so trash. I called sony like no no no. I want a refund. I want my money back. This is the biggest disappointment of my life. Pay our best believe. I got stock in both sony and microsoft Partially covered there Xbox consoles will the cloud platform but something to. I wish i could tell you more face. I work at mike. Southside kyle working on with excellent things like that. So that'll be sad. Trading information i cannot tell will stage but wait i gotta go crazy in the future with their gaming platform in division. I i got a question since you do work at microsoft i dunno but the taliban i heard that there's is they're doing a subscription package. So basically you can subscribe to microsoft and they'll send you the xbox with ex cloud services with extreme with all that and you just pay a monthly subscription. Is that that valid i can. I can confirm that from a Taco of like all those. There's there's a preliminary guest gesture for that but it has to be with people who already have a subscription. I exact details. But i could not get inside mitchell and dad but i do believe my personal guess. I think it will head to that. Because a lot of companies are doing a moving towards a all want subscription on like have you seen. I think apple one package every service. They provide into one thirty dollars subscription so. I'm pretty sure they'll have their own abbas you'll have their own all these platforms any platform or major company is probably gonna have. The version of a subscription service. Is the way like scared to game. Make money amazon figuring it out. Everyone's been trying to perfect it ever since amazon. Prime is something. I've been meaning to cancel and then every month. I hope dan batteries. Oh my damn spatula broke. Oh damn forgot catch up at the store. it's just crazy. How like. I just can't delete that you also i to go back to the point you made about microsoft partnered with cab kind like you said. They're trying to play with everybody. Sony is really just sony sony benefits from. Yes sony benefits from having this the first people to do it so they kind of benefit from like the and they did it with big time characters. You know spiderman mouse morales. That's the only reason why. I'm getting the playstation five. I don't care about god of war. I don't care about. Hey whoa whoa. Whoa classic thing. Hey i am once again. This is why can continue to buy stocks cause people get the feelings. I'm not saying the games are bad. I'm just saying i don't care about it. Now's morales was the only thing. I wanted it for yet. So with that being said it makes it makes it easier for me for me to just be able look and see banal what you're running into this and this is going to be the problem. I have a switch so the decision for me every years okay. I'm getting a nintendo console. And then i have to choose between playstation and xbox the year one of my friends guessing xbox is going to be. That's who i play with. That's going to be the change but this is the striking part. I'm playing my switch against people on their xbox in different games so there's already a compatibility issue there for me like there's that's the problem that's gonna end up having something day. Sony has a game. That other councils have that i can't cross play with them then. I'm going to have to leave sony behind. That's one hundred percent was happening right now. Really have a playstation and for the longest. I was like yes playstation playstation just because when it comes to video games i don't care about graphics on care about still. Don't care about none of that. I just care. About what games do you have. That are fun. That's less wild video games. But recently all this cross compatibility sony is coming out saying that. They don't want people to be able to play club crossed by phone games. Oh four microsoft like oh yeah cross from. Yeah sure. We'll do something. You can go sony. And i think that's my only reason why i can't get into sony because i truly don't support their company. I love what microsoft is doing. They're doing things for the game they truly like. Will they wanna do this. Let's give it to them. They want to do this. Let's give it some. Oh we can do this. That'll make the experience better. All only cares about is that everyone has a place that you make a great point like you can change your name on the xbox like every two weeks sony for the first time ever just allowed you to change and guess what you can only change once every six hundred is is like and you're right it's like it's like sony sony's missing and these changes start happening until they got an american ambassador like someone stateside to speak for them on their behalf because they don't their company of the east so they don't have to adhere to the east. Xbox doesn't sell in the east like he does in the west so it sort of like a form of betrayal when if you're thinking from a country aspect but it still doesn't deny the fact that they by companies that for good games and sony did what they were supposed to make good games. I make your consul convenience second because back when xbox was thinking about having like it's just a it's just something. They assumed xbox. Oh if they play if everyone's playing madden everyone wants to have the. Nfl live package part of their subscription. No you idiot. Just make a good game and these are all points off. Definitely consider this debate between sony and marsov obligated promote xbox that be my employees. I don't even think it's a knock talk. You made a really great point. That things are expected to do like until i love who haven't learnt from fortnight. We're night one cross play. You can play for notre france any platform in the same game session. But they've not learned that that's what gamers will apply for night. One four nine blow up is a fun game you with any moved any limitations and is changing the game for the game industry like a lot cups. Look at for example. And if you're limiting those players doing stuff like that like you go learn lessons with apple apple to restrict epic games and prevent them accountable details about their data for right now. Basically trying to get a check of from from from the more money from them in epic games like epic game thirty percent that's graduated Fund rate for when you're epic games and you're making thirty billion dollars off the iphone and then they're taking you know twenty eight percent of that every year. That's not like you to graduate that for them that needs to be down to thirteen percent ten percent. Because they're making you a bulk of your money like i get it is still your product but you you break bread with the people making you bread so like i feel like apple is just being selfish at this point. Basically i eventually i think in the future we're gonna we're saying just strictly talking about the video game industry before when we were younger backwards playstation one even before that nintendo sixty four is the three big companies that nintendo of microsoft and sony. They were the ones developing a game. They will go out in like of video game developers to make the game. Now we're going to transition into a period where video game developers are creating their games by themselves. If that makes sense it's it's it's taking the power away from the actual consul in putting the power back into the actual game itself. I guess the the best way to acquaint this would be if you guys watch like you guys watch basketball. It's taking the power away from the general managers and the owners inputting power back into the actual athletes themselves. The ones who played the game. But that's the that's the point. I think we're going to be seeing them in the future. Definitely not the sports issues of the on his tour. All great points about the game industry bought a lobbies gaming companies and texas tech stocks. That we're looking. At basically that's all members picks for the weeks Just as a quick recap on the plays being oak street graph on tech stocks in airline stock travel stocks. 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EP165: 3 Steps to Identify Your Marketable Ideal Client

The Wellness Business Podcast

35:15 min | 4 months ago

EP165: 3 Steps to Identify Your Marketable Ideal Client

"Welcome. To the wellness business podcast simple strategies to cut through the online noise to fast track the growth of the wellness business with in panic and Kathleen legris. Hey Hey everyone. We are back with the third part of our niche trio and I'm hanging out with Kathleen legris. My name is Karen Paddock. We are thrilled. You're here he kathleen how are you? Not. Quite, sure what to make of that. Breath KP good grief right. Cured is around up. I just I'm so excited about this three part trio or trio niche companion workforce and the three episodes because they feel like they're going to. So. So so helpful to health coaches trying to figure this out. We know this is the number one problem and I guess just the way we're going to bring it all together today in the third parts. Has Been Pretty excited pretty pumped up. And here's a little bit of inside scoop that may help you listening. So because we know this is a question that gets asked all the time. It's nice to have something that we can point people to not just now but in the I'm struggling with figuring, figuring out each great. We have this three part you know podcast episode for you. So whenever you're seeing questions that are very common from your your followers, your subscribers, and maybe even your clients. If you can put together something some free resource whether it's a blog post or if you have a podcast, just something that's GonNa help them take the next step I. Think it's a great opportunity to share some helpful information for sure and and honestly if you see. If you see other coaches struggling with us, please share the wellness business podcast with them. Let them know that there is this resource, a free resource available to them that you know our whole intention is to help you build your wellness business. It's why we put so much attention time love into each one of these episodes we want you to be successful. So please share the podcast as well whenever you see that it's appropriate. All Right Kathleen you ready, very ready guys. Today, we are talking about the three steps to identify you're marketable ideal client. So welcome back we're so thrilled to have you back for the third and final part of our niche identification trio where sliding into the home stretch and today we'll be sharing three steps that you can take to identify. You're marketable ideal clients and the feedback that we've received so far on this leash trio of episodes has been so positive and what's even more exciting is that we are seeing you take action with a niche companion workbook. We just could not be happier about that because we really do believe that figuring out who. Your ideal client is should be the very first thing that you do in your business. Don't you agree Kathleen? Yes absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. So let's do a little recap of what we covered so far in the last two minutes. Now, if you haven't listened to those two episodes, this is just a recap. We want you to go back and dig into the entire episode, but we're GONNA, cover it quickly and episode sixty three we determined that your ideal client identity, your marketing message in your paid program or offer are three different parts of your overall marketing strategy and that you should not mashed the three of them together as part of your ideal client identity. That's And then evident went sixty four. We you how to figure out if the ideal client you're trying to attract actually wants your help we shared simple and easy ways that you can connect with your ideal clients to get more information from them to learn if they really actually are looking for help, it's important to work to attract a client that is at least problem aware meaning. They know they have a problem and they're interested in figuring out a solution. As we said earlier entails episode where sharing three steps you can take today now. That you're armed with all the information information from the last two episodes to identify you're marketable I deal client. So let's dive in, and if you you know if you've listened to this podcast before maybe you're a member of the wellness visit insiders, Club. You've heard US talk about the fact that there are four possible places your ideal clients can be on their health journey. So number one, their problem unaware, right they don't even know they have a problem number two, their problem aware number three solution aware, and then number four program or. Aware. So there's the four different places that your ideal clients can be right at this time, and our goal is to have you reach an ideal client that is either problem aware or solution aware. So let's dive into step number one. It's time to pull out the research you did in the last episode episode one, sixty, four, and decide if you can reach those people through targeted hashtags topic, specific facebook groups and paid advertising to specific facebook pages. If your current client identity has defining terms like energy morfitt happier less stressed and more generic terms like dis than you won't be able to use any of the targeted ways we mentioned to reach your ideal client because those are there just two. Generic right. So because words like more energy less stressed are happier are subjective to each individual person. There could be twenty different reasons why someone might have a lack of energy it could be that they have a thyroid problem maybe they have toddlers running around the house they could be working eighty hours a week they have a newborn baby that never sleeps they can have lack of nutritious foods. Their body isn't getting the nutrients it needs right. So that's a not just a few. Each of those people are looking for a solution. The expert they're looking for would be different, right so based on the reason why they're having less energy, they're going to be looking for specific expert, help them without. Right, and so we're going to we're GONNA dive into the contrast to that in a second but Kathleen, let's let's stay here for a second and just use those example. So in the first example that you mentioned, you said, they could have a thyroid problem so they would really be looking for a thyroid specialist. Coach, right that would be helping them with their lack of energy. So if you're just saying lack of energy, but you're not seeing thyroid, you're gonNA miss that opportunity. The let's see. They're working eighty hours a week. So that person might need a career coach that's going to help them get into job having a newborn baby that never sleeps. Maybe they need some type of coach at specializes in getting a newborn baby on a routine you can see that you have to take that next step UPN just stop at lack of energy or any of those other generic terms that Kathleen mentioned. So in contrast if you have specific words in your ideal client identity and are specific with what you offer, you will be able to reach them with the examples we gave for example. I, S CBO. royd menopause type two, diabetes postpartum, weight loss. Now, those clan identity terms are specific, very specific and reachable using hashtags and paid advertising and using that those phrases in the titles of your livestream. You will attract the right people the reachable making them a what we call a marketable ideal quiet. So let's break this down for a minute Kathleen What would you say to that? Yeah you almost WANNA think what? What is your ideal client? What are they searching for on Google right pretty much any kind of problem you have you've been either diagnosed with something or you're struggling with something. What would what would you be typing? What would your ideal client be typing in Gogel? Most likely to say they have lack of energy they're probably not just going to type in lack of energy. It's probably. You Know Ma- menopause sleepless nights of mask one that comes to mind for me. So yeah, I think mom. For me personally because I I sleep really well by. The time I had that so comes through but I know it is a common problem a really common problem for women who are going to menopause. Hot Flashes obviously. So, Yeah I love that it does it has to be very specific and this is probably I have to say. The top or at least one of the top two reasons why if you're putting out content, you're putting out poche doing live streams and it's just you know that that broad of a topic in it's not specific. It's just not resonating with anyone. For sure and this really takes us right back to the last episode episode sixty four where we shared five ways to connect with the people that you believe are your ideal clients to figure out what they're looking for. And if you are if you attract someone that just is only searching for lack of energy, I promise you, they are not your ideal clients. Those people are still way too early in their journey. They are still really problem unaware. They don't really know what is causing them the lack of energy, and that is the person that you don't WanNa connect with. You don't want to attract that person. You don't WanNa be so generic because it's only when you bill the virtual room and what I mean by that is bill your email list bill workshops that you're giving bill the livestream is that you're delivering. With the people that are so specific like CBO thyroid, menopause type, two diabetes, and so on. It's only when you fill that virtual room with those people that now when you make an offer, you have a program for sale. It's so much easier to sell because you've only attracted though right people in. So this is super important. Anything else to add that Kathleen I think that's perfect rate. Okay. So that was step number one and we want to move on to step number two, which is identify your ideal clients main goal wall. And this is where going to go back to the research that you did an episode, one, sixty four, and you're going to be looking at using their words. That you identified from your research. In. Determining what their main goal is remember you must be specific with your identity description. Again, you won't WANNA use generic terms that are subjective to each individual's interpretation. So you won't WANNA use words like take charge of your health find hope enjoy life harness the power of your health. We've seen all of these and honestly I'll be I'll be totally truthful I. I'm pretty sure some of these when I first started. As a health coach because I didn't know any better, right you don't WANNA use phrases in terms and words like that. Because again is just so generic none of these things are measurable or specific. So none of that can one person say, Hey, that's me. That's what I want. It's much deeper than that. So instead, you'll want to be more specific by using phrases and words like heal my gut from CIBO. Find a lasting relief from neck and shoulder pain tension headaches from sitting at my desk. REDUCE OR ELIMINATE MENOPAUSAL HOT FLASHES WITHOUT You see how much more specific? Than trying to describe your ideal client with a phrase like take charge of your house signed hope enjoy life harness the power of your health and you can tell by my voice right I'm being a little facetious here but it's there is it's just totally opposite ends of the spectrum. Absolutely and each of those three that Karen describe like you can almost picture who that person is and that's exactly what you want and one thing I wanna point out just you know from a legal standpoint because I know this always sticks out to me depending on what your certification or designation is you may or may not be able to use the word heal dot. So instead of saying heal my gut from see bill, you can say repair my gut from. CIBO. So just be aware of what we're drew are are not allowed to use but yeah, whether it's repair a repair my gut from CIBO find lasting relief from neck and shoulder pain. It is very specific and I also think that's what scares health coaches because it's like Oh gosh, I don't Wanna I don't WanNA limit I don't WanNa rule anybody else out but let me share a quick story about how this comes into play. So I'm along to a online pilates membership. The the balanced life sisterhood I love it the owner, the pilates instructor her name is Robyn long she is all. She's actually a she's a mom of four. She just had twins. Gosh. Maybe a year ago. So her target market is women in Thirties. I'm in my fifties. So I'm not her ideal client however, I love her program. So she's kind of niche down two MOMS in their twenties and thirties but even though that's not me, I was still drawn to that program. So yes, you are going to go more narrow and who will help. But. It doesn't. It doesn't mean you can't work with other people. I want to say, can I ask you a couple questions on that? Yeah. So, thinking Robin and her target market of probably MOMS in their thirties when she's talking to you and doing the workouts issue referring to moms and and the lifestyle things that moms are dealing with. Yes. Yes she is. So for example, I just it applies to work out this morning and she was talking about posture and how Other than like sitting at your desk gives you know when when you're holding kids while trust me, I'm a hold of my kids because they're seventeen and nineteen but a lot of the stories she shares are very very relatable to younger women I. Just I like her and I love her pilates crystal at teaching. So while I'm not her by email and say, Hey, robin guess what. Right. But this is the perfect example good for her for not being so generic in who she's trying to attract but. That that's amazing and really what we want to point out here is that. She's consistent. She probably has a very clear statement on her website. Her program is for that same target market same ideal client her program. And what she's teaching is she's speaking directly to those moms an she's bringing in. Reasons and specific strategies for someone that age that's what we call the golden thread guys. That's what needs through everything that you do to keep you on track and so once you figure out your ideal client identity, anything that you create in the future, you have to ask yourself run it through that measuring stick. Am I speaking to and clearly speaking to my ideal client and if you're not then you either need to tweak it or get rid of it because you only want to spend your time. Supporting that individual that you have identified as you're marketable ideal client. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. It's it's a great program. I'm a woman I. WanNa Learn Paul. He signed yet. Less. Fun, as to step number three, step number three is apply your research and these findings to this statement the easiest and simplest way that we can help you narrow down your marketable ideal client identity to a single statement is to give you this template sentence. It's possible that you'll need to tweak it slightly but your overall goal is to keep narrowing and narrowing your I don't client until it can fit into this statement. I have to say this really does simplify things so much okay you're ready. Ready okay. I help blank get blank results through. Blank process. So I'm GONNA give you a couple of examples here in a minute but if you if you have more than that. You aren't dialed in enough I'll say that one again, I help blank get blank results through blank process super simple. It's one sentence. So you're not gonNA get lost and explaining to people what you do, and then there is kind of glaze over like a one are you talking about? So here's some specific examples to get your creative juices flowing and feel free to model. You're marketable ideal client statement after our examples here. So the first one I help women diagnosed with CBO reduced pain and bloating through nutritional support and treatment plans can ask the one the first one. I help corporate employees find lasting relief from neck and shoulder pain from sitting at their desk through using special exercises and stretches, and then the third one is I help middle aged women reduce menopausal hot flashes without prescription medication. So do you see how very very specific that is I help blanks who is that you help? So I help blank get blank. So what is the result? What is the solution? So I helped blank get blank results through Blank process. So what is your process is it stretches and exercises is that Through whole foods is it right? But it just makes it. So so simple to get actually does to have you get your message out in a very clear and distinct way. So you can. Cut through the fluff and the noise. Right in we always, we do talk about this in in the insiders club when we do audits. On our ideal client identities of the matter of our members were always looking for the who the what, and the how, the WHO the, what the Hell and so from an auditing standpoint that's what we're always trying to get as well. And so I think that this template had sentenced does a great job of getting you there without a lot a muscle. Fuss. And If you have more than that. It need to Kathleen said, just keep narrowing and narrowing and marrow ing because you just don't need more than that. This is you get only a few seconds to grab someone's attention and for them to say that's me and it has to be dialed down this much. Kathleen what we'll let me as an example and we cover this a little bit. But do you see those examples how? Those may not resonate with you. That's okay. If they're not if that's not your niche, but versus I help women take charge of their house. So they can find health and enjoy their life and find there are authentic cells like those are common statements that that we see right? Right because you're coming from. Okay. What's in my head who don't want to help and your intentions are so good right you. You just want to help these women and you WANNA. Love on them. But from their perspective thinking I don't I don't think I don't know. I. Think I'M GONNA I don't think that's what I need like what are you actually do? Right. Now, that's what people are asking. Are you for me or are you not from me and that's and that's what you want. You want to repel a whole lot of people. Once you clarify that in step into it, you're gonNA feel so much more confident. Because when you're showing up on social media, YOU'RE GONNA know exactly who it is you want to attract you're going to want L. exactly what it is. You WanNa talk about, and that's when people start responding to you. People are attracted to that people are going to be looking for you and your solution, but you have to let them know what it is. No doubt we so here's a great example. We have a member in the wellness business insiders club recently. She's a pretty new member and she's tweaked her ideal client and she figured out exactly where she wanted to show wop in her industry and she created a workshop. and. She had run it six times before an only ever had one person show up and so she refined the title just a little bit and then changed the time when she was delivering. That workshop. and. So the last time that she ran at, she had an open car period I think like five days five or six days, and she ended up with five brand new clients wine that bought right when she was on the workshop a couple more that signed up the very next day one that got a discovery call with her and using some of our the information from the insiders club was able to convert that person into paying client and then one more before close and so it's really exciting as I said, when you start to weave that golden thread through everything. So it's so clear. To your ideal client who you help but let's face it guys. You have to start with you getting clear on who that is and that example that Kathleen gave where it's a very long statement, but it doesn't really identify anything with specific targeted language. It just speaks to no one and and whether you're staying in that space that general space intentionally because you want to open up your possibilities or if you are still afraid or nervous about claiming your expertise in one single area that makes you nervous to say, this is what I stand board. This is what I coach. This is what I teach this zone of genius We really need you to get past that and get over this line so that your ideal client now is a marketable ideal client that is at least problem aware and is searching for a solution and willing to invest in it. Step, number one is. Using words that are more specific rather than generic in your ideal client subscription or description number two is identifying your ideal clients main goal based on the research from the last episode, and then number three is applying your research in niche findings to the template -ted sentence that we gave you which one more time I helped blank get blank results, rube blank process, and all of these examples, and all of this information is in the niche companion workbook that we put together for you. So you can grab that by going to WB PODCASTS, dot com slash one, sixty five or if you're in your podcast APP, you can scroll down and click the link that link will be there but. Please use the the workbook because that's going to bring everything together it's for episodes one, sixty, three, hundred, sixty, four, in one, sixty, five you only need to download it once and work through this, and then if you have questions, you can bring them to the wellness business podcast page. You can ask them questions there in certainly come into Kathleen's group health coach Biz support or you can come in to migrate health coach Fine Attraction and we would love to help you narrow this down. and. Then if you really want to get some momentum just as a side note, we will be opening the doors to the wellness business insiders club. If you actually want to work with, US will be opening the doors again in. October. So we'll have more information about that coming soon, but you can get on our wait list if you want to be notified first. So you don't miss the opening by going to WB WEIGHTLESS DOT COM, and this is the first thing we help our members do is confirm with them that they are in the right place or a marketable ideal client. and. Then like I said, everything starts falling into place after that that the biggest stumbling block we see from remember when they come in that they just haven't got that narrowed down. Yeah. Absolutely. Say More thing about this. So I recently did something in my facebook group where I had my members you know go ahead and share your instagram bio and we can ask members and I went and I picked three at random to give feedback on their instagram bio. So this is the perfect example of where you wanNA use this phrase. So how often are you looking at someone's Instagram by our life? Okay. What do you? What do you do like if you're a health coach nutritionist pro I tell me what you think. I think you should avoid things like. A Dog, lover coffee. CONNOISSEUR like if you're trying to attract your ideal clients, the most important thing you can include in your bio is that the statement we just shared with you and then a link to one ear free resources justice heading. Yeah and as we went to this exercise, my facebook group people were looking at his bio saying, yeah, I don't really know what you do. So, just maybe having someone else look at your bio to ask them. Is it clear? What ideal? Ask Your best friend asked you know your next door neighbor ask your husband right to look at your bio and give you a concise. Rela- of what they believe you're were. Bio Statement says because it is amazing. How often we think it says something when in fact it does not. We are not hitting from heart and yeah, my I know my instagram bio has had multiple rations simply because mean it's prime real estate number one and you only have a limited number characters I can't remember might remember how many characters it is but I mean. I'm a word person by nature. So it is so hard. But just like the statement, we just gave all of you listening that simple one-sentence statement if forces you to dial it down and get as specific as you can, and I just went through this whole process on my when I was doing my website refresh, which we talked about a few episodes back and how was so for me to narrow it down to just that one statement. Now, I want to say more than that but once they did I felt so good about it. This is so clear right? Like I knew I hit the nail on the head, but it was hours of word sniffing and moving. You know do I want this I or don't want this first but then once you get it, it's like music to your ears. You know you've hit the sweet spot I. Love You I I'm pulling. Your instagram bio right now. Do you don't look you? Know find out. What it is, what is what I I? I know what it is on my website and my website is I teach health coaches, how to attract their dream clients, their programs by delivering wellness workshops. Now I see your challenge you had to cut it down. Yeah. So I will tell you, I teach health coaches, how to get clients with workshops, your boom bottoming, how clear is that I teach who health coaches, how to get clients with workshops. So with workshops dots the process. Yeah Yeah. So okay. Don't let grass. To work on. Okay. So hold on we're we're GONNA go see when the legris. Funny She. says. You started this. Maroney okay. She says I help house coaches, take their business online without the overwhelm. Kathleen Legris where we have you need to have. In there. Yeah. So You're yeah. I probably but also we'll. Talk about this. Why you? Some of the health coach of struggling, but I offer more than one solution, right so I've got them for you programs and we also have the wellness visits Inspires Club. I don't know I. Don't think we need to say the one this is done because we both have guys. If you look at our instagram Bios, you'll see we also both say were the CO host of the wellness business podcast and I feel if we get listeners onto the podcast, we mentioned and bring you stories and all kinds of good from the wellness business insiders club so you'll get introduced to it. Sooner rather than later. So that's thinking about our customer journey if we can get our ideal clients on listening to podcasts than it opens up a lot of opportunities for them to take business further that that does go back to the customer, the customer journey, but I will be honest I'm ready to care out the. Dang it was trying to edit as we're talking and now. From a limit of one hundred and fifty characters. One hundred, fifty guys this is obviously very impromptu. You can tell by Kathleen giggling. Oh okay. Guess what about being I abbreviated. So now it says I help health coaches, take their business online with done for you programs. Are you happy? I feel really good about that because I'll be honest I was like, Oh, I was stuck on that last part. Yes. Much. Better. Not last part. So guys come on over to my instagram on Instagram to get an idea and just know these are things we're working on to. You know. Follow while you're there. So we can contact. For sure that was fun we should do more impromptu. No, maybe we shouldn't actually. On second thought. No. Zipper simple. Keep it. Keep it in as and remember it's a work in progress I like I said I that you have had. Oh my Gosh I would say twenty five plus iterations of my bio on instagram over. It is harder because you are you're forced to condense be very sankt and try and fit. That's why maybe you putting dog lover in coffee snob on there. Okay exactly. Yeah. Exactly, how well this was fine. I was going to say to we were. Remind them where to get the workbook. Sure. Okay. Neither are you going to do that? I'M GONNA Mama. This is only the second podcast he recorded for the dam a little scared about the next three. Right, download they companion work. We talked about by going to the BBC podcast dot com forward slash one, sixty five or if you're listening in your podcast APP just scroll down to the bottom by the show notes and you can click and grab it right there. Hey, thanks for hanging out with us. We love you. 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Digimon Adventure 2020: Twenty Six - Nice Boats

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

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Digimon Adventure 2020: Twenty Six - Nice Boats

"Hello everyone and welcome to episode of lawson transactional this time covering digital adventure. Twenty twenty twenty six breakthrough. The most of barricade. I'm may and this time. I'm joined by the lovely win. Stevie won't be joining us this time but they will send through their thoughts on the episode when they are able to and with that. Let's move onto naps. This week's episode starts up with the cultural having the realization from the end of the last episode. And i sure do hope it's how they can get to the digital world. Apparently not but he carry. Has us covered spoils for later. Yup we got some jesus thing. Yeah which is like. It's it's a thing. So we get to going on the digital world touches looking through his telescope and says how he would never have guessed that they were all on a cloud the entire time you know but she's called cloud which is definitely Definitely a we'd take whatever and then liam on says that he wasn't really sure either and unlike. Oh okay i'm also something. I realized lebron it was lap ramon and name on where they they still on cloud. They joined the resistance. So i get the impression that the entire cloud continent just fell into the ocean. True or not but i guess that means they're probably somewhere Yes this long way. Dead or just. The rods forgot that they existed. Which was always surprised that the cat remembered that name existed enough to ask them if they made it. But then we haven't seen them since which is kind of like an old shirley hoping that we saw name on again. I was really happy that he'd found a welcome on as well. Because i want the gun. Punchy yeah. I love that. I love them so much. We very good. They get married burton ernie basically in bulk and says that they're they're mommy daddy so anyway. I love focused. A name on there will like the main highlight of frontier for me. But where already moving onto a season that isn't digital adventure colon so whoops i'm going to catch myself So anyway Leeann says that if they have no way to return to cloud continent they have no choice but to just keep on moving forward and like that's kind of like sad like that that's his hometown produce hometown and yeah of tried very hard. We've tried flies with the one person who can fly and maybe could do if they weren't carrying passengers who the heck knows why they don't just try like i'm flying didn't want exist. Good take a shot in the dark and say there will be either a magic beanstalk and or a spiral mountain later and going gorgeous or just cut out the stole pot just a magic beim and they just sort of like a lift but it's just a magic game you know. Yeah yeah we could go. Dark tower whippet. Yeah and like something. I've noticed about this whole exchange is that it's almost like the the last episode could've just being written away in a single lawn of like. Oh we fell and now we're on eldorado demon like i feel like we're not going to have any like moments to sort of mourn the loss of all their mom on that we killed. No like it's almost like episode. Twenty five did not exist like nothing. Even it wasn't like it wasn't true phila- because we got from point a. To point but it was enough that if we took out that episode and putting one like throwaway line to start saying oh we just fell from the sky it would be parole even better than having the last episode because the last episode was so bad. Yeah just replacing the last episode recap recap from. This episode would have been pretty much fine. It so that makes twenty five completely. Skip you just his a recap so it just it feels so weird like a karma many other episodes where the episode before maybe evolution episodes but the evolution episodes laced have an evolution. Just feels kind of unaffiliated that you could just sort of ignore the last episode. No it's not a great sign. No delays like plot. Things do happen in this episode sort of well in the last five minutes sort of and then suddenly adrenaline shows up with sage. Ramon and they start to fight. And i i like this. I really just love how they just fighting. And it's completely territorially. Instinctive and sage in one ends up eating debatable. In which is like yet like the way healey chomps down on issues like well. A simmons would eight giant shrimp. Oh yeah no it. Makes lot of sense it let's they. They hung a lot on blue glowing blood this week. Which is it's like dada it makes. I i kind of like the. Ah oh yeah definitely. They probably got away with more than they really should have. Because if you just change the data to be read it would be pretty screwed up. Yeah but i just. I love this pot and i've always loved that When we say like most of the week that on just like randomly evil the prefer a digital who's attacking the kids not because the plot said so what meet the obviously could still say-so but there's no reason beyond that. Like what was debbie moans motive. I still don't know pain. Something didn't get over that. Yes something like that. I don't know if we're ever going to get anything. May maybe even like devin one in the original. He didn't have much of a sort of young and he was just annoyed at the kids existing because they were. He's prophecy something which the prophecy entity him dying anyway. Whatever i don't know Yeah i would much rather prefer like in the first couple of episodes of the original adventure how we had all these digital. They're not evil. They just The territorial and their giant monsters and we kind of have to find them not. Because they're remotely april but because way here they here and they're gonna kill us if we don't like five them all run away. Yeah it's weird that we have pat him on to translate for them which i kind of like when he says he's he's calling saying like oh this food here like that part was fine with. It's just. I don't know it's weird that we're just gonna have one of the voice actors we already have on the payroll. Do all of the interesting for this. Yeah i mean. I don't mind it like do like how this sort of the the bestial cries that sage one has when he's calling out for backup basically it just kind of like. Yeah i did that. So yeah sedro one eight and evolve to warriors asiaone which is also great say of a digital who we haven't seen much. I'm actual was going to ask you if this was new or not. Because i did not own thing on a super old. It was in the at least old enough. That's from the pendulum. X which is. I wanna say close to twenty years old like early two thousands. I think two thousand and three so like would you just like it's sort of sane is almost like an x evolution but without the body part and the name. Yeah also bad seed. You're going to be an ally bad seizure. mona. I hope so. I like i like sage on now. That's the name bad. Yeah well that's same with orion's it's i thought it was always meant to be like waru as before new japanese. Obviously i thought it was meant to be. It's kind of like way but okay. I could see how you'd get there. Yeah yeah meant to be like a devilish one. But i guess like it's kind of is but not means a more is like to be bad bad trouble. He's a baby he's a he's such a bad that he's innocent name. Yup so yeah. I was really happy to see another digital and come up from gauche Ages go under think he's ever been in the anime. Maybe not that. I can call. But now he's being he's he's being from a couple of other things. I was kind of like i know that. I don't want them to pull out another evolution to alternate but he goes into a really cool version of sage. Ramon called gigamon which is just like a megamall on that has like. He's face is more rounded and kind of adorable. I really i prefer gigamon to make us the middle sage. Amman not make one yeah. I was honestly surprised. They didn't meddle dramatic this week. Yeah well i guess maybe that'd be weird because we have a dog master doc evolution like i thought we were going somewhere with that and where i think. Clearly just not. He wanted the show to go somewhere with something. I know i wanted to like surprise me slightly. Oh it's not going to some. i mean. I was surprised that we had boris asiaban. Liked that that is a surprise. Like i'm like oh that's good. I'm glad that we. I mean i know we do. End up pulling make sage on app later. But i'm really glad that we also look at wars asia on as being in existence. I dunno it. Just i'm happy to pull out the toys from two thousand and three that you've never even played with like and that's what i really like about. This season is that i know we're getting some new digital designs also getting like a older older digital that we've only ever really saying in maybe the virtual pets or in time like neo debbie moon. Even though this is the first time he's ever made an animated debut. I'm fairly sudden. He's he's been around since Veto so very early. Two thousands even late nineties and he's also been in the The virtual digital pendulum progress which is also from like two thousand and one or two too. Think so it's it's just really nice to say like all these digital come up that are really old like haven't been having ever really been Showed in like a fairly forgotten and underrated and underappreciated digital so. That's something that i'll i like about. The show is that we get to say these digital. And i get to mark out the we don't we haven't seen any of these digital and at least there are some positives they're back to the human world kosher. Explains that the issue with the ships could be solved without fighting zimmerman and they just have to fix this bug and the gps and then we get like this really like long discussion about how hot it's going to be. I'm just kind. Of like scholley fighting the swamps of baby. Jamal would be easier than well as whole plans. Such a weirdly detailed problem with a pretty reasonable solution blake the time they put into this thing. I can't bring myself to care about. Yeah absolutely and also kosher says they have no other choice and unlike economy. Doodoo kind of do like it's faulting yet. Which i don't think hordes of baby digital on are going to be a problem for four perfect level digital's right like out of at least like this even try and then go no. They're they're doing our war game again. Like i don't know why they didn't even try. They look like well. That's a lot of baby digital on. There's literally nothing to. It's there's just he had a lot yet just kind of a and i'm just sort of. I don't know if it feels weird that they don't even try. Even while kosher was doing. His magic keyboard thing like the auditor tried to help. It would have made things a little more interesting to have something to look at besides kosher tap tap tapping basically hacking into every boat in the world. Which again. I feel like fighting. The baby digital will be slowly as you perhaps back to the digital world war one is to attack tucker so both ogm on one evolve. And i'm not really getting the the whole the link that the timeframe here because i feel like warriors in would be foster attacking tucker and pat on. Then i'll go and govern take to evolve an which makes last episode. Y'all went up to perfect again. Why gimme some consistency here. We didn't even discuss the possibility The out with this yeah. Yeah that they could have also noted one perfect but they also do have a couple of adults on this side. Yeah i just want to perfect show up and we still don't because we're waiting for the kids who finally important enough to be in the show again to shop right at the end which is fine. They realized that they could fight. That's fine. I'm fine with that. They they remember that they were relevant. I forgot we could use violence. Yeah we never tried. We just thought we could. Heck the net hacked the planet. He did hack. The planet that that is kosher. Does he kush rose captain planet. Really mobile little bit works sage. Amman is beaten back and then start screaming underwater and panama. On this what. We said earliest sighting has he saying. Hey this food over here and then he basically summons a mega german and at this point. It's kind of weird of just like why aren't they evolving too perfect like even when touchy device glows. When he's drowning he doesn't evolved to perfect and considering showing that evolving too. Perfect is as complicated as it could be. It's just them like shouting. The digital and name underwater couldn't do it. Yeah but you machos. Could've he wasn't drowning to his death or beverage trying to hell suit god. They do finally all they come out of the water like touch just got the bends. Tachi should be like unconscious at the very least nitrogen. Poisoning is is bad for kids. Also he was holding his breath for like three minutes. Yeah so i think he has like the best lungs but like any ten year old. Or i guess we could say that the digital world weakness in the water isn't like water containers. He's just evacuated soccer yet. He's holding his breath when we say like he's cheeks puff up also again. I know it's a minor thing. But why aren't we using the gogel's. Yeah like i dunno. Anyway yeah. I wish i was wrong. Loss tie tells you malta to get patrimony Out of here. And that's a really weird choice because they're only to To perfect digital that they could find if they evolve and then anyway it's immediately cornered by the warriors stadium on anyway. So it's kind of like whoa. What was your plan. He you know this too perfect level digital on and you know the touchy is only fighting one of them. Where do you think the other one is. Also heavy considered evolving a also. I would like to point out on this. Another thing that makes episode twenty five even worse. Is that the end of the last episode. Even though we would exhausted the entire time at the end of the episode they were really exhausted and surely only a few minutes is pasta. I know they ate at the start of the episode. Yeah that's that's what we got but in that case you should have been able to go up to perfect even sooner like yeah like it's also like i know that food is saying something that recovers you in digital but it doesn't cure like that level of exhaustion. I don't know it's just that they just some weird things that are still hanging from episode. Twenty five. I guess but also if you're saying that you're not exhausted anymore. Evolved a perfect and not struggle. I know that employment yukon because you need the the other good characters to be big damn heroes but it feels we at least give us a reason why we're not evolving. Yeah it's just not very good. It's fine Eight it's very digital. Unlike a lot of the time digital has a problem with just forgetting that they can evolve and anyway we go back to the human world and maybe is is screaming solidly then so reminds he carry exists which is just so hilarious that the majority of the cost except for sora seems to remember that he carry exists. Yup now that's just it's peak digital on like just forgetting why won't you call. How her she's hey. You know who your brothers considered you know missing possibly dead. We know exactly where he is. I think he already knows like he said to her mother while i know they should not though that she knows yeah they should not be aware of jesus yet but like also kind of like i know this any a couple of years of age difference but surely this small eight year old staring at you. The time is kind of terrifying. Nobody acknowledged that she's today. Like all you have to do is be like a. Hey so we're playing a computer game. Come sit down which. I hope the dub does something like if we get a dub of the season. I hope we get like. Don't worry which playing video game like anything to make the game. Basically like i don't understand why they did not something to being the kind of being a little bit. Rude t cari like they see her and they turn around like sore asks washes the. And that's it's we. Don't get any compensation between them after that. So for all we know sorta said why you here and then turn like he consciously listener recurring not. Doing words is occurring nonverbal. Because that would be kind of bad ass. Oh we've seen her like say like a few lawns but they're always involving touchy. Yeah like it's always just it. I'm worried we're going to get like a tucker a nissan again but we could carry this time. I really think we are also like the way we can save. This is just be like yeah this is. This is to kids with autism. it's fine everyone's just okay with it but that is going to happen. Yeah it's not gonna happen in digital and does that. That'd be surprising that would be amazing. Then we get back to digital world and there's a battle in touchy falls off a cliff presumably to his death and right. He's also beaten up by sage as tonci drowning and then apparently touchy up to hold his breath for much longer than a tenure should be able to. Meanwhile she's just address all of the other digital on just start randomly firing into the water and no one hits him yet. It feels like it's kind of like got calling the commander on like ten episodes ago. I think maybe it was less. It feels like it was like ten episodes ago with commando on a shooting and is very star wars and just like that. No one's heating no one's grazing the only time the the laser beams hit is when like liam on like tries to deflect them with his sword which seems weird because i wanted heating anyway like nobody knows how to kill children in this show. Now it's my room tells me i should not finish the sentence like i'm like that's the thing i liked about. Public moaning the original. I know yes. We're going back to another digital say's which isn't this one but like tried to more or less kill. The kids Ken as the causa he had like he. He literally kicked a frumpy. He kicked a puppy. He tried to kill the children Pied one didn't try to kill them but he kind of turned them into dole's which was closer somewhat crazier. It was creepy. Like what is he going to do with them. Like just going to keep them. They're like thank you digital version of his historical from hunter. Hunter like it's creepy. But and i don't think midas known tried hot enough to kill the children but really we don't have a lot of digital who tried to kill the kids so yeah just why they at killing children. It's probably not that hard right. How does she think so. Yeah i feel like. I could just punch out a few of them. Yeah like i dunno like also make a sage one just as a giant shrimp thing. So i don't know why. Okay don devon did vol and we saw that and that was that was great. Why don't we try to the same thing i don't know so anyway. We see the human world again in joe mentioned dada and this is like a fading run for digital on an an outlook Notes that the black spots coming from whether zimmerman we're eating and then zimmerman just disappear Says how the energy must have been sent to digital world and something must be happening. I'm guessing that this is something for the next big bad we haven't seen yet presumably. Maybe it's going to dock not moan though yeah. I wouldn't be surprised to be done again. Because that seems very like on brand for the show so far and so yet so the dot is being sent the digital world and then he carries says that she's being cold and then just right up lots of and transport some older digital world which is like it kind of makes sense because jesus pal is but it's also failure lazy writing like we're not going to have to try to work at how to get back to the digital world like no one that's been of no one's concern and it just feels like and why why now why she being cold now. Why was she being cold when her brother was being would why like she was basically there the entire the for a while now. I don't know why she didn't just say to the kids Tied she's just being void or tied cheese. Okay or something. Yeah we also has a. Apparently we just have two different people with magic powers that includes the ability to just open a gate in a magic gazebo. Like it's very much like it. I feel like it's lazy riding. I know that like it. It makes sense because jesus palace but no it's so lazy 'cause like we literally had a character go from. She said maybe seven sentences but also she just has the ability to magically move them back and forth between worlds at will. Yeah it's fine so we're not gonna ever used that again. It's only going to allow us to be terribly lazy writers and get some of these kids out of the way long enough to have the important kids. Fight the big bad. Yeah also like i have. I have a few questions one who is calling her. It phantom on slash tilmant is of homies. Dice is my way the And i really hope that we still get able tilman. Yeah that would be bad because if it's a one that sort of implies that a fanny mon is one still fanny. Mon all will want at least end. Two is good because you know she's like it's it's wash lies. She's calling the main characters back to the digital world that seems like a thing a good digital and would do so i i kind of want really want like just a straight up able tail mon. Who knows who she is but has just become a bad guy like she still has her memories of being like the holy digital or like one of the legendary warriors or whatever they're calling the partner digital were originally but she is like she's piece completely aware of that but she's like no. I'm mad for this reason. And i hope is actually raised on oprah show just like no. I've decided on bad now so i. I'm hoping that it's not tell on calling here. I hope it is home status as much as homicide. Isis is quite often written. Has plot like it's magic. It's just sex off montana. This what the writers say. Yeah it's just he. Yeah i yeah it. It's very much a way to spain. This is we need to give exposition or get characters from this location this location or have some magic going on or something. And that's usually what hamas is used for enshrine. She was used for expedition and also as kind of like a little bit of a body and sort of and then in original. Eventually it was for ex position. So yeah i mean i wouldn't hate if we get homies devices. Just because that's part of the law and the law they put in the better. The the bed of the anime has a chance of being because law equals point equals expensive equals possibly not terrible but yes so they get transported to the digital world and then we get back to the digital world anti cheese underwater and still alive and he's digitized glows and everyone attacks make won't after gray modest rises to the surface and then another stage shows up as as well as another warriors. Asian one and another mega stadium on another sage amman and then touchy. he's he carries voice and has a has like eight does have a reasonable reaction here of like what like he which is fair and zoom on up to rescue targeting ugh on and the rest of the cost five which is pretty cool especially a little known saying excuse me as she finds a canon writes the sage ramones horn. So that's pretty cool dislike entering with excuse me like i love her. So good lily. More liberal is so good. I'm so glad that she's back and hopefully will no longer be the these four kids is digital be as as pipo which is what they have been sort of being fighting as they just felt a lot weaker than they should have been and then we learned that he carries he to and touch reaction is like i know he'd be stunned and shocked but he's reaction is fairly empty very nothing and a high they had better give me a reason for this because as it stands just like oh right. He literally looked like he just remembered. He has a sibling yet. Which is hilarious in the in the whole like not the show is running gag because it's not on purpose but our running gag of just like no one remembers that he cario tachi exist. It would not immediately looking at them like we. She's yeah the year coming. Family has been cursed to forever lack object permanence like. They had another sibling once. He's name was dog. Oh and he had a bam on but since he disappeared. We don't remember him. That was a sad putting try but anyway so it it. I know that he's probably in shock. Like if your little sister randomly showed up when you're in the digital world for one. I be like what because i don't have a little sister but presuming i do. I would be kind of a little bit surprised. But i feel like i would have much more of a reaction than just like Get in diesel. Employing and i was queuing up for carry on each carry each end. Oh yeah me too. I was like oh well because we know the right is so far we know that they like that and they sometimes they like that so we and we kind of got you'll like she said on each on and he was like okay. I forgot your name. Just come to me. Don't worry like his professor familiar. You look familiar. We've got vaguely the same sort of hair color story or girl know what what is my grandson's name like i don't know and the thing is and we know that we're getting a a new ending animation and song next week for episode twenty seven so i really hope that we don't have yukari in it just because that'll be hilarious or just like we. Can you miss it. Yeah i mean with baileigh. San he carrying anything we saw tucker in the ending song with panama on and also the in troy but he had been the ending song for like quite a few episodes before he showed up. So i don't know it just like way. Just forgetting he carry exists. and i'm just. It seems kind of weird. Because she's been in the intro since the first episode with tilman who was in the shadows which is why i think that she might be even more evil than she was in the first time round that would be good would not going to get it because it's too good like i say every episode. That's going to happen because it's just it'd be too good like i dunno. So then we get a voiceover update about how old is ships have regained control and military clashes main avoided for the time being and tachi osce why there and she says she was cold. Which thanks he carry your. You have no character at the moment. Like i hope you get a character shown to be fair. I don't take a character yet though. They are both just jesus. And as far as i can tell. There's not some deeper thing about it. We're just being bad at making the mysterious really. We just have creepy. Magic children gab. Link feel like they're going to send you out to the corn. Yeah like that's the thing and also the thing i liked about the original is the tk as kind of like slightly annoying. You people around him. He had a character. He was a crybaby he. You know he was out of that. Yeah but in this season have we even had. Tk being afraid at any point. Despite just like. I know that's kind of cool. That he would stand up to stand up against like john evil digital on. But you gotta give us a physics. He has to not just gonna get yourself murdered tomorrow ramos about these any. It's only been don't even have like a shot of him. Being terrified which this situation would be terrified terrified. Not just to an eight year old to anyone. you'll faced with the devil. That's scary or giant eagle bird. That's scary falling your death. that's terrifying. Like none of these kids have like any fee to them which makes it same at least in the original. We had like a bit of Divisive all we don't know what will happen if we shooting because humilation so we'll be fine but at least that gave him sort of a reason for being slightly on the bright side but that didn't seem to be a death will now and like i don't know i think if you're gonna show me that these kids really brave you have to not you have to give me. Some contrast showed them being afraid. And then doing the thing anyway. Don't just courage and again anyway. So the episode ends there and then in the encyclopedia we get introduced. Zuta on emi latitude on shell is a trophy. Want if another digital on which we kind of say happened in the evolution sequence and kushner wanted to visit them and one is the shell is change depending on the mood and kushner said he's just going straight up next time and this is a great crew. I wish that would be a thing. Yeah that's absolutely fantastic. Like i i like the digital encyclopedia is really great with adding in these little. Like what is What is shell was from a different digital on each time. Like what if it was from the shell on or shell him on or something. It was just a different. Shell like if it was shell nim on. It would just be zoom on but a snail like everything's the same shell in terms of design but like it could have been. Yeah that'd be that'd be cool like there's a lot of like interesting combinations ideas that you can get from like this silly throwaway line that will never be referenced again and my temple temple. She is going off my damon. Slide tamagotchi but yeah i just under this great concept of like of having like a not so much species variations but just sort of like slot color variations depending on maybe the certain area in which pseudomonas from maybe the the didn't when he gets to shelf from from that area so he gets a different shell or become paintings based on the pseudo on tribe in epi doubt began. It'd be bad i'd be down. Yeah that'd be cool to this so much like i know. She's a throwaway line. Never gonna get anything from it but this is like one of the most interesting parts of this episode is put forward of just like different like this different ways. You can visuals. what is like it's just. It's such a we throw away lawn. And i absolutely love it like the digital encyclopedias. Adjust they feel like they've got more efficient into them than the rest of the plot. It's weird. I don't know there's so unwilling to do anything that would involve meaningful progress to the things that are happening in canon so all interesting ideas just get shoved into this one random moment of kosher or being adorable basically it which just it and i'm so glad he didn't have a random law and about the pillow because that feels like the putting yet deputy also feel like they're putting in that line whenever they can't think of anything else to say So i swear it i. I was expecting another pillar reference. Like oh joe has appeal sits to sit on the hard shell but no we went on somebody. That's actually like this song. So many thoughts like we're spending too long about this. Shell idea but that's because like it was the best protein episode it basically. Well i really did like the warriors age in one part like my weather with our being instinctive and territorial and actual monsters bitta yet. The that's the episode. What we all highlights this week. Okay so i definitely ragged on it. But i sort of appreciate that. If they're going to do this weird real world problem thing that they give me a reasonable answer and make me think kosher roads capable for being able to do it like that whole thing. I still wish i cared about it. It's like a fairly decent set up to an action movie. They just like did not make me care yet. But that they didn't make you care because they didn't spend enough time with it. It was always just quick flashes of what's going on in the human world. Yeah and the characters just sitting on a bench and talking about it from the majority of the time like i was the main plot at a minimum you could have had a had them like a try to fight the tiny little baby demand doing horrible things and then also done your thing with the hacking of the boats or whatever but as it is it's just like oh yeah the did you monitor standing around going. Hey someone should fix this basically. But it's mainly because we're going to say what's in the digital realm of spending so much time with the touchy new macho side of things. We don't have time to flesh out the situation in the human world more than just like this problems and kushner is going to tell us why it's a problem like and that's basically painted. But i i did kind of like how we think solution like. I did appreciate. That really liked how they are now in the digital world that was definitely a highlight just on the basis of like the way we did it because apparently just have a pair of jesus's it was written in relase lee. How they did it. But i'm i'm hopeful that like i swear. The out enjoyment of the episodes definitely went down the moment that the main character the characters that we liked decided to not be in the show like i can i can see a trend in allies wasn't even on breakfast. They're just like oh we're at home. All right just own. Bow and not care about our friends still trapped there. Yeah i mean. I know we had a couple of episodes. It went terrible that we live. Like i know that the upgrade episodes we put sort of in the middle of our rankings but for the most pot all the episodes that have been happening since the the whole four characters just hanging out in the real world. His being kind of that. They've been a lo- episodes so hopefully starting next episode when we have allow characters back. It's going to stopping good again. I don't know how they going to if they're going to focus more on the four kids that we haven't seen. I really hope that i have no faith that we might. Yeah absolutely same. If we're lucky we'll get some focus on talkative and he cari and let them save words. That are not only. yeah basically. I'd like to see like a he. Coury talk through both have characters other than paying the the sibling like that. That's kind of getting annoying yet. Looked like pat him on was going to revolve next time or at least do something involving wings so and also pat him on easter nixed. The the getting feel like it's going to be an evolution episode. Yeah which just like. It's fine that means we can like. I don't have faith for them to do this. Because they've not really shown me the by ken tucker but off hope that we actually get some character development for the tuck tucker rather than just being the little brother and also raises. Yeah me too. I am a little over. Jesus now basically yeah. Finally jays spirit has not moved me you know. I know it's meant to be like the simple. I which is like the first day of christmas. But i'm already over. Jesus yeah do we have any other highlights as in all my classes so that was a cool thing about this week. They highlight not of of this episode. Particularly i mean one of my main highlights besides the kids being the other kids being like relevant again. Heartfully is definitely the territorial monster fight. Like i'm was up. The kids got involved. I was pretty into how like weirdly filan and nature film. This whole thing was yeah and even even with the ending where we just have a shitload of balu data blood coming out of One of the seadream hans was kinda wild. I was into that. I wish we were gonna do a little more of that. Actually who absolutely. I like eighty. It is not so we get just like this was not able the student loans. Just a wild. Jim on end. We saw that. By the fact that laura didn't speak or a sage unwanted just sort of made noises which is is. It's great. i like it i like. We're actually trading digital monsters. and not. they're not all like super sentient. Super friendly sort of creatures they are they can be also monsters and the to fight because they want to survive and they want to eight. Like the motivation of them attacking the children was just. They wanted to feed like that they are. They are hungry that this is an. They stay surround their prey. And that that's just fine like you don't always have to have like all. I am mad at the humans because they are humans and i hate them like you can just say is simply as they hungary and they are surviving. And that's kind of how animals do and so i. I like that pot. It's very simple hotline. But hot main also it kind of just show us that. These are these days based creatures creatures. They're not just all that then. They don't like super smart all like living in society. Some of them are just deal like creatures and it's nice. I like it. Can't coming over the audio. Well let's see now. I think that about does it for me this week. Yeah what about lowlights. I was bored the entire time. I was bought but i enjoyed it more than previous episodes like it was very much. It wasn't it wasn't episode happened but they weren't meant like they weren't that many highlights but there weren't that many lowlights either like my mind. Low light is just like. I can't believe that it's just jesus powering to the did the digital world. We're not going to explain how he got. The human world. Got to really explain why we got to even visual award of down for that. I wish that. I believe we were going to do something interesting with this. Like god give give me a time. Skip at major. The team that he carry leads. What she's just. The person who can just randomly opened the gate. I mean let me weird magic shit with her life yeah. I don't think we're ever going to go anywhere with i think. It's just randomly chemist. Isis is calling her like she doesn't have magic communist. Isis does yup. Yeah but that's like that's kind of like her character up to this point and we'll be nothing else. Yeah yep. I wish i could really predict this. It's gonna turn out that. The person calling her is makki from the tri university. That would be really cool. And like she's being in the digital world the whole time and and so it is tank. Homies tastes like Has like permanently like in grinder self within machi like that. That'd be cool. Hopefully like we have now Well now i've seen episode twenty six. We have sixty six episodes. We have thirty nine full episodes to to watch so they could very well. Just be doing zero two. And then also try do rebuild the galleon where the first you know the first movie the first section of plot is a retread and then you go off the rails by the end that that that can be really good. You can do. You can actually sort of do things with that like. I don't know i'm hopeful. At least and yet we have any other lowlights northerly lots. No no both doing tonight. Bark thing was wild. Yes all right favorite character. We don't have stevie stunts yet as i've let yet to provide us with the thoughts but we will address that wins. Davey sends through thoughts are soldiers. Move straight onto the favorite character a queen. Who's your favorite character minute who was yours. Mama's he curry just for like a no. She didn't do much. But i'm just glad that she brought the characters like care about into the loss. Basically so i'm giving it to a just on the basis of that. I'm gonna go with a with lily mon for fe having a pretty good battles shot and just like saying excuse. Me was my highlight of sister. Yes -scuse me about very much. Yeah like i was going to choose mon. but like he carry also valid What about the the rating. This episode probably gave it to high. But i mainly gave it to one the characters bang Relevant again that like and also also let him once battle shot and also the base. he'll fight. So i gave it a three point five which is probably too high. It was going to be three but then battling five. That's it's it's still better than this improvement. Besides i didn't actively hate it. I was just kind of board. Yeah we should just kind of like a two point. Five is perfect to that because that's exactly half-way ranking we'll be little bit without stevie will sort of guess where we put it and then we'll see if steve agrees once i watched the episode of but i put this episode in eighteenth place so underneath episode as the children siege but above episode twenty four. The final stage done. Debbie mon of quin. Worry putting this episode. We're going to go right above bertrand source. Let's say the be one to eighteenth place. Yeah okay so right about pretty much exactly the same which is like a pretty good place to slow the san unless stevie really like this episode. I'll put it in But we bought though in the overall. I'm looking at the overall and we episode. Twenty four is above episode four. Are we going to put it above episode twenty four in seventeenth place are we gonna put it below episode twenty but above episode for your call. I'm good either way Let's just put it in eighth place for now. We'll say a so. It's just eighteen th place for you myself and the overall we'll see how stevie feels about the absurd wants a once they have watched it on send thoughts through so yeah. So that was it for the the ranking. I will get my questions from youtube up. Because i have not open to quit. I don't think that many questions on this on the last week's episode Three comments on video So first of all we have desi formation. Who asks who's adventure. Is it the kids. That are sitting around in a random park in tokyo Playing battleship and he has kind of kind of okay. Now it is kind of. Yeah next ganesh say denver felt like symptom rather than a cause. I'm guessing somehow tied to moon millennium on and maybe like that one wasn't Absolutely down for that. Especially because dr Definitely run off with crystal. Looks like men will any moan and law sleep. We have chad on also on youtube saying that. This digits series is why document than any before and showcase just dangerous creatures really all. I think we've had we've had data but yeah definitely. I put a gun in a child's face yet and we had like I know that we had done debbie. Mona tried to eat it a human which is terrifying. But i think we have had donka before like with heads saves with had tamers even parts of the original adventure had the kids facing doom and the main thing is the previously. We've had kids react the way they should in this season. They seem fairly okay with the idea of dying. It's it's a lot. They're also super okay with the idea of murder basically. Yeah which is i mean. I know that to survive but it just of feels weird the blake by the time we've had three battles in an hour like these kids should be traumatized and also the digital wanted should be exhausted dig- vard and just got better. He said i don't remember the pot off aden and like but you still romantic game. You've ever you remember shooed. Correct like he definitely was aiden. And i feel like he is the most or k. Buffet aiden out of like anyone else in the world like it. It is kind of weird or any other thoughts he got. He got a lot better. We have how no okay. Hopefully this is the start of an uptick or at everyone join us next time as we cover episode twenty seven to the new continent. Do we have any predictions. Curry will barely say anything. I don't. I'm worried that we're going to have carry bailey saying everything again. Because that's just kind of what she does now like. I don't wanna see that. I don't want we already had the introduction of tk which was basically just like he could only say on each on like barely say anything else. Yeah basically like we have. I really would like some characters from take. That isn't just like he's the little brother. And i want more from carry than she's a little sister also chasis like we just want a little bit more than that. We've had enough wanting not what i predict in my predictions fairly like not so not so comfortable like at the best case i can only imagine myself being bored. Like i can't imagine myself coming in to sit down to record. And say hey. This was the best episode of digital out of all the seasons. Like i don't imagine that Like start happening anytime. I know the couple of episodes. This season have been quite good but it's been a long time since we had anything. That was just sort of just good and like on every episode centered around. Mamie is good though. So i'm sure have mamie assode again soon. God i hope so. Yes Any other predictions. Now all right. So i will read theatrical. I'm doing it this time. Stevie end quinn. Both were able to do this out. really well so i'm going to try to say the woods description and discussion without Flooding at all so. Please wish me luck. And i'm going to start also a gumbo. I'm going to try. Start saying it slowly. Also if you have the episode you would have heard my seventy thousand different attempts that same intro. I don't know why. I just flubbed at the intro this time so that's the a terrible song i'm going to read the at all. It's like maybe i go to my system all right. I will clear my throat. Because i have to or i suddenly dumps linked in description and our red bubble which i actually had name all the other day. Somebody bought some stickers from us. So if you're listening to this. 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Day 251 (Ezekiel 37-39) - Year 2

The Bible Recap

07:36 min | 3 months ago

Day 251 (Ezekiel 37-39) - Year 2

"Hey. Bible readers. I'm barely Kabul and I'm your host for the Bible Recap. Today, we open with Valley Vision and sticks sign act Ezekiel's vision in the valley of dry bones is probably his twenty minutes of fame. This is what he's most known for. In fact, I've heard probably half a dozen sermons preached on this using it to illustrate a variety of different things like God, making dead people into a powerful army or how people have the power to speak live into things. But lots of them have nothing to do with what the Texas actually teaching here, and some of them are even biblically inaccurate. So today we're GONNA make sure we keep our eyes on the text and the context to see what God is actually communicating to us about himself and his plan. Ezekiel has a vision of a bunch of dry bones in a valley as far as the eye can see, there's nothing but femurs and fabulous. Then through Ezekiel God commands the bones to live. This is God's command not Ezekiel's we can hear versus four through six where God says prophesy over these bones and say to them. Oh, dry bones hear the word of the Lord thus says the Lord God to these bones behold I will cause breath to enter you and you shall live and I will send us upon you and we'll cause flesh to come upon you and cover you with skin and put breath in you and you shall live and you shall know that I am the Lord. So we can see that God is the one who issued the command and God is the one who breathes life into them and yes of course, we know God could have done it without Ezekiel Gut doesn't need Ezekiel for this, but he loves him and he's using him. So Ezekiel gets the joy of being part of God's process in this vision. God says, this vision represents the twelfth drives, the people of Judah and Israel. He will give them new life and bring them back to their land. Error Three things I find interesting about this story. I it connect suspect to God's original creation of mankind in the garden of Eden back in Genesis two God created Adam out of the dust of the ground and breathed life into him to God is recreating things here. Second. The word used for breath here is the Hebrew Word Ruak which is also translated more often as spirit. And third did you notice that? God doesn't command the bodies to breathe that seems like it would make more sense right? Instead, he commands the breath to enter the bodies. I think there's some spiritual symbolism for us in there somewhere. Then God tells Zeke. You'll to perform a sign act. Here's the plan. We'll take a stick and write gin company on it to represent the southern kingdom then he'll. Right Joseph and every and company on another stick representing the northern kingdom. Then he'll tie the sticks together like a law firm merger except it'll actually be the restoring of all that has been broken relationships in the three hundred fifty years since the kingdom divided. This is an especially big deal because it's been one hundred and fifty years since the northern kingdom was overthrown by the Assyrians. So it's possible that the newly exiled people of the southern Kingdom think that the northern kingdom has been destroyed entirely. But. This sign act lets them know that God has preserved a remnant from the northern tribes to they get their own stick and he'll bring them all back to their land and set one shepherd over them. A king from the Line of David and the remnant of Israel will be restored reunited Andrew Pennant because God. Himself will be among them will sanctify them and he will live out his eternal covenant of peace, with. Them. In Chapter Thirty Eight, we meet a king named Gog. I'm GONNA pronounce his name. Goldberg. So there's no mistaking whether I'm saying Gog or God. So Goget a nation named Magog except no one knows who he is or where this is and even the details Ezekiel gives us about him make things more uncertain. For instance, his army is comprised of people from all over the place. So that doesn't help us narrow down his location. What do we make of this mysterious king and kingdom? Lots of commentators think Ezekiel has invented this king as an amalgam of all the powerful nations that have opposed God's people throughout history. Ezekiel even uses a lot of the same imagery he used earlier with Tyra Egypt. So go seems to be an archetype that represents God's enemies for that reason, and the fact that God twice tells us that this will happen in the latter days. Most commentators think this is a yet to be fulfilled prophecy the end times. Ezekiel says some peculiar things will happen in the future that involve both go and the restored remnant. They'll be dwelling securely than Gogel show up to attack them. Why? Why why is God bringing this big bad enemy against his people? Fortunately in Verse Sixteen he tells us. Why God says in the latter days, I will bring you against my land that the nation's May know me when through you know Gloag I, vindicate. My. Holiness before there is. God says he's doing this to remind all the nations around Israel not to mess with him or his people by demonstrating his dominance over a powerful enemy. The less powerful enemies won't risk attacking God's people clever. So when go shows up on the scene, God will send an earthquake and fire and hail and pestilence and mass confusion or the people of jobs army accidentally kill each other. We saw this happened before judges seven. And of course, God closes this with his traditional. Then they will know that I am the Lord. In Chapter Thirty Nine God lays it on even thicker for Goeke. He says, he's not just going to show up at the site of googles army and attack them, but he'll also through fire on meg their homeland. And this is where my God shot appears. God says Israel will take all the weapons, go who's going to use against them and recycle them into fuel not only that but Israel will also get the spoils of a war. They didn't even have to fight who is this God, who takes the enemies efforts to destroy his people and turns them to bless his people instead. It's like Joseph said in genesis fifty after running into the brothers who sold him into slavery years earlier. Humid evil against me but God meant it for good. God doesn't land on Zero God doesn't shift into neutral. This isn't him working out everything so that it's perfectly fair nothing about this is fair. This is absolutely undeserved generosity and unmerited favor nothing God's people have done has earned them anything but eternal separation from him. But he doesn't say I forgive you now leave me alone. He says here's a new heart to love me with, and here's my spirit to empower your obedience and here's the eternal kingdom you're going to inherit. You guys no one is like him. He's the joyous. Every year I take at least one trip to Israel to visit cities like Bethlehem. Jerusalem. Made just kidding on that last one and I want you to come with me. You will see scripture come to life because we visit some of the places you've read about in the past two, hundred and fifty one days. If you want to find out about more about our trip, visit the Bible Recap Dot Com and click on the Israel. Inc just fill out the interest form them will send you details. You can also check for Lincoln today shown us. The. Bible recap is brought to you by. discipleship and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week.

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Weirdhouse Cinema: Mad Love (1935)

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

1:17:06 hr | 3 weeks ago

Weirdhouse Cinema: Mad Love (1935)

"This episode is brought to you by ibm today. Answers matter more than ever before. That's why ibm is helping. Businesses manage customer. Questions with watson assistant. It's conversational ai. Designed to work for any industry. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm dot com slash watson. Assistant a folks if you've listened to our classic episode of invention the condom. You know that in the modern day you do not have to use magical amulets or crocodile products anymore. We are living in a golden age of sexual health technology. Today's episode is sponsored by trojan trojan. Condoms help protect against both unintended pregnancy and std's trojan has the reliability of a brand. That has done this for over one hundred years. It's all about what feels right to you. So head over to amazon and grab a box of trojan condoms. And maybe a second box. You've been wanting to try out. Welcome to stuff to blow your mind. A production of heart radio pay welcome to weird house cinema. My name is rob land. And i am joe mccormick in today's were doing mad love. That's right. this is a film that i've been excited to do on weird house cinema even before we we really formalize what this would be Now before we get into the movie you might be asking. Well what what do this bay. What is weird. How you know you may think of stuff to blow your mind. And of course you think of the science and culture show well stuffed to blow your mind remains a science and culture. Podcast on tuesdays and thursdays. Friday night is our time to focus on weird films. We may also discuss science and culture on the show but we put the weird horse ahead of the cart on these days This show as the haunted hands of the movie. Podcast grafted onto the body of a science. Podcast i like it so this is a movie. That's come up on stuff to blow your mind proper before. Think maybe did it. Come up in talking about I dunno cutting off of the body retaining memories. Or i think it's come up a few times because i had never seen the movie before but i had seen the trailer for mad love. The trailer is just wonderful because it begins with peter. Laurie sitting on a couch next to a dog. That's bigger than he is getting a mon call from a from a beautiful actress. Who wants to tell him how great he is in the movie that they starred in together. It's one of those wonderfully weird trailers just so different from anything you see today because it begins with this real supposedly real life conversation where she's like. Oh peter laurie i loved you and him. Tell me about this new film. You have coming up and then you go to a more proper trailer. That's right in for such a a mundane beginning of a trailer. This is a fabulously strange movie. Especially for what did it come up. Nineteen thirty four. Is that right thirty five. I believe they're okay Thirty four thirty five yeah. I think you're right thirty five and Wow what a strange film. It's got a it it one of the strangest things. I think we should just sell right up front is there is a costume that peter. Laurie puts on in the later. Half of the movie that like is just hard to believe. It comes from the era that it does it. It seems very cybernetic. Yeah it is to behold but but outside of that they're just a number of crazy weird elements in this film and it has at least two eccentric performances first and foremost that of peter. Laurie With will get into in a minute but You know what. I'll go ahead and do the elevator pitch for this this movie. You know generally what we're talking about here before we get into discussing the players a gifted but deranged surgeon named doctor. Gogol becomes obsessed with horror actress. Yvonne or lock and windy vons husband. The famous pianists. Stephen warlock suffers a brutal accident. Gogol transplants the hands of an executed killer onto or lock and from here Everything just spirals into this this kind of weird tale of psychological manipulation and delusion. Let's hear just a snippet that trailer i have conquered. Hey mike county come. He's about when he's mad. Not he knows that men killed fifteen. He likes so one of the things that maybe we should start with his the title of this movie because it doesn't really communicate what this film is really all about which is like severed hands and and crazy psychological manipulation. Yeah mad love. Is i think kind of an imperfect title. I far prefer the alternative title. Sometimes it plays under and that is the hands of horlock feels somewhat insignificant. Given the focus of the film is is not on lock as much as it is on. Dr gogo peter. Laurie's character. i also think the for modern viewers. There's also this this This this we have to take into to mind that you have this. Nineteen ninety five film. This also called mad love. That many of us might have remembered if you didn't see it then. And maybe even the trailers and it starred chris o'donnell and drew barrymore and none of the plot elements. Were discussing completely unrelated film. I'm sure it's it's quite nice. It was directed by antonia bird. Who of course directed ravenous in one thousand nine hundred nine tonight and ninety four but but yeah nothing to do with peter. Laurie and the hands for lock or anything. I believe it was based on a short story of orlando right. like lemon. do or lock. Yeah this was by french. Fantasy and horror writer. Maurice renard live eighteen. Seventy five nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine and i am not. I wasn't really familiar with the works of renar. He wrote multiple tales of mad scientists alien beings futuristic technology and this is just one of four screen adaptations of the hands of warlock. And it wasn't the first. The first was the nineteen twenty four silent austrian film starring. conrad vite. Who many of you may know from the cabinet of dr category. Gari or the man who laughs. Which even if you haven't seen it you may have seen a still from it. Because it's often discussed as an inspiration for the joker in the batman franchise. Yeah really other worldly disturbing face In canada doctor. cali gari. Does he plays cesar the some nambu list. I believe so. I have a hard time remembering the characters in category as much as the. You know the the breathtaking visuals. That's that's certainly when it comes to silent films worth watching today. That's that's one of the good ones. Anyway conrad played or lock in that but there was no gogel instead. There is a less essential character. A surgeon named dr sarah so it it seems that by the time they ended up making mad. Love like they've they've adapted enough. They've made more of a character out of the surgeon. The surgeon has become the center of the peace as opposed to just this contemplation of futuristic hand transplantation and how how how that affects our our idea of of body and personality integrity. Now there were a couple of other adaptations of the hands of lock. One was a nineteen sixty five french-british adaptation that actually had christopher lee playing nero. The magician of which i think was just an. I don't know why you would y you would mess around with the plot that much there you go and then in nineteen sixty two. There was an american adaptation titled hands of stranger that starred nobody in particular. I think the the main nowhere where the thing about it is that Director new arnold also directed blood sport and was assistant director on a lot of major films such as blade runner in the godfather part two. Oh that's interesting. Yeah but the basic plot element here of what you could think of is transplant panic and the idea of the transplanted limb altering an individual's personality. You see that showing up in a great many films and tv episodes just to name a few. There is the hand of fear and episode of the tom. Baker era doctor who series there's nineteen ninety-one one body parts starring jeff a. Yeah man yeah. Lindsay duncan and brad. Dorf and then you'll find various horror anthology episodes. I think that they they either have this particular plot of oh i. Now i have the hands of a killer or in the hands of a stranger on my body as well as a related. But different form of dismemberment panic films about disembodied crawling hands. I'd love to come back to crawling hand films in future. Oh maybe a future october episode. Now this reminds me of something we talked about not too long ago on on stuff to blow your mind when we did the episode I wanna new blood that was all known blood transfusions and how they were experiments in the seventeenth century as far back as the seventeenth century in france to transfused the blood of animals into humans for various reasons some of which were Not necessarily all that grounded in good science but for example you might perform lobotomy. Because of the galena day you'd bleed patient to reduce a fever or to reduce mania or something and then there was some surgeons at the time who said you know what we should do is take out the bad blood and then replace it with the blood of an animal. That has the personality characteristics that we want to put into the person so if somebody is overly excited they're suffering from a mania you would put a blood into their body because the gentleness and coolness of the lamb would come through in the blood and this also but this was also countered by people who opposed blood transfusions on the idea that you could create some kind of hybrid creature that negative qualities of the original animal would come through in the new person and they wouldn't really be fully human anymore so there's long been this idea that transfusing blood from one creature to another or trans planning a body part from one creature to another or one person to another brings with it. Some kind of personality characteristic. Yeah yeah this this concern over the the integrity of the body When we get into the transplantation of of tissues and fluids and organs and limbs. And i think one thing to note is that while a lot of the concerns over of over blood have sort of way with the With with the widespread use of blood transfusions will some religious objections to to blood transfusions Here and there but for the most part it has become a part of our everyday life. You know like you if you're not giving blood every day you may hear about blood drives etc. It's just part of the medical reality of the modern world. Hand transplants is. We'll discuss a little later of are far far rarer. They are a far more complicated procedure in one. That is not not every day and it also seems like our ability to pull it off his still evolving. So you definitely see that that that same kind of energy in these transplantation panic films and other You know Bits of fiction that this ordeal with this idea. What if the hands of another became my hands. Would they really be my hands And that of course is one of the key things going on in this film. I like the idea. Though of these science fiction films that take a very scientifically earliest sibley scientifically grounded premise. This is about a medical science performing experiments at the edge of what what was known to medicine that the day But it's still basically believes in magic still basically believes that like hands contain some magical essence of the brain of the person they came from and it seems to me at you know. Modern science fiction doesn't usually operate on quite that level of belief in the supernatural yet. There is there's certainly a dash of the supernatural in this one There is a lot of science fiction you know it is essentially like a science fiction is always about our our hopes and our societies concerning where technology is taking us and at the time it was looking towards the future in which we would be able to carry out Hand transplant so certainly double hand transplants. We eventually got to that point But at the time it just pure speculation in wwe we may get to this point and then when we get there what will they mean. What if it goes wrong. And then the way it goes wrong. It goes a bit more. In the speculative in magical direction by going beyond like what if it doesn't work but also getting into that area of what it isn't me anymore. Now if you have seen any image from this film and i think there's a decent chance you have. It is probably the image of peter. Laurie in his rollo. Costume will explain how that fits into the plot A little bit more in more detail later but in in this costume. It's peter laurie wearing this bizarre metal and leather neck brace that goes over his shoulders and goes up to his chin and his laced up with Like a shoe and then with metal hands and dark sunglasses are almost kind of welding goggles and a big black hat yes. It is a really nightmarish image. To the hold i like. It was definitely an influence on the gestapo agent taught in raiders of the lost ark. A play by ron lacy in ron lacey gives a very laura esca performance in that especially when you take into a key when you take into account the code in the hat as well and also early character concepts for that character and raiders apparently gave him a cybernetic metal arm. I feel like there's a some strong comparisons to be made there. And i and i think i have read that That spielberg went with lacey. Because he reminded him of peter. Laurie oh that's interesting. Well this is getting us into the the people who were involved in this movie so maybe we should start with looking at the director. Karl freund who was a cinematographer before was a director proper and I recognize the same immediately when it came up in the opening credits. And i realized where i recognized from was from the movies of fritz. Long at right he was cinematographer on metropolis As well as the nineteen not of fits long film. But the nineteen thirty one dracula film is another film that he was cinematographer on. He was a cinematographer on one hundred sixty three films. According i d and was active through the nineteen sixties. He worked on some other universal horror films. Think didn't he was involved with the mummy. Yeah he directed in one thousand nine thirty. Two's the mummy starring. Boris karloff is. Okay but the main attraction here really. The centerpiece is peter. Laurie as dr google This is the ultimate highlight in this film as the picture i think gives them a chance to shine just in multiple ways because as gogol. It's it's interesting. He's he sometimes quite dapper and sly walking around smoking gazing kind of slyly at everything around him other times. He's the strategy can earn a stephen manic character. And then there's the scene which again we'll get into more details on an a bit. Where he he takes on the guise of this reassembled rollo character and he gives a really other worldly performance in this this kind of science fiction within a science fiction and then ultimately the whole plot. Kristen does indeed madness and he plays an increasingly mad character. So laurie i feel like really gets to just trot out all the tools in this particular movie. I think that when mad love was first released sort of mostly or at least partially critically panned. I think people look says okay. This is childish trash but even in those reviews. There was a lot of praise for laurie. Because peter laurie is obviously you know. One of the great actors. One of the great film actors of all time yeah. He was a hungarian. American actor of jewish descent. Made made a whole career. Basically out of playing weird characters just weirdos. He had kind of a. You know a kind of a weird A symmetrical look and he had this this wonderful accent in this kind of Raspy voice the voice. I don't even have to do an impression. Because you're hearing it now. You may be. You may already be speaking it if alao just to hear yourself use it. I mean it's universally known voice. You know he was. He was a legend of cinema. Now this was his first american film on the heels of one thousand nine. Thirty one's much acclaimed him By fritz lung and then he played in that he played an accused child murderer and he would go on to have memorable roles. And the maltese falcon and forty one of course casablanca and forty two along with just a long list of great memorable and occasionally forgettable or embarrassing films but he worked with such directors as john. Huston alfred hitchcock frank capra You know he. He pretty much did at all. I mean laurie. I think is a great example of someone who would be well known in their own right as a as a powerhouse film star without being a dashing lead without being like you know an attractive actor or actress who would play the lead role in films to be the hero lori was often a a villain or a strange character actor and I don't know how common it was at the time for actors like that to be a household name that was known and revered. Yeah you see footage of him such as in that trailer you know like how many weird actors and character actors today. Can you even imagine such a setup you know where you're coming at at everyone. I with the celebrity and the the the natural charisma of the actor. And then you hit the trailer. And i think it speaks to. You know one of the things him like. He was charismatic. He was you know kind of gashing and his own slightly anti hollywood way and like i say he he also just became cemented in popular culture. I was looking around for You know books about him. And i ran across the animated peter. Laurie by matthew hawn. This is a book that points out. Apparently seven hundred. Instances of animated cartoons using. Laurie's face or voice or both. So this is everything from old timey cartoons where it's like. Oh suddenly a bunch of dead celebrities have shown up. And and here's here's one of them. It's it's peter. Laurie to just characters like on scooby doo or whatever that they may not be peter laurie but have his voice and or his appearance. And you see that still today. Like his the peter laurie impersonation is kind of like a standard impersonation one might turn to you. See for instance in the star wars clone. Wars animated series. There's a character that shows up a bounty hunter named cad bane. And it's kind of like a a mechanically augmented voice. But the root of it is a peter. Laurie impersonation and you can. You can pinpoint it. Oh that's interesting I like how that connects star. Wars to the classical cereals. Yeah i mean clearly like this is a guy that people like spielberg and lucas grew up watching these films like he was he was he was he was one of the maybe not the top tier deities but one of the supporting deities in the pantheon of film. Now there's another actor in the movie who i think is maybe Weirder than people realized when they cast him. I don't know he's supposed to be the hero of the film. But this is colin clive. Playing stephen or lack. Who appeared in the frankenstein movies. He was dr frankenstein in In james wales frankenstein breida frankenstein. And he has such a such a rat like nervous energy in this film. It's similar to what you see in the frankenstein movies. Yeah yeah i mean. In both films he plays a an accomplished and seemingly confident man who is then riddled by by by madness and trauma and gone through a traumatic experience and is is continually haunted. By what is occurred. And he'd seems to just. And i i have to admit. I've only seen colin clive in in this movie. Mad love and the to frankenstein films of note but in in all three of those he just has this this this wonderful raw Energy to him and it in there is the sense of like tragedy to. I don't know how much of the tragedy is. Just knowing that for instance he would die in nineteen thirty seven just two years later at the age of thirty seven and that he had a you know a number of demons in his life believe he he He suffered from alcoholism. But you know whatever whatever traumas he had in his life you know. He's he seems to have have have translated that into these performances. And so yeah. He's perfect for this role as this. You know handsome and accomplished individual. Who is then put through this this dramatic situation and then then push towards delusion by the The villainous doctor gogel. He has this energy as if he's undergoing fission you that you're going to walk into a room and catch him just chewing on a corner of the wall. Now there's another major actors in this film francis drake who plays stephen or lacks wife. Yvonne or lack the the heroine of the film Who plays an actress within the movie but One thing before we get into details about francis drake that i thought was interesting is I read that originally. This role of yvonne or lack was cast with a another actress. An actress named Will virginia bruce and just clicking around on the internet. I discovered that virginia bruce played jane eyre in nineteen thirty four American adaptation of of the bronte novel and in this movie colin clive. The guy physician rat nets energy. Plays mr rochester. I just. I don't know i would have to see that to believe it because mr rochester's supposed to be this. You know dark. Smooth by roenick but colin clive's teeth almost audibly rattling. When you watch it's hard to imagine him really fitting with that role. I'm now i'm going to have to to watch that or watch them some clips from it just to see what kind of energy has in that. Because again i. I'd only seen this level of energy out of colin clive. Now francis drake is is quite good in this i. It's easy to lose sight of her because she is kind of sandwiched between these very manic performances. But she was a she was a star of the day she was only active from nineteen thirty three to nineteen forty two But she she lived a long life. Live to see the twenty first century What happened is she married into the english aristocracy and her first husband. Lieutenant cease john author. Howard urged her to leave showbusiness. So she did. But she's she's really good in this It's one of these roles that you encounter the for for women in in in films of particularly of this era where you feel like it's definitely suffering from the limitations of female roles at the time you know like she's going to faint when the villain comes comes at her. You know the it's going. She's going to be saved by the by the The male hero of the peace. That sort of thing But that being said she's she's she's really good in it you know she's able to. I mean it's kind of interesting she. She doesn't come off as a scream queen. I'm not sure if that was truly a thing yet. But at the same time she kinda plays a scream queen. Her character is screen queen in the context of the film. Yeah her character. Yvonne or lock is playing a scream queen of the grand gain. Y'all theater in paris. It's not named as the grand canyon theater. But the grand guignol historically. Is this Tradition of extremely gory morbid stage productions. That would be done in paris. And in this movie it's called the the atra day horrors. I can't have french pronunciations the theater of horrors and it's got all these creep sitting in the audience every night. Just watching her get tortured on the rack and doing doing a marvelous job screaming and And yeah and so she. She clearly has her fans. I think she's sort of supposed to be the linnea quigley of her day. Yeah and of course. Those creepy fans include one super creepy. Fan dr gogel. He is kind of like the. You know the the ultimate creepy fan in this a very successful creepy fan but creepy fan nonetheless. I think it's interesting that you mentioned that francis straight got out of acting because she married A successful husband who did not want her pursue further pursuer career because that is the role she plays in this movie von or lack is retiring from acting at the theater of horrors because she's marrying a successful husband and they're moving to england. Yeah that is interesting. I having not read the hands of or locker seen The the previous adaptation. I don't know if that was was part of the original or like a lot of things in mad love You know it's it's it's been embellished into an added upon now believe it or not. There is another screen legend in this film. And that is key luke. You might know him. Best as the man who sells gizmo to that kid in nineteen eighty-four four's gremlins. I think he sells him to the kids. Dad right the kids. The dad gets gizmo as a gift to give the kid or does he actually sell him or does he. Kind of the dads steel him. Like after he won't sell him. I forget how that goes down exactly. I don't recall exactly. I mean he Key luke is the proprietor of the shop cursed items And yea and he. He's good in this film though. It's a small role he plays. Dr gogol's a colleague. Basically he's the other surgeon that works at dr gogol's clinic. Yeah what i what i like about. His role in mad love is that he simply playing another doctor. Dr wong in straightforward part Which i mean. It's kind of complicated to think about because on one hand. You had a lot of stereotypical asian characters in films at the time. In many cases those characters were played by non asian actors. Laurie himself would go on to play. A stereotypical asian character. Mr moto in several pictures and this is just sadly the practice in hollywood. At the time you see you would see and even the decades to follow. You'd see actors like boris karloff. Christopher lee rex harrison katherine hepburn. Mickey rooney alex guinness just to name a few names. You know and so it feels perversely progressive to have luke in this role playing just a surgeon yet at the same time i read that luke himself pointed out that he was often cast in quote. Good boy scout roles like doctors and lawyers which which in this also entails racial stereotyping. You know so. We have to keep both extremes in mind when we're looking at films like this as well as with today now being said key though interesting character very long career in hollywood i believe he started out in in the advertising Realm of hollywood like promotional posters. And all and just became a staple of hollywood. Oh that's interesting. I never heard that serving. Your country doesn't end when you leave. 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Now we've already discussed the basic setup that yvonne or lack played by francis. Drake is this gain. Y'all scream queen. That she she goes on stage at the theater of horrors. Every night in paris they Grotesquely torture her for whatever play. they're putting on. It looks like the play. They're putting on is about a a counter. Some wicked aristocrat. Who finds out that his wife is two timing him and then puts her on the rack and so on this big wheel and start stretching her arms and she screams and then it shows these people in the audience where there looks like there are a lot of couples in the audience and the women are not happy to be there and the men are like. Oh wow this is great. But she seems to be. She seems to enjoy her job acting in this theater. And she Is she talks about her husband. Stephen or lack. I think it's communicated that they are recently married stephen or lack again. That's the calling clive. And he is a genius pianist so like when she's preparing to go out on stage in her dressing room. She's listening to a performance that he's doing live on the radio and it. I think we're supposed to understand. They're very happily married. They adore one another and the film opens on the night of vaughan's final performance at the theater of horrors before she is going to move off to england with stephen but as you mentioned if on has a creepy secret admirer among the audience doctor goal it is said is there every single night in his theatre box. He's basically keeping the theater running Constantly buying this expensive box seat to watch her. From because dr google. I'm not sure if we firmly established this but he is a superstar surgeon of the day like is he is a wealthy super talented surgeon. Who is clearly. I i don. I don't know if he's really performed anything Miracle level get at this point in time line but like he's out there saving lives like there's a scene where he is saved a child's life through his his brilliant surgical intervention. Yes it's it's communicated that he has a very powerful mind and very gifted hands to a theme throughout the movie and so he's saves children's lives they talk about how he saves Soldiers who have been injured in the war they don't they don't talk about what war This is one thousand nine hundred thirties in paris. So i guess that would refer to world war one. I'm not sure but then doctor gogol finds out that this is evan's last night and he does not like this. He's horrified in fact because he is obsessed with her. He's there every night to see her like she says i'm leaving and then he's like. Oh what theater you going to. And she's like well actually. I'm just moving to england. And he doesn't like this at all he's distraught. But fortunately for dr google the theater happens to be removing a wax figure of yvonne. They have like standing out in the lobby and it looks so much like her. That it is in fact played by her. It's just it's just. France strikes standing there not moving But they're taking the wax figure out of the theater so it can be melted down for scrap wax and then gogol intercepts. This delivery buys the wax figure of her and he has delivered to his apartment the whole time. He's monologue about the myth of pygmalion and galata. Yeah yeah it's a great thing because like the guy that clearly thinks it's creepy and google. Google just offer them enough money to buy it. It's kind of like a a pre ebay creepy ebay transaction. You know very But i don't quite understand how it's supposed to be like the myth of pygmalion or of Galilea because he doesn't make the wax sculpture he just buys it but he keeps screaming that it's going to come to life and love. Yeah yeah ranting about the galaxy i love it and i love that. It's just francis. Drake playing the wax duplicate and without any. I don't think they did anything to her. Stand there in costume which which is nice because it plays in with what is to come later in the in the plot. Yeah so next thing. Is we meet the pianist. Stephen or lack on a train. And there's a scene comes here. That i love so much the sausage slash dog seen this is just amazing. So is riding in a train car across from him. There's a passenger who's just a sausage. I'm pretty sure it's the sausage. I don't know what else could be. It's not a bad yet because it shows him holding a beget next to it. So i think it's just a huge sausage the size of a beget and is the did. I don't remember this. Part of the the movie as is does the guy with the bag at a snappy american accent no no no he he's supposed to be french belief okay all right so the the snappy american characters are yet to come there yet to come yes yes is guiding the huge sausage french next to him on the bench and the train cars a picnic basket and then suddenly a little puppy pops up out of the picnic basket pops up its head and the man explains to call in clive. He's like well. It costs twenty francs. Extra if you want to bring a dog on the train. So i'm sneaking the dog on in my picnic basket and don't let the guards find out and then calling. Clive wonderfully says if my silence is worth twenty francs by it. I'm hungry so the guy cuts off a piece of his monster sausage and gives it to or lack and then or like immediately gives the sausage to the basket dog. And then the sausage man. After that abandons all pretense of utensil us he puts down his knife and he just knows it he just sticks the thing in his mouth and bites it like an apple. Yeah i i never saw such a scene. It's it's one of several humorous scenes in this film that once feel completely out of place but also they i wouldn't i wouldn't want this film without him like they're they're they're they're interesting. They're they're funny. They're funny in the way they would have been received at the time. But there's there's something kind of slapsticky and amusing about them. I think it's supposed to be funny in any case whatever it was supposed to be. Sausage man is my hero action figures of sausage man. I want i want our fans to make a sausage man t shirts that what it would have been a totally different film by the way had sausage man's hands end up transplanted onto stephen or lock. My god yes. I can't play the piano anymore. I can only grab huge sausages but anyway The prelude the the next thing we have to talk about which is the prisoner is brought on the train and it is explained that this is rallo the knife thrower who is skilled at throwing knives. I guess that's a skill. I'd never thought about that much before. But what do they say he did. I think it said he murdered his own father by throwing a knife at him. Yup yup which will become important later on So yeah he's he's a convicted murderer and he's he's on the way to the guillotine the his mannerisms are very soft and friendly and american. They specify he is american. He's not friends she's just happens to be in france going to the guillotine and he he's he comes off almost like buddy hackett yes. He reminds me a lot of And i'm sorry i forget. The actor's name of the actor who plays baby face nelson in. Oh brother you know that old timey light ladies comes off as a charismatic likeable character. Not a a knife wielding murderer and on one hand. I found myself thinking well. What if they had actually made rollo terrifying here with that have been more beneficial later on. But maybe the thing is. I'm not sure it would because i don't know the the impersonation of a re animated rollo that comes later is is very much You know a gogol creation. So i don't know i guess ultimately i'm okay with this particular character. Being a little a little hammy and a little likable despite being murder. Well i think it can a works. Because gogol if i recall correctly has never meets rollo. While he's alive he only gets access to his dead body wants and yeah but but we should say before gets guillotine through happenstance orchestrated by sausage man. By the way because sausage man wants rollo's autograph. He apparently collects the autographs of famous people including a father murderers. He goes next He goes next to the other train car using stephen pin To try to get an autograph or like has to go get his pin and so by by these means he meets rollo but anyway rollo gets off the train to get executed. A lorry goes to the guillotining because apparently he always does. But after rollo gets off the train the train tragically derails and steven survives the crash but his hands are mangled and destroyed and of course he. He's a pianist by trade so he needs his hands to play and yvonne wants to so she's talking to the surgeon and the in the hospital after the accident. Saying can't you save his hands and surgeons like ma'am we'll have to amputate so if on is desperate and she realizes oh i've got this creepy admirers doctor gogol. And he's the world's greatest surgeon. I can take stephen him. And so that's what she does. She has stephen taken an ambulance to dr gogol's clinic in says you've got to save his hands. He needs them to play. But unfortunately doctor gogol discovers it is impossible to salvage his hands as they are but goal in his desire to please. Vaughn manages to transplant rollo. The knife throwers hands onto. Stevens wrists. yes he. He decides to to essentially try the impossible. There's that great scene. Where he's in there with dr wong and and dave laurie's character proclaims impossible. Napoleon said that word is not french. Yes i great. Yeah so it seems for a while. Like all is well or stephen discovers that his hands work. And everything's good. Until stephen starts to figure out that he can't play the piano anymore. You here during the scenes of him sort of on the keys with with nothing like the The the deftness that he's used to and he so he can't play the piano but he can do things he couldn't do before such as accurately throw knives and pins so that they stick into doors and walls. Yes how does he discover this. I think he just gets angry. So gas is part of the the personality bleed over to because there's the idea that his hands have the skills of rallo with throwing a knife also have rollo's murderous a inclinations that he suddenly violent when he wasn't before now this leads to all kinds of problems because he can't play piano suddenly they're in want of money and and there And stephen and you vons position just sorts to fall. Apart and vaughn goes to go for help Gogol of course Demands her love. And she won't give it to him and then in a fit of rage gold decide decides that he needs to dr steven mad. He so his plan is that he's going to commit murders and then assumed the identity of rallo. The knife thrower who stephen knows was executed and tried to convince stephen. That stephen himself did the murderers that the goal actually did by telling him the truth that he has rollo's hands on his wrists and using as proof the fact that he gogol pretending to be rallo is now still alive because goal transplanted his dead head onto another person's body and this is when gogol as rollo dons that amazing outfit with the neckbrace and the leather in the steel hands. Yeah and it is just it is a really haunting seen. It is if you if you don't have the courage of the time to watch the full movie. I think I think there's there's some. There's a clip of this and official clip of justice seen online and. Yeah it's wonderful it's the the the so there's the costume level of it which we've described already but also gogol as rallo his speaking in this state. Whisper this raspy whisper. You know the voice of one who's who's head has been refused with his body and he's he feels at once like this this strange perverse miracle of modern surgery. But also he's like a ghost like a wraith Brought back to warn or lack of what is to come. I am a little confused about goals. Plan or the logic of it so i think what he he thinks is that if he can falsely convince stephen that he did murderers This will cause stephen to continue to actually do murderers right or get caught by the police. Either by turning himself in or just by doing more murders. Yeah either way. it's a win for gogo. Because then he can swoop in and you know he navan will be married live happily ever after. Yeah he'll but he sort of neglects to consider the fact that if on doesn't want to marry him goal is not thinking clearly at this point right. Yeah he doesn't have a good head for for romance. he asked that question. At one point he says i. A poor peasant concord science. Why can't i conquer love. And the clearly he. He has a great head for science but not for love. He doesn't really understand how love works. And you know he can certainly use his technical skills and his brilliant mind to put the the hands of dead man onto the the hands of of survivor but in terms of transplanting von into his life that is beyond his ability. But he's still has this wonderfully perhaps overly complex plan to pull it off. It may sound a bit overly complex. Here but i don i feel like in the within the context of this plot and in the context of this movie it works you just kind of have to roll with it but it was sort of skip slightly over the top of the water and then move on So of course. Stephen is implicated in these murderers that go gold or at least one murder. I think. Maybe it's just one actually and he so he's arrested by the police. And if vaughn goes to gogol's apartment to confront him but then while she's there she discovers his evil plan because he's coming back in the rollo costume cackling to himself about how about the basically reveals his entire plot and then taking the costume off. And what does she do to hide. Wait no before we get there. I've got to say about he when he's explaining the plot he's not even doing the bond villain explaining it to bond. He's doing on villain explaining his whole scheme to no one he's just explaining it to the ceiling is a barrier right. Oh maybe it is the parrot bird. Yeah okay i take it back maybe the bird but yes so he's coming home. He's coming into his study. She's there because she had come to confront him and then she discovers she has to hide and in this suspenseful final scene. She has to pretend to be the wax sculpture of herself. Which is fantastic set piece and it's really well shot to there's this wonderful sort of long's shot where they come around the corner. It's go goals point of view. And there she is standing. There is the wax sculpture. It's it's it's beautiful moment in the film and then of course The stephen and the police come to the rescue I feel like it has a kind of disappointing conventional ending where stephen in the climax puts his new hands to good use. You could say And and then it's just like okay Gogol's dead and then stephen and yvonne embrace and then just immediately the end happily ever after. This is the thing about a lot of these old movies. It seems like they wrap up very fast. They don't have any kind of interesting coda. That puts a new spin on this. Like it's like this movie. It's like the moment. The villain is defeated The two main characters embrace and kiss and then music swells and it's over the end. Well you know bladders much smaller back then. You can only make so far through fell off of bladders. There are some great side plots. We haven't even mentioned. Actually i don't know if they're there are some side plots that exist involving an alcoholic housekeeper. Who to get some brandy and a fast talking. American reporter played by ted healy. Who's the guy who you know. He sounds like a baseball announcer of the nineteen thirties and always using strange mannerisms and figures of speech The scene where Where we're rallo is about to be executed a guillotine. And he's there to cover. I don't know why this this american reporters there to cover the guillotine criminal there in paris but He's explaining to the police commissioner. He's like look. you know. You gotta have jen for executions. You gotta have champagne for this. And i can't reproduce it pretty good. Yeah but as kind of snappy Snappy american accent that here and these old films and you end up wondering like people ever actually talk like this or is this just this sort of vaudevillian trope. Because i believe he was a vaudevillian comic actor. He had ties to the three stooges even that whole syndicate. I think it is playing up the trans atlantic accent of the which was like non-organic accent but an accent that was sort of a product of training and so it was taking that accent and then accentuating it to unreal levels like what kind of like what a lot of pop country musicians do with their southern accents and music today where you're taking something. That is a real accent. But just playing it up to a point that it's a parody of itself. Yeah i think so. It's kind of caught in a vicious circle of self parody. And you end up. With this i have to say kind of noxious performance. It's just is this. Full of one liners and zingers. And i. i wouldn't take it out. It's part of this film. But it's it's. I feel like the modern parallel here would be an otherwise serious film and suddenly rob schneider shows up. And he's doing some sort of goofy lame character Me meanwhile you have like peter. Laurie and colin clive doing their own crazy but but ultimately seriously grounded performance. 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Transplantation is absolutely real now but it was not at the time this film was made i was looking at a paper called the history and evolution of hand transplantation published in the journal hand clinics in two thousand eleven by Forouhar at all and one thing to note is that hand. Transplantation is an example of a broader class of surgeries that are now known. As vascular rised composite aloe transplantation or sometimes vascular is composite allographs. Vca for short and this basically means the grafting of a whole unit organ composed of multiple kinds of tissue so that would mean muscles tendons circulation bones nerves skin. This is a lot of different stuff and it all has to connect properly to be functional which is not easy sometimes described as like there is a. There's this ascending ladder of the priorities of things that you have to connect and in like what order of importance they come and it does rely on very advanced techniques in in microsurgery. Now obviously the surgery involved to connect a hand to an arm segment in a functional ways is really complicated. But it's not just the complexity of the surgery. One of the main barriers to successful hand transplantation in history or at least in previous decades was the insufficient development of suppression well without which the immune system will revolt in reject. The new oregon The first ever hand transplant that we know of was formed by dr robert. Gilbert in ecuador in nineteen sixty four and this transplant did not really work Does the authors here explained that about three weeks after the initial graft the transplanted hand had to be amputated because there is an acute Immune rejection and the authors. Say that quote this early experience along with similar failures in animal models. led researchers to believe that skin. Bearing transplants were prohibitively immuno-genetic a thirty year period of stagnation followed but then in the nineteen eighties and nineties. New medications came online that made hand. Transplantation seemed viable again And they list a few examples here including kelsen urine inhibitors. Cyclosporin a tacrolimus and m. f. and drugs like these open the doors to multiple kinds of vca The authors here site a couple of the first successful hand transplant in the late. Nineteen ninety s one of which actually was in france by a surgeon named jean michel dubernard and his colleagues in In leone in nineteen ninety eight so this first patient in ninety eight received a single hand transplant surgery apparently took thirteen hours and the operation was at first successful but unfortunately the patient did not follow instructions for his immunosuppression and physical therapy and eventually left the care of the team in leone and this had a disastrous consequences and he had to have the hand amputated in two thousand and one Presumably doesn't it didn't say why. But presumably this was because of immune rejection and then the same group in france Under under dubernard performed the world's first bilateral hand transplant so both hands in january. Two thousand here. The patient was a painter thirty three years old. Who lost both of his hands when he was experimenting with a homemade rocket ended exploded. Oh now the time of this review that was published in two thousand eleven. The author believed that more than sixty five hand. Transplants had been carried out worldwide. Most of them at this point were successful. Some had had to be amputated due to immune reactions but most of them were successful I haven't found a more recent estimate but surely the number is a good bit higher than that. Now as therapies have continued to evolve. Dr cody k. Zari is a big name in hand transplantation. Having served as one of the lead surgeon on six hand transplantation operations including the first double hand transplantation and I arm transplantation. Performed the united states. i got to hear him. Give a talk for the moth in new york city several years ago as part of the world science festival and you can listen to this at the moth dot. Org or on youtube. i believe But it was a really cool talk because he talks about the just the intensity of the surgery. And i remember feeling like like i got the impression impression or maybe he even used this comparison himself. That you've got the idea that this is like scaling a mountain you know it was like the surgical again. All the different types of connections that have to be made all the concerns that have to be taken into place to pull this off. You know it's it's really impressive and that's without even getting again into what comes afterward you know. It's not a situation where you wake up stephen lock and say hey you got new hands. And he's like okay. I'm gonna go and try to play piano. And then i know it's there. There's a drug regime that has to be followed and physical therapy is a huge part of of adapting to life post transplantation yen a some of the sources of was looking at emphasize the importance of of the psychology Like psychological screening and the psychology of how people adapt to hand transplants. I mean for multiple reasons but one of which is following through after the surgery is incredibly important. As was for example made clear by that first case where the guy was not taking his immunosuppression drugs properly was not following through on physical therapy. And that eventually led to the hand being rejected. Yeah on the psychological front. I was looking at Paper from nineteen thousand nine by martin him Capacity md titled transplantation in the human hand psychiatric considerations and the author. Here points out. The one to take into account the psychology of the hand as well as the quote psycho dynamic issues and limb loss and the psychological integration of transplanted hand a wrote quote potential candidates for hand transplantation should receive a psychiatric interview and protective testing to assess the patients adept ability to body image level of personality organization and capacity for pathological regression. And one of the things that he was pointing out. Is that at the time anyway. The there wasn't as much of this like they're you saw this with the various of organ transplantation but They're they're preparing wasn't as much of it in place for hand transplantation. Yeah and this Now hopefully that will look for hand. Transplantation is just continuing to get better. It seems like it is but For at least going back to say ten or twenty years ago. I was seeing papers. That we're talking about the pros and cons of hand. Transplantation saying well you could potentially get this quality of life Increase like with the transplant at hand as opposed to prosthetics. But you know it. Obviously there are major health consequences like if it is rejected so there there are big risks involved as well. And they're i. It seems like over time. The pros are starting to build up in the cons or decreasing but for a while. I think the recipient debate over whether this was a reasonable surgery to perform given all the the risks and downsides. Yeah i mean you can find as sort of outstanding examples in either direction So take bilateral hand transplantation for example. You know someone is lost both hands and they get two hands. Transplanted on for instance. Some of you might remember in two thousand sixteen There was the case of american Double hand transplant recipient. Jeff kempner who made headlines saying that. He wanted his own transplanted planet. Hands removed That he had received like ten years earlier Just and it wasn't something where he was blaming. The doctor's like he he's miscommunicated. He knew it was a risk to try this out but he wanted to give it a go. But at this point he was saying like i just don't have functionality in these hands like i was better with with with processes instead and i would prefer to go back if possible what i had before but then on the other hand you have the case of an austrian. Police officer named theo klez who is able to return full fulltime. Work after bilateral hand transplantation. So this is very much a success story and that story is even more dramatic because class was a bomb disposal expert working to defuse a bomb placed in a school by austrian mass murderer. France souks who Killed four and injured fifteen in five waves of mail bombs. I think total of twenty four mail bombs so rather dramatic case but ultimately a surgical success story. I understand so it seems like the transplantation of hands has has made great strides and i think is continuing to do so the transplantation of heads is another theme in the movie though. I don't think in the film. Anyone actually gets their head transplanted. It's just the doctor. Google comes up with this story to try to dr Dr colin clive insane. By saying that he is rallo after having undergone a head transplant. Which didn't actually happen. Just go go in disguise right and again. It's almost almost feels like a tragedy that we have created such a fantastic character that is itself a fantasy within the context of the film. But i dunno. It's still it's still perfect. It's still perfect now. Every few years it seems like you hear news stories about a doctor or surgeon somewhere who claims that they can perform ahead transplant. Or you wanna call. It could talk about the terminology. Just never seems to materialize I i don't know how realistic the idea of a head transplant with. Modern medicine is yeah. it's If if we can compare hand transplantation to scaling a mountain than than ultimately yeah head transplantation or or whole body transplantation. The other way referring to it this would be the mount everest like this would be the ultimate peak becoming more like scaling a mountain on the moon. Yeah yeah it is. It would be the ultimate surgical achievement. Because this is this is something we have to face. Like no human being has ever truly survived decapitation i mean certainly there arguments and various observations. About how long consciousness seems to remain in a freshly cut head but this is only brief reckons right in terms of keeping it alive in a jar or on a pan as we see an whole other genre of sci fi films from the especially the the twentieth century that is far beyond us as certainly as the idea of taking ahead and attaching a body to it so that we the bub the head can use the body and this is where it gets kind of weird like not only is this like non surgical reality. it's still within the realm of fantasy. I could even it. Even further accentuates. That question of what is self. What is body you know the idea of head and body it because it is a quite literal invocation of the whole you know. We've talked about the the mind body connection and how it is perhaps unhealthy to think of ourselves as a brain attached to a body ahead on a body like a writer on a horse when instead we're this integrated system we are essentially a centaur Of mind and body but then you have an example like this or at least a theoretical idea like this that you could take the head and attach it to another body and this would be the new individual It it does raise all sorts of questions and and and and even nightmares than the human mind. It does remind me of the daniel de short story. Where am i that we've talked on the show before. Yeah i mean it it. It raises all sorts of questions. Big questions small questions thoughtful questions and grotesque ones get you feel like there's there's at least one episode right where there's a head transplantation on the simpsons. There's like a treehouse of horror aware. That sounds right. yeah the what. They put poems brain in a robot in the robot. Falls onto mr burns. Mr burns head is transplanted onto homer body. Why was i am shooting flanders head on homer's body. That doesn't that's not right is it. Maybe they got around to that later there. There are a lot of tree houses. I haven't seen well. Yeah with this point at the simpsons basically you can just like throw out random ideas and then it turns out they already did that in an episode and probably maybe did it more than once now in terms of surviving decapitation there are animals that can survive longer certainly longer than us without a head. It's often pointed out. The decapitated cockroaches die of starvation rather than Than just simply the loss of their head but they're talking about which one are you talking about surviving the head or the body. Yeah again it kind of messes with our conception of what an individual even an individual cockroaches right. It's kind of like that. Whole running around like a chicken with the head cut off which is alluding to observations. That a chicken seems to the chickens. Body seems to live longer than human body without a head But is the body living you know is it gets complicated. I could be mistaken about this because this is just off the top of my head so to speak. But i think the reason that's observed with chickens is because the brain basically isn't fully removed like you can sort of decapitated check in but the brain stem is still there and functioning as just the upper part of the brain. That's been taken away. I might be wrong about that. But that's what i recall now. In animal's blood vessel reattachment has been achieved but a full human head. Reattachment would require a complete reattachment of vessels muscles et cetera. Everything that's involved in translating hand but also the spinal cord as well. We need to be able to the head while all this was happening again th the how do we keep ahead alive. After it is removed from the body. And then how would we keep it alive long enough to get it reattached so So yeah we're simply not there yet in terms of reattaching Head to a body though. I love the way that it is really created by gogol in the film. You know the idea of this. Brace being used to achieve kind of like rough head transplantation like he seems to have approached it with the thoughtful mind. This would be a very difficult thing to pull off. The results would not be pleasant. How would i. How would i depict this to or lock. I think i just noticed that this entire episode. We've been saying all these names in different ways multiple times. I think i've been saying go. Gall and go. And i've been saying or lacking or lock and i really don't know which one is right at this as for lock. Is that the name of the vampire knows for auto. Oh yeah count or lock. It is Max schreck yeah. Yeah i'm not chelsea as it spelt the same No i don't think so. I think it's been spell and yeah and of course i think i think gore lock was the. They chose that name because they didn't have the rights to dracula. Come up with something else. They should used allu- card. Or dr akyayla in the dietary been good. So there's another thing. I wanted to talk about in this movie that i thought was interesting. Is that it features. A couple of poems that are by two different browning's There are parts of the movie. Where gogol quotes poetry. The i i noticed was. There's a part where he's i think he's pining for for yvonne you know he's he's feeling despondent because he loves her and And she's married to another and he says he starts reading quote from a book. It sounded familiar to me. And i looked it up. I think the quote is from a poem by elizabeth barrett browning. The english poet sonnets from the portuguese seven often known by its first line which is the face of all the world has changed. I think in the lines are like The face of all the world has changed. I think since i. I heard the footsteps of the soul move still still beside me as they stole betwixt me and the dreadful outer brink of obvious death where i who thought to sink was caught up into love and taught the whole of life in a new rhythm And it goes on from there but that that's the part that has what he reads and then later in the film. I thought that this was pretty interesting. On the writers part. He quotes poem when he is trying to murder von he starts to strangle her with the braids of her own hair And he's leaning over francis. Drake i think she. S fainted at this point and he quotes from the poem porfirio's lover by barrett browning's husband the poet robert browning and this is a line. You may have read this poem in school. It's pretty famous He it in the poem. The speaker is talking about a murder. He committed having murdered his lover. And he says i found thing to do and all her hair in one long yellow string. I wound three times her little throat around and strangled her. No pain felt she. I am quite sure. She felt no pain as shut. Bud that holds a b. I. wearily opened her lids again. Laughed the blue eyes without a stain. Yeah the i. This is a part of just that. I mean the whole movies wonderful. This last stretch is just excellent and where he recited this poem while he's going to strangle her while she's unconscious as as as or lock Stephen warlock and the others trying to beat down the door But then i guess goal is undone by his own work in addition to becoming an evil murderer. He also made the mistake of giving stephen morlock hands. That are really good at killing from a distance. Yeah right he So or lack sort of reaches through the great in the door and throws a knife and stick it goals back. And then i don't get i guess somehow right after they get through the door. Anyway you know it also drives home. Why the hands of orlov is in a good title for this either because it's basically the hands of rallo that's what this that's what's in the film the hands of loss pretty early on unless you're getting deep in wondering about like who owns the hands. I know but in the end also it is mad. Love is it is about mad characters going mad and trying to figure out how love works so there is a thing i noticed about this movie as it was a on prime amazon declares this film to be rated. Pg thirteen and i was like how did mad love end up. Rated pg thirteen when movie ratings had not been invented yet. I don't think there were any kinds of ratings. If there were they weren't the system we have now and certainly not the pg thirteen rating which was not invented until the nineteen eighties. I looked it up the first. Pg thirteen film was red dawn. They must have a mind. My only guests here is they must have accidentally pulled the rating off of nine thousand. Nine hundred five's mad love that we mentioned earlier unrelated film but that was rated. Pg thirteen in the era of in which that rating actually existed or. It would be horrible. I think if they are going back and applying mpaa ratings to like pre code movies Just don't even try now. You might be wondering. We'll work. And i watch mad love. We already mentioned checking it out on amazon prime. I've found that you can pretty much Rent or buy digitally mad. Love anywhere that you would rent or buy a movie. You can also find it on. Dvd sometimes thrown on lovingly into a multi pack alongside far more forgotten films of the era. I watched it on a nice. Dvd addition that. I rented from video drum here in atlanta. They had a nice historical commentary track. I mean it was clearly somebody sort of reading notes about the film but but it was quite interesting. I think this was from the legends of horror box set. Yeah interesting as far as i know. There's not a blu ray of this film at least not yet i. I didn't see one okay. One last question before we wrap it up. What stephen orleans do the rest of his life so he maybe he just can't play piano ever again but he's good at throwing knives. Does that become his new profession like they're reunited at the end von is saved they embrace We're all right now. And i guess i will inter my life in the circus as a knife thrower. Well you know. I saw a dented with dr google. That i after he was dead. I was just kind of like all right. Doesn't matter you know. But but i did think about it more after you brought it up and yeah i guess i imagine him taking up knife throwing professional knife throwing and that becomes like his new traveling act and maybe she gets to go back into theater and you know just now it's like his pins. Profession is more aligned with hers right. Maybe they worked together with show together. Okay i see yeah. They do a stage show where he throws knives and she screams while the knives are. Thrown the fabulous or locks morlocks. Come coming to coming to a theater near you. I love it okay. We wrap up here. Yeah let's go ahead and wrap up this edition of weird house cinema. Obviously we'd love to hear from everybody out there. Did you enjoy mad love. Have you watched it what you think of it. Do you agree with this disagree with this. Do you have additional insights. That we may have missed. Let us know we also love to hear from you. Do you feel like this is a good use of our time producing episodes of weird how cinema we've heard both ways so far have we. Maybe i'm i'm just. I'm blind to the criticism. But i haven't noticed anybody saying not. Well i don't know we heard from one person who said this was not for them. But okay well. That's and that's understandable. This show this if the friday night. weird out cinemas in for you Distinctive stuff to blow your mind. 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"Mon Mon Mon Mon Ben Windy must've. More digital so that they do Mama, Mama. looney muscle. Tyson new. Congress. Everyone and welcome to a new podcast series. Tama Pudgy. That's assuming I can't come up with a better name so I don't know. Let's just stick with that for now, Tim she? Then in this episode will be at lining what we know about. The digital pendulums ed saw. I'll be using video for the first time ever for this podcast episode so via something that you like to see in this episode. Be sure to check out the video version of this podcast on our youtube channel. So, I guess onto the show. So we have details, regarding the digital pendulums said, and it's three devices rather than just the two that we saw in the jump, add. Upcoming heads up high little bit of. Information that we got where it was just the pendulum shell with some question marks on it, and yes, there are three versions inside the two and the top saw, not miss soldiers, and this is like a black and red version nature spirits, who's to Green Brown version and deep savers, which is a blue and blue version. They're all up to priore now, so I printed mine on Nippon You son, but a lot of people prefer Japan. You want I just personally preferred Nippon Your son because I liked the fact that I have the pay light of you're on there. And I've. I've had pretty good luck with Nippon Your Son. They've been a couple of them. slip-ups with the release of the loss to visions of the Damn X. without just a bit delayed, but I'm. I still will use them until they step up at. Any big slip ups like if they canceled my older. That I would be annoyed, audit. Mind Mon delays. But if you prefer to get them. As soon as you can, Japan you want incredible with shipping a? Shipping is a lot cheaper than other places in also they ah saw good with shipping basically soon as something's released so those your options, but there are other options online you can get them on from Japan or by a or any other proxy service you want, but those are the two that I've That I'm eased the most often than I can recommend in their available to preorder. As of like yesterday lost nine I watch. Nip on your son. Add on h, the versions one by one and I of them one by one, and then I combine them once. All three had been pre-ordered. So yeah, that's pretty exciting. So, the post on the virtual pets is just incredible. I I've actually just knocked out when I sold this, I was so excited. The Autism Stella GIC from the. From old relations especially like the pendulum, all the original digital digital months to end the designs to just also nostalgic, and they just so reminiscent of digital designs from the late ninety S. The text on the postal rates here we go time for new pendulums And it's it's pretty hot I'm really looking forward to using all these digital in the the three main ones, so we have marine Marine the. The Golan Dude's name and we have ghost on. Of but I do have all of them in another slide new digital. We will be introduced to in the digital. Pendulum said. And then we get another image which provides a bit of a history of the original pendulum, and how east pendulum sense in a job mechanic and how it was spent six versions for six different, top digital, and how does only the three versions of the Digital Pendulum said? And we also get a look at the existing digital to appear in each version and the digital pendulum said boasts a roster of one hundred over one hundred digital, so that's in the three different versions, so it's probably going to be like it'd be like one hundred fifty to one, hundred, one, one, hundred and two like they see above one hundred, but that just means it has to be one hundred one. So in deep savers will get hooked mon sovereign modern. Ancient memo on. He United Spirits. Get more months. That's a relatively new digital. We get Scorpio. Moan and we get by human, and then in not missile. Just we get all gone, so that's digital and from Savvas recently is unknown for being in the digital adventure colon TV show. And then so we also get a not mythologised Megajoule, Moan and which Mon so judging by the SPRITES. It's not a colored virtual pet, which is fine because. It would be twice the price if If it was a colored ventral so that that's fine. Look like the smaller size though so I, think that the screens probably the same as the digital, pendulum. And now we get to learn about some new digital on friends soya. We get to say that the digital that sunless amone boone. Gogel Moan and that's the goal gals talking best. Those are the nature spirits digital, and we also get. Songo Mon Toby Mon Marine Cameron Goose Sukhum on parent parameter. Leg Alexi Moan and that's from deep ciphers, and then we only get one from anonymous old. Isn't that Ghosn? Who is gorgeous? My favorite is probably the sand Lizard on. And I call him Sand Lake. Zone because soon means sand and responds overstay meaning Lizard, soy, Sadler, Simone, but I also Love Ghosts Mon- reminds me of like. Pumpkin Mon, but he's got hat on. It's really cute, and he's a ghost I. Love Him and I also love Marine Ramon because he looks like a combination of. Different Rain Digital on. A bunch of guys in guessing Of Tentacle and it's just it's. It's a really nice. We looking digital kind of love him and I hope it's like this massive job to get him I. Think I. Heard. You have jobs like multiple digital and getting because that's that's how he should be. We also know that and I get my which my wish here about having some previously unreasonable digital on so to get any of the other exclusives. You must connect to other devices, so connecting wanted to another will allow you to unlock evolution routes featuring town lawn on the nature. Spirits are Mati Mon on deep savers and one anonymous odors, and as I said, this is great because Ahmadi moment women have privacy been unfeatured in any virtual pet other than the DIG Atta. So. This is this is pretty exciting. I've always said that they are on this surprisingly unreasonable digital that you haven't you on table to rise bought the. To protagonist digital, Confusing before, so it's really great that they are now and then connecting with both versions will allow you to unlock ogm on route and a woman route and album of courage route, so that's Pretty Cool du Lac Calgary end of courage, so we're getting a little bit of a Zona in this device with more on as well as the bond courage. And I guess no go one one of courage, though or laced And then we know obviously the pendulum's shaking function is back. So, the result of training is dependent on the the Matthew shake as well as the attack. So the Intel, they detect changes dependent on the the amount you shake is well ness more or less. What the next image says I'm not a huge fan of the shaky mechanic. It means like constantly train in Public Gore at my desk. Work It's kind of like annoying like I prefer button press training. But a lot of people just love it. I love the description on this pace on this some pot, which is basically shake shake shake around and around and then. And, so it's the hot vassal into the battle. It's just. I just love how extra the descriptions that they have to make it sound cool like yes, he is shaking and it just reminds me of that old digital pendulum commercial in Japan which I'll put it the start of this video just too late into this just because eighties just so extra. It synchronized swimmers. Shaking the digital enchanting, and it's the best thing ever. And as The same with the digital pendulum, the digital pendulum said is set on folder continent. So that's pretty cool. And in addition we also get a look at Daytona. Bible in the nature spirits version, and this was thanks to a sub site for the new toy. Cold Folder Continent report, which is pretty cool. It's written as like someone observing the digital fate show in the folder continent, which is pretty cool. And we also get a lot of digital can be found on the nature spirits version including three blanks as well so it's not to see him on. I know when the pendulum said was I mentioned a couple of people said that they wanted to see one one being A digital, which is pretty cool and Galman being this fairly cool I do love Galman. Don't think almost being raised in any digital toys that aren't the the burst or the I say or I guess the dawdling. So I'm pretty excited you'll begum on is pretty cool, And, of course we get Holy Holy Ramones so that's pretty cool. When one of my favorites that nobody else likes, and of course we get out new favorites. Sad listed mourn, which very exciting say, also honeymoon end movement as well. That's a logical evolution. Step one of these days I will finish hackers memory. And so that was it for this episode? link dancing description, and a rebels also linked inscription, and you can get more than just said to. You can contact us and stamp dated. 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A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale: Global Technology Leader & City Council Member Harini Gokul

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

12:02 min | 3 d ago

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale: Global Technology Leader & City Council Member Harini Gokul

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia klay and the voices i am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman she. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am sogno. Go klay and i am a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of a woman. Podcast i am your host sonia klay and today we are so excited to be joined by horani dopamine careening gogel is a global technology leader an investor with expertise in driving digital transformation for fortune five hundred customers and is on the board of the washington state technology industry association and a madonna city council member. Who winnie's an engineering graduate and received her mba from vanderbilt university in her fifteen plus years at ibm microsoft and amazon web services. A running has built cloud businesses created strategic partnerships and lead gtm programs 'scale to help customers realize value with digital transformation. Hub rini has experienced building and growing teams across india europe and the united states. She is active in the pacific northwest startup. eco-system arenas also an angel investor a limited partner with flying fish ventures and an advisor to multiple companies arena is an international speaker focusing on the convergence of technology and policy and the rule of data an ethics in the future of walk rainy. Welcome to the show. Great to be here hovering knee doing learn show phone conversations about this podcast. You mentioned how you left india to pursue your career in europe and the united states but had been at a crossroads in your life. It is a crossroad. That every indian and south asian woman will be familiar with you had completed engineering degree in india and now it was time for you to be married to equate good boy. What is truly remarkable about your story. Is that upon hearing of your interest and further pursuing your career and education abroad. Your parents actually made a very brave decision and encouraging you to pursue this dream this is absolutely amazing and so. Can you explain to us what it means to you now to be proud immigrant to the united states and elected official in medina washington and a proud of global citizen. Such a great question actually so many great questions in their sonia. And you're right. I am a proud american. I'm very proud to represent my community of medina washington to serve my neighbors and my citizens here in medina larger state of washington. And i am a proud global citizen. I call lab amsterdam one of my homes a little village. In switzerland of one hundred people is another one of my homes and hyderabad. India is another home. And that i think is such a great privilege to be able to straddle so many cultures and continents in at home and find your tribes in all of these places while some of these decisions are very what started me on the path to a to all of this. A chemist result of my parents. I grew up in india. And i was twenty one. I was at a betty clear crossroads where most girls at mind during school either got married or went on to work and so the conversation at home. I was an only child. Only girl end the conversation was you know. Do you have to marriage or do you pursue your own path and remember meeting all these boys i was working for a bank called. Standard chartered in bangalore. And i would be interviewed at a regular basis by an assortment of aunts and sisters who would pop into the bank and asked me about my religious preferences. What i liked to vary. Did i know how to cook and it was. It was an interesting experience going through it. But the more conversations i had i knew that i wanted to find myself and be my own person before i picked to share my life with and when i had that conversation with my parents they were incredibly understanding. India is a hard country socially especially if you disregard the cultural norms and for my parents the easiest thing would have been to have me find arranged marriage of a good boy as you call it and i've been to them and said that i really wanted to go and study and find myself. David incredibly supportive. My dad took the money that he had been saving as dowry and he said this. This money now goes towards your education. He helped me apply to american schools. Vanderbilt was the university. I picked and just that one decision. Sonia set me on the path to all of this and so if you are a young adult listening to this conversation know that you have options note that you have the power to seek your own options and go cure adventures. That is such a powerful message. While and i love that that the parental support and especially from your mother with their and i've heard this from a lot of our gassed that the mother and if we look at has been such a powerful influence on all of unsupported empowerment look at kamla david harris. I mean we know very well about her mother. And i hope to do a podcast. Actually just focused upon her mother and the tremendous courage it took for her and for you to vote on your own to pursue education abroad. It's just not widely done. And i really applaud you on that and i love your message as well to our listeners. Thank you and others are so important. You're right. I give credit to both my parents. My mother has always been the rebel in our family. She grew up in calcutta. A master's in physics was highly educated. And that was a result of her mother's support so you know. Be stand on the shoulders of giants sonia right and in many of our cases. We stand on the shoulders of betty. Strong female giants many strong women in our families who paved the path for us and vice president. Elect harris is such a great example because her mother took her big adventure of coming here in raising her her daughters as trump black women and set bp elect harris on her path. And you have to pay it forward. So i would say if your mother listening to this paid for for your children having read some of your interviews during your tenure at microsoft and as a leading executive and the global technology arena. I was very impressed. By how and you are for other women to excel in their careers. And charitable work seeking personal fulfillment an empowerment. in fact. You mentioned that the last thing women need is more pressure. How do you balance the part of you that grew up amidst the harshly competitive and result based landscape in india. Would your current lifestyle and philosophy. Do you have to remind yourself to quote unquote. Enjoy the ride and not so much pressure upon herself as a woman a mother. A wife and technology executive now even a public official. I would also add that code has made it especially challenging for women around the world who have been leaving the workforce at a startling break to be caretakers at home and set of great questions. And i'll start with the endemic piece. Sonia work our way back to expectations in india. You know because for many of our audience. That's listening today. This they're listening into it. They're finding a few minutes while driving their children to school or while driving themselves to work or while driving on the way to errands or walking with a friend. It's hard for us to find time for ourselves and car time out for ourselves and our priorities. It's always been hard. And i would say that code has made it more challenging for women are for working moms in particular and we are seeing it already in results at the workplace leaning in mackenzie published a study. I think about a couple of months ago bear. They talk about the fact that for the first time in six years there is evidence that is data now. The are intending to leave their jobs at higher rates than men and the increased pressure to perform right. Because we are juggling. At least i am juggling all speak for myself. I have a six and a half year old at home. Who's going through first grade remote schooling at first grade and getting him ready for school getting the household running and then working in a very challenging and inspiring role is definitely complex and this increased pressure to perform and to be on all the time whether it's worked at home is causing women at all levels and senior women to be like two times more likely than their male peers counterparts to consider downshifting years. And i think that is such an incredible generation loss for us besides the individual loss of a woman not being able to pursue her potential fulfill her dreams. Think about the scale. If fifty percent of your workforce mitch's women is in some way impacted and it's a percentage of designed to opt out or downshift or not contribute. What they could have done. Think about the loss. Attached to all of our countries our cultures economically of course. But to me that's the least important loss doesn't financial piece to it but there's a real power vacuum vindman that could be in ten fifteen. Ceo's of companies chairman of boards beat directors of boards. Be presidents of countries are no longer going to be able to do that. Because this pandemic has amplified a lot of systemic inequities that already exists in the system. And it's forcing many women to make choices and betty heart trade-offs. So i am a big passionate advocate for a couple of things one for shining the light on this problem. We have to talk about this loudly. We have to talk about this clearly end. Have to talk about it often and as women living through this we have to be the one speaking to it so one we speak second reduce something about it right and there are no simple solutions. Here right why're public private partnerships. It requires governments to think about how we make sure. Are women stay in the workplace. It requires private institutions our corporations to think about how they nurture the women in their workplace. And how it all comes together whether it's compensation Taking care of child care right. What does childcare in the workplace looked like and really even re imagining work cool says that in this new age of digital work you have to be on h. two six. Why can we not more creative options whether it's job sharing whether it's flexible time or a third option site think we have to make the workplace work for and covert like. Every crisis is an opportunity to make that happen.

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Her Highness and The Gents

Kush Conversations

1:09:25 hr | 2 d ago

Her Highness and The Gents

"Hey guys it's cannabis kurtz here. Host of the cush conversations podcast. I'm here to a little bit of information. We have a podcast app called anchor and it's really essential because it's free and it's really helpful because there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone. Your computer and the best part is anchor will distribute podcasts for use. It can be heard on spotify podcasts. And many more you can also make money from your podcast with no minimum. Listen should it's everything you need to make podcast one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor. Fm to get started. Hey guys how's it going. It's cannabis kurds here. This is up so ten kush conversations. Podcast i'm here with sativa smith i was going and we got a special guest today. She's the co founder of the female focus cannabis company. Her highness bayside new york. We have allison chron guard here. They street you. We're super excited to have you here. Yes we are low on. How can you are first. Introduced in started with cannabis with cannabis. Immune so long ago probably When i was in high school was the first time. I tried it but i didn't really love it until i was in college. My roommate had a sibling. Who was selling cannabis and would leave huge bags. Alex and we would just leave it on. Our living room table on fronts would always come through our apartment and get high and it was like sort of center of our social groups socialized getting high in my and it was just. It was sorta like grand central station. People in and out constantly and it was so much fun and But i still only smoked on the weekends myself for the most part at that time it wasn't until years later that Years in years later. I i mean. I always use recreationally at night or on the weekends. I was super hyper focus of my work Until i started my last. Probably then. I would get high during the day and work high. Because i worked at home and i was in doing creative work and designing all the time so it was perfect. I was just saying now. This company i mean i'm constantly sampling product and i smoke every day. It's so much a part of my life. Yeah it's it's definitely a part of a lot of people's lives now. It's like you said earlier. It's it is the centerpiece for a lot of new relationships and friendships. I mean in this day and age like everyone smokes. And if you don't smoke it's like whoa. I'm i probably don't know you. And that's the great common denominator for people to find similarities in each other shrew. I know people. I guess the with people who don't smoke for whatever reason but the are against it. Then i'm like i just it's it's just a. It's the fact of like thinking that you can read somebody else's mind when they're high and you're aware of it like a always think about like my cousin or someone at a family event and you know we're just there and it's like i dunno mentioned but something else it's just the connection like you can scoop it with a spoon between me and my cousin just as soon as we. I mean as we see each other every time it's it brings such a such a bright light to your soul like because guys both smoke. Yeah i mean that's that's all it takes. Is we have that connection. it's awesome. Yeah i have a cousin that i always got high west like it since our twenties always straight. Everyone's gotta have the cousin that they can smoke with at the famous actions totally makes every family vacation so fun and just life you know having family member that you love to get high wiz. Is the best really my thanksgiving. I had got my grandma and grandpa to take edibles for the first time and i mean they're just they're retired and they're at the point where they decided know it's legal because in illinois is completely illegal so they're like you know why not so. I brought some my grandma took some and she didn't like it as much but i think it's because she was also drinking a lot of whiskey before she took it and taking edibles and being drunk probably is in a great combination for your first time. Sweep all. yeah she just had cotton mouth so bad. Like i was just sitting in the living room and i just i loved them. It was like a fifty milligram. Fudge role it looked like a tootsie roll but it was fudge and i left it on the counter and i walk in the kitchen and i realized like more than half of it's gone and there was four people sitting there and i was like all right guys who took a bite out of this. My grandpa's this chocolate isn't it said grandpa. You're gonna be sleeping really good tonight. Maybe watching later. Oh yeah he wasn't drunk. Though and he he enjoyed he was all giggly. Little giggly old man free gift. I'm sure he was. I'm sure he was in the fridge. Full time theft. He said the only thing he didn't like was in the morning his legs felt really tinguely. Slept on it wrong or something new. See that's the thing. I've never experienced any sort of side effects from cannabis really but i don't know if it's because i've been smoking for a really long time. And that was his first time ever having thc in the system and thirty milligrams of dispensary grade edibles. You know probably feeling pretty good. So at what point did you decide that you wanted to get into a business with cannabis or did you always have that idea. Asteroid sold my last company. I really want to do something in cannabis. Because i really felt like It's it's coming and it's really all all of my business. Ideas revolve around female luxury products. And that make women's lives easier Things that make women's lives better in a fund creative way. And i really wanted to do something in cannabis but i wasn't legalization wasn't even wreck in california yet it's still too soon Then laura. Who is my business partner Who i worked twist. We had another company similar to my first company before this. And we she wanted to do something cannabis too and she reached out to me and we decided to do high end smokey's accessories start of And once we got started we realized we could actually do cannabis. So we made it a cannabis company and started developing the cannabis products that we always wanted and canvas products for women who didn't smoke cannabis and we're new and wanted to understand it and so that's why we may like our giggle formula which is just perma smile with energy. Like for going out with your girlfriends and our high priestess they formula which is just euphoria which you know. Both was low munchies. We increase the human land in both. Which is the you know the term. That's most like the And it's it. Really kills the munchies. And that's what women want. Women wanna get high without. Getting the munchies. Yeah so all of our formulas all of our shreds that we use. All of our products are joint base and euphoria based like so many women's products there are low does or pink Wish park all play. We're not children pink and scrapped back. Yeah i love. You just want like you have that real actual strong professional adult looking female products. We make products for women. We're not trying to like girly up or like dumbed. Young in a low dose is like doesn't make it female doesn't make it feminine out like that's fine for some and for some women but just because you know it's like women sin feel ashamed of wanting to get high like there's joy and also you know assume any cannabis products aimed at women are all about like wellness and anxiety. You just need a little bit. But we're focusing on hazard instead of pain so you know increasing. Your joy is a great way to address your pain to instead of always focusing on female pain and trauma. Focus on female fun. Yeah that's a mean stuff an issue for a lot of people. These days focusing on joy. Everyone needs it right now. More than ever follow covert as being. Shut down locked in your house and thank goodness. We have cannabis. I would've survived cova without microdosing mushrooms on a lot of candidates. Microdosing mushrooms is one. I love that. i think that's awesome to save. I'm super excited to see what organ does with their. Because they're basically they legalized it for clinical trials so then people can go into an actual professional office gives those medically by professionals and safe environment. I mean there should be mushroom dispensaries and cannabis dispensaries. I know people who do mushrooms for energy or sleep like different strains to friend like you know just like different strains of cannabis. It's a whole world of medicine that people enjoy both that people have been denied statistic. I believe canada has mushroomed dispensers. I believe so. I'm pretty sure i've seen. I've seen that that a that is the thing. I'm pretty sure we had. Oh yeah outside. Why not candidates looking great at this point stairs was it's perfect timing for for these industries to introduce themselves and give the people something to look forward to something to something to be excited about. It's it's been a hell of year. And i think what. You're doing awesome in a lot of a lot of female friends that i have that i've smoked with in the past like like you were talking about your product. It's not. I mean it's about the joy it's about It's about the experience. It's not about what it looks like. It's not about what you know. I mean people. People aren't saying bad things about it. I'm sure enough they are. I'm sure they haven't tried it but yeah it's just it's such a positive thing and a lot of the girls that i smoke with i would i would I'd better they found described them as bad ass because they just they know it. They understand everything about you. Know why it is that we smoke in what it is that we do. It's not. I mean it's a choice in it's it's a good choice. Yeah my mom. She doesn't smoke very often but she keeps on asking me about and i pointed her to your website is i was like this is sounds perfect for something that you want. But she smoked with me before you might know the answer to this but she smoked with me before and she didn't really get high. It's like we smoked three bonds. And i'm sitting there just blitzed and she's perfectly fine but she thinks sir. Her medication might have to do with like a counterbalance to the thc. Because she takes some medicine for like tony and she didn't know the like counterbalance each other but she kept on asking me. She's like maybe you should look into it for me and see if i could get off my medicine and get on this or smoke it with my medicine or something. She just try that one time. And that's it was. She did it that time. She had an edible another ton not too long ago and she said it was the same thing. She didn't really feel much. But i don't know the signs of the first time i tried it. It's do anything. Thank you have to china a couple of times. Gogel t senior system and try again. I think she should try a few times routine all succeed. Try try again explain. That wasn't that wasn't the case for me. I was i was right. Yeah i was not in the same realms. Everyone else when i smoked. I'm pretty sure. I've heard ghost and i still don't know if it was actually a ghost follows. Just really high could have been either. Because i think that sometimes certain strands especially like quest. I find which the california strange Open to your third. I think you can save things that you can't ordinarily see and that would include you know guarant- naveen and other energies that you might not normally be sensitive to you are like i When of high leg. I hear different things and what people are saying that kind of really get them what they really mean behind the words like i can sink into them better really clears my thought process like a hones. It in like really centers you grounds you into the moment so that there's not background noise you can really focus on what's happening in so trade like i watch a movie or get high. Do something fill in the blank. Literally get high get high in whatever because it just sort of focus to this you on that activity so you can really get the most out of it find the most joy in at. Yeah that's why women at need pot so much to me like cooking is so boring unless i'm high then it's like i'm martha ed like dan. Tation on the plate means something i want things to look like other things like it makes a fun game for me you know. It's like parenting and parenthood can be kind of secretly really boring but a little pot. I mean i think that's why other people drink and maybe that's why a lot of adults drink i personally i don't Because i liked top so much more can than i do a little bit but like i wouldn opened up a bottle of wine but myself i only drink socially because other people are drinking it would it and i'm somewhere where it wouldn't be appropriate to smoke pot. Yeah but you know just such a better job than alcohol at those tasks. 'cause alcohol make sure brings fuzzy like today pot. Surge sharpens it. In a way are can agree to that. Alcohol is a lot. More of a depressant and cannabis is more like a gaijin. What you're doing you can't drive after. Eat drink alcohol. Shouldn't drive and teddy driving. Kansas is a dui. But i'd be lying. If i said. I haven't been doing it for years. I'd like i'm excellent. Good driver knock on wood. But i you know i'm such a driver i think there's always thc my system anyway. But i i think hyper aware actually very word your surroundings and everything going on. Yeah yeah and like totally tuned into what. I'm doing not distracted at all exactly. Yeah yeah there's nothing like all we're from central illinois. There's i mean there's corn and there's beans and every five miles you get to smell some hog crap and it's just i mean a lot of backwards backwards but there's nothing like being stoned and hitting a breeze when it's sixty five seventy out. Roll the windows down. It's just it never feels the same if you're not high and then i look forward to zero drives when i'm sober gone to the supermarket a little bit high. It's like touch dangerous though. Grocery carts always a little extra field when i go stone appreciate that. Oh yeah the snappers yet totally like i'm so rigid out too much sugar ban yet to yeah. My mom knows anytime. She gives me your card and sends me to hi v. I'm coming home with a trunk for. She likes yeah. I mean. I always think about the family things. So yeah they don't. They don't appreciate orioles milk for dinner every night. Beautiful cupcakes and like fun. Things catch my eye while shopping. People here really appreciate she should pay squirts catch so on do you do you make your products with. We'd grown by yourself or do you get it from other growers. what yeah. We don't grow anything we source from growers that we like nice people You know i think supplant is you know living saying and it's really important that you buy from people who also care about the plant and want to infuse it with goodness and So yeah we were super careful about who we buy from and where also own be only by certain strains because we're looking to deliver specific experiences that we think are more feminine high variances experienced like how women like to get high which is a different. Like a lotta times says. Let's get as hungry as possible and then like like it's like a game you know how much pizza everyone can need. Women don't wanna do that. Beano an experience like that to be total dealbreaker and then they miss out on so much medicine. Enjoy all these good things So we're really careful to dial in mood elevation anti-anxiety like we were first surveying what women look for Encana best or what issues. They they would like to address always exciting and pain. sorry but We so you know. We're always looking to address pain by increasing joy. So we're always looking for the distinct out. No couch lock. No had banned is the on ramp and off-ramps because women you know we don't wanna freak anybody out like you know the strengths that you take one hit in your life boom. I'm so wasted. I like that but you know. Most people don't like that. They need a little gentle on route to the feeling. So you can measure so you can like stop and control it because control is so important to women like all of our products have highness meter on it. You know how high you can get What's also and we've really everything is measured like our mints are two point five milligrams so that like for me. Like i'd like a couple at a time but some women who like gloucester wind still one was a glass of wine is so nice that it's like a super side. The super hawaiian was out. All the calories of to you know if you're trying to figure out your dose of panna best waiting in two point five milligrams at a time gives you total control over you. Get comfortable for sure. Does i mean. I definitely like like in the mornings before i get up and get around definitely like just a hit or two out of my bowl. I mean i just want enough to relax. I don't i don't wanna out even wanna look like i'm high. I just wanna be relaxed as that. Low micro dose. Yeah basically of those every morning. That's and that's just what's comfortable for me. Because i always i get in my head like when i'm out in public and stuff and want them around my family. Some of my family doesn't they're totally behind the idea of canvas and that's perfectly okay but yeah definitely. I psych myself out sometimes. 'cause it's a happens when i get to high when i when i smoke a whole bowl and coughing my ass off. On the way to to somewhere. I walk in there like oh my god everyone staring at me but i feel that way i think as i got older. I stopped caring. What people think. Maybe that's a key. That's what i've i've really gotten more comfortable being high in public once. I realizing that other people's opinions don't matter. It's like if i think when you realize you don't like they probably don't even care and are are are so worried about themselves. They're not even looking at you. They don't they don't notice me but i noticed that they might be. He released that. Like when. I was in my twenties when i was younger and single. Like for kids and everything i would get high on the weekends and like go do my yoga goget frozen yogurt and like i used to get paranoid like especially like the people the frozen yogurt place. I always feel like they're taking extra longtime to they. No i'm high in their wanna be like i can totally go down this dark path until one day i realized surely they could care less about me. I'm just a number. There's just turning us out and it was freer. I realized like nuking cares this much. Like do i like. Did you ever look at people. And you're like they might be high right. Yeah not too often unless a seat is made. But yeah i don't i don't i don't know i contact one. I'm anytime i think someone come on public. I just wish i was high. Hey let's go when you walk past someone and smell it. You're like. I remember when i used to think when i was at public places and i smelled some skunk that it was actually a skunk and then i hit that age when i was like damn smoking weed this whole town so on. What does it desire. A is there a process to opening your own brand like there is to getting a license for a dispensary. How i mean you know you need needs to come up with your concept and everything but once you have your name and your concept and your everything all set up unless you're plant touching in which case he needs to be licensed but we're not we license our brand and basically have our product produced and other states on california. We license our brand to manufacturer who and shift leader who sells our product for us. So we just sam so if someone orders something off your website. It's being sent from those states so our website has our hemp cd line which we produce since we can ship that nationally and we ship that out of connecticut rayson always gonna to yeah and then the thc products that you go to the thc side of our website and you put in your zip code. It'll tell you like if you're not in california and soon once where on menus in the badeah which will be at the end of this week because we just launch their last week and just got our first orders but Then you know nevada and then as we expanded to other states you'll be able to put your code in and seeing the closest store for chancy awesome. So it's just one of those things you put in your zip code and find your nearest dispensaries. The have the product. That's that's super cool. And it makes the most sense to. It'd be nice once. There's a the ability descended through the male if that ever happened. It's now my now. It's just so stupid that it's not legal. Your ship anywhere biden plans on decriminalizing it. I believe but. I don't know if that would necessarily permit in the mail right away. Probably not because technically. It's just still a fine but it's not. it's not jail time. That's when connecticut connecticut new jersey and new york are going to legalize together. We'll just your d- did but Can get new. York are working on that They want to end with massachusetts. Allow for interstate commerce. Great really great do Does your state does your state hit you. Pretty hard with taxing through all this and we're registered in new york state so we paint new york state taxes and just regular but i mean in california yet. We're taxed like crazy. Men is not license faulders. Were basically paying as other pupils licenses. So yeah we pay a lot to have a business in california. I allow in california. There's just seniors. There's a lot of paperwork and hidden. Law is in all this stuff in china because my end goal is opening my own dispensary and i took on some online classes about opening your dispensary and all that and just the amount of money just to applies insane and then if you get accepted it's basically that same amount which is like seventy to one hundred thousand dollars so it's like that's one of things like dennis life was that the way illinois did it because they only did a certain amount of licenses was that basically all the big corporations. That already had the money we're going to be the only people getting the dispensaries and then in the following years they were going to release more licenses for like the small mom and pop places so hopefully this next coming here will see a lot more of those small sellers growers and not all the big corporate everywhere is that still creates a lot of jobs for people. No do you. What were you saying. It's the it's going to flourish in illinois the next few years it's still so natives really an exciting time or just i'm pretty sure they just raised the taxes again like anything over thirty five percent. Thc's like a forty percent tax. Twenty to thirty five percent is like a thirty five percent tax and then everything underneath is like thirty two thirty two down so i guess they just want the black market. Oh yeah i mean. Basically i mean i have my medical card so i get it tax free anyway but spray yeah. That's that's one of the big reasons why i got. My medical card was because i get a tax free and then if you have your medical card you're allowed to grow your own product as well. I'm i'm in the process of it because getting all the equipment and everything and getting my gross space setup. I also just recently bought a house in the past six months. I just had a lot of things. I've been paying off so it's on my list of things to accomplish. Great i cannot wait until i can the grow. I want to grow my own. So badly i i love. Gardening cannabis drives me crazy. I mean we both work cultivation center here in illinois so we're around it all day at work all day every glenn. Oh yeah just every all the people that work there people that have grown at all their lives. And it's just love cannabis just everyone. There is just a book of knowledge. You're so lucky we got like the old hippies grown at all their lives and we got the newer people who actually went to school and all know all the new techniques and stuff great mosh pit of knowledge of stone nurse so great that every street boom saw. What's it like. Is there any hardships that you get for. Being a woman in the cannabis industry. I mean we are we're mature. We both had successful businesses or kind of were not shrinking violet. Type women and our whole brand and we're so new york city where so we're not like an earthy crunchy like applied to seat. It's a table relaxed more. Sorry not sorry here. We believe strongly that women are going to be major consumers of cannabis and need products designed for their pressure and We want to leave the way and create space for other shimao entrepreneurs and now neither one of us really feel. You don't really have that target on your back. You just feel like what's fueling. We got funding. I mean we you know i know. A lot of women have struggled to get funding. And that's not fair. We got funding We're just Now i'm not ceiling. I'm not feeling that. I don't feel held back in a woman at all. I feel like we're going straight to the top of this industry with We we want to be the first national female cannabis brand and no one else is really trying to that. And nobody has developed to lifestyle brand of a suite of products that address women from head to toe the way we have. I was going to say that. I don't think i've ever heard of another company. That's quite like yours honestly. Don't think that anyone's doing it the way we're doing it yet. So we have a real headstart. You got the big you know. We're looking at heading east. We're talking to possible partners and massachusetts were super excited about new jersey. New york does wreck. We want to have a flagship store. New york We want to be a destination cannabis store for women We're super super excited about this industry released feel like it's a great time to be a woman in the industry and women are on trend and female powered is sort of growing. And that feeling of female solidarity. I think You know one thing. Trump did for women was Remind women that you know. People thought the women's movements come so far but maybe not and women need to work harder to stand up for themselves and mothers need to teach their daughters to be brave and speak their minds and You know get out there. I think that a lot of women are motivated. Right now though. No i think it's perfectly feel held back at all Or related to target on my back. I think more in california people think we're other being new york city browns and you know we get a lot of questions like city like why are you here. but why would you put that on your packaging and it's because it's who we are and authentic like craft packaging trying to be earthy crunchy. It's just not up original. Yeah yeah thank you. It's really speaks to who we are in the wet. The products were like our pleasure. Oil is an orgasm oil. It has the extract of the south americans flour that when used cooking makes your tongue pulse and salivate and the central taco for women. It gives you a super intense orgasm. And yeah i don't know of anyone who doesn't love an orgasm know we want women to You know disgrace that and you know. Get off the shame. Spiral of female pleasure and cannibis in particular. You know a lot of women who use cannabis feel stigmatized by their use of it. And that's so sad. Women who use cannabis every day. Seal stigmatize crates Mando what can we do as marketers to help make that ceiling go away through our product. We can make it more beautiful so you wanna do in public. New normal is it and flu. Can use our products to normalize cannabis. We can really move the with. Met forward absolutely right. I think it's very unfair. You can't just walk down the street and take dragging your or whatever your vape cartridge wherever you got. Because technically that's considered illegal or deci- say why if someone can walk down the street smoking a cigarette and you know you get that smell of cigarette smoke like why can't you walk down the street with the joint and you know leave that low trail skunk smell behind. You stood in a restaurant drinking wine cell- edibles and be able to have an edible announced and then take a walk through the park. I really wish that there would be more cannabis lounges. Because they don't really see that pretty sure there's some places in california other than that. I don't really think there's anything that's permitted to do that. There aren't some in california. it's awesome but no. I think that's all i'm horizon. I think that's what's coming. It's gonna be great. That'd be a really good business to open not even like you don't even have to sell the weeds that you can tell people that they can bring their product in smoke there and socialize order drinks or something lee about the union a consumption license for that do. That's true money off. Then have your own store than have like a little beat occurred that you could walk through and you're in the lounge gain you do anything was like they have those those are adult arcades where you can drink and play those arcade games dislike. I bet you if they had a place where you could smoke and play arcade games and make it all the more nostalgie. Yeah who does love to get stoned. Play play video games. Perfect apples and man do you. I mean with how the industry is. It's obviously out of this world. How i mean how stocks are going and everything and how company's revenues are at all time highs. Right now do you. Are you like like is this. Is this the way that you saw it playing out or are you expecting more or maybe even less from like from the numbers from from all the statistics. I know that Accompanied accompanied in cannabis. That they're over. I mean they're over like six hundred percent on their stock market percentage. Right now in its. I've i've never heard of anything like other than i'm being professional like some big words. Yeah big companies. Sports teams stuff like that. Do you expect more or less out of how canvas doing right now. Just just Just today in general. I mean with how the world is going. Yeah but like right now. Is this how you saw it playing out pretty much after covid came down after you know after the election this year. Did you see it like this out to me. I see what's happening in cannabis. Like the end of prohibition and so the people who have their roots down and develop real brands now once cannabis in norm is normalized are going to be the companies that are the household name. So that's always what is you know. That's why i wanted to be in this industry and be a part of. It is such an exciting time but coveted kind of accelerated things for us in a way but also not because as a new brand. You know it's like Everything went up to menu and stores weren't ready for it like didn't have photography. Did you know so took lists. Yeah people weren't ready for it. I mean i know. I wasn't a new. It was possible. I always knew it was possible but i didn't see quite a quite like this and it's it's very impressive in such as being see everybody had to pivot. You know to like it. Get organized to to yeah. Everyone's everyone's thinking. I got i got to get in. They're going to start going to start taking off before leaves me. And you see all the rappers and fighters and athletes investing than canada's brains and all that now everyone asks me why. It's like like martha stewart. And well i mean as dark spin for solo but i mean Jc is in cannabis now. And everyone's in cannabis. I guess it's trending just see dollar signs. Yeah yeah i have. I have a cousin His ex chief of police and retired but he's been in. He said stocks for seven years. He said and i just talked to him about that Roughly a month ago. So it's i mean it's something that was foreseen and something that people are into. I definitely i definitely know more people than not that. Are you know the have a wild hair when they when they hear the word we you know there. It's it's sending excitement through the world. Yeah absolutely and you know. Let's really interesting in mexico. Mexico does lethal that. I mean it's already the tourist destination spot of the world's at cannabis is legal in mexico. It's going down in mexico. That day on that day comes and that would also happening. It would definitely push back the cartel a little bit too or the cartel will get involved. Who knows or though just opened the round business. Yeah i wanna be in the dispensary the airport. The that's the product that you are buying for vacation newburgh step off the airplane and hit the airport dispensary. And you know fill like what's better on the beach ben. Gummy is only. Now i wouldn't oh nevermind i take that back. I was about would know. But i've had that experience a couple of times. I guess i'll smoking on the beach. Another good thing about that. I enjoy about having my medical card. Is that other states that have medical marijuana. I can use my car in so hawaii has medical marijuana so if i ever go back to hawaii and i can go to the dispensary there and smoke right on the beach and a lie albuquerque. That oh yeah. That's that's one of the first things i looked up. I can use this thing and other states in said most the states that have medical marijuana allow it. I didn't even know that. Actually i've been paying full price in california. I didn't know. I did use myocardium california. I'm pretty sure you can at this whole ties for guys do some stone stuff if yeah i know i forgot about it when i'm there kasit sister different experience but i won't forget again. I can travel again. I haven't been there in so long as to go twice a month. I've never been to california. Really wanna go out there. Once they start having the cannabis expos and stuff again. I've i've never been to one of those that just i've seen the video has all the people walking all booths and all the crazy stuff that they have going on. Just looks like it'd be like walking around disneyworld it is it really is. It's so much fun. It's so so so much. I can't even do you cannabis. It's exactly that disneyworld do you. Do you set up a booth there for anything yet. We do every year twice a year twice a year. We do the hall of flowers show. Okay fun we'll have to go out to california meter booth do. It's so much fun like the parties after words like if the gross stuff grow fun i can only imagine i was telling you we gotta go on these man really really do well actually based said so the next one's gonna be virtual the one after you that they are looking into software that this is kind of big brother but they're looking into software that can tell in your phone is you've been back and then they only let him poop over big vaccinated very inspirational reason to get vaccinated. Act thinking david so yeah. If it's the only way. I'm going to get into canvas. Expose them he knows when they're going to allow big social events again guest when you know enough you blurb apps native. I'm for the vaccine. I'm still just superstitious about the long term effects. 'cause all the testing they're not going to have people that have had the vaccine for a couple of years. I was listening on joe. Rogan's podcast he was talking to some scientists about it and he was saying that a lot of the vaccines in the past didn't show side effects until two or three years. Later down the road on the slide but my grandma she was. I assume i vaccine comes out on. Take it it sound for her male. Because i don't say that some vaccines don't show what could go wrong for ten years like young women could take it and then they get pregnant years later. Their baby is like look there like look good for the elderly. They don't they don't they're not looking ten years down the road and they don't have muscle weighs. Yeah they're trying to exactly the trying to knock it this and die of this so i think it's different but i don't know i mean i'm pretty scared of getting around a so. I think i'm gonna get the vaccine myself. I'm sure it'll be the best option. I think so. Yeah like maybe it will be the first person to get it but the idea for sure. I mean really. They're kind of just giving all the hospital workers saying here. Hopefully it doesn't hurt. Show the next five years. They're probably like we won't get covered but we might growth under on okay so we had We had some people send in some some blank or blake questions. there's just five of them and So i'm going to list these off. And i want to hear both answers. Yes sir we'll start with you. Alison water parks or roller coasters. Are you sure excuse. I mean i. I really love roller coasters but also fun but like the older i get the more i realized how dirty that water is. South park really ruined water parks for me actually and i played paddle this morning. A woman with a broken thumb who went to a part. This we did. She have like one of those wrappings on it. That looked like it was on for a couple of you had the plastic cover over hand that it looked like a creepy prosthetic recall old fashioned one like upflow meet one was like this plastic and she said that her son has to be immobilized coming down some water and she put her hand down on something. I'm one parks open right now. You well there are some indoor waterpark. Connecticut yeah i didn't ask her further where we've couple endure ones around here. We've got grammar lodge fund city. There's one in chicago okay. Next question hounded if you had the chance to haunted house to house or an aquarium. Let's say the world's let's say the world's most popular haunted house and aquarium short skin guts. You don't enjoy haunted houses. I lived in off but that was spooky superiors to though man. I love fishing style. I don't like how they had the mammals those small tanks but the fish yes. That's kind of a weird question. I i definitely crimes to swim with stingrays and stuff in hawaii. All right these are all about adrenaline men. Would you rather go see a monster truck show or a surf competition. I've ever seen in surf competitions. I haven't either. I've never seen him all talk. Show either a monster truck. You know what i think. I would actually enjoy birth. Because they've never been but the monster trucks in new york. Do you like loud vehicles. Loud trucks loud car interested in seeing those huge tires whole lot of rubber interested in seeing the huge tires. And yeah but. I don't want them to rev their engines. It's fine if everyone's just gotta go to the truck show. That's what you need. Okay all right hockey or soccer right ice hockey yes. Jane think hockey's a little more exciting than soccer lot. More exciting than socket fighting. It's definitely staged. Yeah it's definitely reader hockey. Actually i did to that. I don't think that should be part of it. I think it's staged for publicity purely in my opinion. Well there's rule emmy there's rules to it like in every sport somebody flips out on somebody. Somebody always somebody jabs. Someone throws a punch. It's gonna happen but there's rules in hockey that. I mean that don't allow you to do that unless you're going to engage in this fight because if you back out your penalty you literally. It's it's the craziest thing. She's my language but craziest thing i've ever seen. It's like if you're gonna do it very do it or else you're gonna get fined for backing up. Yeah crazy. that's wrong violence. If that's that's that is too. Because there's i mean you're eighteen years old straight into the league and your dad is still playing so i mean there's there's dudes playing that are twenty five years older than these refugees and you're telling me and you're telling me that have you can't do anything you can't even i mean you can't shove him or you have to beat that old man's ass ally crazy okay. Last last one in this one's really hard. I hate to even ask you because no one should ask. Make the decision but cake or ice. Cream all detainees on ice cream. But you can't sprinkles on k. You can also put sprinkles on ice cream. But there is no frost sprinkles an ice cream mark rate but i think sprinkles on frosting on cake better pretty credible. I like a nice fresh slice of cake. Oddly oven on top of ice cream. I just want an ice cream cake. Great to making this really easy and fun. Yeah i've seen it done. I know it's i know it's not hard but i'm not as as you. You know you took a little you know so that when you pour them on top in the layers and then freeze and then portland swans freeze. It's really easy. i think. I've seen some videos on facebook about the totally country. You could like others like you can crunch up your oreos do a layer. You could put a layer of pretzels. You can get is pretty incredible so we have a few more questions from some fans if you have the time to answer them so the first one is. What's your stance on the stigma around parenting and cannabis as a mom. I think i mean for me. Cannabis enhances my mom ability. Is i tend to deeper for patients when my kids were little and i would ask them. What's the most fun thing we did this week. It was always inactivity that. I thought when i was like allegra you know the jello bulls with swedish fish should make Ficials candy and then like okay. Let's dump it out on the counter lights massage. It like if i was totally so where we lack is remaking events high of leg off. Yeah i'm always into. I'm always into the kid stuff when i'm high like i'm rick. I'm racing to the aa. Goes when i get to my cousin. Seth bats like judy lang is growing. It's you're sober but if you're high and you can't really Like your kid has the best time. I love your so focused on what they love to do. And they get so into it and they love what you make with them with. Those are best moments so. I don't know the stigma of parenting and we'd is really stupid. Said it should go immediately do you all. Do you believe in smoking during pregnancy. It's funny you're the second person to ask me that. Tha that a walmart friends. That i know that are females. That smoke that have gotten pregnant. Smoke throughout pregnancy and their children are perfectly fine. You know normal kids but there's also some people that are just like what the fuck you doing with the pillow like i so i'm so much older my concern. Teenagers like back when i was pregnant. so stigmatized that i and but you know i knew people who did i think i up pregnant now which impossible you know. I assure i would smoke during pregnancy or use edibles or or continue using cannabis in some way maybe not smoke. Topical sali's definitely topical for sure. Definitely the pleasure oil absolutely so Yeah i might thought. Is you know. My thoughts are very different now than they were. When i was pregnant myself i lived next year. We have. What do you love. Most about the cannabis culture the canvas culture. I think the cannabis culture is really inclusive and giving people who love cannabis love to share and share their knowledge. And that's really special. I think it's kind of like the food industry in that way. I think it's i really like how it's not someone's too good to tell someone some information like they want them to know this knowledge so that they can use it themselves and then pass it onto whatever they want to starts. A giant tree root of knowledge like people in this industry green really love the planned like people printing. Don't necessarily release of printers. You know it's like just different like people like there's a mystical spiritual aspect to this product that doesn't exist in fashion beauty. Our automobiles like anything really things really passionate kind of ground view grounds you in the earth like it's like because it's natural it's a naturally grown thing so it kind of gives you that mother nature were all one type thing for hundreds of years. It's like sacred most exactly all the shamans and native americans. We talked about that all the time. How it's used back in. The greeks used it and everything incheon mess of champions houston. She's dates all the way back. I think we had the farthest dated back. Use was back in like the some chinese empire like fifteen hundred bc. Hurts the chinese so interesting. I love history to just history. Non just getting high watching a documentary. Mind boggling. right last year we have. What is your favorite strain in. What's your favorite way to smoke. My favorite strain out so hard to pick one but mice tonight. Get you mike tops. You my favorite. Strains are jack Insane class by save now and. Then what's what's your favorite way to use cannabis or does yourself. I loved smoking joints and love the tea ceremony of rolling it myself. Grinding it smelling it I love sharing joints with people Which i know we're not doing right now and we can again day. That's my favorite way. Love dowding makes me coughed my head off. I don't love edibles. Because when i wanna get high wanna get high right then like wanna wage feel that a lot i was make the mistake of taking the edibles and forgetting that i have something to do and i'm like well i feel fine now so i'm on my way and then just boom punches me right in the face. Exactly that's the problem with edibles. Yes then you're paranoid you're like is it. Happening is happening to do too much fat the problem but you to me i feel like fucking hanging edible with nothing else to do for the of the day i won't be inherited it and there's no such day that nothing else to do. I'm a mom and a business owner. I always there's update like that understandable. We appreciate you Saying that you hope we can do this again. We we do. Also this has been quite an interesting A little conversation really hope that here business keeps booming and improving and we'll do our best to get the word out for you and you wanna go ahead and give them your website and your twitter handle real quick. Yeah thank you. It's her highness. Dot com is the website and our twitter. Handle is her highness. Nyc and our instagram handles. The same her highness. M y z. Or are you guys better. Go check them out. Her highest dot com get there. We really appreciate you coming in and having this talk with us. Alison really fun. I appreciate it. Yeah right take care everybody.

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"Welcome to net cost. I am martin. Linda scope high shyly. Allow the golan good thinking about. Oh my gosh. I just learned a lot about different topics that we can dive into today. And i am just. I'm thinking about the whole ego surfing situation. It's something i talk to my clients about. I'm thinking about social media and like the ups and downs. Why we love it why we hate it all that kind of stuff. You're going to be like spark just now as we're prepping for this show feld great to hear you. I hear you. You have lots of energy and also of that on your website. Also so please explain. What's a social media chiappa. What is your social media circus. Oh your social media sir. Sherpa is a business. I have to help empower business owners to do their own marketing. I give them clarity and accountability on how to do their own social media the people that i helped those people who've done the work who who have business context or good net workers who have an entire audience of people that love and adore them already off line a health take all that attention and relationship and help bring them online that a lot of times businesses don't realize that all they've cultivated off line is the same as social media and it's all related so one of my clients is like an indian matchmaker. She has a great email list of contacts and past business people and people that can refer her. she's never won. Send an email out to them. And there's a pool of attention there that she's missing out on so it's helping people build the textisms into their business so they can have a complete marketing cycle from mark from social media contract to emails to showing yourself as experts answering the questions in anticipation of what your clients need. That's what it's all about. Yeah mark can you tell your audience a little bit more about how i got into this. Do this course. Oh absolutely so. We're talking a little bit earlier about social media. Being the best thing in the worst thing potentially and social media in my life has actually changed everything as a kid. I didn't have a ton of friends. I didn't have a lot of relationships. And i and a finding my community of people that i love and adore on my space so way back in the day i found people that like the same weird hobbies that i did so for me. Social media changed my life. How i accessed cool people they never would have met before. I mean i'm talking to you today. Because of the power of the internet so put put mesh worked shoutout to them. This new service for matchmaking away between guests and hosts absolutely like that you got to see a profile of me and what i can offer you as host and we got to have a conversation and all the nitty gritty details of their user usually really tricky when coordinating podcasts. Were kind of already done for us. So i'm glad we had a good match here and then i got to be here today. So social media win that. I learned about them only did i saw your comment. That you like me. Cartoony should think of myself that is created by fine artist and cartoonist editor cartoonist. Yawn cox adapted on my profile. So that's that's funny and ice comments offended with and you have you have a bit of doing about in your way also with your name. There the proun- pronounce asian in parentheses. Could you tell about your first name and your last name of it. Shyly shyly means my gift in hebrew and i was born on thursday so i was my mom's gift so that's how that came to be the funny part about this is my mom's like she says her best languages french the way she stole my name in american english is actually people like to pronounce it shaly even though the infringes per shyly but she decided to make it a little bit more complicated for me so i always like to put it in parentheses. I know so. Many people even people that i've known for years sometimes. Don't remember if daily. So i wanna make it easier for anybody that wants to connect with me so I'm glad you saw that in. How do you pronounce your last name. I kenyon relatives. I kim in. I'm more flexible on that. So you have background from his. Then you said this. The hebrew hebrews. That's israel jewish and also From roof is that right. My mom is from morocco. So that's where her french comes from is from iran okay for persia i say i don't try network bento friends in coming from persia from a cold and i'm i'm following what's happening very very closely so and that the did these Caricature of me. He worked together win. One gold and four calm and they had side called black and white world or cox four calm but the books called black and white world in torian cartoons and so they had to serious about the. What's going on in iran and miscue moments in how we could support veterans on so that was fascinating interesting piece. So yeah so now. We're going to when we do this. Eagle eagle surfing. So when i searched on a us financially similar to i dialogue up to gary way nurse shock and he pronounced on his book. Gay gerry way. Ner shocked so seemless Then i get like thousand results smell and i. it's pictures it's twitter twitter again. It's spotify everywhere. Podcast breaker ordeal. That's also costa pod. Catcher client lisa notes as interesting service for Listen to podcasts and periscope that you have done we have owned own twitter and then you had saw a person you wedding. Could you tell about that wait. Oh my podcast. Oh my parents. Go episode no periscope. That was like my version of like podcasting way back like four years ago. So what are the things. I used to do on periscope with the other thing i really love to do on. Periscope is show people what my culture is like whipping. Jewish is like what you know what holiday would be like what a persian jewish wedding looks like. So i took my cousin. And i and i show people what it looks like. Our weddings tend to be more fun. More crazy more people more food than like a typical jewish wedding. So i wanted people to see what that looked like and that was a little clip of it though. I'm glad you got to check that out. Is it similar to like in. The movie called the big greek wedding. It similar yeah a little bit. Plus jewish jewish puff more perdue my life to we have a duly big greek population in chicago. I think the movie took place in chicago so definitely. We have a lot of greek family friends. And i think they get me more than my peers. So that's interesting we talk about this Chicago directly on the spot where they windy city and i know also about climate but also about politician saw how things are now in chicago interesting. So if corona like. I have a big chunk of my friends who are very nervous to go do too many things. There's some bars are open and still people are going out and drinking. And i'm like are you crazy like this time. I know we city has done a decent job of trying to like. Take care of us better than i think. Some other cities in the us. So i feel like we're in a good spot whether it's been good. I've been pretty lucky. Yeah and we'll we'll talk about. Because i saw another Search results in another research and in duck duck go it will something would shifts and food as also shift feeds prince that i wonder what that is. Chef what did they do you have. It was undocked. Toco shifts shifts feed. What happens when i i myself on google. This is something. I think what i really love about what you're doing and this is what i tell my clients all the time. Is that whenever someone wants to hire someone else. They're gonna look you up on the internet and you have no idea what they're going to find to know that you did that. It's like i'm sure you're not the only one to do that. But you verbalizing. It reminds me. And i should remind my clients that like this is what people do when they want to know what your deal is they will find you online. They will look at your lincoln. They will look at everything. And if you have good information on there that's gonna only help. So oh here what's this. What is this the chef speed thing. Oh what this ooh. I didn't even know i have this. No so you left. I signed up for a newsletter versa. That's a good thing i mean. Google is phenomenon player out there. And i mixed feelings about gogel in weights it very clean way to search things but you should take that into account that you are the product of any research google as of. That's why i like to. Surgeon has donated search engines also like duck duck goat and then you could find some tidbits fizi that you don't find on some other places so as i did that also and found ways And also it was some space called cloud. Do peop- funny yet. It's not dancing service right about the good place to to find. I don't know i join them like three years ago. Four years ago the website looked really nice really pretty but it looked like platforms. Now i've gone less to freelancing. Somebody's plod for him. They know there's plenty of people that will work and they'll work for good rate and i think the amount of effort you have to do to pitch someone on that platform is it. Were i think. What the compensation was for me. And i just it. They're asking for a lot. And i just i don't. I'm not in the era of where my businesses were. I'm writing proposals or i will jump through hoops. I know what i bring to my clients. I what i bring to the table and you know if if my website doesn't answer that enough for you and you don't have follow up questions i don't want to. I'm not jumping through hoops. I wanted to write the. That's good to know. Because then i could for when i'm creating lost website so to speak will be less is more and about. That's i mean that's a hard thing to explain but then you don't want to make all the hoops you want them. Debbie's attraction marketing also and to get them on the same level. But of course it's your job to explain it so you had one topic that we could discuss very about bartering that you have done marking the pasta and then you had some comments on that. What's your forge on bartering or trading in that way now if a juicy one this is one that i keep thinking about because it's one this is one of those great like hash called hashtag debate debate something because there's a lot of different perspectives here. So when i was a kid for example my dad was part of like this international trading association. Something something where he would trade jewelry and he would get some sort of other. I remember getting trae jewelry for more jewelry on my teeth. I remember my aunt is was paid for on trade. He gave them like jewelry. And i got three braces on. My teeth are not the straight are straight either. And i haven't had this kind of thing. I liked the idea being exactly what you're saying. Now i'm all for it. Feels philosophic butting modern society. Sue called you have so how should i say that have opinion about this in america and sweden is that they want to have a customer that even if you bartering because they feel like they have the right to a piece of the border right but i'm all for it because in the future will more and more to bartering and you have to understand the trade principle but we have in exchange but sweden on every transaction. It's the a of twenty percent so we have twenty five percents. Vat tax on everything. Matan like you lori. And then you'd make we have go make a jeweler. Ben is twenty five percent and then you sell that and somebody seen repair it and something. Then it's twenty five percent from that it's atra and that's going to the irs and and the state of attacks in song but if you do bartering then of course it will be. You will different way. But that's how it works in the post and could work in the future shore. Yeah oh i have so much to say on this too. I appreciate what you're saying here of like saving costs at like since opportunity to try to fao. There's a lot there. Yeah then you have the other thing like Freelancer or a preneurs. That maybe some people want to bother with you but you have to pay for their services but they want to get it. Yeah very special deal could be back backside. Yeah they're definitely back side of this. There's there's a lot of pieces here. Wanna pieces is this is kind of. Were really kind of like it is kind of where it got me. Because i've seen my dad do it. I was something that i was open to and someone who was starting a business. I didn't know. I was terrified to risk my money on something that maybe didn't work so i said you know what a page up on my website and just leave it there and if somebody has something that i want that they want back they will tell me and then we will figure it out together and because i was how i could consider potentially affording stuff because i knew i had things that other people want it and we could maybe find a way and with consent everything so if we do something i always like to like make a little contract and all that kind of stuff because i want to protect all assets or people so a story. That happened was a few years ago. That a business networking group. And i got to know everybody. They're pretty well. One of the members there was a coach and she had a sister that was a writer. The sister was trying to build her business through social media. And so we came up with an agreement she was going to edit some of my website. Hoppy and i was going to teach her some social media this for me. I needed help with my writing. And it wasn't something that i'm good at but i know she could benefit from what i have not. Why not so. I think she was hesitant to her. Sister were hesitant about me. And i was like i want to put this with trust. I wrote a contract job. I did an hour of the review of her website to give her feedback. And i was expecting her to do some and after i sent her everything she never did her share of what we wrote down what we negotiated and to me. Maybe really judge for sister who introduced me to her because it makes her look bad that she didn't go on her end of the deal and on top of this happening all the time to where like somebody does the thing really well and they put their hearts something. The other person doesn't really try very hard for their head to the deal. It's a little different. So that's i think we were even messaging about this like the idea of like when you for something you value it a lot more. There's that whole dynamic because if you don't pay for the you don't value the thing and when you're not getting actual money like the amount of service that i was put into a barter potentially could be lower than i think i tried. You know there's ways that i can like put like protect myself here but those are all things that are really juicy there ways. I like to do it. That i've been comfortable for me but i don't wanna get taken advantage of like i had in the past. Let's where it's risky. I mean i have more on this to can. I can share with your audience harder nowadays. You know one thing that i've done. That's low risk for me and low risk for the other person. It's very quick and efficient. Is i do these. Like i started off with a thirty minute consultation trade. So what i'll do is say like i had. I didn't know a lot about accounting. And i didn't know who to hire and i didn't know what i needed to answer and i met an accounting guy that wanted to improve his gin and neither of us really want to spend any money and i was like wall perfect. We have something that we each of us once a twenty thirty minute trade-offs so he would teach i would ask him questions for twenty minutes on accounting and he would give me answers and i would work twenty minutes with him on how to improve his linked in profile and at the end of the day we both use equal amounts of time. We didn't have to do anything outside of the phone calls and we both got a lot of insights that we didn't have before. And now i feel way better about my own accounting because i have contacts now and i knew exactly what i needed to hire a did. Finally get an accounted keeper hats. I said oh. That's how i do it now you haven't seen. Nl's gonna say devil's advocate. Like i don't like accounting. And i'm ready to pay for it or use service. Now could use service that somebody take care of it and also sambaing voice but they take counterfeit. Yeah but otherwise you need to account but these guy you who who you help with. Lincoln proof on that could turn into clients or leads to him how we suggest valued compared to of course in your way. If you don't do the county new right way then you could pay you in. You know you have to pay for your so-called mistakes evacuating don't really you really can't earn anything on your account in a way you can because if you right then you save on the of and you could focus on other things but do you see what i'm saying because i'm talking with potential clients about podcasting and what that could do for various business. Yeah of course. I am a cost but i have also a proposal. That could lead to business for them if i do it like social media again. I said is no rocket science. But i've done it for a long time and have gone longtime we knows tips and tricks and we could give them some advice and especially my focus in on inspiration to inspire them to do but that's value that also start doing something because then you could look back in. It was good that i started blogging or podcasting or starting a newsletter for something. Yeah absolutely there's a lot of value in what you teach someone else and and it's good to know that you package it and you know what what what it's worth you know why they should value you and i think that's a really important because he can also at the end of the day if somebody wants to do a trade or something like that. Both parties have a chance to say no or to negotiate terms. It doesn't have to be like working one hundred hours for someone and then not getting anything back. There's ways to do it safely. There's ways to do it. That are feasible that are safe. And beyond but yeah. That's the big one. I remember we were talking a little bit about this. i somebody that look up to in chicago business in talking about reach that. Don't do it anymore because you never get the same quality of work if they're going to start doing work for people. They're always going to prioritize. They're paying customers over you so you're never gonna get the same amount of work so instead of trading just pay cash for whatever it is even if it has the same amount of money it just changes the dynamic immediately from then on. I like rethought about my bartering page on my website. Thought do i wanna do. This is what i need. But i said that's the end of the day. It's making sure. The trades are safe with their time for time potentially and more consultative base. And for me. It's been a great impact this year. Actually about a year ago. I met this woman Who saw my bartering case. She looked at my website. She did an ego surf will before she came to my in person workshop and saw that i needed help organizing my space. That is something. I just not good at and so for the last like for six months day from lag last fall like i dunno march. This year she was messaging me about like. Hey can we do together. She needed some encouragement motivation. How to network. And i knew i knew a lot about that so i would do. I would respond to her messages on leaked in about what she wanted to know about coaching and motivating herself and business in our career and then she came to my part for two hours. One day and helped me get organized. I still have one set of shelves that have stayed organized. Like since i don't know what was it since february because of her and it's been a huge house and almost like wanna call her back and be like i need some more tire hurt because this is what she might want to do as a business so it worked out really nice. I think for both of us and we didn't you know what the time and left so anyway really cool and i. I've talked about this and also donor report cost episode about that. When it's coming to somebody pick your pick your brain that they want to have a short meeting or voov lonzo coffee tea and have some questions. Do you have five minutes. I and yeah. And i being done vet and learn from that and i Ventilated about it to a great community for independent entrepreneurs soula entrepreneurs and also working online called fissile and they talked about that on their protocols. Show i learned from that because how to be better to ask questions about the corporation and and doing the business. So i learned from that is pretty funny so i will include that in shown also in this book about picking your brain. You can't afford it so have you been also shout out this person. I look up to cya helmet. A mac and productions dot com. She has a whole at least you mentioned the booker. Whatever you just mentioned she think she tags it in there and she made this point super clear is that she is somebody that a lot of people look up to a lot of people want her knowledge. She basically built a career around doing a variety of things that she loves and getting paid for it literally designing the life that you want a forty to do it. I fell in love with her message. Like when i saw her talk like seven years ago but she says everybody says oh. Can we meet up. Can we hang out. Can we talk. And she really highlights the fact that she has something that everybody wants and like if she said yes to every person who had coffee she'd be meeting for coffee every day and people just asking for ideas and tips and stuff and that's not really fair. Why is her well to run empty because she has to help people and as women especially we feel like you're not everybody but a lot of women feel obligated that they have to help everybody and she said she had a lot of guilt over saying no to people who wanted to be with her because of it but she's right. She has something that people want to know about if they can pay her insulting rate on her website and she'll happily talk to you but she that's not her. She doesn't owe anybody that and that knowledge and at the same time going to this. Is that like you know people want to do this for me to me. And i've had this happen to me before the like what was going to say. They don't people say oh. Yeah i wanna learn more about your business how you into your career and all this stuff but you know if you're gonna if i'm gonna take my time out of my day to teach you the so i'd like to think that you're you're gonna value that and if i say something that's relevant to your further you might try to at least do something about early knowledge. That what i've given you wants to be helpful to you. I think that is something that i think happens all the time. Which is why. I'm so hesitant to get on the phone with anybody that i wanna make sure that our times are being valued valued so i don't think people realize that like even the other day like i have a logo that i'm working on and i'm not. I've been putting off putting a logo on for a while. But i have a mentor. Who happens to be a branding specialist. I was terrified. Asked her for help because this is what she does for a living she gets paid to do that. You know. i don't want to take advantage of our time. And that she says. I'm gonna feel really guilty if i don't listen to it because i know that this is super valuable. What she's spending the time on. So i don't think most people realize how delicate that is. Most people will just ask for things without the relationship for me. This has been a huge flake executive point for me. Because i don't want to ask people for too much. They also think that's probably why women don't do as well. Sometimes depending on who you are and during businesses women. Don't ask for help. I don't ask for help when i was talking about me. I don't even do that. Because i'm scared of taking someone's time and knowledge and insight and i know plenty of people don't care and they'll ask people for things and maybe they'll move forward in life. I want people. I value them and their efforts and their time. So that's my thoughts on matters so much there that's good so we'll give you someone. Bookkeeper could read more about vectors by so. And and did you talk about. This will also such like twenty Some twelve she call go round table. That was chairman result as my life. The mentor i was talking about. I met her through that group she. She helps run it and she's an amazing human. Being driver designed student. Strawberry design studios. She is phenomenal just talking about her. It's funny you say that. But i've networked with extra for like more than three years now for years. I've hired people from niger. People hired me from that group We meet every month and it's phenomenal though so many think like there is it. is it just in chicago. Racists places in the united states after it needs it used to be the twenty one twelve every month now it's virtual so if you're out of chicago you visit now so it's really great group. Great speakers it's a great community I'll tell you this is kind of cool. There's a lot of business networking groups out there and one of them a group of these women that started this group are part of and it's a big women's association of national. They have chapters everywhere and there was some drama in the local chapter in this group of women were like. Why are we paying membership dues for this thing while we just start our own drew. And that's what the roundtable formative the punch of women who are really fringy. Who left us other network grew to To create their own. That did the things that they wanted for their careers. So it's not just women but we have a lot of women really take what women and it's a lovely community for sure for sure. So eddie invited. That's that's quite here. We're so when i search on on your name Without the now station in parenthesis. I got five thousand eight hundred sixty results and there. It was your website. instagram facebook. And then you recently was guest on a podcast here. Colder restarting america. You a bit about that. Yes received america. America's a podcast on what what's going to happen now. With people businesses as everything has changed because of covid it's from the company called It's a company that does seo marketing ninety seven switch seven seven switch and are so. My friend josh was a mentor. A friend he's changed. My life beyond was keisha lacob on this podcast and so i did and it's a really glad to partner up with a good friend that i know here and and we've always like learn from each other marketing wise. He knows a lot about seo. I know a lot about lincoln and we've grown a lot from each other over the years so to do a podcast pretty cool. There's a little bit about it. Great yeah yeah. And i update my own linking profile published my lost sight but i have i like linked in twitter like facebook dame but i have my views. Also i've grown Built over time that to create your own hub oriented and you could have different satellites but you create your own website a newsletter. And then you're your you have your own podcast or your guest on a podcast. Because i see how linked dean is copying facebook and vice versa. And and and you get these so-called stress elements that you could celebrate. Somebody's birthday you're could you get reminders. What kinds of things you get tagged by contacts. And it's it's lots going on and now i mean lincoln have started with live streaming also from waiting. I love it. I can't wait. And i like it in a way and i want to test for it but i know that it some kind of invitation system but what i see is also. It's it's not always easy to search or find. I mean if you have a fred on linked in a year ago. How'd you find out later on compared to a blog post or a podcast episode or new an issue of newsletter heart. And so so and so. That's yeah it's i. I wonder about that. And also they have been pretty good too. I think linked on buying and different properties like slide share our recently because it's a great Mining for women data bank of of material and presentations and titles job titles on contact information but they recently sold that to nobody. Yeah but i haven't seen any more about it. But i will do some in this gatien's loan about more about it but i mean they've been very profitable link de worker. Bridging these numbers ships. Like if you're a recruiter if you're in sales you're either or whatever and then. Yeah and that's what i had the beat and i'm very open about the an. I called myself former puchases. Embiid allergic to wool the sales and pushy. Because they want to connect with you and the next second they want to sell. And no i know. But that's how are trained in a way to joke now old school sales guys like back in the day it was the more people you reach out to you. Reach out to one hundred million people out of it to my fire thing and so they've kept that we will shut that old school mentality on length and i don't love it. I think that's really annoying when people do that. But i get why people do it. I i'm not about how i define my business philosophy. I want to get to know people. I want to build relationships. And the way that i post. Continent linked in is literally reminding every single person that i know i'm connected with that. I'm around giving away inside. My post is because podcasting and how to promote podcasts on linked in and a lotta people found value in it. And i said hey. That's that's some good stuff so but keep in mind is people that leaves around. We should reach out to her. We should refer people. And i got three messages. This maybe you wanna work with shyly. And i'm like i wonder why that happened. I wonder why you remembered me. Wonder if i would point. And and one of the lincoln think he is. One of the founders. He has a great podcasts adele. Listen recently so yeah so It yeah i think it was. We talked about this other thing that you wanted to have the help way to get them on your inbox to sierra. And hello dot com. And maybe he didn't you him. it was somebody else. But he you'd about that how to to build a base in how to then to make money off it. But i do the foundation and i got invited but dim. I would probably not continue it because it had some. I mean it's worth probably but it in a way it's not your own to main and it costs debate and it's a bit vanity thing but i like the founders of the company will either and it is also as a stress factor with in books. So it's a good take on it. Then when i mean we'll see because they pay pretty much he wrote a medium or medium about how much not exactly how much they paid for it but they paid for. Hey dot com a hefty amount for that domain shore. Thing with jason free to try to really solve think and he has a great game and they. You know it's funny. The whole team fifty people as other company like it when other companies try to go big. But i do love the idea of making things easier. I think that was a huge mistake and not let people use their own domains. And i think they may have wasted a massive opportunity with so much attention being on this product last two years. I think that was a huge day. Because i i think it would have been a little easier for me to like stick around like i really love the first two weeks right in my trial and i think it was really nice to block some things and also like i would have paid for it because i was thinking about hiring. Someone organized the inbox. And she's like it's gonna take twenty hours a week or a few weeks. I'm like that's not what i need. But like like. I'm part of these wishing that maybe group will come in and take those ideas out there as a marketer. They probably but venue will be one. I have g mail. And i like it way but i know that i'm a portal fair product. Because it's a bit scary. You read demean mail and then you then during around on internet and suddenly An ad abso- yeah eh. It's also in different on different things. You read something on g mail and suddenly on your instagram account thing and they are connected. Yes do reading the fine print. Yeah with you on this because this email thing is big You've been in the marketing world. I've done the marketing world. This is where the other part comes in is if i get the joy of. Hey and we're the best thing about. Hey is that you can block people from getting into your main inbox. A bunch of scraping. They're basically hiding all these emails. Where people that i signed up for year ago but if i'm a marketer and i've got a system like hey in place people are are people going to block my emails. And is that going to lose a lot of eyeballs. I think email have gone pretty much unfiltered for you know decades so if somebody were to change it up i think hey is hopefully to help shape the future of email and really say like. Hey we don't want to be family. I can't figure how to manage my email. And i still have yet to see a tool that can pull out all the most relevant emails beef away all the spammy ones. I don't i don't know this but they're also selling your data. They're also taking your data. Apparently so i'm with you on this everything. Yeah and and in any way jima least doing that for your wills. I got recently. I mean do you want to steal subscribe to this newsletter because we have to do anything from them from four among and that's in a way but it's also be yeah so and so they learn your i mean habits but they also. Ssn store them compared to how. Hey but i fought. The price point was a bit a bit steep for me. And also we'd visit you said dumais may name since on. But i like the idea. But i could also include that in shonno's find that might remain an article about how you could set up your you know the store some some kind of categories in order to make it easier similar to like have you heard about is in matrix and lack of The river i am height eisenhower. So he he had like something. Yeah so event. It's we'd colors and then you could put that everything that you get in your inbox or toss scored not of course it's then it could be hard when it's so called the grey zone or you don't really know where to put it and then he's also take time to organize it and that's thing but the problem about the figuring out no yeah and of course. If you haven't done that to ready you could. Of course read. David orlands. Buca getting things done. That's a good good stock. And i have a podcast. Together with the called you on gustafson and we talk about that in swedish called crude activity since productivity plus t so we are drinking drinking your copy and we talk about this kind of stuff but is interesting how we are gone to using lots of apps and and technologies and so on but more and more getting more analog to write things down and do your own you know check marks or or sign off on something on pen and paper because that's a starting fee doing papers e. I'm sure you've heard the kind of cr rambling client relationship. Andrew relationship manager eight. Yep he's in her sixties. She is building a business and she is very she's amazingly she's a beast so shielding your amazing human being. She has kept her notes on paper. And it's blown my mind. But when i look at how meticulous she is it absolutely will necessarily need all of these tools. But that's so much why he gets overwhelming for business owner. Just because if you wanted to figure out which tool you need to use how to use it like how to put in your system. That's really complicated. And you're like who do i hired. Help me figure this out like that's the part that gets me stack because like hang was pretty simple but like there's so many tools out there to help you organize your like. I don't know how to figure that out. I'm sure like my friends. Figured it out. Filtering apparently works really builds. Takes a lot of hours. Isn't worth it do. I need to manually like melter stuff out like somebody has to solve it. And i'm glad that they try because they hope. I hope that changes the on emails though an out. Yeah my solution is it. Somebody will Advice east that you have to pay in order to Send emails goes van. You will get away with lots of spam interesting. But i mean that's because we're talking about bartering is on and take some people granted i mean why if compared to the venue send a physical envelope or electoral. You pay postage ou. Why why don't they do that. And then some of those who can't afford it but we have to find something to do that. Yeah and of course. Nowadays you don't you could do it. In micr micro nano whatever percentage of sense dollars or even better. You could connect you to silver or gold or or something. You know look blockchain technology. Yeah i mean so. I i wonder why i haven't seen it yet. But of course somebody has come up idea and then see if it's possible impossible and if somebody wants to pay for it but i would do then i mean the way high hayes doing that in a way but are forty was again. I liked the and the service. But it's a steep. And then i think as you said you could have received since we dodgers. Then you get. Suddenly you get something from martinez tied or whatever dot com. And wonder what kind of he mail address is that. Is that your own demand. They want people to switch. I couldn't get over that i like. I appreciate their price some services that pay more money for that did a lot less for me. I was fully prepared or it as a business owner. Like i have a lot of software that i used to run my business and some of them are some fifty bucks a month and i'm like a month but it's like it helps me out so much that it was only okay for me to send in like ninety dollars is way cheaper than hiring that virtual assisted in the philippines. I could have done it for me would get a lot more hours to figure this out. I i can pay hundred dollars and not have this comedy. That's one hundred dollars. I can go work. You know for however long with my client short session with the client. Have that paid for it. So i'm like if it's saving me that time and headache sifting through my inbox like it might be worth one hundred dollars but i think can just a casual inbox not related to ability. I don't know if it's worth it. But i would have paid for if it did. Have dot com domain. The other thing. I want to mention that this is really special email. Is that email like any other social media platform. There are no algorithm. If you have someone's email you can send them something to their inbox. Unless spam blocker they will get the thing. And i think that's something that you know social media manager like it didn't hit me as hard till this year of like. That's why you have to drive traffic to an email linked might lose its audience competitors popping up. Who knows instarem. I go except you build the audience on snapchat like unless you have their emails. You know it's very hard to stay in touch with them unless you get them to follow another platforms. It's against very tough so getting someone email becomes so valuable and you're right. If you paid a little bit people would value that that thing. That's why it's so valuable. Give so much away just to get your email. And that's why to joke to. Maybe i saw then are about the keyed su su. They value their email address very much. They some some. Don't think they have enough but almost everyone have an email. Even if you have to sign up for an application often you have to use an email so yes so you have that but Then you could have several email addresses and when have to figure out what you're that separates cetera but as you said the email is mining away and that's why i'm thinking about the this about use lettering in some but that's also a challenge because i subscribed to hundreds of newsletters out to everyone. No and that's why. I got this notification from google g. If i should unsubscribe and But i'm still idea because that's you could control your own newsletter and then you could get in your email but you have to. I mean behavior. Wait wait let's hack it out like let's talk about what your email clock like. Let's say this is only that. I've been thinking about a lot more lately that i saw emily. Maguire email market are really cool eighty. I featured her a little bit on my website. She's a you know market. And she was talking about how the old days of like you know people would send out newsletters in the mail or like newsletter be almost like a newspaper and people put tons tons of content in there which you know made sense and logic when you're going from paper to digital but that's not what's going to work the whole idea of the purpose of an email is to remind people that you're there the same way that i said my linked inner minds people on their your email remind people that you're there too and when you think about how many long long long emails you get with like tons of articles and thanks. That's actually not serving business. If you're trying to remind people that you have something one short email or that one long enough broken into four emails over hondas actually way more valuable because people if you give people one solid tip or insight or something related to your business. That's worth so much more it's light it's easy and it is. Overwhelming is probably the emails you're talking about so that's why i actually just lodge my email marketing. After over a year of prepping. I finally launched it in june and i'd had a bunch of emails. Go out and they're all short and sweet and they all have a very clear call to action guides people concert with me so they can figure out if they want to hire me for a one on one social media session and it's always a social media ship that's related to what i think my audience wants so it's been really cool so far and and that's where i spend the fifty dollars a month on the software that doesn't active campaign. I love them But it's been really useful. I can see who clicks interested in all this nsf. But i know that over time. That reminding people i'm around will be huge for me so i'm doing one every other week because that's what i can manage right now and idea that i'm going to be able to reuse some of those emails to you don't have to just send the same email you know. You don't have to make a new email every time you can repeat something and it's totally okay. There's always an opportunity to reinvent. And that's what i'm gonna do and that's how i'm gonna manage every other week emails. That's what you can't do. You have a good idea. And i haven't done a long way until i came to that idea because i want to have to again. That could use anyway. Let's review. I pay five dollars per using that. It's you could drag and drop. You could put like building blocks using instagram photos. Twitter embed twitter's in things and not having more like personal curated inventory of newsletter. It's of course about ego and about myself. And what. I have dumb but it's also not or so on but he's not too long in use let lots of links and some but it's it's in a personal style and i like review the guys very working with because that's their business. Also they have been thinking about. This curated personal editorial newsletter. It's more i mean. I'm all for these campaigns others but it's lots of how to say same insane. And if i feel that the people want to have me in their so called funnel. I got to be worried. It's a one okay and about the you could do it in a personal way. Also for example i could mention that one. That's very good as that. Is chris brogan. He s a newsletter. And that it's very personal. Also and if you reply to that so i think that's a good thing and that's what i want to with potential clients also because lots of professionals are they don't have a newsletters. They know about newsletter sunday. Subscribe to them but they don't have anything else because they don't know how to do it or what to put in to teach them how to do it yet. So let's that's good so anything else on on on your mind. We talk about the august company for another time but ten about academia along with this whole ten years that i wanted people. I wanted to just give topics that people can debate. That are professional. And that's one that our topic earlier about bartering agreed topics when i when i finally get leeann live whenever happens. I want to host a show where i get. People debate those topics because they're juicy. There's lots of different opinions on it. And i love finding the middle ground and learning from different opinions. So that's why share them with you is itching to do them on another platform so as we will fight like you said i love that you share the email tool. People don't know how to do this stuff. They don't know what to share about. Themselves and i tell people there's there's so much they don't know what people want to know about it. It's what your story is what you care about. I know a lot more now but what you care about is what you can help them with is an answer to question that you are leads are constantly asking you. Is it some sort of incident. They don't know about. That's what i think about. Is that when it comes from you person and not somewhere else. You can drive people to keep getting to know you better. You're sending them to other websites. It isn't it's a nice way to start but ultimately you want to guide them to being interested in what you have to offer and that's the simplicity of an email thing and that engagement in the one on one connection makes a huge difference because we have sixty sixty out of sixty percent open rates because people like me and they trust me and taking advantage of their email. So that's a little bit of that. So that's great. Yeah that's what i like about podcasting and blogging. Also no blogging for a long time. So i saw that. You had to medium account and i pay no premium because i like that idea also but i i. I still have lots of people following number but i and i liked lots of content and comment. But i haven't started yet because your plan matter. But and my medium post barbie about my twitter name lyceum and and now it might tweet. Name is That's the greek school. Athens stockton school in greece. So i handed over my twitter handle lyceum to podcasts. The platform called. Lyceum zachary davis and he reached out to me on. I think it was lincoln and wonder about my Twitter handle and we had an interesting conversation then it came to that i handed it over to them and when we had an agreement on a deal and participating i saw my first post i am but have you because i see what you have media mccown but you have adopted it for some time what what have been your experience with medium partway teach when it comes to teaching my clients social media so they need to experiment with different platforms. They can offer him come out. That was different kind of play with it. Because like you said like you don't have a set plan for it like to do really well on a platform. You have to have some sort of plan. You have to constantly. Do you have to be consistent for me right now. It's just linked in. I post once a month on link did. But i've been consistent last year and a half and that's how people grow you have to keep yourself in their head us if you're missing for a while they forget about you all have to say fresh so lincoln so near you have wasn't something i shot a about. But it was a place to house different blogs that i wanted to share because i really wasn't crazy about my own blog point and i just wanted to put some stuff out But it was a nice man. And i do have two hundred and three followers. I'll take it That's another social media hack when you get a platform early before all your friends. They will get notified. That there's someone that they know. It's on the platform -obably follow you so that was good for me to just have it and then i started uploading different things that i thought interesting like how i got on netflix show. Somebody wanted to take advantage of me for a job and they were kind of sleazy about it. My favorite elephants story. Why chose not to lose weight so anyway the not knowing what to call what he did for a living. I didn't know what. I wanted to call myself for the longest time. I didn't get your social media. Sure by the name told just over a year ago. But i had been doing this business for more than two years and i've been in social media from like what seven years Like officially since i was fourteen years old unofficially life. There's a lot of articles in there. Like i just wanted to put this out. He just didn't know where it was my experiment. They advertise a lot of these things know but they were there something as a kind of a house for what i was putting out i can think about the fact that if i want to media murdo wanted to media so nothing and and it's great i probably also is that to learn about new things alone reading good content It could be both easier and easier venue search find but it could be to harder and harder. So that's why it's interesting to these things pops up and other social media platform or maybe. I should say a search engine but from podcast conference. It was one expert there. And i know i don't remember her name but the could figure it out because i think at tweeted tour and got to dick pinterest and i. I have an account fatter. But i i'm not using it actively now but when after her presentation i go like oh i have to take another. Look because it's so champion off to google after youtube. And i'm assume it's up there and if you have a special interest like i have trump. I liked spicy food to either put cost and you protocols called hot and spicy review. But i won't talk about hot sauces and spicy food if you start to populate this and having content and then you found in that way but then if you have to have time with it and so that's why i have to figure something out and maybe getting some but you have some cooperation will do something find like minded individuals that you can do something together. And but Pinterest my clients all the time. There's so many shiny objects when it comes to marketing and social media that like even now like i'm trying to dig into seo. Like i'm sort of the lincoln expert. I really like love to teach a mindset about how to do this stuff so i'm experimented with it. I joined pinterest early and again. I also have a lot of followers on there. I have one hundred ninety four following right now so that's cool but the search engine super interesting but again it's like. Is this the place you want to be. Is the audience you want to serve. I don't know i have heard from other tick shockers that. If you share a tiktok on pinterest you get boosted up in their algorithm and people see new. Your stuff is super cool joy. i think it's a content platform for everybody. I don't know. I think there's a huge mom population on their I know if you go on to win. There's tell with tribes helps you. A boost booster content among other people who are in your space to get more eyeballs. I don't know exactly how that works but i. I don't think it's the battle that i'm gonna take today but if there's a pass away i can do it. It can't hurt. But it's not where i'm going to strategize but it's something worth playing with to see if it's something that you wanna put your time and energy into and that's the record and joke because that's one and two that i will not i knew about it. I've looked at it but that's tiktok let let's go take it is it. Is the whole story about how they created it. And i'm flora feed china taiwan and i'm i'm for trade but it's some fish should be snus fair disobedience very quickly and they collected data yeah it had been lots of stories about that and that's why they wanted to shut it down. I'm not. I think the market should decide that no politicians but it. It is some science fair but what i see what works on instagram's owned by facebook testing israel's videos and i started to watch this tonight i got this is funny anyway but when i got the same feeling as as i did before i started with instagram. But i had to so-called free. Will i do what i want to do. But i called had to scroll through all my free hundreds now. I'm mormon bet. I think context on instagram. The first thing in the morning and the last thing before. now. I don't do that anymore. But venus sylvia's reels i. I did this refreshing refreshing and said okay another musically do but i don't my type of uc and then. I got got some political things now going on but then i got right cats like and so on but off off after fifty minutes. I wanted what have done. I've done some schooling here. It's interesting i understand. Why instagram his copying tiktok. It's good about. Yeah so that's my take on it all here. Some perspectives on this other. 'tatoes stuff i don't i think there is. I think there is some political situation. I don't know what you're getting in sweden. But like i think there's some political they're trying to make tiktok chiefs on american company can buy it and this whole la all like it. Does they be wanna make it cheaper. If trump puts on some bad news about it like it's probably only going to help. Lower that number. I don't know if he's got any personal investments in making money off of the tiktok deal but definitely very controversial very fascinating. Put me like i love tiktok the community. They have very different. I think facebook sport and they're trying to like steal ideas from everywhere else because they have that. No one else has which is basically every single person on the internet is on there and so they they literally stole everything from jake. Shock including the famous on a lot of the famous reels on there are literally direct from tick which tiktok allows you know what i love about. This is that it helps find stuff that i like like you said you liked t. I love tea and tiktok. Good about figuring that out. I love regular season. I also love bubble tea and tiktok found out that i liked it now. They know that she's going to like it. She's gonna love it They know you know they. Oh it's coexisting ganges and as a middle eastern. You like who the there's no there's a lot of us in chicago. He figured that out about being how connecting with so many people who lived in similar lives to me then live other wealth in the world and they found them and they put them in front of me. And i never would have been able to find them on instagram. Unless you've lets you build up following on your own like very hard to find new people on there and here. This algorithm is pushing new people in front of me that i didn't know i wanted and no. Tv channel has ever done that for me and has found that. Look lightning sound like me. Who interest me. They they haven't done that. And i so much appreciate the culture there that they really put a diverse amount of people in front of the people that need them and that to me and in a life changer. So okay that's that's interesting so you've been good personal experience of it and i- interesting that you're share that because i had bet these gushing with most mind group that have facilitated through fissile and some people in in australia batum been talking on a regular basis in various it was. He talked about that one of the guys fat about tiktok and he gave very good story and a case for it and do at tested it out himself but what is said. It's not for me but it's very interesting story and it was again. That's if you have. Potential clients is. Are there customers there. Because he's very to jump on the bandwagon because he's popular. Yeah and then how long will be. How long will it be interesting and trending or will it be a fat that you never know and i have i have symbolism uci and the copra or out yet so. It's interesting what you see that they they are gave him your suggestions and so on and in a way that's fascinating so i'm left led to want to get someone to watch a youtube video. It's very hard to know what's good. That's inside here. They know that it's going to be less than one minute. So the amount of risk. I have to take before watching. A video is a lot lower. I think with youtube unless you have a teaser. Real at the beginning This show you what's inside which most youtubers don't have that like unless you're like the try guys like who have like you have editors in house to do it. You the highlight reel so you know what like most people. Don't do that. Even with a podcast. It's like they don't know that we talk about emails. We talked about ten years. We talked about bartering in this thing unless you tell what which is what. You're doing the show right. I think that the amount of risk to figure out of content as good as a lot lower on tiktok anywhere else. So i love that and like you said there are eyeballs on there to buy stuff to sell. I bought items. Because i saw them on tiktok. And there's someone said that there's eighty percent of his aren't instagram. I think supposedly percent of businesses are on tiktok. And there's plenty of eyeballs. And you said. Is it going to be a fad hope. Not i've been on tiktok for four years. It was musically for four years away join musically that ended up merging into tiktok five on there. For a long time it's been thriving so we'll see where it goes. I think the world has just woken up to announce the possibility. We'll see what happens. Some keep my fingers crossed. One more tic tac okay. That's good that's good to have you have the test out bite but was not almost like a off. I didn't try and my twitter. I'm gonna download and see. Will we get match. I wanna have it done yet. So do it and yes so but it's great to hear that you have good experience from in fascinating story so i would follow it. Along will not join the catholic along. And if i have somebody that's interest sure as convenient and beyond and and it's about you having to be on i think that's one of the beauties of tiktok is that the content from tiktok could be shared on any other platform so a lot of people will experience tiktok through share on facebook a share on linked to share on twitter. Videos can go anywhere on the web so you might not have to type. It will find you. Yes yes and. that's what i assume. On the reels feature on instagram it will slow symbol. Take out of it. So that's the crazy part of all this so so anything else our listeners out here who who wanna learn more about how to get more out of their marketing in their network. I'm a click away. I can be found on your social media. Sherpa dot com at s. h. a. i. l. y. That's my personal website. So that was a fun domain. I got I'm happy to cheer people on. I wanna see people play with the platform. Even if they decide they hate chocolate. It's okay as long as you've seen a little bit of it play with it. There's always so much more to learn. I didn't learn to be a marketer. From like i didn't. I didn't go to school to be a marketing. Ironically teaching social media class at the university of chicago right now. But i never took class on how to do this. I learned by experience. So i'm glad that yeah exactly. Both of us have done this thing and be wonderful. So i want to cheer people on to experiment with these things even if they don't come into pinterest even if they don't come to bite or whatever it is to play with medium to play with cora whatever it is like i think there's so much to learn their That's what i really wanna shout out if anybody wants to improve their lincoln profile giveaway my favorite linked in profile examples on my website. Your calm To cheer them on so That's a little bit of where. I want to send folks. But i love what you're doing here and i love that you also have a love of social media but also have critical on it too and i think i think we can talk about stuff for days and i'm i'm glad that you bring me on here. A hundred share that. So that's the one and as an indo fees protocols you have to tell a little bit about your own podcast experiment and also your interesting. Public bubble. Tea is delicious. Not everyone makes it perfect. I like when the bubble the chewy and sweet. And i like when the milk tea is blended in sweet or not wanted in sweet. I like it when there's that the sugar water at the bottom with the brown sugar. It's all delicious. So i am always looking for stuff to do one of my social media experimental is i made bubble tea chicago on instagram If i cared and i had the capacity i would go nuts with it because there's no one doing in chicago there's gonna california is a million bubble tea accounts but no one's doing it in chicago. Thought wow i have an opportunity here but the amount of effort takes i just don't have the capacity for but i love it so much. That's something in an experiment. I did on social media. And then i have my podcast. Do what i love love. What i do is that the journey of getting to where i am today like i wanted to document that i think maybe i got fired by gary. Be a little bit of wanting to what my day-to-day gripe was. What are the email one of the meetings i deal with. What are the client had. Also what's life happening So i put like a ton of different topics on there. Lucky for you. You don't have to invest a lot of time to figure out if you want to listen to more every episode only two minutes so if you find it episode title is you're drawn to listen to if i am used you listen to another one. It's very short lead. And it's it's a fun journey to take my audience on. And especially i had told. It's only a handful of friends and a lot of them listened to the whole thing and i said well that's great so i was experiment last year. I think i did it for like three months. Four months and people loved it. So we'll see what happens next. We have to talk about that. Because i like the idea how to documented. Because that's what often. But i talk about that inspired by gathering the shock to potential Soda preneurs also too big organization. But what what could you documenting in a interesting professional fund way and play around with it than do it. Just do it as an i say so so. That's great and i have to ask when when you talk about bubble tea and food. We talked about this. A chef fever. Where where could i get the in chicago. I do different things about where you can. Oh maybe not maybe wanna go to like one of ood manny's deli. I think that's a famous one. I don't know i haven't been there. I'm not really ordered that very often. But i imagine they would have it many he corker here great because i i like big poster actually a gift card. I haven't used it yet. I got for my birthday last year. So maybe i have to go there soon. Get some food. But i i wish i knew more. Like i have my friend Sidney shapiro you'll love pastrami and he will live for some for the guy that The knows all that stuff. So because i really really want to know what is real The meat and how your prepare it. Even if i wouldn't do it myself but it it's interesting because i had great expand very in america when i tested veterans in the bedroom like a deadly simple york with history. That's also like store and tradition. Because we could probably have talked about that today by the office very european jewish thing and like our. You have moroccan. Jewish persian jew. Because that is very lot were here. That's there's a lot of the tick charged more flavor more fine but yeah but that's like a european jewish growing up a lot of my peers were from european jewish background. And so like you know. Of course everybody's each day goals but That's something that's like you know. I grew up with but it wasn't like it wasn't my heritage. Acquired it but a neat like being america in august so it is nowhere to be jewish Humor what did you say about being lake. And there's a lot of jews that love and despite coacher. I love shrimp. I love some lobster crawfish all you jewish as whole and everything. I love seafood. But i will not eat bacon. That is my foot down. My mom stared me enough to be like no bacon but jewish. Sure everything so. Many jews judaism by by humor rather than religion. I don't think most jews in america are religious by any needs. I think they care heritage and their culture joke all the time. That like dude do invented atheism for all. I know you can be a jewish. They'll be jewish because religion is not like you know link required jewish. There's a lot of humorous. That's good to note will spread the good word about that. Because i'm ages. But i called myself at them believe in recent and i recently started a podcast fellow Blair would and that is called the secular foxhole talk about these issues topics so Separation between church and state. We can go to a podcast. You have now to amend calf medium. i can see yet. I do i do. I enjoy it very much and i think everyone has podcast inside themselves. S a book read. You know every written a book about t that's one. I have to on my favorite tease. What are your favorite teaser. Their minds. I love that. I told raymond depending on the situation right. Now i'm drinking lapsing sean. From china it's a smoke black t. Almost smells like tar. But the it's yet it has like you could say we ski or cigar smoke or something like that. See it's it's it's leaves that you have on a car cold tire. So it's very smokey right so that's one kind of team. Yeah so you have t- fro every situation including especially on a saturday like during the day or sunday during the day. I'm i am so this is the sad reality. I love my favorite. T of all time is i am love earl. Grey earl grey junkie. Since i cousin gave me this really cool t bag of grain house like this is so good now. I'm caffeine sensitive. So i can't have it like path like ten or eleven in the morning. Santa bubble tea sometimes. So that's usually go to. I only started drinking again lately in the mornings By doing that. I like some herbals. Some sweet tea's and i love sweet. Tea i can make a good But i have a half roll gray. Just take t take your tacky or a bag of sugar a month. The thing and you're going to go and puts them and then you gotta watch your blood sugar and then you'll be rich. I make some tea. And i play. You know what i do now. I'll take and i'll put milk in. It is like really delicious. And it's like a good alternative to like coffee creamer though it gives it a nice like nutty like very like thick delicious texture. So that's something to do. So i love you also love t so my Actually this is something cool to look up on the internet. Potentially there is a try guys. I love the try guys. Great youtube account Zach one of the four guys made his own company and he document just like you said he documented him starting the company and it was really cool journey and he made this teed. Help solve a problem. Which was a he has a medical condition like causes him like chronic pain and he made a tea that helps with inflammation and he crafted himself. He shows the entire process of building the a branding the marketing the website and everything and it was one of the most wonderful youtube series of ever seen so. Yeah most interested in you. Tell me more about look. look into. So it's it's been great to talk to you and you have to event sinai ever you want. This is my favorite social media. Quote apply to anybody in business or in life or beyond. I wish i had written it. But i did it. Social media related. Social media is about the people not about your business provide for the people and the people will provide for you. That's my favorite social media quotes. So that is a epicenter of everything so you gift for people on the people won't come back and treat your people while you're every email you build those relationships and they will come back for you. They'll do they'll they'll come back and do nice things for you so that's my hope. Thank you very much. Talk to you soon again. Here's yet cheers.

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Love That Album Ep. 140: Genesis 'Duke'

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Love That Album Ep. 140: Genesis 'Duke'

"The welcome to episode one hundred and forty of the love. That album podcast. My name is mars percents so glad you could join us and if you've been listening to this show long enough you know that i love welcoming new people to the love that album family. I love getting people to come on for the first time. So this is a man who i've been listening to feed years but we only just recently discovered that we loved some of the same music and i said well would you like to come on. And he said fuck ya. I think he just didn't like that. So i'd like you to give a warm welcome a random applause to the man who knows more about dyan. Cannon aimed sandra bullock than nearly anyone. I know his revolved around orange. Wedges and coffee titles for a number of years and there's a rumor going around that he may have lost three episode of gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast. But he denies that vociferously. I think i may have to actually create a back story and just own up to it. I mean the fact is. I wasn't there but it's become such a great thing. I think i think i have to own it and then make it more interesting somehow. Irrelevant sir i welcome to the podcast. Mr frankford orosa. Welcome to the show. Frank hello it's so great to be on a show where somebody's last name is more complicated than my own. I think inskeep the smith of pollen. That's interesting i think. Vertebra says the verdict of vertebra. I just say v now. Because i'm so tired of spelling it anyway and let's just talk about music. Welcome to the show frank. Great to be here. You'll hear extensively to talk about the album. That sits right on the cusp of what genesis did and what genesis were a bat to do the one thousand nine hundred album duke and before we get into talking about how we discovered that we both love this album. Let's talk about you for a few minutes now. People who listen to this show who happened to be fans of gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast and. It's true yes he have not been with the show for a year. Most of the pity but give us a little bit of a background about what you've been doing since 'cause i had plans you guy to be releasing sung what's been the frankfurter isis story for the last twelve months. We'll eight of those months almost going nine. It's been mostly sitting in my basement studio working all day and all night but yeah unsung is still plan. I should have come out a year ago. Actually between you and me there was some kind of a podcast competition thing and just figured. Let me throw my hat in the ring so if you go to. Tunes unsung is up. It's live you're hearing here. I but there is a really shitty sped. Up to minute teaser. To try to come across the first episode the first guest. I recorded to kind of put it out there. mostly me talking about what the show is. That's all. I've had time to get out the door. And i've been banking episodes so my plan is to release ten or twelve episodes as a season weekly. And then take some time off and get the next batch. Because i'm a full-time her. I've been working on tv. Commercials radio commercials. I do casting been mixing. Short films engineering. Several other podcasts. That also aren't out yet. Are still in production. Actually one of them's already running. It's called let's play if you're into gaming look for the let's play. Podcast all kinds of superstars from that world. They've been mixing that so. I've been very busy. But it's all at the expense of my own time to do my own show. And since lockdown started here new york i realized very quickly that tip for engaging actors stuck at home they need to be set up so i've been doing webinars and classes night after night for months. Many months at this point and individual coaching to get people up to snuff to have the right microphone to treat their space acoustically to sound broadcast ready from home so we can all work together. So i'm doing sessions now from home all day where i'll give you an example of this morning and doing a new cartoon series. The actor was in his home studio in new york. The producer is in argentina. The writer of the episode is in mexico city. The director is in california. And i'm at my home in new jersey. So they're all on skype the actors on source connect and we're getting the job done there able to see the video over zoom as a screen share recording takes over source connect which is a great broadcast technology. That goes computer to computer. And we've all found ways to get the jobs done. I've been doing shows for disney nickelodeon cartoon network discovery kids plus commercials unit. I've been busy. That's absolutely fantastic. I mean just sort of thinking about how technology has enable this to happen. Whatever else we can at twenty twenty or anything from the last ten years. The fact that you can do this it would have been impossible even a decade ago. I imagine what considerably more difficult at any right. I don't know how they got their tv commercials. Done in one thousand nine hundred eighteen in that pandemic that must have been impossible to make them at that point. You know the other thing. I will say about the lockdown to an doing all these webinars they invariably start out as in a webinar and up with three or four of us drinking 'til two in the morning and talking zoom and i've met so many more people you included right. I'm talking to you in australia. I didn't think i really knew you before lockdown but since we were all on social media so much more but the relationships i formed with some of these actors and some of these people that have gotten to know really well and i've never met in real life at this point it's fascinating and i can't wait till this is all done morale cured and we can get out in the world and every never have to speak to each other again then. I can just go back to watching tv and eating chips. It's been really upshot. And i've said it too many people like you know this pandemic led me to this. New friendship with you and that to me is invaluable. When like if there's any positive to come out of this sits just the straight socializing with people. Globally that not would have not had the chance to otherwise has been a bunch of ventures. Which i've seen at that base deflowers that have grown up out of here so i know that there's been choirs that have been recording. People recording the individual parts and in an engineer is somewhere pacing them all together and it sounds absolutely magnificent. There was a composer that did that. A a good fifteen years ago. And i can't remember named we should know this. Brilliant like he gave everybody a conducted track to watch and they all recorded their part and submitted an insane thing. He edited together. Everybody sees little pixels in the distance that come and go and zoom in and it sounds beautiful this this year. i think it's become a rather coleman. Yeah now everyone's doing it. Yeah richard which is great so for the pandemic right your hair to talk with me about the album duke genesis tenth album. So we're going to before we get to that is we're going to take a quick break. Joann we'll give you the contact details and then we'll get the show on the road. You're listening to love it album. Episode one hundred forty with morris over here frank over there. I got a dusty old pile of vinyl records sitting. No my floor. We hope you're enjoying the shy. You can find previous episodes as love that album podcast daughter plug spot dot com. We can gives us along with any of the other great music. Discussion shows at rock and roll. Archaeology dot com. All part of the pantheon podcast network to keep up to date. Subscribe to the show via apple podcasts. Cia spotify or your podcast app of choice. You can email mars with fayed. Becca album suggestions at our kitchen at yahoo dot com dot a u joining the facebook group at facebook dot com slash groups slash. Love that album and start a music. Related discussion palo to haute is gone. But it's not. We're back borisova here in melbourne frank over there in new jersey. Or shall i say new jersey choisy joycy of always wanted to get my terrible. James gandolfini impression on podcast. Never mind welcome back to love it. Album part of the pantene podcast network. My huge gratitude to them for allowing me to play in their sandbox. And we're here to talk about the album duke from genesis. And if you've been listening to this show long enough you know that we never get straight into it. There's a whole lot of peripherals. I thinking changing the name of this podcast to the peripheral music. Show because we speak about a whole lotta shit surrounding the album before we actually get to the main topic but heavily. All interesting frank. A guess what would be a fair question. Normally i might have asked you wendy. Become a genesis fame. But i'm going to ask you a different question. Which may well lead to this anyway is. When did you become a fan of prog rock before we get to the debate about whether this album is prog rock at all right right. Yeah because when people talk about prog bands that i'm not super familiar with. I listened to it and go. That's not what i think of progress. I think i'm probably more of an art rock fan. I right so. I think my earliest listening. I'm gonna tell you a little fun back story here. My brother tony my older brother. Tony ritter susan. Incredible drummer gogel him. This amazing youtube clips. You can watch of him doing what he does with electronic drums and all the stuff you sign with his career. It's fantastic so his musical tastes influenced mine except for. There was a period of time when he was in high school. His friends felt that his musical taste wasn't very good. So they made a series of tapes. Was a guy named seth shapiro. Who's out now. he's in texas. He was a california's very big on entertainment. He made a tape called the willman of tony. Overdoses musical tastes and on that mix tape was genesis. Sean luc ponty. Yes all this great stuff. So i as an aspiring young drummer would sneak into my brother's room and bang on the drums with the headphones. On listening in shamming along with all the stuff that was on those tapes and that sort of got me into it then when i was in eighth grade my brother got me a ticket to see genesis at nassau coliseum. On long island he was in support of the the aba cab tour which was already sort of appreciating. This was my first big concert kid going with my big brother little that i know then like that was the night i was going to change my life. That was between the very lights. And the songs and the music. I was hooked at bene- fan ever since like religiously. It's the warm blanket that comforts me. What i need to hear something and chill out is still the old genesis albums little that. I know that they were recording it. Which is now. The bulk of three sides live and the genesis in america video concert video. So i've got my first concert archived. I can revisit and it still. It puts me right back there. Whenever i hear the opening chords of behind the lines kick in tim. That's my morning coffee. That will always put me in a good mood. So that was that was sold and then it just went on from there to use that connection to fill tiny and mike to say. Hey come on my podcast on. There was talk for a minute. One gilbert show of getting phil collins as a guest. Gilbert had done some concert opener video with him and vanessa. Williams did something for phil collins a long long time ago and there was talk of getting them on and it didn't happen 'cause i guess he was around and that got me really excited. Now that i'm not involved in. He'll probably come on the closest. I've come to meeting anybody. Is i was doing a session. One day with sky from south africa. Good actor whose name is escaping at the moment and we were chatting and he noticed all my genesis box set. Dvd's sitting on the shelf at the studio he said. Oh you genesis. Fan he goes. We're actually good friends with mike. Rutherford my wife and his wife and close and we hang out all the time. And i'm like and i was like i am such genesis. Free can god. I hope to them as well. Maybe when they get back. Maybe i'll have them record a little something for you and it never happened can still write him that letter and i remember that time. Fifteen years ago. I worked with a guy that knows a guy. That's friends with your wife. Can you just say. I always hoped that in some capacity i would meet them and do something. It's just never going to happen. Say all you need is a miracle by throwing it all away Boom i'd say what you did the my intro to prague. Maybe this is more art. Rock as you describe. And i'm not really sure what make the distinction beckoned. Nine hundred seventy five seventy six just as always starting to listen to rock music. Because i've been a classical music. Eight up until i was tamed. Rick wakeman was touring australia. He played in melbourne at the my music bowl journey to the center of the earth. And back at that time. That was a big deal so they televised that and being the fan of the book i decided to watch this with my sister and see what this is all about and i was just hooked this guy with the long hair multiple keyboards and david hemmings. Reading from the book and the orchestra capes capes ice. The the big shoes and elton john prague. He was he was. And i don't know if you've actually same anything on his youtube channel grayson you to follow him up. Requirement is a funny bastard when yes. We're inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. They're all giving thanks to god and thanks today wives. Rick wakeman is what. Who's cracking all the jokes. Like puff the guys. That i work with my father who played a massive party of my micro musical career. My family were all in the business. We generally were very very poor. My father was an elvis impersonator and there wasn't much cool for that in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and back in the day. I've followed up with a few albums so there was an album called white rock which is about the winter olympics. Not racist diatribe album. Called rick wakeman's criminal record where every tune was something to do with crime and his biggest album which was probably his debut solo album. Saad yes was six wives of henry yet. And i just fell in love with them. All the rock music anew is everything was in four four time and that was great but all of a sudden those listening to a guy who was doing these changing time signatures a multiple melodies going on in the one case which was very classical sort of thing to do and being growing up listening to classical music just really fell in love with that. So where do i guy to next. I got myself a copy of yes songs. Second deserves the vote and dame the next thing was in the court of the crimson king somewhere along the line no rod i think about abedin anthology which tracks were from in the court of the crimson king duke with spy introduction to genesis appropriate. I discovered that album. Just a bit. Before face value phil collins decided. He read to his son on thing. And we'll get to it eventually. There was a connection between duke and face value the medically to how someone would say an unfortunate. Guess there is. There's a local record shop that sadly no longer with us co allen's that was in the center of town here in melvin and every six months they'd be doing like a fire amid put records and things which i think maybe factory stock they couldn't sell anymore with the hole punched into them and i fans a copy of the cossack duke. I think i bought it. Not because i knew anything about genesis at the time but just because a lot. The artwork on the front cover for three dollars. Why not and played the shit out of this type tied over and over and over again and we'll get more into the actual music. But i was hypnotized by that and then i went and found a win back. One album went back to then they were straight. Then i went and bought. The lamb lies down on broadway and then over the years. I sort of didn't get everything. But i've found is getting more and more into the oldest stuff but of course. The first came out after duke was advocate which was about the time that i was starting to take an interest in to them and this is nothing like what i expected from them. Hang this is really really different. So i guess my question to you is way. Do you stand. I guess i can guess where you stand. I guess because you've already mentioned that. I was the advocate to. Yeah but i think we have similar trajectories. I think it's like that's what got me into it. And i think if i really think back i remember listening to. Yes on cassette Maybe some jetro told the the classic stealing the elder brothers records to hear all the stuff and the who exactly prague. But that was all stuff i would grab that a quick one while he's a white and the under chore on tommy at least pro progress if you true. Yeah yeah look. It's great stuff. But i did the same thing i kind of. What's like into duke and abba cabot. Because at the time advocate was on the radio. I would run to the radio whenever it was on right. That's the world we were in or if it came on mtv. I'd be like you know that band but then friends in highschool older friends like well. You know they've been around a long time. Go get this. So i get my allowance every week for my chores and i would take my allowance and ride my bike right to the record store and flip through the cassettes because i have anything but a cassette player. I just kept going back to the member buying like trespass on cassette and listening to that going. Oh this is weird but grow on me and then you know suppers ready then. I think i wore right through seconds out and member. I started buying the vinyl. When it got a turntable and then got the lamb for christmas as a gift one year and just immediately back in the days of getting up at five in the morning as a kid to see what santa bought i grab the lab and went right back to my room with my headphones and started listening to over and over and over. I still love. its dilemma. If you to any of the online music forums. And i think this surprises frank but some people on the internet like to argue over trivial points. I don't know if that's news to your not know that. I've discovered that the good news is the internet is just a fad. It's not gonna last. It'll be gone before you know it. I'm glad to hear that then. I can go back to watching television. So the point on a lot of music forms and this is why we can't have nice things because people are always slapping each other. Dan of you know what you're talking about even like at the top of the show that this was maybe the crest of that mountain where you look down one side. It's paraguan you look down the other side and it's pule popped not. It seems to me that there was always something of h on the side of that korea. So if you go back. I think maybe like a nursery crime for absent friends or more selling by the pound even squawk from attributed tile to may pup zones from a bank if you go through the other side of genesis. Corre- him by the state. Is somebody approach sung. That's nuts i. Of course i did go in a pop by invisible touch would never have been written even indie puffs. Gabriel pretrial era. But it seems like over the years and you can probably attest to this year when you went to see the on. The tool that ended up being three sides live was still doing. Gabriel era music to to not. I think even like into the nineties there was still doing. I know what i like. Here's what i didn't know until much later. Having seen that tour which became three sides live during that same tour in fact two nights. After i saw them they played another venue. A little smaller venue In queens new york and they played suppers ready and all the classic stuff. It was like a separate concert where they at. I didn't know enough about them to know that i was missing anything. I think i found a recording of it somewhere. Dan recording but like they played everything all the gold. All the beautiful gabriel stuff stuff. I'd never heard live before. I wish i could get a time machine and go back and catch that but thanks to youtube and thanks to a band. I think you and i may have talked about this. The musical box disband. If i'm getting my facts right they actually own staging lighting. Fill laser one and some of the costumes from their licensed by genesis there from montreal. What's the classic is the video of what they do. Watch the skies. All very old that keeps being restored and remastered on youtube from like seventy two. Anyway they do that and its entirety including the banter on stage and the tuning. Like it's almost like a scripted show and they've got all the original slides for the screens behind them that genesis had and the lighting. And it's the closest you're gonna come to going to time machine to nineteen seventy two and seeing gabriel them. In fact i think gabriel was quoted as saying. He took his daughter to see them to say. This is what i used to do. It's so spot on. Did she speak to him again. Well she's touring with him all the time so during speaking terms. Yeah she didn't say oh daddy. I can't believe he dressed up as a flower daddy. Though it's like he said well to amuse your your young heart. What if i loved all that stuff of chris. My parents thought i was insane. Because i'd be cranking the knife on my turntable in my little speakers in my suburban bedroom and like this screaming and pandemonium breaking out in the middle of asylum prints. Like what in god's name are you listening to. I want your opinion on you as a sound engineer to my is. It's not necessarily just always about the sand of those nineties. Pop records particularly care for some of the songs but up to duke. Said this is a very subjective term. Those record send womb to me. I think that abba cab or the wind self titled invisible touch any of that sort of stuff which i haven't listened to in years they set. I said cold and harsh which may have been affected of the one thousand nine hundred eighty s but as much as the music. More appeals to me from one thousand nine hundred and before as much to do with the engineering. Which is. I'm sure it was a very deliberate choice. I mean maybe it's because david hentschel produce. Once he went off that was it. Yeah i think there's so many factors it's the studios it's the gear. You know. Maybe some of those early board mixing consoles the us might have been a warmer richer thing and then as we got into the eighty s high mixed a lot of albums on the console solid state logic there still a big purveyor of audio goods but i sat behind those big boards and back then cement other engineers that were nieve enthusiasts. Would be like oh. Ssl stands for sure. Sounds lousy. nothing to me the time. 'cause i i still maintain that you can tweak things enough and get whatever sound you want but i do think. The technology change the con- the equipment changed and the overall shimmer of a product changed. I'll give you this analogy. If i listened to an mp three of a steely dan song. It's still sounds richer and warmer than an mp three the same bit rate and resolution s something modern produced. but there's more depth. There's panning you can sit at your speakers and position yourself and see the music in front of you and away it. Just don't get as much these days. I know this of the the endless argument digital versus analog. I think it talks to the process. It's the tape. That was used the speed. It was recorded at the console. It was on the outboard equipment in adults analog glory that it was is used to kind of enhance it all of synthesizers themselves as things got more and more digital and and things changed you know. There's there's still a sound you're not gonna get except for from the original. You can emulate it very close but it's not all going to be quite the same. So you lose that depth you lose that fidelity and then of course the cd era kind of squashed what you're used to hearing on vinyl and the levels changed i use an analogy recently. It's like food and america. Junk food is so popular. That's why we're all the way we are but even if you were to go back to nineteen whatever. Year doritos came out. If you aid to read them. It would probably taste bland to you now because these companies they need to keep you engaged to your taste. Buds get desensitized so they keep adding salt and flavor and salt and flavor until it doesn't compare to the original overtime and i think that happens with music. It happens in classical right. Four forty is no longer what orchestras tune to that number goes up a little sharper a little brighter over time. You know depending on the piece. I suppose so. I think the same happened with technology. And you and i spoke about this a little earlier. That's why i kind of i don't love of the remastered genesis stuff because it's so much more compressed and harsh done in the digital age compared to the simplicity of back then right i mean look. I'll be comparing apples with apples as it was so it seemed to me that the recording back in the day. So like if. I was hearing advocate and i bought at a cab when that came out and i didn't cape it didn't appeal to me terribly much by listening to advocate and listening to duke. Because this is what we're talking about. Oh that sounds a bit. Passion is gonna be a product of his time. I mean yes. You mentioned the technology. That's going to be a factor into it. This is i. Guess what i was starting to get it before when i was saying people sort of. What's the era but it would have been maybe disingenuous for the band that recorded abba cab ten years after the fact that they recorded trespass or serie crime. They not doing that in. Nineteen eighty nine. Ninety two to be they. Couldn't it would be well. Yeah more of the same. I mean maybe there are some people who sort think yet. I'll be happy with cities of variations on those early seventies albums but sure i understand them as musicians to keep engaged right. We've lost out singer and flattest with lust out at driving guitarist. So what the three of us going to replace them now. We do out thing. But if we're gonna do we're going to change it up a little bit and and then there were three and duke with two great albums of them finding day white today but that would mean that they sand would have to be changed. So i don't dispute the fact. They wanted to do what they want us to do this. It doesn't appeal to me. But that doesn't mean i'm saying jack shit time capsules for the ban. There's any genesis mike and listen to some. I'm going to lean more towards than others. The moment the lamb doesn't appeal to me the way that it did although i was just grooving the other night to watching the band giraffe anyone listening to this now. If you don't know giraffe. Google it find out but kevin gilbert was their singer and a songwriter. Dino kevin gilbert think hopefully there some listeners going. Oh my god yes so. Kevin gilbert was in a band. That i i heard him uncle toy matinee. Talk about brilliant production analog. It was him and bill. Betrayal was basically toy matinee and we tracked it of course as a budding engineer at that point i had just finished audio school and i was coming to work in new york. City is an audio guy. And what i'd read about the production of that album is they would take the mics at the drum set level into these beautiful meave. Pre-empts straight to the tape deck and then to the console so it's like the purest chain of recording and it shows that sizzle album sizzles like the fidelity of great steely dan album and musically. So as well they actually had done at some point the lamb in its entirety staged with kevin singing and the band and it was really in credited with it. Prod faster some big thing years ago and you can find bootlegs online. And if you haven't as a listener and fan of music get yourself a copy of the taming of the shrew by kevin. Gilbert is a lamb. Lies down on broadway level masterpiece. Macrobiotic not confrontational free range. Food safe. Also and they finished it for him of course died tragically but his bandmates quit altogether from what they had and finished it at. Actually the person who introduced it to me is john. Murray who met through gilbert shell kevin gilbert fan. I didn't know these albums were being released after his death. Oh yeah he dumped them on me. And i said oh dear god some taming the shrew kevin gilbert also. Look up the lamp formats with him. It's thrilling stuff. More hooks than a tackle box is really loud guitars. Plastic happen the secret. Angry of the network stars is the answer a question that was posed by of my listeners. In the love that album. Facebook group david. Kelly witten asked the question. Because i always like to integrate. Hey the next show. We're going to be doing blah blah blah. When i said that right franken is going to be talking about duke by genesis and he went and said why i ask this one question. Why when you have albums is fine as fox trot on surrey crime or lamb lies down on broadway and get to. My thoughts are in a moment. But i just wanted to say that when a city or the beginning of the high would you like to join me on a show and you. Maybe you mentioned something about genesis and i said well. Why don't we do duke. And you said i fucking love duke. Good enough a mesa. If i'd gone and said you let's do foxtrot. would you have said well. You can stay well at the moment so much of duke resonates i. I want to correct myself. In case i said taming of the shrew for the kevin neal it's shaming of the true. I hope i didn't backwards. So look for shaming of the true. 'cause it's late at i'm flaky The energy of duke right. I think duke's travels. And i'm sure we'll get to all this holds up to anything they ever did and duke. Send those two pieces. I think they're wonderful to me behind the lines as a cup of coffee. That will get my energy up listening to that. I think that the eight hundred eight drum break between behind the lines and duchess going into that That that to me is like being on a cloud like that album has so much great stuff. Yeah i know it's a little bit more pop rock feeling than the stuff you're used to. It's a it's the beginning of a new era of genesis. But god damn there's great stuff on it. I mean so much guide vocal. That's a beautiful to sure it could borderline pop tune. Turn it on again. It was very big on the radio. Here in the states misunderstanding. Maybe we've heard it you many times but so for me. There might be a visceral. I was in the audience. When i saw most of that and heard it for the first time and it changed my world so that for me with duke but to this day you know now bordering on becoming an old man and i still listen to stuff from duke either whether be at live or from the album itself all the time. I just love the album. But yeah i could have probably picked any album but do i even mentioned i did duke sand in my college cover band. I played keyboards on it and extremely it is one of the worst keyboard performances. You'll ever hear thankfully a bad. You can't really hear it. It was a bar mix from a cassette recorder. Probably but even then i loved it and that's nine hundred eighty nine Here we are in twenty twenty. And i'm still listening to it. All the time have pointed out in the love that facebook page should be thankful was never gonna bring up calling all stations for this show. I think that's a really good. Tony banks album calling. All stations is one of my favorite mike and the mechanics records. It's really well crafted. Mike and the mechanics. Tony banks record yet. Good on them. Never on this program. No no no. No vitriol. As i said to david i really do love you. Can this no suppers radio on this album. And there's nothing with what. I call the orwellian comedy of get run out by friday. Nothing with that comedic bent and i think some of that stuff could actually be quite funny this album. Unlike those early albums we're not dealing with anything fantastic. Maybe on and then they were three. The lady lies might be the last song which lyrically goes to anything remotely yet to see related but even that song you can understand what the hell's going on i love the lamb lies down on broadway love. I haven't got a fucking clue. What is it that. I know that there are probably people on the internet. This a surprise you again have written theories what it's about but i've through the notes on the double recode and it makes no sense to me on a simple guy this album. I think there are people who've gone and say this is a concept record. Really look at the artwork and you think there is a concept album going on here and say yes. It is but not what you think it is. Yeah we'll come a little bit more to that. What else to say talking about some of the old stuff specially like some of the stuff from and then there were three was heartbreaking to get older and read work earn interviews with phil collins. Swear talk about really not liking any of that stuff like having to sing singing about bread ins and assault eight and you realize what would find actor that he was able to do all that even though his heart was never super in it and think it was probably around the time that he went off the deep end and kind of disappeared in came back a much older unhealthier man but it's so crushing to hear those interviews being such a fan and how he will say like very cavalier like i was never really that into that stuff. That was all tony banks. And i'm just the singer making it fun. And then you couple that with the footage of the last tour. They did the rehearsals where he couldn't hit the notes he couldn't play the drums. And it's so like a saint some footage on youtube way like he's trying to play the drum pattern. Frogs travels and rises sticks away in frustration. Yeah working on. That's all if you get the win in rome. Dvd it's all the outtake footage. It's all there and it hurts to watch. And then people like archer gonna see feel collins on his new towards really good i. I can't because i've seen him in his prime and growing up as a drummer for a fan of drummer and getting into music because of it to go see him. Sit on a stool. I don't care how well produced the show is can't do it to watch your idol. Fold up and disappear. I mean he'll look. I'm glad he's still doing it. But it's too painful to watch for me when we go to watch a symphony orchestra way. Not saying that compose a day. We're seeing an orchestra interpret this work that might be comparatively racing your copay couple of hundred years old so sometimes when you're watching a band with a member who may not be able to achieve what they used to is still getting to say the composer of that at work and a few years ago. I went to see brian wilson and he had this big beautiful band and he was sitting behind a cable. Would that wasn't like dame and he was singing where he could and somebody said well. That's a little bit sad. But i took the other attitude thinking you know what i'm watching a great composer. He's on stage like he's conducting his orchestra with his orchestra and to me was the privilege so i mean yes. I see what you're saying about phil not being able to rumble sing like in glory days. But you're getting to see essentially the composer. And i like even for that two thousand seven tour which from what i've read. It seemed like they simplify things. But essentially he was able to play but when he did the on dead yet tour of a couple of years back was just sitting down on a stage and his son was playing drums for. It's hard to watch but people have seen it said no. It's really great fec. You're talking about with an orchestra. And i'm trying to find this thing. Hope you may have seen it. And i'm gonna say wrong because it's it's a european thing that i'll probably butcher and i don't know the back story here it was suppers ready performed with an orchestra and a singer. I don't know todd was brought to like what's todd mobile or todd mobile. It was like the netherlands. Somebody out there listening is going you idiot. How do you so much. So i did a night probably a couple of months ago where i was doing facebook watch parties and acute up like two different three different versions of suppers ready and just did a livestream a lot of people. I never knew were into prague. Where like pop into that might have. You might have been one of them. Suffers ready anytime i hear. It performed steve hackett with band genesis from suppers ready. It always just transcendent. But when seeing with orchestra and a choir with steve hackett on guitar and the rest of musicians where the singer whose name. I just don't know kinda looks like rick wakeman. If if he was a singer. God it's good. It's just lici up and break so at an orchestrated. Anything i'm there. You know what i'm just going to be. The contentious blasted here for a second few years ago. There was a recording put together an orchestral version of quadrophenia. Which remember that. Really one of my. The original is one of my all time. Favorite est albums will love it forever. And love rhino. Va is today. One of rock. Music's greatest moments. I haven't heard the hall of this orchestral version of quadrophenia. But i did search out love rhino eight which was rigged the orchestra and an opera singer and it was wrong. It was just take away. The opera singer and put roger daltry day. It still doesn't work because there's something about the dynamic is the on this song it's supposed to make you happy and eddie at chest and this is just so once i gentle but it was music. Yeah it really was music. That's perfect description. And i thought that was sacrilege for a song like that. I mean sometimes. We combine the rock band and the orchestra. If you think of an album deep purple can shed over gripen orchestra that to me super wicks that there have been a lot of bands which feel that. They have to gain some credibility by doing something with an orchestra. Look if i won't say that state business. But i think i have to but certainly this quadrophenia with an orchestra and an orchestra. Only at least what i've heard. I like the blend of the two and even on a smaller scale. One of my favorite bands is a band called meridian. Which i know you haven't really got hit two yet. But after their last big tour for their album fear which pretty great they released a thing live from royal albert hall like a really big long blu. Ray concert called all one. Tonight is the name of the show and they brought on a a small orchestra supplemented by marquel arsenal of keyboards. And it's just a brilliant. Production is a moment where everybody in the crowd had been given a little light that they can hold up on q. At this big moment genesis songs. Have these i call them the jump off a cliff moments. Where like it's building. It's building like cinema show. Has that moment where it's like. Did a little little little and feel like you've just jumped off a cliff and you're flying it's just moments. They have that in a song called go and on cue the whole audience halls up their lights and they go to this long shot of royal albert hall. Just like you're an outer space with the lights everywhere in this in in the band just brakes the most satisfying smile. Because you know everyone there felt that moment and with the orchestra behind them in mom. It's just those the moments to live for. I get that sometimes it can add some exhilaration to an existing cut. I'm not saying that it's wrong for each other. But i don't think it's always going to be when you take an old album and review it with an orchestra and throw an opera singer in the mix just to do something. That's a recipe for sadness. I think she doesn't work to me. We've been speaking for a while. We should probably get into talking about the album itself before we sorta go specifically for the album. Just i guess a little bit the history. So i sent you a link and the last few weeks some genesis fourteen that had found. They recorded a concert several months before they released the album. Ain't a read something about this. Where the original idea behind duke was going to be a concept cold. The story of alvin and half the songs that we get on linked to get. There's a long story. I'm not gonna go into how to ride the other songs. Phil had some songs into the other side. Some iran songs invade collaborated. Now there's the original intention was a bunch of guys to lincoln. I decided that they didn't want to do that for the because it already had a couple of twenty minute out there and i didn't want to get i think. One comparisons to older epic works. They didn't want somebody saying. Oh they're trying to redo the or suppers ready or any of that stuff. They split up those songs for the for the first few months before they recorded and released the album performing these songs as sweet. That sounds with behind the lines. Duchess guide vocal. Turn it on again. Which started out as a bit of a little filling until i realized that we actually have a whole song. And then duke's travels and so people at dash should probably got look this up for the first few minutes she sort of think hang on is phil serious about this is just wasting your time tells the story. That albus is a guy. Who's a bit of a loner. He's a bit of a loser. He tells the story about albert being rejected by the duchess and then he wakes up in hospital. Die after trying to fuck tei. She has to get back into hospital because he's had a walking stick removed from his backside. And this is not the phil. Collins who writes songs for walt disney films. Apparently this i'll tell you what. If you could have gotten phil collins on gilbert gottfried amazing colossal podcast go but would have said something like you originally wrote this song about a guy fucking at tv. That would've been absolutely amazing. Get interest if you do but there was one other thing that i read that i thought was absolutely fascinating. I'm so i'm going back a little bit. He didn't just talking about the whole idea back concepts and stories while it was sort of rereading recently the double album liner notes for the lamb lies down on by like this is just very surreal and i thought who's the king of surreal visuals. It was at a handwriting. Rask made these phones like l. Topa the early seventies. And i thought wow i wonder whether pay the guy was a fan of elephant generosity and just the shit that comes into my head and i look it up. Not only was gabriel. A fan of judo but he'd actually contacted him with the possibility of joe dot making a movie on the lamb. Lies down on broadway and i thought holy shit. I'm not the only one who has this crap in his head. This was actually really a thing. It never came out but at least. I'm glad that it never became a thing with ken. Russell behind a director's chair in magna apologies to the ken. Russell fans there. Because tommy's ship movie whenever you can have that actress straddling pillow covered and beans with her scantily clad. Self i mean like it's not all bad beat for me but i guess anything with an margaret is going to be watching a little bit but story was not and some of the worst green screen action. I have ever seen in a movie in my life but the point. I wanted to make his when i look at the cover artwork becca the time and oldies connections with this little character alba that possibly linked to the theory that maybe this is a concept album or a concept album. Relevant sergeant pepper's lonely ads club bandies having said that and i'll come to the shortly. I do see a different concept necessarily fantastical concept like help. It's going through the woods. All that sorta stopped by a modern day concept which how to it now by. I see this as one of the great break-up albums there's not every song if you took some of these behind the lines the god vertical misunderstanding. Maybe at a pinch as a low in tonight. And please don't ask don't even written by phil collins. They're all they're all about full collins break up with his wife right which was kind of what was happening at the time right. Isn't this the album sort of in the midst of that turmoil. So yeah i mean it makes sense. It's you can take those songs and that could be face value right exactly instead. We have to break up album for the price of one. Do grade that banks had said that. He originally rejected fills submission of india to not to be on duke and then once that got to be big and famous. He said oh. Jeez a regret that interesting. I think at this point. What i wanna do is maybe we got for a quick break a play a podcast tromo. Because that's what i like to do. And then we'll come back and we'll talk exclusively about these album probably with some divisions because that's like but we'll focus on the album itself extensively. Why some of the people. They have downloaded this all right. We'll be back in a couple of moments frank over there may have. I'm john waters guy. Dolph lundgren land hendrix. Hi this is keith. Gordon's pune mcgill for rare davi. Richard elfyn ileana. Douglas patrick warburton wings. Houser clip the steven rayle. That mr de william if you haven't been listening to the projection booth podcast. You're missing out each week. The projection booth brings you in-depth discussions of some of the most interesting movies ever made. I'm mike white. No the other one. I'm the guy who wrote the film fans in cashiers to cinema since nineteen ninety-four since early two thousand and eleven i've been co hosting the projection booth. Podcast try us. Won't you try anything. Just do it visit the projection booth at projection dash booth dot com back from bike. Welcome back to eh one hundred and fortieth level proud of the network and we are here extensively to talk about the album duke by genesis. I've done as much as i can to. Derail that compensation be talking about other things. But i didn't even take the time to talk about american psycho phil a big genesis fan. He ever since the release of their nine eighty album bill for that really didn't understand me of their work too artsy too. Intellectual was on duke where phil collins presents became more and i'm not going to go any i what i usually like to do on the program where i think it's appropriate is talk a little bit. About what other albums were at at the time genesis once again. They're on the cusp of where we're going to go in there own career and it seems a bit strange to me now because music fans of our age we will listen celebrate absolutely anything and everything whereas at the time you either on tame prog oil on punk because extensively punk music a new wide music was sweeping the remnants of that out the door so this is a very selectively and you could probably find a bunch of other albums that could contradict this but duke was released the twenty eighth of match in one thousand nine hundred and in the three months prior and inclusive match of nineteen ninety the albums that were released to the world where the debut from the pretenders end of the century by the ramones but the little girls understand by the neck. Get happy by stellan g g by squeeze which we've done on this show and the psychedelic furs. Debut album extinct equally on the other side. At that time they were albums. Being released glasshouses by billy joel short stories by gallas against the wind by bob seger mad love linda reynolds and on through the not by deflected. So the point. I wanted to make was the musical landscape was not owned by anyone style or anyone gripe as much as the music historians like to declare that it is so sure. Sure maybe some things are going to fashion. But for genesis to release duke at that time and for it to become apparently very very popular album was not necessarily but they sort Decided that they still would have to change the way of doing things i mean. I guess if you want to say if you want to read between the lines if you go back to dan and out from there were three just like to read a lyric. I might notice none of getting any younger. This people at the who could take your place a more commercial view. Fresh face ch- bands. That i read out a possibly the science that punk going into the new wave with doing what had to be done. But of course you also ahead van galaxy It's not quite like genesis. But it's not a long way from its climate class at genesis than the sex pistols. And bob seger's linda ronstadt still the long established. Pop act during the things. So i guess do is a bit of a bit of that but it's not necessarily at a place but just looking at it from our age episode of in this time we think that is any contradiction in loving ramones album pretenders album and loving genesis whereas at the time it might have been saying is no. You can't do but if you're one of the other but so what do you think has happened in the previous forty eight or did you at the time. Love boat at the time. I listened to everything right. So i grew up on in suburban long island outside of new york new york city and We had a station out there. Wbz wb long island to this day. If you go out there and turn it on. You're still here in the same twenty songs right. It'd be leonard. Skinner d- followed by a bowie cut followed by of course billy joel. Who's from long island so you legally obligated to play it but it was that mixed bag but mostly of you know the rock of the era and then classics. That's that's where you hear. Your led zeppelin. So i listened to them all the time and then i would listen to w nbc from new york from new york city. Which would be more the pop music. In fact i- nbc was always styled it on my alarm clock radio going back to when i was in fifth grade and not knowing anything about genesis from winning weathering your own special way was played all the time and rotation and i just thought okay. There's that song. And i love that song with carly simon anyone else of that era with those sort of romantic bow. I didn't know genesis. And then it's so weird to then circle back and go like. Oh that is lumped in with the rest of that album and and yet it got them on commercial radio for that. So i listened to everything but at the time i was like i was all into pat. Metheny all that stuff. So that was my world. Then so the pop rock stuff. I would just turn my nose up and then kind of at the older. I've gotten the more. I appreciate what was really going on. You know. it's just sort of look back. What what these things were when you grow up a little bit and you're not turning you're known this up every pop rock thanks to joke around with the same. The cut into gilbert's podcast listener. Before i ended up producing it was somebody used to joke around like she was into all the groups of that some of that. You've rattled off even more alternative rock things and it's like oh those bands with your two and three chord songs. The way fell. Because at the time i was into rush. And yes and genesis complicated music and you get older and realize it doesn't have to be complicated. It's okay to have guide vocal thrown in there from time to time to break up the hammering away at it all and it's weird now because i look at genesis as prog rock and i look at other prog rock things like i've got on the mailing list for some record labels having reviewed a couple of live shows and albums for some new york papers. I do a lot of freelance writing. So i get these updates and one of them. I can't remember the name. Because i'm just so fried but but it was an album that they sent me. Listen to it and go. I can't review it. Because i just don't like it and it's nothing against the artists it's you know it's somebody that you would lump in with dream theater. I wish i remember the guy's name. It's very religious in his music and his lyrics. But there's this like profound statement followed by georgia typically and then like really took to do look. We're playing some odd time now. Everything's sounds like death metal but more intricate and then it comes back to some big singing moment and then right back to talk to dr and that doesn't float my boat the way suppers ready the lamb or even any of anything on duke does so i love prague but modern prog starts to sound to me you know people say hip hop all sounds the same well so does modern prog every band. Sounds like they're doing the same master. Batori soloing over violent drums and odd time signatures. Just like we get it you can play. That's really great. So what would you say that. Maybe modern prog has lost a sense of melody. Because one thing that you could say about all those early genesis albums only yes. Stop was a really strong sense of melody melody and banal. It's about technique. I think it's not to knock them. I know brilliant musicians so many great people playing that stuff the wanted to make that more way. Genesis were headed and with fitting at that time. They wanted to do their own thing. That was looking sorry match to what was happening outside they will. I will suggest that advocate a couple of the songs and maybe advocate itself is maybe soul tip of the hat to new wave very much. So thing was he was he. Yeah i think they even talk about that. I think part of the reason they remixed a lot of they want the drums. Were meant to be much punchier and edgier. I can't remember the specifics but one of the bonus materials on one of the dvd's they talk about. Who done it and what that was meant to be. And what how it turned out wasn't quite. What the envision. That's very much a new wave or non new wave bands attempted new wave. I kinda mention any other band sort of doing it but it sounds like that to me. I appreciate it for what it is. But it's a pity that aban like genesis would have to feel like they need to do that. One of the things. I've that's bothered me about music. In general over the years. Because i was involved in the music industry long before i got into post production. I mixed records for a leading in track bands. That was my bread and butter for my twenties and thirties. But to back then you would see like a record would come out. That was sort of groundbreaking or new style. And then every record label found their version of it strep quicken and out the door or artists would change course to try to fill the need for that thing and the curtain gets pulled back and you realize the mechanics behind the music industry in a weird way. I lost interest in a lot of music. Maybe that's why i'm still stuck with genesis from the seventies realized the machine behind it and what drives it and the economics of it and then you look back and go of course. They felt they had to do. Who'd done it. Why would a ban that big feel that they needed to and then you look at where it got them and it makes sense like their household name phil collins was. You couldn't turn around without seeing him. He was everywhere thankfully to time. That was really really into genesis and phil collins so so it worked out. I did see some interviews from the period. Where i think phil was saying that. He's a bit fed up as i guess he would be with people saying to them. You're solid success. your dictating what. Genesis is doing by making this great prog band sand or poppy and he said no no. It wasn't if it was anyone. Mike rutherford. He wanted to take the banded a different direction and notwithstanding whatever. Mike his reasons for doing that. I believe that. Because if he's got this solid career to the some he wanted to do then why would he wants to do the same thing with the band that he's been playing with already a ten earlier years they think it does seem more like a natural evolution settlers the album itself of seeing this in two different ways all along thought. This album is like a piece of cinema. And this is where sacred sing. I think is become really really important. You get your opinion cuts by the lines. Which is this big repenting moment. I mean just sort of think. Like the opening of something like la la. You don't sorry about the big bright our opinion. And then you get a bit of the story development so you have dot chess misunderstanding. Like your montage saying it sounds to me got sinister asia. Is that what it's called where you see music or something other please. Don't ask is the dock before the dawn and then duke's travels is the hero the film feeding up the bed guys crushing cars and then walking into the sunset with the gal. It seems something cinematic to me. It does absolutely in the last week though. It's sort of been thinking away. Parts of the album broadway musical to me because all of a sudden i've got this vision in my head a poem and all this with the jazz. If you can't see this he's actually doing jazz. Hands this all these moments make it. Sound like a broadway musical but either way. It does sad musically telling a story even if the whole notion of going from one song to the next. It's not really telling narrative like other concept albums. although although a safe for the record day. I don't think that there are many concept albums that have an intention of telling a story really tell the story very well. 'cause quadrophenia one of my favorite albums of all time. It was left to frank. Run 'em to fill in the story of jimmy the mall that you get on the record and probably countless examples but even notwithstanding. I still think that the songs at least in the order The moments where phil collins sang. I'm really really miserable without you. Hey let's make this rydell all that sort of thing. I love you so much. That i wanna buy you a mansion in miami so you can lock me out of it one day. That's on the special edition. Do see this very cinematic. For that reason. It does have that big character development. A couple of spiky moments slows down. And then you get the food act which is all exciting an explosion that tad has said that's as much to do with sequencing as it is below anything side but sesame like they really truly thought about the order that they wanted this album to go in and pot of success. And that's interesting too and you think about when it came out on vinyl of the album sequence had to do with how much time they could fit on each side of the record to change the order so for all we know who might have been a different agenda and they said well he can only fit eighteen minutes sound good and so we got flip it around like you know who knows how they changed things. I've still think that if it had come down to. If the -delity had been different if i critic cutler vinyl different way than misunderstanding would have ended ended up inside to and turn it on again. Model ended up inside one to me. When i listened to it on disk or now stream the album. It feels like misunderstanding does kick off a second part of the record to me. It's like a change. I don't know it's been a while since i've really listened to the whole thing straight through. I think we'd probably both agree that the album head to start with on the lines and it had to win. Duke travels and duke thin. Absolutely that duke's travels do chained is easily. Say all right to the fans this farewell gift here well as i said before. They were not related things that they did on subsequent albums and i always did stuff in a live context but to me that song is maybe the landscape harare at least from the seventy s side of genesis. Yeah but there are moments even an advocate which it's a bad rap like there's moments of me and sarah jane that could be right off and then there were three there moments melodic dodo lurker. That could be from the lamb really if you think about it. Our maybe the production values different but there are these moments in fact that de dad that synth melody. That's a lurker i. It was the year. I saw genesis. Eight no eight grade. Sorry my pillow rest in peace. You know was budding. Young drummer knew that was sort of into this stuff. Since all said well look you know. The school bought a mini moog or mini mo. If you want to say the way. I said you know we don't want to leave it here over the summer. 'cause who knows mike stone which i take it home for the summer so i took home. This mini moog and i was just sitting in my room. I dialed in on the mobile. That sound emulating. That bit of lurker. And i would just play that fucking melody on a loop to my parents who you got it out an add some more slider to leave you just like driving them nuts but man. That was it for me. I was hooked. I want to digress a bit because of the success of this album. I mean it could be argued certainly from at any states genesis career but it certainly becomes really pantley. He is the man. We've mentioned many times. Phil collins as drama and even the people who died necessarily cave phil collins is a solo act would never deny phil collins as a drummer in in the in the eighties. Way you know the only people who knew with the easy lava and you can't reload didn't actually know that he was a skins man. But i would also argue that. Not only is he a great drama but he's also a super diverse drummer. I'm not even going to hang it on him for that. Horrible fucking gated snare sound. I loved it. I tried to emulate that as a drummer trying to achieve that sound. I just. I just loved that. I got an acoustic kit with tests to anything. Just like a chris. Plane snail of another pick. Piccolo is the worst sandon. all of drumming. I hate it but anyway. That's what is style that he's done with his solo recordings and then there's the complex style that he does on the genesis albums and then there's a for a band we haven't mentioned yet but i'm sure and brand now. A recently found myself realistic to moroccan roll and unorthodox behaviour. And i mean sure. It's a lot like the other fusion jazz bands of the time. It's really if you don't know it's brand x. It could be thinking. Wow this is great weather report album all sure. Yeah great holiday meal. There's a phil. Collins solo concert from the early eighty s where i think they break into. They go from one hit songs. I think they break into and soda. F from brand x. Period of time in the middle of the show worked in with the horns. I'm good at that bad but endebted miniature better. It's like they just do like brennan. So phil collins but then they bring in the horns and the whole bit great moment. I just remember watching that going. That's not phil collins that's brand x. like you know sitting at the edge of the bed watching tv sure there are complexities with changing rhythms on genesis records and when you think behind the lines had their amendments and certainly on travels widow some amazingly complex bits. But that's for a rock prog rock band you listen to nuclear been on unorthodox behavior. He sounds like a different drama for me is just a real sign of respect for the man as a talented instrumentalist. But then you listen to the streets of soho. You go to in popular with brand x. Yeah once again that diversity. He'd like a lot of everything here. Yeah i look. I'd like to think that he wasn't doing anything that he didn't want to do. Not oh wow. This is getting me a whole lot of money and a whole lot of fame. I think i'm gonna stick musician. Wants to wait. And i want to be successful but i like to think that he really liked what was that. He was doing. Artistically same brand x. I think brand x. Just like his own band in between genesis records at the time but that was not insignificant or another men substantial number of albums record with them. So i just want to point out. Absolutely admire that versatility. He's an amazing drummer every any drummer. We'll tell you he's an amazing. I would jam try. I remember my my buddy mark. V and i in high school we would sit before band. Or we'd cut class be sitting in the band room with all the drums. We could muster up emulating those drum duets from all the genesis concerts of the era. Because they're just so fun. You know just detected digitally you know always breaking into low sendo so that would be like a music orgasm that point. The album itself is already gone and say it does start at this big. I'm going to call it. The broadway show tune was going to say bombast and there are moments of bombast on the album. It says joyous celebration. It's a fanfare. it's regal definitely a fanfare. Absolutely i guess the negative to get. They're going to do something called duke. It's going to be royal is going to be big bringing the horses. Let's have this big parade. Just i've still got this thing in my head as i said before. Great choreography and coming back to those judging this the other interesting thing is for a time. It seemed like any bans. That were trios in the eighties. Seventies guy into the eighties. They had to have that full sound. Now i understand that these bands especially bands with the fame and the wealth of is genesis or whoever the trio's they could afford to spend time over dubbing and rio dubbing and who knows how many kits villas playing over himself but still that doesn't take away from the fact that for this trio album. It says especially these opening moment. It's sense big and celebrating. You sort of mentioned that must be a five or six and lays these just these three guys that wanted to make the since san mighty obviously bills. Tom might god times. Yeah br up but also on top of that is like intense bongos right. Yes that percussion layer happened. That is so weird. You expect to save bongos and genesis in the one cents But yes you do hear that. Yes i brought up watching when in rome this weekend. There's a moment in the concert. Where phil is singing and playing drums and chester's just holding a big shaker and follow you. Follow me a camera with song. It was but i turned to my friends and said you know. I never thought of this before. But why isn't chester playing drums. And phyllis singing and holding a shaker. Why does he playing drums and singing. Winchester's right there and all he gets to do is go It just seems like it's such an odd. I guess it was like. Let's remind people that. I can sing and play drums at the same time. Chest is a a an alumnus of the mothers of invention rut. Yeah he's he's been around. Then i think he went a. He's one of the heavy hitters so to speak in nashville for a lot of album. There was a time. Where bill broussard. Predigested thompson was the second drummer. So between yes yes. Seconds are on the list of shyam. I don't actually have already gone and said that behind. The lines is the big moment but for me. The album in the sort of leading towards the middle the big bombast moment is men of at times. It's sort of light and shade dynamic. It goes up. Goes down like a film would but many times is that bitten the movie where we're just in a wretched this bad situation up a bit and then after work i had to find their way out. It'll be bobbling away but this is the shit happens moment. Changing the plot man of our times is attuned. Really early on. I did work out how to play on the drums. And it's not a hard pace but it's one of those pieces which if you don't play with confidence then peel going to tell you don't think even if your hadn't been playing for a long time but if you play with a bit of confidence you can make it said really really great. Just one boutique boom boom. That makes a tuna. There was just such a thrill to be able to work. But had you heard this. And that was a mike rutherford composition. He has said he's embarrassed by it. The heizer microphone heights times. I find that hard to believe. Ed easily one of my favorite songs on the album bite to it. The we're talking about. The man who britain released. All i need is america and delivering is which you know not many people realise this but all i need is a miracle was originally written for the lamb lies down on broadway. Gabriel what said. I'm quitting now. As i said it's the thing you have to play with competence. You don't even need to be a great drummer. You just need to be able to say. I can pull this off and no heartedness and you'll make it sent fantastic. I love it's bomb best normally. I'm not a big stadium. A rock so the guy. But there's something about this. Maybe it's chinese banks and milad assume against a lot of this stadium. Rock is about qatar in this one. It's about the since. The melody is not about the city for its own sake which is unusual. Because i love. This album is actually electric piano heavy rather than synth heavy but this is the big center moment plumbing album. You know misunderstanding. I can skip almost every time. I think it's only because it was. It was overplayed on the radio here so much and you know when i listened to the album. I listen to it for a couple of minutes from like you know. I've heard so much. I tend to want to get right to heat. Haze does that song. Production-wise sound like it belongs on a different album misunderstanding. Possibly everywhere else on the on the album even the ballads san big. This one says really compressed my but you know there is a thing like the no if you listen to sting's album has englishman in new york. Nothing like the sun so that album every track on that is lush and rich but there are a couple of cuts that they must have known. They're going to be the single. These are going to be for radio and they were mixed accordingly right so there are some things that are squashed really compressed that on any of the richness and depth and then others do so there songs that i'll listen to and i'll suddenly here this shifts in how much it was compressed and how it was mixing. Well that's clearly. They had their eyes on radio for that one. Because there's some things that wouldn't i mean this is before streaming so maybe that was it mc maybe misunderstanding but it does sound a little bit more squished compared to the bigness of all the other stuff. Maybe i'm over thinking it but records there are the funds that yeah these are going to be the singles and they'll be like the needles. Don't move there so squashed air and designed that way versus the other tracks like it's all an englishman in new york from that album. When you get to that drum break that wonderful. A great little moment probably wouldn't air that all that often because it's just too dynamic versus remember the big hits off that it's been so long we'll be together. Yeah so that yeah. That's a perfect example. When you listen to that that is so squashed. There's there's very little base and it's really super compressed but that is ready to cut through. Am radio whereas some of the more lush songs are just not mix that way. I am radio still a thing over in the states. Like in the mid ninety s people were shifted. Fm too but back then even when i would mix commercials early on in my career. You did the stereo mix. Did the mono mix for am radio. You know you had to take that into consideration. Be a great guest free to talk about some of this stuff my friend andy van debt. Great mastering engineer. He's done all of russia's albums and tons of others. Of course. But i still learn from him like there was just a comment. A buddy of mine was after our. Hang saturday night. He broke out his vinyl copy of the lamb. And give it a good new listen and was talking about how much time they fit on each side of vinyl and didn't that degrade the quality mathematically and and then and each time i tagged him in the post and he chimed in answered the how that all works in the loss and how they compensate in the mastering of right. So he's stuff you don't think about and the limitations of vital really affected how things were mixed now. You could be very different of college once a friend because we never really hung out socially but really gifted guy named david friedman a couple years ahead in college. He went on to produce the flaming lips and mercury rev. And all this great stuff that he played in. And i remember an early version of the lips. Were at our college studio. Dave's mission was. It's a cd were all now. We're gonna mix this as hot as loud as we can. And hopefully distort the inputs of receivers make it so scorchingly hot we want to push the limits of digital and use every bit. That's available many kinda did and i had the distinct pleasure it was. I was tasked by the dean of the school of music. As president of the recording aside on society are association my senior year of school first thing. I was told that it's been banned here. Recording all summer and your first official is to get them. They've been stinking up the place leaving booze bottles around the cleaning staff is complaining so get them out. It was the flaming lips New york doing their. I d album new the modest but i didn't use jelly so go. They don't like jelly belly. Tom way where we are. We talking about genesis men. I can listen. To duke's travels and duke's end altogether. I remember getting a bank of on samples from my kurzweil some point and getting the flute sound which we all know from the beatles right And then going strawberry fields. Yeah that's like that. segue between. Duke's travels antique sensing hit me. I never thought about that before. Yep that's the flu Mentioned before the alternative sequences song secretary mate and nice concept side. If you will would have been behind the lines god vocal misunderstanding heath as aligned to employ diana ask about phil's marriage bright coppa me officially went and said face value. Was that album but this is a good proto secrets if you want to indict yeah yeah. There's a lot of self pity love made. When can i see you. can i touch you in. Yeah please don't ask don't see the i'll be fine. I'm alone again tonight. To switch awful lot behind me but then there's also building up the sand for what became the show collins ballots one of the most amazing juxtaposition me guide vocal as valid and then guide vocal at the end that gives me chills. Man i that to me is like oh. That's an emotional. An emotional response to it. Every time i hear that's the thing possibly why some people have possibly confused as as being a grand concept album because there are motifs that are used in the first three minutes of behind the lines that they come back to and their motifs that they return to end. The duke's travels dukes into the album which is very much a musical theme. That sort of thing. It's more explicit when it's played angrily at the end of the in original version that we hear the third track of the album. It's more like phillies to leave me alone. Take what's yours be damned. it's. I'm the one who brought you talk to you do. It's the same feeling. I get when phil would perform the closing section of the musical box. Like ninety one hundred ninety one tour for the. We can't dance album when they did that. Mantra of that the old stuff when he leans into the light. And he's like why don't you touch me. like that. The pulsing light his face response. I get to do travels and bringing back the guide vocal. Just that like the screaming. Fill that always makes me feel good way. Yeah you tell them. Fuckers do wanna bring up one final cut on the album. Because i think in discussion you said yeah okay. There was there was. This is obviously the popcorn. I'm gonna make the argument. As i'm sure other people already have smart people by the point that turn it on again. Is prague disguised as pop irate. A really fascinating anecdote. I didn't know this. But when pitta gabriel had lost manning on his first wo- med fest. Here so genesis put on a benefit to help him up again. I didn't realize so. They did a sit for a concept the benefit of him and they did all the all. Gabriel era stuff do could recently been at and turn it on again. Was the big single. Add on the chats so they thought it'd be a little bit silly to knock performance so they did that at the end and i didn't realize that gabriel fancied himself is a bit of a dramatic so said at fill you go and you're saying i can this component from an effected up because you've got multiple time signature changes. Yeah yeah. I remember when i first heard this when i was that age. I was only thinking as drummer of four four times so i was thinking. There's something unusual about is something unusual about this as i went on that. Oh that's what's going on eighteen. Something positive six four alternating bosses seven four in some people say thirteen night some people say it's any citrus verge little but when he gets to get so lonely when she's not there says like he's doing two thousand three four one two four two thousand four four three three four and two thousand two four. I was listening to this a couple of nights ago. I gotta do this gotta ride it out. What's going and does on top forty pop single but he disguised it by doing dumped of. Don't dump dump dump doubt that sentence duct dump them so it doesn't send complex but you have to have the mind of a confident drama and experienced dramatic to be able to that olympic. Even as you're working your way rand just making you'll be carrying a breath. I what's it had a think about the mechanics of that song. I probably wouldn't be able to play it on the drums. But i can sit in my car and listen to it and tap right along with it and get every beat. Because i've heard it's so many times and you don't even think about the time he's just playing it then just playing and you just know exactly where every odd measure is going to pop up. It just happens. I love when they do that. A few very few pop things will do that these days. But god that was nice way to slip in some non danceable beats to. That's the point. Can you just imagine someone going to a disco or whatever the dj goes and puts on record and people are doing contortions trying to keep up with it and yet on the surface it does sound like a pop song it's deceptive and that's the secret to success. The musicians will people who had a cat familiar with the concept was i. I see what you're doing and the gonna feel terribly disturbed by. That's that's part of the songs janus. I really do think. I read somewhere that that song never left the sets throughout the rest of the time that phil collins was playing with the band interesting and it will serve. Gabriel right for saying yeah. Don't worry you sing. I'll take care of trump duty. Tacked up speaking gabriel. Another one of the guests on my podcast is a drummer named allan schwartzberg who you may not know. But he's a monster. I mean his his career goes all the way back to like the christmas classics that you might have grown up hearing on some of the old orchestras and all that. But allen played on peter gabriel's first solo album allen. Was the session drummer. So he's the guy on salisbury hill See the city. Light was still talk about a song. That is a song you can kind of hummel on tap with. But that's got time all over the place. Yes same kind of i. But yeah an allen then talk about when we were talking earlier about john. Risen weapons were out. Allen played on All the disco hits as a session drummer including everyone will remember the star wars disco. That's him then. You know if you were fan of david letterman show on would pop up sporadically trump's drums with the band or percussion gigs. But he and he's on his credit list goes on forever so that'll be a fun one to listen to musicians like that. It's but salisbury. Hill fits right in there in terms of egypt's bumped up day. You got that in your head and you don't realize you along to some odd time signatures kinda throwing your way. I really respect that. A wonder whether phil collins detractors. I've got to admit that with no jacket required on. I had no interest but a wonder with a lot of the detractors also went back gabriel for making the so album cassettes way he go to win pop. I think it's out. It's okay for him to do it but kate young to do it. I mean there's nothing phil collins did that. I didn't love an until a certain point. It's got to be where. I kept buying albums. And then i just wasn't i might tastes and my life changed and that that kind of it's the filter through which your music processes right this day. Certain songs put me in a time and place so we keep talking about marill you keep bringing it up man. Why did he bring it up. Really trying to talk about genesis. But i listened to the earlier marine where their singer was a guy named fish. And it's a lot of anger. Bitterness and anger it's angst it's unhappiness and it resonated with me at a time in my life that i really loved it and now i wanna go back to listen to it. I'm like i can't. I can't because it's like they were trying to be not try to genesis right. They had a song called grendel which was their suppers. Ready and i listened to it now and go. Yeah i just. I'm not in the mood for that. Like my life is different now. I can't be that angry and appreciate it. But a lot of their stuff and their newer stuff has a new singer. It's more commercial stuff. Theoretically no big pop hits per se but you change so there was a period of time. I could listen to no jacket required. No problem i loved everything that was on there. Every new genesis thing. Everything phil collins did i think. The last album my consciously bought was dancing into the light and then it just became such supermarket. Music background music. That i lost interest. But it's not a slam him. It's like that's what he's doing now and it didn't resonate with me as much but but everything at some point did and it wasn't until streaming that i started to go back and let me catch up on what i missed. I've found on apple music. There's a hot night in paris phil collins with a big band doing the low sendo sweet. Have you heard that have not. Oh god it's phil collins or the jazz orchestra doing los angeles and it's phenomenal all the stuff that i missed that kind of go back but i i don't love when he kind of re does the classics and they didn't where someone else cut together all his drum pieces to make an album. Because i couldn't play anymore then you know the going back or whatever it was called like i kind of lost interest. It doesn't mean. I don't love phil collins and they're still pieces of those albums that i'll still if they come on. I'm not gonna skip them. But at the time it resonated and nauman older man. I'm a happier man for the most part. They don't resonate the things that the anger songs don't stick with me as much respect for quite a long time. I'm not sure whether or not we've had actually early. Scratch the surface with barely scratched the surface. So i could not say that. Otherwise frank mud sumi maybe has copyright you about that. I think i made them self conscious about it at one point because like every week he would say that'd be the controlled through my arms up in the air. Can we find another phrase. I think if it wasn't gonna be you. It was going to be a lot of offense in the facebook group. I think at one point. I did make Jcp bingo cards. I think every you know everybody gets the orange story is the center. Everybody gets that one and then it's like if he says gill do this impression. You get that one and we barely scratched the surface kiko needed. The money was one as i said. We've barely scratched the surface and they're probably million wise at this compensation could have gone. But i think that we've given the listener enough of an impression that this is an album that i need to search out. If you haven't heard anything proud of this album the jibral years stay packet us up to this view only know them for the big kids from the woods. You really do need to search to. It is a complete work. I mean i know that misunderstanding was a big hit single in turn it on again it single but this album is. We haven't even given any time. Two songs like duchess. And i think i said earlier we were rolling or not but that eight hundred eight drum based thing that they sort of stuck between behind the lines and duchess. I could listen to that. On a loop. I d- that's like a meditation piece that that ambient drifting love that Okay so that's one thing that i think was very drive of them too difficult for a band like that and probably a lot of commercial bands at a time. Where you had to get the listener's attention straightaway. There's no and this is a seven minute. Cut in the first two and a half minutes is just this slow. Meditation piece is basically saying. I've got no way to go. That's okay. I'm just gonna make a drone and i don't mean that in a bad way i mean that in a very positive live just let you saw be drift along two and a half minutes before the melody actually kicks in and i respect that a hole and it works completely. It's beautifully done. And then they rip your face off with those drums going into dutch. I can so brilliant. I mentioned when we took a little break earlier. My buddy alan friedman great engineer local gilbert fan. And i don't remember we'd record this already. But so he pointed out that there was this record label called duke when he'd seen the logo and we were watching when in rome and he saw the duke caricature said. I saw that on the record label call. Duke is that related to this. it's the same icon. All of us were scratching our that. We hadn't heard of it and he got home and he sent me some links to so. Apparently there was duke records which was a division of atlantic that was the members of genesis producing bands and they had a few bands none of which became any kind of hits. But they did this duke records thing interesting. I'd never heard of it alone from apple records. Have right. But then i also hadn't me but then who new apple records return to a computer company and do so well and that's just save stay no had to pivot but just like you hit me to the duke. Sweet thing there the story of albert. Like i had no idea. And i've been agendas fan. How i never knew that it's beyond me. You grow up. You have a family and a kid and you stop sitting around and record player. All time i take the opposite notion. I have two kids. I drag them to the record play with me. I feel like a bad parent because while we had an echo devices all around our house in any number of stereos for my daughter to play her music. I haven't broken out my turntable and crates of records. But i think we're getting there okay. With made up for her son a of songs. Think we've finished our genesis compensation this. We've had a lot of gracious. But that's why. I really love doing this chart because i think we're gonna be talking about one thing. We end up doing a lot of other things. So i wanna say shoot. Thank you to your frank. What time is it. Is it like half fast in the morning. Well it's two thirty. But this is my normal bedtime these days in lockdown because i've been working with actors like i said earlier in setting people up with home studios and all this and it's not uncommon for me to get the la people there three hours behind and some of them might start working with me at midnight. My time that's died down a bit but it's been you know my schedule shift. Because i'm no longer commuting. I can go to bed at three and wake up at nine. Still got six hours of sleep. And i'm ready for the day. Assuming the math works out on that social does happy to do it. Because i was going to be up anyway. I taught a class tonight and a little late so we were to start. But you and i have been talking now. Eleven and twelve one two thirty two and a half hours of twelve one two three and a half hour because we did that an hour and a quarter before we even started recording right where all the good stuff happened and frank. Shut me these pictures of orangeburg which is going in the wrong places and coffee tables and chickens so my huge thanks to frankfurt staying up so even though i know it's part the your regular time on kovic time anyway overtime so yes usually making time. I've read loved this compensation and so just once again. Windy unsung will be available for people to hope sooner than later i hope to have a season wrapped up. Ironically it was a year ago. Where i said it would be out around thanksgiving. Maybe when i was on my little farewell thing so i don't know if i really get to it. Maybe in a couple of months. I can start releasing episodes. Here's what's happened to me. this is up. you can cut this all out if you want. You ever notice gilbert show. How many times you say we don't really going to cut this out but it stays in the show. Yes but what i've learned in hosting all these webinars that have done. I become more comfortable talking to people right. I when i first started anything. People for the show was very alien to me right. That's something frank center padre he so good at it. He's really mastered. Got a way of getting through the notes. And all that and i was a little unsure and don't like my own voice but now i've been hosting webinars for one hundred people at a pop two times a week since march for people in on a number of topics and then hosting live guests that are turning into podcast episodes. Anyway i feel like i've grown in this time. So maybe it's good that i've saved some of the guests that now i feel more comfortable with my own voice and my own style of getting down doing it though it. Maybe it's for the better than it's taken this long to get done. But i've got a few episodes in the can. I need to edit them. And tighten them up so my goal is to have ten or twelve done and start releasing them while i make the next batch. It's not going to be a new every monday. In perpetuity. I just don't have enough hours in a day but the show it's going to have an arc you'll episode one you're gonna love. I think we actually explained at the beginning of the show. What unsung is supposed to be about. So we're starting to run out very quickly. What's the premise behind. Unsung unsung unsung. That people don't know you know right. So whereas gilbert show it's celebrity driven or people at are well known writers or directors. And all that the people you can hear from a my show guys like frank simms. Who's episode one. And it's working with guys like frank that made me want to do the show. Because you don't know that name but in america if you remember the kool-aid commercials he was the kool-aid guy for twenty years. Oh yeh that we have here. He's also one of the regular singers on saturday night. Live if you ever. If you know the saturday tv funhouse like as an example of one of the shingles he does and countless other jingles. But as you here in the first episode if you listen to the song. Let's dance by david bowie. That whole acappella intro is frank simms and his his other backup singers and he not only sang on that whole album but toward with them. So if you look at the serious moonlight tour photo as you see these guys in pinstripes suits and straw hats flanking bowie. That's franken his brother. Wow but he goes back as far as singing cats in the cradle that classic song. That was a big internationally or not. Absolutely carly simon. Here's another thing. Because every time i work with frank alert another thing about him and i didn't know until like twenty fifteen when he popped in for commercial session with me and we were talking and he's like oh came up that on madonna's material girl. He sang all the backups on that whole album but he is the guy going live baying and material or like. That's frank so he's locked everywhere on. Just this would be a fun podcast. Just like here's a guy you don't know but he's ever saw. The show is like that. Great musicians film. Directors voice actors ditto editors all the people that make the things you see on tv. You're on the radio watching the movies but you don't know their names which is verbatim from the show open so look for that as soon as i have time to get it together because between my day job and my consulting at that my podcast took a back seat and i feel bad about it but i'll get it going again. I just have to you have to put food on the table. I guess food comes. I i mean look if i don't eat for seven months straight. I might go hungry. Definitely be posting that so the listeners will find out about the show. It is available once again huge. Thanks to you before we wrap up of this let the listeners know what is going on next month so next month it'll be december twenty twenty a couple of with gotten to the end of this shit year. Hopefully things are going to turn around a little bit twenty twenty one now normally what i do in december is. I asked music journalist for the first time listens of the year so could have been released in that year that we've been recording the shy or could be something that they discovered from thirty years ago. But just something to recommend for your ear holes. Now i've decided to do it differently. This year gonna do just another regular episode of. It doesn't sound when i satellite that. But we're not going to be doing in my favorite. Maybe i'll bring it back the twenty twenty one but this year one of the wonderful things that came out and there were a handful of them was a local record label owner and huge huge music. Fan scott feeling he of the boomerang record label started up a facebook page with another couple of people to pay tribute to australian independent music of the nineties which was really really huge and had a lot of fans so he just thought this might be a nice facebook group to start off and so we might get a few hundred people and inside a month. I had like about ten thousand people joined and that wasn't just well not just. The music fans are listening but a lot of musicians were joining up as well to share their memories and paraphernalia. And i think the groups now like at fifteen thousand members or something like that so i don't know if it was scott who came up with the idea or one of the other organisms of the group about this is called sound zebra. And what they did was. I went around to any of the musicians who were in the facebook page and say look. Do you have any songs that you have in a shoebox. Someway something that you really like. It could never find a place on an album that you release in the nineties and we'll put out a collection of just say who buys it will how we can put this out and not only did i do. They did it twice. There are two eighty minutes. Say virtually all of songs from australian independent. Some who i knew and loved well and some didn't know who they were but most of these wrecks just absolutely blew me away. Wonderful thing is that scott says that he's had so many contributions that these two albums as frank senator padre. I would say the tip of the iceberg. He's gonna tape on going with like. I bought the to say as as i came out and the absolutely magnificent. We're gonna be talking next month with scott failing and my very good friend. Dave blom who is a big nine hundred australian music aficionado. A music aficionado in over gods and he's hosted a couple of episodes of love of them along the way but he'll be coming back and we'll all just sort of be talking about apple spectators of australian independent music through that decade and some of the tracks in particular on those two compilations urge to go search that pop boomerang is scott's label and this still tons of great albums on his own label but should find the band site the sound as ever compilations volume one and two and with more to combat. We'll speak more better with scott next month. So i guess i'll just leave it at that and just say please. People be nice to each other. Look after each other. Give each other a hug. If that's not going to be offensive to them will speak to you. Old picks them up and once again. Thank you very much frank over. That's very welcome cheese.

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AP His hand in the cookie better yeah isn't that weird it's pretty weird don't do it kids and the second no but as a humongous game on xbox one right so both these games are many many tens of gigabytes on disk maybe even hundred or more I don't remember the exact figures see alive that failed right right Guy Kyw Sony bought them yeah but I think that the well they're going to be exceptions this I think some of the big tower right and so it's here's five which is the gears five the latest gears for war game halo five which is the last halo game which is actually several years old it doesn't have to be blurred what we call that you know the cutout is not good so your hair kind of has yes he yes he the fuzz all around him I've done it it's like the how're you focus well it does and instead of getting the contract it goes on Google servers they they do know how to stream video they run Youtube oh for sure for sure so I mean I think that yeah but have you don't ever by the way just to tip turn that skype blur granddaughter think it's Awful Really I over hosts use it and I just want where I think they can take their existing library in relationships and gamers and potentially move them to the cloud in ways that Google can't stadia an Amazon can't with whatever they end up doing this is just in the time Stadia Google streaming gaming service launches on the fifteenth next month I will say you know every time Google comes out publicly the only change by the way because your background is blank but your but your outline in Fuzz like blur look oh that's Aguirre's five I should say and Halo five both of these like I said are humongous games both of these take a really long time to kind of churn up even on the console so when you go extremes enough of the game down that you can kind of start and so I- honestly aside from that little bit at the beginning which could be thirty seconds or something latency of all of the connections it's all kinds of issues that kind of come into this and so you know we've known since I WANNA say it was late last year that Microsoft was working on this in the sense that they came up server experts difference really you can frontload video this is something that Microsoft and Google and others figured a long time ago a buffer the thing and and then it works really well so if you have connectivity issues as you go you would especially in wireless it can it can compensate for those problems buffering gaming or a TV set or whatever it might be right you don't need a lot of processing power right that you you're basically streaming the game it's running on their servers when I turn it on and try and show everyone how terrible it is you do it you have it there we do this yeah forget how you doing work with a you're you're bland so that was kind of interesting but yes it does no it was no stuttering there was no blurring house no load time cut scene time I noticed with in late Yati it's been fantastic I have played there there was a sequence in gears five that I I didn't get by yet and I kind of alternated between and you know kind of game so I stopped I've stuck mostly to the two shooters because I'm familiar with that kind of game play calling duty most of the time gives a war thieves which is they're kind of ongoing open world game and and not my kind of a game but I credit them even as recently as today by the way ratting more content can you get slaughtered it starts over Gandhi crawl into the thing again you get slaughtered you try something slightly different like yeah do it sounds great I mean I look visually the graphics are incredibly look exactly like to me it looks exactly like it doesn't xbox one really now on a big screen right I mean you don't have to on a phone no no no right and eventually that's going to happen right I mean obviously the goal here is you're gonNA WANNA play this on a laptop videos G. Force now which is also a streaming system I play that on the shield that load time seemed long now that is that's not been an issue at all at the stuff locally installed call of duty does the same thing you know the the opening string comes up as an animation music plays names go by you can click the button all you want you're not getting by it you know it into it over and over against they've been really supportive of that title which is called a sea and the other one is called I've got the name of it it's a I can just look at my own which is mostly phones obviously but I suppose I don't have a tablet but I suppose you could try to sabotage you also have to deal with that part of the streaming where it kind of makes that connection it takes a while to kind of turn this kind of game up and of course when you streaming it to a phone right now project x cloud in its current state is limited only to android devices Michael Paul it's a it's a it's just a side scrolling Kinda Tutti shooter title killer instinct and it's it's just kind of a classic like fighting spokeswoman Pc and it's what happens is you see you kinda crawl under a something has fallen through a doorway you have to crawl under it and as soon as you stand up in the next room all of this stuff and so there's a lot going on on screen at the same time and it's all very unpredictable and it's the type of situation where if you play the games like this you know you it's a checkpoint you go in images and then they just streamed down the video so it might actually be better the where you would suffer is in timing really feel the latency you get those kind of things where to your eyes to what's happening you have made it around a corner and you're fine but then you're dead because the guy behind you thank God so much so I actually got through it playing it on the phone finally you know it was something I hadn't been able to do on the bigger screen it was shooting at you as you were running away but the connection is off and that's it's like a latency issue essentially that happens all the time it's incredibly frustrating it's gotten to the point where this is something that is actually kind of daily annoyance for me in college duty you'll you'll finish a match and the ecology logo come were called black ops for shooting a gun in this case if the things move across the alien creature whatever and you shooting it and it's just bullets like you're a comedy movie where bullets at everything except the creature probably not GonNa do it on the bus connection someday for scenes like you just described where there's lots of stuff going on that's CPU intensive is a calculator it's probably not you know it's yeah you're instead of aiming where the puck is going uranium where the puck was was even though you don't really all the motions in in the background that's something might actually be better at because you at least on the Google device you you can have multiple machines working on rendering the same in again for humongous game the experiences ident- well and the fact that I'm playing it on a screen and they don't have great eyesight studying sitting there with my cheater glasses wifi hesitation with you I didn't know you're on Wi fi I can usually tell so I have Wifi Mesh Network Care I think I'm literally GONNA run a wire into my office just just from my xbox like I can't the ash stand how often that kind of thing happens yeah so you know if you're playing a game in your the long wait even on a xbox it's long no matter what maybe that's what it was I I was no longer than it is on the console I was playing and that's why I asked about latency that's so listen I this is how tuned into this since I moved to Pennsylvania I only I only have wifi Sunday's by side but the perception is no different at all okay so it's just like you're playing at home really really interesting going on your in in both cases fighting aliens is a lot going on and I have never never once so far I've only had it for a few days but you know we're the type of thing where the you know the the the scene SORTA stutters and it has not happened it just hasn't happened now are they I mean are you on the special Paul rockport like maybe the clients you're smart TV clients see I think that's the real market for not a hardcore Gamer who already has a PC in an xbox but people on low end machines or crumbles oh a sitting across the room from my router but I don't want to run a wire across the room so it's online and you know that's can now tell me about I took over why so anyway I mean we we try to discourage you from using Wifi on Skype just because why collision base network so if there's other Wi fi signals is it the problem right that is not happening is not happened so far in the project x client that's really good is not happen and again these are complex scenes with lots of stuff world or whatever and this opens up the possibility of playing these games and other places with other devices which is cool you could've bought a first Gen X. box and maybe it'd xbox so that is kind of hard drives they're using on the server than anything he's crazy I don't know I mean like I said if you play these bigger shooter type camps essentially the House it's not strictly true but in my office I only have Wifi so that's a big change between Dataman here I it was all wired and everything was wired I kind of rely percentage of that is going to come forward to cloud and you know for example by the way that's the other guy should have mentioned so in case it wasn't obvious because I didn't say this explicitly uses I got was continuing it went to where I was in the game right so that's one of the benefits it's part of it's not a new it is a new platform in a sense but it's it's part of that I had been playing gears a five on the xbox on the PC switching back and forth it's an xbox play anywhere title when I loaded the game on my phone and selected campaign one of the under Max that have never had access to to you know gears of war and now triple a games on these devices I'm concerned that's the point of it right so it's going to run out they'll be a web client there'll be a Mac clan windows client be android IA SNP really haven't set this but I'm expecting there to be set top box spock so I still get the benefits of that xbox ecosystem thing which is really cool I'm excited what's really exciting show but there's another example of the same kind of benefit from just the agnostic nature of a service moving to different places it just opens in that one of the things that happens when he played colorady the modern the latest game is it literally says in the loading screen You should check this thing to ethan at before much better connection that's that's I think that's the market and also a little bit right or not so in other words even if you're like an xbox guy and you have an xbox there are times where you're not there you're out in the UH I mean look I'm going to try it I'm interested in it yeah do you think I don't think it's going to be technical merit that wins on up the world you know it's it's nice you know you don't you don't have to limit yourself to certain things because you chose an android phone or an iphone you didn't upgrade to the ass he didn't upgrade the accurately not sure if you want to spend that kind of money but you have this investment in your games collection and it's not a I'm sure it's GonNa be a hundred percent but some it'll pause and so frequently we always okay here we only have like one hundred and thirty seven devices on Wifi so I I've never seen the kind of the trademark amac or a PC or a roku or an apple TV or whatever like it's it's really neat when you can just access your stuff from anywhere that's the goal of with everything right Elsa let's paint a mural behind Mary Scott I'm going to paint a brick wall on the you should put Paul loves what did this and Denim there was something about I only had you know traditional WIFI access point there it was just try all the standardized I have an I mac pro so it honestly except for that one thing with the video games it's never been a problem all right if I had known I would have oh it's neat that Microsoft is moving in this direction with Xbox I think they have M- besides the fact that they're known for gaming they have an inside track it's not as big as apple's audience but there is this group of people that they listen to music on over comcast or something and they do Gogel music and video and whatever and that's fine so yeah I probably am going to run a wire into my office so when I do I'll put him I n Mary Jo knows is because we made her put a wire oh comes up and it comes up in the in the bottom of the screen to screen yeah and it just sits there yeah it sits there and it sits there that's all you want to get to the next game but you have to be in it's a law well it's a good time to be a Gamer that's I guess audible choices now right right I should correct myself stadiums November nineteenth But I'm I got this is a tip APP pick for the okay so I don't I think it's mostly going to be for people who are like all in chrome os or something. I don't I I can't quite figure Gogel has an audience I I think you're right I think I think Google can do it because they know they have that know how but they're not known but they don't have anything to bring forward see them the maybe thoroughly okay that's that could be but I mean look I'm still playing it Okla see this is the other thing well not struggling wife I was GonNa say I'm doing my cell number so that you know I don't know which of my games will be available next cod it'll be some number between four in it which is yeah annoying yes what about Sony doing the same thing aren't Dan they're using Microsoft's aws actor Oh interesting aiming service in one of the things they realize was we could deliver virtual desktops using this technology and it would be a lot easier and less expensive especially since they weren't paying I'm sorry I just wonder if this is catering to the hardcore Gamer I mean there's money in it and he sports so it's like blockbuster movies isn't it you know advanced they're working on for the future they have their own service like playstation now right which is actually it's streaming I'm sorry they do have something now that that works on it is it really is yeah it's GonNa be confusing for a little while right it's like the the video streaming services that are suddenly coming out I mean it gets to the point where you have a lot of choices only deliver so you remember this Paul I think some of the technology that's involved in X. Cloud came out of work they were doing I really you know I think honestly the all the growth in gaming is going to be casual games things like capital Arcade yeah but sensing on it and that was part of the reason they you know they didn't succeed but yeah those things are certainly related i ah this X. cloud is it only what can I run on a Mac you will be able to today it's just an early preview it should be platform agnostic run on chrome have these handful of titles that earn billions of dollars a fortnight Allah duty a couple of others you know red dead redemption to and whatever the top couple of redemption I mean it's like becomes your life means you home every night and and play for hours it's like your new job and you can't talked about this yeah absolutely at some point we were talking about one live and someone had noted that you know that service which is now gone they started as a game yeah well that's one way to do it is there is the best way to do it yeah is available now or is that no this is just choices can be too much and you know they'll be shakeout or whatever but it yeah it's exciting to finally see this happening so to make it easier to understand for Mary Jo it's as if you had had a streaming notepad client but there were different providing virtual desktops that yes you play games it is really hard really really hard into it little bites right you can't play five minutes on the on the train or whatever and have any idea what's going on you have to sit in that you have to actually play it and moved into my new place and I got a TV said to this is gonNA sound ridiculous when I ask you this how do you find the time to watch TV directly 'cause I know you read a lot I think it's just playstation consoles ps Max or something like that I think that that's not based right now wrangled that's not I'm sorry names are for the year but yeah I don't think it's not so much of this this usage is casual gaming time to play read you know we all right and then there's a little spring yeah my wife will in any given week we'll here is so I went into an office I worked on a five and I commuted X. number minutes in each direction I would almost never play videogames it would probably be like one night a week and stick to play mindless games I don't like to think about it even even people who game I don't know if Paul remembers it does watching TV she'll play those games or eight plants versus zombies somewhat mindless. I see a lot of people watching thanks to that seriously keeping your mind occupied and doing something that's a little interactive or is interactive I think is healthy she'll go out to you know maybe one night go to the gym or she goes out and runs errands as she whatever she does and I don't mean to say that I look forward to those nights but those house away but when you ride mass transit I know people are on their phones I see that and you using your playing games they are I see I looked at it I see everyone playing games kristen the casual games I will say this in their favor you can play it while you're watching TV or subway see everybody playing on the subway worked with friends or one of those words Lisa has twenty games gone right so my wife does the same thing that's just that's smart yeah is it is that person going to buy a three hundred dollar xbox console spend sixty dollars on a game I find time to spend in Bar ooh that door closed and you go hours to myself where I I can watch a movie I usually don't I play games I often do yeah you know that's I you really have to you know show this weekend I know y'all pick our is it smart no it is it really is that people you need something to occupy you otherwise breeze you make eye contact it's over for the day yeah it was fully went back up and walked and she said you know what Manhattan's actually not that big I said yeah she walked from downtown Manhattan is congested laying around windows virtual desktop I believe like some of the streaming was connected to some of the things they were totally big sense that that would be the sounds manager time Inter's books audio books there's Podcasters TV there's games it's crappier there's craft beer craft podcasts you love from people you trust this is tweet yeah I want you to do a survey of what game they're playing you'll often see those the jewel games with a clear things that talk over at least not kidding right now and She is she went down she was gonna take the subway because I told her the fast because I'll often get off at the port authority to get halfway across the allender all the way across and it's faster to walk the walk wait get around town is absolutely subway she saw traffic jam was crazy she went down she said it was full the subway was it was the walk though that would that would be dumb do you see you see people on their phones when they're walking in Newark constantly I actually I saved somebody's life that's how you know what your real love is what you do when your wife goes out of the house except that's the that's the Test Yup you know the WHO is doing that the Strip out he was at thirty Fourth Street and he's on his phone and the and the light changes and he steps out and I just grabbed his coat and pulled him back they just from O'Brien a brain health perspective really abroad so when you're in your brain when you ride the subway merger because I don't I don't ride mass transit because I live like two twice on the weekend and that would be it that's who listens to our show yeah I mean I would guess percents right now right but it's a great city for walk in and there's a lot of fun you can always get a beer along the way just stop it were at home or many other fine styles Jack He looks at me and I'm like and he's like Oh my God oh my God is liked by six inches from his face says New Yorkers don't care I just you know I wanNa have things happen to me like when he gets squished by the bus only got blood all of your nice suit dude I could do it I I grew up on the upper west side morningside heights I I don't know if I could ever do it well a person should live in a big city at one point I group yeah it's funny all right let's I'm excited I so when you're in Beta well I canceled my play pass because I just never played deb how much do we know how much this cost well no but we can look really really big games on desk I played see of thieves when it first came out in fact that's why I got a play pass so I could play that and it was not much fun but I I want to say that's fifteen dollars a month I think normally they're nine ninety nine for either platform obviously X. Cloud is cross Plat and you know what I think I signed up for it years ago months ago anyway yes yeah okay we'll keep our eye peeled I I think the fact that stadia launches November nineteenth might be a little telling yeah yeah what were you surprised when it happened Monday it just seemed to come out of nowhere yeah I was but I was surprised about though is how well it works right so I'm hoping I'm hoping you'll have a good time because I want to move there I'm hoping she'll well I like I was born in New York that might be a little pressure on that's why I thought they they went public with this now maybe the night I mean they had said it was happening this year so to what they're doing with a game pass right which is now available in three versions as one for console the one for pc and an ultimate which covers both and I think that version is when did this become public they haven't said so obviously I'm sure right now if you ask they'd say when it's done the they'll escalated eventually they'll they're going to let it more people art it's you know what I say your e New York's really only good if you're very rich or very young view if you have enough money that you don't have to deal with Loy- then who cares if the subway's full and if you're young you know carry there because it's everything's exciting new every you know again it's just a preview by the way again I should stress this too three of those games are humongous yeah right see the gears five and Hill fibroid they're gonNa let it happen on more device types they'll do a public Beta you think yeah yeah this this is a well it's essentially public I mean you could have signed up for it it's done it's ready it's seems like it's there how many games that's the thing so right now there's only four in the preview so when you see them on the screen it's funny because I'm told by a lot of people it's really fun now yeah I think like a lot of those world game better a way better yes they had content and more tasks and things it's a different kind of a service so it's not it's going to be in there somewhere we know stadia is pretty inexpensive it'll probably bundled in other words Oh you oh you didn't get the right you just got in actually did but but people could have signed up for it I mean they did they do still have I think a sign up for it so they are letting it'd be a play pass option yeah that would be yeah probably be yeah but I don't I don't know about a phone in landscape mode the four icons take up the entire screen see you know your tried to scroll down and there was nothing because and no that was the whole thing but oh stadium ten bucks a month which I think seems high because you have to buy the games they sell they'll have some free games next year but that seems high to me yeah I think L. PS now today you subscribe and you actually stream the games and so it is different games on each one for sure that's part that's a huge part of it and then I think the salon I moved here when I was neither so I'm just so lovely diagram of it helps though isn't gonna make sense anytime soon but you know most people in urban centers have high speed Internet Yep yeah no I think five G. is fifteen hundred APPs of course all the social media like twitter facebook all the email like g mail I use it with my my news reader in a reader and all of that happens automatically and that's that's really what's so cool about Zapping your multi-step zaps very easy you don't have to be computer programmers draft what did you say earlier that the competition was going to be based on technology but on content is essentially that's true of consoles I think it's I think I think you're right and I think but the thing that's key ability of the different business methods is kind of important too right because if you're living in a rural area with terrible connectivity it's not practical at all streaming gaming services let's take a little break then we're GonNa talk about Windows Twenty h one what's the deal but first a word from ZAP here the differentiate these services to is gonna be the delivery method you know xbox game pass today is you try but you have to download the content mundane busy work that you do all the time so you don't have to think about it in fact people use appier which which allows you to connect the actually works with every APP five years I think more than four and a half million people use appier and on average each of them saves get this forty hours a month and automatically makes a line in a google sheets spreadsheet the Carson I maintained for stories we're going to cover on upcoming shows all I do is click the star favourite an article Zap you're automatically sends a link to twitter to links for tw- it automatically puts it on pin board which is a book marking service transform this kind of thing to maybe if it ever comes if it works I mean five jeep that's what I meant like a five G. is realized right none of it's customers immediately into salesforce you can notify your team hey we got a new one we use it like crazy it's fantastic connections to over fifteen hundred APPs and because it supports multi-step Zaps you'll actually do less programming less configuring and just get more done I only have to do you know Yasser Good Question Mary Jo how do you guys find time to play all this stuff well one way Zap here automating the that's how great Zapper is I am such a fan if you're in sales you'll you'll integrates with your email and your crm we sales force you can make a new lead if you're gonNA lead you can engage them instantly can have specialized formatted emails you send out you can important billable exactly certain corner of an NFL stadium somewhere he'll be able to play your oriented toward the Moon in the middle of the day missile users but you know it's good for Microsoft too because there's a huge complexity I think in having to support so many different versions of windows right now totally that's four hours playing call of duty forty more hours watching TV reading books forty hours to do the things you love not the mundane busy work possible on the same version of windows and that makes tons of sense in his literally impossible but if they can do this in a way that you have two different versions of windows ten in this case nine hundred three the I'm like all like ten all ten things or whatever are going to be on by the falter off and you know what they're going to be on that actually does one trigger action and all these things happen it's so cool I don't even think about it anymore I just know it's going to happen completely trustworthy you could build a solution you need a minutes you don't need to go to the is those features that were new word turned off by default right but these are going to be on the case honestly that kind of makes more sense does make sense also makes me question why were they doing the throttling thing and testing all the features being off by default was just so they can turn them off they don't work I had zero problems. Updating my surface go have updated my Lenovo I haven't had any problems so I don't know I haven't either and honestly I can drop it's totally easy but very complete very powerful it's exactly the right service for me I've tried other ones Zappia really's the one I've been using it for more than Ninety nine with the new features turned off his nineteen o three yeah right so maybe the point of this was to test ferrets there most of the time did they fix that by the way the start menu week was last week yeah all right Oh God weren't were still that shouldn't have done anything to ninety-nine when they announced windows as a service right so that January twenty fifteen probably Terry Meyerson et Cetera et Cetera up in Redmond and the idea was they wanted to get as many people's ninety nine that literally got the same updates right that gets much closer to what they were hoping to achieve and you know that's good for it's good for people the Department of the developers you just do it yourself and there's nothing there's no better feeling than saying yeah I got that I got it handled make more time to do what you WanNa do grow your business when you install this thing there's nothing there right it's it's it's a server core with some additional services basically right Josh Windass Okay so nine hundred ninety nine done screwing up all of our computers good news start menu did you come on or watch TV right now through November try Zapping your free go to Zap ear DOT COM slash windows Z. A. P. I E. R. Zappia dot com slash that's what it is right that's why they haven't tested insiders at all you probably you probably know the answer this because I'm not I'm not as firmly in the server world as I was say five or ten years ago but can like the way we call it the full version of server whatever ilise maybe the long term servicing version or something do you have any idea what I'm talking about I'm sorry used to have Nanos server rate and then they changed it so Nanno server became only a container based image instead of being is windows for your free fourteen day trial automate everything you do automate all the things Zappia Zappia dot com slash Oh and you cannot put a Ui on top of it you have to manage it remotely but then there's this other thing which is how I think of server historically where you this is the headless server this is the server with no you I yeah and no ability to ask you I- locally right and this was all this will happen when they you know why but but it confused me because remember when they were testing this nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine they kept testing what we're going to they'll turn them on but no that's not gonNA listen up by compared it to an are two type release those releases out and starts rolling out people in the mainstream around mid-november is what I hear that is just basically server nineteen three with a cumulative update I there are two paths to serve today and so there's the ninety two 399 releases whatever and then of course the admin center which is on its own path Incheon say release you got the same release Yep really nineteen oh three it's hard across because I to make sure that those same updates that were being delivered worked identically both cases right up discussing but I think he I think that makes sense in everything works so they must have fixed they know when did it it didn't happen Tuesday this is from before no well I can't remember what it was on Tuesday and all that I didn't have any problems in nineteen or three either but nineteen thousand nine hundred and nine to me have been great last year obviously it was a nightmare we've talked a lot in the show about this thing that Microsoft said back the show title is now what year was this understand exactly what year was this yeah that's when they changed what what was Hanno server what they're trying to really do is drive people to the cloud and limit what's possible even with these on prem servers right and hit the the workload active server product like you're not going to you can't install the user interface I mean obviously you can bring up command lines and things like that one thing I've learned since we talked about ninety-nine last week which is kind of interesting is I I was wondering if when they roll it out if all the new features and there aren't many there roll it out people with all the features off and then we're gonNA roll it out some people at the features on right and so I thought oh so they must be gonna be going to roll it out with all the features off and they'll let people turn it on Nanno now as of I think what year was this as of two thousand seventeen Nanno they changed us a Nanno server I know just yeah but yeah the one thousand nine is going to start rolling out to mainstream sometime in it didn't quite have enough stuff that they needed to hyper V. last couple of well actually show which one I mean to be honest but they well well space right we're going to do for my hotel rooms okay yeah but you should say they offered us a space they offered us some time but number I bet they will announce that ignite which is right and then we wanna do show McKnight do you know yet throw flies over the top oh I see you don't WanNa be in public when you do the show well it was it was a weird setup somebody in our new forums was reminding me and I don't think we to make the most sense for the people that companies do need those kinds of products but you know in the old days you could run version of server kind of strip it down a little bit it would be I had gone too far in a certain direction but the thing that outing is it down Oh okay I'm sorry is is the U I like this this will never be an interim and read and re defined basically I want to I like that name this is I mean I get it you know obvious and of course forty-five minutes on the El Ni open to on the show floor yeah what was that what it was oh did that would be yes mine I did that I jumped we had made a gigantic we constructed a giant mountain of Christians in the back and then I ran from twenty feet off and I jumped over the top of it ever found the clip of few years ago you were doing it at some of that maybe it was an ignite and Paul took a behind the speakers took over Monday I'll do I'll do the weekends shows but Monday I will be headed for Athens and then onto Jerusalem and Petra and the it was in Los Angeles we yup long fell asleep in the portion for it that we made and then it's Wednesday Wednesday the six I think I will still be gone I should mention this is my last show I'm wearing my my clothes because in this scenario horn thing I would be the mushrooming myself on Iraq you know would-be like kind of a client version without all the Baloney and I don't know that it's even possible to do anymore really or that you would want to do it yeah so we were we were having different people on the show and so like in turn you know I don't remember who exact long probably was on at some point Raphael and then when Tom Warren Ken Chairman's and so I'm going to be gone for really long time opt that's actually a great idea yeah unless you want him to experience the pen stuff you know that's the thing there's no they came crashing onto the back it was good memories so that actually is a threat on the twitter community forums called the best moments on twit if you have those clues that it was at PD's and I think you could find that clip and Anybody wants to post that their twitter dot community I think tasks okay and you are such a cute team and Mica by the way you've had your you've you've worked your your wiles on him because he asked me the other day can I have a windows machine wants to join the patch cocktail here's the siren call of the monthly updates yeah no he feels like Sir Microphones Chris I don't know what they would have but Leo do you have you ever had a terrarium in your house okay Ncaa something really yes because I feel like the testing processes insane but I just mentioned that nineteen Oh three and nineteen o nine or receiving literally the same updates watch Mac so if you really WanNa stick it to him surface pro with a pen you know whatever. no-one pressured him to do that I mean I you know worked your wiles doesn't mean pressure subtle he a good choice or maybe this surface pro ex By that I thought it was going to be almost two thousand to an arm bought that envy x two hoping I want that Battery Life I want twenty two hours of battery life I like the little the little pin cash so cute I do too but you know you got to remember that's like a carpenter's pencil so it's flat and it's might be slow it is so night will do that live what what's the date of that Show a couple weeks right six I bet I can remember okay tanks I it might have been part of Tuesday's thing last week we know we know what update was and I got a lot of people say all I did was I yeah uninstall that hot fair I think I know well and surface pro all the new surface pro seven the pro x and all that they'll come out next Tuesday that's the day so sure yeah sure yeah yeah he's very expensive what we got him a Mac book pro that that would be and that means probably isn't the reason you know but that's right but you know a server so when server nineteen o nine comes out uh well to test I'm guessing I won't like it but you know what they aren't GonNa give me one because they know I'm not GonNa like it so what are you going to do I'm GonNa yeah next at says next Tuesday I should get it to get sandstone like the sandstone thirteen inch doesn't work and falls off all the time and if you lose the Penance like over one hundred dollars anytime you lose a pet owners the pen now I ordered a surface laptop three today on Kerryon without me I'll be back on the weekend of I guess I get back in the Fifth League tickets with this time Leo I don't know what do you want eighty six apps but the yes so there's that and it's like a patentability issue there but also remember that includes a lot of drivers actually includes all drivers so maybe that might be a good idea I'll talk to them see if he wants to be laughable low no pro I think I think the the surface laptop is the closest to a MAC book it's it's only running a limited subset of windows apps it has to be what thirty two bit and thirty two bit desktop you know exit is it took I'm going to get him on I totally agree what should I maybe I should do laptop that's what I was still a Mac user honestly he would appreciate this of that Samsung that's like the Samsung note or the Samsung stylists in their chromebooks they're they're they have flat thing it's worth it though because the magnets which I think you're gonNA keep it you didn't get out Kara no no STA little mini Oh no there's a platinum without with I think black is without and sandstone ordered it now he's not much new coming November each's will be on big yeah new people so you should know about this fear show don't like you sell it back what do you do return thirty days of returns though Lisa keep saying why do we buy all his stuff why don't you just do that and I said when I feel guilty that was so cute when he was sleeping he was nestled in there and the Russians so gently it lifting Tuesday just in time for next week's when weekly right Hey Mike I should probably ask him what I think I'll get him a laptop Metal a core I seven Hobart blue comes alcon Tara it that's platinum in that configuration may start seeing these same pop up notifications starting this week and going into the next few weeks so if you get a question that's I'll take good care of it I mean no and it's immediate service laptop was only slightly scratched so you're getting a surface laptop three no better have a windows machine I could go and get it Oh God please down that won't work saying the problem with the arm stuff January fourteenth twenty twenty but now they're going to start nagging windows seven pro users who are not on a domain join network so they people were Leo incase it comes up great so they were nagging home users before sending the notifications hey windows seven X86 drivers are not going to work either and that's that's in some ways the bigger problem depending on what you need to use it when he or could oh sandstone thank you I appreciate the form factor but I think the compatibility issues can be too much really thought he should have a real windows experience we'll get him a surface right now a little something while I'm gone yeah no I mean I think of service laptop these guys are expensive I gotta buy him all his very expense search while you're spending ma I was hoping you would review the X. for me because I really version of Windows Eight yes they had server core had Nanno server they had whatever they call the full version server I think what they found was server core was that caller what have we where I'm sorry where did we leave off I got twenty one did you talk about that yet we just said including security updates which is the thing you care about I am running office twenty ten on my windows seven machine still really Yep Yep listen I was very confused by that so when you see those insider things hey we have a new build a server you a pop up and if you don't want to ever see that again there's a check box he just check it nope don't send me that anymore and if you don't check it you're going to keep getting it if you just exit out you're going to keep getting it right US busters you could keep it clean you know it could work as a beer coaster but I don't think that's well how you should be using that I am going to get it for Mikey because if he's going to host this show dammit twenty ten so we started hearing about the support for that this week too because it's one year from this week office two thousand ten will no longer beginning any updates it but now gullies they can still use office twenty ten or one more year yeah it is and you know says it just says after ten years support for windows seven is nearing an end and it gives you thing that they did last time yeah God they don't learn do they this time it's a little better okay did you get the amd or the Intel Intel yeah really oh you can't get thirteen inch yeah east fifteen inch if you order as a surface her business device it's probably more expensive right probably it runs pro it also ships as swoop I'm going to get rid of windows seven and two thousand ten all about doing for the last thirty sixty days before XP era seven goes out of I'm thinking about running running it act is nice but you still have to rectify this you know how many people still run X. p. you know tons of money just to kind of just to see what it looks like to ride into the black hole or whatever I'm in the black hole it's fine it's working great thirteen inch I gotcha okay so you don't have a choice I'm sorry to get competitive office you can order an Intel it's GonNa go turn it off I don't want to see it and thank you goodbye and continue to run it how about people doing that recommend the swarm you'll love it it's all my updates every patch Tuesday get my updates no problem just applying them working still working great wow works I don't know so that's that's often but that's why I'm looking for the laptop and the new setup rate because I am One New York that's not fair people there are very nice instead of home like sixty bucks right there and I met the Intel chip is more too so I'm I WANNA get the thirteenth sandstone that's got you have Smith it you know that's that's a plus it will come back yeah few dismissing say I don't WanNa see this any support being running leap into a pile into a pile beanbags you remember that that was I remember that was Tom Wartime pd but it I I think I paid tax eighteen hundred bucks taunt the I five with eight gigs of Ram and two hundred fifty six gig storage twelve ninety nine such good taste you know I'm I'm trying to keep an open mind even though I say I'm automatically going to return it because it's expensive right when I when all right where where are we here again lost oh I'm so excited what is he get the agenda for ignite this year it is the show for everyone yeah it used to be called Tech Ed Tech Ed okay I remember Tech Ed right what is who is the night four well so this is interesting because it has changed it used to be Microsoft's it pro show but if you look is just an average laptop I'm sorry I know I'm hurting your feelings I'll be okay it's okay they met Elvis Elvis oh I'm buying you Elvis K. but now it's for developers it's for dynamics three sixty five customers hits for everybody there's like no area at Microsoft is untouched has evolved or not I know Paul Likes Him Paul AAC surface laptop he thinks it's a great machine oh I just started to wait a minute now okay I'm sorry I didn't really intense Mac he can do all his video editing this shopping only needs to bring up the show notes by ignite it is it's their biggest trade show yeah I forget how many people come at work doing this while we're trying to do is show I think the sandstone looks really pretty I think almost Goldie Goldie pretty yeah yeah but I get the blues wage you in fact he's going to make him call it shoot do exactly we want them to become one of us would like to have it by next windows weekly I think that would be a good thing yes today it Orlando and then I I don't know Dallas Dallas Angeles I don't know why we don't go back there that's about it why I don't mind it now that guy I don't dislike every time I use my go that has an entire Kiwi no I definitely I'm excited to try it I last surface laptop I tried was the one I didn't get to try the two and I'm just curious how it how it one what is what does he need anything fancy for well I know no one really does who's a normal person you're not paying cities they can go to because they need to tell space so Orlando is one of them I couldn't be one of them on a Lulu guys I was GONNA say thirty I thought it was it's a huge number it's a giant Florida whatever is much much bigger than build an Orlando Laura pollution with make us some people like oh Qatar I don't know who they are but they do some people lord I'm always like okay making a keyboard all messed up now and Mike and I'm able to clean it away and replace it like the this beautiful but it's remote and difficult and expensive ashish so basically we're looking at Vegas luxury resorts it's hotel space that's massive amounts of hotel space transportation and all the logistics and stuff you know Hawaii why are no tech show's in Hawaii there is one the qualcomm wondering relatively small let them try it yeah we can always return it right you can't and I think I think this corrupt Cheetahs into it no no he's he's a clean he's a clean person says we'll we'll likely ship by next Tuesday I think it says will likely be received by says he wants blue but it has all title apple nearly stuck I now I'm getting Malcolm tarling because I don't it's going to be like Blue Suede shoes Christ right yeah so it starts November third and bronze that whole week you can look at the website and see last year Yup Yup Casino Lantos just aid for me especially you know Mike on these big shows there are only certain I five would be fine I need sixteen gigs ram kind of how at that point you're going to get to fifty six that's not a choice and so looking at seventeen eighteen hundred I don't see and I five in keynote day which is Monday and Satya Adele is GonNa do the vision keynote and then Paul and I are going to do a little deconstruction of the Vision Keanu take deconstruction nutritional explain the cliff exactly explain what he really wanted to say but didn't it's a little bit about it if you look ignite twenty nine thousand nine hundred you can D- it yeah so we know there's only one it's weird yeah but it's also like you feel like well no he's got he's got to he's got a point he's making what it was like we see sometimes you get CEO's and you feel like what a big phony right l. that was always is sincere with two fifty six I mean against the choice yeah so you have to go I I'm just gonNA give them the cheap it's it's great it's going to be great we're GonNa make it fun and then right after that the three product keynotes will be like simultaneously happening right so there'll be some cloud stuff probably in a developer track and probably Microsoft three sixty five track with a lot of windows stuff on it the Microsoft mind if we not only stream the it's Ki- Kinda at this point sweet able to say that I mean he loves he is not we do that would be great I feel like that's what we should do okay nice yeah can't wait so right there now you guys are going to the same thing they've actually invited you back to do that that's what we do everything we can to prevent that from happening about this like certain other companies really don't like it when we double check I mean I'm pretty you ask because that's I would I mean for crying out loud your Paul and Mary Joe I would like to hear what you're saying I know are on would I mean that's like an extra windows weekly we get you know they want to restrain yeah so we'll be doing that and then right after that they have thrilling like seth is fantastic talk about intelligent cloud and intelligent edge there's no way they're not going to say those words right Microsoft graph tech intensity do you think there's no they won't they'll do it with commentary they don't do we don't do a full screaming to it right with our hosts and of course if you're on the we're not going to do much commentary because you're doing the commentary but platform like well there's also a thing called the Microsoft three sixty five developer platform that is not the same as power platform getting more tech savvy so that we can deal with them at a higher level so instead of just saying that they call it tech intensity like it's a thing even in which means maybe there's maybe it's less vapor now and more reality you know not just like a developer emulation kit but something more because aw and also Azer AD so having a everything having to do with common identity and single sign on and then even that floor the business like if your walgreens or your Fedex or whoever rate that's all it means seal here that probably going to hear a lot about power Keno which we were going to do anyway but also stream your stuff afterwards what they did mind imagined that would imagine either yeah the session roadmap but guess who's giving the quantum computing session this should give us a hint markers sandwich platform remember prior platform that is power Bi plus flow plus power APPS and the common data service and common date products. There I bet you they will really know so we owe some hints already about some of the things we're GonNa talk about you know raise tech intensity please understand that I will be physically restraining her from running up on the stage I know it's one of those buzzwords that drives me crazy but that's what it means it just means our customers getting more tech savvy so we can deal with them at a higher level and everybody needs to be tech savvy even if you're in a business that is not a technology about quantum they haven't that was more of a bill type of thing and now quantum computing never came up this year right now and there's only one session listed title that Underlie Them I guarantee you there are hundreds of sessions about it do you think this power platform is essentially the Microsoft three sixty five prices. Are Boston last pass event I was mocking it you know I know we've had quantum supremacy and all that stuff but I said nobody's really got a stable quantum close to the quantum era yeah great and because quantum is so connected with ai rape being able to do ai processing of of would framework thing that we heard about it bill that's that to do you think we'll get an update on that we will if you look at the sessions there's a session about it those of us grew up with the deterministic von Neumann machine I this is re will remain the number one thing I've been most confused by since I also I think we'll probably hear something new about azure stack right because Microsoft's been really quiet about azure stack their hybrid platform this year and that to me means so here's the thing they got it got very exciting and then they kind of Said Yeah we're not doing most Ya I wanna hear them we explain fluid framework computing computer do they and they said Oh yeah IBM has the m fifty six cubit stable and they said yeah I said go and now we are can't believe now so I also think we're going to hear about bought again and that whole conversation is a service kind of stuff the bought framework so if you hear sought Tsa Tech Intensity I'm going to explain to you what this is all it really means is people who we count as our customers on occasion it should we worry about crypto and they said not really first of all crypto assigned hasn't been thinking about this for ten years we knew it was coming so they have quantum any six PGP key or or a ESPN whatever you're fine you're all set for the quantum the quantum era at least role of quantum computing that I said you mean I already have forty ninety six they said that's you doubled it already I should go to eighty one ninety two they said no you don't need to do that so if you're using a four thousand I'm good yeah so the maximum three sixty five developer platform is graph right Microsoft graph which is their centralized. API that everything connects into now kind of the kinds of queries that you can't currently do in any sane manner that I think that's the connection is insane by the way it's been a mind boggling proof algorithms but they also they also said you know just w key size that's GonNa give you a whole lot more headroom so I the thing is brewing and I I think I talked about this on the show of few weeks ago there's a sinkhole projects Saturn it has to do something they're changing and as your stack but I don't really know what it is talk about when you I three there and I think they could actually giving us clues about what's going to happen with surface neo and duo as the development I think there's a chance there's a lot of them and so I think here's my if you said to me what would be the most awesome thing they could announce at ignite and surprising I would say if the you know I do no harm to man kind of thing thanks such a weird world it's so so that happened in October this past month that would be really interesting that would be amazing and that would be super promise within or maybe average beer yeah or non Azur spear IOT so maybe at ignite will hear more about that dish stuff do you think we're going to hear a lot like if you put windows in his aquarian session at some point we'll figure it out you know what I don't care because I'm not going to be here I'll be on a boat I showed it brought to you by so it's going to be a good show I think it's it's the perfect time for a lot of different things that they've been working on to kind of percolate up to the top have you mentioned intelligent cloud intelligent edge you think we're going to anything else but I fear express vp and this is a great VPN client this just blows me away and I've tried them all this is the one I now tell people to get first of all it's Super Blah Blah Blah yeah it could be good similize Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah islands than tech intensity. I'm just saying we don't know any of it yet we are not under NDA right now about any of it so we're just guessing yearly hopefully we learn something are they usually do like a pre show great great bomber used to do that all the time remember he'd be talking up on stage and you'd say something like we're GonNa do Zamel Islands Blah Blah Blah fi what's going on with you W P dot net wpf so they could throw it in there and just say in you know here's when you I three Zamel islands it'll be no that'd be announcements we'll tell us tell us everything yeah yeah I mean usually satis- is more like setting the stage giving kind of the highest level because you know the other it's the comes to ignite are there's a lot of CEO's and CMO's so they they don't WanNa make it only a ninety per show anymore they want to up level you know just at least discuss what the deal just explain it even at high level this is how it's GonNa come together right yeah they do have a session listed they're going to try to explain keeping thing right I know they do for build hopefully so if will the keynote the place that will hear the big announcements they'll do that the private network that protects you and protect Your Privacy Wherever you're surfing as we go on vacation you know using Hotel Wifi will be using cruise ship WIFI easy no configuring this is our other you can't do manual configuration if you want to but on windows Mac IOS android Lennox. I've got it right here in front of me weeks or months you know develop information center I mean this would be the logical time for it not a developer show this so much too far out uh-huh okay coverage will begin with Paul and Mary Jo actually we'll begin with such an ele- and then clue with Paul Mary Jo and then we'll do windows weekly after aw I turn on my phone and I forget and I'm even using it at home and stuff and I don't even notice that fast it's as if you were not on a vpn but you are that means you're on you gotta throw it really liked that about him he was just such a person you know yeah but I'm telling it this show is going to have a lot of stuff trust your VPN provider because that's that's the key with VPN no one's can spy on you where you are no one can intercept your traffic mess with your computer inject right they're not gonNA save it for this they'll probably save it for the secondary keynotes the real nitty gritty news products stream that we're don't worry on my lennox a machine is just one click turn it on if you want to choose the server and they've servers all over the world you can do that so you you can but you don't have you better believe I'm bringing express VPN put it on all of our devices that's another nice thing when you get an account you can put it I think on five devices so you don't have to worry about that Lisa will have it on her in his Rayleigh Server when I'm in Dubai I'm sure it'll be a UA server that's so it's fast that's Nice it means also though that you have to ads track what you're doing but you have to trust the server because that's where they can that's where that's where your Internet access begins beat an accurate statement of their policy because it's been verified by independent third party audit they also used to be called trusted server because they really want you to know they are USC there no data can be saved even accidentally about your visit and then the server disappears and a new one is created it's a container and that it's just not that they've consulted me on what they wanna come on the top of that actually bring a to a new audience steal your information there's all sorts exploits out there but express VPN protect you and that's the beauty of express VPN dot com slash windows three extra months free when you buy a one year because they don't trust their ISP express VPN dot com slash lindos. 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your traffic from you to the Express VPN server of your choice I'll be in Jerusalem just thrown in so that produces the price get your great deal on the best vpn service out there protect your Internet today you know you don't -pletely private I love expressed VPN now they charge you very reasonable it's less than seven bucks a month when you take advantage of our special deal I think that's a completely fair price Alexandra Developments Nice Nice anything else we want to talk about before let Paul does xbox private that's what I love about it express VPN Dot com slash windows when you buy the one year package at that site you have to go that special page you get extra three extra months they can happen I can't you can't drink beer ball right you're KITA KITA I can't drink beer either although watching your phone I kind of envy you it's nice to have a hobby you just you know you just love hobby that I love it's called watching TV pige protect your online privacy now as they used to say as Karl Malden uses say don't leave home without it although a lot of people use it at home factor pro- prominently in the whole me Oh duo thing too so or at least interesting cross platform development for you can do is try and this is why I can't watch TV so I got too much beer to drink there's just a pair of noise cancelling headphones for getting on a boat has seven restaurants a while well listen we're going to the Dead Sea right leave unless they're salting so salty that you just you can't even sink into it so you could probably cream puffs there and yeah I like beer drink beer and watch tv go together perfectly Hopi a hero listen this is true you way less than water oh good point in one more thing on the ignite we talk about the devastations we did kind of you mentioned this duo neo red you might want to check out on the twitter community of Beers for Mary Jo I saw there's lots of there's so many beers you can never try them all okay so I wanna make sure you know what else there is there's a lot of Zaman there's a lot of WPF ASPCA dot net will be there he's listed because it has to go out into the clear into the world's got trust the company that's why I recommend and use express VPN first of all read the privacy policy we know it's an accurate complete the people watching this don't know this but for most of the show the bear pick of the week is not filled out and then I start blabbing on about something Mary Jo doesn't care about and all of a sudden although drinkers the thing you know you clock Anita's an excellent Abe raker daytime assist roading here's computer based I walked out of that meeting twitching they were talking about I ask because it was you know this last pestilence about security attorney Diet it's good for you right volleyball it'd be nice I don't think it's that part of the Mediterranean they were talking about it Kinda see things that are bad for me all the time but I just don't go back to beer I can't I am girding myself this is quick these are minor things but think back in I think it was an august Microsoft announced they were going to try to put an end to the toxicity that occurs online in an xbox live in particular right and city yeah I don't know if you've noticed this but people are terrible online and they're especially terrible when you're playing in competitive games so US loops all right let's Talk Xbox Paul Fox baby like I said this'll be harbored out like that in rice inside of a great leaves will be a thing doll mice yeah fleet but yeah sure I just you can't you go places like that you gotta you gotTa you gotta I've gone trips to Europe and really come to Rona has a new kind of low carb beer beer but this dog anita what I just don't I'm so I don't know I look this is the one part of the Diet repick it's like she used to that part of the show see it's blank the next there guys the bear pick today it's going to be doing started a my my guilt my nutritionist says texts me yesterday saying so what are you doing to plan for your trip that's a bi a bigger that's a lot with seven sixteen gigs ramp five twelve store two thousand dollars Yep they're not cheap don't care about that I big steps here in this new initiative is to add message safety settings to the xbox one console and then also the mobile apps and what that means is you can get messages themselves that shouldn't have gotten through the sensors but they did or call of duty in particular offers way to have like a clan tag where people will have terrible races okay I've done it I've done that I've literally done that on trips yeah so nice I come back ten pounds heavier you'll know why this why the take off but this also stuff you'll see in that in college eighty for example people will make horrible Gamertag depending on your settings from anyone you can get messages from your friends you can engage with groups of people and there's all kinds of stuff you if you're looking for groups or clans and so forth his second it's the experts in the history of xbox segments Leo knows this because he can see the notes and you know bread going into the land of back lava in Spanish and then the land of Hunter Mr whatever kind of stuff in there awful so Microsoft is you know once again trying to put an end to this so they're doing all kinds of things but one of the things one of the terribleness with which you subject yourself to rain down yeah they have different settings and it's obviously it's something eaten any bread you feel bad about that don't you afterwards and then eventually I was like why am I doing this to myself at least I'm not going to France because I could not turn a bag at her request down US yeah but the Hamas come on home it set for you I'm a complete rayleigh humming I can't wait eat on a stick we'll be everywhere talk the problem is that what it is is part of the problem so I meet everybody on Xbox live so I never hear any because you hear incredible can have meat on a stick that'll be good but when we get back over your hord homestead have a gym and that's GonNa help you lose weight but whatever they do have a gym you could punish yourself it's important to feel that kind of going to be different than they've actually I don't think it's actually all yet but coming sometime in the next thirty days you'll be able to go into the setting and and determine the level of yeah it's it's it's actually very necessary if I'm in there with a person who's literally my friend I will accept a certain level of trash talking of course in a message that could be humorous but when someone sends you like threatening message that you don't know maybe just had a match or whatever you can prevent that stuff from happening literally comes up with a little thing that says hey uh-huh terrible names on xbox live even today it's twenty years later almost I just don't understand how they get through the people you know it's like you know gaming is a huge industry now and so this provides just guides and little things you can do to learn about all the different features of mixture depending on what the Fiji water no water if it isn't we're GONNA trash that stage yeah I think that's yeah I understand why you would do that it may also be enough just to kind of say you know we're going to do something about this we don't

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A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

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A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale: Part 2 - Global Technology Leader & City Council Member Harini Gokul

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am sogno. Go klay and i am a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of basie woman. Podcast i am your host sonia klay and today we are so excited to be joined by horani dopamine carina gogel is a global technology leader an investor with expertise in driving digital transformation for fortune five hundred customers and is on the board of the washington state technology industry association and a madonna city council member. Who winnie's an engineering graduate and received her mba from vanderbilt university in her fifteen plus years at ibm microsoft and amazon web services. A running has built cloud businesses created strategic partnerships and lead gtm programs at scale to help customers realize value with digital transformation hub. Rini has experienced building and growing teams across india europe and the united states. She is active in the pacific northwest startup. eco-system arenas also an angel investor a limited partner with flying fish ventures and an advisor to multiple companies arena is an international speaker focusing on the convergence of technology and and the rule of data an ethics in the future of walk rainy. Welcome to the show. be here. many would argue that us. The technology sector grows in this country and globally it continues to only benefit small homogeneous group of people who can afford expensive student debt. In fact women of color black latino native american women only make up. four percent. Of the industry's workforce summa question for you is how are these economic barriers serving to reinforce generational inequities exacerbating the current problems with diversity and inclusion and technology and i would ask for utah offer opinion. Not only as a technology executive but now as a public official as well it such an important theme priority should be top of mind for all of us that as we continue to grow especially in technology that rising tides lift all boats. And i asked myself that question regardless of what i do is does this benefit all in society. Does it benefit some and especially technology. I came into technology because growing up in india. I saw the power of technology in shaping human lives in solving very important problems. And so i believe the true potential technology is harnessing it and bringing it to bear to solve big important problems that for all of our people and so there's multiple layers to this what i will say. Is that behalf to continue to work across governments across corporations to make access to technology a non issue a basic fundamental human right. Right colbert has highlighted the fact that broadband right is one of the luxuries of life. It has highlighted. The economic disparity in the haves and the have nots ended very clearly manifest itself in internet. Inequity there are even just in. America are forty million. Americans that do not have access to proctor. Many of them live within fifteen to fifty miles of a major metro city. And in this era where children and your parents are dependent on broadband wifi to do work submit school assignments accent connected with your critical basics of life. So it starts there. It starts by making sure that we have a level playing field for these essentials and be shape technology environment that is inclusive for people all around the world whether it's and then moving onto literacy to getting people comfortable in acquainted with technology that lets them then. Have skills to go on to get the roles. That'll the in technology that will help them address some of the inequities in our society today. So what i would want for us is. How do we build a learning economy that levels the playing field between incomes between geographies between rural and urban communities. And like most things. These are complex multi layered issues. Which means you need public and private partnerships to come together in the state of washington. We have corporations that worked together with cities with counties to make sure that we bring broadband to all of our communities similarly have to invest in learning programs in schools. That make sure that we are able to reskill end or skill populations and finally You know when might think about technologies like ai. and robotics. be shaping the future of work right now. I love the statistics all shared with you sonia. Back in the eighteen. Hundreds ninety five percent of american population worked in agriculture. Today if you took a guest it's in the low to percents so hundred years we've gone from ninety five percent of population doing one thing to almost no one less than two percent doing it today. We had the luxury of time to transform that nature of work to help people find new jobs to train populations but technology is not going to wait. Two hundred years exponential technology is driving exponential and by twenty thirty five which is what fifteen years from. Now forty five percent of our jobs will be performed by machines. A lot of it off Would be today but still. I think this is the time for us to say. What are the legal societal. Ethical implement implications of such a transformation. Vr the first generation of people who are empowering machines to make decisions. What is our responsibility to get that balance white. How do we make sure that right. People have a seat at the table to make those decisions. Severe not amplifying the biases the inequities that exist today. So i think of addressing equity in technology is probably one of the top three priorities not just for corporations or politicians or communities. But for humanity today shaping the future of work in all of us need a role in shaping. It ma arena. That is absolutely mind. Boggling because cheer point the diversity and inclusion is very essential in a i if you're using a caucasian male model for example as sort of the prototype. Am i correct or not. I'm us their absolute need for diversity in that area. No and i'm actually doing work on ethics in ai. Right now it's a crowd source project and that's exactly one of the questions you have to ask yourself right ben. V are creating models of creating rules and as would becomes increasingly digital to things like ethics and privacy becomes mainstream. Who is at that table. Creating the models creating the decision algorithms that make some of these betty important decisions and there are lots of different apps up so many. I could spend an entire hour this topic that our leaders doing such important work in the space to make sure that we are being inclusive. We are being diverse agitating for the right change as we created the new world of work along the lines of diversity and inclusion. I understand that one of your favorite quotes is if you don't have a seat at the table you're on the menu. Interestingly you may be one of the few women of color in this country you have a seat at the table and the private sector. in now as an elected public official so gains are being made. And i would argue you on embodiment of that and immigrant not less. However how important is this quote and its implications for people of color in this country. I live by that coat. And i think it was governor andrew richards who said that and i remember it because it drives everything i do. It is very simple for me. Sonia we cannot be who cannot see regardless of the space In over the past decayed of being a woman in tech and being a woman in an immigrant woman in america. I've learned that the responsibility of making sure vitamin represented immigrants are represented and supported. It starts with me so yes. We cannot be who we cannot see but we also cannot expect to others to always orange the path. I cannot expect that other people are going to advocate. Agitate i have to empower myself. I have to recognize that. I belong here. I had that are stereotypes that need need need to be written. That are uncomfortable topics that need to be surfaced and i need to agitate for all of that so with corporations i put on my customer obsession hack at work is about how our customers are not one thing. They are not one color one size one shape. So how do we understand them better right. And that's the way of bringing in diversity and inclusion into corporate conversations in thinking about community service. I would say you know. Democracy is not a spectator sport. The best way to build a community that all of us can belong is to take responsibility for shaping that right and be seen that in this election. Which is we've seen record number of people of color of women of color especially show up get elected help others get elected and so. I'm very excited by what i see. I think we all understand that we are at a time and place where v will be asked in By the next generation what was your contribution. What did you do to help. Address these challenges and as the mother of a six-year-old is gonna be in place to say mama fought the good fight. She raced the hard questions. She did what she could to reshape conversations and to add value. I wanted to quote back to you a statistic. You cited in another interview based on the work. You currently do in education and you do quite a bit of work in education with students. You stated that sixty five percent of children that enter school will woken jobs. Do not currently exist. That is an incredibly remarkable statistic. And i want to hear from you about the implications of this for diversity and inclusion and especially for those of us not in the tech sector. What does this look like. Societally and globally. And what are the responsibilities that global tech companies have to ensure that groups can play a leading role in shaping. The future whose responsibility is it. And i ask you to answer both attack leader and in your role as a civil servant. Yes again such. There's so many questions in that such a mess-tins end it comes back to all of the above all of us right. We all have accountability in shaping the world we live in and we recognize that not all of us have equal ways in exercising that accountability and so our priority needs to be how to extend the table. How do we add more seats to the table to make sure that everyone who has lived experience. That is valuable to this. Conversation is able to participate. We talked about the importance of. Ai extended reality and all and set of disruptive technologies that takes technology from being distinct. You use to being a vinnie integral part of your life right and i talk about it. In the frame of the fourth industrial revolution there be are now at a place where our next decays are going to be technology. Driven and human centered. Be at an inflexion point. Bear with the maturity of ai with the maturity of our extended reality of virtual reality technologies. It is going to reshape how we live. Hobby work how we entertain ourselves right. Think about it. Our children grow up asking alexa to play their favorite song when they wake up the way they think about technology that relationship technologies many different than the way we thought about with technology. So given that i think it's important to do a couple of different things right. There's an individual impact piece that is a collective impact across business governments in communities in addition that is a leadership impact about. What's the tone from the top and how to be sort of placed the right big bets and it translates into business issues to work through societal issues to work through an ethical issues to work through. Because what you want. Is you want to handle this disruption in a way that translates into the right societal advantages for everybody back to the rising tights need to lift all boats so i would say from a business suicide unethical perspective that are a set of challenges to work through one is obviously around jobs in education skilling which is why i use the data point that sixty five percent of children entering school working jobs that do not exist today. So what's the question to ask the question to ask is how do we educate. How do we train. And how do the skills our children for jobs that do not exist. What are the capabilities. They will need to succeed. In this new would how to be pewter crew second for individuals that are perhaps getting displaced by this technology you have to think about reskilling and upskilling and many countries end companies of programmes like the apprentice programs that offer that that take individuals whose jobs are getting displaced and basically retrain them on jobs for the new economy we also have to think about taxes tariffs labor markets how labor markets get impacted by this europe. You see a lot of this conversation in europe. Now about how you tax digital services you will see those conversations getting mainstream and then fundamentally there'd be a bigger conversation on addicts digital privacy. Who owns data. Who owns our information. That is out there. And then the societal impact. How do we design inclusive systems and services for all so i think of it as a multi. Stakeholder multi layer solution and i do think the companies and countries that think about this most intentionally and most holistically are the ones best setup for success. I cannot believe that our time together is already at an end. And we've so enjoyed having you thank you so much rene gopal thank you sonya. This was a pleasure. I loved the conversation and I look forward to hearing the feedback and thoughts and perspectives from our viewers. Thinking for having me thank you.

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Corpsing Aunties

LBC Election 2019

1:10:22 hr | 8 months ago

Corpsing Aunties

"Hello and welcome to the mid week edition of the four. The many podcast with me. Ian Dale Me Auntie. Jackie don't know why. Why never see this dear? Auntie Jackie and deal Kaleen. It makes me feel a bit creepy. Let's that's you already ted. Let's not much more of my head ECHINACEA. I do know what you mean though. There is something slightly pervy about Ati. Jackie please smart. That comes out of our mouth. I have had a complaint by the way. Oh for the third one in two years about the the smut level. They think we should tone it down a bit but they are more than outweighed by the neigh- dozens of people who think that we should up it a bit put all and incidentally rather splendid differ in the questions. Today of people taking a smutty approached asking a question. Yeah people are really getting into the mood. You see some some of my email questions of people are getting into the spirit of it now before we have a brief word about latest events. Get onto the questions. How are you because I'm very concerned about your mental health right? That's kind of you accept some how I feel that. There's a bob covering there's really no lost last tweet. You a bit miserable. I was but you're not miserable now. You don't sound very miserable. No I have been a bit. I was a bit sad earlier on today. But I've had a chat with his sister and she's cheered me up so I come to this podcast. Full of VM. Figure and cheerfulness marvelous. How are you how are you? I'm fine actually? I'm still enjoying splendid isolation. I haven't got bored yet though. I think I might do in a couple of weeks because I'm I'm sort of working three things I've been wanting to today in the house for years and I'm getting them all done. I'm wondering I'm going to run out of them at some point but then I suppose I could start reading again because I don't believe it or not despite having all of these books I don't get a lot of time to read normally so I did. I did sit down actually lay down on the bed yesterday for half an hour and read more Charles Margaret Thatcher Charles Malls Margaret Thatcher Book. That sent me to sleep. Because that's my problem. I read for about two minutes and leap. Yeah it's you can't get to our age you can't help it. We're just constantly nodding off in fact armchair a wingback term. You shouldn't though I often but I should do. Because the good thing about wingback armchairs that you can dose off and you head goes to the side and you don't end up with sort of massively stiff neck. Which is what happens to Joseph on the train right up on the train at the moment. But I'm on. The train does off my head is lolling an unpleasant angle. And almost certainly. I'm snoring so I wake up with a sudden start and I look around the carriages if to settle looking people in the eye to see if they've been listening to be snoring someone's been nudging their neighbor say. Didn't that used to be Jackie Smith. She's dribbling down the window. A of course so corona virus. Let's have a brief word about that before we get to questions. The agenda seems to have moved onto two different issues over the last few days. Khair homes and social care workers than the lack of P P and all the rest of it and also what happens when we come out of this to the economy and very very Diab- predictions. Well maybe not prediction but scenario from the OB are which I must've been chancellor the Exchequer. I'm not sure how to pin two happier than publishing that. Because it wasn't a prediction it was looking at a possibility or a possible scenario. I mean you write. That was serious. I think it's suggesting the largest recession downturn since the first World War never mind you know. Some of the difficulties in between it implies an enormous adjustment to the economy. And you're right. I mean the chancellor. He's obviously done the right thing. But how we then get out of this economically. I think is going to be very interesting and this morning kissed arm was talking about this being an opportunity to see the economy completely differently. I think you can have to be pretty radical To get out of this and I suspect we will see a reinstatement of some political differences about whether or not and how we recharge the economy. the point at which we out cost the third thing that there has also been. H- ease kissed acting like a leader of the opposition and putting a bit of challenge towards the government around a plan for getting out of lockdown. Which I think the right thing to be doing although incredibly difficult for the government to respond to because Rightly Day. Say but we don't quite know what the situation is going to be and therefore when we can do it but I think it's legitimate to say yet but what are you going to concentrate on. Are you going to concentrate on much wider range of testing and contact tracing or you can wait until there's a vaccination or are you going to do it bit by? Bit? Are you going to start with schools? There are lots of issues that I think the government could be more transparent about. I think it is difficult for the government. Because they're saying well if we give an indication now that we're coming out of lockdown people will start to take it seriously as they are at the moment and I do think there is a bit of an argument that on the other hand. Transparency is usually the best disinfectant. And I think the government needs to demonstrate that they all thinking about it and they don't know what the scenario will be what you don't know the date. It's quite difficult to come up with definitive strategy but I think all kissed Armagh needs really is some level of assurance that the thinking is being done and so maybe some broad brush statements or statements of intent statements of aim. I don't know rather than having a sort of five hundred page strategy document for. This is exactly what we're going to do on day one of where we start to relax things. I think that's right. I need heat. This morning said that. That wasn't what he was looking for. But I mean what a difference having? An opposition actually works as an opposition up to a point when you were you. Were what you look at. This document is being leaked about Anti Semitism. I dated were to stow that actually. Now we'll come to curse in a minute since we're talking about kissed Armagh. It comes to something when a front bench. Spokesman is one of the people that is actually put the whole thing on the Internet. Breaking goodness knows how many GP g GDP that's on regulations and yet a Labor people call for Loyd Russell moral to be sad that he hasn't been do. We don't need the smacker firm position I think he should be doing that even even though he has apologized and claimed he thought he was his defense appear to be. I thought I was sending a message in a what's up group and then all of the public with the strongest defense. I mean essentially. I think this is talk about unprepossessing. It is a on several sides. Does nobody any favors. Because whilst is wholly wrong to publish sort of private messaging off members of Staff Some of the things that people said will will not do them any favors but actually of course. The production of this report was essentially the last throes of the current regime trying to justify themselves and get in a supposedly in defense in advance of the publication of the equality and Human Rights Commission. Report the fact that this is so inflammatory. S- report that the Labour Party's lawyers said you can't submit this to the equality and human rights commission because it will undermine our case shows how very potentially damaging it is and on top of that the fact that is. I haven't read it because it's enough for me to hear from a whole range of people vert identifies them and the complaints that they've made it identifies other people without their permission. People are getting trolled because they've been named in. It is utterly appalling and people should. The people who produce report should be ashamed of themselves. But I think we're now insult of trash the territory as we leave it sort of area. I read somewhere. That it was actually commissioned by Jennifer me now if that is the case then surely that is a very good reason for kissed on to get rid of it. Well if kiss Dahmer's not in the process of replacing Jimmy formby extremist surprised and certainly once the complaints that people are undoubtedly making to the information. Commissioner's officer office about the use of their personal data. And the way in which it's been released a stop to be processed. I think the parties in court series its position potentially okay back to the main talking point. The government press conferences over the last few days where she soon back did it yesterday. Which is Tuesday Matt? Hancock was originally slated and then the report came out and I thought he was actually much more impressive than should we say to the others who've done over the last few days well of course. Our Home Secretary merged over the weekend in order to do a two front the press conference after we had identified that. She hasn't done one yet and she needed to so they go. She obviously listened to the podcast and response to it. I think she all furnace. How do you think she? I mean taking off all the party political hats and sort of what what you think of her generally. How do you think she did? She had a big balls up with a figure which obviously didn't help her. But generally all right I mean. She made quite an import if slightly insufficient announcement about support for domestic violence victims during this time. Really really important. So these things we've said previously. It must be immensely difficult to do. It's hard enough when you've got all the journalists in front of you but it's even weirder when you've got it coming through on a video like that so I think she was right to. It probably needs to do with fuel to get them under about to get warmed up. Yeah it's funny. While I was watching I was thinking. Not you're not doing too badly here. those better too much of the repetition of the same old soundbites which we hear from everybody time after time but you you kind of understand why they have today. But I'm Nicholas Sturgeon. She does it too. But there's something a bit more spontaneous about Nicholas Sturgeon. Isn't that the way she delivers it? All whereas most of the government ministers who do these they kind of seem a bit too robotic and just what if difficult question they just resort to the pre prepared statement in a way which I just think doesn't work whereas she seems like yesterday. I thought was excellent. A lot of people thought you sounded very Tony. Blair funnily enough I heard on the radio and my first thought was exactly that for quite as good. Oh as good but could be could be a white. I'm about to say that I'm about excite. Ta You always excite me dress shoes on the program tonight. Not Tony Blair. No the man who introduced US David. Minna banned. Yeah I'll tell you what last night we had it. Absolute cracker program. We had a Alistair Darling and George Osborne on together and then City car and I'm thinking well you don't get much big names than that on a on a program and it was. It was really good so the the fact that George Alastair basically agreed on virtually everything does about fifteen minutes and I just cracking piece of radio. Even though I say so myself but I needed I was merely the facilitator matchmaker. So we've we've got David Miller band on eight thirty tonight and Jonathan Dimbleby talking about the seventy fifth liberation of Bergen Belsen. Because of course his father was the one that was one of the first in there and made that tremendously moving report which was really the first time I think that the British people understood what had happened in concentration camps So if this guy is up before them which I'm sure it will. I hope people tune into that. He's GonNa be on about seven forty. I think what was so my phone started ringing. Somebody very lovely but who I talked to the phone to at least particularly we should just not that not that lovely lovely anything else we want to say or keep everything else does for the weekend edition. I think we'll move on to questions to yes something for the weekend. Let's move on the Christian so good that we will cover quite a lot of things. I suspect yes. One actual pert little fingertips. Well I did have him then I messed up. I got one on right from ant and high Auntie Jackie and Uncle Ian would you rather have the money gadgetry and fame of a superhero type entity or secretly solve crime and injustice around the world? But be poor. Nobody knows your name. Hashtag OUT PRETTY GOOD STINT. Obviously the first we all superiors in arid minds. Aren't we exactly? Why would you and there are lots of very very virtuous people in the world? Who Don't go shooting. Miles often begin themselves up the whole time. But I'm afraid nine emailed. There's honesty for you. Name says Uncle Ian and Anti Jackie. Both myself and one of my good friends are political. Obsesses we love nothing more than a good chat about mundane technical policy whilst also being partial to a good gossip about the latest shenanigans gripping the Westminster bubble occasionally our friendship delves into the friends with benefits territory. When this happens my friends against politics being up for discussion likes to get down to business what I want to know is could there be a way of merging. The two can politics ever be sexy. Many things frustrated in lockdown. Oh frustrated in lockdown at brings to mind. Did you see I think I sent it to you the Terrence Higgins Trust? Put out a tweet. I don't know whether or not is of the homosexual persuasion or not or whether his friends with benefits is in that tango but it doesn't really matter at this point of view but they put out a tweet urging gay men. I seem it was really gay. Men and women. Is there a grinder for lesbians? I don't know but anyway they were saying. Please do not hook up on dating. Apps doing lockdown and the headline over it will saying why INC fat toss or whatever in call it and so they're basically encouraging us all to Wang for Britain for the war effort but the thing is I had never heard of this word. Phap DO I had never heard of this word. Apparently it is an Americanism so we will therefore not be using it. There will be no fat on this. Podcast will only be wanking and tossing. Those could English were jerk jerking will include cough. Isn't it. Yeah? Let's go through all the words we can. Let's let's play. Spank the monkey anyway. The funny thing goods get playing a rosy palm her five in good friends or something can never be one king food. Could Jay Kenny. Excellent thing about is that we are fulfilling the absolute point of this podcast. We're providing important public health advice whilst also accompanying it with some smart. It's like this was made for us anyway. Back to Nadine's question he wants to know how you can merge politics and a bit of hanky-panky. I'm not sure what you see if if somebody if you're engaging in part of how's your father and somebody says dirty and Tony Blair's voice which I can imagine you. Jackie you want a handout. Can I be for the menu up now? I really want to know if things can only get wetter. Oh look at all you get. I'm getting all necessary. My never listened to this podcast independent. No well I got talking about talking about my sexual habits. Rejoice that news the Lady's not for turning you turn if you want to donkey style see I. I was leaving 'em people's imaginations and you just have to go that didn't you right. Oh that's made me feel. Oh I'm just. I'm just going to a cigarette. A respected politician. I know God once upon a time. Okay now this is serious one we will go baxter. This is a serious one for Mary. Smith said armed in my mum's currently locked down in her care home. This means I have to have trust. Her care is a behaving well to be fair. I think they are but it's tough not to be able to see for myself. Have I review being in a similar situation with loved ones Mary? That is so tough for you. I'm very lucky that my mommies living at home on your own but you can wave through the window at her and obviously talked to her on video and all of those things and she's pretty well at the moment. If you have loved ones in care homes it must be enormously worrying because whilst I think the staff doing an amazing job this suggestion that there is quite a high incidence of covert in care homes. I think must be incredibly worrying for people and the fact that the staff appropriately having a sort of equipment that they need in order to be able to deal with people. He's also really tricky so I haven't experienced. I don't think you have either of you. But we not at a care home of the only when my mother was in hospital for weeks Before she died she died at home because we took her home but when she was in hospital for weeks you do feel completely helpless because you want to trust the medical professionals. Even though that point we all felt that they weren't doing the right thing for her and we weren't being told the truth and it turned out to be right. Once we found out that she was going to die we took her out of hospital. Even though the all of the people in the hospital told us we shouldn't but we absolutely did the right thing. I've noticed about that whatsoever and you do feel helpless in in those situations and I can completely understand people who now have loved ones in care homes and thinking. Well what if they die die alone? It's a terrible situation to be in yet is so blessed. Yuma area and I hope your mom stays well and Mary also says love the PODCASTS. U2 and FI glover. Jane Garvey a keeping me Sane between you let me L. Mary Pat Way love. Fortunately Binge over the last few days three episodes. I hadn't listened to so I listen to all of all of them. They're doing it remotely now as well. They have a guest on remotely to but yet we still love the fortunate enough them they cheer us up now. Ian would says Moore aunt uncle. Thank you for keeping going with the poet. I'm in hospital. Having had chest pains on Sunday morning the Starlit Great Western inswinger the beam brilliant all in good spirits but naturally concerned they all have what they need in the working superbly with the new guidelines. I'm now the proud owner of two stents in my arteries they were born yesterday. Christened Jackie keep smiling I could find a tribute that we're close to your heart. That is so lovely and will soon US scary. But YOU'LL BE SORTED. Now you've got now you got that done. You'll be sorted so feel free to laugh loudly up. Today's book does. Your turn calling Hyde Asks. What is Jackie's beef with Shami? Chakrabarti sewri about the spilling. Now Look I think that when Shami was running liberty despite the fact that she was sort of thorn in my side is the home secretary. I thought she did a fine job and exactly what was necessary in that role so I don't have beef with her about that. I have a certain amount of beef about her being asked to do the by Jeremy. Corbyn the report into Anti Semitism in the Labor Party producing a report. Which some believe is a whitewash. I don't actually think it's a whitewash but it clearly failed to really help to solve the problem. Otherwise we wouldn't have had all the other issues that we've had over the previous years and accepting on the back of it a place in the House of Lords Aben a frontbench position and then lecturing the rest of us about loyalty to the party that we'd been members of a lot longer than she had so. I think that probably sums up. What might be actually some if I may say I in that period. When you were home secretary. She was authority in your side oversee. I was working quite closely with her for a bit When I was working for David Davis 'cause she and he had to meet you agenda on the on the civil liberties issues and I got whether like house on fire to be honest but it was interesting. What once that report came out. She would never be interviewed by which did lots of interviews on. Lbc But she never ever would do on with me. And I was to this day. I don't really understand why and then a few weeks ago. She volunteered to do one. And it was fine but I did think to myself. Oh so now. You're on the way out. You're okay to do an interview. I wasn't particularly impressed by the have to say but anything David says. Uncle is an anti Jackie. I'm a thirty one year old single man and I have curiously one that if my career would have taken a different path if I were in a long term relationship and or had children I'm content with my career progress and wage happy with my work life balance. I feel if I were in a relationship or had children. I would have pushed on further with my career as I would have had people dependent on me. How do you feel? Your career would have differed if you had remained single and in Jackie's case. Not Children very much. Enjoy the midweek edition to fall the money. That is an interesting one is about how your career and your family would have been different if you'd made different decisions along on the way it's really interesting and I think they're quite an women who would take exactly the opposite view possibly think that their career would have got further had they not had children because inevitably for most people. When you have children you have to make some will come but nevertheless compromises in your time and the amount of sort of just hours that you can spend at work now. I was very fortunate in the my husband and I decided that he was going to give up his main career and be that sort of prime care for our children and we could to have a nanny so obviously as you can see. It didn't limit what I could do in my career but it did limit what he could do in his and I think having children does mean that quite often you have to put at least one view potentially has to put something on the on the back burner not the Dick. Lots of lovely things about having children at the moment. I am watching my youngest son out of the front window sorting out his Hermes parcels of Blissett. Me's delivery driver and he's doing really really good job. He slightly throwing them around. I said he looked like an baggage handler this morning. But don't worry. People of Moldovan. He's not going to smash your parcels. He's trite largely carefully looking after them. I sent Hermes Passer to more than the other way. Wouldn't it be fine? He delivered. He may well have done. We will never know no well. It's hopefully it wasn't smashed. Very I mean I. I've never want children which I'm quite grateful for in a way because I think if I had if I'd be one of those these men who really really wanted children. I think I could've easily ended up marrying a woman enough said this before. If I'd been born ten years earlier than I was I think I probably would have done But Jolan his would have loved to have children but he always that I didn't You do wonder how different your life would be in some ways. But I don't have any regrets on that from but then again I've I've always done what I wanted to do in career terms. I suppose so. Maybe I'm just successful career in two two selfish children. Probably I don't yeah. Yeah let's not get into the thing I say. Oh no you would have been a fantastic father. You would have been still not. You'd pay fantastic. Stick father just as you're a fantastic friend and as we discussed last week. I'm sure fantastic on cool but I'm not one of those people that thinks that somehow or another you've lost something from your life. If you haven't had children I act- I've loved having my children but I knew very many very content and satisfied successful people who don't have children and have not a moment's regret about it. I'm like I've got the sky knees on the screen here and there's another person with his book shelves next to him. But what is it about people on bookshelves? That they have books. Upright and then they put books horizontally on top of them. No it's just wrong. Declan curry his book shows were disgrace. I told him that the other day he's tied to them up now on my recommendation. I'm just checking my bookshelves out or I do quite. Oh yes. That's one example of a book because most people jugs when you're on true but then I do rather obviously have them on display your shelf incident. Incidentally listeners if you have not checked out enes shellfish. They're absolutely brilliant. And how many other now. About eight of them. Eight Different Times. When he describes the books he has on his book shelves and he's Actually surprisingly enough quite interesting. Jona around the other day because he's obviously got very angry with me for Constan. Just rearranged him bookshelves. What I think. I'm actually doing a service to the house because it makes them all tidy for when we come to sell the house if we ever come to sell the house in this environment. I've got the mall in sections. Now they're all in a nice Order now I see Dea. Tool and the shelves are being cleaned. I've actually found quite love. Deeply Kurt say I've used might this new APP. Ziff it so I've made about one hundred quid from selling second hand books on this APP It's reduced the number of books. I'm thinking well. What Morici Wall? I know we'd love to give me to get rid of the whole bloody lot but that is not going to happen So what what are you GonNa Finish? All of this was not in your business but probably tomorrow when he sort of these business. 'cause you see South but I'm I'm making it better. That's all I'm doing. Is You keep moving them. From one place to the other and then back again said plan anyway ranging you books is okay but perhaps there are other jobs around the house that he feels you. Dedicate your to do self to rather than bloody moving your body that he could himself to as well if we're going to go down that road better. Not Richard says in Jackie. What movie would be greatly improved? If it was made into a musical oh I was gonna say the greatest shame but it is a musical got into musical independence day. You love you. Motherfucker will be Independence Day dog and I promise though if you go. She's gone well. It doesn't know why you're laughing so much about my singing voice. She loves so much not something. Then you computer. When off? You'll singing was absolutely lovely but the woods were hilarious. So essentially what happened was I flung my arms up into the air in hilarity and mocked something off. I fact something oceanus question which is sort of links Benita. Lavender says Hi Jackie. I was wondering whether like me you have burned your bras. Since lockdown began. I Love Them. Hanging Free Adrift. The thought of strapping them down gain when I read signs of the Office listen. I am a strong feminist but I've never felt it necessary to dispose of my Bra. In order to take on the Patriarchy so note they are firmly and neatly enclosed in a brassiere at this very moment. Benita and lifted in an appropriate manner for women of my age pert. Mana indeed album in the peak district says aunt Jackie and Uncle Ian. It's my fortieth birthday this month. The family party and trip to New York. My partners taking me on a both canceled. I have the day off work for my birthday. Still what should I do to celebrate while staying indoors? Now this can I just link this to another question and I'm afraid I can't find the person but you know who you are because somebody who message does I'm desperately scrolling through. Who is eighteen this weekend and wanted to know how they should celebrate and I have actually done some research on this. I have gone to my. Oh here we go. George Darren Khaliun and Anti Jackie on Saturday. It's going to be my eighteenth birthday. Obviously it's not ideal and can't grow up to celebrate. So do I review have any ideas on how to celebrate move beneath my own body weight in food so I actually do you go I in the night off smutty ones well. I have done some research with my eighteen year old niece. Who has got some ideas and here they go and I think these go for all I think these go for all ages ago fewer questions. Well what to do for your birthday lockdown number one get dressed up get some drinks and get on zoom or how party with your Powell's secondly make your favorite cocktails and apparently there is. I van. That comes around to your house. Even at this time apparently and fully gloved up makes pasting. Eighteen year old to show the other having set. Thought can you imagine anything more disgusting? The fisting no. I can't imagine anything more disgusting so don't talk about. Why do I think it will receive? Full? I am really well. Let's get back to these slightly more. Wholesome ideas for what you might do on your birthday. So apparently this van comes round and they make cocktails. I'm not sure it's essential travel but nobody's going to be reporting them next suggestion to a pop quiz with your friends. Next suggest you picnic in the garden with your favorite snacks. Either with your family or on call with your friends could audio favourite takeaway to do so have a net flicks party. I didn't even know about this by the way. It's a thing where you can all watch Netflix. At the same time with your friends it has a bar at the side too. So you can talk whilst you're watching. Did you know that? Why would you want to because one of the Nice things got you made surrounding? You're watching the telly could solve. Who Do you think's going to happen or I don't like him? Do you like her. You can have that sort of little Gogo folks basically exactly. Well now you can do on the chat bar. The side Netflix apparently final idea baker. Birthday cake with your mom. Severi Nice idea yeah. That's a nicer idea than the one that you had to. You know the idea. I can promise you didn't have deer a deer celebrity Gogel. We would be brilliant on that. We would be excellent well anyway. Happy Birthday George for Saturday. Happy Roughly George and Happy Birthday Allen. And it's a fortieth did you. Did you get depressed on your fortieth? I'm trying to remember minister. What did I do on my fortieth? I was quite busy because I was starring order or something y'all to do one on my birthday. Crackdown who gave me a FRISSON. You do all this stuff about speaking's if I was used signing one of those who say what you mean. I thought you I thought my sort of jackboots. Jackie Persona was hurry service with many politicians gang on reality. Tv shows have you ever been asked to go on a reality show? Would you ever go on one? I enjoyed come on celebrity big brother and scared my parents Scott. I'm scarred by my parents. Show me George Galloway pretending to be a cat on. Big Brother also appears naked. Attraction levion are banned for obvious reasons. But you mean for obvious reasons. Obvious reason shake I D. I could wear one of those swimming costumes with. Hardly any material could be in the garden. Doing you know making himself off with the toy slinky pair of briefs. Block the other day that let me find ten things. I've never done did you. Did you look this? I wonder if the sympathize with any often gave me. Just do this ten things. I've never done some of which you'll be horrified by. One of them was never built a pair of boxer shorts. Because I don't like boxer shorts to sort of like loose so I wear. It's about trunks. Yeah anyway because through these and save. You couldn't agree with any of them. I've never had a Kebab. Well famously kept up. Don't you remember? That was controlled AC- because he's a baluch short did the dirty on me what she interviewed me and Lewd. Yes surprise another fairy end. When I was home secretary she said. Would you feel safe? Would you go walking the streets of Hackney at night and I when no I didn't live anywhere near anyway? She then ran this. She didn't say oh. Well we're running this story home secretary so she wouldn't walk the streets of heightening and roll the foolishly. We went back to her and said Y- nonsense actually Jackie's being perfectly happy to go out for a Kebab. Fuck knows why. We decided to use this line. Because then of course the journalists went to the Kebab shops around my house in London and infamously they went to one which I had never bloody visited called Katie's Kebabs and they said to them they always say said to us Jacqui Smith the Home Secretary for being here on the owner said. Oh yes she often comes in Hinchey sitting on their own over in the corner. Just eating a kabob without any chips. I mean what a load of rubbish describing is your house. What Shit Search. Just because you're share a house doesn't mean it isn't your health anyway. Let's cater number two. I've never seen an episode of the Simpsons or South Park so forgot where we got to know. I half by half number three. I've never read Charles Dickens e end I have before I've never eaten code skate or indeed most kinds of fish nicely limited incredibly sheltered life. I've eaten for those number five. I've never known pint of beer. I F six. I've never been to as I have seven. I've never worn the per boxer shorts. I am number eight. I've never voted Labour number nine. I've never drank a cup of tea or coffee. You have well. You've never ever truly cup of tea or coffee powder sip but that was enough to tell me that. I hated my God. You win number turn. I've never been to the British Museum. I have so much more experience than I am at all sorts of ways. True Right your guy knows the question. Did we celebrity reality TV? I think you know the one that you and I would be really good on. His celebrity hunted. Is that what you have to beat tracks down by police in people Peter Flexibly? Don't you have to be out for months on end or something ridiculous notre? It gets months. I think it's sort of a couple of weeks. Would you sleep turn? I said Kay. Burley you translate Johnny masoe allegedly. Ooh Now they did they booked into those any one bedroom available in the hotel on Dartmoor and it was the Bridal Suite and surfing fate Johnny the pillars down the middle of the bed. I flow reality-tv but we have of course together done pointless celebrities which still hasn't been bloody well shown that's who they need to do to cheer the nation in time. Yeah I absolutely agree. I mean I don't think I would do. What was the one that I really take? I Pot I'd love to do the jungle but I'm not sure actually would big brother doesn't exist anymore so that doesn't really other nowadays. Well it's all sorts of vaguely. Dodgy runs like celebrity coach trip Celebrity come dine with me. Celebrity first dates odd lots to do the marigold hotel one o the old old people. Yeah that'd be enough probably the youngest so it'd be quite novelty value. Simon asks steer Auntie and Uncle Jockey Funny Simon. During these difficult times. There is a question that is really troubling me. If I were to eat myself I become twice as big or disappear completely. Isn't eating yourself form of fattening. Is it well honestly flexible? Once upon a time I think we can leave that philosophical question and that hideous image for listeners to make their minds up about thank you Simon for Brooklyn Debate Grant Tucker who is entertainment correspondent of the Sunday Times my. Pa has emailed from his caravan in Newport south. Wales says dear uncle and Aunty Jack Eight as a showbiz journalist. I'll be video interviewing a whole host of allister's from the caravan. No my parents driveway. Where I'm currently living. Do you have any tips on how I can? Spruce up the background so it looks more appealing for my celebrity interviewees. Lots of love ground. Blessed him well grant. My advice would be get some jugs in my advice would be to keep your Bush trimmed because says nothing worse than a backdrop of a Bush that is just sort of growing ad infinitum. The Nice Trim Bush. You can't be too nice. Trim push in my view and don't get carried away with the idea that people can only see from the waist up puts and make sure you got proper trousers or not dirty old kicks like in tales showed on the telly to Graham from Bush's I heard. There's not a repeat of Saturday's record. When Jackie had taught front door open to we want to Costa decrease to have of a back door slam my front door. Is Well intriguing today? So even well isn't really but basically you know what they say like splendid isolation tends to make you stir crazy. This podcast is the certification in that. We're finding things funny actually aren't indeed did aunties. I'm currently on furlough and my housemate isn't we are both gay men. We share a bathroom. And I don't know where to store my rubber plaything. We should be able to advise it on this. Wait for it. He doesn't like it. When I keep Harry out can you? Can you please advice? Can you please advise? Where would you still have read the rubber duck that town Mark Lewis? Beflay call Mark Lewis. She is a good question because bathrooms don't always have a lot of stories space. Do they have. I think a shelf special shelf. I used to have one of those things that you put across the bath that you resting the soap or you could even a glass also something in it and you could leave your up for their when you weren't using the ball. Obviously when you're using the bath the Pataki's bopping around with you and you. You can sort of push with your that hand talking of Dick as you offer. Do Joe remembered the way he led them all to the whole and then there was the ladder. Thank goodness down. Ugo cried the boy to Silky. Sem Fanny Hurry get into move faces room quickly down the goals went and then Dick Moon face saucepan and job. Jerry just got down in time for large glebe walk with very long legs had almost caught them up. At as Jerry went down he reached out and tried to Castro's color. What is reading from? I have no idea is it is. It is any blighted. Yes the magic faraway tree you see. I was more mallory. Tau is sort of a girl. I have to say all five. Go Wild in four. I actually read did a recording of the first chapter of the magic tree the other day. thinking it would be quite popular. Let's put it this way. It wasn't a I just discovered that book. My parents bookshelves a few months ago. And just reading it again. It just brought. It was if I was eight years old because it really fires up the imagination that sort of book the sort of tree in the middle of a woods where it goes up into the clouds. I've never ever even when I was a child. I've never enjoyed that sort of fantasy thing. I like real people doing real thing the secret. Seven the secret of spooky holes. Those were okay. Cassese real people having proper adventures where you know swell men. Were doing something bad and they were able to. You know the whole thing straight fascinating thing about this is the the the instruction that it gives to children that the girls helped mummy in the kitchen and the boys help daddy in the garden. Doing man's work so much of that in there is except in the famous five. George was sort of infamously a bit of a Tomboy so sh- I used to make the t you know hard-boiled egg Ginger Beer Ham. That sort of thing but George would help. Put the tent up and go off into the woods because she was like the proper role. So you related to that didn't you? I related to Georgia bit more than related to add another one. Another one from Graham as Easter has just gone with many people took into the Hawk Cross pardons with some people lucky them toasted with butter and charm while some of them as they come with just butter but they always displayed nicely on a serving plate. How does Jackie like abundance displayed? Bravo that question. Well I like my buns warm and potentially even a little bit crispy smeared with very cold butter no jam. Oh no no no. I totally agree. It's not a scone if it was a school scones gum. If it was a schooner Scott should have a scone usual jam on its go go go go. Go One childish much next question. I've got one from Shola. Who says dear Uncle Ian Anti Jackie since the knockdown I've been at it morning noon and night Kat get enough. I'm never satisfied. All you both finding the rolling news focused on Corona virus addictive to funny enough. No I now make a conscious decision to switch. I'm working heim otherwise. Have Sky News on in the background? I don't anymore because I just don't want it. It's too repetitious. Each to full of gloom and doom unfair snow sort of balanced to it in terms of you. Don't get the old story and that's what I've tried to do. My radio show. It's the old story. That's actually quite positive so I watched the BBC ten o'clock news now. And I watched news night. I will watch the press conference but other than that. I don't watch much. He's very kindly asked after my mental health at the beginning of this podcast. Really think that we need to give quite a lot of fours. Were in lockdown to how we sort of keep ourselves mentally well and I don't think I think you're absolutely right. I think if you watch the news the whole time you can become overwhelmed by this because although I'm still doing quite a lot of work as I was saying to somebody earlier today you do through the work when you're working from home you don't have all the bits where you having a laugh with your colleagues or you know you catch up on the gossip you don't do that so therefore you have all of the pressure none of the fun so then. Lee Layer on top of that. A load of depressing news. I think if you're not careful you can get yourself into a bit of a rot so make sure you take your exercise. Limit the amount of news that you watch. If you've got friends we ought family with you in the house you know. Spend a bit of quality time with them. And if you haven't then south some zooms awesome. Video calls with your mates. I think that's a very good idea. Louis hurted says. There is trouble in the Hen House. The hands of fine but my cock just won't get up. He's only Bryson perky but now no amount of stroking can get him up in about. Are Your pets suffering anything similar and if so what would you recommend no? My pets are loving isolation because they have me at home every minute of every day and they just didn't bark because another man has come to my front door. I just need to call. This is becoming a bit of a trend. Even though your front door shut a man looking at the talk talk amongst yourselves whilst I go and service this man at the front door five right. This is a question from Jack. Hello Uncle Ian Anti Jackie. I apologize if this is a serious for the Wednesday pod. But it's a question it's been bugging me during this period and Fools Boredom Howard Theresa may have handled this crisis. I feel he would have been better handling national emergency much better than she handled brexit however like many form home secretaries. Cough Jackie cough. I don't feel she's sympathetic. Civil Liberties so may have kept us in lockdown. Even longer dot just to recap how would theresa may have handled this crisis if she was still. Prime Minister. Oh so I'm back from guessing the parcel don court. Well actually. I think she's quite but the fact that she's a type. One diabetic means that she would have had to self isolated way. Sooner than boys didn't study. That was part of the problem. She could not arrest getting it so I think these are very very different way of handling it but I think she was somebody who was always quite difficult to get decision out of I think in these situations you do need decision makers and the and the interesting thing about her is of course. When we had the grenfell fire she was very sort of criticized for a lack of empathy. Not Going to see the people that had suffered but actually my experience of her and others I know was that on a personal level. She can be really really empathetic and very kind so I don't know which side of her would have come out. Had she been confronted with having to deal with this well? We shall never know Iota David. Richardson Asks Do Aunty Jack in Anglian. Is it acceptable to carry? A two meter long stake to protocols groups who refused to walk in single file out of the way. I did see a video some of the other day walking through a park with what looked like I said I've a giant hula-hoop done in a sort of puncture so they could get within two meters over midland absolutely ridiculous so it no. It's not accessible to have a stick to people with definitely not I go. I try and go out for a run reasonably often. I am really careful that I run. Luckily because there's not much traffic I can easily run out into the middle of the road to avoid people at my promise. I do it. Caroline says on these Jackie and in in the unlikely event. You a married couple which is very unlikely. Which of these celebrities would you adopted Yorkshire all right then which of these celebrities but you adopters your children. You heard of a couple of these say before we get onto the celebrities. I feel bad for having said that because in many ways in and I think would be very very well suited where we have. Well I'd love to have a different proclivity. We have different art. Were either of US. Inclined TO HAVE A sexless. Marriage would be ideally suited got. We'd be perfect but neither is our own right anyway. The list of celebrities Justin Bieber so he will am I. Am I having my child reading list of eight celebrities? You adopt three of them. Justin Bieber Adam knowing who's he took off from the BBC correspondent of him. He no like him. Stacey Dooley so he. How does this person think we are these young children? I have to tell you well. Maybe not inflaming. But Stacey Dooley isn't she awesome with voice. Okay she's lovely Holly Willoughby young enough to be Ben Shepard. He's certainly go for one shoots onto deck the Gemma Collins. Oh a love Gemma G. see so you pick three of those. She's Jemma Coleens is over forty so yes floor. Teenage mother missed that. Well you know that's true. I would hear what against her. I'm not even engaging in that question because whoever's give me the name and address of the person to ask because that is so rude I'm going around there to sort them out. You're also allowed to dump three children. Also where would you take them on your first family holiday probably happy together? Keep up the good work. You've got me through caroni related pneumonia and giving me hope. I'll blimey source of emails saying that. We really help people get through this. It makes me feel as performing a public service. Saute never mind the nurse. This what about the podcasters? Okay Sam Russell says dear this is specially for you is will become obvious dear uncle Ian. I've just cut my own long thick hair with clippers. Let's just say it went to well. Shakespeare said some like you achieve both this while some like me have it. Frost upon them any tips on coping in a hairless world. Everything is very cold. Get Merkin American. I thought that was a thing. You really eighty parts. Yes do it wouldn't be so cold with it. Is that what American is down to? Someone told me for years. Okay I'M GONNA Basil My Lady Parts. Let's type now. Oh No that's a bit boring on August one from Haggis Supreme. You're walking up a flight of stairs at someone else's coming down. What is the etiquette here? Never Cross on the says. Because that's exactly yes. I walk around and walk back down. What backup always give away a so also weighed about that. Nothing really I just yeah. It's not bad K. Through other foods says it's been reported that the name Sakir is causing a bit of a stir in Iran because its literal translation in. Farsi is balance or tip of the penis. That's true a shallow to Google translate English to foresee whilst you doing. Can I JUST PENIS? It does sort of. What are you hiring fix? It's not highly Wrigley fix that funny. Sort of scripted stuff and alphabet. It's called vaguely racist but nevertheless you were the most embarrassing linguistic challenge. I was at school with someone called Rosie bottom really. Yeah I can't think of any other embarrassing but I have worked. You may well know him. And I think I've talked about him before. But the former count conservative counts lead of solihull very very nice guy. He's name is Bobsleigh. Which is such a lovely name. Yes I have one continues. I'd like to congratulate you both for showing how left and right can have a sensible discussion disagree respectfully even when the other one's talking bollocks it's yes in late two zero two zero. I think it's pronounced asks on. Jackie unclear now. All the panic buying is supposed to be over. What are you still looking for? But unable to find X. Yes big success. That's the one because I do like a nice fried egg on toast and I haven't had one for weeks because we're never coming from one enormous circumstances. I got him about ten past eleven in the evening and John. Usually makes me something to eat because obvious effort holiday at work and can't possibly do it myself at my my noble request. It's fried egg on toast. Which he thinks is disgusting. How how can you eat that rubber? He says because I like it. I like a holiday like runny whereas I like for my breakfast at DP egg with soldiers. He doesn't like a good dip in the morning. This is what you mean. Robin says Uncle Ian the Nazi Jackie. I've been working from home as I still live under my parents roof. I'm only twenty. Three off talks okay. You'd have to make excuses. Not Assad get really. This has meant that I'm working in my bedroom. I have an awful lot of Tatton here and perhaps didn't quite realize how much is I would avoid being at home as much as possible before the home orders came into effect the corner of my room where I would stuff things to deal with later happens to be right behind my desk and my job requires me to be on video a lot of the day so given the extended weekend. I decided to sort that as well as the rest of my room out. I now have a big pile of things to donate to charity including spare bedding clothes and books and some porno video. Not No. He doesn't say that I may I go? I don't believe charity shops are open so my question is where if anywhere can donate these things. Currently given the lockdown situation to food banks. Take things like that. I know they're obviously food mainly but do they have other things in them. Sorry what I got slightly distracted partway through that. What is He's thinking of Food Bank? So you really don't care about Robin's question that's what you're saying when it went on a bit robin betting clothes and books. Now there is such thing as a clothing bank because we've actually got them the hospital so and quite often the same people who run the Food Bank run the clothing bank so it may well be worth your while checking out. Okay Chris. Rock says you're for the many podcasts. In Young Steve Allen's early breakfast at keeping the nation saying I suggest. It'll be put Steve on tend to one and you too reprobates on at a later time. Determined by your degree of smartness discuss the. Uk's future depends on this. Well I think he made the point earlier area and I suspect that the joy of a podcast is that we are able to say things that we would probably have been arrested for saying. We rolled by police. I had to cover French ups last Friday night and I thought about this far too late and thought Oh. I should've asked Jackie to come into with me but by the time I thought it was too late so next time to cover an evening late night show. I'm going to suggest that right. If you got another one I have to say I have nearly run out. Let me do this one. Because she says the Nice thing about me caroline. Johnston is vaguely serious. Loved the PODCAST. I was wondering why more health correspondents don't get to ask questions at the daily briefings. They ask better questions than the lobby journals then. She says I met Jackie. Many years ago is a junior dock and she was very complimentary. This remains a career highlight. Thank you Carolyn. It would be very many years ago because I was a health Mr between two thousand and one and two thousand and three memory the May she recognizes you host. A career highlight love as my outlook. I've go about three questions left so that wasn't just being nice to me. Do we think I to be fair? Caroline I think they have really improved the daily press conference. They do have more health correspondence and they are now allowing the thing that we said that they should allow which is follow up questions so you know yesterday where she was saying. Are you happy with that? And people were following up if they if they weren't so I think they're quite a lot better but I agree with you. That did you know the in the Scottish Wad Nichola. Sturgeon only allows him to do one question then they cut the microphone offset the colonoscopy follow up point. Oh said everyone saying Oh. It's so terrible the way the U K one's done but she she cracks down. I can fist. She's a class. Act No isn't she? She's saying earlier. I totally agree right. Say actually I haven't got any other questions so we'll cooley quits there now. We are on Good Morning Britain at the ridiculous time of six thirty. Am on Friday undoing. The Ali Man Media podcast tomorrow With Miranda Sawyer. And somebody else they are so. Do you have any sense of that? If that's your sort of thing and then we'll be back all hopefully about Saturday evening with our weekend edition and I have a podcast coming out this afternoon with my. Yes it's the discussion about job sharing and I will tweet it. Shut up. Jeez typical. Is we see a different side to you in that there is not a lot of smart in it but it is very interesting. Okay say aim Powell put aside will I will tweets. It was called It's called behind the story Right well I will re tweet it and then also got next Monday. I'm doing at Bolton on sky not so in my too harsh for the next two weeks early tomorrow. I am not allowed out to gain because I will be officiating at the official opening of the NEC Nightingale Hospital in Birmingham. Which is an absolutely brilliant thing. Did you see by the way just on that ridiculous story on the BBC website? Basically whingeing that there are no patients in it and I'm thinking surely that's the whole point. It's good thing if there were no patients because it means all the other hospitals are coping. Exactly we'd be perfectly happy if no covert patients ever ended up in it in London. One I saw today. They're only nineteen patients. Will I regard that as a success John About you? So do I get good? So we all united should we couldn't wear head it deed by Cheerio. Thank you for listening to this global original podcast. Melby. If you enjoyed it would love it if you could leave a rating Andrew Review on whichever podcast APP. You're using it helps. Other people find us she say. And if you like this podcast do try out my other. Two weekly podcasts the. Nfl Book Club where to topple is about that new books and cross question my weekly political panel debate show with top guests from the world of politics and the Media The book club. 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The Evil History of Planned Parenthood | 06/07/19

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The Evil History of Planned Parenthood | 06/07/19

"Pat gray is here on the blaze radio network, node more. No. Friday, little premature there. The gun. Good Morning America. Friday, better that. Welcome three dusty s crackers hanging out with you this morning. Pat gray unleashed. Jeff is has joined us for, for the day is, is, you know, his want on Fridays. Get nothing else to do bay. Oh, from officer and a gentleman. Hey. How could stay home with the wife says go in, you know what? Yeah. You need something to do really. Surprises. These new goal don't want another flickering pulse event. Most definitely does not want that. Do I know also a little exercise in at least from the car to here? Yeah. Right. Right. That just about killed you. So good thing. It's not any further than it is Jupiter's could be so close this weekend. It's moons. Will be visible would by not Benach yours amazing Monday night, apparently the best chance of the year to see the biggest planet in our solar system. That's when Jupiter makes its closest approach to earth in twenty nineteen the annual event officially known as opposition when Jupiter earth, and the sun are arranged in a straight line with earth in the middle pretty. We've seen some really cool pictures of Jupiter. I didn't realize we had Nasr's had the, the, you know, their drone ship flying around Jupiter for the last dozen years or whatever. I mean, that's why we see so many pictures of it. It's beautiful. Yes, cool. Then they got that that storm that's bigger than. Wow, meet. It's hard to get your head around. It's yours. All right. We got a lot for you. There's a we're jam packed again today. No way. We'll get to it all. But we'll get to as much as we can get to it all. We're going to get every, every single native then. All right. We'll, we'll start that process in sixty seconds. But first, let me tell you about possibly the worst data breach in US history. 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Pat gray unleashed. So by now, you know about the Steven Crowder, stuff where he's been demonetized on YouTube. And of course, some of those hate videos have been taken down. I guess, thousands of his of his videos have been taken down from YouTube, also they've. Actually banned live action, which is a pro-life group. It's a lie. The roses pro-life group, the band her essentially on Twitter, the second time Twitter sensors of blood live action for offensive tweets, despite Jack Dorsey claims that he runs a neutral platform, whatever Jackson getting himself now Twitter. Well, let him back on. I mean it's really easy, if they delete just a few things from their, their Twitter feed in their and their website case, if you delete your Twitter feed and from your website, anything about abortion procedures. Keep in mind, it's a it's a it's a pro-life group. Twitter is trying to control the website now too. Yes. Yes. So any abortion procedures if you take take all that off? If you take off all the investigations of Planned Parenthood, and remove all all sound images hate those, but I mean, they can still tweet about sports if they want to. Doc about sports all they want they, they could share recipes on their site and on Twitter. So you could send out a whole bunch of delicious brownie recipes, if you want to, I mean, it's not that big deal. Wow. Just talk sports, and share everything should be fine. It's time to remove the protections. Agree government has with Twitter and YouTube and Google and Facebook. It's got to this has to stop has to stop. They've Ripley shut down the right on this down as all down in front of congress and say, are you a platform or are you a publisher? Exactly, what are you, which are you in policed up? Choosing that you're neutral. Okay. Come on. They're not neutral. And that's the only thing that allows them for the protection of the government for being in platform, and not a publisher, so they need to be declared publishers, and they need to be held accountable. Amen. Period. It's it's time to stop messing around with this, and, you know, we've we still have the executive branch in the Senate. They could they could apply some pressure here. And they need to. And if you think it's a mistake that, they're, you know, poking around Washington DC for regulation. It's not. No. Of course, they want the regulation. They want it because they'll be able to write the rules and, and keep everybody else out of the business. The fact of the scenario is that they are leftist mouthpieces. That's clear. Jack really is just fooling himself. Now, the world knows it's pathetic. Stop. It's embarrassing and then you tubes. Yeah, we're gonna limit all hate videos. Well who decides what hate? And what's not well, they do naturally and naturally. That includes all the hatred directed at Donald Trump. Right. It's not just political ideology. That's all that is. Plus you. Plus, you to even know what they're doing. I mean, it was so strange. They, they, they, they came out with a using Steven Crowder, as an example. I mean, they came out and said, you know what we've checked everything and it's, it's fine. You didn't break any of our rules in your mind. And then they got more complaints said what? And then well, okay, so you didn't break any rules. But we look relooked at some of your video the greater good of the platform. Now they're considering you know so he didn't break any of the rules. But they've got the community to consider and the communities offended in. So they're gonna cave to the community. I mean the rules change all the time. And I get that, you know, they've already been a court a couple times where they had a different view tubers complain that they put their algorithms put them out of business. Literally, I mean, they were making either making hundreds of thousands. If not more a month on advertising and money and YouTube decided we change her with them down to three bucks a day, nice day. The judge said the last lawsuit, the judge said, yeah. Well, you knew the deal, right? Okay. But hey, a changed the deal, though, right there in the deal. It says we can change it whenever we want. And don't forget, you to owned by Google now. And we know hostile Google is toward conservative values. And so it's just manifesting itself somewhere else. Another platform kind of disgusting and despicable since we defended all these guys. And we, we had the Gogel people in here few years ago and. Facebook, facebook. Oh, we defended Facebook like Glenn went to Silicon Valley and defended Facebook member when they were getting all kinds of. And we did nothing but defend Zuckerberg and Facebook and now. Yeah. Tough tough. That seems to be completely forgotten. So it's just it's despicable what it is. And, you know, they're doing another flip flop, and a total reversal just like Joe Biden, just did the same thing if there was only a place that people could go. Could get content of things that they believe in cheaply. Of course, things cost money obviously that you that you want to have in your life. Yeah. If there was a place. Only there was a place like. The blaze dot com. Oh, what you know slash TV. If you could go to say the blaze dot com slash TV or you could just sign up blaze, TV dot com slash pet-. Right. You could do that. Yes. We own every domain. Good. Yeah. Good goodness. Yes. So go there and give us your support if you can, if you can afford it. Please do because everybody's being eliminated on these other platforms, and thank goodness. Glenn created this. There was a lot of years when he rued the day he created this because it's cost him a fortune. But now we're seeing where oh, hopefully we're gonna little bit fruits from the okay. Yeah, apparently, this is going to be necessary because we we're not going to be able to exist on Facebook and YouTube and Twitter, just not going to be able to happen. Yeah. All right. As I mentioned a second ago another flop or Joe Biden, now he will he used to oppose federally funding abortion. And I mean that's a long standing platform of his he's been that he's policy for a while. But he got some flack for it. So now all of a sudden whoa, I'm, I'm a I am four federally funded abortion. Now, wait. What? Yeah, I it's a little confusing because he was just asked about it and today. What about the Hyde amendment do support item? And he said, yes. Can't get rid of it. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We can't get rid of that. Well, he got I mean, all hell broke loose a few weeks, of course, from Democrats, of course. How dare? And now he's changes position. I what how embarrassing to you? That Hyde amendment is federally funds federal funds going going to abortions. Yeah. So we pay for low income people to have abortion. I'm sorry. I, I should I should be able to conscientiously object to paying income taxes then. Well, no, the Heideman should stop set. Right. Heideman is set. So. Right. But if they if they change this, and there's a democrat. Will change this already technically. I mean they really have with the with the technicalities they've gone around for Planned Parenthood. Right. That's all right. That's how they got planned Parenthood's. Federally funded. Yeah. We should be able to consciously conscientiously object to paying income tax. It. Plus, I thought they wanted the government out of their uterus. Now, you want the government back in your uterus. Do. It's. Shout about you notarize. Well, except for the federal funding, I want the federal funding back in my uterus. So sick of it the basic hypocrisy, and the insanity just unbelievable. And then you turn to Joe Biden, and you think, okay, well, maybe, there's a last vestige of somebody who somewhat reasonable in the democrat. It'd be and keep in mind. It's the guy who has the most liberal voting record. Nope. Until two thousand eight when he'd be vice president that is so fun. Jeez, that, Ella Strates how the democrat party has shifted left so far, just in the last couple of election cycles to go from the most liberal member of the Senate is now the great hope of being a moderate among the two dozen candidates thrown up there for us. It shows how how extreme but just how radical the democrat party is now. So Nero Nero president Elise Hoge said there's no political or ideological excuse for Joe Biden. Support for the Heideman that which translates into discrimination against poor with women of color. Platon simple. Planned Parenthood action fund executive director Kelly Robinson, the unfair height amendment. How is it unfair? The we're not federally funding abortion, that is unbelievable. Makes it so that those who have the least end up having to pay the most too. Excess abortion. But it's happening anyhow through through these funds that go to Planned Parenthood women's health healthcare, but happening anyhow because of this pressure. He flipped yes lipped and it doesn't matter. Look, we have footage of him talking about, you know, being for it back in what seven right? I mean, even just just two thousand seven seven with seems like not that long ago, already twelve years ago, but it doesn't matter anymore, but it's been a long standing policy of. Yes. Well, right. Because even even just a few months ago when he's asked about it off the gum absol-. We might need less than a month. It was less than a month the gate. Yeah. You'll course we still do that. But he wanted to appear to be radical like all of his competition right now. And then he takes the fall. What? No justification was that. Well, I see what Republican states are doing for women's health care, and we have to do this now. So I'm no longer for it. Yes. Heaven forbid, we have states do their own thing. Oh, no. What if states decide what's best for that state? No, wow. No. That certainly wasn't intended will not stand. It'd be nice if they'd read the tenth amendment, it really would be nice. And when they do read it. They racism. Oh, yeah. You months Leary back busted. Okay. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. All right. Let me tell you about reduce own Cheryl from Texas. This listen to Pat, Keith and Jeffey everyday at the end of December. I started a Kito diet and chose to give reduce own a chance to help me with that today. I'm sixty five pounds lighter. And so very grateful. Thanks for sharing that with Cheryl. I mean congratulations. The Kito died is hard that is hard, and nobody just that the word diet. It's hard it really is. But reduce definitely helps it helps you to feel full and get that signal to your brain that you are, in fact, full because it contains away. And that's that's what's naturally present in your body anyway. Signal out everybody. Well, I think he just suppressed yours to the point where you can't hear it anymore. Yeah. We got some tweets we gotta get to later on the reference that Jeffy. Plus Reding's own is not a stimulant. There's no caffeine in it. There's only way that's it. So go to reduce own dot com or zone dot com. Get a thirty day money back guarantee and save thirty percent on three months. Apply at rid us own dot com. Right. We have some theories on the, the background noise of the earth from now on the YouTube video that we got that from its described as a trumpet, and I think they're just trying to tie it in with biblical things like Gabriel's trumpet right Melling, the end, it was just sounds of earth. Yeah. That's all it is. Sounds earth. I didn't know the earth made sounds like that sounds like this planet. If yes, I've never heard it really ever heard it. But I thought it sounded like a science fiction sort of UFO kind of sound. So did you hear some of them did before? Yes. Submarine buildings have been. There's arguments that some of the sounds of from coming from some of the buildings were because they were a built on burial grounds and they were built on other things. And that's what rise of. Yeah. Theory. That's fine. Go fun. That's like poltergeist. Got some tweets on in regard other theories of the sound from muffler squish. I think it might be revealing to chart when those weird sounds were recorded and how hungry Jeffy was at the time. The stomach growling of Jeff Fisher understand. That's why explained it to because I didn't really get that SO. I thought the opportunity displayed it to appreciate the theories. Explain. Those three dead pines tweets. We all know what those sounds were. It was Jeffey upset stomach. What else could be very dangerous situation? There's a consensus. Is consensus. Yeah. It's over. Facts of the scenario? We don't wanna talk to anybody. Who says it's anything else? That's right. No consensus. The debate is over done activist scenario. It's great. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Let's go to west and South Carolina. Hey west, you're on the blaze. Good morning guys. Listen, I need to needed to splaine something to me back to YouTube Facebook thing. My friend Jack back in Colorado. He is got to make cakes for weddings. He doesn't wanna do. And the government tells me has to do it. What's the difference between that and Facebook not having to put anything up or you to putting anything up that I post to really good? Question was a really good question. That's awesome. Thanks, wes. You know, I guess I guess the argument is, is that they're a you know, their their own company, and they get the case. I was really sick of that. And the Keith guy's got a stronger case, because it's a religious sensibility. I mean, religious sensibility is protected by the first amendment supposedly are least it used to be. I don't know what good luck. You know that doesn't seem to be the case anymore. Those also the Washington supreme court upheld a ruling against of florist, who refuse to same sex couple. So it continues Washington supreme court yesterday upheld its previous ruling that a florist discriminated against a same sex couple by refusing to sell them flowers for their wedding court found in twenty seventeen that the company Arlene flowers had violated state anti-discrimination law by refusing the same sex couple now as far as my religious sensibilities, if I ran a florist shot, I, I don't really think I've done anything wrong by selling this gay couple flowers, if I don't have to be there at their wedding. I have to participate in the wedding, what they dare flowers, go ahead what they do with it. Yeah. That's, that's your deal. I don't know what you're going to do with that. But to this person to be compelled by law to to do business with. A one. Yeah. No, I know whatever the reason is. No. You can't be compelled by government to participate. I wouldn't exist transaction period, especially if you claim religious sensibilities living like the seventeen hundred I know that's, that's the problem when you think you are still limited or a constitution. That is precious. Protect. Oh, that's rich. Which look like an idiot. I really wish I have a copy it gets hot liquid in it as the Bill of rights on it. And they most of them fade away. It's just a couple of things. Feels right now. She's at times, US court in two thousand eighteen ordered the state's justices to review whether there was religious animus in the decision after the high court ruled narrowly ruled in favor of Colorado Baker who refused to make a cake. So even after that supreme court ruling that was narrowly in favor of the Colorado Baker the Washington supreme court yet. No, they don't care supreme court. They said that, that was a strange ruling from them. It was it didn't it, didn't it wasn't broad. Yes in its scope and it didn't exactly it didn't even really address the religious nature of it, it just said that the, the commission in Colorado. Did it wrong? Yeah. They, yes they seem to the standard incorrectly. Yes, it was some ridiculous that just didn't help much obviously didn't help 'cause I, I first test of it goes the other way. So. So I don't know. I just not protected anymore. You're just not protected, and they're trying to get this equality act through, which is which will make it about a thousand times worse. If it passes if it if this new equality act passes, it opens up everything bathrooms at businesses in every business will have to allow everyone to use every bathroom. And there will be no protection for Colorado bakers, or you know, people who sell flowers or any of that it doesn't matter you just going to be forced into doing it. And if you don't get massive fines, or who knows he might even end up in jail, then you can go complain about it on the public square known as Twitter and Facebook, and, you know, you. Oh boy, you know what? Start your own platform rise, all starts right? What's stopping you? Start your own platform. And that's their argument right start that's been our argument to for, for a long time. And it's, it's frustrating because nonsense you can't. It's very difficult kind of close the door on that already. Yeah. Yes. So I mean, they're slamming the door in your face. And, and it's, it's a cute concept to say, okay. Start your own platform, scant few people do it, and look. And that's what that's one of Crowder's arguments really. When you get back to that, is that YouTube before they sold to Google. You know, they begged right content. Yes. Producers to come in YouTube eight their own content. Right. Lay wanted content producers, I don't think they're even doing it now. Are they? Yeah. They have their they do now out or whatever. But they just started that long ago. Yeah. But they begged these people to come and create content, we'll pay and we'll help you do all this. And then now it's like you know what we don't care about it. That's right off because it's part of the alphabet. That's why. If they were still on their own, they would need their content have hours. But now they don't so see you. And it's, it's amazing that all the major platforms Amazon, Google YouTube Facebook Twitter. They're all left wing, all of them. It's amazing. Because because conservatives kind of have Fox News. We're just out of control with the control of the media, you want man. Cable network. That's what they point to fuck. Fox News, a Fox News, though, powerful. Let's see if I can think of anything Google Facebook, Twitter YouTube ABC Amazon in. NBC. CBS. CNN MSNBC MSNBC, every new all those every movie every movie stew that works. I mean you watch AMC. I love that create, you know, Walking Dead. They've created a bunch of other stuff, but they tend to push some things down your throat. Oh, yeah. Time. Another left-wing entertainment grove is ban. It's some and, you know, even for me sometimes, it's, it's hard to take, like, okay. Yeah. I got it. Yeah. Well, I've told you on those nature shows that I love blue planet, our planet all that stuff. I love him and then they start in on the global warming every single time and it's like I can't can't take it start. We watch it. So I just fast forward past watching with my wife and I'll start by just posit. Are you done? I can't I just can't again, either and you know, it's gotten so bad that and we're gonna talk to this woman Susan's Crawford, we're talking to her next week or a couple of weeks from now because I think she just yesterday she just went in for surgery, she's out, though. Broken the hospital or the rehab center. We give her around. So anyway, she addressed this huge walrus tragedy, that, that Netflix set up and actually caused it looks like the evidence that was it. Yeah. So this incredible catastrophe with only walruses and it's not funny. It's horrific. I mean, when you watch things yes, really said, when he wants that I don't know, dozens of walruses fall off this cliff and die on the rocks beneath, and they attribute that to climate change. And the narrator, David Attenborough weeping practice, as he says it. Well didn't have to happen. And he can't even speak and it's like, yeah, I didn't have to happen, if you weren't there with your drones to scare the crap out of the walruses, if your cameramen weren't there with this book, then what happened. I know. But I mean it is beautifully shot, and it does help you appreciate nature and everything all the life on this planet. Let's really pretty lost a few hours. We lost for a good shot. Quite a few. And then it plays right into their agenda is it's pathetic. So anyway, we're gonna talk to her about that. It's it's an amazing situation. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. If you believe in all these left wing causes abortion in sanctuary cities and climate change nonsense, keep supporting AT and T and Verizon because they're sending all your money to those causes on the other hand, if you're more conservative, and you don't support abortion in sanctuary cities. And you don't necessarily think there's men Qasr catastrophic climate change. 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Grabby with us. Go to lease is leeza LIZA in New Jersey. Liza. Liza liza. Okay, welcome. Great. Hi. I just wanted to just put out my concern there of the internet service providers, once they start playing with the streaming of the internet channels, 'cause we have this Facebook in the Twitter's of the world, you know, cutting the conservative voices out. But what happens when it gets down to the the service providers? Just being silly. Yeah, it's a frightening it's frightening thought series because it will come to that I'm sure I'm sure it will it. Sure, is, thanks lease. They already decide when if they if they you know, throttle, you're streaming right with side. Yeah, binders. Yes. If they start. Ooh. That darn I don't know what happened you're gonna have to block your site. Yeah, you're preaching hate right? I could easily and that could happen soon. Very soon very soon. It's frightening. What, what, what is the worship and protection of Planned Parenthood, by the way, what I mean for Twitter to, to stop live action like that in their tracks just to protect Planned Parenthood. What is the you'll with? It's not just these liberal outlets such as those who run Twitter and Facebook and social media platforms in the media. It's in places like these. City council meetings, where this young girl like wishy Levin years old, and Raleigh North Carolina, and she spoke don't know if you wanna play that video where she speaks against abortion and says, hey, we're gonna look back. It's like what's do always says he thinks generations are gonna look back and say, how the heck could they do this, if such barbaric society, and they're going to quit it to slavery? And that's what this little girl did in the crowd was like a mob at her yelling and screaming anyway, I don't know if you wanna play that. Yeah. Here's what he's talking about. I strongly believe that abortion is murder. I also believe murders wrong to ask you make abortion illegal in Raleigh, abortion, should be legal, because it's murder the definition of murders killing one human being by another without justification often with attended malice, when mothers, choose to slaughter innocent babies. There have fingerprints, noses they can recognize their mom's voice, they can up in their heart is beating there's no way around it abortion is murder. So why is it? If an IMF destroyed before birth. There's no problem. But if killed after birth, it's considered a brutal murder abortion, reminds me of slavery owner, said that there were their property, and they could do whatever they wanted with them just to you about their babies. My hope is in a few years, look back at abortion, think that was so new. I can't believe we did them just how we all look at slavery. The question is, who will you be this leave owner, the man knowing the whites only site on the waterfowl? Rosa Parks or ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Who are you going to be make a choice? Are you choosing to be like the plantation worker, flogging, the little black child, or are you going to protest, even if it costs you like Martin Luther King junior? Who are you going to be, if you think abortion, should if you think abortion should be legal would you please hand up? We need a change order. Order order order, if you think abortion should be illegal. What do you play a stint? We need to change the law to change the world. So let stand up and do it. Thank you. She's every, and of course, they don't have to come to order because no, their, their outrage and they don't go for several minutes, just a little. Okay. Incredibly brave. That's. Had something else while they're that passionate for point you were making a horse right, for abortion and Planned Parenthood. They're big abortion mill. They love it. They worship it. It's almost it's almost a religion to them. The lead is always talking about Planned Parenthood being all about women's healthcare women's reproductive rights. Let's, let's just look. Is it take a peek at the origin of Planned Parenthood showy and try to understand why these leftists are so in love with Planned Parenthood? Margaret Sanger proposed allowing congress to solve population problems by appointing a parliament of population. She wanted a parliament of population directors representing the various branches of science in the parliament would direct and control the population through birth rates and immigration, by the way, that's not allowing people in. That's keeping people out to Margaret Sanger and direct its distribution over the country, according to national Meads consistent with taste fitness, Andy interest of the individuals, that's for that's for Margaret Sanger's book a plan for peace birth control review, pages, one, oh, seven and one away. If you'd like to references. If you're on the left. She called the various methods of population control, including abortion defending the unborn against their own disabilities. She believed that the United States should keep the doors of immigration closed to the entrance of certain aliens whose condition is known to be detrimental to the stem it of the race such as the feeble minded, obviously shouldn't let the evil minded in here. Idiots morons insane syphilitic epileptic criminal professional prostitutes, and others. In this club words, Jeffey, they're allowed entry into a Mike at hurts, right? So you give us a page number. You would. You would've why will page. That's again. For ages one seven to one away. Okay. You were born here, brother. She advocated, a stern and rigid policy of sterilization in segregation to that great of population, whose progeny is already tainted like yours, Jeffy. Or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to the offspring about have that. Have kids up? Again, this is the this is the founder of Planned Parenthood that the left worships and they're all about my gosh. They're all about minorities, people whom singer could considered unfit should be sent to farmlands and homesteads where they'd be taught to work under competent instructors for the period of just their entire lives. We don't wanna have to look at him in this. So we'll put on farmland taught for the rest of their lives how to act. This is incredible. She was an advocate of proposal, called the American baby code. What is that? That is to achieve the results desired through selective births. So that means that people you consider unfit. Can't get birth. Where already they're already believes that. She's way past the code will protect society against the propagation and increase of the unfit. We don't want people who were unfit to be born. No way. The if you're on fit your get out in the field, we'll tell you something, the unfit are itchy. They're just Dickey you know, and I don't want to be around him, who does number seven while advocating for the American baby coach argued that marriage licenses should provide couples with the right to only common household, but not parenthood. In fact, couples should have to obtain a permit to become parents. This is great, thus the name Planned Parenthood. I guess he plan to not become parents. Marriage license shell in itself. Give husband and wife, only the right to a common household, and not the right to bear hood. No woman shall have the legal. Right. No woman shall have the legal right to bear a child. And no, you'll have the right to become a father without a permit for parenthood. She was really a class act. She was wonderful wasn't. She no wonder they love her and her organization so much over permits, for parenthood, she'll be issued upon application by city county or state authorities to married couples providing their financially able to support the expected child have the qualifications needed for proper rearing have no trans transmissible diseases and on the women's part, no medical indication that the maturity is likely to result in death or permanent injury to health. No permit for parenthood. She'll be valid for more than one birth. I mean what is China? Amazing. She said all that sounds highly revolutionary in it might be possible to put the scheme into practice. Think. Yeah, yeah. This all seven at one. It's a really small fun. This was actually from her America needs, a code for good in March twenty seven thousand nine thirty four from the Margaret, Margaret Sanger papers collection. She believed that large families were detrimental to society, the most serious evil of our times is that of encouraging the bringing into the world of large families the most immoral practice of the day is breeding too many children. Too many breeders, you know, number nine, she argued that motherhood must be efficient. Birth control itself, often denounced, his violation of natural laws. Nothing more or less than the facilitation of the process of weeding out the unfit of preventing the birth of defective or of those will become defective. Defected, don't you know, yes. The unfit ended effective. I don't like them. I don't wanna be around him again. They're, they're Hickey. Vicky. Nobody wants to see him. That's why they should be on those farms, you know, being taught today lives, they only have to spend the rest of their entire lives. They're learning how to be decent people population control. She she wrote would bring about the materials of a new race. If we're to develop a in America new race with racial soul. We must keep the birth rate within the scope of our ability to understand as well as to educate, we must, not encourage reproduction beyond our. Capacity to assimilate our members. So as to make the coming generation into such physically fit mentally cable capable socially alert individuals as are the ideal of democracy yet. We're we're not a democracy, Margaret, but she's dead not. So it's pointless to tell her that. Number eleven Segye wrote that an ex- excess in population must be reduced war, famine poverty, and oppression of the workers will continue. Well, while woman makes life cheap mothers at whatever cost. She must emerge from her. Ignorance and assume responsibility, also, we do not want word to go out. Turning into a fan of Margaret Yale. Yes, he's terrific. She's terrific. And you could see what she's virtually worshipped by the left. We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the negro population. Don't tell so. That's what she told Dr Clarence gamble who is a black pastor. And she said, yeah. Which don't tell your people were trying to exterminate them. Shh. Let's keep that our secret. Believable in an interview with Mike Wallace in nineteen fifty seven singer said, I think the greatest sin in the world is bringing children into the world that have disease from their parents. Right. Have no chance in the world to be a human being practically until Lincoln's prisoners, all sorts of things just marked when they're born that to me is the greatest in that people can can commit. Wow. Okay. So, so she was a lot of fun at parties. She was great. Yes. She was wonderful. And that's why. The Nazis loved her and learned an awful lot from her about eugenics and with those wonderful Margaret Sanger principles in mind. Consider this consider what her organization is done since nineteen thirty four. According to the numbers from the CDC forty seven percent of all, black pregnancies end in abortion, almost half. It's far worse than that. In New York in New York City for every thousand black babies born eleven hundred eighty are aborted. And more than half have the numbers, but. Most planned Parenthoods are in downtown inner city residents. Yes. I do have the actually do have the numbers on that. See, according to research done a few years ago by the life issues institute, seventy nine percent of abortion, offering Planned Parenthood. Facilities are within walking distance of black, and Hispanic neighborhoods. Unbelievable almost eighty percent. So they're I mean, they're still following through on the mission is your are Sanger's stated goal in nineteen thirty nine was to exterminate the negro population, and they're, they're trying really hard. They're doing their damndest to get that done at Planned Parenthood. Baracoa translations for everybody who loves and worship at the altar of Planned Parenthood. Congratulations, there's your goals, and they are being accomplished and a message to blacks that constantly vote for Democrats, your powering the party that empowers Planned Parenthood. Who's the purposes to exterminate your race? I don't know how they get away with it. I, I really don't understand how they get away with it. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. On a happier note, this is something that you can put your mind, on and feel good for the rest of the day. Sailing the Mediterranean on a ship full of passengers who like you love history and love this country and love, great food. Okay. Gourmet food, great, nightlife, you're relaxed by the pool, joint Glenn and Bill o'riley doing David. Barton wait. Rabbi lap and all fourteen day adventure. Next spring sailing in the eastern Mediterranean, you'll visit Italy Croatia, Jerusalem, Athens. I mean that sounds awesome. I've always wanted to see Venice, and you'll explore Venice. We're going to crush this cruise party. Right. The three of us gonna helicopter. In say that, that wasn't a a reference to the crash of the cruise ship. No. All right. I feel about crushing the party. I'd like to like to crush this party, but you'll explore Venice, the birthplace of commerce, Greece. The origin of the Republic, you can walk where Jesus did is really great. If you can't bring your kids bring your grandkids, this would be quite inexperienced. Visit come sail away dot com today to learn all the details and check out the different packages available to you. It's come sail away dot com. It's Pat gray unleashed on the play. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three let's go to Joe in West Virginia. Hey Joe, you're on the blaze. Hey, how are you today? I'm doing well, you really concerned or you just making small talk. Just making small talk sense. Some of that Oliver about the, the defective and so forth. Made me wonder how how the missed most of those people congress back to the. Talking about defective. Yeah. They're lucky we appreciate it. Thanks, joe. They're lucky, we didn't go with the with the Margaret Sanger principles of getting rid of defective. How would that would do? I mean you still eliminate about three quarters of them. And if you ask them, they obviously, don't feel they are the do. Right. They think they think we are. We're the defective 's exactly. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three ended Pat unleashed on Twitter where coffee lover 'em tweets today. I learned Keith coffee mug has more freedom than we do. Our Bill of rights is be flushed on the toilet as we speak from the pickled, squirrel. These morons haven't figured out that the pendulum swings two ways if you can force a business to do something guess what wouldn't your time will come? They can't get that. I know I don't know why Kool-Aid with a C Pat, you can keep you can keep from paying income taxes. You just have to earn what fifty percent of the country earns. Solution. I was really looking for there, but yeah, Scottie Sweatman, if Margaret Sanger were alive today, even reading those ideas and policies, she'd leave Biden choking on the dust. The democrat nomination. Yep. The St. forty-two Sanger was Hitler before Hitler was Hitler. Yeah. It's really true. I mean really true. For her to thrive in this country is it's embarrassing, and it's, it's a, it's a stain on the United States of America that anybody listen to. And yet she is in the end yet. Elevators later, Queen them. Yeah. Eight years later, we got people singing her praises like Hillary Clinton. And we've got people singing the praises of the organization. She founded, it's really crazy. It is really crazy. But, you know, leave my reproductive rights alone. Thank you. That's what it's about. Today. There's a story brought to us by hunting post that make it clear that women aren't the only people who get abortions. So. I'll tell you what my friends. All right. That's like the new thing we got another story transgender man and other gender. Non conforming, folks. Get abortions too. I'm sorry. No, but no one's discussing how the reason abortions bands will affect them, my friend, so on other than women. No other than women have you received you believe anything you want about your identification. How you identify you can identify as a gerbil, if you want to, I honestly, don't care, but I don't have to play. If you wanna talk to your imagination friend, all the time, go ahead. But if you're an adult I'm just not gonna talk to your imaginary friend to okay. Gonna play your game. I'm not doing it. Whatever hater. No one, but women have uteruses, thank you. Good night drive safely. It's Pat gray unleashed on the Blake. Morning american. Friday Virginia with us. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. You know the president gave him pretty darn good speech yesterday for for d day. Excellent. He was he even got some praised from the left on this, which was amazed Kosta, Jim Acosta said he did a great job is that amazing man. It is a million, but Kosta I don't think it costs to bash Trump on a D day speech, though, right? Basham on everything else. Not said anything. Yeah. Yeah. Or not been complimentary could've just talked about the speech and not sending any good. But he did. He said, good things about it. Anyway. Here he is talking about the allies. Here's President Trump yesterday. Their mission is the story of an epic battle, and the ferocious turtles struggle between good and evil. On the sixth of June nineteen forty four. They joined a liberation force of awesome power and breathtaking scale. After months of planning the allies had chosen, this ancient coastline to mount their campaign to vanquish the wicked tyranny of the Nazi empire from the face of the earth. The battle began in the skies above us in those first tents, midnight hours, one thousand aircraft Robert overhead with seventeen thousand allied airborne troops preparing to leap into the darkest beyond these trees. Then came on the enemy who had occupied these heights. So the largest naval armada in the history of the world. Just a few miles offshore, where seven thousand vessels bearing one hundred thirty thousand warriors. They were the citizens of free and independent nations United by their duty to their compatriots into millions yet. Unborn. There were the British whose nobility and fortitude saw them through the worst of Dunkirk and the London blitz. The full violence of Nazi fury was no match for the full grand year of British pride. Thank you. We're the Canadians, whose robust sense of honor and loyalty, compel them to take up arms alongside Britain from the very, very beginning. There were the fighting polls that tough Norwegians and the intrepid ozzy's. There were the gallant, French commandos soon to be met by thousands of their brave cut. You've been ready to write a new chapter in the long history of French valor. Yeah. And finally, there were. The americans. The ones who really won the war. Yes throughout the other ones, but it was us. It really came to everybody knows it. Script was there, anybody who punched above their weight? You didn't mention. Not mentioned any of all the countries, you mentioned all of them above their weight. Okay. All right. Good. All right, good wasn't quite up to states. It's a little monotone for my liking. But I'm glad you know people loved it. I thought it was excellent. Yeah. And he, and he got into some of the personal stories in the second faces that were made. There were so that wasn't the whole speech. It wasn't quite the whole was not. Oh, I wish I would have caught it. He talked about will you're about to talked about Ray, Lambert, the remembered story. Here's president on that one of those men in jailers. Sixteenth regiment was army medic Ray, Lambert, Ray was only twenty three but he had already earned three purple hearts and two silver stars fighting in north African Sicily, where he and his brother Bill no longer with us. Served side by side. In the early morning hours with the two brothers stood together on the deck of the USS Enrico, before, boarding, two separate Higgins landing craft. If I don't make it Bill said, please, please take care of my family. Ray asked his brother to do the same. Of the thirty one men on raise landing craft only Ray and six others. Made it to the beach. There were only a few of them left. Fit Jayme to the sector, right here below us. Easy read. It was called again. And again Ray ran back into the water he dragged out one man after another. He was shot through the arm. His leg was ripped open by shrapnel. His back was broken. He nearly drowned. He had been on the beach for hours bleeding, and saving lives. When he finally lost consciousness. He woke up the next day on a cot. Beside another badly wounded soldier. He looked over. And so his brother Bill, they made it. They made it. They made it. Ninety eight years old Ray is here with us today with his fourth, purple heart and his third silver star from Omaha. Ray the free world, salute you. That's cool. That he was there. Okay. That's really something she's talking about hero. Oh, the stories man, just unbelievable. Least just guys right out of high school. I mean. Save the world from tyranny. Credible. There really was the greatest generation really was without question. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three then you compare that you compare the stories of d day too. Bill Nye comparing climate change to d day. So I had seen this. So looking forward to it. Bill nyc clearing the need to fight climate change in the same. I mean virtually he's about to make the comparison. See how just place universe where we can survive. And it's got this wonderful blue gray blue green or shell around. It's not even a shell just a film us. That's something that we're all gone. Also, the big thing is the speed everybody is, is not that we're all gonna die in twelve years. It's just we're not able to move our infrastructure, seaports are railroads, and so on and move our agricultural wave from the equator 's fast enough to feed everybody as we get to be nine and ten billion unless we get to work. There's enormous opportunities. You know, I am always optimistic about this because tomorrow is anniversary of d day. And it was, of course, tremendous loss and tremendous sacrifice. But it was part of this raider idea that we have a global problem and we're going to solve it. I always respect. My parents veterans. Arly just insulted crazy. We can do this. It's the United States. And so things are changing, but we can do this, Chris, your leader, Bill. Your leader Bill, Bill night. This unsighted guide the fact that scenario geologist or whatever he was our an idiot on my gosh. Wow. Good gully. That's impairing. It's embarrassing. You put Bill Nye up there to lead us, your later Bill, Bill. Hey, Bill, you're making, hey, member that show. You pill that convinced me that you should lead the world. Is that what you're kind of what else is he done who is this person? Nothing. What else does he what else he doesn't? Have flick shows. They were great were. They, they were great didn't that quickly end because it was so bad and nobody watched it. I think that quickly ended because it was so bad and no one watched. It. Now, he does his YouTube videos, which I'm sure won't get band. No, they will not going to get banned. They'll tell you not. Absolutely not. Because he's on the right side of this ios. If you're on the left, you don't have to worry about it at all, and for no, he's definitely on the left. So. Yeah, because they will come for you to eventually. You know, somebody's gonna come for you. Maybe one day conservatives will will be empowered and they'll be pissed off, and they'll look for retribution against the Bill Nye's of the world. And so they'll shut you down. Sometimes that sounds like a good thing. Sometimes it does it does sound like a graphics, just isn't. But it sounds like that's probably. Does feel good to get revenge? Oh, just we're not supposed to go that way. I want to tell me I can. So there's also this after several several Republican led state governments have acted to restrict abortion women and other people thank you. Sorry other people don't have uteruses people other than women. Don't have uteruses. Somebody shut his off. Still going to stick with if I could on this particular issue. All right. Going to be a science denier. Is that what you're saying? No, I'm saying. Show me what's in your pants? And I'll tell you what you really are. I don't wanna see what's in your pants necessarily a catch twenty I can guarantee you, if you have what I have in my Pence, you don't have a uterus K that's guaranteed guaranteed. Those have an abortion, but they found an unlikely ally in the CEO of a dating site created for transactional relationships. If lawmakers will not step in to help, these desperate, women, then I will Brandon Wade said he's the founder Brandon Wade is the wonderful founder and CEO seeking arrangement a site. With over ten million members that connects sugar babies to sugar daddies or mama's chanted find mutually beneficial relationships to help people get together and sound sounds like a great website. So I bring people together weighed must be super proud of himself, and he should be any is Wade, said that his girlfriend Zoe and her sister, who were from gadston, Alabama, cried, cried after the Alabama abortion ban. They cried. No. Are they pregnant? Is that the deal banned the procedure at any stage of station just passed last month? They cried as their probably. Alabama. The early are apparently they are. But this guy, what's his name equate? Didn't. Hey, wait. Hey, honey. You your sister. Don't worry about it. We can go wherever we want. No. But he did. He said he had some learning to do when it came to understanding why many women, especially those who live in the country's rising number of abortion desert's a rising number four should member food as they don't talk about that anymore. Don't exist because they don't exist. Now, there's abortion desert's. Great. Well, they can't just stop on a plane to another state. Now, he said, I asked Zoe why can't someone from Alabama simply travel to a neighboring state, where abortion is legal to get one? Yeah. Why it seems like a good question. Through her tears. She did. Yeah. She said many simply cannot afford to do so Alabama's antiabortion laws designed to hurt the poorest among not is exactly what it's designed for there is the Republicans in that state cut together thought, how can we hurt the weakest and poorest among us? You know what I know? Let's ban abortion. Yes. Gonna bend airports in Alabama to keep these women from flying away from us abortion desert. And we'll also not allow them access to cars. Right. Yes, we'll make sure they're not anywhere near a horse because you could actually write a horse to another state. You could walk. So we're gonna have to cut off the legs, teen treks. Tim, Terry stick to the barn feed though. Right. I can't kennel write them. That's why we have to remove their legs lady likes so that they can't walk and can't ride to another state to get an abortion. These women Bronco two girls skis. Crawling through the bar. We go. The frozen tundra of Alabama's abortion desert's. The weakest poorest among us came out for the second. They had known legs Ben removed by the Republicans in the legislature. They had no they'd been shooed off by conservatives in the southern state. Yet the crowed with the. All the way to Mississippi. To secure their abortion. Inspirational. That's inspirational go away. Baby. And this he he's, so he's offering to fly women to other states, he's only worth between one point four million and thirty five million, you're gonna be broke, we're last Brandon better. So some more subscriptions sugar babies. All right. You know in America, we suffered through a lot of pain. I'm sure they do all over the world but we're just kind of concentrating on our people right now. 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This bad rate unleashed. What is coming in the weeks is the, the museum? Nice this building they're already revamping. It. Every morning, the James walls are in the same place twice. If you're. Sure. Twelve score and three years ago something. Anyway, it's this is our best museum of all time. And so if you've got that time off, or you could take that time off. Please do it. Really? Cool. I noticed, I noticed also, I think what they're they've got a new app that they're going to have. So you when you take a tour you'll be able to look at three the images of some of the things that we have here. Yeah. Actually, I'm not I don't know if I'm supposed to talk about that. So never mind. All the time. So I think there were just go ahead. But you can plan your fourth of July here in Dallas. There are municipalities all over the Metroplex that have great firework shows at different. Okay. Coordinate with one of the suburbs, and just go to mercuryone dot org for tickets Irving, always has decent fireworks show. They were there's been great what I like to do hover in a helicopter above the DFW and watch watch all of them all at the same time. There's plenty of. Yeah. You you love to do. You do all the time. Well, it's going to be loved to do it. Are we gonna? Our museum to I'm gonna throw your curve ball might town is doing their fireworks on June twenty eighth this year. What's why Friday before the always one helicopter to get a couple of Mr. helicopter? Wow, we're gonna helicopter. We wanna see the ones that are actually celebrating on the holiday the other cities, celebrate earlier late will care about them. I don't either. You'll be there though. Sad news to I, I know we're trying to be upbeat and everything about the museum. But, you know, I noticed you didn't mention the sad news. We, we lost another rock and Roll Hall of Famer. They're not in foreigner apparent. John, Dr jarring director John seventy seven passed away. Been time. But satisfy he passed away. But I just, you know, I didn't realize it was Roll Hall of fame member, seventy seven wait a minute. Dr stinking John was in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. He had a grand total. One song played on the radio right place. Wrong time was the only song anybody ever played doctor trendsetter though, his his unreal. Can't be possibly look. He was a piano player, a blended, black, and white musical influence with who do few stage persona gravely, by you drawl? So I mean there's threat side don't care about any of that. They shouldn't be in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I'm looking up, Dr John records. Let's see how many what he sell eighteen nineteen albums, how many. Thank you. Though he was he was more of a live to rep who you saw Dr. John live. You ought to see him live, Dr John lives. What did you realize guess, honestly? Yes. I did. Dr Johnson, Dr John and Jerry Lewis on a riverboat in New Orleans. Yes. Great show. Good night. Oh, I can imagine the tremendous and had to be almost got thrown in jail in New Orleans more than once on that weekend. Really? Yeah. That would have been what year would we be looking at here with my Grandpa's little kid where the French occupying mornings at that time. That's a good question. That's a good question. Many sell. We know it doesn't say I'm gonna find still. Still the whole. Almost done. That's all it says. All right at paddock leashed Jeff's, flickering pulsa. Vent tweets, shame people will soon forget, how the men on that beach were literally, the difference between charity becoming the world standard, or freedom, becoming the standard all those who died on that beach did so to stop socialism from spreading. That's so true. And now look at us now look at us spreading socialism from within often. Think of guys that era like sitting on that stage what must they think of the world today? Yeah. Oh man. Foof. There's a great book. By Ezra, TEP insen, who was the. Secretary of agriculture in the United States. Every Ezra, tat. Towns. Yeah. Wrote a book called an enemy has done this. Everybody should read that tells you about about what happens from within, and how this country will come come crashing down eventually within if we allow it if we're watching that. We, we are really watching it right now. We're allowing you say, if we allow it, we're allowing it to happen. We are allowing it right now allowing look. I'm just as guilty. We're all just as good because it was like Holly. It'll be all right. This is not gonna be alright unless insurance. All right. Happy Friday to you. All right. Now. From pats otest, facial cream customer. I can see it now since the Bill night. The non science guy says earth is giant shell the next pick will see is Bill licking, giant earth colored, Tootsie pop to express, how many licks earthquake till, we're, we're all doomed factually. Don't be surprised. He might actually do that. Just might all right. Let me tell you about a field of greens from brickhouse nutrition. So this is such a great product science. Scientists have suspected a correlation between growing rates of obesity and processed food. But what they just recently discovered was that these processed foods, also apparently lead us to overeat till the bottom line is you need fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet. And I never get it except with field of greens. I love this product thought to garden and everything back. No. Yeah, my wife. We'd uses it, but I don't. Growing food for. 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I've got. Yeah. It was a great trip. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three eighty three and Sarah tweets. No horses. No cars. No abortions. Sounds nearly as bad as poor Jacob. The oldest strewed Ling limb. Nearly you know what? Norwegian, Dan come to think of it. Did. Going to do face from the struggling tribe run the likely onto Locklear on helium TV for the subtitles on this. Oh, great. So let's see run to Lachler on your Liam. Round around. Of the money, try of North Carolina. Good. The boys. Holidays. To dispel, all these words are great. That scone. Famous. Pacified. Hey don't have access to high speed internet or Hitler forty. With Gallup service in a home with your team that. Phone. My son could take it on. They would. It has clearly are. Blocking these internet to what comic poets product project. Face. Search. Starving streamed. Alex army I'm Sarah, get frustrated strike commitment around. And needed to do. Hours to connote don't say that please don't say. That is disarming. Rushing discourage Scrooge child for strike writing today. No. For. Feel forced. And you have to have many, many, let the government bailed you. Yeah. I mean fortunately, they spent twenty million dollars in Gotcha, high speed internet access the Lombi drive. Of course, she had it to two months before that testimony that they're right. Already charity, add it, and he could serve the web lackey lacks, even when she was whining about it. So don't even know what she was wide at about. So that happened in two thousand nine so long ago. Do you think it was ten years ago? We've been Joe ten years. We've been joying that clip still holds up. It's still hold has it stood the test time. There's no question about it. Eras. No doubt in my mind that, that is fresh. Was the first is already accepting retirement. Lackey lab. To watch the lackey likes. And, and Jakup mutt Otis. OD so great. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three Clarence Thomas. Just added drop the mic moment. This is we've had this for a few days, but I I love it. I love it in rare public remarks Clarence Thomas dismissed, what he called this rumor that I was retiring. He said, I had no idea where this comes from Justice. Thomas in Iraq Iraq's? And reflective mood was interviewed by David Rubenstein, financier and philanthropist in the supreme court's courtroom, as part of a series of lectures, sponsored by the supreme court, historical society, cool. The supreme court has a historic citing. Okay. I didn't know that he said, I really don't have stress I caused stress about it. So great. And he just doesn't care. He just doesn't care what you think he has his ideology. He has his principles, and his value. Use sticks by him. And if you don't like it tough tough. He also expressed frustration with what he, he was for. Stri strata frustration with what he called, intellectual stereotyping. He said people who will get very upset. If someone said All Blacks look are really comfortable saying All Blacks oughta think alike. How brilliant? Really is that so good Clarence? Of course, is the otest supreme court Justice. Well, he's been there, the longest lost. Yeah. But he's the longest. He said, if you said that blacks should not be allowed to go to a library you'd be against that. If you said that blacks couldn't read certain books in the library you would say that's wrong. But now we're so comfortable saying that blacks, can't hold some of the ideas in some of the books in the library. That's absurd. He's just absolutely brilliant. Speak out more. I know publicly. I know he would understand that you talked about sports how much you love Nebraska, all fan. Yeah. And he's, he mentioned some other sports, but he also mentioned that in particular a volleyball, so that hurt hurt number volleyball is very good team. BYU. Finals? Yeah. They were in their final four at golf, Mr Deprez. Got it. Okay. Well, that's why Clarence Thomas. Ginny his wife is from there. And so that's how he by the way. Why us men's track? Team is second is in second place right now nationals heading into the final day today. So. Posted on any of them going to good good track. They've got. Got any of those guys going to raise for the women's team? I think that's loud now cross evident BYU. We're done. University. Shut it down. It's over a better. Yeah. Probably will happen. It'll happen everywhere because it's just will. It will just yeah. It's permeating our society. Seems like it's everywhere because one or two people at a few big universities do it. And so it's all in our face. It's, but those weightlifting federation's both of them came out and said, no, but they but they came out. They didn't. They didn't say that. They claimed that they know the woman right? They were saying that wasn't man. Right. Yeah. They. When she took drug tests are tests afterward. They realize, oh, you're a dude, you're disqualified, how they worded it though, so that it was better. Federation's. So maybe like. They were they said. No. And they took away the awards. But they didn't say that it couldn't happen again. They just said that. What I read? Okay. So I just they were pretty pretty clear, but I don't know who knows they'll be. They'll be drummed out of existence clear on that. So any clear guy. Right. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three hundred anyway. Clarence Thomas is a national treasury national represent from him. Thankfully, not retiring yet. I salute shut that Rover allowed that would be a nightmare, if you had to replace Clarence Thomas because how do you do that? You don't look after this last attempt at the supreme court Justice. I don't wanna go through it again. Right. I want all live for another hundred. I know democrat presidential candidate Pete Buddha. Judge had something interesting to say that people keep saying this about Stacey Abrams that she should go of Georgia. What is long lost? She shouldn't be the governor shade lost. What are you talking about? Why do you keep saying the highest turnout years? Absolutely. That is such. She didn't online wasn't stolen from her. There wasn't you know, they didn't rig the election. She lost get over. For it. But here's what Buddha judge said. Stacey Abrams ought to be the governor of Georgia. Why how? So you should start giving the Hugh should award the position to the loser now view that what it is. Oh, is that what it is? Racially motivated voter suppression is permitted. Oh, stop it. When district drawn so that politicians get to choose their vote study their voters studied the other way around. I can't take it. When money is allowed to outvote people in this country. Money's say that we live in a democracy. Buddy singer. Not one. Not one just because our party tends to do better. When more people are allowed to vote. Right. But because every American will be better off when our democracy, lives up a little more. Doc, I can't take it was of true as kind kinda got a little low baba pick. Barasch good luck. Good luck mayor Pete. Well, he's up to five percent now. He's skyrocket is oh, two five. So I'm not gonna worry about it right now because he he's, he's not a major player press loves of good showing at a debate. He might he might pick up the pace a little maybe, but for now the latest poll is Biden. Thirty one Sanders fourteen. Elizabeth? Warren nine. He Lisbeth Warren is now up to nine I mean she's doing better than Buddha. Judge would you wouldn't? It doesn't feel like no. It doesn't it doesn't feel like that at all. Then it's calmly Harris at six I think. Five those Buddha. Jen come out, here is all both seem like there are better than that. Yeah, they do. They do. And it's three percent is the wonderful and not so popular. Beto Aurore, Robert Francis got a little bit though. He's got three percent but because they're darn it out around thirteen Hickenlooper. It's not we're less than three weeks away from the first democratic debates coming up, June twenty six twenty seventh in Miami. They're only going to do it for two days stretch. It over as ten candidates each night. Wow. Then we got Elizabeth more starting to get a little bit. Cocky here. She's at nine percent. Again, keep that in mind nine percent. The other day at one of her campaign stop. She said, when I'm president. Whoa. That sounds good. Get over yourself. Get over it. It's not happening. Get over it. I'm tempted to issue the if she's elected all eat, my underwear banks were going to not going, but I'm tempted. Because there's just no way she wins. She's not gonna win. I don't see that. No way not going to win. Please tell me she's not gonna win. Please speak comfort to me. I don't say anything anymore man is twenty nineteen twenty twenty it's going to be more. You can't really count on anything. You can't. President. But I think you can I think you can. Oh, boy, you'd think okay? I think you can count on that. I think you can count on Bernie Sanders becoming president. Yeah. I don't think America elects, a socialist. I don't think we're quite there or getting. Now to go on a cliff. I hope we're not they're socialist man twice. We re elected him. But well he's talking. Well, yeah, but, I mean he's not admitted socialist and people didn't see him. Okay. Did not caveat socialist. Oh, they didn't infect today's world there probably is pissed at him because he didn't go far. Now they are absolutely. They are AMC has said, so, yeah, so I mean, why fates them for it? Right. Think about that. Think about that. We're sitting here and all of our agreement that Brock Obama is moderate. They've got out there for twenty twenty. Yeah. It's bad. It's bad. Could he get elected and twenty twenty by the Democrats? I mean they still love him. They still practically worship the guy. Yes. I mean he's kind of above us. All he's, he's almost God beco- according to the Newsweek guy, Evan thumbs. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Let me tell you about real estate agents. I trust dot com selling or buying a home. It's pretty complicated. It's tough to met navigate, so you want somebody dependable somebody who does it fulltime and somebody with a really good track record of success. You want somebody who knows the market you understand the comparables in your neighborhood how to price your home, so it can sell fast and you want somebody who shares your values and. The things you believe in, and you got those things in common. That's why all of these people are fans of the show like you are so. It works out much better than hiring like your second cousin twice removed. That's why you go real estate agents. I trust dot com. When you go there, we will introduce you to the best agent in your area. It's real estate agents I trust. This is bad great. Looks like they're still there. They've re released some of the information from the jussie smollet situation this week, police are a little hacked off. They're, they're not pleased with the fact that, that all charges were dropped there, and that he's gone scot-free. And he's, you know, he cost he cost the city what one hundred thirty thousand wasn't more than that. Wow. What they were making him pay back, right? Yeah. They want him to. Yeah. And so they've released a bunch of information, and some of that information was that, you know, he did some drug deals with these two guys. And then he seemed to set something up like maybe the dry run of the attack. I mean it's so clear that he did this, that he set this up that this was a hoax, and he's still gets to cling. The fact that yeah, I've been completely exonerated. No, not really. You really haven't anyway. The released his nine one one call and is it him? It's not even is it. This is friend. His friend makes with the apartment that he to right. And here's nine one week to shook up course. Yeah. Exactly. I just need a police to come by. I worked with artist. I don't wanna say name, but he's thinking. Subway was walking by some guys artists how many jumping with something like that. And I just wanna report him go thing like that. And that same call the caller goes on to describe the attack and then asks police to come check on the victim. We now know that, that man was smollet. Okay. So you going back to the partner so you just gonna leave it there. I came out because I said that I really like address, you know, he was cool. He's in want me to call you guys so like familiar. Okay. So okay, you can't make the report for them. Did he want to make note even? That's why I'm doing. He's definitely gonna make four I'm gonna make make the report. Does your friend need a ambulance? I think he's proud of pretty weird lamb just cause I'm scared. I don't know what it is. They put a noose around his neck. You know they didn't do nothing. Around nick. And this is a well known person. I watch. We were artist. That was some weird stuff really weird. Very, very strange really weird. But I mean that just goes to what he means. He was badly till that he couldn't he couldn't make the call on his own originally. You said he didn't want to. Yeah, okay. Yeah. And it talked about that. Police report how the brothers kind of coordinated where they just rubbed his their knuckles in his face to just make it bruised up without actually punching him. It's insane. I didn't see that Barton. That's pathetic. We did get some other news about Jesse this week as well. It's kind of sad. Don't don't say what I don't know if I can have. Even. Longer the, the producers and show runners of his show empire got tired of people asking Jesse was going to be in the final season and want people to know that the answer is no rain coming back, but they get paid for it, though. So big deal. He's still up the contract. They reupped is deal with empire, but he's not going to be the guy a million. Plus, whatever he was making she two million, I think it was to every up this deal, but then they said. Wow. Did he make out well in this? That's pretty awesome. For him. Yes, it is. You know, get some community service, Pat. He's got to do that, right. Well, I think you already did well, so. Yeah. That was done. So that was part of put this behind us has any suffered enough. Yeah. Yes, terrible. He suffered enough for the hoax. Reopening, the wound. With these nine one, one calls man. It's really not fair. You know, leave the poor guy alone. Even and let's hope he gets, you know, I don't know some kind of major motion picture of the starring rule to make up for the, the, the crowd his workers co artists on empire. They all wanted to back. They, you know, they, they all said, bring them back. Yeah, I know says America twenty nineteen he will probably end up starring role in a major motion picture. Good. Good. Good for him. Benny does. Does. We got some illegals that were starring in a I don't know, if it's a major motion picture. Film. Yeah. It's an independent, Phil. Maybe it's gonna play it Kahn or something. The it shows what a difficult time they have getting into this country. It's we have really secured that to the point where they dare not mess and built a wall of the tire the tire link but we're close close it's virtually done. I think the president said, so here's here's a look at some of them. Trying desperately to get in and turned away. Yeah. Here's well don't even Tucson Arizona. Vice president of the national border patrol council are del Cueto. Art fresh numbers. This is from Princeton policy, and they crunch these numbers. I don't know if you ever heard of these folks are very good at it. They say a hundred and fifteen thousand apprehensions that's a preliminary number for the month of may. Those are the raw number six hundred fifty thousand for the year so far. I don't know how that is your numbers. But the bottom line is a system is overwhelmed. I don't have to tell you that what do you do? What is border patrol? Do you hear the president, of course giving you accolades saying doing a marvelous job? But what in the world, do you do with all of those people? Well tell you what is what they're doing with those people is the majority of them are being released in the United States, hoping that they show up for their court date, and they are very low of what does show up, well, nine what's unfortunate? Nine out of ten. Obviously, don't come back. People are being great. Report is these large numbers that are being detained are also being released within the country, and that is a huge problem. That's what the president is trying to stop the so-called catch and release. And we have some welcome news in the efforts to stem, the flow, there's a judge who has a brain, apparently in Washington DC. It's Trump appointed judge says, yes, the president can use military money to build the wall. But that's that's down the road. But it is some good news. The bad news is I hate the break this to you. But the house of representatives in its upcoming budget department of homeland security as far as funding for the wall, zero a big fat goosing, we've already said the right, and then you know what, what the funding for the wall of you see it's helpful because it can funnel where we want the groups to go the biggest got me. Okay. Individuals to come into the United States and get to claim a Silom and they're being released. So at this point. Right. Even the wall, though very hopeful in very helpful is not going to be the Bill Endo with the park where. Walk around all and just come into the United States. Yeah. Let's, let's see that part because that that's unbelievable there. There's a wall in their way but stops them. So it stops them from going immediately forward. I heard you say it stops them in for a second think. Well, let's walk around the, you want more than one second of deterrence. Yeah. Kind of thing and maybe permanent deterrence. But no, no. It isn't they walk around the wa and enter the United States anyway. So. Smuggling organizations. Let's tell him like it is, let's do they're driving a lot of these officials in Mexico. So the government in itself as a whole is making money off of this, and who is it that suffering the American public because allowing him to come into the United States as long as they traveled through there. And as you hand arc are there's a lot of Titians. I'm not gonna put fingers because we all know who they are. But there's a lot of politicians that have forgotten that they're in that position because they were voted on by the American public to serve the American public and instead of doing so they've decided to serve the public, another country, does harming American citizens more. They they're individuals video, but aired behind did it did see it didn't see it. I didn't see. But I did see a video that I sent in really walked around the wall. Ages walk around it. And we're supposed to just believe. Yeah. Well, it happened and sometimes it's not even that difficult to get around, because they don't have a wallet, wallet. All right, look, the numbers are already. Skyrocketing. It's gonna be over a million this year. It's, it's any it's, it's a crisis. It's a credit wheels. We're at a consensus. All right. Have a great weekend. We will see again Monday, joining gen Glenn next.

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