35 Burst results for "Good Times"
I Hope That People Go to Jail Over the Hunter Biden Laptop...
"I hope that people go to jail over the Hunter Biden laptop. Just kind of funny the two tier system because, you know, if somebody on the Trump side had a fraction of what Hunter Biden has had in the documents that have been revealed from a laptop, I mean, they'll be buried. I mean, Donald Trump haven't done half of what Hunter Biden has done. But I don't care if he's a president or not. The fact of it, the fact of the matter is he has relationship with the current president. But your boy Hunter Biden had done way worse stuff. And everybody just acting like it didn't matter. I saw some, I saw some stuff that came from another laptop somewhere. I don't know what it is. I saw it on the Internet, somebody was putting it out there. I mean, this dude is like such a degenerate. He's literally got prostitutes with these women that look like prostitutes. He sniffing cocaine off their naked bodies. And for some of y'all who ain't saved that sound like a good time. But in reality, you are a degenerate person. And your daddy's the president of the United States. It's like, you know, it's like on a smaller level, it's like the embarrassment that your son would bring to you if he's getting suspended from school and you're the president. I mean, you're the principal at the school.
Brandon Doesn't Mind If He Doesn't Get an Invite to Mar-a-Lago
"All right, I'm done talking about Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. I know a lot of people and they feelings about it. But I just got to tell it like I feel it. And I like Donald Trump, and I feel bad that I have to say this about him because, you know, I would love to go to Mar-a-Lago and do some of the other stuff and maybe, you know, I don't know, he's sending him a sample to my energy drink or something like that one day, but you know, I really tell the truth and be kissing somebody but just for favors and hanging out and being cool. I've never been that person, man. And listen, I'm really an introvert. I really don't like being around people in the first place. So if I don't get invited to Mar-a-Lago for an event, I don't give a flying flip. I'd rather be at home with my family and my wife and my kid. You know, hanging out, having a good time, being with the staff here at my headquarters. And I don't ever need to be invited to stuff, but see some people don't feel that way. Some people got to keep their hook, you know, 'cause they got donors and they got stuff like that. So they gotta keep the hook in. And it's nothing against them. I don't blame them. If that's your business model, don't miss your business model up. You can divert from these conversations. You move on to the next. If that's what you want to do, but for me, I honestly just say things how I feel them. And I want people to understand that when I say things is that I mean them. I'm not saying that because I feel like I need to say it. I really mean it. I really believe it. And I know there's a lot of people that agree with me. And sometimes they want to say, but they just can't say it because they don't want to get canceled. I understand.
A&W Is Putting Pants On Its 'Polarizing' Mascot Rooty
"Apparently, Rudy RO TY Rudy, the great root beer bear. Yes. Is he a root bear? They call him a great root bear. Is this the mascot of hires root beer? A and W restaurants. You've all seen this bear for 60 years. Well, sadly, have to wear pants. What? People didn't want to see his root. America, this is a treat from a and W restaurant. So America, let's talk. Since 1963, Rudy the great root bear has been our beloved spokes bear. We knew people would notice because he's literally a 6 foot tall bear wearing an orange sweater. But yes, we get it, even a mascot's lack of pants can be polarizing. So therefore we've decided that Rudy will wear jeans going forward. Oh, he's gonna look cool and change. Don't look good. After all, he is unbearably cute and in Paul to replace. He sure is. But this is a standard cartoon thing. We are right. Donald duck doesn't wear pants? Rudy will continue to champion good food and good times for many years. I'm all for this. I don't need to be looking at these mascots getting all turned on.
Daughter's Birthday Party Tears Top Golf Apart
"Stick to the issues crowd This is your two minute warning Please return Thank you Thank you Thank you very much Thank you Thank you very much Honey So it wasn't the craziest weekend but it was my daughter's birthday Amelia should be had her birthday party which was awesome And we went to like a top golf type place So let me just tell you something We had a great time And it was supposed to be like 15 kids which turned into 30 kids which turned into 34 kids who brought two parents and a cousin and stuff So it turned into like 70 people And luckily the guy there's a big Fox fan So it worked out great because we were supposed to get like four golf bays and it turned out to be like the entire first Florida joint So we get the bill and the bill was like a $1000 for the kids and like 3000 for the adults And I said you know what I'm glad you all had a good time Because it was great You came to my kid's party and I loved you But yes there was a fascinating and then I said to the server I get it You're not supposed to tell stories but if you're going to be generous you don't have to brag about it And I'm not Maybe I am I'm not just going to tell you Screw it But let's just say they were very happy at the end of the day Because I felt bad because as I looked around on the first floor it's like topgolf type place It looked like it looked like a cluster bomb went off I mean there were remnants of chicken wings kids were playing in the elevator It places a total disaster So in order to prevent the staff from telling everyone Dan bongino daughter tore up this top golf pipe place I can't tell you where it is because you go look it up and the liberals might burn it to the ground I had to leave them and I said we did
The latest in the NFL
"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
When You Comply, You Don't Die
"I got a speeding ticket for the first time in 13 years. I was headed to Las Vegas to the shot show where I met right now, currently. And driving down the road, I see the cop, I'm flying. All right? I'm gonna admit it. I was flying. I'm in the big red truck. I'm trying to make it in good times so I can be here ready for my show. And I'm going down the road, and I see the cop, my speedometer says 82 in an angle, even say with the zone was 'cause I don't want to get him in trouble. But I see him, he pulls out, and what do you do, ladies and gentlemen? You pull over, he didn't have to put the lights on or nothing. I pulled off the road. I already knew I was got. He walks up to the car and can I explain to you why I didn't get shot and killed? Because I did exactly what he asked me to do. I rode the windows down, had my hand on the steering wheel. And I'm a former cop. But I know the job that they do, and I know how important it is for us to cooperate with police so they can feel safe. So he walks up to the window, he said, hey, man, you know how fast you were going, and I said, yeah, I was flying. I know I messed up, man. He said, and I told him I should have had my firearm in the car. He said, hey, as long as it's not where your registration is, we're good. Fine. I said, hey, my registration is in the globe box here. He let me take the registration out. I gave it to him, gave him my driver's license. Obviously he knew I was pro cop. I told him I was a former police officer in Tucson, Arizona. And I didn't expect him to do nothing less than what he did. He said, young man, you were speeding. I'm an impartial police officer, and I got to give you a ticket. And I said, thank you for the ticket, and thank you for your service and you'd be safe out here. And I took that ticket and stride.
Donald Trump Jr. Has a New Show on Rumble
"A special guest to kick us off today. Donald Trump Jr., who has a new show on rumble rumble, the rumble app, all of you should have downloaded on your phone. Are you and BLE dot com. Don, welcome back to the program, and congrats on your new show. Thanks a lot, buddy. How are you doing? Doing great. The fight for freedom and liberty continues. Tell us about your new show. Well, listen, to your point about the fight for liberty and freedom. We have to be doing it. As you know, and as we've spoken about, we got to help promote these platforms, whether it's real America's voice, whether it's just those willing to take on that establishment. That ain't YouTube. I was early on rumble doing the short form stuff that I do, just fighting the good fight. And as they're expanding the platform, creating the interactive components, all these things they said, hey, would you do something a little bit more extensive? And I said, you know what? I will do that. I got to sort of put my time where my mouth is encouraged these other platforms that are taking on sort of the tyranny of big tech. And all the other things that are out there. So I'm really excited to be on there. I'm really excited to do sort of the long form component of these things. I love sort of the interactive capabilities there where people can sort of interact live with me there as part of that show. So I think we're going to have a good time and just keep fighting the good fight. I think
Kevin Sorbo Talks About His New Movie Release
"This film to me, Kevin is relevant right now. I mean, let's face it, it's hard. I'm a believer. So I look at the world as it exists today and, you know, obviously generations before us have said the end is near the end is near, but you can't help, but to look at where the world is, where America is and just wonder, God, at what point are you going to return? And I feel like people are just so empty. So many people are so empty today and they are looking for something. They're looking for meaning. They're looking for purpose. So I think this is honestly, I think this is a good time for the movie you're response. Yeah, I think it's a perfect time to bring this up because you look at the anger and the hate and the divisiveness out there. So many people out there that hate who they are. And they look in the mirror and hate what they see. And what do they do? They attack you, they attack me. They attack us on the Internet. They're very brave on the Internet, as you know, these trolls. But I think these people are very unhappy people. And we need to pray for them because they are very lost souls. People are looking for hope in this world that's so filled with, you know, we have leaders that aren't leaders that are beyond evil that the stuff that they do to the people. I mean, look at our country alone. We are supposed to supposed to be we the people. We're not even following that anymore. We're putting people in the offices that all they do is care about getting reelected, controlling your life, because the greatest weapon, the government has a sphere. And you saw that played out during the COVID and everything that they just want to control your life and the control it through very simple means and that's just fear and people need to get past that and start fighting. I'm here to wake up the lines because the sheep are loss as far as I'm concerned. But the lines got to wake up and get out there and fight the good fight because we do got a battle and please left behind movie dot com. I'm going to get that in left behind and movie dot com shows you the trailer shows you what theater is showing on. We've got 1500 screens, so we're very excited about this release.
Matt Peterson on the Stakes of the House Race and What's Next
"We have Matthew Peterson here, Matt Peterson from American firebrand. Matt, how you doing? What do you make of what is happening in the House of Representatives? Well, thanks for having me, Charlie. You know, good times is all I can say. I'm over being angry. I'm over. You know, I mean, all these emotions are good, I guess, and their way, if they're tied to virtue, right? Anger isn't a sin, they tell me, Charlie. But at the same time, I'm over it because I think this is great. Any kind of disruption is great. And the more wrenches you throw in the system, the better, and I'm through taking the House of Representatives very seriously in the first place. No one's coming to save you. And any disruption is good and the more we rip off the veils and the band aids, the better in my opinion. And then we have half the country and the 20 people that are doing this are then called terrorists and insurrectionists. I mean, can it be a little bit more nakedly obvious about what the agenda is here? Oh yeah, and let's look at the terrorism. Let's talk about the real terrorism, which is basically the threats from party leadership to the rest of the country. And the attitude that we don't care whether you support sending billions of your own taxpayers, your own tax dollars over to Ukraine while there's a recession, whether it's an inflation, we don't care what you think about illegal immigration. We're going to say some nice things and not do anything about it. And by the way, how dare you not vote for us, right? And McCarthy's case, I get it. He's not a complete, you know, he's not a complete squish on everything. He's not quite Mitt Romney. I don't say that about him. But the problem is, this isn't getting done. It's not getting done. And the threats when it comes to terrorism, they come from the worst in the party leadership when they get upset, that how dare anyone hold them accountable or not let them go, continue to do what they want. They still haven't learned the lessons of Trump.
Danielle Welcomes Charles Kessler of the Claremont Review of Books
"I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast Charles Kessler. He's the senior fellow at the Claremont institute and the editor of the Claremont review of books. Charles, thanks for joining us. Well, Danielle, thank you for inviting me. It's always a great pleasure to be on the Jesus podcast. Oh my gosh. Well, yes, he's taking a little time off this week because of Christmas. So I've been hosting his podcast this week and whenever he takes off and so I wanted to invite on my favorite people and I loved going to your seminar this fall and it was so interesting because your guys information always really dives into the heart of what is most important. So I wanted to just ask you a little bit about your story and what inspired you to pursue political theory. Oh, sure. Okay. I guess I've always been interested in politics. I mean, my first political memories go back to the 1968 election when I would have been about 11 or 12 years old, I guess. Which end the late 60s were very anarchic time in American politics, very conflict ridden time. And so somehow or another I got the bug for politics and history back then. And then when I was in high school, I started reading political theory. I mean, I guess I was inspired partly by national review and sort of the conservative literature at the time that I was reading. But even more so, I think by a couple of my teachers in high school who were very good and very knowledgeable about American politics and about American history. And then I went to school. I went to college. I went to Harvard. I had a very good time in the 1970s when Harvey Mansfield, who my teacher, my main teacher, who still there teaching at age 90, this is his final year of teaching, however, but still it's been an amazing run.
Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show
"Candace Owens, what are your pronouns? My pronouns are Caesar's today. Today. Somebody asked me that they said, how do you respond on a college campus if they require you to state your pronouns? How would you respond? If you're in class or if you're a class or just some sort of mandatory environment. I probably would drop the course because if you have a professor that's supposed to be teaching you that's asking you something that's that stupid, you're probably not going to get much out of the semester. You see the FBI Twitter file where the FBI agent Elvis Chan had his pronouns. It's so embarrassing. What embarrasses me is I just picture the Kremlin, right? Sitting around when these things, there must be having a good time, you know what I mean? We're not being taken seriously on the world stage anymore. And that's why I always think of people that are adversaries of the United States have to be sitting back and laughing, going this country maybe has ten more years when the FBI starts putting pronouns in their bios and emails like pretending to be important. We're not in a good spot. It is kind of the worst aspects of modernity. The Twitter files, what's your original what's your initial takeaway from that? We already knew it. I mean, I'm glad that we got more specific. Like Charlie Kirk, okay, yeah, we figured that one. I'm sure Candace Owens as well. And we're all on the list. We know this. We've been saying it for years. It's nice to have the world have to acknowledge it and stop pretending that we're all conspiracy theorists. They say that the difference between the truth and the conspiracy is about give it 6 weeks. And I guess that short now? It used to be two years. I seriously about 5 minutes these days. But so yeah, that's nice. It feels good to have the press have to acknowledge that it wasn't just existing in our own heads, but there wasn't anything I was surprised about. I think I'm most excited for the Fauci files because that was a psychological experiment like we've never seen before. And it just required total obedience and the social media companies were complicit and I'd like to see how far Doctor Fauci went if he inspired Elon Musk to say that my pronouns are prison, Fauci. Get the shot. And he said, my pronouns are. Fauci for prisoners. Fauci for president. And so for Elon Musk to tweet that when he's already been in the files, he has my attention, that's all I'll say. So
Moon Griffon's Words of Wisdom for Dan Bongino
"Big shout out to Dan bongino no Dan is a he's not underwhelmed on who he's been telling people he's had some surgeries and some things coming up and we want to wish Dan a quick recovery I want to wish him and his family a Merry Christmas and pray to have a really good time Hope he gets his time off to recuperate and roll on it and my only words of wisdom to you I know you said you 47 things starting to fall apart Wait till you get 60 my friend Wait till you get 60 I can sing a song You ain't seen nothing yet I promise you Dan 47 your young man but I know you got a lot of miles because what you've done We appreciate what Dan is doing You know we miss rush and I know Dan talks about I'm not rush but Dan you stepped in some big shoes and you feeling pretty nicely you know we do appreciate a day and we really do and we just praying for a quick recovery for you and get back on your feet and like I said
Craig Welcomes Danny Talwar, Head of Tax for Koinly
"Ladies and gentlemen, I've got the pleasure of having Danny here who's the head of tax Australia full coin. Of course, we've done a lot with kindly in the past and it is the platform that I use to essentially bring everything together so that we can actually get our records and make it work. And what we want to be doing today is just discussing a few of the tax environments here in Australia. Of course, for different jurisdictions, there will be different laws and whatnot. But thanks so much, Danny, for taking some time out of your busy day to have a chat with us mate. Yeah, thanks, Greg. And it's great to chat. Yeah, look, if anyone's got any questions throughout, this is, well, we're going to be going for about 20 minutes half an hour. We'll keep it short to sync to the point because I believe you'll find a London after this, aren't you? I will be next week. No worries. So look, just to kick things off, I think one of the important things that people have been asking me, of course, this year we have seen Celsius go files for chapter 11. We've seen FTX Australia file as well for something similar and in different jurisdictions, BlockFi. We've seen the losses of Luna. There's been an awful lot of events that have had people make some fairly sizable losses. So I think maybe to kick this off, it's to maybe differentiate administration and loss and how we can work that in to tax filings HDL. Yeah, definitely. And I think it's a really important time to be discussing this as well, because it's only really after the fact that a lot of people realize, well, is there anything I could have done that could have helped me in this situation for tax purposes and often there are steps you can take along the way to make sure you keep good records and so on. So yeah, definitely a good time to talk about it.
Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament
"I'm getting at here is every single club, private club should have a pro member tournament. That was a blast. It was only one day, but Meredith and nailed it. They did. The food was good. The beer was called the day was perfect. There's a little side pot for the pros, 18 pros. It went fast. That was one of the faster rounds I've ever played out there. And it was a good time. It was cheap to play in. The pros played, I don't know what we got. I don't know what I got for winning it. It hadn't showed up yet. I'm not sure I have no idea. It doesn't matter. I mean, it was free for me anyway, right? The member paid for it. Pros, you invite who you want to play with. We had a good field. You came at there's a guy named Tom Whitney. I think someone said he played on the corn ferry tour. Last year or two years ago, Clark Dennis plays, he's a senior tour player guy. Anyway, it was a great time. I think pro members, I don't know what red feathers plans are for pro member. But I think every, you know, a good club should have a pro member. If you have a bunch of guys with relationships with professionals and members that want to play with professionals on and off day, it's a no brainer. For a club.
Was Aaron Carter Denied Life Saving Medical Intervention?
"Something I wanted to go up with you today because the more I read about Aaron Carter's death, I'm not shocked by him dying. You know, let's see, as we said the other day, they found aerosol cans in the bedroom and the bathroom, which obviously says that he was huffing, which I said would be part of the death. I also said, one day when we get the reports back, you'll probably find maybe some cocaine, maybe some Xanax, the typical stuff, I don't think fentanyl was involved. I don't think crystal meth was involved. I think his body just got tired of being high. His body got tired of being sick, tired of being tired. You know, a lot of times I listened to people who gave up drugs and their 30s or so Hollywood people like Jimmy Kahn, and I mentioned the story. He was always having a good time for years living at the Playboy mansion. It's the first time I've heard somebody say this because when I listen to him do this interview, I was in the grips of my relationship with that drug. And I'm like, well, how's this end? What the fuck do I do? It's really hard. It's hard to stop doing it. So it becomes such a social part of your everyday life. What do you do? And Jimmy Khan very plainly said, I got tired of being tired, man. I got sick of being sick. And he just went and eventually I did the same thing. But it takes a while. Everybody operates on their own clock, one guy told me, you'll put what you're tired of it. You'll quit when you quit. No one's gonna force you to quit. It's just not the way it goes. And unfortunately, many people are right when they say that. That's why a lot of relationships break down. A lot of marriages break down, and a lot of people die because before they're ready to quit, they do too much and their body gives out. That's what I think happened to Aaron Carter. I don't think we're going to see a whole bunch of drugs in his system. I really don't. I think he'll have the typical ups and downs in there. And with the huffing, it's not good for your heart. And we'll see. But here's what I want to talk about. The fact is that Aaron Carter could have been saved, maybe. Had this house sitter who works there, this mysterious house sitter had allowed in these neighbors across the street who were medically trained. A medically trained couple. She even packed a defibrillator because she heard our police scanner possible dead body. There's a code for that. I think it's 9 27 D and they gave the address and she knew holy shit, that's Aaron's house. And they ran across the street and his house did a wouldn't let them in. 11 o'clock in the morning.
When AJ Gave up the Biggest Scoop of His Career for Jack Nicholson
"The next morning he was gonna shoot the cover for John Kennedy junior's magazine George and he didn't want to shoot it. He was out too late. He was with Ashley, then he met us at spy bar down in Soho. We had a ball. I mean, oh God, I'm getting on so many tangents. The point is, he never showed up for the shoot and John Kennedy junior couldn't do anything about it because it was the weekend he was in the island off Georgia about to get married to Carolyn bessette. And that's the night that Jack told me, I'm in town for the kids wedding. I said, oh, who's getting married? John John. And Jack just gave me everything. He told me to get married. They're on Cumberland island. He didn't know. He just gave me every fucking fact. And after that dinner I called my friend rosemary who represented John and I said, hey, I know the wedding is this weekend. I know where it's at. I know it's in tumbling island. Just tell John and Carolyn, I ain't gonna write about it, but just let them know I'm thinking about them. I want them to have a good time. AJ, I don't know what you're talking about. It's not true. Of course she knew it was true. And of course, John and Carolyn always loved me for not telling that story. However, I lost the biggest scoop in America. But I didn't care. Because I loved hanging out with Jack. I love making John Kennedy feel good. This was toward the end of my reign.
Was the Roe v. Wade Ruling Bad Timing for Republicans?
"You know, when I hear somebody say, well, you know, the timing of the roe V wade decision was really bad for Republicans. Lindsey Graham said, I mean, people were mad at Lindsey Graham. But what he said rings true. When's a good time to try to save lives? When's the wrong time or the right time to save? A human life. I want you to again hear Rafael Warnock. Just the beginning question. A refusing to answer a question. That is real simple. The question was an easy one. It was a real simple question. And it was asking, being asked, whether or not you favor any restriction any limitation on abortion, set by the government, this is not, this is not a hard question to answer. But it's impossible for any Democrat to answer because Democrats, I would submit, favor, late term abortion, listen to Rafael's answer, Raphael pastor Warnock's answer and tell me if you don't agree with me. Do you believe there should be any limitations on abortion set by the government and you have 60 seconds? I think that the women of this country and the women of this state woke up one summer morning and a corporate protection that they've known for 50 years. Was taken from them by an extremist, Supreme Court. There it is. Where's the non answer? There's the answer that is a no. There's no limitation. They will not say it because we all know what's true. They favor late term abortion. There's no other way to describe this.
Crime and Punishment
"I saw a video just recently of a guy who was kidnapped and he was fear. He was kidnapping people and that's how he was making money on social media. He was acting like he was an entrepreneur, but him and his friends were kidnapping people. It was just in Africa somewhere. He was kidnapping people, and then he was extraordinary. And then that's how he was making money. But when they called him, they had him out there in the middle of the street in his underwear. With handcuffs on his hands, and I just looking at him on his knees, the whimpering, they probably was beating him. He was getting some lashes. And you know, nowadays, and I'm not, I'm not trying to dig and promote violence in it like that. I'm just saying, what are we doing ain't working clearly? You get the kids after they go to jail and they have a good time. They go up in there and they, they join the game, they have a little bit of protection. They are. Maybe if they don't join the game and get raped in there and that just what it is. But for the most part, they go to these prisons and they get three hots and a cot. They finally put money in their books. They get little meals and they get to read. They become Muslim and all this other stuff they do in jail. They ain't that ain't that hard for some people to do a couple years. It ain't that hard. That's why residency is that high, 'cause clearly when they go to jail, it's not they ain't feeling the pressure. Some of these countries man, they beat you. You get, oh, you get exposed openly. I remember when our countries do the firing squad. You know, now we don't want to let your chairs too much. Oh, no, corporation. No, death penalty is too much. Just let them live off taxpayer dollar for the rest of their life. When they mutilated somebody, we're afraid to give them the death penalty. Man, put these people to death and quit playing.
"good times" Discussed on Of Consuming Interest
"Although you all don't give me any break for all this, Bobby, let me tell you. I just want to let people know that you are our accounting firm and you all have been for many years. Anyway, let's go back now to how you determine value of things that are contributed. Yeah, I was just saying that the IRS actually, there's some hot points on what they like to audit taxpayers on. One is if you go a little crazy on what you value your noncash contribution items. You know, if you take an all item that you found in your attic or your basement and you think it's worth $2000, but it's truly worth 200. You just have to be very reasonable. You have to document how you came up with that valuation. So well, now let's suppose that you look at it and you say that you think that if you were purchasing it, it would be let's say $200. What percentage of that $200 can you deduct from your taxes or can you deduct the whole 200? Well, if the fair market value of that item surely is $200 at the time you're contributing it to goodwill or Salvation army. You get a $200 tax deduction. If your itemizing, right? Okay. That $200, again, goes back to the example of if your tax rate is 25%. Okay, gotcha. You save 25% of 200, which is $50 in taxes, tax dollars. Okay, but now when I'm reporting it to the IRS and I make this itemized list because yes, you're right. They do not give you an itemized list of anything that you're donating. You just get a black form. But as I said, I keep a record of everything that we donate. I mean, item by item, whether it's a sweater or a jacket, a pair of shoes or whatever. Now, I still am not clear Bobby and I apologize. So you're telling me that what we can do is to take what we think is the fair market value of that item if it were being sold today and put that down as the value and then when we are doing the taxes, of course, the tax rate on that will be a 25% exemption. Is that do I understand that? Or am I totally off base? No, you're on point. Except that 25% is not a standard. Oh, that's one of the tax rate. I'm sure it's more than that. Who knows? I'm kidding. I don't want to. You're right. So on these IRS forms, it's a form 82 83 where you disclose what you donated the noncash items. You have to actually disclose not only the firm market value, but the cost basis, meaning how much you paid for that asset. So if you think it's worth 200, three years later, after you purchased it, you have to disclose how much you actually purchased it for. And if you put large $500, the IRS wants to know that. That's rather complicated. It is, but it all starts with so for our clients, if a client came to us and said, I donated $10,000 worth of items. We tell the client, listen, we will roll with what you're giving us, but we need to review how you came up with this valuation. We need to make sure there's a reason why a because we're covering ourselves. And we're making sure we're doing the return correctly..
"good times" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne
"Go ahead and go into my story bag and this is called the strike. Let me the from the english fleet three words in and i'm struggling actually to anyways the struggle of being judgmental and i just love like okay lake. We make this joke right. Like how we're we try to. We're professionally unprofessional. Right like that's like the whole thing of our podcast is like two random girls just like telling other people what they should do in their life like. We're better than you. But here's the thing like it's not i think what we do and i think we do well. Is we attack from an area of like not from like above thinking. We know what to tell you what you should do. But as genuinely thinking what would i do in this situation and also like what would i tell like my best friend to do like someone that i love. What would i tell them. Because when we've read these stories like we're not like detached like i genuinely care of how every email we read like i'm so emotionally invested in them and so it's always like really interesting when i read a story and i think you are the same like we cling to stories where we find a piece of ourselves kind of Or the complete opposite where we're like. What would i do like. I've never thought about that. You know and i think this one for me is something that i feel like i could touch on because i come out on the other side of a of realizing my motivation for having the problem that she's how interest so i'm just excited. That was tangent we pack this. Let's unpack it. It's really short and sweet. So it'll be okay. Hi ash and taryn mongrel. You're my favorite time em. It's fine first off. I want to start this email the way most people do by saying i am so grateful that you made this podcast and it is helping me. Forget about a really hard thing in my life..
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"Other stories that are not covert or olympic related which is not many. The news was absolutely dominated by corona virus and absolutely dominated by the olympics. Because we're now getting to a point where it logically looks like the olympics is not a sensible thing to have happened in america won't be like. Hey this is. Japan not engineers. America will don't worry comes around in america. Recently mortal kombat came out and at the same time jaba so demon slayer magen train. Moon are muyan actually not sure. It's infinity train also came out and this is the first movie i japanese movie in the last twenty years to take the number one spot in the weekend release numbers. That's money made six point. Four two million in ticket sales in the first weekend beating out mortal kombat which was probably the only other movie that came out. It's all mortal kombat had a couple of good scenes. But actually if you're gonna talk about quality movie not great saw community. I chose well. It was better than mortal kombat. Still not going to say it was good my complaint about demon slayer is that it is just. It's good in that if someone has never seen an animated before the every single beat of every anime like every sort of trope in an animated in this thing so if they like this they will probably like other enemy. If they don't like this there's a lot of anime they might still like. Because you know i actually don't like the bog standard stuff but it would be a good litmus test for whether someone is going to like enemy because they like this they're gonna like most of the stuff out there demon slayer was rated r. in the united states whereas in japan. It's actually like kids are allowed to go to it. And this was the conversation. I had someone else another parent because my nine year old reads the comics and watches the cartoons. And if i had known that actually would have said no but my wife being japanese. Because she's a of the mindset that this is dropping story and it's an anime four kids the target audiences kids that it's fine. There are some gruesome scenes. Like there's a scene where the sister the main character sister dudes head off in the comic. It's a bit unclear but you can tell what's going on in the anime. It's pretty clear that had come straight off..
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"good times" Discussed on Ninja News Japan
"They today is all covid news. Which i suppose not surprise. If you followed any of the news in japan you will know that there's been a spike asaka and tokyo have both gone back into states of emergency the prefecture. I work in. It is going to go in a state of emergency from tomorrow. So is this getting worse. All round and that means every new stories about corona and or the olympics so therefore every story every story today on into japan is also going to be about the olympics and or corona. So i was trying to figure out. This is the problem i have consistently is. There's a lot of stories about the same topic or the same theme to put those all together at the front and then a couple of stories at the end or do i put the random stores the front. I want to do that. So if you get tired of hearing about corona you can just cut it off. I shouldn't be making ways for people to cut off the podcast. But i do because i care about your time. And if you don't want to hear about corona. I still get very down about krona. Especially now that i know that other countries other rich countries they're basically getting it under control. They're getting people vaccinated the vaccination rate in japan. I think they just hit two percents and that means old people and medical professionals. And now it's going to be people with underlying conditions are the next group that are targeted. The health ministry wants to set wants all prefectures to setup mass vaccination centers. That's a pretty good idea because you should have done that already. They have just this morning in the news. That i read approved a third. It's not a vaccine though. It's a medicine to help take care of it's actually rheumatism. Medicine and its anti inflammatory and really helps survive. Krona's that's actually not related. So i shouldn't have started that. They want to be using moderna as they are still have. They're still trying to get approval for a second and third vaccine and that's hopefully going to come in the next few weeks. What they're aiming for is one million shots day. Which.
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"Cobain He didn't he wasn't down with the homophobia of a lot of massage misogyny and he was more vocal about it and for better or worse he didn't want to be the figurehead necessarily of the scene but he was and when he said something like it's sort of stuck and there was definitely something that stuck to a lot of these guys that they couldn't shake off because of a guy like him and that helped to sort of you know push everything to the sides. I mean it's really a time and it's funny the very first moments that we were thinking about doing this book. We're gonna we. We toyed with the idea of just chronicling and trying to figure out the business aspects like the whole thing about the end what happened. Was it a conspiracy. Like and and jay. Jj french from twisted sister grape could the book where he's like you know since when is fucking people over to make money conspiracy. But i should've asked you if i could curse on his bike as but again. Yeah the interesting thing. Is that yet. These peten everyone involved with this. Music is marginalized a couple years. But you know the producers. The one guy who. Who's at our book. Howard benson like manages to sort of cycle out and after you back chemical roads and like the guys like bow hill michael actor. Tom warming people who've so tens of millions of records. They never get another call. You know in our guys who had signed these bands fans. Don't want to sign with them now. I don't want to sign with cinderella's anr guy you know. It's a complete total stigma to have been involved in the senior. That the thing in our book where brian foresight of kicks and kicks her. Like one of my favorite bands still today. One of the best live bands a band. Who had had middling success in a huge power ballad which is actually how they ended up having platinum record. but he's going on dishing for the wallflowers in nineteen ninety-three like gay for what she's totally equipped because he's like a really good roussy player and you know even though he he has a platinum record and a number nine single under his belt. He doesn't say that he was ever kicks Look like that would have been a deal. Breaker yeah It was this drastic cancelation. Like it's i don't know if it's ever app maybe with disco but like it was Ninety five ninety six nine selleck. We were working at guitar magazines. Rich and i at the time and these guys would been on the cover for a decade. It's as if they never existed. Like when i started in ninety four at guitar world can fail on the cover. Was you know maybe green day. Pearl jam and stuff like that and weren't calling red beach from winger to you know to to be on the cover in fact you weren't even putting him in the magazine because you didn't want to remind people did..
"good times" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"These bands are back out there. Doing really well on tour playing big places like tom. Tom and i are both new york and new york city type. People these bands. Don't come through the city. You know you go to jersey to see them. You go to long island to see them. It's not manhattan and brooklyn is not where you're gonna go see poison and cinderella doesn't happen even even today So the thing the thing that was great about la is you had the concentration of an urban area and you had the sprawl and sort of mentality a suburban area. And i think that that was a big part of it for this music. And then you combine that with the fact that like la i mean the sixties and seventies. It's always been in epicenter of of sort of the new thing that was going on and this was the new thing at that time But i think that that was really a big part of it. And you get a lot of the guys on the east coast saying that as well like the skin. Rogue is in jersey or you know cinderella guys in pennsylvania in philly. They're like you had these areas where the bands played. You didn't have anything. That was like the sunset strip. It's like you go play your show and then hop in your car and maybe you go to like you know white castle or denny's or wherever the party is but you have to go there. You know you're not walking over to the rainbow that's to Two doors down and then hanging out there for a couple of hours and then go to the roxie or whatever so they didn't have that sort of built in community the way that they did in l. a. Also remember back then. I mean you couldn't you couldn't do your band camp page. You know know you. Labels are in new york in l. a. period and l. a. is a much more like what you're saying if there were actual radio stations. That played this music. In in you. I mean i grew up in new york. There was sou which was seton hall university in a new jersey. They played this music. There was no major commercial radio station in new york city that played. You know this kind of hard rock. The other thing is in the the drummer from warrant says. This is like he when he gets to l. a. I mean he's terrified because there's so many bands but it's the first time in his life. He really feels at home. You know he's like. I am with all the other freaks who want like with the long hair in the earring from that kid from every high school in america who wanted to be a musician moved to la. And you'll you also forget. Like this is still a time know happens with skid row in the book it happens with with a motley crue where once they get out of the metropolis's before their famous like in there..
"good times" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Person and he just couldn't hang like you know he could Poisoning or living in a warehouse at flying cockroaches with with sheets dividing their spaces in gangs outside trying to kill them and no money and for the other guys in the band like yeah. We're gonna make it. This is an adventure and he just you know for a for many people enrich of nive discuss. We probably would have been those people you get away. That was really what it took. You like this on adding like a well adjusted. Person might not be able to hang in that scene. Yeah yeah and that's that's a great segue. That's a great segue to what i was gonna ask. Which is you know. there's reality and there's legend right or myths or whatever. So how did you manage that when you were pulling together the book or did you just let it come together regardless of reality versus. Does that make sense. What i'm asking. I think that reality like whatever. One person's perception of reality is sort of becomes reality in a weird way and if people have different one of the great things about an oral history is like. You're getting all these different people. Talk right so if you're getting people talk about the same situation. They have totally different viewpoints on. What happened so be it. It's not even you just run them both at new kind of leave it up to the reader to decide like what's what's the kernel of truth in this And sometimes that. Sometimes i'd happened but honestly not that much like people were pretty. You felt the reality feels like it's it's real because people were pretty accurate in on the same page with what they were saying surprisingly so given what we were just talking about the way these guys lived in the partying in drugs and alcohol and all that like they pretty much remember what happened and they remember how it happened and that was like a nice sort of thing to to see..
"good times" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Larger culture jumped on board. You really nice job of painting the picture of these bands in with the the record executives and having to work harder and create more demos and not getting signed yet and you know. I think it painted as sympathetic picture of bans trying to make it and also i think of the stakes. You know like this is like adult. You know these major labels when they were signing these bands. I mean what's some exceptions where they like it. Our book faster pussycat who are. We both loved this sort of sign. Like it's on a dare by these bans. Were they had no ambivalence about success and they were willing to work really hard and there was a tremendous amount at stake. So like when you look at these bands being told to write more demos to get nine or as is the case with warrant the guitar players being benched in the studio because producer beau hill doesn't think that they're cutting the mustard or things like that are being told like warrant again being called. You don't have a single y you know and have him go right jerry. By if you got it right you could sell five million record like if you got it right. The upside was just so big that it paid to really labor it you know. Get the right guys. Get the right songs. Get the right producer. Does that the other thing and to put the work in. Because you're spending half a million. It's like it's metrics that don't even exist for rock bands anymore. That's why a producer can not be nice and you can taliban goldman write more songs. And we're may maybe we signed you and maybe we won't or like because when all of the things line up a lot of people are going to get rich including the guys in the manso. They were willing to be made to work hard because they.
"good times" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"On the east coast. Look play a lot of cover songs and there was. You mentioned all the guitars. There's another story about the snyder. He'd been doing the clubs so all the time and of course he always wanted nothing but a good time as well. And i think vito brata was in the audience and he would you know if he was like arms crossed and just kind of like taking it. All in and d kinda took him to task. Can you kind of laborat- on that. I mean d- absolutely destroyed him. He was one of the big. He's done only like two or three interviews over the last twenty years like he did not whether being thrown on the dust dustbin untold. That he played guitar too well kind of blew his mind but he was there for that early seen until like he's very like he's really funny. I wish like. I could imitate his voice but like just the fact that like they were apparently decent he says so in the book like adjusted for inflation the members of twisted sister each like three hundred thousand dollars a year playing cover like they were doing really really. Well it's kind of hard to imagine. They were packing like three thousand cedars four nights a week so they were kind of like rock stars but not really rockstars because it wasn't their music but d- snyder's thing was it. He's very confrontational at the audience. Like e exhorts the audience he demands adulation and enthusiasm from the audience. And so like if you didn't like you were he. Was it like how you were acting. If he thought he wasn't getting is due he was going to kick you out and just excoriate and he did it like that was one of his things. I think he did that like every night. Part of his stick like drum solo. And then i'm going to destroy veto grotto literally was there like he's you know he's like eighteen. He's like loves twisted sisters like they're using this amp nat and i love this. But he's standing there with his arms crossed and yet decided just like picked him out there like this dude is not sufficiently animated and destroyed them at eight and disallow this. Look at this guy. What's great about the story that that night. After the gig veto and d meet again in the parking lot and d really is the one who said zvi to veto straight. He's like de vito brought. I don't wanna play cover and d describe like look. You've got to play in front of people so you had to play cover and veto does that and gains a reputation and then finally forbes white line but it's really sort of through this weird interaction. That dee snyder points veto in the right leg points. This ship some covers. Do it'll be okay. And sends him on his.
"good times" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"What about it held up for you. When went hasn't held up for you of that music of what what originally drew in. Yeah a lot of it has held up like the musicianship has held up. The songs have held up in terms of the courses and the you know the hooks upon closer examination like the lyrics. There are some clever lyrics in some bands. And we'll get you know and stuff like that but when you really like if you start reading the league when we were looking for title for the book we did a deep dive into lyrics for the air and there you know there are a lot of bands really phoned in in that in that department and then obviously some of the gender politics of it are you know sort of questionable once in a while. Something'll dawn on me. Like i was listening to hair nation. As i do all the time driving the other day and i don't know rich if you've ever noticed this but like in the poison song look but you can't touch came on. This is a song it's not loony five best but it's a pretty good song. The lyrics in that song are really about a you know he bret michaels with a a female companion companion somewhere and she's really not interested in going much further than he and sir beer and she starts dancing on the bed and it was like Questionable man never things that are problematic or a little problematic to me but not like game changes but really some of the quality of the lyrics. And also i think moving further down the road some of the stuff that i was a kid being marketed to select some of the later stuff that might really be formulaic. And then i can now recognize as being retread of a retread of a retread. I think mike critical faculties are like a little bit more in tune with that. So like there's some records that i've recognized. Maybe is not as good as i thought they were. But i will i will do will remain nameless. Just thinking about this this morning you both both grew up on the east coast. Yes in the book until you got to the east coast version of this. Which i this was my thing in the eighties. I was totally unfamiliar with the east coast version of what was going on on the strip. You you talk about a lot of the band. that didn't make it. How did you get so familiar with them. There were just a few avenues to get this stuff right back. Then so mtv of course and then you had your monthly magazines. Your circus in hit parade earned than later than you had metal edge base is all this stuff so i think if you were into this stuff back then or at least the only way i knew how to approach it and the friends who are into it was to absorb every morsel of it that you can. You had your bands that you liked. And you didn't like but even the bands that i didn't like i still read everything i could about them. Because you'd get your magazine you would just read it on tobacconist you tear it apart and put it up on your wall. You're like ten years old back. So yeah i mean if you heard you were seven when looks kill came so you you ask your mom for subscriptions to magazines or did you go with. Just go to the store every week and buying or every month by them but like you know even from seven years old on like i learned everything about all these bands and like you just it was what you studied in basically lived so i think especially back then i mean you you kind of know where band is from. But you don't necessarily or at least i didn't think so much about who was a west coast band burston east coast band. I liked motley. Crue and twisted sister didn't matter to one came from here and one came from there. But yeah you just you figured out. It's funny like you think. Pre internet like yeah. Did you learn all this stuff but like you just did you know and you just you've found these records and some i i mean. I searched for probably fifteen years to find the leather records version of to when i finally did. It was founded in london like in like the mid nineties. And i couldn't afford to buy because they're selling it for like hundreds and hundreds of dollars and i remember begging them to play it in the store. Just because i wanted to hear it. Because i've been i've been trying to hear from most of my life at that point and they wouldn't do it but then like a few years later the internet everywhere and like i just downloaded it and that was that you know and then i heard it but you just you just would you devote your life to finding out this information and you would and head bangers ball. I mean every saturday once you're in in you sort of become a complete like i mean i. I couldn't even venture to tally. The number of bans. I saw a video on head bangers ball and when about the record and you know bans on head. Bangers ball alamosa. Those videos did not transcend into dial mtv. Let's put it on here and see what happens. Like bands like lillian acts and law and order and things dangerous toys. Things that we don't even talk about in the van. You know there was this one place whose was head. Bangers vol the amount of information that you could get from faithfully watching that every week. Which i did probably for four years in a row and i think that it's why also people who are into this music who are our age you now. It's difficult to talk to people about music. I feel like because there's a million man's x number of vans that were played on head bangers ball over during those years and like i know them enrich knows them and everybody else because we were all watching the same thing and even the ones that didn't make it it's like oh yeah i love that bad. I wonder what happened to them. So there was this common place that you congregated. That was curated in much more finite than than the interwebs of today so there really was like a a circumscribe area where you were getting this information and so you can be talking to someone now and namedrop a and they'll be like. Oh yeah yeah and it still all in our brains because we were just glued to this thing. Where like what are they gonna play next. What are they gonna play next. There was very profound us probably an inappropriate. But that's how i felt about it. Were you able to get w. s. Okay so you you listen.
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"But a good time. I am so ready for nothing but a good time. Yes nothing nothing. With whom lots of the crew. Because this was this book about holly. What are we going to be talking about today. Okay well the name of the book is called nothing but a good time. The uncensored history of the eighties american hard rock explosion. This book was written. Oh yeah you can tell it. It's going to be about just by the title. Obviously but Richard being stuck. And tom butcher wrote this book. And it's an oral history of the eighties. Rock and roll explosion and this is a sweet spot for me so i was so excited to talk to them. I tore into it too. I really enjoyed this was great. Read a lot of banja. Remember lot of bands you forgot but still the music lives on molly crew goes on tours and they play stadiums. This musical is on and on and on come on guns and roses. And i know this is your this is you. You were on the sunset strip asinine flyers. Doing the firing. That was a thing that was that was the actual firing firing. Your outing me. i'm sorry yes so so yes. Let's get into our talk with fat rich and tom. We start off our podcast. As richard beanstalk tells us about the bolt of lightning. That central belong on this musical journey. My bolt of lightning was looks to kill. What is it about that song or the video. I know what it was for me. I mean i was seven when i saw it and you know the song and the video are talked about in the book as well. I think that's one of those videos. Where does it has aged. Well you know. I don't know that actually was aged time either. It wasn't something that really even in one thousand nine hundred three was should have been all acceptable. It was karate in it. It was cool right. There are some karate flaming pentagram and oh yes with hunted and herded into cages but two two two seven year old me like i didn't even notice the women in it. I just noticed the four dudes in like the crazy mad max style outfits and like the and heard the sound of the music and i was just like this is like it's like a cartoon come to live. It's like these guys are like superheroes and it just totally captured my imagination. I've talked to other people over the years. Where for them. For whatever reason. That was the video as well. And i think it speaks to the power of mtv the visuals of of this type of music but also to nikki six. Who had you know. He seemed to know. Like.
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"Building your own account or my account. They they they vomit into the offices and they helped me. They teach me how to edit on the platform. Because it's have you been on tiktok. I've have not much. But i wanted to know it so it's a couple of and made any videos you feel like you're content machine. You're so creative. You got simon when they stopped paying for its. This is not the same. Like off the off. The genie's comes to you bro. Watching these guys that the atoms of instagram and the king bat batches and these guys are doing is like on a on the regular like an everyday people instagram. Famous rod comedians. Adam w man and king batch and some and and another guy cold with one and one. Yeah yeah ny nyu unwell right. These guys have doing you know. They producing videos every day by highly engineered sophisticated different. You know supporting actors and lighting and the killing it you know. They just got one thing on them on. And it's like bom. The king of content man like hats off to him. Because it's hard to do every day. Get up and be funny. Have you been on comedy. Set before tweeted bro. After the i read. It's not funny anymore. College yeah yeah yeah. Have you say when it's meant to be funny. No one's laughing you feel me. Yeah and how i mean you know. These guys are good. You can change it so many times but you're still doing it. Four five six seven ten takes. Can you change it up. Ten fifteen takes. Probably if you've done the work but most of the time probably not you just gonna do it the way it works. The white people are to respond to you. You know that your signature your brand. That's your brand. That's his signature. They love that reaction. That's what you're gonna do. You gonna be robin williams with the mother fucker Does that make you change like say looking at those people that run these huge accounts and have all of the tech. and whatever. Does that make you. do you feel that. Some kind of futility and you not having that is not what it's about. I've never committed to it i've never. I've never committed semi instagram. I've never committed to it. Yeah you know. i've never gone. I'm going to make a day for three hundred. Sixty five days yeah. I've never done that. I've just gone are that's funny. Let's do that bull are that's fine. Let's do that if it comes to do it. If i'm feeling inspired do it. I feel passionate do it. But if i'd done. I'm just void but these guys have machines man they on a different level you know but with tiktok. I'm going to do on a nothing. I'd do three posts a week. So what i'll do with that is go through tiktok. Check it out. See what they're doing. The matic simona right. See how aggressive can be with. It'll how kata sobering. I can be with it because everything has a everything starts sounding the same looking Like when you see these kind of videos you everything started united labels and do dealing each other this friends. Yeah so because there's ways of cutting through so i'm just meditate on it. I'll look through meditate on it. Come up with a few ideas rodham down next day come up with a few ideas. Write them down. Hopefully you'll come up with a full week's worth and then do it again. That's what i'm planning on doing anything else on. Besides tiktok carla visit daca. That i'm doing I was actually going to ask you about the short film that i wrote hilarious. That i've got funding full that maybe.
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"To the place where i'm happy i feel like i'm you can run fifteen k. Comeback back to a box and session. And i'm good. You know what i'm saying. i'm i'm fluid malleable. Feel at a good weight Feel it right. Yeah you feel you feel when you you're at a at a good stage or level way you can you. Can you not too far from being really optimum. You touched on that earlier. You were saying that you kind of hit a level you know. We lack of picked up from you sign. That was like you hit a level where you're like. I'm pretty good here. Pretty pretty capable across these things. What tell me more about that. What is what is that. Actually what is that actually. Yeah like do you. Do you have that as in. Like oh well when i can turn up and do ten rounds of sparring and i'm good or it's a weightlifting. Few when you wake up you know. Yeah i think it's a myriad or amalgamation of all those different feeling and also it's all it's married with what's going on up here as well. You know if if you're in in that you know if you're meditating and you feel good and you're you're sleeping. Well i haven't been in twenty twenty hundred sleep. Well i was not sleeping well during that year man because you know i was probably drinking too much and just locked in lockdown. She'd drinkin- staying late and the drink is not good for the for the for the sleeping. The news hey so then you watch the news while you constantly had fun but no sleep through the entire year was just bad. Sleep and i think That's just from style but i'm an extreme guy man. I've talked to you about this right. I'm extreme person. I just. I just felt like Stream how well. If i'm drinking abby drake fucking one of the fill these hangovers. i've had in the last decade was when we caught up and went out to really wasn't that bad. I just smoked you really. That's mike out so you hardly. So you're you're in good shape. You're in good shape. Just i don't drink a lot z. Really proud of you man. it's good it's not something you want to be good. I like it is as a small business. Small shame is a small part of it. That i feel. I've lost. Because i do like the idea of say every now and again going out and having a bit of a session with having a bunch of drinks and talking to you and i still can do that but usually have about two or three drinks and then i'm tired so it's like you know what i mean. I don't know really. Well he can tell you know. Is it classically now. Twenty s. It's the jayme sinking of. Yeah do you really but you have to. There's two facets to that hotta but also you like pushing you have a desire to push through the tightness and you have to. I just wanna to sleep. You got yeah. I'm a social butterfly. May toubro like it's hard to kill that guy. Just think those wolves unable to cage and unable to have the forum and can let them out when all to have those wolves running running wild doing shitting and pissing. A lot of the place is just doesn't make sense to me anymore when you're busier. It's easy to cage the wolves because you had to replace with something. That's right in my case. Three children imagine waking up to three kids hungover. We don't sleep through it gets piece. I don't go out. there would eight me. Yeah it's it's j be surprised really. Yeah it's hot all year. Yeah yeah it's hot. You joined do it very often. And he hasn't really talked about it as well. You didn't talk about you hanging over. yeah funny case. Aw in front of nine. Yeah so head on my slave. When you're in the household not can you count to twelve yes. I'm when you're in the house it's never about you in like as they don't care they just continue their lives. Yeah exactly as they do. Yeah just wake up to it and they just carrying on yes. That's a trip minutes wild. Having kids fathers now both guys. They might brand new brand spanking oliver ten days i think. Ten days eleven days fifteenth How is it. How is it dude. It's great yeah. I mean it's it's a beautiful thing i in terms of fatherhood i i haven't i don't have to do much at this point. Besides help support mesa recovering from the birth and that sort of thing really for a little boy. It's all about her right. Yeah he wants to feed every few hours and then he goes to sleep so know. It's amazing the titty. Yeah that's wild but he was trying to fade on police. Bass was e- employees came to visit the caused before. It's so funny because they're like this little this so uncoordinated right. They like this little just a massive uncle nation. They got no strength. They know what they're doing with their lanes over their face expressions but then as soon as they get close to the boob like coordination kicks in and they just lack bay. Line like mouth open. Latch on amazed that milk. All of the. It's such a neurological little thing that they have in that sense very taste smell. Yeah were fairmont's whatever that whatever that's the The thing that attracts them the they say that like a newborn baby. If left kind of on the mother that sleeping can kind of crawl up to it can weigh up to the nipple variety. Fine it can somehow. Yeah it's the new year like from.
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"Cut out all the bits where. I'm not talking those now. We donated this show. We co j just on you know but we get on its fabric to a degree. It's curation on that kind of large scale. Yeah paulie did you working any reality tv back. In the day worked on survivor you did too. I did one season of it And i didn't. I hadn't watched the show and has already like twenty seasons. Whatever yet that my brother was the headlining god and still he's on survivor has been doing for like. I don't know over ten years now. They travel the world and i had never. I didn't care for it because it was working in film mainly except that they were going to brazil. So i was getting around. The tickets are like hell. I'm going to brazil for three or four months but yeah it was an interesting experience. Hard work stuck on an island. Is it really yeah. Yeah yeah. I mean how did you find. You saw the people that you met people and how they will paint it kind of not really knows if you think about like the setup with lighting whatnot. There's not a great deal to lighting out in the field brought a whole bunch of camera crews with a sound upright or an assistant was like thirteen teams working around the clock. That's all out there with just a reflector type thing. We were doing like the tribal council mainly and any kind of little areas that they go to for prize. Not so whatever. I did go out. A few times are and watch the producers working and it's very contrived like we spring they're putting people together and you talk about like Like the contestants coming on with ideas of how this plays out and knowing the rules and not being reactionary. Two things in a very genuine. I mean survivor. So many episodes seasons rather like they go on and ham everything up. All the physical stuff's pretty real like there's no food cut drink in front of them and nothing and they're like skinny all that pisses but there's was a lot of people pacing couples together people together and we talk a to the to the contestants rises. Do they try to navigate the year narrative. Yeah it's like you say now like you said skinny. Take that sound bite. Lay over some of your mrs or your mom. You know what i'm saying. Yes and you like hang on. I didn't say that about her and say she needs to do this. And it's like taking the context you take in the sound bite. Yes from a certain context. Turtles land onto a whole story dramatic to. I've done some of time served you and even the sound inbetween like the silence in between a question and an answer that can even if you change the length of that shorter or faster. It changes how it's received the attitude in which it's responded more direct or direct noxious or more like mehta. Matic pause psych. It's it's a it's a craft. it's an art. It's an art form right. Lacing people up it's dangerous rangers. And that's what i was and that's one of the reasons i did it. It was legitimate coming from the kfi religion. I liked my best foot forward. Yeah fucking smash this thing me. It wouldn't appeal to any athletic guy who considers himself to have a bit of metal. You'd be like fuck that ago. Yeah we'll do good good. Yeah oh participate by you. Know what they say. Sometimes your best is not good enough. Thanks that's so anita tax some conference men talk to me about our relationship is is we met. Actually you and i met through the film industry. Yeah what do you shoot. What was it did. It was a shoot. It was a some kind of commercial. It was at a house on. It was at the top of oxford street with new year. Yes they angel. Police rescue best. Isn't it yeah. It had it was a whole crew. A whole cost of ozzy kind of iconic film people and you and dumb. I turned up guy. I remember i had a real chill. Diane like we didn't. I didn't have a lot to do and it was a dining table. Yes remember outhouse. I ego and you started chatting to me outside of the breakfast table. Something you'd and bow or something and we. We struck up a chat and we had an awesome diane berlin down a little bit and that was how we sort of became sort of mates. We would catch very sporadically. But we'd always trying to get. That was sort of what the thing was. Yeah it came down to algae and we had a wrestle has become an ivy five dark we did some boxing and shit. Yeah and then further to you're involved with us if you've come and trying and onto our tree in that time yes i went on the on. The trip with you guys went to That was fun bay around that area. Yeah car along. A time that that was. I remember wim hof breathing exercise that we did. Yeah eating say always dude always crying. Every time you went to a few people went souvenir on our woke up no ego just complete crystallisation of like appreciation rotten. No concerns no insecurities just like being happy to be like like honestly truly happy tigger and i just broke down. I just broke down. I went someone fucking lally yet. Saying i started crying just like i've kind of looked away because i didn't want anyone to see me. I was just looked away. And i started walking towards the ocean. Put the house going on with me now. Like i'm like you couldn't stop eating shit..