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Une tasse de Dieu ep#7 Le couronnement depines

Une tasse de Dieu

10:13 min | 11 months ago

Une tasse de Dieu ep#7 Le couronnement depines

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Follow Your True North: Divya Gugnani of Wander Beauty

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

26:29 min | 10 months ago

Follow Your True North: Divya Gugnani of Wander Beauty

"Hi everyone welcome to superwomen. It's Rebecca Happy New Year. That doesn't get old. Today's guests is divvied Guliani the founder of wander beauty and we talk a lot about how amazing background prepared her for an entirely new type of company that she's having amazing success with check it out. I'm with Devia Good Yanni The CO founder of Wander Beauty. You know those gold eyepatches that I wear all the time that save that. I should've worn today. This is the woman plus more. So we'll get into that and I'm passing the phone over. We should podcast it and wore them at the same time. Oh that would've been so fine. I should have brought them. That's my by do that at work. I type yes on Monday. Mornings and I- baggage claim I love. It is claiming baggage claim. It's the baggage claim gold. I'm asking also comes in rose gold. It's the same formula but I have hereditary really bad dark circles so like it's a miracle worker for me I have to use A. They're like my savior. I need them. I need them in my life. So let's start at the beginning. What is wander beauty? When did you start it? Tell me the whole story. So my career's investment banking finance private equity venture all that kind of stuff. And then I kinda jumped into entrepreneurship And so I've had a few companies prior to wander one in the auto parts base another one of the culinary space my last one and fashion accessories and beauty and so I was working had sold my last business. was working at a large multinational company and realize that. I really love startups and I love working in like my own business and just love being smaller teams and growing and learning every day so that corporate America Environment for me was just a little challenging and so I had. My daughter had two kids within two years. Which is tough you have three so. Yeah but years yeah. Two years is rough. Especially when you're working and traveling was just tough so I had my second child as getting up the morning commuting for my apartment on that braeside to midtown Manhattan and looked like what I look like right now which I was telling you as soon as I walked into Mike. Tired and my under US a little. Pick me up. I need coffee for minor is basically and so I would always put on just a little bit of like skin care makeup. Whatever on the subway on the way to work and I realized that like there were so many women as I was trying to lose that baby weight with by fast forward. Seven near is still in process I would go to the gym and like people who are doing their skin care so many women were doing what I call beauty beyond the bathroom. Women are time starved busy. Active interested in health interest in wellness paring. Down there be routine. Want like fewer better beauty essentials so cluttered and inundated with all these brands. That are telling them that. They need so many products too much. It's too much so consumer. I'm just like so it's like overload. I just can't handle you. I just can't I don't need cream for my left elbow. Thank you so much but I don't. What about the whole routine like that? People have like the twelve step night regimen on my twenty got much time. I just don't like listen. I liked I fancied myself like someone likes to be a little extra when I'm getting ready for that special occasion like go out with the full smokey. I I'll do the self care routine once a month. That is a bazillion steps. Like I like it. It's just not my everyday life. I just every day as live as career. Mom I have limited time and they need to spend it wisely. And so Lindsey my co-founder and I really like bonded over this idea of like. We have too much stuff. We love to work. We love to travel. We need to create a brand that is really for real women and like is created by real women for real women and solve pain points in their everyday life. So we decided we're GONNA do all multitaskers we're like we're going to really create multi-taskers things that are double sided multi formulas. If there's three steps would make it one. So that was the idea behind. Wander and wander. Beauty really is fewer better beauty essentials fewer because they are multitaskers better because it's all cleaned beauty and essential things you reach for every day so when you say clean beauty because That name is tossed around. Yes I was GONNA say Dirty Tampon. But we don't around let me just throw those out straight to the garbage for that one thing which is anyways what is clean beauty for you guys. 'cause I know him. So many are like you know. Natural organic clean to us a safe. Synthetics were free of phthalates mineral oil synthetic fragrance all that we follow E. U. Compliance in the e U. They have very strict. They do better in the EU and we believe that that is like a universal standard. That people should follow and so we follow EU compliance. And that's where we are leaping bunny certified recruiter free like these are all things that we think is just should be a standard not an like not an exception so when we're creating the ram we were never like. Oh we're clean beauty in two thousand fifteen when people weren't talking about it we're like this is just like how we live at thought. Shit you WANNA put on your body. Your skin is your largest organ. You're consuming so many chemicals from your skin. You have no idea what's going in there and we just want to be better educated MOMS. We know we've read labels. Yes we all the time. So did you have beauty experience. I did I loved beauty from Young Age and obviously in my own personal journey. My Mom was really big follower of Iras like a lot of ironic beauty principles and a lot of stuff that went on my face and my body came from the kitchen. The GROCERY AISLES. The farm all of the above And I when I saw my last business spent a lot of time. Um Helping grow our digital beauty business at this big company that it worked I worked at QVC so we had a very large beauty business. And I spent a lot of time helping grow that on the digital side and so had a lot of exposure to lots of incredible brands that were built on that platform and grew so it. Was You know a lot to learn? And I spent a lot of time understanding formulations understanding chemistry like it was a learning process but I had experienced before starting the company so when you started with your co founder. You knew kind of where to go what you wanted all that stuff. I did and I done a lot of that work before. 'cause I've formulated some skin care before it actually ever done anything for wonder so. I had a basis of understanding and information personally. My journey lead me Korea. Because in Korea. I really do believe they're at the forefront of innovation in terms of formulation An ingredients and efficacy and facelifts. Yes interest funniest thing I get off the plane which I take this long ride to get to create and the first thing team asked me like the first trip I ever took. They were like. Do you WanNa get plastic surgery. Sia Dermatologist or get your nails done. I was like. Don't have time for all three but thank you so much. I'll think about it for next trip but literally if I get if I leave there and get a manicure. I'm like game winning. I'm winning but I don't go to visit the plastic surgeon they loo- books there. I'm just wanted it so when you go to a plastic surgeon in Korea. There's a book in the Waiting Room. That literally like you it's menu. It's like a Chinese menu for like Dim Zalm. It's like which one do you want? Which do you want which knows? Do you want and there are pictures so I hear all about this from RT members there. But I skipped on that okay so you went there. You've got your formulas there. Yes and we. We do a vast majority of our development and career and I feel strongly. It's just the quality like we were having this conversation. We're launching new categories in two thousand twenty and one of the categories were launching. Doesn't have the kind of pricing that you see in color cosmetics and skin care which is what we're doing now and it's hard and we're thinking of like. Hey do we work with some domestic labs? We had priced out formula that we really liked and like the performance is just not there like when we survey people and ask them why do by wander beauty and we survey our customers maniacally. We find out from them that the number one reason they buy wonder beauty is the performance of our multi-taskers so performance the reason they keep coming back to our brand and so we cannot like scrimp on that in any way shape or form totally so we gotta go for the most luxurious ingredients. Most effective claims like really do it well. Innovate in the formula innovative. Packaging and delivery system. Or just don't do it. You strike me as someone that is very. I'm trying to figure out the word like you know exactly what you want. There is literally barrier perceived or otherwise like it is your it's surmountable like nothing's going to stop you. I don't take no for an answer. But where does it tend to how you talk and how you talk about selling things and there's no emotion of like pass businesses or? You don't seem to have any baggage. Yeah how do you do that? You just think that I move past it. I don't dwell on it I just learned from it and move on so hey I think that every experience I've had in my career. It's funny someone asked me yesterday. Like what was the worst experience you had at work like can be the worst experience and it was like explaining but had this boss who like everything that came out of my mouth was wrong and like no matter if it was like this tablecloth is blue and it was blue like he'd be like you're wrong. You're wrong it's wrong. It's like periwinkle so I was just like I've had difficult career experiences. I just choose not to have a lesson that I think it just weighs you down when you take too much of it in. I just feel like I'm so focused on the positive I. The power of positive thinking is amazing focused on the positive. I'm focused on my goals. They're always obstacles every day. I'm putting out fires. I know you're doing the same thing like there's not a day where I wake up and I check my phone and there isn't like ninety percent of the time there's some emergency happening. I WanNa Hash. I want a trademark. You can't make this shit up. You can't make this up. You really can't like literally. There's so many nights where I obsess over little things that happen during the day that I wish I didn't obsess over them so I started like putting a piece of paper and a pen next to my bed just like write it down folded and put it away so we would not haunt me all night but that doesn't really work to be honest with you like I've tried it sort of works but then I sort of just keep thinking about it but it's just. This is part of being an entrepreneur. Updates. You've down days. You've amazing celebrations. There's so many obstacles in between but I just think that through it all you know the most important thing people are like. What's your biggest accomplishment? My my biggest accomplishment is that I've survived like you have no idea how hard it is to survive starting creating from scratch and building four companies like eats giving birth many times over and much harder. Yes it is my hand so I just feel like I survived. That's my Schmidt I'm alive and I'm still in bed and that's what I got for you. So do you approach growing your latest business like knowing. Okay I'm GonNa grow to axe then a missile that Mr another and does it change your behavior like creating a legacy brand that you want to have for the next X. Money or so interesting. I feel completely differently about this business brand than I did about anything else interesting so I feel like this. Is it for me like I really feel like this? Is the chapter of my life. That is like this. Wander Elijah chapter it. It's longer. I'm more invested like when I started. My first company started it like into it. It was an auto parts company. But like I kinda jumped into because of circumstances it was not an industry as passionate about so that to me wasn't like legacy it was like build grow. See where you can get it. We had an offer we sold it. We moved on my second business which is total passion project. Like and it's okay to have those and it's okay also is a great lesson and failure is what company burner so I had a media site that did tips tricks and techniques. For food wine mixologist nutrition. I had a contract with NBC. I used to do Local TV and I loved it. And I loved going to work every day. I Love Meeting. So many shafts mixologist and traveling around the country like I really enjoyed it. It's just that scaling it and monetize it with advert. Oriel revenue was like really tough and like it would well it will like we'd get great sponsorships than the phone wouldn't ring for six weeks like it was painful like it was just you go through that pain and like it's okay to have an experience that you really love. You're really committed to but doesn't really go anywhere right like it didn't really go anywhere line before the bag. Yeah Houston goes eight. Okay you love it. You're so excited by but like so passionate. I love to cook. It's such a personal passion for me but it's okay to see the writing on the wall and say you know what this is not how I'm going to leave my mark entrepreneurial community. This is not how I'm going to define the rest of my career. It's okay to say okay now. I'm going to pivot and so I- pivoted started on the trend. I loved building that too but it grew so rapidly. We raise venture funding for growing really fast. We had a lot of technology. We built a proprietary algorithm for intelligent shopping so it was very tech based but the soul of the brand that like I just feel so differently about wander. I don't have to say this came out of such a personal passion and it was the intersection of learning how to build a business three times before this on different scale and also making all those mistakes learning from those mistakes facing those obstacles at this time. I almost feel like it was a culmination of doing it. Better faster cheaper more efficiently and really obsessing over the consumer in a different way that they hadn't done before that has made this so much more meaningfully and I've been more attached to it in that way like I get all the time from people like tell me stories of like whether they really like something or are they really hate it. I hear it both ways and so I really liked that though I love being so completely in tune with what's going on with our client stories. They want you to tell and do you literally right and tell the story or do you leave a voice message. Oh it's so funny. I'm so into voice masters by the way I find it so efficient I love everyone on my team. Knows voice notes all the time. I'm guilty offender of that I find. It weighs year than typing a million things out. I also use. Voice Dictation is why actually most of the time when and responding to DM. I just hit the voice. Nice say everything out and I like correct all like series like mistakes of not understanding my language. Our serious to me so. I'm not allowed to do that. Oh really I have various how you on your theories every might like literally. I tried to give my nephews. A home to my sister's like you will not bring that device into our no. She's not in our house Alexa. She's not allowed that allowed like all of the above. So I'm just like I live with the fact that I need the convenience I'm like this is what is my life. I am aware that I'm being listened to probably I'm relatively okay with it uncomfortable yet. Not GonNa do anything about it But I I do that and I respond to everything and I really liked that personal connection. I think it's a. It's very meaningful for me totally. I think I learned the most remark consumers when I'm reading and hearing and you know anybody engaged not just passively. But they're the back and forth dialogue. Of course yeah and they tell you the good the bad the ugly like do reason. We launch skincare. We first launched with Clark has madison. We launched with complexioned Mascara which has been huge for us. Like those categories are high retention. Replenishment people come back for them. They love them. The formulations are so incredible because they're chemically totally innovative in different than what's out there in the market but the client came back to us like but I want skin from you like all these amazing skin loving ingredients and all of your color like it's Kinda like skin color hybrids want skin from you but I wanna like have a wander cleanser but I want to have a wander moisturizer but I wanNA have a wander body product so all of our path and innovation has really been directed completely by the client and customer feedback and where to use starting wearing is Lindsay. So we have really distinct different roles like she is a very creative soul like her strength is creative. It's visual identity. It's photography videography it's direction. It's the visual identity of our brand. It's a lot of stuff that happens in social on like my strength is in product Formulation which we kind of overlap in an an share in some ways and then really like the business operations of direct to consumer marketing customer -sition operations supply chain all those exciting sexy things that make us that because it doesn't go. I really love it. I'M NOT GONNA lie enjoy it. I actually really like that as my role because I feel like I'm so comfortable with it. I know it and I enjoy it and honestly I feel like a fish out of water when I like sit in these cravings and I don't think she really leads them but once in a while when I am involved in things like I'm just like you just tell me where to look and what to do and I'm just like could with that hugest. Tell me why and I'm ready to do it. And I I participate. I'm a CO founder. And all of our creative is really. It's all real women. It's people who are fans of the brand influencers people were like you know friends of the brand and so that's what all we should have an in house studio. We should everything ourselves. We Really WanNA own entire experience. Three sixty from creating a formula to shooting a campaign. It's all done by US Mao. That's so great. And your savings. How much money I know. We've in house team for everything. We really try and builds people who are like really committed to the brand to help drive all these activities and I think that shows through in every area whether you see facebook video from Austin instagram tutorial A direct mail piece in your mailbox. It's all created by people who will work under after interviewing however many women have interviewed the women who have gone to business school and or worked in finance over index. On how successful they are or they've made a lot less mistakes. What could a woman who's already started her business who didn't go to business school or didn't have the finance background? What what is the quick manual? Or the like cliff's notes on where she can just get a lot fucking smarter. Because I learned this shit way too late like I would have made so many different decisions. Had I had the experience that you had I think the most important thing surrounding yourself with people who are experts and have a domain expertise. I think like find three other brands are three other investors who invest in the space. Who really know it? Well like every time you have questions. Don't be afraid to ask. Ninety percent of what I've learned is from the fact that I have no humidity whatsoever like I mean no follow whatsoever. I'm complete humility like I know what I know. I know what I don't know and every day there's one hundred things. I don't know that I need to do to do my job. I have decisions to make and I don't know the answer. I genuinely have no clue and I'm like I could go right go left. I could totally screw this up. I could do it right but I really don't know which way I'm supposed to be going so it's like asking a friend like I have such an extensive network of people that shamelessly call an email and ask questions to and I feel like the reason I have that is because I also pay it forward. I also really if they need anything. I'm there for them. I'm happy to help in any way I can't and I just feel like building that community around you. There's so many things that I'm not strong in our that. I've become strong and because I've learned made mistakes and found the right support in every area and I also think that as an entrepreneur especially first time on twitter. I see this all the time a lot of times because their learning this and they're on their first like leg of the journey. They're less inclined to hire people. Who were super savvy around them because they find it like threatening or like. They're like oh well. Is this person going to want to hijack my idea on? Run my company because it can feel like that and I've been in that situation before to be quite frank but I think that just overcoming all of that like you are the founder. You're the visionary you have. The strategic vision of the company like sometimes are going to be operational. You're going to like do things and other times you're just going to really add. Value by creating culture or creating vision are creating the next big amazing product for your brand. That's going to be blockbuster. And it's okay to have other people handle things that like. They're going to do better than you're going to do. And so he's WanNa hire someone who's better than I am. That's everything right ninety. So that's the advice to the person. Who's starting out ninety? Nine percent of this is no what you know. Know what you don't know. Be completely self aware and honest about what your strengths and your weaknesses are and then bring the right talent. Whether it's board members advisors investors are team members onto the team. Who can really add value and make the pie bigger in meaningful ways where you don't have expertise and just do it. I love it. That's IT I love it. That's the secret I want to be part of your little. Hell self help group please. Lord so many of their multiple text message threads WHATSAPP groups. It's important decision to make today like we were really thinking about our Amazon strategy today and I was just like I could do this. It could do that. This is kind of working for us and I was like literally called one of my friends. Invested in ten beauty brands. Who knows way more than I do and I was like? I did this analysis at someone on our team like Reynolds numbers and like look at all these compounds like where should I play like what what should I do here? And I'm being honest like I just don't know the answer. I'm so confused. And he literally wrote back. Don't do this do this and this is why and I was like. Oh my God. That's what it was and my gut didn't tell me to do that. I was unsure. Ray I didn't have a gut on the situation I was like I really just don't know what to do. And he just made it so clear to me and it was like. Oh great like this is why I love it. I need to go so I like to ask my guests something. We'd be surprised to know about you mean personal professionally told you that. I cook per and cooked professionally. That's already out of the bag out of the bag. And that's out of the way do that. Oh my God that is like so. I do puzzles like this is really weird so when I was a kid I used to love to build things and my mom used to say like I would make all these crazy. Lego structures and like it was just weird. How much painstaking detail I put into these tiny little pieces and you should drive for Bananas. Because they get stuck in the rug and she was like she couldn't get them out if you like stepping on them three days later. She just passed about my lego making and my kids never really got into legos. Which is fine totally okay. My daughter loves to draw. My son loves sports and I recently have been like doing more complicated puzzles with them but like really. They're not doing them with me. I'm spending like my whole evening last red wine to try and figure out how to do these things. It is one three hundred piece Unicorn puzzle that literally takes me four hours to do and I post on instagram. Like it takes four hours to do that. Semantics started again the next weekend. I'm like three hours in. I just feel like I like to be like thinking but not thinking also need to zone out not thinking about work. Sometimes I feel like when I watched I watch a lot of net flex which is not healthy in many ways but I watch a Lotta net flicks especially late night. When I'm taping emails and I just sometimes I need to like not be looking at a screen and be doing something with my hands and my thinking but not thinking zoning out I like that I might take puzzle making hustle. Makings really good. See you might have already answered this question. But is there a piece of advice? Either you've learned through failure or Someone told you that you'd love to pass on outside of the the one you gave. I think that the most important thing is a trusting your instinct and I'll tell you the baggage claim story because I know you like baggage claim buckled. I mask so my story with this was that I have Ratatouille dark circles. My Dad looks like a bulldog like this fact obey so I was like not winning in the android department. Have always been using counselors the first started using counselors freshman year of high school. Okay and I look for when my parents. My mom is like there will be no makeup. You're fourteen and it was like there will be under. I consider you can like I would take allowance go to CVs by the revlon dealer and it was just like my momma throw it out and then I would go back and buy it again like this would happen in my house so I wouldn't. We launch wander media. We had you know some hero art miscarriage which are like Mile High Mascara unlash Mascara like we were known for kind of Complexion Mascara and we took the Backstrom Godi masked one of our retail partners. And it was like I've been using these for a long time. Like they genuinely deep off. Brighton hydrate minder is like reduce. The parents are fine. Lines like it's got camus from Amazon. Which is potent form of admittedly the formula so incredible. The experience is very luxurious. It feels really good. And it's just an added bonus that looks cool and when I showed it to them. They were just like random like this is random. You need to do this. It doesn't make any sense for your brand. And like I see their point a see that it would be random that I'm selling all this like makeup and then like why would I do this one skin-care school and by the way? Why would I do something for under is but as a career mom like? That's like I. This is the thing I need the most. If there's anything I really need that no one had created in the market. It's this yet and this is such a cause of for me so it was so personal and they couldn't attach to it but they're like oh you know like maybe you should do it on your dot com is like you know what. I am going to do it on my dot com and I'm like and you may not believe in me but I have tested this with so many people. Everybody loved it. We sold five million units of baggage claim gold ibis packets last year. Holy and so my two cents is that like I could have just taken that feedback and just not done anything with it and be like okay. Fine they don't want it. Why am I GONNA make it? They're not going to support it in the wholesale retail environment so I'd have to launch to my dot COM. Am I gonNA move through the stock like I could have had a hosta worries and it just trusted my gut and I was like this works. This is amazing. People are GonNa love it and I'm going to take this risk and take this chance and you just have to do it. And it's like look at the success that listen I've made other decisions. It did not work out for me. That's part of being an entrepreneur. Nothing not every decision works out but when you trust your gut and you know your client and you know that you are your customer then you really get it and you just gotTa go at that. Let it let it be your true north. I love it. This has been awesome being. Do that was Devia Guliani. You should definitely definitely get her products. I swear by her under eyepatches that are also golden color. Feel glamorous even when my eyes are going chat and you can follow her at wonder beauty. Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed this latest episode. Don't forget to rate and review US wherever you listen to podcasts. Have a great day.

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PLAYGROUND - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

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12:59 min | 4 months ago

PLAYGROUND - TAGALOG FICTION STORIES | MGA KWENTONG MULTO

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Impreachy

Dumb, Gay Politics

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Impreachy

"Hey podcast listeners to catch up on the news stories that you need to know join me Gabriel Sunday for the Sunday show. It's like the New York daily with full-blown musical numbers got some violent. He's the drugs marijuana's Coleman politics sex we got gay sex and some straight stuff to hurt enough and even some of your favorite guest stars stop and buy your monsters the chickens out wherever you get your podcast go the Sunday show Sundays. Sometimes Mondays Onstar Burns audio. It's all it's all just I'm gay politics America's gotten kind but we're not gonNa let it go down like that because we've got a dumb gay podcast down I'm gay political podcast. We probably don't have all the facts but we got opinion. We'll probably backtrack. Dom Gay podcast Adum political podcast. Uh It's ocean. It's all shit social. It's Oh shit yeah I mean I don't know I- extreme I am extremely shit. This shit is the this shit is T- argue. MP What I don't even out and recording will well every bad yeah welcome to dumb gay politics. I'm Julie and I'm brandy and this is very recap the week in politics. We're recapping big brother which is it is officially over. It's been such an insane week. I mean big brother first of all happy Jewish New Year. Oh La Ah Tova Everyone Happy Rosh Hashanah happy new year Jewish new year now the Jewish brethren of yours out celebrating. They've got streamers and they've got the apple they are doing it. They've got the housing Leon released then our by shallow Oh and then they said three happy ten thousand one hundred thousand two or how many years I'm that's a good question. We do that every Jewish Jewish new year everyone we figure it out. What Jewish year is it now? According to tradition that he calendar started at the time of creation which is a fake thing is place at three seven six one. BC The current time of the Hebrew year is fifty seven seventy-nine. It was so close fifty twenty two or something so case anyone's wondering the year six thousand will be September two thousand nine hundred twenty to thirty nine. We we'll be dead. Okay Oh God I'll probably be reincarnated as like a rabbi the excellent abusive or being abused for my abusive use of state now we will I mean in twenty ca can't even met anyone who's got. Let's say about Earth is going to be on Fi Vieille apple say like infinity and I'm like don't you know don't so speaking of abusive people big brothers over it ended this week the unstable misogynist with I'm quite sure genius. IQ Won the Shit unbelievable. I mean I didn't even throw in racist but let's say let's call him. Prejudice okay prejudice. We WanNA WE WANNA bring back `push. That's I think that's that's fair. Yeah I think it's more I think that is even more fair across the board yeah well. I think that racists gets overused. People have their prejudices does and their privilege right right and it's being mislabeled. This motherfucker right was a garbage bag and he won okay so congratulations relations to Jackson Mickey. What kind of fucking name is that? That's already annoying for anyone who watched big brother and whatever I just have to say like you know he listened he played the he played the game game players. That's novice that's ever been born and he should go work for the CIA. He should go in the military. He needs to go brief. He should take his five hundred thousand and go do online investing in sit in a room gonNA basement and never come out and play around with your five hundred till it turns into in two million rate which you don't ever work with anyone certainly not just misogynistic prejudicial right and he it was so pretending to be upset that anyone call him sexist like wouldn't if I ever talked to a woman in a non respectful way all right they all wanted him to win though because because then that justified they're losing there is no way so it was a key he went to the end with his his quote. Unquote girlfriend in the House can't wait. I wonder if you think they're still together. I'm giving them that they are not. I think he will milk it because those persons second go around and do their inner Eurasia and they'll to try and get on your shows so we want to officially thank as we did last year and Morris who's a deep role dog and podcast contributor. IRV doesn't reach the books she changed our lives at Big Brother and we've gotten to watch toxic people with a lot of money right in and it is it's riveting yeah and by the end and I definitely it definitely channeled my rage for the summer. 'cause I was able to the L. and be be grossed out and now I have nowhere to put my rage to put it on a person who works at the Eagle Markelle Yeah I Barbara had my co-dependency. I took the life feet in the bathroom. I in my laptop on the TV. When I was making the bed without the live feed and then there's a point in time where it all just turns turns and there's only four people there and you're just like you? I will not okay we if you guys fancy the saying I don't need your notes Babe. We have officially run out of those shirts yes so he played a small re portent right right a reorder because God knows nobody has the pockets to be doing a full fucking twenty-five in every size reorder so no we don't if you want it. Get on it on preorder. 'cause we placed small reorder so you can go to. WWW DOT Jillian brandy dot com we we have four styles but and you can order any of the other three although the the podcast shirt is getting very low to say I'm surprised of all the shirts people have got got the podcast shirt and we still have plenty of those though but they are getting lower plenty of Oh you're right yeah but enough that we're still not written the reorder state yet. No one's ordered one in a while so we don't hang on with charges. Maybe if you go to. WWW DOT patriots dot com slash gay politics you will enjoy our Patriot bonus podcasts which will then make you want to buy a shirt and that's how we don't talk politics and we talk about everything else under the sun including winning big brother and other things and that you get one podcast one dollar or two podcasts for two dollars. It's the cheapest absolutely cheapest a patriot slash podcast deal. You're going to get out there and they're an hour long each so one of our favorite Patriot subscribers Jemma who is British British and let this point. She seems like an actual friend right. I don't know if it's because we partied on down to the break on with Andy. Unease or vicious Eddie British person seems like the homey but Gemma's been. We've been no JEMMA for awhile. She you guys might remember. She did gay guys in their feelings. She sent us some gifts separately sands note because she needed to subvert circumvent customs charge right now you got I've got three of the best pairs of socks that have ever laid physically they are so comfortable and they are Tamie that feedback remember when we put we both felt them and then but I never had them on my feet. Oh you need to put one on your foot. They have one has cats us. Which Julie is like an old spinster? Oh I was like look at the one of them has coffee on it coffee cups which is also so gemma as you know perfect on her second back in cup and then one has like eighty squiggle perfect to love and their and their pink which I love for doc so hot pink and men love to do that Iranian listen I my own slash woman slash man and I can wear hot hot pink socks. If I just to next I'm going to ask you what you identify as put slash woman slash man and then they'll go first thing. Is it a phantom slash woman slash man. I'm going to say if they go. What's the first thing I'm GonNa go magic slash the first thing is blank slash woman slash watchman so then sent me a care like a little? It looks like a makeup bag. It says I crave star damage. She told me it was for or my pen like I'm gonNA use this she. She has a newborn baby so she's all thinking of putting school supplies in here right pen slash office supplies slash crash but you know it's for drugs right now what I will use it for and it's black which I live especially for your purse or anything because everything else gets dinge MHM. I'm going to use it when we travel for any travel. You put all kinds of accoutrements in little bags. Yeah Yeah like whatever you want bag away vitamins. I do and Baggies and then you say when someone says what's in the bag you go slash vitamins slash rush accoutrements. What else fill in the Blake Blake thank you jemma Ma'am how are shared male lover Jason Moss? I can't wait to impregnate him. I can't wait either. I hope the baby's Japanese so he says Jonas Brothers t-shirts one black one one white which we will assume our for the Jonas Brothers concert that we are going to with him which is in less than a month dear Jason and we are going to wear the shirt to the Hollywood bowl and you need to wear yours as well because even though all three of us will clearly be the oldest people there we will be I fucking Nick Jonas while high on every drug and we will absolutely need to be in matching thirsty ease. That's right that's good. I'm going to go like what are the seventy year old Jonas others t shirts with their eyes crossed. I know how to sing and dance with fourteen champagne bottles littering glittering their Hollywood bowl box. Is this your Musica. What do they do up there? I don't know if we all don't get into like a drill team. Style uh-huh intense I fuck with Nick Jonas. It's a fail like I mean I'm going to make him like nobody look away. Nobody look at Joe. Nobody look at fucking will bill. What's the other one's name Joe Neck Ch- Elisha is it with with another j well? We're not people are like you are as we speak. Our tickets are being pulled away like I. I don't think you should be going to the concert. I'M GONNA at number right now. No one cares about what's his name married to the random. Now it's all about nick really yeah and then Joe and then Elijah Joe is clearly the mastermind behind this current album yeah so we're kind of taking him in plus. He married that old bitch from thirst. I clean their own game of thirst. That's what that should be called game averse good one good one. I always think it should be Nick Joe. I I always think Zane correct. That's from one direction des Yeah. That's great and I want you to keep thinking that and I won't you keep thinking it while we're there hip assane to wear a shirt wear and be like I'm so excited for the concert like Jimmy Laos loves Jane Yeah Okay so we did get and I know no one likes for us to go on on deal with it. Fast forward your shit so we got and Adore orbs Dow. I mean okay so kate. Vogel Vogel is she is a Patriot star yeah and I always we finally have her picture because she sent her picture for the drug day up. I want to tell you that I always wanted to pretend it was kate Voegele the station and I held on that even though the last name is spelled differently where you would. I don't know if you know her Cape but we're like man Ma'am are big fans of her because we will get down with like a lesbos style lyric feelings cornball moment the Johnny item on your him singing head under while John how Johnny Google Castle go ahead so kate. This is what we want you guys to do for every person that that has sent us a gift but has not sent your picture for the drug then you are banned from sending on another fucking thing in here until you send your pick so here's what Kate said Hi Julian Brandy Coffee Grinder girl here. I want okay number one. I want to stop you okay. That's perfect for when you send your your postcard. Go ahead and say what you'd send instantly. We never let me say speak for myself. I will never forget that. She said the coffee grinder now because I see her face right. It's now pictured with the coffee right right and I like that already. Doing it okay good. I wanted to send another gift but I'm following the rules in sending this for the drug then I again. I like when people do what I say as well. Thank you kate. Yes these are two of chickens beyond say and Ruth Baiter Gins Bird Ginsburg. She's holding a chicken so well well. She's holding to and that's cares about an all. I care about is Kate's face. That is what I need. My daughter looked like she I wanna man wants to fry up the chickens. I wanted to take her. She's fucking adorable yeah. I just love that she has and she's holding it like adorable. I want a pet hat. Chicken beyond say was killed by a coyote since we live in the wildness of central Massachusetts Ruth however got bit but recovered just like her namesake aac beyond the lookout for a book to satisfy conspiracy theory souls. I mean so she sent us. A book called the enslaved Queen a memoir about electrcity and mind control. This is exactly the perfect note. The girl is Goddamn adorable. She's holding God Damn adorable bird and then then. She told us what she sent before center picture then sent another gift. We want this to go great. Don't forget the thing at the end. which is the other day now yeah we've been? I have been off my fucking rocker doing conspiracy theories and I don't know if it's all the drugs I do do or what but I'm everything is a conspiracy. It's really getting on everyone's nerves. Please don't let that deter you from the Patriot guys this codes or do one. I see that I'm too much then I pull it back but I'm glad kate at least sees me. Supports me lookout enslaved queen too yeah and we thank you for the book and we think picture we thank you the most for your picture because now we know and we see all the time and though it it isn't Kate Voegele who sings the sad lesbian music slash pop. It's better is better shareholders the chicken Sir yes now. It's time for I of the store put up on the walls. Chicken the shit off of the Washington put it down on the floor in a glass bowl. She'd take so fuck and put up on the wash in this week's. I of the Shit storm can be described in two words. That's right. It's while impeachment inquiry impeachment inquiry which that's right well whatever speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced last Tuesday you say that she was officially launching an impeachment inquiry within the house an impeachment inquiry is the first step in the impeachment process us. I didn't know that did you. I did not me though they have to do. An inquiry it means that six key committees in the House that are already investigating trump will continue can you to investigate for any high crimes and misdemeanors that trump may have committed under the umbrella of the impeachment inquiry so I guess normally you'd go and be like okay. We're going to start doing an impeachment inquiry and you wouldn't already have seventeen committees committee's already investigating you since he's already done been having investigating him for two years and they're just like kicking. Keep doing what you're doing but now we're looking for something to impeach teacher and I'm like we're all ready doing that. I mean they kinda were but now they're going to do it officially and they're going to be like you know when people do when writers in a writer room let's say for the TV show that put up a board with all the cards. I like to imagine then they now. They're like all right you guys. We have all these index cards. They have wall. They can't even fit in in room anymore. But now they're like. We have to open up another room and we're going to post the articles of impeachment and here's where we need to put now the index cards all need to go rather than one act to whatever rather than just like money laundering tax evasion collusion coercion sexual assault we're going to do here's the articles of impeachment what can fit where and how are we gonNA do what we're GonNa do is and then there's one asked to kill another government to influence the twenty twenty election. They've got actually that's it exactly. That's an impeachable offense and that's what you did so now. Fuck your money laundering. We're looking for every single this piece of evidence that proves or leads to or backs up that you asked a foreign government to help you win the twenty thousand and apparently the entire House and Senate needs more evidence than actually hearing it from his own mouth sir. You're the press conference Ma'am that Nancy Pelosi gave announcing the impeachment inquiry which of course was last Tuesday moments after we hosted the podcast great love it when the entire thing we did is pointless old news. Why should anyone listen? I'm sure when we looked to see if we have the fourteen listeners that'll be one that listened yeah so the press conference though should have been called pimp each mint because Nancy Pelosi is gangsters faulk. I mean I'm pretty sure I was on the toilet with the door cracked and you were playing playing in the other room or that might just have been talking back and forth about it but it is heartwarming okay. That bitch gives addressing down like a God the American queen she drags you reads you with composure. Yes doesn't raise her voice is as you think she could be talking about baking. She could be talking about how she enjoyed. the one that you got her yeah for I mean her doubles game so here's a clip and we could have played a lot of it but we're GONNA play. The clip that we felt like was the most like boss Bitch Yeah Yeah I can say with authority the trump administration's actions undermine both our national security and our intelligence agents and our protection of whistleblowers more than both. She's smiling this Thursday the acting. DNA will appear before the House Intelligence Committee at that time he he must turn over the whistleblowers four complaint to the committee he will have to choose whether to break the wall or honor his responsibility to the Constitution on the final day of the constitutional convention in Seventeen Eighty seven when our constitution was adopted Americans gathered on the steps apps of Independence Hall to wait the news of the government our founders had crafted. They asked Benjamin Franklin. What do we have a republic doc or a monarchy Franklin replied a republic if you can keeping our responsibility is to keep it rich inch and this fucking ginger bitch you just for men fucking loser when she spoke of the deny which is the director of National Intelligence and the hearing and said Thursday that has already passed that was last last Thursday so I did not cast an eye upon the hearing but someone very special did and that someone is you so what the fuck went on? It's the same kind of shit that happened even with Corey Lewandowski. It was like yeah. I'm not gonNA give you. You know I I don't I'm. I'm not GonNa talk about information that I talked about with President. Sorry and they're like Oh but can you just say. Can you just say this. Can you just say this. Did you talk talk to trump. Did you go talk sit down with President Drought and Lake. We know you talk to the Great uh-huh and like we need to deal with it yeah I can't. I can't really tell you I'm not going to discuss any kind of private conversations. I've I've had with the president. I'm sorry so he never gave anything up. No now okay so give the quick recap. A whistle blower came forward about a phone call. The trump had with the president of Ukraine in the phone call. The Ukrainian president was looking for four hundred million dollars in military aid that was allotted to the Ukraine by by US Congress trump basically said that he would get them the help they needed but he wanted them to investigate Joe Biden son as a favor for today. Ah Yes as a favor. The transcript of the phone call has been released and what the whistle blower said is exactly what happened it amounts to a quid pro quo and that is an impeachable events. It's so I thought that the deny like who the fuck is that we've met. We didn't even know that he's also the acting deny because right all the other ones fired fired resigned whatever or style so but I never even knew that was the thing I thought that he was holding back the transcript of the call yes and he did and and he did that he did release it to them. He released it to them. They finally decided that they were going to release it to them but basically what part of the Kerfuffle is. This is the intelligence since chief so and this is within the intelligence community so unintelligent person had to go to the intelligence chief and be like I'm coming to you under the umbrella whistle blower. Here's this information rather than this chief going to either keeping it in the investigation internal and private he went and to the president which you don't do. That's like saying if I say this guy raped me I can't I don't we work together. I I can't deal they go to the rapists and they go listen. She sent raped her so we need to talk about yeah. figure it out because what happened is and he's saying that he had he did everything by the book bullshit so because what happened is the whistle blower heard the call and the whistle blower had been or didn't hear the caller whatever the whistle blower knew about the call because for at least a month the trump's personal lawyer Rudy Guliani had been going back and forth with Ukraine it was a complete and utter like calculated move to get help from the Ukraine but they they took every iffy exchange done between trump like for that one phone call was between trump himself and the president of Ukraine. Hey this doesn't even count the ten times Guliani met with some other Ukrainian Goule that was all but this was directly trump and the president of Ukraine now now everyone around was yet. You Kinda fucked up there now. I don't think you should have done that on that call plus because he's doing it in front of a group of people and he's doing an article that everyone in in their goddamn uncle. Tom Knows fucking monitored and he's so they're like Jabre. You fucked up there and he's like oh whatever so they take take the call and they take all of the evidence of the call and they put it onto a private servers that only a few people have been completely to hide all evidence of the call so the only way anyone is going to to get the call out is by flapping their lips and telling telling the plane the telephone game but they hide every piece of evidence now the whistle blower at this point or the person who informed the whistle blower because supposedly the whistle blower or wasn't there now. I believe there was a blower was there but that's a different story because I'm like I said I see conspiracy around every fucking corner and everyone's lying so johnny. They're all liars so johnny has it. Wasn't this one anymore you only listen to the beach around so the the person who everybody standing there who secretly against trump or anybody who is listening on the call in that exact moment because there were people who probably heard it live who are tapping on in like he's making a call get on there now well according to Shit on the phone on him. He's making a call according to not well first of all we know that there's people physically in the room and according to the good good fight the CIA is tapping into every almost every single they've watched me change and shower and heard me and you talking about pizza getting getting delivered and Times this week and if you don't think that someone isn't monitoring turing every phone call that the president makes score and the president and the and he knew that he even knows that he's like I never would have done Matt. Do you know how many how populated those calls are but he did because his fucking he can't keep a hold of his asshole and he runs it runs away with him and then he's like and then he hangs up and everyone's like yeah that was and he's like Oh crap. I think that trump is so calculated that even when his asshole runs away he's I do believe leave that when he hung up the phone he was like what I didn't say anything illegal in say the words I quit riding me and he's like and I let me see who the rat is yeah and he's and and that's why I think that the whistle blower did hear it or was there and they're trying to be like saying it's hearsay someone who doesn't look immediate company and blame them right for the leak so who who so they basically took all the evidence hit on a private server and then waited and now said whistle blowers like this is never gonNA come out unless I make a the report and tell someone it's going to hide. You can't leak to the press. We've got to do an official because whistle ski or She Iskar. They're going to get killed so that's what they did they because they knew it was a hiding so you guys are dealing with two things here like okay. Before Julie plays you bitches. She compiled the bunch of clips of like the Republican talking heads defending trump and getting dragged on every cable show. That's the other part of the story that you all need to know is that not only did trump. He already did an impeachable offense by telling somebody they can get their four hundred million once they do him favors and help him with his election now got another element where they're covering this shit up and and his fucking fat tool book and Boyfriend Oy friend Attorney General Bill Bar knew the phone call was a blatant abuse of presidential power and was an impeachable offense and helped cover the whole thing up and end it is William Bar. It is Bill Bar Attorney General Yeah. That's why the former Attorney General Jeff sessions has been kicked to the curb side right the rest of the trash goes because trump wants a fucking bro in there. WHO's GonNa do whatever he says? Bill bar is a garbage pay will say that for the second fucking time uh-huh Nancy Pelosi literally went on record and accused our Attorney General William Barr of having gone rogue in order to protect the president is it. That's just not done that. That person is for justice. They're the biggest. That's the top lawyer in the country. He's the lawyer for the people he is. Not The lawyer for the President Around Rhode. y'All are done went wrong. Our lawyer has decided to go with the like another client yeah one other client with the perpetrator. I want so in so the the thing one of the things in question that now I read the transcript I read and watch the hearings I watched the hearing I read the transcript I also read the whistle. Blowers transcript hill sound like we don't we're talking about so the the phone call is completely now again. We don't this transcript could be summarized it could. We don't know if this is the real transcript the reason why the the main reason if you go it's just a couple of pages. It's a quick read trump in the phone call asks him to look into crowd strike and you collusion and all this shit however in which he he does do in the transcript but here's where we get and this is the impeachable offense is right here. It's these words he's talked. Talk Talk Doc. He goes the other thing. There's a lot of talk about Biden's son that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the attorney general would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it it sounds horrible to me. That's the main thing yeah he brings us for favor he asked for and so just I want everyone to hear that so you understand that when people are going he never said that he didn't and say this. They are blatantly lying. He does ask for it and what what any saying people know Yes for people are saying is that he never ever said all get you the aid when you can deliver me information on Joe Biden's son and they act like they act like us getting getting pizza delivered is actually US getting pizza delivered. No one who's doing something shady goes ahead and just spells it out like hey listen an Marlon Brando. Can you go cut off a horse's head and put it in someone's bed. It's like you don't do it like that. You know they go has landed did thank you for my birthday gifts right or yes and and the way a Mafia. Let's say let's just keep going with the Godfather. How did it work in the Godfather? Hello Godfather Hello. How can I help you? I need you to do me a favor. Okay thank you you know what an F. I and I really appreciate if you could do me this favor and I hope to someday be able to do and show you my gratitude to you and that is also in this so no one saying if you do this I'll do that they go. I need you to do me a favor. I'd love you know what we would love to work with you. There's anything you can do for us. It's all over this phone. Obvious Code that I can fourth grader knows what to do. I mean it's obvious. CBS So now what's going on is the Republicans are doing damage control and they're putting out all of the biggest Douche bags on the news but they're going into CNN MSNBC to our Melbourne Balloon Anderson Cooper. They're trying to be like what it's cool. Don't worry about it yeah but it's all rhetoric it's all regurgitated. They're all doing the doing saying the same thing so they've canvas every cable news show with the with the rehearse script from some fucking political. Pr Spin Firm and and they have all stuck to it but this is for the first time in the time that we've been doing this podcast. I have not seen Cable News. Hosts get so bent out of shape deep as they are with this because of the blatancy of the lying yes asses handed to them time and again Kellyanne Conway telling Anderson Cooper alternative the fact right in his asshole clinches up say a word or he laughed. He's like what what he's talking about. It's happening and now it's just like they're done. They're sick of it. Yeah don't look me in the I just don't so what you're going to start with okay that she's going to stop with a top start with the top of the POPs which is Jake Tapper. His hair was on fleet. It was pomp. He's fucking. He got the volume that he needed he had it was just just going honey. There was it was all he needed. He sat there and he was he had the biggest dick. This Republican named Jim Jordan. What a senator from where I go hi Oh he's the biggest right? He's one of the biggest I should say every one of them is the biggest but he is one of the biggest pieces of shit in the fucking Congress. I we'll swear when I'm talking about him. I'm sorry mom but he is. You are disgusting. LS Just saying seasoning out I do now Jim. Jordan is the asshole that he was an assistant coach at Ohio state in the in the eighties. He was an assistant coach from the wrestling team. Okay that tells us all we need to know with all due to the one half wrestler listening to this probably woman anyway but still going to get offended that we're talking about wrestlers. He he the wrestling team the men's wrestling team was sexually abused by the doctor on that at that at that that the Ohio state athletics right so the doctor was they'd go in there and be like yeah I sprained my pinky and he'd be like dropped trial and why you gotTa touch my Dick and then he would and they leave him and be like yoga this doctor out of touch my fucking balls out of frame pinkie so some of them were laughing it off and they were probably just dealing with the trauma drama of fully getting their Dick Molested by some idiot and they would talk about in the locker room. However went down the molesting doctor was an open open secret and there was no way old? Jim Jordan didn't know now ten Ohio state wrestlers have come forward in their like forties and fifties and we know they're embarrassed. They don't want to come forward and be like hey my name's Mike Sullivan fumbled from broken peaky and like they have been they all came forward and said Jim Jordan's a fucking snake snake he didn't retire. He didn't step down. He denied it. We hate his fucking guts. You might as well have jacked them all off himself. Fuck right off there. Were those were ten girls. He'd be done yeah he would he would be done and it's like you know what you want. Because obviously you want to make a wrestler fucking choke a guy in the parking lot. Hey maybe they did but but I know when you're in college and you don't WanNa lose your scholarship or you don't WanNa lose your place on the wrestling team. You just go who cares it probably fell on you know and they didn't say anything right and and he deserves to be fucking hung out to dry beyond and he he if you've watched any of these hearings he'll pro. You'll recognize recognize him right away. He's always the one who is talked about touching a dick. His trump's Dick is so deep into this guy's throat and now that's not a Hama Alabama is sucking the life out of trump. His life force is being sucked like a hoover from this guy you did or House asshole ears eyeballs. He is a living breathing Dick sucking environment tapper now and ahead and stuck it in the other. Yes now let me tell you th I'll say this as the lesson the group I have never been so attracted acted to jake tapper. I have in this particular moment he is he he every panty dropped in the plan. I don't care what you're into every man every woman every whatever you identify as the Panty the boxer though whatever dropped because he fucking ruled gang this definitely a highlight career acting director of National Intelligence says that the transcript backs up what the whistle blower says and we also found out that the White House did in fact take the transcript transcript and put it in this secret compartmentalized and a compartment in computer server took to block anybody else from getting so those are the two main charges and they're both through your both through you you know why they put it in the in the in the in the in the classified server because this administration there was there was a study jake right here done by the by the Senate in two thousand seventeen more leaks in the first I five months state security leaks in the first five months in the trump administration any other ministration. They should be putting everything in there with folks around you her leaking information. We remember the call to former prime minister of Australia. Here's what it says it has affected the trump. Administration has been besieged by leaks at a level that far exceeds that of any other minute. I recognize you guys. Don't want facts coming. You Know No. No you gotta protect them the leaks if I'm the trump administration I'd be putting every communication in this in this accurate information. The leaks are of accurate information jake. You don't like the guy who I was GonNa believe the Guy who had firsthand knowledge and it was on the call presidents Alinsky who said he wasn't pressured or the guy who didn't have we have seen in the wizards dripped got. That's what I'm saying the guy who didn't have firsthand knowledge and is and had a motive against the president according to the director of national intelligence the transcript is in alignment with a whistleblower complaint. We all see it. We all see conversation. Zielinski wants military aid in president trump asks him to look into the Biden's. I can't believe that that's okay with you. The alinsky brings up. He wants to drain the swamp and his country like the president is doing here. The predecessor do me a favor. Can you figure out what happened. In Twenty Six. I thought we all cared about what happened in the two thousand sixteen election and then and then after Alinsky says this important sentence in addition to that investigation I want to do all investigations in an open and candid way the only then does the president bring up. My guess is if you ask the American people when they look what happened with Joe Biden's son what I don't. I don't know what happened with Joe. Biden's son he got paid fifty eighty thousand dollars Jake thousand dollars and for several years now project said there's no evidence of wrongdoing vice president son gets paid fifty eighteen thousand dollars a month in gets hired by a company. If you have industry he has no experience in and Oh that's fine and all you folks in the present Democrats. Oh no problem here. Go try telling that taken that message to the American people don't like fifty thousand a year and when they see the vice president's son getting paid fifty thousand a month in a field an industry has no experience. I wonder what the one hundred didn't those board meetings so he just looking at his phone check out the sport in May ten wrestlers Alpbach and then when the company that's paying him that money uh-huh under investigation guess what daddy comes running to the rescue. The vice president is state run out what happened I prosser that's not what happened. The European Union the the Obama Administration International Monetary Fund Pro Clean Government activists in Ukraine thought that the prosecutor you're saying not prosecuting correct. You're saying Joe Biden didn't tell didn't tell you that prosecutor he I think he did he did at the time was the guy was not prosecuting anything and that was the government of the United States here West. Joe Biden told her name you say here are the facts here. The facts job did Joe Biden. Tell them to fire the process because it wasn't go up corruption. He wasn't wasn't going after corruption. Did they do understand what I'm saying wasn't talking about the company that had hired Joe Biden son for fifty two Ukrainian that investigation instigation was dormant and was dormant. Joe Biden's son get paid fifty thousand dollars a month in a field in an industry that he had no experience in those are three breath. Ask saying that the children of presidents and vice presidents should not be doing international business deals. I'm all for it but you're setting a standard that is not being met right now. Dow else telling you what happened. Joe Biden said car this prosecutor or you're not getting. You're suggesting that Biden should it'd be fired to pretend in impress. That's not what happened. You can't in one breath say he had nothing to do with the business the company and his texting sports scores on his phone and the next ex- breath be like his company is getting invested. I mean in the rest of your clips that you have. Everybody loves to call it Hunter Biden's company. The moneymakers sat on a board Gordon took his fifty grand a month and by the way I stop listening the minute. I hear that I'm like US making six hundred easy year. I don't know why I didn't get his number hunter. Biden clearly had some problems in his life. He's like there's one hundred by NASA problems so fine and he probably got on that board because of the his last okay parentis admitted this is about the resident exactly impeachable Bullshit Shady Fuck light and he's not trying to find out what happened in two thousand sixteen elections because we you know what happened in two thousand sixteen elections and whatever butter Biden did during that time had nothing to do with the election so it's total bullshit and smoke and mirrors and the fact that he's bringing up Joe Biden. Should I mean ever do not do not see it. Sir Like Joe Biden is his biggest competition and the twenty twenty election and he wants to go oh and get dirt and if you in the last year I believe he's had Guliani they've been desperately desperately desperately trying to figure out how they're going to spin this in order to bury Joe Biden. They started with a bitch pretending he kissed her on the back of the head so that was really pay and look at that. I mean that is that person. That woman is oh. I mean that is such bullshit died in squirmed in-depth. It didn't matter it wasn't true so now they're turning over every stone looking for every single thing and of course I mean all these people are glad handing. There's tons of nepotism going on. It's been going on the dawn of time. Keep looking find something except for with Elizabeth Warren but he's a private citizen. He's not in the government at all senator. He's not the vice president. He's not doing anything and it has nothing to do with with the administration right now other than the fact that he's running against and it's right. Let's just say for the sake of it that that it's very convenient venios that Hunter Biden was getting fifty thousand a month for three years he went ahead and made his millions and then he then all of a sudden the presidency turns over and Ukraine A and he steps down it's shady fine. Just let higher Christopher Steele to roll into Ukraine and do a dossier on Joe Biden. Go right the fuck ahead ahead and do that. The president doesn't get to sit on a phone call and say we're going to send you four hundred million dollars. That Congress told me to send you four months ago. If you do me some favors here and that is what he did. We're not here to judge and jury whether Hunter Biden Joe Biden. We're doing shady shit. Maybe they were but it's not the president right to sit in that office and make other countries dig up dirt on Joe Biden or find dirt or create dirt or whatever it is so that he can win in two thousand twenty the Rephaim. It's okay to do that. The president and get doesn't to do that. We don't know what happened with Hunter Biden and maybe it's all shady but it doesn't fucking matter. Trump has to go because what he did is wrong. He's not allowed to fucking do that. Period now representative Lee Zeldin who's the Republican on the Foreign Affairs Committee goes onto on Erin Burnett on CNN and and she we've never seen her. Go lose her cool or whatever and again same talking points same shit same shit. It's it's like they were given a typed up script. It's crazy you. Could I mean this. This is not new information as you point out. The tape of Joe Biden saying is is hardly breaking news now through January Kan.. Of Two thousand eighteen but this is not something that the here's the thing if you don't have any problem whatsoever with the vice president under the direction of he said the president of the United States threatening to withhold one billion dollars if they don't stop prosecuting his sons competent thousand congressman nuts the Seattle. I'm not saying that that's why he did it in that is false. There's no indicate indicates that in any way okay what what I'm saying is that he wanted that he was threatening demanding that the state prosecutor be fires right was the prosecutor and what I surgery center tennis fear and all of our allies thought that this guy was a corrupt guy so what we took credit for it that is Dan Status on corruption and was replaced by somebody else soft on corruption except the person who was replaced with soft on corruption with someone who is not the individual who was I was prosecuting his sons company okay again but I'm saying that that investigation was already dormant under the guy that you're saying he wanted to get rid of because of something that wasn't doing so that doesn't add up either nor does that matter right so there's there's that there's the Republicans are doing fifty thousand a month tutor hunter hundred job by job. I tried it's like it doesn't matter she should be going trump trump trump trump trump yeah and also Ivanka dawn Eric Leira all of them are or international business and are under some kind of scrutiny or controversy or something that has been what about a shady sister who's on the fucking appellate court. Are you had to step down. They investigated her shady fucking lies and then Jake Tapper makes the point when he says like you can't. You're worried about one hundred getting fifty two thousand dollars a month and sitting on some board meanwhile it's like what is Eric trump junior know about running a nonprofit which we know he's money laundering from which is already they're already investigating and trump which has done it a million times Ivanka's in China fucking putting children in sweatshops and has copyright laws being every which way but loose don. Jr. Is a slum Lord hotels in their play. I talk about nepotism. It's clear and present. There's no it's it's laughable. They're talking about Oh. The daddy comes in and I'm like honestly honestly sounds like you're telling a story about trump dodgier right in every way so now we got Anderson Cooper who also doesn't get those panties in a bunch usually know an Anderson and Cooper has on Rick Santorum one another bucket of Com yeah and then there's Kirk Kirstin powers. WHO's one of like she's like an international affairs expert? She's written a bunch of books and Blah. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah limits. Okay let me just read read this the president and the other thing. There's a lot of talk about Biden son that Biden Stop Tossing Giuliani right well by the way mentioning Leilani is talk that he knows that Giuliani is talking about right eating in with Ukrainian officials in Madrid and in Ukraine and elsewhere and we know what Giuliani skulking about she's talking about the I understand but if if you look at what he asked the favour about the president's spoke at length then he's the thin this is the second part of favorite not. It's already said that there would be nothing wrong with it if they did it. I mean th th they've admitted to doing this rick so I don't even understand the the other thing. There's a lot of talk about Biden's son really there is a lot of talk among whom Biden Stop the prosecution and a lot of people wanna find out again the president's go to there's a lot of people wanNA know. There's a lot of people wanna find out about it. The President Attorney General would be great. Biden was around bragging that he that he stop stop the prosecution. If you can look into it it sounds horrible to me. Yeah I would say this. I would agree with you that is bad judgment. I agreed that the president should not have said that lease suggests that the president was somehow creating a quid pro quo or brokering or asking favor to do that. I think in misreading trump's how's claire do it has rated Ukrainian. Presidents head is hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid that he needs to fight an ongoing war in his country. He knows that the president knows that you're saying in order for there to be a quid pro quo the president has to spell it out and say by the way I've Stop Stop the aid I'm holding up in the Congress passed it on a bipartisan basis and you do me this thing on crowd strike and you know my conspiracy theory about the two thousand sixteen election the Oh by the way Biden Biden if it's not a favor because he he brought it up because the Ukrainian president brought it come on rag they've been I mean just like they can't you just just have to just spend an hour online that you did and they got it. You compiled the best clips and the least wreck Santo horrified the fucking like take decency to be like look. It was bad judgment Jim Jordan he just like a wrestler. Just fucking God his cauliflower ear to the Matt it would not fucking given and would not admit but also Anderson Cooper did the right thing by focusing solely on the call yes like and also so by it known years back none. 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This is the part of the show where we tell you about things in the news that you may have missed but they're too tragic for us to ignore okay so that was an intense and heated shit storm but this is kind of a continuation of that story so I mean it is a continuation okay so after all of this shit came Kim Ki came out about how trump pressured the Ukrainian president to help him win the election with the Joe Biden Bullshit facebook book literally within a day that that all came out within a day that all came out it all came out the week the week prior but on Tuesday Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry so that's when it's shit came to write facebook old Mark Zuckerberg finally wakes the fuck up and shuts shuts down a popular pro trump facebook fan page called. I love America BARF BARF the fuck Barf life which just so happened to be run by none other than Ukrainian. I love a facebook page called. I Love America aw run by Ukrainian right. I mean you don't really need to be a scholar a Rhodes scholar to put the pieces together here. NO AMERICANS GONNA to make a page called I love America and if not gun doing and if they do okay but the fact that Ukrainians are doing it says it will I mean they have a phone call. He got he's The godfather I have a favor okay and then you know that's when Zuckerberg shouted down but when within the last month when in Guliani was meeting with Ukraine and trump had the call suddenly this this pro-trump facebook page starts to come alive again uh-huh and they're recycling Russian fucking memes that were out during the two thousand sixteen election all the Russian memes and the messaging suggesting they start recycling them and now Mark Zuckerberg trying to act like that pinged off some alarm which it didn't what happened was the impeachment inquiry pink dolphin alarm and all of a sudden Marceca workers like get on it. Anything that we found out is coming out of Ukraine. We need to shut down before we get involved and become accessories because we knew facebook. Look knows who the fuck where they're fucking. Pages are being set up from facebook page with one million followers is out of Ukraine. They know in the minute. There's a there's drama and the president's GonNa get impeached. facebook knows they're going to be dragged into it. So all of a sudden they shut the page down pretending up what's wow we just found this page which is has one million followers more it receives more views than USA Today Okay and is run by ten individuals based in the Ukraine. I mean so they pulled it down. Because now decided memes are popping up which are like veterans earns love America Immigrants Don't picture of an old fucking haggard fucking veteran who's probably homeless but they don't care and then there's like a picture of Donald Trump and it's like do you support Donald trump like one of those click definitely yes maybe donor whatever like surface surveys fixer vic surveys service and then they're gonNA compile all that information they did this trick where they so in two thousand sixteen with the Russian fucking troll farm one one of their things that they do so they'd have all made all these memes all these like they pretend that it was like a pro hillary me right right but it would be to stoke like right whatever racism and you know about Muslims or black people or immigrants or whatever but they pretend it was pro hillary and then they show her in this light as like an apologize or for behavior like Hillary and terrorists or whatever the fuck so what this the Ukrainian insight did was take those same memes and then they would do a trick where they take a camera and start it to the side and then video slowly to come focus in on the mean so now it's not a meme. It's a video so now you've got all these videos up and down the side of the page which are actually you just cameras filming the means but you guys honestly it's no accident that trump asked them for help to win the election. That is what the request for Joe Biden's son information on Joe Biden's son the request for investigating the twenty me sixteen meddling basically saying look how they did it in two thousand sixteen right and go ahead and started on up and the genius of the Genius socity of trump up and his disgusting garbage pigs. Is that the one thing they're good at is they understand and I hope I can articulate this correctly. Maybe you can help me. They understand understand that we have to be covert and how we ask for this help and we are going to ask for help and we are going to try and be mafia about it but because we're being listened to so we have to even be more covert than that so we know this shit happened with Biden. We know that they need help. We're going to like what am I like. They're they know they're doing and they know how to get the message across and it's not just that but they know how they're going when it comes out how they're going to spinning out so it's all plants in case we get caught. This is our failsafe for when somebody because we because we're basing it in like what could be what could be trouble for the other side anyway because it's not just like asking for a favor they have to base it in something where they could potentially make it make the other side look because they did something shady blackmailing them whatever so of course facebook the tragedy and travesty that it is shuts the page I love America then there's like several off-shoot accounts where they go back and forth and they can share the memes and their whole thing thing is they do cute puppies right fuck in an immigrant and the trump family and you know bad bad bashing emigrant rhetoric and then like the trump trump family so facebook shuts down and makes a you know a point of being like we went ahead and shut down but then never take a stand on whether the pages are government actors that was like the thing is we're not gonNA commit to whether these are government actors and I'm like okay. I loathe loathe everything that corporation stands for and I'm like okay well. You don't want to say whether it's government actors but who other than their government or our government is going to pay ten individuals to sit in a room and create you know memes in support of trump. Although are these people who works shake their independently wealthy. They're philanthropists. They said hey guys can we do s philanthropists in the Ukraine. Let's get together and let's help. America get trump because we want to help the world out of the kindness of our heart it they're clearly clearly paid by someone with an agenda and the only agenda that anyone would have would be government related. That's it period. Hey here's what I found found Q- question. Are you happy with the racist President Answer No. We replaced him with President trump what wonderful Q. and A. It's just obvious that it's connected. It's so grotesque and so if you guys you know I know nobody needs my my ir n just unquenchable paranoia and fear ear and anger and disgust for facebook. Everyone's gotten it but if you want to know that the threat of fake news and Shit like this is so it's so dangerous and so real on facebook and it is so still happening that facebook book has literally. This is a fact it's news another tragic piece of news facebook has created a special division dedicated to inventing a software that can detect hacked deep fakes deep fakes are videos that use artificial intelligence to dr like existing videos in order to create fakes they go with whatever lying narrative they're trying to tell so it started in porn where you know whatever on fucking porn hub they WANNA be like sex tape with Natalie Portman and and then they've got this very realistic looking sex scene where they've put Natalie Portman face on someone and then whoever she's dated in the past on the other person they're so realistic realistic and so hard to detect and they are so dangerous to every single thing we value if you think we're in a culture war. Now I mean it's like the amount of videos that I know that the Republicans Will Dr. We didn't even need to Dr fucking album by the pussy that existed that this Kinda Oh shit will happen and so facebook knows they are everywhere on facebook everywhere and so they've now created this division to try to detect these deep fakes. They don't have the technology they don't have the software. Currently I highly doubt with their voluntary contests that they're holding because they don't WanNa put facebook who makes one hundred million dollars. A minute doesn't WANNA put two hundred million dollars into creating but God damn technology. They want to hold a contest for everyone at you know. Mit and cows you know UC Berkeley so that they don't have to pay any money. This shit won't be even ready by the end of the year much less November twenty two absolutely not nope but just lets you know how how inundated and rotted facebook is. There's no corner her of that safe no. I don't care look you puppies. You think you're looking at cute. PUPPIES TURNS OUT SWEETIE. You're looking at I love. America and Ukrainian probably fucking got that puppy puppy from a fucking kill me. Don't let cute puppies full. You know don't now it's time for so there's that yeah all right so this is the part of the show where I give Julie the job of finding something good. That's happening somewhere out there on the political landscape. She hates doing it and every week. We never know what we're GonNa get this week. She was having a hard time finding something again and against my better judgment it is suggested again which like why can't I just bug off something for her too so I'm sure this little tidbit made its rounds owns all through social media so we'll come as a surprise to no one but regardless about this is actually a story that Ma'am meow had already done on a so. There's that and that was the first time many of us had ever even heard about it at all so I'm insists that she claimed her proprietary rights over this lady and use the story again because to me mammal invented this story. Thank you so tell us tell Hellum what you're so. There's that is for this week all right well we did or I did or we did or whatever we did bring light and it was impossible. God I mean nothing thing this week however because all I wanna do is hide an instant hotel and look at Machen Janeane and they're insane unseen hotel. You know what I mean all the only thing that's shining a light however this girl now we talked about her. She's the girl from Sweden. She's sixteen. She's a climate activist and she's the one who went on the sailboat yacht and sailed for two weeks you know to show that like what we're doing to the climate and the environment and how terrible air travel is how to get off of she. She wanted to get off of Sweden and to somewhere where she could do more work with the climb on it but she couldn't get off of Sweden without a plane or a yacht so she she didn't just go on a sailboat for two weeks to show the problem with climate she went on a sailboat to sail off of Sweden to go somewhere but like that just isn't done you don't take your weeden needed to light you know England right right but she did apparently she did and then she is been giving it giving it and she's he's been giving these speeches and she's gone to the UN and she she's been she's been trying to bring reality and and exposure to the real crisis that we are under now the fact that she's sixteen she also has asperger's which will get to a little later not that it matters I however she does say to her for her own self. She has revealed that because she wants to be sort of a person who stands for being a person person with asperger's who is mental health awareness living in shame right so there's that at first of all sixteen and she she gave a speech recently that I was obsessed with and I think it sums up every single thing that's going on with the environment the problems the what we're GonNa do do what should be done and for people who are not teenagers who are not kids we forget even though we say all the time like the kids are going to have to deal with it the kids you're going to have to deal with it well. We didn't really don't care yeah good right. I liked what you said about her. Though you said because because she has asked Burgers or maybe not because of but she's obviously of of a higher intelligence operating at a higher frequency than most of us yes she's able bowl and she thinks like a scientist when she hears these facts and figures she's able to compute it really quickly and whether because of her in spite of having ass burgers she she she gets field with filled with fear because they're reality and the urgency of what we're doing to earth hits her more than us where someone's like in Twenty Twenty fifteen and we're. I don't even realize that's the past I'm like Oh my God that's weird what's next. What are we and she's like? She immediately understands not not only are we all fucked we are we all fucked. She herself is fucked because she's only at that point. She was only fifteen right. She is conveying a terror that she feels not just from feeling but because she's got the facts to back it up so what she wants us all to feel is that same terror aurore right she and her generation and the generation that will come before her is after is going to have to live in a way that she is we've only seen movies about we only watch and sci-fi we only whatever she's experiencing it in a visceral way that made me feel terrible terrible made me feel powerless made me feel at the same time thank God she exists and if generation and maybe the AOC's his bridge can bridge the gap. Maybe the Earth Santa chance but the way she she she talked about it really made me feel yes terrified fight but also hopeful and that's why I wanted to bring her back for for this segment so I wanna play some of her speech okay. This is what really got a AH. This is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen in my dreams in my childhood with your empty words yet? I'm one of the lucky ones people are suffering. People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all what are you can talk about is the money and of eternal economic growth. How Dare You love amazing movie? Yeah like we're at the beginning of a mass extinction like and we all talk about it always talk about it the green new deal where we we'll talk talk about it with brush it off to the side but her passion and her fear it's real somebody let somebody sees the fucking alien begin they get abducted and then they go back in their bed and they're like there's aliens walking around and everyone's like oh come on. You're insane the she like you said and it really really made sense to me like the motherfucker can see and feel and live in the reality of being at the beginning of a mass extinction seeing only early fifteen she recently turned sixteen and having you know eighty years left in this hell and she's only at the beginning and probably is is going to be like just at her fucking prime when the shit hits and she's like great great yeah exactly right. It's almost like she's a Prophet Prophet. Yeah yeah that can feel it and sees it or sees the future and has been walk through the fire and it's like bitch I did I took the telephone booth both to the future and it is not good and we need to fucking get it together and now and she bested in the delorean honey busted in the delorean and she's she's saying like okay fine. Yeah it'll be expensive. Yeah coal needs to stop. Yes fracking needs to stop. You're going to lose jobs. You're going to have to sacrifice or we will will die. Do you understand if we don't sacrifice now. We will die so and you know who doesn't care people like Mitch McConnell who already has some fucking a terminal disease people like bill bar like trump they don't give up and that's the other thing too and I think that is also reflected in how she feels is that they don't care and how offensive is that that someone that you're feeling like I'm being fucking stabbed tiny little knives until I'm going to to bleed to death and die and you are standing there watching it death by October kind of anything how fucking horrifying as convincing people that are older than her parents to sit and be sit in and make fun of her and just not listen and this is and Laura Ingram and all these Fox News people are making fun of her like Oh we're going to child is going to tell us what to do that okay. I guess we can't eat anymore. I guess we can't travel anymore and it's like maybe oh you can't maybe you need to figure out how to save the fucking planet for your kids or your grandkids and you're making fun of them. Like how how fucking horrifying is that and then the results is that trump tweets out this shit against her and is like he sees as the speech or whatever and by the way he was at that climate conference he stayed for fifteen minutes and he left such a fucking piece of shit and then he tweets at her while he re tweets. It's her video of this speech and he says well. This kid seems to be a happy. Go lucky little girl. She looks like a great time with a bright future. How nice to see and it's just just like wow so in her credit and to her credit she took that she made it her twitter banner which I thought was great since then taken it down but she had it up for a couple of days and she's he's just showing her sense of humor and being like fuck you trump anyway? 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Ep. #140 - Greg fills in for Kim, Calasohatchee Cowboy Josh , and Len Lemmer

"Talk radio this is beach. Talk radio all ships at sea. This is your captain. Bean gene gene following a be testing torso our cable and dth attack the longer live from peach timeout in the heart of times square. You're listening to beach. Radio with kim. And ed ryan good morning everybody and welcome to beat straw radio. This is episode number one hundred and forty coming to you. Live from fort myers beach in the state of florida. Where here on fort myers beach. You're guaranteed to get rich if you are designed consultants and we'll have more on that later. We're in the home studio at pizza timeout. Where we've been broadcasting. Live every saturday. Since august of two thousand and eighteen and of course we want to give our sponsors are lovely supporters. A shout out when we get started at every show the beginning of every show including island oils will tell more about those folks fort myers tiki tours nervous. Nellie as wave vitality state insurance. Usa son pals vacations la ola restaurant. Tuck away cafe and blue ribbon events. Please sign up for our biweekly newsletter. Every tuesday and friday comes out right before seven o'clock in the morning and you can sign up for that and beach talk. Radio news dot com. And that's everything that has to do with the news on the beach and as it no opinion in that very little opinion no opinion in that so we keep the opinion to the saturday morning. Show we're gonna have a lot of opinion today and later in the show lend lamour is gonna join us from nervous. Nellie should talk about the the bayside park situation. And what's going on there. But i to introduce our fill in co host. He's more than a fill-in he's his own. Podcast start his own right last night. He was on some national show. Now he's on some dinky little beat show craig's casn everybody. How about a big hand for greg greg. Coming appreciate an honest. It's all fun and your show is going to be much more fun than stu show. Yeah i think so for folks. that don't understand what you're on last night. Give us a quick synopsis of stu show. So there's a couple of gentleman from minnesota do a nationwide podcast called patriotically correct radio. They're they're very far right but they're good guys. They're they're they're patriots. One guys next military gentlemen stews ex. Police officer they talk about the current events. You know the stuff that's going on to covid the election all that kind of stuff so it's good to get on there for me. It's good to get on there events. get it out. I don't have to argue my wife. Just good how do you. How do you guys get all that patriotic stuff in the background. There they got the waving flags and he's got flags zoom zoom green screen behind you greensburg green screen green screen so so who won the election. It's still yet to be told right it is. I think that it's going to the courts and the courts will decide the election. It's all kidding. Aside all my politics aside. I just want a fair election. I think most people do too. I think we need to get to the bottom of the tomfoolery. that's happening. There's no reason we should have any fraud. What's not one fraudulent voting election. So we need to get to the bottom of that and if we get to the bottom of that and joe biden one. I'll accept it. Know i'm not gonna i'm not gonna be. He's not he's not my president guy but we're in for a while right brother. Sure i think we are in for a while right. I think what is interesting. Now is watching rudy. Giuliani a totally implode from being the mayor of the country. Being somebody who looks a the drudge report had him as mayor guliani is coming down his face. That's unfortunate that people that's what they focus on right so soon as i saw the hair color. I'm mike dang it you know that's what they're gonna focus on but you really focus on rudy's message and what he's trying to do and what lynnwood is trying to do. What sydney policy trying to do. They're trying to get to the bottom of the corruption and we need to let it play out. I really do and again. I know people are going to disagree with that. They're going to say. Oh you know of the media. Call the for joe biden and again in the end maybe the case but you gotta let the process run out. That's why we have processes why we have a great country gotta let due process half. Do you honestly think there was enough fraud and corruption to overturn an election. Like you have to look at you have to look at it. Not just in one case right over here. The butterfly effect right. So there's a theory that you know butterfly flaps its wings. You can cause a hurricane in florida. I don't get out much really no. I did see a turtle the other day but not a butterfly but small changes can lead to big changes right so if you can you talking you know vote margins that are twelve thousand votes thirty thousand votes. It's not a ton of votes that you have to overcome a lot. It's kind of lots not that much when you're talking to millions of votes the scales so you really. I think you have to go through. You gotta go through the process. Alright so i guess are actually. All of our guests are out there chatting. So why don't you grab our first and we'll we'll chat more about the other things after our guests. We wanna make sure they have their time. Is josh josh. Is the owner of kaluga hatschi cowboy charter boats and josh. Thanks so much for coming on man. how are you good. good The first thing i wanted to bring up. Josh is You mentioned you had four kids. Know how the hell did that happen happen. But we're to get into the aspect but no we were trying for third and we got twins. Okay gotcha that really stirred things up. How old are the twins twins or two years and a couple of months to years. Turn to eleven eleven five and then the twins are two and what boys and girls or boys all four boys hill the dental office in good man. They love it. They were thought we were going on the boat today. Is your wife like we have to keep trying to get a girl or she done now. She works at a salon so she's around a bunch of women all days. Yeah what the hell is it. Like being in a house with four other kids. That are all boys. it's gotta be. You said you want me to go get him. They're gonna tear up to place i didn't. They're all four minute ago. Now it's chaotic van. It's nonstop from six thirty in the morning until eight o'clock at night. Reza crazy so jump in and boys boys or are they all working on the boat with the two of they get home off the water. I used to have to go pick them up from daycare and we get home. That's the first thing we do back the boat in. I throw them all out there. They all hand me down the rods. They put all the covers on the puck in the extension cord and get me Give me right for the next day man. Nice so tell us about your your business. How how long ago did you start the twenty ten okay. That was my first year guiding. Why did you start a charter business. Why autism. I love the fish men. That's all we did when we were in high school. Is this fish. And then we got an opportunity. Me and my buddy. John did from another local fishing. Guide doesn't do it anymore. And he was like dude. We're running doubles every single day. And i'm turning away or five other trips today. So he kinda got us going and just start rolling from there man. That was the question. I had so compared to like. Go on the keys in charter. Once in a while right. So how's the charter. Business here versus it's different. It's a different market because they have so much like this flexibility down they got the gulf and atlantic like every sport. Fisherman's dream fish. Two cats like it's all there. I we have a very specific market here for tarpon. Snook redfish trout. Like that's predominantly what we do. And that's what everybody catch. Oh yeah there is a best tarpon. I've caught a lot of different things in tarpon is definitely the baddest thing that swims the sees but in offshore like. We don't have all the good pelagics. I mean we'd have some but it's not like you can just right out there and catch selfish or you know you. You hear a couple of stories of freak selfish. Come here and there but what's up. Alagic black is like a free roaming fish. Sailfish dolphin King macro all by itself is though you mean no. They're just say rome. They're not sitting migratory fish. They're just a nomad. They're constantly running up and down the coast. Gotcha all invade schools and stuff. We'll bring him along with by the way there's no there's no touching that when my wife. What's the biggest fish you've ever you've ever caught like they'd be allies grouper. I've caught a couple of them and that four hundred five hundred pound range. How long does it take to to real in a four hundred five hundred to long. They're like the most intense battle for a very short period of time. It's like up a truck and just running down for five minutes ten minutes. I mean how how the line has to be what kind of those guys is. Handwritten hoenlein a rope and a steel. So they can't break off. They'll just hire rope too. Big fish one b. one came hunger one v one. Yeah i wanted to do so. How long will of four hundred five hundred pound group. You throw it back in protected species okay harvest. So how big do they grow. Some people say they've seen him as big as volkswagens the punch buggy vehicle will. They're under thousand pound. Aren't they just in the way out there. Then i mean. Isn't there a certain. Isn't there a certain. Like how do they get they. Just so what are they. Just die of old age. I don't know man or couldn't answer that all right. So how many times eighty it depends what time of year it is lately. It's been yours from two to five. In the springtime though like march april may and june. I'm pretty much every day. Daylight dark. wait you said two to five two two two five trips a week or a week. Okay now it's been it's like sporadic. You'll have a leak where you official must every day. Then you'll have the next week you'll run one or two and then you get busy again. Take up to six. People are act. What does it cost. It depends a base for our trip or fifty. One two three guys. That's pretty standard across the board. You're looking at over. Five hundred bucks is that includes in the food like stop at halftime so older take a nap on my really long trips. Like one of my tarpon season because it's really hot out and if people book full days eight ten twelve hours. I strongly recommend you going to take a lunch. Break is so dang hot. What about a bathroom ever bathroom Kind of okay. Got the ocean. But i got a big live. Well that's like waist high and it's fifty gallons. I tell people it's the toilet. I just have the ladies mostly. They saw they do it now and they love it. They say it's a great number one number two had those that scares away. The fish i heard. So how'd you get the boat. How much the boat run you. While i bought this boat five years ago off craigslist and rebuilt. It was a commercial crab boat up in annamaria gutted. The whole thing built it. How i wanted it to tarpon fish out of so how got i think i probably put close to seventy in seventy five in grand or hundred. Seventy five thousand wow. Where'd you come up with that. Greenback your money. So will your fishing before that. Yeah yeah five. Years ago. So i was fishing five years up to that on my last boat that i've fished on do since ninety six since i was a kid. Do you have to have like a license to take people out or is it regulated in any way. How does that you have to have What's called a six pack. Oh up which is from the coast guard back qualifies you to run charters for higher. What's the thing that's ever happened to you out there. In the water. Somebody ever fall overboard. Or i've had people fall overboard had a because they're dumb blonde dumb drunk out of that half and tell us that story we were Fishing for redfish. And i saw school redfish. And we were like kinda joan fast and kind of windy at our back. And i was like hold on. This anchors gonna stick. These guys went golfing all day under my canadian. Good meeting yes. There was a call to finish. They don't drink when their golf no they. Don't they start drinking literally when they wake up all day. But they're like one of my favorite people i have and they're just pissed drunk and the anchor stuck. Dude what do you mean it stuck it. Stuck in the bottom deitz grab and do they all right off the bow all of them. So what's the first thing you do. Shut the engine. Also the motor school aficionados. If you get that on video because it's gotta be the funniest before all remember technology. Oh yeah they talk about it. So debbie wants to know the you have a website. I do kalisa hatschi cowboy dot com awesome mouthful. Nice that's great talking about that before how How did you come up with that. We're fishing on night. And my buddy. John and i in the river tarpon fishing and we had one jump in the boat and advance jumped in the boat at least in the boat. And it's like literally like through my legs. And i was like riding it like a bull for a period of time. Is that before you had. Kids are kitted cancer or damage. The good thing does your thing like a bull and then he called me that allows like you just name a charter company on so very nice. That's how it that's where it came from greg. it's been really good lately Lots of action off the beaches Before this last front there's lots harpen saw around. There's tons of big king. Fish out there in bananas and big big sharks and it's like right off the beach everywhere. So what what advice would you give to local fishermen who wanna learn how to fish around here so other than coming and taking charge with a good idea. That's like we're it's no but that's what's kind of you know you have people that move down here and they want to get votes. They wanna learn how to fish. But it's like it's a double edged sword. You wanna make money. But you don't want to take them to all your good stuff and teach them everything you know so you kind of you know. Take them and show them tidbits like the basics how to do it what to look for and just let them go explore themselves. That's how you learn how to fish is right while and error just going and spending hours and hours and hours out there doing so. Do you have your spots. Numbers would you. Hey are you going to fishing. Look into where. I personally liked the site fish. I love fishing stuff. And what does that mean. Fish like you literally see the fish your eyes and like you have x ray vision through the water and that's where your glasses come in your smith optics are costa del mar. Help you see in penetrate. The water can see a lot of fish. Jump out of the water like when they're eating. They fly out of the water. Marie jumping we call it and that's a lot of times. He finds the birds birds. Low like birds love bait fish bait or he find big bird parties. Usually there's something going on the so. Why are you prejudice against bananas. Bananas side of amazon matt log. Anybody that i've taken out if you bring it but sometimes it's debunked but ninety nine percent of the time. When the banana comes out is game over. We don't get nothing the rest of the time people believe in it. Some people don't. But i think that pursue any bananas bananas nova is bad. Juju so what what are using for bake. It depends on what we're doing predominantly we use shiners low pilchards. You see them all up and down the beaches. There are anywhere from three to five six inches. They're usually the most readily available. And that's what we usually use out here. Lately i loaded. Do you think that The fishing is so good now for any particular reason like young men like okay you know back in eighteen headed retired and killed. Everything wiped out some pretty good. It's amazing how it's kind of This year i mean they literally just started releasing not too long ago In the fishery at all or it's hit and miss man like there's it it does but it doesn't sometimes like because it's so good right now you know what i mean but they started releasing the water. It's visually appealing was not appealing. What do you mean like looking at it. It's not appealing because of released. Everyone wants to come down and see beautiful water. It's i don't let me down here has ever really been beautiful. Yeah in the spring. It's really nice it is. It's been like a robot beautiful. Now that's used to be and i don't really like using that word and the summertime here the does get it especially island it gets. The water is very clear. It's very blue Yeah if you just south island going all laura yeah it's awesome grand it's ko kosta. It's unbelievable but the river right here right here. So how much how much you make a year doing this man. I really don't know million dollars million. That wouldn't be doing it enough to survive man nice why he got four kids so i mean how the hell are you to put four voice. College they play sports yet or berries. Those brains in sport gets to make i got it becomes work if you're english aren't up to par so so it's qaluza hatschi cowboy com and it's up to six people of the six. You go out wandering mars ideal going out every day now. 'cause it's so fishing is crazy now. So do you go to the same spot because you know whether fisher it depends it just depends on what people wanna do. You know if we do offshore stuff. Wherever's did not gonna go fish the short spots and we go in. We go fish since your stuff. No bobbers you barbara. Allah bobbers hours a great way to fish. Titans no no coast fish before nine. Our customers happening s a lot of work to yet is offshore. I only go out nine miles. I don't have the the federal reports which allows me to go outside of nine. Federal waters the so nine miles out as far as anyone can take you out on a charter unless they have federal re permits. If you get the guy that's like oh yeah we can go out there and make sure your fishing license. That's technically the person doesn't know that kind of stuff. How do you know if you get somebody. That's just pulling their out of their garage. Take out on a don't you really don't. Is there like a little times. You can tell by prices in boat and gear and stuff like major. We've last time. Kim and julia and i went out the guy his broke down somewhere. So i've been there. I've had people you know is nothing you can do about. It is not cheap. That's why i'm a member tell tokyo. Us and ends for bus. Stop and other thousand exactly. That's i had a hammer down. Vote and it still cost an arm and a leg ridiculous. Some people should be worth that to go out with someone. Who's not a licensed charter captain. Going if you're gonna go out thirty or forty miles. It's no joke. I mean we are out there. I mean i'm sick by the twentieth mile or twentieth minute. So builds pump one hundred and fifty dollars. I just ordered one builds pump. Guests audiobooks crazy. You need it. Yep hundred you spent so how many fish like was the biggest catch like you took a group of golfers not drunk offers. You took a bunch of people out in the number of fish. You just couldn't stop catching them all. I've i've had days gone tarpon fishing and you know we've gotten him behind the boat and you know you hook twenty four of them in like a three hour period twenty four tarp and those things are one hundred two hundred pounds. Yeah i wouldn't have been one or two of those right now. Some people gotta get strapped in the chair the whole thing. What's so cool about carbon is. They're so big and so bad that you'd think you need all that stuff like you would marlin but you don't at the light light tackle fish. It's the biggest light tackle as you can get in my opinion but but no bring him in the boat right. No you're you're legally supposedly you're not supposed to be able to take him out of the water is just seems crazy like are you allowed to keep any fish you can keep snappers triple tail mackerels by bottom fish groupers cobra. You can't keep our snook redfish child. There's not enough not enough around. Okay you're here. there's plenty to catch. There's just not enough to sustain the amount of fishing guides in recreational anglers in our area now to take or harvest one per person per day. It'll just it'll be gone in a couple year decimated in two thousand eighteen the whole stock. They're all grown up man. There's a lot of nice little snug from thirty three inches. That's the vast majority of fish catch our stat size. So who knows. How do you keep track of how many fisher out. I mean you just made it sound like how the hell does anybody this from fishing. The only thing. I can go on base off when i started fishing. What i've seen throughout the course of the years and just their spots where you should go to and it should be slapped full of big snuck and you go there and you you the they're not even there you don't see one and there's there's a few places that hold them you know that are still around that so hold him really good and it should be like that at a lot more areas in. It's not so just between us there. Any a boating people out there that people should avoid like any charter guys out there. That are trying to to get ripped off right there. But i can't names out there. I'm not doing that. I'm not that kind of guy. But i do like i said you can usually tell by boats and prices and gear tell by the boats like if they have a bayliner that hurricane deck. That's what i wonder. Why the hell do you guys to go out and hang out and party and stuff. I'm not going on your calendar. Just like i said it's usually prices year. And so what do you mean. If it's less expensive you get what you pay for. Charge four fifty anything below four fifty. Th they're going out with four hundred bucks four hundred bucks like you might be running out there with not the best year. They probably won't have bait for your if they do. It's probably just shrimp and most wrong. Big game fish eat shrimp but more times than not like you're going to get a little catfish snappers and stuff like that. But snapper was the first fish ever caught off the dock on long island with a bobber. And i think there was a shiner. Smart shiner snapper. you caught. But i don't think it's appropriate family. Show cut it out so well. Yeah that's normally telltale sign man every like dude. I see a lot of guys that talking about. They catch fish though too. So i it just it really ways you what you can afford. And so how far already booked. I got guys book and tarpon already for next season am off the next few days. You next week's looking pretty good so off the next few days because it's the thanksgiving that's the thing that this business you'd never know when you're gonna have a job man. That's the downside of yeah. How much food you have to buy. Two four kids thanksgiving stop. Police say my average costco. Bill is anywhere from four to five hundred bucks in public and spend another one fifty two fifty. Where do you buy the diapers cosco costco. Bang for your buck. Knows their price off the shelf to get desperately ran the whole covert thing. It's a bunch of baloney for sure without a doubt it's virus it's out there but it's not as bad as you think it is. I don't think told me that. I had my whole april and may last year got wiped out man. Yeah from like april nine. Select the twenty ninth. I had literally a six hour carpenter everyday and then same through mates like the twentieth. What do i mean. You're like a man i can't do. It was really nice. Okay i got to spend a lot of time with my family during a time of year. Where i don't ever see him and i was able to catch up with some old friends and take them out fishing. I take my boys friends out fishing and you know it was pretty cool honestly wasn't bad. So how old are you. I'm thirty two thirty two with four kids. Yes man has crazy for boys for you man. Good business good. That's great man. We you the best and so tell everybody to viewers. How how they can get in touch with you can find you and can you can always texting. Call me on my phone number three nine six to eight to nine nine zero or visit my website. I always have everybody. Go on my webpage and make reservations. And that's colucci hatschi cowboy dot com. That keeps me organize and keith my counter up today it's all online there at today's not available. That means is book and you have. You have a lot of pictures on your website asks. My instagram is linked to my webpage. And then on google. Do i post a lotta pictures on those things. I don't get to do it as frequent as i'd like to just because it's hard to get on the phone with all these but I try to do. I try to get a pitcher up every couple of days. What what's instagram. That's some social media platform. That kids are wrong. But i mean i tried to post like all my a lot of people post like little dinky fishing stuff on there. I'm for big stuff. So so how someone book you out as. They can't call you on the we talked about this earlier. You can't call. I want to go out around the moment. No i would recommend like if you know. You're coming down here a certain week next year this month next month like a book as soon as you know because it's way we can hang up and get filled up right away. You know what i mean. It's just if you're planning a better. It's better to plan and book ahead of time. Did you say you've been doing this since two thousand i started guiding twenty ten. But i've been fishing out here since ninety six so you started guiding which. I don't even know what that means. What is guiding me guiding means doing it for a chartering people just showing them around the no. I tried to teach you some people. You can't teach who's thousand on thousand and ten is ten years ago so that eleven about eleven seasons twenty two you started. We were allowed. Is that old enough to drive. A boat canny too. I mean that's crazy. We'll tell you man that's great. That's great do you want to retire today today. We got the kids on the beach. And we're hanging out today. Four kids while to try to work out not fish the weekends. I'm thinking about doing the next year taking weeks off. Just because there's so many people out there now boats fish and it's so busy and to spend time with the family or do you leave where you where you were you. Also it's pretty central. Location for fort myers beach benita naples. Even all four myers cape coral. It's pretty owner. Says that like it's right here by the santo bridges. Right by the tollbooth bridge to go onto santa belka and that's really central area. You have access to the gulf immediately as soon as you go to the left under the bridge the right there and you can go to the cerro bay if you want the rivers right there. Pine island sound like it's all really central awesome. One more time. Tell everybody how to reach you. You can reach me texting me. Call me at two three nine. Six to eight to nine nine zero. That's my cell. Or you can go on my webpage. It's kalisa hatschi cowboy dot com instagram occlusive facebook to loose she cowboy charters. Thanks for coming on jonathan. Thanks for having me guys off on all right. Josh is the collusive hatschi cowboy in check them out online and book a tour with them or or whatever they're called fishing charter with. Oh sorry. i'm not a fisherman. So thanks a lot josh for coming on before we get to our next guest i wanna tell you real quick about island oils. You guys know they've been with us for a long time and we want you to if you're going out on a charter if you're going out in the backyard or if you're going out on the beach or if you're coming down here. Peach timeout a late at night to watch the music on maybe friday night when they have the sunset celebration you need to keep the bugs off and it's island oils. Llc dot com. also don't it don't it. That's a great website and talk to laura here on the beach right here in florida. They'll take care of you. Repelling the bugs mosquitoes. All that stuff and it smells delicious. It smells like you know that plugging stuff that you put in your house when the dog spends a little bit too much time in your house you can plug the plug in antarctica. Just spray the dog with the The oils llc and everybody will smell pleasant and the bugs will stay away. Island oils llc dot com. If you need bugs break it on there right now please and place an order and we appreciate those guys being a sponsor right now. Our second guest is len. Limor len how in the world are you doing man. i'm great. how are you guys for anybody. That doesn't know which. I doubt it's anybody lend owns the Nervous nellie he's right up the street but also People may not know that you also own a restaurant in fort myers. Yes i own cantina laredo. Over at bell. Tower shops in fort myers and cantina laredo. How long have you own that fifteenyears mexican. yes right the best in. yeah yeah. Yeah we've been there many times. Have you been there awesome. And so you purchase nervous. Nellie i think three to four two thousand fourteen. We bought it and have been loved the butte side ever since the location. I mean you can't beat that location right there at the truth. Absolutely what made you decide. You want it to have a location Or restaurant on the beach actually some of the the x owner of of Nervous contacted me and asked if we would be interested in. And i had never in my career come out to the beach at all and we did a little investigation. We really liked the the restaurant. Love the site so after a little back and forth we came to a deal and isn't the first restaurant you see when you come over the bridge bridging three stories restore he's also about Well actually it's We have a total of almost six hundred seats About three hundred inside the three hundred outside got dining rooms downstairs and a big patio downstairs. We've got a big full bar upstairs. Dining room upstairs Or we do a lot of parties and they Great patio outside On our second story which probably has the best views on the water on the entire on the entire peach and people can come up on their boats. And we've got Dockage available On the weekends Now we have somebody tending the docks to help people get Get there get off their boats During season we'll have somebody there seven days a week. Now this the town have maters there at your doff where they have to put in like you do on the street or help. It's it's free dockage for people that come to dine at nervous now. Nice then you have. How many how. Many slips are Actually i think we can probably accommodate ten to twelve votes heard anyone. I'm are you noticing. More people coming down for season we are actually very happy with what we've seen so far You know we are back to levels of sales that we saw in two thousand and nineteen. So we're pretty pretty please. Things are heard cool. Good to hear good to hear. So what do you think about bayside park. Well let's let i damn research nurse. Nellie is obviously located right next to the bayside park. And that's been a big issue That's been going on here in the town. Few months ago. The proposal that the town was looking at was a forty foot building that included The morning field plan services which would have been restrooms and a washer and dryer. It also included a a top. A top patio. Could there is a viewing stage and there are some offices and some some other things but what had happened was the proposal was maybe more in the center of where it wound up closer to your building because something was wrong with the water issue. Was that a lot of the utilities run through underneath the car. Because of the way of the utilities were situated they had to move the proposed building within four feet of nervous nowadays. And of course you know it. It would have very effectively blocked a lot of our dining seats and we obviously didn't like that and so we basically said well. We're not in favor of this Number one because it was thought that the building i mean there are very few spots That allow the public of full unobstructed view of the back. Bay and bayside park is one of those and if a building have been built there it would have spoiled the view of the water for everybody that came down so i mean it was a combination of both our own personal interest. Obviously and the thought that. Hey you know this probably is not the best answer for the community before he'd ever go too far ahead. It wasn't just land and nervous. Nellie opposed to it. What had happened was it created somehow grew into a forty foot building. That wasn't the original plan. The original plan was something smaller and it grew into a forty foot building. And the people down there. A lot of the people down there that businesses and residents saw that at the last minute and they were they were like. Where did this come from. So it wasn't like just so everybody knows it wasn't just like the folks at nervous. Nellie were saying. They don't want to next their business. A lot of people went to the council said this. This has gotten out of control your blocking the view. We'll what's this all about so just while at the end of the day to the to the credit of the town council. They saw the that first of all. It probably was not the best answer. So yeah i'm sure that they You know what what people were telling them came into Was was part of their decision making but they made the right decision. And they said yeah. I guess it's just doesn't make sense. And they scrapped the idea so We're kind of back to square one now and casting around for ideas and i thought well you know i want to kind of be involved in it because it directly affects me and so i've been you know. Don't jump ahead yet. hold on a second. Hold on a sec. Okay what i want to show people is what what this what this buildings there. If you're watching on facebook or youtube you can now see what the what that building was proposed to be. And that's obviously that that building right. There totally is nearly an attachment to your restaurant. Yeah i mean that that's a fair enough characterization guest but at the end of the day they you know. They've felt that they had because of the way that utilities were signed up. That's what they had to had to do. But you know that you know. I continue to come back to the fact that the park is such a great resource for the community. We really need to be very careful about what we propose what we build. Because you know the reality with the building is once the building. Was there someone there forever. did they ask for you. I rendering have. I know that that went away but they come to you. And say hey. We're looking to do this. We would like your input as business owner like you know and and to be honest. No they did not. But i don't believe that that's the way governments operate anyway. They say we're gonna have a meeting about this. And and if you know for whatever reason you know if you don't show up if you don't play you know or don't are just bait you don't plight so nervous. Nowadays is such a staple on the island. Right there again. It's like you said it's the first building you see when you come over the bridge. It's here they should want to involve the business owners in my opinion as much as possible to make sure that it's cohesive with what you guys are planning on doing and what the town needs now. I get that. But like i said you know my my purpose of being here is not looking bashing but it is not criticize. A my my whole purpose is to say. Hey let's come together. Let's take get the best ideas we can and then move forward okay so then. Let's let your organizing group talk about the group that you're trying to organize so you go ahead while we've you know one of the one of the other groups of people that were very opposed to the building. Were a lot of the resolute resonance over at the harbor house. I mean they looked at the fact that their water view would've been completely obliterated so you know they very quickly jumped on board. The the ownership and residents at marina village jumped on or the the Guys that that owned stock arbor restaurant. They jumped on board. So we have an operating group of you know maybe ten to twelve people right now that that to give some input into what the park ultimately becomes and to submit those ideas to the town you know and to see if we can come to some some kind of an understanding and you have had somebody do some drawings for you also have those to show so you want to talk about those. When i helped him up. I got a had a fellow do kind of like a a rendering of you. Know some of our ideas and We wanted to put them together. Basically what it shows is greenspace some some sale like devices to to to Create some shade. A tile area in the centre with perhaps a splash on the ability. One of the things that we really wanted to concentrate on was making the the Park space as versatile as we could. So we We thought about putting a stage that you could put up wi- and takedown bleachers. That you could put up and take down. I think it's it's one of those an attempt to accommodate as many different kinds of events in the park as we possibly. Can i think a big part of the change that you had let me show you what. They're what they're looking at now. And this is what. The town's latest proposal is that that also may not be going anywhere because it was kind of deemed underwhelming by the council itself when they saw is that that's a permanent stage and that's that's not what you really want to have their in the bottom line is this as it stands right now and i can speak knowledgeably about that. Because we're the ones that are responsible for the music out there. We have music out there during the songwriters festival for two days. And we have music out there during our saint patrick's day festival. That's one day so three days a year. We have music there. Does it really make sense to have a stage out there. Three hundred sixty five days blocking the view who blocking the view. Or you know one of the things that we noticed. Was that when when we had our stage we didn't have it under undercover for almost a year and we ended up having to replace a lot of it. I mean that's another thing when it sets out in the rain and the sun they don't last very long right so now we have it set up in a storage building that we own so then at least it's not breaking down it's not riding etc and the same thing would happen with any stays that they would leave out three sixty five. It's just not going to last very long. Well then the thing that. I was a little Confused about was times square is getting redone. They're going to have a stage They were putting a stage down there talking about putting stage at bay oaks. You guys live music. Everyone has live music. So i didn't. I didn't quite understand why you would need another stage. That's it's basically three hundred yards away from times square. We've got a stage right now. I mean we could continue to use the stage that that nervous. Nellie says so. There's another picture that i want to show everybody. That really looks cool. Now tell us about your light your lighting idea here and i will send you a link so that you can show up you know. Part of our deal is any long term answer to creation of of what we want it. Bayside are asked to also be an attraction for people during the day and at night and one of the things that we thought would have been very cool was to have a very up. Some cool lighting so we looked at A source where you looked and yes that was That's how park up in tampa They also have a splash pond. There's some That they really very effectively light. I thought having nighttime light features there would be a very cool. it's totally well so's hysteria boulevard. But it's it's kinda. It's kind of dark down there. Well annette. i think thank you leads me into something else. One of the one of the things that that we thought would be. A definite improvement is upgrading. The the street lighting as you come down san carlos because it gets i mean if you stand at At the yucatan and look toward the park. It looks quite dr for sure you know and we want everybody to feel safe walking up and down the street so i think some upgrades to the street lighting along San carlos would be an outstanding idea. And you probably don't have to worry about turtles as much down there. Although i don't know for sure well. I think you know. And i understand why they. They dim the lighting the street lighting for turtles. But obviously that is not an issue for us as you come down as you come down san carlos four at the back bay so but anyway i think you know obviously we want to make the appearance. Be as safe as we possibly can for tourists and locals alike so we don't want to give anybody the feeling that that at somehow not safe walking downs san carlos toward the back. So i mean that's kind of where we're at You know we're looking at trying to present a plan number one. That preserves the water view and number two gives gives people a reason to walk to the back bay day or night. Another idea and i don't know if you were coming to this or not but as it's presently there's no walking peer in front of the park area and there's a walking in front of marina vela genders and walking fear in front of nervous. Now he's a. What would be wrong with connecting both of those walking fears and light it so people can walk along the bayside day or night and they and that seems like a great investment that everybody would enjoy. the people. Love people love doing that. I mean there are a lot of you know. There's a lot of potential at bayside part. You know we just have to think carefully and and you know the other thing that we were thinking and you remember when you Had your original conversation on your facebook page. Everybody was still very interested. You know they said well. Why don't what happened to the to the phone in all there are a lot of people like the phone and we did as well. I was actually taught to a guy who designs fountains and he was saying you know. Hey you know you've got already have the infrastructure for a fountain there. Why don't you try to reuse some of the existing infrastructure to build yourself a new fountain. I'd ask you the same question. You a on your drawing. Which i think the found school but we seem to have a problem maintaining a fountain for some reason the biggest concern. I hear from people that i ask about. That is the maintenance of it doesn't seem like other communities. Have that much of a problem with the maintenances and it's again one of these things. The just happens the doug for the pump is said about four to six feet away from the seawall the seawall leaks so water gets down on the pump and ruins the pump so the town own decided well sticking you know as long as a seawall leaks. The pump is going to fail. But the answer. I think is is replacing. The seawall is what they're doing now while the what they're doing over at snug harbor and if they replaced the seawall in made that area in that pit area dry then they could replace the pomp and like i said the the the plumbing is already there right to go up into the end of the phone. You know my deal isn't i don't wanna see the town spend one penny more than they absolutely have to. I'm attacks taxpayer. I don't wanna see tax dollars wasted. So if there's a way to reclaim what we already have. I think that's the way to roll now. There are other people that were talking about. Having a youth splash park and to me. That's a discussion worth having. I don't have a problem with that Another idea that's been cast around. Is something for veterans right and You know a thought that i had occurred to me was perhaps a fountain with a veteran theme. I mean there's a lot of lot of lot of good ideas floating around out there and i would. I would recommend to anybody listening that you know if you have ideas come on ed's facebook page will certainly get a hold of my monitor that pretty regularly and our group does as well. So you know if you've got ideas post them and he seems like a lot of the ideas that you're talking about or i don't know for sure but they don't seem like they're that a complicated compared to what it what it had started out as i mean to me. The first thing that needs to be done as that ugly gazebo needs to be taken down. I know it will confuse some of the homeless people letter sleeping there. But it's kind of blocking the view with that with that with shelter shade. I mean i will give it that but there are other ways to create shade. I mean they're benches there. The people said on and under a little bit of shade so it does have some utility. It seems to me. But you're right. I mean it does block the view of the water and add something that we want a small space. And i don't mean to to monopolize time on my show by the way it just seems like it can almost be a grassy area with somehow with some shade because people would just love to go down there and sit there and here maybe your music playing or they got music. Planet snug harbor and there are public bathrooms. They're just so people know the right across the street from snug harbor kitchen. There is public bathrooms anybody anytime. Public bathrooms air. And and we've never at nervous. Nellie turn anybody down. They wanted to use the restroom. We we have no problem with that. I think it's like like you said it's important to get everybody's feedback. I think people understand that. You're not gonna have you're not gonna be everything everybody wants but if you can come to enough consensus ago you wanna park area people who go see the bay because like you said there's not a whole lot of places on though see the bay again unless trails back bay oaks and places like that but that's a really great place it's right down downtown ish right that you can go back and enjoy the back bay. Watch the boats go back and forth. There's a great you can definitely get people's ideas together the great idea instead of putting the monstrosity wanted to so. I think getting ideas together with multiple people's great idea. Well you know and and it's not going to be too very long before the christmas boat parade happens and you will have between five hundred thousand people in that area watching the boats go back and forth. I mean that's i mean we. We made christmas cookies. And we distribute christmas cookies hot cocoa out there for people that come there. You know i mean we have. You're going to have to come in and use the bar man so you know it's it's one of the things that you know. That kind of struck me. Was you know we wanted to try and make it as flexible as as we possibly can at one time we had it on our mind. That m maybe. We'll do this in years to come. And that is to have a a celebration down there for christmas where we would allow people to come and set up little tents and sell christmas crafts and things like that. Well obviously if you have a great big building there that kind of goes by the love doing now Another idea that we had a nervous now as was we were going to do a movie night and set up movie screen out there and once a month. Have a movie out there. I mean you know again. It just speaks to making that park areas. Flexible as you possibly. Can i really like glenn. Is that you. We all found out at the same time that the building was going to be built and the community got involved than they stopped it and you organized a group. It's not like you or these people. Were just complaining about something. They did it to complain. Now there's a group that has ideas so you're meeting next. You're going to try and meet next week. I know that right can talk about that. Meet edmund on monday at two o'clock nervous now he's gonna get some people air and throw around. Is you throw some ideas around. I mean this is the way democracy is supposed to work right right right. And so how receptive has the council been or whoever. You have to work with like okay. We're gonna we want somebody from the council there the town there so you can be part of this. We want an honest. I just kind of was put on notice by members of the group that they wanted to get together. So i really haven't had an opportunity to reach out to the council but i've been in with all of them. They're all really positive Some of the ideas that we have and we understand that we're not gonna be able to have one hundred percent of what we're asking and and we understand that we understand that but obviously you know the more thought. The more planning that goes into the better. So what do you want. What do you want people in the community to do. I think like. I said i think At if they go to your facebook page and shoot any of their ideas. You know we'll we'll certainly Will certainly give them some consideration. I remember within the last forty eight hours. Somebody put something on your on your facebook page about wanting dockage there for boats and i thought well you know our our concern obviously is can people still access the docks at snug harbor and nervous now. He's another doctors there. I don't know the answer to that question. But you know certain idea worth looking into absolutely so you know anybody. That's got an idea you know either. Come to nervous now. As on tuesday or or like i said i think probably the best way to you know because we've got a lot of i mean. We have nervous now as as a facebook page. We have a lot of people on it but most of our people are some of them are local but most of them are coming down to visit her. So you know probably more community oriented of to access ideas off off your face greater. We'll leave the pictures up there and it's been getting a lot of positive response the pictures that you put up there so we'll re post them and and include the interview and anything that we can do to help. We appreciate you coming on time again. Tuesday two pm in the nervous. Nellie all right thanks so much. Appreciate it very much and we'll see you soon. I don't know what the proper protocol so men member everybody from nervous. Nellie please stop by nervous. Nellie stewart when you get a chance it's an awesome location we were hanging out down there For for a little while a few weeks ago in a couple of our friends just popped up on their boat. That patio out there. Just a nice threes coming through and it was really super nice. Food is great. So here's you're going to be your Your opportunity to read. You're gonna you're gonna add. Let the egg. The because there's there's music playing in the background. Are you ready for me. Fort myer already one of the bathroom. I'll do it. I'll do the ads. Okay fort myers tiki. Tours is over for business. And they are featuring social distancing cruises. The bad thing is. I don't have my glasses on. It's hard to put it out here so private boat from people for one hundred and nine hundred ninety nine for six people. 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Am i gonna have to give a refund for that. Ed or how to go. But i'm kind of conceded that way. No all right all right so that was great to have lent on and have josh on from the clues. Mahachi cowboy super Super good guests today and you did an awesome job extra come in and what is it that you want to. I know you wanted to talk about a couple of things. So things i wanna do. I i gotta give a shot. The two people who since my time on the island had been just awesome to the kids on the island. Patrick and shannon orland dini day coach both little league and soccer. They do so much for the young island kids here. I have a seven year old has been involved in little league. Those two are just selfless all the time. They a coach and you coaching youth. Sports when you're trying to coach little kids and soccer. I mean it is. I didn't coaching. I started a flag football league from scratch and we grow it into five six hundred kids over years and years and found out from doing that. that the worst part of that is nothing to do with the kids. It's the parent absolutely harris. Thank that every every child they have is going to be in the nfl. Just how hard you know for me as a parent. I want my son to do things not yell at him. All that fun stuff but there they do so much for these island kids. I can't thank them enough. And i don't think he will get a forum and so i'm lucky enough that you shannon shannon does so much with the sports. Yeah oh they don't up but she's still there. We have last soccer game today. They're still they're just doing it every day so i really appreciate what they do and i think people don't realize that there are a lot of fulltime residents here that have kids. I mean. sometimes the council doesn't think there's a lot of families here but there are a lot of families here And what they do for the kids. It's just unbelievable. And what else did you had something else going to touch out. Probably touch on. You know the stuff that's been going on with our town manager. Go right ahead and some of the issues around oaks. I have issues with some things are happening. Start with bay okay. Let's start with the first. Obviously the construction of the nubiotix with. I'm sure. Watch the barack meeting or arab or cap you. These people are volunteers. Working on the divorce cavs so for people that don't know the board cab. Committee is a group that really has been focusing on The redevelopment of bay oaks and that they've been working on it for two or three years and betty simpson. Who is an amazing person as the chairperson and it includes karen woodson and and And lee mel check and some other barbara that They're just it's a great group of people and they just felt like volunteers and they're all volunteers and they had been working on something that they come up with because they were given the direction too big which. There's nothing wrong with that statement right you need to pick but then you need to be realistic and communicate. So i think the word that they use. I can agree with transparency riot so you got to be transparent with those. I think that by coming out with this whole new design and not including them was kind of a slap in the face And you're going to disenfranchise those people who are giving their time for a long time to help make mba. Oaks is a treasure on this island. I mean people don't realize your resident. It's very inexpensive to join bay. Oh yeah they do a ton of stuff for the kids. I mean they have. It's it's just a great facility and when it gets rebuilt it's gonna be great as well but you gotta let the if you're not going to involve the people who put in so much time and effort and just totally cut him out the process. Here's here's here's what i thought. Okay you tell them to think big they thought big. They thought fifteen to twenty million project. It was going to be that big. It was going to be a couple of buildings maybe a few phases maybe astroturf field. I mean run your thinking big me and then you cut you cut back if you can't afford that. I think where the disconnect was and kim. And i we're talking about this. The other night is find out. The budget is five point. Five million dollars unique to tell them that it's five point five you don't need to you. Don't just say okay. We made them think big. They came back with this beautiful facility. And then all of a sudden you just take it upon yourself to cut it down to fit into the budget and you don't even tell them. I mean that that was. That was the part where i think it got completely off the were in that. I don't remember who brought it up. But she was one hundred percent correct. If that's going to be the case then let them know that. Allow them to fundraise to come up with creative solutions for that instead of just saying okay. We're just gonna slash all that stuff. Here's what's going to be the kind of a again non-transparent. Not letting people do the things that they can do. People are talented. If you give people the the ability the leeway to go out and make decisions and raise money and do that we can have a better facility and it won't cost taxpayers more. Here's the thing that I'm confused about you. Had we have this designed. Drp guy is probably the way his ass to the bank because this is now two out of the three projects where he's put all these designs together at the direction of the town manager and they're and they're basically been shot committee out of money. Yeah it's it's. I'm trying to figure out the invoices myself. But it's clearly over one hundred thousand dollars. It looks like it's at least over that much now. I didn't wanna bring it up with len here. Because i i don't want to get him entangled in the and the other thing but the same thing happened at the bayside park they come up with these dry this gigantic project and then it's basically scrapped so my question to you is you had this bay. She had this side now. It didn't really happen here at times square. Because john said hey we don't feel like we're involved now that's three hundred three projects what they call the meeting and they got together before it seems like things were like. They're they're talking about putting sales up over here. That blocks the view to the to the industry biggest. I mean how do you come up with an idea where you you have a beautiful beach and then you want to construct something to block the view. That's two projects that blocked views. How do you mean how do you get a two hundred thousand dollar job. And that's okay. Well and i think he has a history of doing this too. So i'm going to go off a little personal tie to. He did the same thing with the kids. That really got my board right. So there's you know the governor open the state they're usually allow sixty kids at bay oaks so and it's not just all island. Kids are people who work on the island that they allowed to go to bail after school programs as well because they work on the island right salim to have a place for the kids and counselors. There often leadership. They're awesome and even though the governor said. Hey we're up one hundred percent go to restaurant. They limited to sixteen kids. I mean so. Who do you pick right so now. It's first come first. Serve deal and you know i met. My son was going there. And then midway through the counselors are very good about keeping the kids socially distant when they're inside the when they're outside the run around. Be a maniacs kid should but now i said when they're inside even though they keep apart they wanna put masking the kids at all and arbitrary decisions that he makes well the blue. It wasn't medication while it. You may think it's arbitrary but the reason i think it came to that was because the mayor said do your job but now if the mayor if the mayor needs to tell the town managed to do his job this anybody am i the only one that sees that something has gone wrong here. He's definitely overwhelmed or just doesn't have the skills and i'm not trying to be superman but doesn't have the skills to deal with to happen here. I a lot of moving parts a lot of projects going on right now right again too. So if you're getting struck out you know you're over three on the projects you're doing and then you're going to pick on. The kids just made. It really bugs me. But i think there's a reason why he had to leave. Marco island google that everybody google marco island but the on the flip side is and i've talked about this a lot if you watch a county board meeting and you see how roger days are lay deals with that county board. It's just like night and day totally prepared. They're totally organized. They have people presenting projects. And and you know talk about overwhelmed. He's doing the twenty twenty conservation thing and they're doing all kinds of projects there. He doesn't look like he's overwhelmed to staff and he knows he knows there's here by the way. Go ahead that part of understanding how to delegate that way you can be the leader you need to be and come to council and communicate council are council again. I understand sunshine laws but that's what the challenges therefore the town managers there to be that liaison so that way you can. You can have an official council meeting and get things done. It just seems like there's no prepared who's going to be. The mayor is going to be the mayor in december. I don't know. I think i think it'd probably be reagan. Yeah my gut feeling. Yeah i don't know are you gonna ask the inside scoop opinion happen. I probably agree with that. it's it's not. I don't think it's one hundred percent guarantee. There's the possibility of change but it's slim so the last thing i wanted to mention was if you didn't get a chance to watch the now i watch these things and you probably have other things better things to do with your life folks that the magistrate meeting was this week and it was. It was incredible. I mean it proved that if you get an attorney a good attorney and pay money you can fight city hall and that story is going to be in the tuesday newsletter that because it was incredible to watch when a resident actually had an attorney defending him over something. That was absolutely crazy. A code violation that they got so and some of that. Just irks me. I mean. I i get like i understand. We have to have rules sometimes. It just goes way overboard here. It's almost like a glorified Homeowners association sometimes here. Yeah and it doesn't need to be that way. And i don't want to have out of control building that kind of stuff i it's got to be a give and take the government should be here for the residents and for the businesses that are here and again we're getting there. I think you know our councils coming along. But it's it's it's definitely kicking and screaming we're going to have mask mandate on january twenty first now in the car i here in florida. We won't. We talked earlier. I agree that rhonda santa's is not gonna. He's not he's not gonna lock down any set. It reiterated that he's not going to put it in a statewide mask mandate and if you flip flops on that he's done ever get elected. Yeah so i. I don't see that coming here. And i i truthfully see that. Be a boom for businesses here anywhere. In south florida. People are sick of being locked down. I talked when i was talking to yesterday. He's like hey. I need to get a vacation rental. Come down out of this lockdown krant. We're trying to get out of here. The thing that i find interesting. And i'm not trying to say that people didn't die of cova cova. I don't think it's trump's fault. I obviously i think it's china's fall but what's happening now to me. It seems like everybody has been stirred up into a frenzy that they're going to get tested everybody's going to get tested and even if they don't have symptoms are going to get tested and then if they the cases are going up because so i mean you can't even keep up with that at centurylink. The lines are saw a press release from the county that you can't go on a certain day because it was so crowded. It's just like you. You're you're getting people so freaked out about it and they might be okay if they just stayed home and if they fell sick they just stayed home. And that's that's just it right. So the media loves the push the fear agenda they do and i don't get to to virus for most people greater than ninety percent survive ability my eighty three year old neighbor has it. She's fine you know she's at home she's gonna be fine and but everybody thinks that you get the kovic. That's what the media wants to play so people freak out you. I have it not have it. You won't get the flu. And i'm not compared to the fluid. Don't don't jump but you don't get to go get tested. If you think you know right away let me get tested. Eat some chicken soup. Vitamin d zinc vitamin cs chickens. We're not doctors. But i'm not doctors but you should be taking that anyway. Whether you have the covert or not being healthy you definitely gives you a better chance against for sure for sure like you greg. Thanks so much for coming in and filling in for cam you're spectacular today. Big hand for greg scotney. Everybody great guys. 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392. The Election 2020

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392. The Election 2020

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Check it out at still believe dot. co thanks. everyone. And i hope you enjoyed this episode of the working experience. Though working experience unflattering ninety three north is almost at a standstill yet. So rough out there this morning. Snow in sleep them. It's no service on n. Clear the closing door is to be a few minutes. Traffic should make make sure either report. Sat presentation harry charlotte to see his team. Meeting at ten and worked makes the dream work here moving and after the meeting. We'll have a breakout session. Where am i. Hot box is discussed that everybody welcome to this very special edition of the working experience. Podcast mattie k. And john it's special because it's election while it was election day now we will allow action month may been very. I mean they keep calling. It's weird like sometimes as late as sunday. I saw I saw joe biden the projected winner and then other places i see president elect joe biden. And i know there's a lot of lawsuits going on and things like that. But i think he's pretty much the president right well. It's always a good day when it ends up in the courts. That's where that's where. I thrive a lawyer up in a head into the court system. Yup oh he's so he is look. Obviously trump hasn't conceded and trump has every right. You know the president's been set to look into this to make sure that it was a fair count- there's there's there's no issue there like look now him spouting fraud and voter fraud and stuff. He should just shut up like full stop. You should shut up and let the lawyers go in within the states and make sure that everything was done to the book and obviously you know with the mail in and you know the turn out. They're going to be some discrepancies right. But you know like a dead person voting or someone double submission. Whatever it is but i don't think it's going to amount to enough to swing the election. I think that what republicans in the far-right are saying right now is that it was fraud. It was like flat out voted for there. They were saying that a month before the election there already but you know what like i don't i'm i'm an independent. The democrats did the same thing when trump beat hillary. Like whatever who. Whatever but lena what let the courts decide from court rod a month before the election. I mean trump's been saying this for the last two months there's gonna be fraud. There's gonna if i lose is he was paving the way he's not ever be saying any of this if he had won. I mean we're clear on that. Trump is such a fraud. I mean this guy owes so much money to so many people. I mean for him to call someone. A cheater is like adolf hitler calling someone. Anti-semites i mean like this. That's a rough statement rear on fraud lying cheating bilking people. You know your right. He has the right to contest and other the right to contest it all be figured out within the court system if even if it has to go to the supreme court system. But if you know if everything looks copacetic broad. He's gonna go like he can't everyone's like all you just stay in the office. No he cannot stay in the office. It will be forcibly removed from the office if day. I want joe biden to forcibly removed. Him i wanted mano a mano. You know what. I'm san trump's younger. But he's pathetically out of shape. I think biden would do i quick jab to the gut and then the right to the chin and raghav wearing wearing the aviators right day. Pull up in his corvette jump out. Plus trump is wreaking havoc. He just fired the defense secretary. Oh he's oh he's going to burn the place down. It's like when your home gets foreclosed on and you pour cement in the toilets. Yeah i mean he's he's gonna go nuclear. But here's the thing narcissists right like i was listening to absolutely ego he would. Here's the our country vulnerable by firing the secretary of defense at this time. He doesn't care he does not care one whip well. Here's the thing the not so much wins or loses presidential the actual what everybody should be concerned about right now as the senate what's going on the senate but the thought that fifty percent of america twenty percent thirty percent whatever that number is thinks that the elections or raped and that their vote doesn't matter because one party will create ballots or gain. The system is very very bad. Precedent that is you think about that. That's the foundations of our democracy as like. Oh it's voter fraud. People have always. I mean first of all. There's been voter fraud. Since there have been elections. I mean lyndon johnson just ragged about the senate elections. I mean they they would go around pay for votes. I mean john. F. kennedy pretty much bought Those at kentucky or are one of the southern states. There's no way he was going to win that election that stay. That's gonna happen in georgia with the senate. They're going to the republican and the democrats are going to go down there with hundreds of millions of dollars that into the system. But here's the thing. There's a lot of pay for votes in have free luncheons and vote. Vote with a free subway sandwich off like a free a free donut however voter fraud. Where ballots are fictitiously. Made up that is. That's a totally different thing. Yeah yeah but that's been going on forever. I mean people used to graveyards and they'd right down to tombstones and it's teams out right and that's like here's the thing like your with that stuff is like. There's there's ineptitude right. So there's the government's just scr- screwing the process up just because it's such a massive task. Even though i think we spent like fifteen billion dollars on it. And i think people know that people will just be like. Oh that just that just happens right. There's no way they're gonna get it one hundred percent right 'cause they get it ninety five percent ninety eight percent but if a specific party is found to actually be creating votes like out of thin air. That is that is bad. Oh yeah yeah. But i don't think i don't think that has been no reporting from republican or a democratic watchers they have democrats watching republicans a nonpartisan. And there's been no evidence whatsoever of widespread voter fraud right. And that's that's my point that's like would believe trump. If he said it was a you know right now. It was nighttime out. They just believe anything. The guy says My friend jim mckinney wrote a great piece on medium about denial azam like people like trump give people certain people a comfortable place to go like there is no climate change. I'm not doing anything wrong. I don't have to change anything about myself. And and that's it you know and it's listening to the strong man. Yes tell you that. Don't worry i'm going to solve all your problems. And that's also to on on the democrat side on the biden inside out there spewing. A look i don't think biden's going to save me from anything and i don't think trump's gonna save me from anything no but i think there's more an idea that on the trump side which is always why i whenever the people on the trump side called people like me. Sheep or wishy-washy look like i'm not following this buffoon who has no credibility who tells outright lies you are i mean i have joe biden. I don't agree with joe biden on everything. He you know he was an architect of that. Get tough on crime thing in the nineties. That was a disgrace. I mean i think that was a disgrace and he. He admitted he was wrong. So i don't just you know. Obama had a lot of issues obama deported more illegals than george w bush and some of obama's policies. You'd be horrified. Yeah but obama was was a statesman like he was probably one of the best presidents in terms of a representation of who and what we are as a country as a statesman. Mentally competent wanted the best. Yeah and you know. I don't agree with him on everything but these people trump i mean. They're they just believe any. I mean as hardcore base has thirty percent. I mean they to me are sheep like they laugh at all is jokes. All is stupid corny. You know poking fun at people's names and things like that. Are you going to the march on saturday going to. What are you going to the march on saturday. Which march in dc there is like. There's a big going to be a big turnout. I don't know if it's at the white house or at the lincoln men or whatever it is of trump's supporters for us to support him not to concede. I was surprised. You haven't bought a dozen tickets to that. These are the people who claim to be patriots right and they don't believe in the democratic process. This is what kills me like. You claim to be an american. You wave the flag and all that. But you don't you show up at a state house with guns in your hand to do what to shoot it. Who i i. Don't i don't understand this like. Are you corona virus. Here's what's going to happen. Trump's gonna lose. I mean when you look at the the numbers. I mean some of the races. Look some like i said before. Some of the states very close within like a couple thousand tens of thousands of vote has every right to go and recount tests. Whatever he wants to do yes but some of the some of the states are like fifty thousand sixty thousand seven again. There's be enough discrepancy. Biden's going to get over that to seventy and he's gonna win the presidency. Once they clear this out in the courts. I think this is what there's a larger problem for me with the electoral college. That in several of the last elections while the mom with trump the bone with and gore. The popular vote has to win. The electoral college is such a relic. And it doesn't make any sense to me. I understand the underpinnings of it. Each state should get their two votes or their number. But i i can't you cannot have a president who did not win the popular. Vote that that is very destabilizing for democracy. And i i just. It baffles me that they still allow that to happen. I don't i don't i i don't i think that and i also understand. Why the electoral college is there. I think they need to not just dismiss the electoral college in have the popular. Vote win no matter what i think. The system needs to be revamped. Like like an also too. It's like i can bank on my phone right. Yeah i why. Can't i vote on my phone with some sort of like biometric like this is definitely not like without a question of a doubt and i just i just vote. Why am i understand. There's you can get you can hack blah blah blah all that stuff but i think with today's technology and blockchain. You could make it foolproof where you know you're alive one person one vote and then you can vote on that day you know. You're whatever it is november. Was it november. second third. i forget what it was. You vote on that day and then it's counted immediately instead. The statistics are immediate. Maybe in twenty years but with all the stuff about hacking and all that that that's never gonna fly the optics. I mean people would just yell voter fraud. I mean is so easy to convince people. You know like logging. And i and i agree with that because look what they're doing with the mail and whether malin i mean that but they still think -nology i'm not saying it should go all on cell phone. I'm saying that that it should replace the mail. Like yeah like it'd be in person voting still we we and that's my preferred method. Like you go. You vote boom. You're very satisfying about that about. Here's the thing it's like when i go to vote. I don't know if it's the same in massachusetts. I just give my name and address. They don't ask me for an. id see. i've always found that peculiar. And i understand that. This is very partisan issue but i just sort of assumed everybody had some form of id and that you are who you say you are and yeah i well that that's kind of another issue. We could get into it. But but i think what's going to happen just going back is biden's gonna win. Trump is going to spew all these conspiracy theories voter floor ford. And then he's going to parlay that into a media empire. Yes the likes of that. Will dwarf cnn fox. It'll be so successful for trump. Who's that who's that pundit not rush limbaugh but the other guy you know who. I'm talking about our blue dogs or not lou dobbs. He stuck. He was at a network and then he laughed and started his own. Glenn beck glenn beck. It will be on those kind of a reformed fox a whole right. It'll be a hundred x glenn beck I will make hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars off as well. Trump's oh i mean. I think trump is becoming increasingly irrelevant. I don't know his i. I don't i i'm not say disagree with that. I start something i yes. I agree with that how successful it's going to be hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars will be his most successful thing today because we're all used to trump news which is crack cocaine every single day. You know what we saw. Which over to biden. It's going to be like going from virtual reality to a library. Nineteen forty five. And i'm not even i'm not even around a good sign which is a good thing for the republic for the democracy for the united states of america but trump is going to parlay this into. I'm telling if he's not working with the network right now or station. he's going to start something from scratch. Mass he's going to have a core of anywhere from i'd say ten million to fifty million people an audience right out of the gate. Yeah astro. that's true. Well a couple of other issues to tackle one is the general services administration the head of that and i don't know what her name is but she's refusing to sign the letter that releases Several million dollars. You know as far as the federal government goes. It's rather a drop in the bucket but It it's basically a formality which allows them access to classified information it. It frees up money for them to start hiring people getting offices together and things like that they are or she the gsa they call it. She's refusing to sign that letter. So that trump that biden can get off awesome again completely salvo. There's there's going to be what it's the What are they going to hand off. The transition is right where one administration basically fills in the new administration right. Yup not only. Is that not going to happen. But they're going to be roadblocks. Oh well this is what this literally. They're just going to the day they had to leave. It's like the chair is going to be spinning no samantha. The toilet is exactly and you know who suffers the american people. This is what trump doesn't care like. He does not care. And that's when i look at his supporters like do you not see how he's hurting you. You still support him. Like when george. W bush transitioned over to obama that the mortgage crisis adjusts hit like they formed a joint committee. Republicans and democrats to deal with this. Because you know people needed the help like the the bailouts needed to happen and trump. No way is he going to do that again. He's not gonna hit because his ego will allow him to not. I mean he could do it he just he just won't do it. It's an extreme comparison. But when hitler realized they were losing germany he. I mean he could have stopped the bombing. He could've you know settled peace and stopped thousands of more germs from getting killed now because he blamed you. See i. i have to the the comparisons with hitler and trump. i can't. I can't even get on those. Did trump denounce white supremacy. No did he can't. I'm sorry. I can't try to kidnap a governor of the state. No trump is austrian. Says is a narcissistic egotistical sociopathic. Yes i'd say sociopath but he is. He is not hitler. no he's not hitler. But i'm but he is willing to wreck things you know like if he would do a. Ps he's willing to stay in the he'll outrageous stuff. No but i mean he's also willing to fire the defense secretary leaving us vulnerable leaving the united states vulnerable because other countries who menas no good. This is is a sore. Loser doesn't care. I mean need does like i mean that's the thing i was like. He if if the writing's on the wall he has to concede like he has to consult an don't think he will ever officially concede this. Oh i don't think he will either. I will never say okay. You know but. I think he what he will do is i think he'll just leave right. The the phone will be off the hook i'll just and he's gonna start the medium pyre and then he's running in twenty twenty four. You may run in two thousand twenty four. He should do as he should his lasak. Open up a cana tuna and stick it in a lower drawer at walk out. I mean i. I honestly think that first of all there was no blue wave that swept over. Oh no this is shockingly classified in barely hold this off. I know so. That's one and the other thing is. If corona didn't exist cove nineteen never happened biden. Didn't stand a chance against trump probably not probably sailing into a second term. Well everybody thought clinton was going to crush them like this guy's a joke. Now he he. He was the key states where we're coated like look it was. It was the mishandling of covid that cost him. The election will. The democratic party has a lot. I mean. their house is in real disorder. I mean if they couldn't crush the sky not once but twice they are having major. It's going to be it doesn't it doesn't look good for twenty twenty four. Tom saying the thing is though. And i've heard more than one person opine on this who studies politics thomas e ricks being one of them. He's he's a historian and author having a republican senate having democratic president. You know the house being republican the senate being pretty club the democrats may still take the senate barely but you know he said. This is kind of the way things are supposed to work in a democracy and this is already her. Sorry to cut you off. But i liked this balance of power. There should be a democ- democratic branch republican senate. I mean the democrats still have the majority in the house but that might change in midterm. I'm ho- i'm hoping that the republicans keep keep the senate. I do not wanna see democrat across the board nor do i want to see republican across the board. You need checks and balances yes charge. Yes through and checks and balances are already in place. Look at the past four years with trout. So you have any kind of executive order as backed up by courts. Courts can nail it any kind of bills that the president's putting out the senate or the house can kill. I mean bear in progress. Progress progresses slow. But that's built into the system so you can't just get some maniac that goes in there but that being said i think a biden administration is going to be like. I said before it's going to be very boring. Very quiet growth. There's there's not. There's not going to be a lot of things like everything he's talking about. They may be able to get the corporate rate back up to like twenty eight percent from twenty one percent but the tax Personal taxes on people making over four hundred thousand. Not going to happen is a whole bunch of things that are just with a republican controlled. Senate not a chance in hell. No no The other great thing that. I thought this was a joke. I thought this was something. The onion put out. Rudy giuliani will. That's that's what news is coming to like. I'll see like an onion report. Because i follow it. Instagram and phasing. Yeah and i'll be. And i i don't know whether it's a joke or it's real so rudy giuliani. They were supposed to have a press conference at the four seasons and in an episode worthy of. Veep if you're familiar with that show a great show now now. The the stories are conflicting about whether it was planned that it was in philadelphia and apparently they were having a problem finding a kind of friendly place apparently they went to one spot and this dj started cranking up his music and kinda drown them out. I heard that anecdotally anyway where they ended up was outside the four seasons landscaping company in an industrial park. Outside philly. Next to a adult adult shop in adult. I don't know video. I love that word peop- just to peep show just you just taking it just peeping in. That's all keeping. I mean you know what is it. Sounds so innocent. I'm keeping keeping its subway or or the term peeping tom. You don't hear that anymore. Epping tom i think that's mostly online these days i don't know if anyone's going old school and creeping up to they still exists. That's when you you know. It's like when people talk about cyber stalking. I'm like there's no that is so wussy you wanna stock somebody you do it like we did in the old days you show up at their house. You show up in place of you point you. You put your boots on. Yeah you put boots to the road irt into it there. You go back you know. It's hard work. trust me. I know i've stocked. Several is hard work easy. It's not easy. No you've got to put the. I mean cyber stalking on their facebook page or instagram. Or whatever worc- anyway. So julia ended up there that man. That man has transformed from america's mayor into a hob goblin. He looks bizarre. He is bizarre. I loved the snl. Have you seen the snl skits on him. Where now. Maria the comedian. Katie something. She does giuliani larry. But he don't you almost don't have to parody him. He does it himself and also to like giuliani back in the day with new new york was a mess. He cleaned up new york. I mean look he had some you know. Stop and frisk get some questionable stuff but there were parts in new york where when the sun went down you couldn't go out like times square. Was he cleaned all of that up. Yes and the crime. Rate dropped precipitously precipitously and. I never have liked him. I didn't like him when he was mayor. I found a lot of his tactics to be. He's a very vindictive nasty person but you know people like me tend to overlook like somebody who just wants to be able to get home from work at night and be safe. You know like they're not thinking. I agree with all of his policies just like with all politicians. I mean like. I don't. I don't agree with biden on a number of things but as a human being not like i like bite it. Like biden is a standup guy. Now i have questions about his his mental fortitude and some of his policies but in comparison of human being a human being him verse trump biden Without a doubt am i. Do i want to sit down with hillary clinton in necessarily have lunch. I don't know i don't know the woman. I think it would be very interesting. I don't know how much i would no. I can't like her. Hiller the thing is she knows as does biden how to do that job like they know how government works. They know how to deal with other countries. They know the you know. I don't want to necessarily sit down with my accountant. Have a beer. I want him or her to know how to do taxes and handle my money whereas with trump will heats burger king. Just like i do. i mean it was. it was a popularity contest with trump. And it always has been. I mean like you go back to kennedy and nixon. People who watched the debate which was the first televised debate. They went with kennedy because he had the wonderful hair. He looked great. Beautiful man yeah and he was And he was banging maryland monroe. Yes and again that can't be Verging brother to do the same. There were some weird stories. You gotta listen. He was he was gallivanting around. He was making his way around people who listen to it on the radio felt that nixon won. I mean nixon was a very smart man. He was actually. I mean he would be a liberal these days he would never ever the in the republican party but Oh yeah nixon nixon's squarely be a liberal. Yeah but it is. Photogenic at mitt romney. Mitt romney looks like a frigging movie star. You know i mean. I think he's kind of schill then. Of course you have chris christie whose. I don't see dave pills monologue on the last snl chris christie though he was talking about the corona virus. He's like chris. Christie has everything. The corona virus loves diabetes. He's like the corona virus is like young. I loved how the beaches in new jersey were. Shut down for some reason. I don't think he'll virus. Yeah he was on the beach there. He is a politician like in a snapshot like a close all the beaches and then his fat ass quotas on this tiny chair clueless. We even better. He's he's just a off he's like i don't care. Yeah i'm going to close the beaches down so out my family. I don't wanna be bothered with all these rabble beach like what are you talking about. Yeah he was he was great. I remember there was one time he was trying to be sincere. He knelt down in front of this little girl at one of his and it was the creepiest painful. It was a ted cruz moment with his daughters painful whose daughter obviously particularly like at all the thing too is to understand though about trump trump has made a lotta enemies. Ted cruz despises dial. He does he is. Ted cruz is not someone you wanna have as your enemy. John bainer described ted cruz as the devil incarnate and for john bainer to say that about a fellow. Republican is quite something. Yeah you don't don't want him as an enemy. Sorry let's Let's wrap this bad boy up so my prediction you know. This is wednesday november eleventh. I'm saying biden while wh that that's really coming out you you don't even have to look at the associated press. You don't have to look at any kind of news out. i've already called it. Love how the working experience calls the election Was it november third. The third call an eight days later recalling it. Yeah absolutely and you're probably going to be listening to this. A couple of days completely pointless and i predict a trump dumps cement down. I predict he steals paintings off the wall. Anything off he's gonna steal. He's going to spray. Paint the front of the white hat while he's in a lot of debt so he's probably trying to figure out what's messed up. Get that three fb. He's going to just disappear to. Panama scored like leave the country. He said that he said if i lose this election i will probably have to leave the country and i thought that's the most intelligent thing you've said in four years. I think he owns. He owes like nine hundred million dollars. I mean he's going to have to. He's going to disappear. Just sell some real estate. He'll be fine. We'll just go to the russian mob again and borrow of course all right everybody. Thanks for listening and stay tuned for more. Thanks all right thanks everyone. Thank you everyone for listening to this episode of the working experience we'd like to thank our sponsors one circle media and the still believe app. The only app that delivers video proof of the tooth fairy and santa by simply taking picture. Download the app at still believe dot. Co today in a major kids and if you work for a studio network startup or corporation and are looking for a partner to create media that will build engage in entertain. Your audience reach out to me at john. 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Airbus Looks To The Future With Hydrogen Planes

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01:33 min | 2 months ago

Airbus Looks To The Future With Hydrogen Planes

"The affiliate podcast shares, the stories of multifaceted Africans, one episode at a time the podcast aims to uncover the untold stories of modern and millennial. Based in various parts of the world. Each episode gives listeners an opportunity to learn and experience conversations that showcase who they are and global perspectives in our ever changing world fish also listen and subscribe to the Athlete podcast on spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. You can also follow at athletes podcast on all social media platforms. All listening to the news office our on Africa Business Radio Aerospace giant boss has unveiled plans for what two tailed as the first commercial zero emission aircraft. It said it's hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes could be in service by twenty thirty, five Airbus. Chief Executive Guliani. Fori said the three zero eight concept designs marked historic moment for commercial aviation sector. He added that use of. Hydrogen it had the potential significantly reduce evasions climate impact on it is time appointed Al to that it is not the first time that hydrogen has been talented asked the savior of modern travel and that was the niece at this time when Africa business. Radio you can continue to this in life online at www dot Africa business radio, DOT COM, or our mobile APP. I am Rachel chih-jen. Thank you for listening.

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Episode 78: Sekumpulan Remaja Buli Warga Emas! #9

YEK YEK JE

15:34 min | Last month

Episode 78: Sekumpulan Remaja Buli Warga Emas! #9

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Jesus's real name was Josh

Dumb, Gay Politics

1:10:00 hr | 1 year ago

Jesus's real name was Josh

"Hey you love music but have a hard time keeping up with Tampa they gotta show all about news so join me Jona rate army and me cash flow weekly feature meal it as we discussed the current events in the world of music with our guests cross L. dot com Hello everybody and welcome to dumb gay politics I'm Julie and I'm brandy and this is the right now like in the country with the government it's like we are now in a country that other countries use as a cautionary tale like other countries go cast where we talk about politics like we're talking about reality TV Will this week the reality show stop being polite but so I mean I even think oh I know I have a good one okay perfect see if it's the same one I was thinking of it's so corrupt there it's crazy like they're sitting in Estonia or they're sitting in let's say like Russia and they're like weekend go there that's so check us out wherever you listen to podcasts and if you want your music featured on this show emails Jona Radio R. A. Y. At g the thing with Greece remember how we love Greece and we've been to Athens I mean pardon the not so humble brags all accent but I'm GonNa say more like Crete Crete Greece. Yeah let's say Greece can you believe this it started getting real like really real okay like Jack Stealing rebounds in Hawaii real yeah this shit is so intense the four-country maybe we don't have the money but we have a good people we have not not weird government going round lying all over Greece we love it and we do love Athens and we don't even care century name economic Athens's a Shit we love to they did this whole thing and this is so yeah exactly and now he is going to be the God Damn Chef in Little Mermaid live on ABC great it really indicates why it's great because they're all they're all good looking they age well you know what I mean we've gone over it before we got the Aniston's of the podcast it's all should it's all Shit Shit Shit banning really like we need to be grateful for the country that we live in because we hear dream eat tomato Fateh Ali dumb gay political podcast we probably don't have all the facts but we got opinions and we'll probably backtrack that's Dumb Gay Podcast Adum Political did amount of pools in the city of Athens was literally like forty and then you fly over Athens and there's like ooh I dunno I stream of this shit is that they had literally like they went on their on the on the tax census form the record world's all right the victor Qiriaka says yeah don't age because Sandra bullock but Well I don't know that she's the best this is how well John Stamos is a great one never ages never not one day has he aged not supposed to be so hot he was doing the yoga thing funk ad Uncle Jesse a huge huge Greek or nosy not Great Wall I can think of is huge Joe Magnolia oh no he's Italian Joma Cannella and I'm like hi five high fives all around okay for Greek Greece high fives all around for Greece in this day it was because of going six of tomato cucumber red onion fettah period but you can't olives in at some people like all of some people and being fancy so and dare I say a Cerignola olive is the best even though that's a million now we got some gifts from some only like Green Olives you green olives and you don't want any seeds and I don't want back I'd say Miami of I don't like him say I like Green Olives and make me feel like I'm in Napa degrees this is a tangent because of going to Greece where you did find a new a rejuvenated and may I dare I say new and new love of our podcasts a week exactly now we got some gifts from some Patriots subscribers that we love Nice and we already have their okay now I know his wife no okay then we're not thinking of all right one two three her Guy Oh he's great what's his name on subscriber we've we've reached out to her personal help that she has provided her connections reach far and wide across the country of a of a fed a Greek salad will we both regenerated yet because I then found out what it a real one is and here's what it is she she she sent us many notable gifts but she gave she one being a box filled with office supplies directly stolen oh who it's all shit it's all Tom Gay politics America's got in kind but we're not gonNa let it go down like that because we've got a dumb game podcast great and then they flew over and we're like that's weird it looks like they're alone your count five thousand pools right it's so fucking hilarious to me are you gonNa do that wonderfully the same way he wonderfully played drums for the beach boys now in Greece before we move on Oh you to know about our Patriot podcast that is our subscriber base podcast what you get is one dollar for one hour podcast and two dollars four to one pictures on our drug Den Bulletin Board Aka our podcast studio could be a student could be a personal office of yours also where we like to drink and do drugs and now I have tried to do work in here before it's just to district yeah exactly now Ashley anyone spending money no we love stolen oh yeah not personally stolen more of a corporate type stolen you can steal from a store yeah because that's not personal just for Patriae on that's right new to the podcast and you're just tuning in for the first time welcome to an tease we want to welcome you so hard join post it notes in a stapler and I mean it's so good it's an it you can smell and sense exactly where it came from Z.. Every twelve hundred pools and no one will admit that they have pools taxes on it like they everyone in the entire city of Athens lie that they didn't have a pool for forty people from her office now that's the kind of gifts we like I mean that shows that shows too nasty charm it shows got like a pickle too yeah that's how it should be it'll be a garnish I also enjoy as you know I like a black and two green olive in a wonderful array and as you know yeah I'm finance and it shows creativity using and utilizing what is what is in one surrounding yes it shows a fuck you to the man it's just us guys here and we are sisters in more than blood ash that's okay sisters and more than blood we share many office supplies message just she sent a letter that was serendipitous and we won't be reading it 'cause it was private for just ability to send a broach that they still don't steal from any of your family members all you can steal we'll take stolen lean cuisine from your office fridge Greider who is one of our deep deep deep she's a friend I mean we actually ride or die yea excuse an Ashley writer Dai original fourteen listener all right we have y'all lives on the side as and that's why I don't actually want the olives in it because olives as they can be very distracting I like to pick and choose when I do it almost like a head fourteen listeners welcome meet the other fourteen because it is a much like a a meet up or a mix yes mic mixer we do trumps Oh God those were yeah they were so great the rubber stamps are great and they say I don't need your notes Babe and right and that will be good for a laugh but so actually sent us round to office supplies I mean and the delight the delight didn't end I mean it was legal pads pen just give me the line read so you must go back and listen if you want to understand the inside jokes there but may I dare I say popper off the at the old welcome Mat put on her I put on her rose from golden girls up please wasn't rose she was in of a few sizes of I don't need your notes Babes so we we put in a reorder for a limited number of shirts so if you WanNa preorder your shirt like and I'm going to read off some broadcast regular t shirt and of course we have very infamous and famous no one knows them gay shirt now just as a side note on that we did we have run out it'd be Chhaya Shawna and Kristen yeah all the ladies now they have preordered there I don't need you nuts babs shirts that's great we are Gramma oh she was getting yeah I don't know if she was ill I think she's a cell gatty but now thank you actually now Kristie coke another Dan has this shit is trump t- argue MP any ns what Komo news doing pull them so many bodily functions bind us in this the ties that bind and she's our shores our ride or die being Sheena from Bandra pomp we ran into she know we will be sending Sheena drugs that is what he requested but if you want to you can pre or any of them you can get we're too fucked up till leave and we just pretty much all the time because you know there's never a time where it's you know thank you for the office supplies she sent us a saucy gift card which is a new trend that we're loving where people send us alcohol that we can have delivered here James Your Nicole Alexis Dina Jennifer Eva Aaron it could be Eva Eva Aaron Genevieve Shi'as that is want to buy it or buy it as a gift it's I mean it's we should probably put a link to it on our website because it's so great and and Christie hadn't made its way to us we'd never we'd never heard listen they saw that song he's GonNa sing that Song Fish D- Don Don Don Don Don in the office at the office and the office closet so Ashley I know we on the Patriot were gave you a subliminal Ashley her daughter writer is our dark ardor Ashley Your Darter is our daughter's your daughter your daughter if anything should happen to you o'clock in your sober and you're like you know it'd be a good idea for us to stock up on alcohol for Ladies Night Nope you run out you're here you can't leave and you're like score last and then I would say it is one of the best gifts we've gotten is is a meditation book called Fuck It's great by Jason He'd lead a bit she said sh I guess it's popular around like people in her life let this book help you find peace with the challenges that surround you because they are fucking everywhere feel the horseshoe of the External World Fade from your awareness let the season Hershey's office manager she'll take what she fucking time actually sent us some stamps I bet she doesn't have posted she probably has to enter now you can go and buy and you can get right now but if you preorder I don't need your notes baby you probably have due process probably wait another week or two right because for whatever reason those are popular but Christie and as I turn the page just like that there's no strife here only clear calm please and it's basically a meditation where you turn each page and it's like picture thing that makes you want to choke motherfucker now feel yourself release that rambling for all the drugs and alcohol at night right so kristy gave us a gift card saucy and it was so great and most importantly if you find your mind wandering to other thoughts don't let it concern you just acknowledge that all that shit is fucking bullshit so we love it Kristie a more of a recent patriotic on joinee subscriber she sent us office supplies to pilfer just in case right right Ri- Rashes a little more we love love it love it love it love it feels we feel seen yes and we love you and thank you so much so much one last thing meditation help you find peace with the challenges that surround you because they are fucking neverwhere am I right this is in the we'll be live tweeting it I would think so I urge all fourteen of you to watch that she hits watch that thing as you turn the page that's all do it feel yourself picture thing that makes you wanNA choke him motherfucker now fill yourself release that thing let's support CNN hosting and Lgbtq town hall that is being held in Los Angeles it's in Los Angeles it is a town hall this overly long Intro Yeah we want to encourage everyone to watch the CNN H. 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Lgbtq townhall on his day yes yes it's very exciting that there's an Lgbtq townhall now that CNN is host and his hosting and we just really all right so obviously the biggest piece of shit twisting around stinking up the atmosphere as Donald Trump and his incessant fucking shady behavior and really want to urge you to tune in particularly to Kamala Harris tune in DVR please also LGBTQ most of the candidates not all supposedly that we think the only ones that aren't going although I've seen Bernie Sanders on some of the commercials but supposedly Bernie Agent Notes Babe is on a t-shirt that we do sell and usually go to Julian brandy dot com and check out the t shirts that we have for sale we've got I don't need to know it's made we have says drugs we are just Gordon and I will be there in spirit and I would be watching we pretty much know all of Marianne Williamson's answers to the questions but if you guys don't have CNN if you're not the Kerr has absolutely used the office for his own financial gain okay so there's the joining fees of Vitiligo whatever there's the trump hotel directly across the money I mean that's right it's a tale as old as time we got we all you gotta do just go rent the movie fucking vice and you'll see right Dick Cheney doing it and you know what I mean we'll say together but I can't think of his name is it a boy boy okay you don't think of his name I what if we both okay I'm GonNa say okay I'm going to say the the person he's with because I can only think of his wife Booker over or so and Amy Klobuchar so right check it out if you listen and you don't watch the news is going to be that brandon the so it goes on here you cannot be in snared by anyone else's dumb assery not even your own Anders in Andrew Yang mark going got Joe Biden Buddha Judge Kamala Harris Elizabeth Warren Tom Stupid motherfucking style is going to be on star Corey Yeah right right right I mean Ashley Studios Printer ink like the bitch goes so Christie said e t thirty six hundred actual rubber stamp type if you're a young millennial that watches your shit on fuck in line then I guess grow on CNN get onto your parents house and get the shit going because it's how I'm sure people recent history it's it happens all the time it's not just trump which is probably exactly why Congress hasn't done Jack Shit about it withholding congressional funds to try and get a in government to help you win an election just isn't done Gar okay you just don't do that now everyone knows you need to keep that shit behind closed doors the street from the White House let's just tiny examples we don't even need to get into fucking trump tower Moscow any of that bullshit but that said he's not the first president to use the office the opening an impeachment inquiry regarding a phone call that trump had with Ukrainian president where he basically said hey listen you know we'll release millions of dollars in his incessant fucking provoking the press after committing said behave your last week we told you that speaker of the House and Polos has officially because the constitution says that the president of the United States cannot use the office to further his own political or financial gate now we already know the mall under the wraps under the covers under the ground but not trump he did it right on the White House phone and even though his whole team scrambled to hide the evidence right deserve to know the person the identity of the person who's accusing me it's like whistle blower laws were like invented like over like thirty years ago or senator or whatever it is he said he deserves to know the identity of whoever whoever's accusing him he also challenged the credibility of the whistle blower and by the board okay he was like Oh snap you think you're going to ask China well now I'm going to come forward so now there's more than one whistle blower and by the way this motherfucker occur to the press and every United States citizen when he went on TV and publicly asked China to investigate Joe Biden's on her not that nobody can say it's wrong but it's like it is and guess what the minute he did that a second wissel lower came forward what you're doing is illegal right right a whistle blower came forward last week to spill all the T- now trump of course denied and happened he Vilnai's is already like a bias in his already lying so it's like the game of telephone no pun intended and so nobody should be able to believe this whistle blower they can't be trusted so after he throws a giant Middleton literally we're GONNA play the clip goes on TV until China they should investigate Joe Biden son this is why we're he's having impeachment inquiry because he asked Ukraine to invest the clip of him asking China with all of the audacity it and trump fashion I would think that all right now it's time for I have the shit storm should take some shit put up on the wall the press two and he said that the whistle blowers testimony doesn't matter because he never heard the call firsthand so whoever told the whistle blower about the call does have first hand knowledge of the call and that threw molotov cocktail right impeachment inquiry and the shit just got real real hot so here's dollars a month plus a lot of other things nobody has any doubt and they got rid of a prosecutor who is a very tough prosecutor Hugh in aid but you know you just need to go ahead and investigate possible corruption by Joe Biden Sut just I am just saying right and that is actually an impeachable offense instigate Joe Biden Sun then he turns around on TV and asked China and he thinks if he makes a big giant joke out of it and throws a big middle finger to everyone that whistleblower and said he didn't deserve to remain anonymous he said that the whistleblower you wanted to know with a whistle blower is come out into the public oh whistle blower he's if they were honest about it that sort of major investigation into the vice severi simple answer they should investigate the by because oh information as of yet at least in the news about what Hunter Biden's deals work or what he what he was up to in China so what is a company that's formed and all these companies if you look at and by the way likewise China should started investigating they put that call right in a secret database right under a digital blanket barrier that no one would find because of course that's what you do when you don't think that and now it's it's important to note that there is no actual there's no source there's no fact there's that they weren't crooked that was a crooked deal a hundred percent he had no knowledge of energy didn't know the first thing about it all of a sudden he's getting fifty thousand yeah because what happened in China is just about as bad as what happened with with Ukraine so I would say that got rid of them now they're trying to make it the opposite way but they got rid of I were the President I would certainly recommend that of you all right very not letting me go however I want you to know that I have released and relaxed surrendered and resumed for his love that will bring me that Mr when he did something but we're not really sure it's unclear and it doesn't really seem to matter so and also he sat on the board of a company in the Ukraine with a lot of other guys it wasn't his own company plus minute music from listen things can get pretty heated first of all fucking or we always guarantee sounds on your ass in our there's nothing that we know with China well right so just so you all know that you can look it up and even in the New York Times they're like we don't I mean we know that his the president's Alinsky if it were me I would recommend that they start at address into the by because nobody has any doubts shit off of the wash put it down on the floor in a glass bowl she'd take sewn buck and put up on the impeachment bitch right so republicans are scrambling straight up like scramble the eggs okay they're trying to get a free todd he did get paid whatever but it didn't seem to be at the corruptions there the corruption is there last week the bottom line is trump's not allowed to do that and he did so now you're looking at horrific interview that Chuck Todd of Vagina Mouth Chuck Todd the Merkin Man Yeah did win stand the Merkin man can't leak that's against the law you can't leak so I just want to reiterate what you said which is you can't ask a foreign government for help during an election Ron Johnson who is I guess the Republican senator from Wisconsin not just that he is the chairman of the Homeland Security the only Republican we should say is Fox News but boy Tucker Carlson okay so that motherfucker went on and was like that he shouldn't have done that he absolutely shouldn't have done that with the impeachable offense there's at this point everyone knows everyone knows in Washington that it's an impeachable offense now we're dealing with like so they're blanketing every news outlet where we've seen and I saw on meet the press on Sunday and absolute when he's joking like I could I will I will for benefit of one shred of doubt during the election in two thousand sixteen when he said Russia you should Eddie and he's also on the Intelligence Committee the guy deal solely with national security okay so he wasn't informed about the help me find this this dirt and then I'll give you the money congress had already voted to send Ukraine that aid and they had been right so it's it's so beyond so in that what the Republicans and trump are not he said that he did said that stuff on the call but the way they're spinning it is that he asked him till he asked Ukraine right but this was standing outside the White House talking to the press and saying with his with his hands saying and you know what they could China should funds shouldn't have asked them to investigate that was all completely inappropriate wrong but it's not an impeachable offense so that's how he spinning it and but to that's the they're not even because of quote unquote corrupt which is laughable it's the only so all the Republicans are scrambling the eggs and the only person who has admitted that trump has even done anything wrong no matter what you can't so you did it so you can't let go hundreds of millions of dollars for that help that's basically like it but they love to constantly say like it's leaked it's lead you can't leak you can't leak but what about the content of the leak it doesn't matter what the content of the League is in China to look into corruption across the board not for political gain so they're still sticking to that and they're going to stick to its bullshit and not only that they're also spinning did you mean by wins and he didn't tell him and I'm not sure the man seen I write so vagina mouth asks Ron Goodall Wisconsin Ron Wisconsin. He Asks Him Wisconsin so intense I honestly wouldn't be surprised if there was someone sitting off camera pointing a gun at him for work he's holding he's reading from papers ED approach like these motherfuckers have like damn lost their minds but they're all on this cycle of like spin deny deflect repeats been denied of like Rinse Repeat Hall and when he was sort of kept out of it or something and then when he was told he's on record saying when I was told about it I went officle question of is it going to hurt the Democrats in the election next year to bother impeaching him to even go through these motions he's also not the thing is out same they're trying to pretend it's the same vein and it's clearly not a joke and nor did it sound like a joke with China not even one bit we played the clip I thought he found dead serious oh he's instigate them now and the reason he's doing that I believe so that he's trying to back up that he isn't trying to do this for political gain that he is in fact clearly doing this I just he's not just referring to and be like listen I read this thing Bush I did this thing he's reading script yes straight up reading with the scrambled eggs that this joke because that's just trump is trump being john when he said that about China they sang it said about China but they're also implying that even with Ukraine hey you might want to check that the thirty thousand emails because I'm sure that these you know like all right that's kind of this kind of winky and Being County and shady upped he's filled with fear he's a cowardly I mean he looks like a Nazi he's so crazy as it has energy is so intensely stressed out that I thought Vagina Mouth Chuck Todd was GonNa Start crying so we're gonNA play you the clip I'm telling you watch meet the press every Sunday it's the top man bites we must either it's either got to be Chris Cuomo or jake tapper it should be even Stephanie and I thought he's going to start fucking crying and I was like is there is is is Rudy Giuliani standing off camera pointing a gun at this man I mean or is Putin I don't know and and you know poor chuck todd and he's you know he cannot deal with anything that's frustrating or stressful or anything that's when you get into a thing in in these high stress I'm asking a simple question about you clearly were upset that somehow there was an implication that was being frozen because I have my third letter into the Inspector General tells US senator asking to just confirm just confirm are you investigating those leaks to Peter Struck talked about cool could have tuck taken her to Dick's out and slapped him across the exactly everyone she would've chuck todd five eight and rocking a Pussy Goatee Bureau I have and we recommend it to you guys it's you don't even you can get you don't even have to listen to the show you can just watch that but you know if you can handle a man who looks like he's got a vagina for base the president wanted an investigation why did you because I didn't want those connected I mean it it went Guliani had been flying maybe not to Ukraine but they were meeting in like a neutral place to meet with Ukrainian officials to discuss this biden situation all the while in my fucking toilet who has a fuck exactly and also the it's like they want you you want to investigate the leak but not the content of the League when the content is and taking meetings with Ukrainian officials for months okay not one not two but like three months before the trump phone call ever even happened thing is giving a nod to Putin he's Putin wants Ukraine he wants Ukraine he wants Crimea he wants that area that that that that sitting on the phone with the guy they were all involved they were all involved secretary of State Mike Pompeo knew about it on the call they all planned it together prior to the call Rudy Giuliani who's probably standing off camera holding the gun the guy's fucking head has been a huge part of the story even though we haven't really mentioned him he was literally flying overseas area geographically will be beyond helpful to Russia and if they got it would be horrifying so and there's trump holding off aid you know what the the aid that Congress had voted on is being kept away from Ukraine and Congress doesn't know so now those aren't the only people that know now we're dealing with the budget office who knows the budget for and that the Biden's Johnny Biden fifty grand a month and some stupid glad-handing nepotism who gives a fuck right like it's ridiculous I don't know if he's cracked out he's sweating he's insane he's he's just as insane as Ron Johnson the office can clearly see the money ain't gone we oh what's this two hundred million still doing here not to mention in just just a quick mention that Ukraine is feel better here that you're not criticizing I dress was simple question what made you wince what what is fully in horribly damaging and criminal but you want to focus on the league and now you want to do the same thing where you're not dealing with the actual phone call the actual content you want to focus on the fact that there's a whistle blower in a not just a a in their own in-country not civil war but they're having their own problems they're problem also with Russia and what trump is also doing all spills always gonNA bring up Hillary Clinton's and I said the leaks who's going to want we'd looking in investigating those leaks what about those leaks what about those leaks and it's like what about the league on and on twitter please played and the way and he he his hand is it's it's he's doing that like like plate like uh-huh he was asking Ukraine to investigate bite and there was a whole ring of people you guys it wasn't just trump who got fucking harebrained fucking adderall idea Liani okay yesterday or two days ago if you're listening to this Jewish Guliani so Guliani goes on Fox News and shows his ass okay in a pleading fight with somebody please yeah because they yeah and he's going back to like Shit from Hillary Clinton Republican Party what's fucking gross main guy not bill O'Reilly Sean Hannity on Hannity spoke at a trump rally Sean Hannity that what not scared but he's in the crime family in the crime family of which this is what we're watching right trump is marlon brando right not like doing by the law he's doing by the family law so he's the constantly airy he's trump's Godfather Ron Johnson is more on Fox News you're now fighting on your own side you're fighting with people who are already on your own side there's so much your own side they're almost Fox News now Fox News for anyone out there who doesn't know doesn't care just doesn't fucking remember Fox News is basically an extension of the paid to be on your side he's fighting with his own side let's hear him act insane and you should be ashamed of yourself your profession for taking that the senator I know that's that's a setup what is this point why a Fox News conspiracy propaganda stuff is popping up on here is no I bet is someone lying exactly why is this news media it answer thirty years of articles James Biden selling it out here's here's here's another one donald trump by content biden says I didn't do anything it is like If Elizabeth Warren gets the Nomination Rachel maddow rolling on and being like hey guys give me a big round of applause for Warriors Fischbach fish so this is how much of an Extension Fox News is so at this point for Guliani to go on and fight with it Guliani is more like you know the constantly constantly area the he's the lawyer he is the consular he's lawyer but he's in on it okay you're meeting your Senator Johnson Johnson Lee Gory please answer the question that I asked you instead of trying to make donald it's like what are you doing there go fuck and do the news with your grasses go find fuck wife's name go get Susan go fishing it is for the eight is to fight Russia so yeah shocking didn't get it ha ha ha ha all right so now Google they right on tv you got that you want to write that down so that's what's going on there because this is this is the mafia so and now here goes Guliani on so insane when it's Paul Manafort who was the one who helped get the president before the one that's there now I don't remember his name but the present the chairman of the trump campaign and then he worked for the former president of Ukraine was corrupt correct he's now in jail yes he's in jail for corruption before that was completely corrupt and pro Russian was in bed with Putin Paul Manafort who was the chairman of fucking trump's Goddamn election committee he later idiot press can't figure out that we pay off Joe Biden and what do you think the Chinese Gone Julius Chinese will pay one point five billion to this kid crossed granted I had a hangover to rival a terminal disease but I have never felt so upset or hopeless and you did your godfather reenactment was the directive to go on the news and repeat these talking points Oh well the other directive was to find part before begins to rebuild and it's it's scary it's not I'll tell you this is not not scary so if anyone's new here like you know just just stick with us the big time and he he made a mockery of the United States of America we all laughed in the Ukraine and Ukraine they say you lecture on corruption and the fact that he's that they are that they're that they're trying to spin that the Ukraine would would be laughing at us because of the Biden's is guests because we're the only ones fucking to having a drink in fucking drug and the laugh about it so now that the Republicans are blanketing the news with their psychosis okay the level that they are going to try to find out the identity of these whistle blowers so not only I mean and they're laughing at us and you know they are laughing at us everyone is because we have now become the cautionary tale of when you describe a country where there infighting almost level whistle blower like finding the identity of a whistle blower should be illegal that's the point of a whistle blower protection so now the Democrats on Capitol Hill or like cat the bounty hunter and his area of expertise has in the past been just birds but he'll do a whistle blower if he has to go he will he usually oh I don't think you went right we'll get about bitch he's like no no I was wincing only because I couldn't believe they would think the godfather good that's where you're going he doesn't need to be helping with the identity of the whistle I mean just how is that even legal I just don't even understand how that's legal fifty thousand dollar bounty to find the the identity of the asking it's pathetic listen to me just one sec wait until we get to Romania here's my concern gotta go the guy's a crook literally putting the person in like a full body armor walking through with like full costume covered head to toe doing all this shit vying the vice president of you appreciate your coming on thanks for joining us there's a part where he had to tell them we have a hard out I need to take a break you like telling me to be quiet. He couldn't get them to even be quiet. Forget the whistle blowing up the call and the president's remarks on the long wait wait before you interrupt me Howard I know you wanNA defend it so bad I don't want to find anything I'm asking questions war that's us and we have a corrupt fully not just glad handing nepotism we have co it's the level of Russia I watch any family and they're gonNA get an accidental accidents but I'll tell you this there's this is supposedly now this was on the news today there's a fifty thousand dollar bounty okay for the identity of both was lowers now we are trying to keep the news from dumpling who I don't know if you guys know this heat but Mamat has he has a side hustle and also Tony Scott Okay so with the additional this is before we wrap everything up everybody just needs to know now that there's a second whistle blower on the scene get him the mullet and a leather yeah I mean we're am working on it yeah because we're trying to dumpling to fall in the hands of Family Pentagon unbelievable the Pentagon unbelievable beyond now it's time yes the State Department that's the department at the Office of the Secretary of State that's Mike Pompeo he knew about it the budget office often For a very very special hearing with judge Julie Become Public before they find me Oh of course they all see me and if I do I I'll die at least I'll die Goddamn fucking hero that'd be like I'm not going to commit suicide seen the House of Representatives has subpoenaed five offices in the trump administration the office of the president by meet the press I was just like you know just the amount the amount of problems that we have and it's like it's gotTa Fall it's all GonNa fall side note a different day here here he is now in session please the office that new had all the money that's all the money sitting there and never going anywhere held me and he turned me not to give them run and finally the you're like God and they're gonNa give someone's if they're gonNa pay to find me they're going to find me it's going to be violent now maybe what I should do is go to a hearing like one of the one of the men whose maybe a made man who's kind of in the family like got there later and finally because he's sort of so if I end up dead before ninety I've been killed yeah yeah yeah then you know it to Anthony Bourdain didn't go on Rucker Shit from the office of Mike Pence Mike Pence who also that's the vice president he also knew about this whole shit he knows about everything but he definitely has on record that he knows about this call yeah that's a gift from Ashley Writer How are you today I'm cranky myself that's great great great good to hear it as a judge of what I'm not good at is listening in clarify yes no problem thank you thank you right now now this somewhat flex in loaded well group of men whom we hear about just daily at this point in the news and I for one I'm over it at all costs you go to find out the identity of these whistleblowers so I don't know they can fuck and fall on a knife I I who knows you go to find niches you know what I mean we can't have them out there again thank you everyone myself you're welcome myself how army today I'm good a little cranky honestly as I'm trying to lose a quick coming a king we're all formulated by what we affectionately and commonly call the founding fathers so maybe if you don't watch the news a lot you're not joining so today we have an interesting interesting issue on trial it is interesting now very unexpected called the court together they will do his bounties on birds yes he will do birds and probably mice and bugs but his favorite is Bert his famous bounty favor as birds and we will welcome the honorable that it's a show please welcome the honorable judge myself thank you against the family which you really can't be doing and then the fucking Guliani and some other goons came over and like talk about the family and you WanNa do you know fifty pounds and I've been working on it for about thirty years so I'm just kind of you know like that Bela Brandy hello and good morning to you good afternoon our today constantly inundated with the phrase the founding fathers that's right now you will notice there's no mothers involved and it's hasn't about constantly referring to them as a way to defend or deny their own parties right or wrong doing this court has you on trial and here nation of the bill of Rights Declaration of independence and constitution the three branches of government which are the very foundation of checks and balances which keep the president from the I'm not completely over it that's not true I'm not completely over it but that's why it's complicated and it is complex let's get into the case case six seven eight nine we're never pay attention in class or just don't give a fuck but you should they're very important to the founding of our country and of course the shaping writing implements in reference to the founding fathers is giving me religious vibes and I feel like I'm being spoken to like when people refer to Jesus well Jesus would have wanted this Jesus yes no I'm not gonNA kill myself I'm not gonNA shoot myself I'm not gonNA fall into a knife I'm not going to poison myself on doorknob I'm not gonNA drink poison not gonNA have a heart attack I'm not going to hang myself up the constitution or you want to refer to illegal document okay let's that's fair and we all want to stick to the facts this judge has been feeling that the the charges politicians cut that shit this court no longer wants to hear about the God damn founding fathers you wanted I needed the court to come together and I know it can be confusing so I'm going to do my best so if I say anything that's confusing bailiff brandy it is your job to please interrupt man such as who might have been Jesus is real was rea- it's proven he was a carpenter there was a guy there's a guy named Jesus yes into point out they are the founding quite fathers I wanNA make clear it's not the founding fathers that are on trial but the current politicians who have been codependent and four five four six four six three two eight two one two two thank you bill brandy now if you've never heard of the founding fathers that's probably because you're dead of Republican for Totta together can just had one more point yes and nobody's saying this either even though that the trumps and all of them would would spend reported that Jesus Jesus Jesus Jesus yes fine Jesus did a Lotta Great Shit was Jesus even real yes is it proven try to keep the idea I mean you would think at this point I mean I'm wondering if it were me what I would do for you probably think you got the whistle blower thing you're going to be safe and then all of a sudden it's starting to unravel there was a wedding Joshua what's his name his name was Joshua was that Jesus was Joshua okay well then it wasn't Jesus we has been named Jesus in case so I'm not convinced he existed let's I mean I don't know like crazy or my advice the dumb portion of the dumb gay politics here but I don't understand third everyone well yeah who walks around saying their profit exactly I mean anyway it's a wonderful discussion to have and Israel Jesus let's say he did these great things two thousand years ago by great I mean he talked of kind and having anytime so can we just now the thing is that let's say he what the current like religious Jews were also like the government yes so he was bad for Rome he was bad for the Jews so the we're crucified that is the truth I mean you know what I mean so could there have been a guy that went around that was preaching since that was the time of like big evangelical Catholics or back in the day would say that the Jews killed Jesus that's why he's dead Jew say Romans killed Jesus that's why he's dead but in the truth in my Romans they know that a guy was getting out of line and that they were like shut the fuck up man shut up because he was preaching against I'm not that I trust you I think that there's a percentage I think it's fair to wonder if it's true or not I'm not saying it's completely true I believe there was a guy got together and they were like get this motherfucker the nailed into the cross and changed his name to Jesus Yeah and we're sure all of that stuff existed because that was what was going on share shoes or Romans or whatever you had to be like this in order to God come see like this I mean people were obsessed with God because would have been this guy a guy who proselytized and preached and there certainly were men who were but there were we're there's all records on that correct okay Kerry maybe that's fake news maybe it's faked writings maybe that didn't happen but as far as history goes tons of guys that were crucified and he lived during a time where they were tons and tons and tons of Jewish his name was Joshua Charles Manson could have been or he could have been like John Smith opinion they change you change Josh's name to Jesus heard appreciate the people who wrote the Bible to that is in my opinion a cop out you should be kind compassionate and charitable because it's the right way to Jewish people wanNA need to believe it because it's a whole thing where that's their whole Jewish people believe what the thing that happens with Jews is that be my mom always said be good for goodness sake be good for goodness sake is it a nice thing to look back and read other people's writings and unlike a Jewish Mormon well the thing is they know that he's real because there is in in history because of what happened with punches pilot who is the mayor and the Roman I wish people that say this is real or do Italian say it's real to shoes and Italian day it's real not just Jewish people though correct other people will say it's real too because no his philosophy if that's right so to say that you should be kind charitable compassionate because that's what Jesus wanted as you know the Bible and all that it's not written for hundreds of years later well then good then it doesn't make me a much as much of a raving idiot that I didn't know if it's even true exactly exactly brandy which I'm getting to my now the founding fathers are now in addition sayings and it's nice to inspire us but that's not the reason that we should be kind and generous and take care of people less fortunate 'cause Marianne Williamson told us to apparently there is documentation of that happening okay now so not not not bib he walked on water we don't know that turn water into wine but we know there was a guy that was compassion love charity giving let's all be friends we don't need to have a church or a temple to go to a needful judge like people you know people are starting to be like no but God's like this no but what about this but what about this you should follow me I'm a proper I'm a Prophet I'm a prophet that's what he was doing putting the morality and the judgment and the knowledge of what's right and wrong on the founding fathers look to the law motherfucking slave-owning around the time that could have been you know I think that there was a thing with the Jews in the Romans and there was a Lotta who would deliberately boo and that tons and tons of money to actual Jesus politicians are going to for their God Damn Fountain of Excuses Independence and rather than saying trump is a dictator in anyone all they can understand and the only way to God and love in your life was said do it at this place at this time this sacrifice and Blah Blah Blah and whoever this person was or people went around I'm the Prophet I'm a prophet and there were five hundred other guys going no I'm the prophet he just happened to probably be the best looking one I mean for all we know is like L. Ron Hubbard so I just want to put that on others would be horrified that women are voting and black people have been the president so cut the fucking shit all men are created equal bullshit bitch bullshit and religions politicians Democrats in particular please please please stop playing a fool. The founding fathers served their purpose we shen has had constant renovations and that's how it should be as time moves forward and as we evolve as has also happened to the Bible what the founding fathers the founding fathers owned slaves and they wouldn't let women vote they got what they wanted which was a free new government cut off from England and they created a D accuracy which if men weren't such power hungry fucking load shooting demons maybe we would be further along in our evolution but this is where we are and I'm quite sure the founding own morality and your North Star the founding fathers would have wanted this the founding fathers would have wanted a republic founding fathers would be rolling over in their grave the founding fathers I start standing on our own two feet yes and refer to the limbaugh when it comes to the law and even the law and the constitution follow him as either fucking deplorable asshole loser ignorant racist scumbag because why because Democrats have to stop whining and white men were right so fuck off I have great admiration however for the founding fathers and the American revolution but we room the love judge Julie from your heart and say what you fucking feel and know to be true because of your some sort of defense or or of an indictment of Republicans or trump it just won't work it's week they're outdated they're antiquated and I don't give a fuck what they want the crane was wrong because it's wrong money laundering is wrong because it's against the law got it follow that yellow brick road bitch what what they wanted let me say it again they got what they wanted you want to say some quotes feel move by some of the ideals laid out I could stand by that but this court doesn't want power money-grubbing fucking bunch of assholes so now you want to get into the law fine which is what we're doing right here in this court is adjourned now it's time for so there's that learn about them and they are part of our history keeping the time and place in perspective and on Tax Creek and learn from that now is certainly very important but using the founding fathers find something good that's happening here at home in spite of the rotted trump administration and corrupt conservative congress this week has been especially unwed no it's in your heart and you should help people by now and that remains true to this day Josh's Vibes Justice Justice here's we certainly don't got a Bible in conclusion stop it use your own words and what we know to be true and meaningful now calling the yeah so this is the part of the show where I give Julie the task of finding a so there's that moment that's happening in all the Shitty Shit that's going on in this world it isn't

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"Welcome to the daily brief the world. Oil podcast network daily review of market news emerging trends new technologies and the people who are advancing the oil and gas industry. Here's Cameron Wallace with your top news. Stories of the day. Good afternoon and welcome to the World. Oil Daily brief podcast. I'm Cameron Wallace. And these are your top oil and gas headlines for Monday March. The second oil is climbing again on signals that OPEC and central bankers may be ready to PROP UP FINANCIAL MARKETS. Opec production is sinking. Thanks to a combination of careful planning and events. Outside the group's control an election in Ghana will determine who holds the purse strings and suddenly oil-rich nation and two of the world's largest energy conferences were cancelled yesterday. After the World Health Organization raised its virus threat level. I up. Oil Rose the most. In five months amid expectations central banks will move to prop up financial markets and OPEC will curb supplies in response to the virus driven. Demand shock futures surged as much as five point five percent on Monday in New York. After six straight losing sessions equities also surged central bankers from some of the world's most advanced economies offered reassurances. They'll take stabilization measures. Meanwhile the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies including Russia are preparing to discuss output this week in Vienna OPEC and its allies are expected to agree on deeper production cutbacks. When they meet in Vienna according to a Bloomberg survey all but two of the twenty nine analysts traders and brokers and a global poll predicted that the group will announce new curbs when average expectation of seven hundred and fifty thousand barrels a day OPEC output plunged again last month. As the group's voluntary cutbacks were amplified by conflicts and Libya that halted exports west Texas intermediate futures. For April delivery rose two point two percent to forty six ninety seven a barrel at eleven forty five. Am on the New York Mercantile. Exchange meanwhile Brent futures for May delivery climbed two point three percent to fifty one ninety eight on the Ice Futures Europe exchange after gaining as much as four point eight percent earlier in the day. Today's episode of the daily brief is brought to you in part by Siemens with a global population expected to rise nearly thirty percent by twenty fifty. The world is evolving rapidly and so are the challenges harmful emissions chief among them therefore the solutions must evolve rapidly if we are to meet society's ever-growing demand for clean energy Siemens partners with oil and gas customers to navigate the new normal delivering what matters most safety efficiency reliability sustainability and ultimately peace of mind. Today's upstream operators face unique challenges including remote locations space constraints and the high costs associated with non-productive. Siemens has an extensive track record of helping operators improve performance and mitigate risk in offshore environments visit Siemens Dot com slash oil and gas to learn more about Siemens Engineering Services and technologies for platforms in vessels including F. Pso's and let secure a sustainable energy future together. Opec's output plunged again last month. As the group's voluntary cutbacks were amplified by conflict that halted exports from Libya production declined by about four hundred and eighty thousand barrels. A day to twenty seven point nine one million a day in February according to a survey that's the lowest since two thousand nine when the group had just slash supplies during the global financial crisis get OPEC finds itself under pressure to reduce output even further in response to the corona virus. The outbreak that started in China and to spreading around the world could be the biggest commodity demand shock since the great recession of two thousand eight. Two thousand nine according to Goldman Sachs. The Corona viruses battering ruled fuel consumption as industries. Shut down entire cities are quarantined and air travel slumps sending crude prices plunging. Opec and his partners were already struggling to manage the price impact from the US shale boom. They launched a new round of supply curbs at the start of this year and the survey showed a mixed rate of implementation among the cartels members. The poll is based on information from officials chip tracking data and estimates from consultants including rice dead JBC and rapid and energy group. The comparison between output in February and historical data is affected by membership changes with Ecuador Guitar in Indonesia having left the group all Congo Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. Have joined though Saudi Arabia as OPEC's biggest member delivered its pledges in full Iraq Nigeria which have repeatedly demonstrated poor implementation actually increased their production those increases however were eclipsed by a plunge in Libya where a rebel military commander has blockaded oil ports all haggling over peace settlement with the national government. Libya's output tumbled by six hundred forty thousand barrels a day or about eighty percent to just one hundred fifty thousand barrels a day the country has long been exempt from making cuts as part of the opaque plus deal because of its internal struggles. The North African producer has lost almost one million barrels a day since the start of the year because of the conflict roughly equivalent to all the voluntary curbs that OPEC and its allies. Promised as part of their latest intervention. Libya's misfortune is spurring other OPEC members from an even deeper route in crude prices. Opec is expected to cut deeper at this week's meeting all the two twenty-nine analysts traders and brokers surveyed predict that the OPEC plus coalition will announce substantial additional reductions when it meets than average estimate of seven hundred and fifty thousand barrels a day the alliance spans all thirteen OPEC nations plus ten non-members such as Russia and accounts for about half of the world's oil supplies. Saudi Arabia has been pressing OPEC plus to act for several weeks. There has been reluctance from Russia. Their most important partner there are signs that Moscow now recognizes the need for some kind of response. The situation in global markets is certainly serious with prices near their lowest in more than two years and a growing contingent of trading desks anticipated that demand growth could all but wiped out for the first time in more than a decade control of the world's fastest growing economy and its massive offshore. Oilfields are up for grabs today. As Guliani votes in national elections the business friendly administration of David Grainger is seeking reelection facing if Ron Ali of the People's Progressive Party. Who is pledging to renegotiate? Some oil contracts the winners and what is forecast to be a close election will shepherd the remote jungle-clad nation through a bonanza that the International Monetary Fund says will propel economic growth of eighty six percent. This year the fastest in the world the deposit which Exxon Mobil first successfully drilled in two thousand fifteen is so large relative to the population of seven hundred eighty thousand by the middle of the decade. Yana may overtake Kuwait and become the world's largest per capita crude producer. The winner of the election will lead the sixty five seat National Assembly for a five-year term. Just production starting at the offshore fields which are estimated to hold the equivalent of eight billion barrels of crude energy companies including Hess China's synock until Oh have invested in the country for the oil industry a win for the opposition. People's Progressive Party would test the country's commitment to contract law. It's a touchy subject in a country that has been criticized for giving away its resources to cheaply a global witness report recently criticised Grainger's government for signing a quote exceptionally bad contract. Exxon the deprive the country of fifty five billion over the life of the deal. Exxon and Grainger both disputed the findings Grainger's competitor. Ali said that some of the contracts are even more lopsided than that of the Exxon deal rather than rewrite the contracts in practice and Ali government would probably try to get companies to commit to more social spending and job creation will also setting stricter terms and future contracts. The olive opposition is estimated to have a seventy five percent chance of winning the presidency government. Revenues are forecast to rise. Thirty seven. Fold to ten billion dollars a year in a decade. According to oslo-based research company Rice that energy given the stakes whoever loses is likely to contest the result in the courts. Such a challenge would test the institutional strength of a country that's only had two democratic changes of government in its history both sides have floated plans to create thousands of jobs spent heavily in education and build out roads and other infrastructure. The country is braced for REPA- transitioning from relatively poor expert of sugar and gold into one of South America's richest countries. Grainger told a crowd earlier this year that the guy needs. We'll never be poor again and launching the campaign for the political alliance known as the Partnership for National Unity. He said that oil wealth belongs to you and this government will make sure you benefit from this oil wealth results from the vote which will determine the makeup of the National Assembly as well as who controls. The presidency are not likely to be announced for several days as electoral authorities gather ballot-boxes from remote settlements. The world's best performing economy borders Venezuela which is undergoing the world's deepest slump to top. It all off. Jonah has a longstanding territorial dispute with its neighbour finally today two of the world's largest and most important energy industry gatherings were cancelled by organizers. Ihs market on Sunday amid mounting concerns about the corona virus outbreak. Sarah Week due to start in Houston on March the ninth and the World Petrochemical Conference in New Orleans later. This month have both been canceled. Sarah Week has been an annual industry fixture over more than three decades and has become an important forum for its biggest players. This year's event promised to attract thousands of delegates around the world the chief executive officers of Saudi Aramco. Bp until towel were among those due to speak during the events five day program last week International Petroleum Week went ahead and London but oil producers including BP and Saudi Aramco trading houses and brokers cancelled many events scheduled to take place on the sidelines of the official event other companies including Repsol didn't send representatives Ip Week. Is the largest conference. In Europe usually attracting about three thousand people including a WHO's who of the industry in Europe the Middle East Africa the cancellation of Sarah Week. Follow the rising confirmed cases of the cove nineteen virus in the US and elsewhere and as more companies initiate travel bans on Saturday. The US confirmed its first. Death and Washington state declared an emergency after an outbreak. America has warned against travelling to northern Italy and parts of South Korea where the virus is spreading in Switzerland last week the Geneva International Motor Show and the Basil World Watch and jewellery show were both scrapped. Ihs SAYS IT plans to go ahead with Sarah Week. Twenty twenty one in Houston on March first or the fifth of next year. And there you have it our top oil and gas news stories for Monday march. The second content is courtesy of world oil magazine and the Bloomberg News Service to read more on. Today's topic's please visit world oil dot com slash. News. I'm Cameron Wallace. Thanks for listening today. Thanks for listening to the daily brief on the world oil podcast network. If you have any questions or comments on the program please email editorial at world oil dot com and check the show notes for more information about today's episode. Don't forget to subscribe either on Apple podcasts. 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Sex Talk with Dr Susan Block - ZOOM DiCK BROOMSTiCK (Bedside Chat 24)

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Sex Talk with Dr Susan Block - ZOOM DiCK BROOMSTiCK (Bedside Chat 24)

"The. Need, to talk with someone about something you can't talk about with anyone else. You can talk to us I'm Dr Susan Block, your mistress of the airwaves. But my day job is director of the Dr Susan, Bloch Institute for the Erotic Arts and sciences specializing in sex therapy over the phone anytime you need to talk where they need serious psychotherapy or a hot phone sex experience or a combination my world renowned telephone sex. Therapists they're just a phone call away totally private absolutely confidential. We listen talk with you advise you role play for you fantasize with you know fantasy is to taboo and help you with anything from impotence to exhibitionism fears to desires fetishes two marriages for more information. Call us at two, one, three, two, nine, one, nine, four, nine, seven, that's two, one, three, two, nine, one, nine, four, nine, seven anytime you need to talk. You're listening to Radio Susie one on the World Wide Web and now here she is Dr Susan? Bloch. insisted. Love. Artists and exhibitionists, voyeurs and. which is and bitches them sad tramps masked men of mystery and role playful women. Through history. Now, the dog. And Erotic Personas as nights grow law. From the witches hacks letter sent to the realm. Of scary sex. There there. Darling. Don't be afraid Tis, the season of masquerade. So come all ye witches you dark brides and grooms his time to hop on your broom. Fly Past, your fears and over the years of oppression re Being burned at the stake or stone by the shake or drowned in the lake time to rise up. Ye Sexual renegades join the erotic insurgent. Masquerade. Straddle Your Phallic Strap on flying brooms. Fly High. In the sky to that wild domain where the witches rain as goddesses and protesters fem dons and love doctors time to put on your. Party mass as you. Keep along your daily mask. Time to reveal which you so often conceal your erotic persona. Inner Bella Donna. Your secret identity, your scary sex entity you're evil twin, the wizard within time to awaken stirred and. Shaken. Your heart beating like a Bongo your blood rushing like the. Congo. Maybe you meet someone who looks kind of scary. Witch Bitch AQAP. Of Fairy. When out of the clear with a flick of the tongue those shivers of Turn to passion and. Fun See mixing fear and sex creates special effects. See what turns us on isn't always the nicest. So we're often afraid of just what excites us. Or are we excited by that witch we fear. Both my dear it's biological. It's neurological and it can be pathological. So be careful. Consensual. Practice safe sex and don't overdo. And Stir this recipe into your witches brew. A pinch of fear gets your Mojo in gear like heat in your mesquite. But too much burns the meat. So, stick that in your bag of trick or treat. Don't get Zoom Dick Confusion don't be Jeffrey. Toobin. But. This Halloween or sometime soon, take a trip to the moon on your vibrating broom. Erotic insurgent masquerade. Don't be afraid. Your inner which won't hurt you. Unless. You're really want me to. Do and happy Halloween season's beatings. Boo Boo Ville. It's my twenty-fourth bedside chat to the corona apocalypse. Inspired by FDR's fireside chats here to comfort inform Irada size and incite you to seize the day. In the noble way. Maybe, Kinky way because it's Kink Tober. Yes indeed talk about. Kinky scary sex though. As the Corona Apocalypse continues the American death count is rising over two hundred and twenty, four, thousand and counting. Well. There's a new. Affliction. In the land. Of. The free to be foolish. And Its name is Zoom Dick. Yes indeed, brothers and sisters forget blue balls Orange, head. Forget erectile dysfunction forget FRY UP ISM premature ejaculation pee wee's PP Weiner briefs Peeping Toms and liar liar pants on fire. Zoom Dick. Is America's. Number one penis problem. Yes indeed. And That's the way. It is right now at least on twitter you know. Just in case you've been looking at porn or cute pictures of Pomeranians or something instead of the news well, allow me the honor. Of spilling. It. Esteemed bestselling author New, York writer, and CNN legal analyst. Jeffrey toobin. was caught. The other day. With his pants down. Literally. Yep. masturbating. As. So many of us do these days and really every day except Most of us don't do it on a New Yorker. Staff. Meetings. Zoom call. Which is What apparently Mr Toobin was doing. On I, don't think too many of us Wenk on work pulse, but then again, I don't know. Maybe lots of folks are Kinda savvy enough these days to. Yeah to kind of turn the cameras off and bought the bishop or Polish the Pearl while. You know. The team talk strategy. To been. WAS NOT THAT SAVVY No no no. No Now, the we're call did involve electoral. Simulation. which some have said poor to been misinterpreted as. Erectile. Simulation. It's an honest mistake call it to been confusion. or You could say, it's a lawsuit stimulating case of sexual harassment. Depending on your point of view. Now. The call just so you know set the scene it involves several. New Yorker. Luminaries. Role playing? See Right there. You know it's Kinda getting a little. Kinky, right. but no, it wasn't sexual role play. Okay. It was political role play. You could say. and. Like, for instance, my Yale. Classmate. bestselling author of Dark Money Jane Mayer. she was role playing establishment Republicans. And Jelena COBB. Role playing. Establishment Democrats and Tuban. He was role playing. The court okay. So, when everyone went into their respective rooms. To conspire. Toobin. Being the court. He you know. He took a real break. And went on another video call. My guess is this other call was with a virtual lover or a Dominatrix who was? Commanding him to fat for her. And then everybody came back from the break to see bins camera. Lowered to a bird's eye view of his crotch. and. Well What did they see but well? You could call it. Packing the court. Yeah people on the call said that to been was touching his pack. and. Apparently no-one said Whoa Jeffrey Hey wait wait your briefs not your legal briefs. Your underwear put it on put that subpoena I mean. subpar. Penis. In your pants. Because yeah I mean been just hung out for a little while masturbating and then he left the call and then he came back on the call acting as if nothing happened. and. Yeah. Maybe he didn't know actually we we sure. It's a spooky time of year after all, which is and bitches and tramps sin vamps. Fly when all through the Kuroda pacalypse and ghouls like Rudy Guliani. Are. Well UNDOING, their flies. And then Mike Pence's hair is full of flies. and. Well. The various error. That they fly in. Is Toxic Skilling us. Plus we're all flying into a very scary. Election. And Yeah. Some people's response to stress. And pressure is. Self. Pleasure. And there's nothing wrong with that. It's actually a good thing. But yeah, not during a work call unless. You Really WanNa say. Take, this New Yorker job and shove it on a three masturbating man. And I am not ashamed. Now. If. Two minutes that. I'd say at least he's got balls. In addition zoom, Dick. But he didn't say that. You know. He didn't show Waker pride. He wails like the baby actually and an object Mayor Copa. Quote. I made an embarrassing. Stupid mistake. Believing I was off camera. I apologize to my wife family friends and coworkers I believed I was not visible on zoom. I thought. No one on the zoom call could see me. I thought. I had muted the zoom video. Well you thought wrong. Jeffrey. And Yeah it's possible that while on break from the New Yorker call. He figured that you know he could just squeeze in quickey with the DOM. Or whoever he was. Fat To. Anyway. You know he didn't realize maybe that The New Yorker camera was on got to put a sock on that thing, Jeffrey. No not that thing the other thing. Right. And then again, there's another possibility. That Jeffrey Toobin is just a risk. Loving. Danger and dopamine craving. Exhibitionist. WHO flirted with the fantasy Of getting caught. You know. Up? So. You know. That could be it. Many many guys love the fantasy maybe some. Emails maybe all kinds of people but mostly. Guys. Love the fantasy of getting caught. And so maybe almost did it a few times that's. My sexological. Conjecture. That he just kept Willie out of the work can. A while playing the other can. But Then, this one time. oops. There it is on the work can. Zoom Dick. Scary. Anyway. Yeah, you know when it gets real. Then, the scary sex fantasy. Of. Getting. Caught. Kinda. devolves. into. Grim. Reality. So execution was swift. Shortly after the call tubing was suspended from the New Yorker, not fired, he might be back. And he took a leave of absence from CNN where he has another important job and twitter exploded. into an orgy. Of Mockery. As they say in the Fetish World? Public. Disgrace. See. Zoom. Dick is one thing and then the Zoom Dick Outrage. That's quite another thing. They're related. But they're things. And I get the Zoom Dick Outrage of course. Hey, it's more fun to. Laugh and point at. Somebody else's erection. Than to worry about a very scary election. and. Yes I mean. People on all sides. Liberal conservative. trumper blue wave everybody just seems to love humiliating the elite exhibitions, White Male. and. I gotta say in a way. He asked for it. Many of my exhibition is stick sex therapy clients just love the idea. Of. Exposing. Their beloved. SCHLONGS. In parking lots. Locker rooms, neighbors, window sills on. Balconies. Coming out of the shower. That's a classic. Maybe, just laying there in bed as as A. Desirable but. Forbidden Family. Member just happens to walk into the room which you have conveniently left unlocked Yep. Then, there's driving, of course, kind of dangerous very dangerous. Don't do that. Don't do any of this actually You know there's being in a hotel room stopping away waiting for the housekeeper to come in. And do on a train I've seen that have you seen that on the train? Have you done that? Okay and zoom calls. Of course, there is doing it on zoom calls surreptitiously. Usually you you know you gotTa know your cameras. And Yeah, a lot of people. Are aroused. By risk. The dopamine baby. And I gotta say it's the ultimate fetish. Of the privileged. person. Risk. Danger, you see regular people. Face. Risk. And danger every day they don't have to go after it. It's part of life but privilege people they they like. In a very sheltered. Kind of. And everything is protected in given to them, and so they often fetish is risk. So of other people, but especially, the privileged and I try to teach my risk loving sex therapy clients to. Enjoy. Their scary sex fantasies in the, erotic theater of the, mind. and. Practice impulse control. Because In reality. Unless You're at a banana s nudist swinger resort. something that's getting to be more and more rare these days. Anybody know of any Bonobo ask. Nudist swinger resorts that are open call me okay. but yeah. If you're not in a place like that. You gotTa keep wonder Weenie in your pants. And even in those places. You can't be running around within interruption. Yeah. I know. It's Kinda disturbing. That we the people. are more collectively outraged by Public Exhibition Azam then we are. By, citizens being publicly gassed or clobbered or killed. By. Police. and. That is our society right now. That is what we have to live with. And some of my. Clients are quite disciplined. Actually I have to say you know sometimes with my help sometimes they're just you know. Innately disciplined. and. Sometimes, they're just kind of compassionate. Big. CARE. that. Even though it's not like a horrible thing, it's not a rape. It's still nonconsensual to like without your Dick in front of somebody that. Didn't ask for it doesn't want it. So. Yeah Two dozen appear to be either. Very impulse controlled. Or. Compassionate. GotTa say. I even find myself agreeing with the odious OJ Simpson. Who might have a beef with? This guy who wrote the people vs Oj. Yeah. and he said Dan Jeffrey Toobin. At least peewee Herman did it in an x rated movie theater? Yeah I love Peewee I do. And back in Nineteen ninety-one when peewee was busted in an adult movie theater for. And away. It was so unfair. And and Max and I were doing the show and I just decided I would masturbate. Right there in the studio and this was when I was on radio. In Solidarity with Peewee Herman. Yes indeed. My first time masturbating live on the air. And? No. I am not going to masturbate in solidarity with Jeffrey Toobin. Sorry. But. And his defense. I will say there are no more x rated movie theaters that you can go to. You know if you want some company when you're shopping You know you know certainly not in the corona apocalypse. When A lot of folks are going crazy. I mean. A lot of folks are certainly committing crimes that are far far worse than Zoom Dick. So. Then me Toobin Hashtag me Tuban. you know came out on twitter which did upset. A lot of metoo people I guess I can understand they said to been Zoom Dick. sexualize the workplace. And what that means I guess. Depends on your dopamine levels. What about Zoom Click is is that a thing zoom quit I mean Is that as bad as Zoom Dick, I wonder Anyway speaking of the female meanwhile to bins long suffering wife of thirty five years amy Macintosh. Well. She hasn't yet weighed in on her husband's Dick. Now, they met. When they were students at Harvard and I guess they didn't have sex week at Harvard like we had sex week at Yale or they'd have learned to put his Dick in a box. Like Justin timberlake right. Anyway. To bins no virgin. To Sexual peccadilloes. Apparently he cheated and. Yeah he has a love child. And at first he denied beloved child, right? Oh I don't know if I like this guy and he's been accused of harassing at least one woman following her from the Party. To her door. And saying. You know you really want to. You know. Exhibitionists love to imagine that women. Really. Want. What they've got. And just won't admit it. I don't know. Now. Some say. To Binge should declare himself a sex addict. And seek treatment. Now I, agree that he should get some sex therapy and. A Lotta people should maybe you. You know you got zoom Dick. Zoom Clint. I Dunno before you. Find Yourself, displaying it to your coworkers trick or. Losing your job in your entire reputation as serious human well, you might want to call the therapist without Borders of the doctors and block institute. We can help. But. Still, I I wouldn't label. It sex. Addiction. I wouldn't say that Jeffrey Toobin or you. Are a sex addict I. Know Some people get off on saying their sex addict. It's kind of like saying I'm a pervert on a sex addict but seriously. You're not. I mean like tube and he may be an over privilege spoiled Brat Have Lousy Impulse Control Exhibition is tendencies. Sex Fantasies. He might have job burnout. Maybe this was really an effort to get out of this job that we think is so great for the New Yorker. He may have a death wish he may have depression. The possibilities are quite extensive but. Sex. Is Not. An addiction. Like. Alcohol can be an addiction. Or opioids an addiction. You know. Sex is the essence of life. And by the way, that is the name of A. Great podcast I just did on sex and the pews so check it out. but. Too. Often, we pretend that we don't need sex. And that sex is not important that it's not the essence of life that it's the side thing. And You know something that you know we'll handle it tomorrow or maybe next week or Maybe next month. Or? That maybe. You know. We can just ignore our partners. Need for sex. That's a classic one right? You can ignore your partner can't you? Well. You, can. And you have every right to you should never have sex you don't WANNA have. But. What is it lead to sometimes not all the time Sometimes. It leads to. Zoom. Dick. Now at least Jeffrey, toobin can thank Rudy Guliani. He doesn't even need a costume for Halloween. For momentarily taking the heat off of him by putting his own sweaty hand down his pants in front of that cuddly young lady. Playing Baratz daughter and his new movie I think it's men touching their dicks in public week. Maybe. or maybe it's just that men just touch their Dixon Lot. Not, all men and not all the time but a lot of men touch their dicks a lot of the time. And Yeah I I mean. It's just A. True. I mean, I know I live with one. And I mean, yeah, he's laughing but hey. Touching of the Dick. Is a common? Action. For. Most men I talked to a lot of in grant I grant you I am a sex therapist. Of course, we talk about touching of the deck but. It's amazing. How much amend love to touch their desks and? You know you combine that with the fact that a lot of what we used to think of as. Private. is now. Public. That's right. The Corona pacalypse has made us physically distant. But not socially distant I don't like that term social distancing because that's not what we're doing. We're physical distancing. Yes and actually when we Are Doing, Zoom. We're not socially distant at all, and in fact, we're very close. Visually up close you can see everything. Every little pimple and hair out of place. And of course. A Dick out of place. You see it. You might not see it in a big meeting room or somebody's got it under the table you're doing zoom meeting. Yeah. You see it. So. This is This is something that we're dealing with and we have yet to wrap our heads around it. Certainly not. Belittle head. Now. Some tips for dealing with the Zoom Dickhead of gay. First of all. Look down every once in a while right? Make sure you've got. You know things covered. And Check it hasn't fallen out. Or. Maybe creeped up over the belt you know. Or. Maybe if you were shorts, you know go out. The side. or? Speaking of flies is yours open. Check. Especially when you just come back from the bathroom. It can happen. And if you must pull out your Dick and believe me I am a doctor I'm a sex therapist I understand you gotta pull out your debt. Just make sure the camera is turned off or you put something over it right? Cover it. See you don't just cover your cock now and your face you gotta cover your camera things have to be covered. Unless you're making porn. And you know. Maybe Jeffrey Toobin was making porn. I don't know. Actually. If. Any of the offending parties took an evidentiary screen shot. Jeffrey, toobin 's Zoom Dick. Well, then we the people would like to see it. What's reminds me I'm still waiting to see Jeff bezos is. Dick Pic right I mean we were all expecting. We were GonNa see it, and then we never saw it I don't know if it exists. Maybe he. Doesn't have a deck. Come on Jeff where is it? I realized many people don't want to see. Any of these dicks. And I'm not blaming them so just preface. The picture you know whether it's to been or bezos please not Guliani. Okay. Just No. Just preface it with a trigger warning. Like tricker tree. Yes. Trick or treat. And it's definitely a treat. To be here. With you. Brothers and sisters. And our Halloween foreplay show. Riding My Magic Dill Don Eck. vibrating broom With the vibrator in the middle and an ice dildo on the end and a broom. To give you a good spanking. Halloween season's beatings. and. Excited to talk to my guests I'm not sure how many guests tonight. I'm supposed to but maybe I don't I don't know we'll see but I know I have one. And her name is Lady Erica. Dawson. Oh there she is. Erica. A. Few. Halloween. I. Also. Oh you. A pumpkin. And I have. A TRUMP GIN. So Of course, we're going to smack trump can. All Angry is oh. Yes. So hearing yes, it's almost as angry as he is well one thing we have found with them other than it catches your Dick if you're showing it so be careful no well, we wouldn't mind seeing zoom Klett actually but but yeah, you gotta keep talking and then eventually we can hear you better. Here's my Trumpian. which is made by Miguel the great artist. Yes. and. He's got a mouth. ooh, it's Kinda gross in here but that's kind of like the thing, right? So you have acute, pompey. Hill. In No. I need to open his mouth more force it like maybe with my magic don- vibrating broom. Cook as teeth are GonNa fall out this way. Yeah. I So, Lady Eric. Welcome to the Dr Susan Bloch Show and why are you? Erica. Well, you know it became a my my handle on instagram and on twitter and I think it's fun to play with you know I like to be seen as royalty? Yeah. Why not I myself Yeah. The Queen of the witches, right? Join my coven. So you're also a comedian. And a cook or chef a cookie. Cook. and. Yeah, yeah and and how do you like to trick or treat I love to I love to do a little trick and treats with with comedy. You know like like playing little jokes on people but you know the treat is to bring some joing make a fun little magical Kooky experience I love to treat people with food. As you said, I'm a little chef I got a little web series that is it's comedy and it's cooking all in one So I just want people to be able to give themselves an a an oral pleasure a, and in the process they can have a little giggle pleasure to. Yeah. Food and sex a nice combination. Lot of people enjoy that I mean whether you're talking about dinner and a movie or you're talking about splash. Ever do splash. Again sorry splash. Are You into sploshed. Do you know about splash? Splash is the combination of food and erotic activity, and usually the food goes all over somebody like. You Bake a cake and you sit in it, you know or you. Spray whipped cream all over your body. Yeah. Yeah. We have a whole magazine on splash featuring Danielle Watson chef belied and Gypsy Bonobo and Yeah. I. Mean I I kind of an chef in. but you know you could try that sometime where you make something that is for splashing. Creamy things are good. Unless you're into be DSM. In which case you might want use hot sauce. I think I definitely go ballistic Marcel but you know respect that make the Hawk for some people to really just storage all hair all sensitive arts in. Oh Yes. So what is your specialty here? Cooking wise. Cooking wise. No. Life I episode of cooking is a Mac and cheese and MAC and cheese is in no she's she's in American sweetheart you know she she speaks everyone's you know soul. So I just love Jeez love dairy I love to bring a soulful love. In. People's lives. So that's the thing. I could do hands Taiba. I close. Right. Now, it's a classic American. Completely vitamin free food so almost but. I mean. It could. Very creative you're. I'm not to so do you make Halloween, candy? You Never Maple Lean ged but I've made some Made chocolate bars or you know make intellect. Little. Halloween. You'd like make moral chocolate community. Melt on or someone get all that could be one, right? Okay. So I am being told by my tech team. that. We gotTA call you. Back. We see zoom clint we don't. But we gotta call you back. I'm not sure why I guess the sound. A log into zoom again logging again too soon. Copy from. Can I have my drink my? Water please. Okay. So I guess we're going to wait a little while. and. Trying to reconnect. Only connect. and I guess. So can I ask you a question? You can ask me anything. So. How come people are so freaked out by. Event Stood Zim Dick. Yeah well. I guess. I don't think a lot of people are freaked out I. Just think they like talking about it. I think it's like I said more fun to talk about somebody's erection than. A scary election. And I think too. It's You know you can kind of relate to sexual harassment. So our guest is back bring the camera down farther down. Don't don't have it so up. Yes. Yes. I'd rather see more my. Below Okay and Yeah Okay No, I was talking to Gideon. Now I'm talking to Erica. Hi, Erica. WHO's? This show is full of tricks and maybe some treats. So, we're talking here about Zoom Dick? Right. Say That again. Sorry. Zoom Dick. Zoom dish agree to been right. So I'm sure you saw you know the twitter orgy of recrimination 's, and I'm sure you've read the news because you seem like you would. So what what is your assessment of these Dick Phenomenon? You know it's just. As you were saying earlier you know we're seeing another very privileged man who clearly you know feels like he needs to take out his dick upon people without their consent. To get off that's my take because it's like. This is all we have been seeing since you know this orange monster got elected is just he has encouraged you know all white men in power to be able to just whip out their Dixon end moment may be a professional moment. In, front of truly any woman and I'm I'm sick of it in. There are so many ways where he could show the Dick in a consensual way you know make an only for hands page is twenty twenty do your thing. You know like we will support you if you're honest why can't we just be honest? You know well, do do you feel can you get not so close Up Pier D Do you feel that That he was doing it on purpose then that it wasn't an accident. Yeah, yeah. He's been doing great looks you know eight nine months but. I. Have Yeah I kind kinda feel like. He didn't exactly do it on purpose I do feel like he's the Kinda guy that I talked to a lot as a sex therapist, which is someone who is edging so to speak and trying to get very close. To exposing themselves but not quite. So he's got you know the zoom call going on with his Co workers at the New Yorker, and then he's probably got a lover 'cause you know the guy has had lovers and I think maybe a dom or somebody like that saying fat for me now, and then he does it and doesn't realize. The cameras on. Or doesn't realize that it shows. He thinks, okay you know I I'm safe. Probably he has been doing it for months. and. He got caught this time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I I. Mean it's it's it's arrogant and I certainly council men to be careful and not do it and try to control themselves. On the other hand I'm just amazed that people are more upset about this. Then they are about all the people being killed and coded. By please by. All kinds of situations. Yeah but. People like to talk about. Cop Dog in. France. The naked, city. You know that's what I was saying. You know if you go to a nudist resort, it's great. If you go to a swingers resort fantastic the problem is these places aren't open right now. That's true. This is not to go when you're a privileged pervert I mean. Okay. I got. Nickel and money and. Internet resources. You know I feel like there's a lot of adventurous people out there communities that would. He could so be welcomed into you know but. Josh and how does it get any better for him now when he's like he got so close to the like he was exposed you know that is the thing that. Ultimately, we get him off the idea of being exposed to people. Not. Going to get much better than that kind of like ultimate. Yeah. He really did it. He really exposed that Dick I don't think he meant to I. Mean I'm not sure but you know if he really meant to then yeah, he would say. I'm a master BAITER and I'm proud and now I'm going to have a new career as a sapio sexual sexpert got no he tried to apologize kind of you know badly, it's hard to apologize for something like that and so yeah, you know a lot of these guys they don't. They don't get it. They get so close to the edge, and then if they do get caught, it's like. Such a comedown. It's like coming down from. Drugs. Yeah it's. It's very, very hard but no, I mean I'm not like on Jeffrey Toobin team like I was really on peewee Herman's team. When when pee we was just you know wanking away and. He was in a movie theater you know where you're supposed to do that and somebody. An undercover cop caught him and and You know he had he went got arrested I don't know if he spent any time in jail but I masturbated in solidarity with him. I was You know right there with peewee Herman I'm not. So in solidarity with Jeffrey Toobin I mean he wants to smash trump too. So I appreciate that but the other hand I just can't get behind the guy so to speak Sal. Yeah. So do you get on work calls? Have you ever been on a work call or a multi comedian call where somebody's done something sexual Oh. No I haven't haven't I honestly have not I haven't done any standup zoomed shows this fulltime. Just because. It's it's hard to get the same. You know feedback they normally get in person I'm sure very much understand that. But I in my work zoom calls. I've been on work zoom calls with females and it's been very tame. No Zoom. Zoom. Unfortunately under which in it leave the exciting. Are you bisexual? I. I am not really sure I. Have for the last couple of years kind of been. Curious about my sexuality I have not had any sexual experiences with women or like non rhyme airy trans or anything but if The I would I would be open to I'm currently in a relationship with a heterosexual But it's definitely something that I have voiced in my relationship and something that I'm GonNa need to explore. In some room you know. So are you living together with your heterosexual man? No I'm alone or in a tiny studio are like my space like. Like to have my own private thin. To be creative and just I'm someone who has time to. Like new threats from. Other people's energy and just like you know have a time independent. Will you must have a lot of alone time now? How are you managing in the corona apocalypse being all alone like that? Or do you just go out with her? I'm doing I'm doing okay I have seeing my boyfriend's a lot was very close by so fortunate aren't. but. I have just taken the time soon. The focus writing elect bright. I liked right along with like comedy scripts, I also great. News. and just stand up. So I take a debut agreed during prime, which I'm very thankful for do you write about sex? Yes I do. As I do I actually a lot of my music is very like. Comedic and musical and I have a song called tiny. But. A lot of people were as Bogelsong. Heidi at I I was thinking you were talking about two bins Zim Dick. To get. Look for its I've played UKULELE and I sing and is all about very tiny bubble and Ryan. How? Terrified Saxon I just I can never blessed. It's like a pinprick back there I'm saying so. We haven't worked at open. I guess you haven't like done. You know I a little finger with flu and maybe some lingus or as they say remain Have you gotten tongue back there anything Yes. You like tongue back there. On tickly. silly. Knicks me like super. Wet. It's It's fun I'm really opened my like you know. Well. A lot of people love sex as they say I think you know. Are More enthusiastic about it if they're into it, then women because that's their only whole. I. Think Women kind of feel like well, you know, I got another one. I don't need to use that one so much A. And some women are totally into it, but lots of women are not and. So. So I guess that's not a very erotic song. Do you have any songs about sex that you like? Like a positive about sack. Yeah Song. I've written artistic solvings in general. I. Don't know about. A song if you're saying. I can sing right now. Yeah. I couldn't think. If you'd like. Well I guess. So is that because it's so I I heard it. It's very Kinda I dunno, it's. It's very cute. It's funny. Okay. You Sing it. It's not going to make anybody WANNA have butthole sex or any kind of sex, but that's okay. We can just laugh along so Yeah I, sing that one I thought maybe you had a sex positive song but that's a cute. Get off marches. Nine in round, but in Independent. Now is matter any leaving? Then yes I am Tom. Titus. or every time I ne-. Sexual men. WHO ASKS THE MOOD In Share. With a Louis so big they saint enjoying. Then, I have to explain my ena smaller than monthly 'cause I got bigger but. An attorney, turn the birds. Don't eat. Brown. Asking me either to Wayne Book with a battle sub time. Don't try to get in offspring four nine. Hundred here. Very funny. Funny and you know I was saying that it's You know it's not sex positive really however. Weird perverse way I'm sure it turns on a lot of people that might WanNa get in that. Butthole. it does the here that it's too small and then that makes them Wanna get in it. It's it's like talking about you know the Zoom Dick, the whole doing something you're not supposed to do. And it's it's sad in a way that we have that in our society because we. WanNa be more consensual and we want to have sex that enjoys but I think because we say that so many different types of sex are wrong. No, don't do that. Don't do that. Don't do that. So it's like okay well, then I might as well just Do, something. That's really wrong. I might as well do something really out there like show my Dick to people that don't WanNa, see it or. Fuck that girl in the ass even though she says, no. And they're sure. That's not cool and I you know would blame the guy who does that sometimes it's a girl but usually it's guy. But I also blame our society for being sex negative about so many things just like like wh where can you show your penis I mean yes. nudist place. Very few places can be nude very few places can't you show your beautiful breasts? I mean there's just No place to do it. So some people just figure it's wrong. No matter which way I go I might as well do something. Really wrong. You're. Not Right. Nia Hits Nano and I like you know I have a song about my fear Butts next book I in no way an like think but sex is wrong. It's just like my own personal belief I am very sex positive via like. You know not trying to keep shame anyone everyone's into their own thing and and I actually might kinda like. Reddish door was opened why a years ago when I had a I posted a little song I did on instagram online and I interrupted myself with a belch because I I have kind of like a front belching problem. Wow. Last last show I had a woman who had a chronic farting problem and she became the Fort Green of the fetish. Warmer less that's great. So, yeah. In like an accidental way shout out to Valencia by the way high man. Martin so you became kind of a Belch Queen at least for one person. Yes wolfert quite a few people. because. I got a lot of response a lot of direct messages asking me if I make belts video this content and I didn't even know it was a federal for replied. Oh my gosh this is a whole market. Defend I am. A freelance. Artist and I started making these videos are make some generic ones in the custom ones and. Just, you know found this very niche community of, but there's so many people that you know are into belching and gas in so many different ways so. I am. Open up my my. Yeah, I had no idea. You made fetish videos. Your median. You don't so many people nowadays are doing. They're only fans or some kind of little fetish thing, and so yours is belching and you know what that is appropriate for a chef right talk about working. Right Through I actually added a lot of belching into my series, my Kooky Cook and web series to like. Honor that like falling in the fans that have helped helped made the show possible because I self produced in raise money for and a lot of them. Contributed money because I sold belge videos to raise money to fund my art, of course. That's what we do. So can you just belch for us? Yeah. New. I'm. Less than on command Belcher Bra, and I'm more of what you need a drink. Okay. Well, maybe. Drinking not. You didn't know you'd be belching those show. WHOA. Wow honestly. That's pretty small. Okay. I interrupted you you. Can you take another sip and try it again and I won't interrupt. Try I just. Saved that COQ one. Okay here she goes. I don't know whether I should I should talk. That, was substantial. AM. I heard that one that had a lot of the bubbles in it you know the carbonation so. So. These are mostly guys that are getting your belching videos. They've they've all they've all been. Men. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. No Lane so far. Well. Let's see I. Don't know I don't know ladies going to have a belching fetish the point of paying to hear you belch maybe I'd be interested but I can imagine that guys do and Yeah certainly they they like farting belching hey, it comes out of a different orifice, but it's still the emission they they just a lot of guys just love body functions. And there's probably different personal reasons why they liked that particular thing have you gotten to know any of your belching fetish fans to know How. Did you feel good. Yeah Oh They're so big it with me very painful Oh. Was that you Max? He nodded say yes yes. Notre three. I mean I belch too but not on command I can do right now I'm drinking anything. Yeah. I can do small in command. The soda really helps make videos I usually get soda or sometimes. Beer Mamata Funday. Oh Yeah Yeah Gotcha and how does your boyfriend feel about the belching? He's honestly very supportive about it. You know he he understands that it's a it's a community. It's also like my body by and has been very supportive about it, but it's not a turn on for him. No no he thinks he thinks it's really cute. But I don't think it makes them. It doesn't quite make like horrible one Reagan fired at all. So. What is what? What? What is the thing that makes the two of you hot hard wet what is your favorite sexual activity or Aphrodisiac? Meaning I am personally like. Really, need a need my partner to go down on me and I need like teasing, happening to Mike. Okay. Buried saw. A laughing like A. Soft laughing motion. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I like will like even like soccer. You know So I really love that I also, we are just like Berry. I'm very silly and where he's very silly weird So we like to just. Start kind of like just dancing deeply shaking my tits at now I know this isn't like generic when sex. Or? Said Click. A playful energy between us is like very necessary i. think that's very generically sexy. Your tits first of all generically sexy. Yeah go ahead girl shake him also play play is sexy. It's very been oboe. And Yeah. That's what we like so What about speaking of play rope play I? Do you have a what do you? WanNa be for Halloween. Question I. I really WANNA be. Austin powers. Okay. Baby Yeah. I dress up in drag. I love to I. Love You wait. Yeah I have i. have a quite like. Dominance a lot of I feel like I can tap into my masculine energy very well. It's just like something that I've always felt like like my comedy and in my life, I like to do. I like experience. All sides of? Mike feminity and my masculinity and I loved Austin powers growing up and I just think he's so Cillian in I like his raw sexual energy and yeah. So. I think I'm going to make you own a baby. Wrong. So have you dressed up as Austin powers or that's just a fantasy This is just a fantasy. Is that sending your boyfriend? Does he like that you dressing guy? World, you know two years ago for Halloween? We were We both dressed in drag and A. Very, turned on by one another there was like a heated making out but not quite sex. More like honestly we have like ardmore turned on by I, like to wear a lot of wigs. But like as a woman, usually as like playing as my own gender own gender. Case, you were a guy and he was a gal. Yet wow. Exciting, did you take pictures? Yeah we did. We did. Yeah Oh got to see those. Yeah. So he does he look good a girl, your boyfriend. He has these gorgeous cheekbones that just all my goodness little makeup Oh beautiful monster Oh. Okay. So maybe you'll be Austin. Powers this Halloween or you know just just dresses a guy and he can dresses a girl and you can see if you can have sex I mean you can pretend that he unpegging you when he's just. You know having sex with you. Exactly. Exactly yeah. I think it. We really you can pretend you're guy and that your pussy is actually your butthole. Exactly. That that whole will. Way With that yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well I still haven't given up on that but you know everybody's but holes tiny. Unless they're already having lots of anal sex. Yeah. Yeah. They've really like prepared experience understandable. Sings the whole song about a butthole would. Probably be interested I don't know. I'm not wake walked off to the idea you know so to speak, right? Yeah. So What was that? Or you're pointing. Oh, okay. Well, we have got to go but it's just such pleasure to chat with you. Lady. And good, luck with your comedy with your writing with you have a beautiful voice and Good. Luck with your your relationship, your sex life and your tiny little butthole. They good luck with all things trick nutrients sexy and thank you for having me on. Happy Halloween season's. Beatings. All right brothers, sisters well. This. Erica Dawson. As we did have another guest tonight, I'm not gonNA say who but. She's just. Lost in. The Sky. Around Magic. vibrating broom one hour before the show. Oh. Well, it happens. So I think what we're GONNA do shows some. Clips from past. Halloween's. Sexy. Stuff going. Dowse, to jail to cloud. Robert Room. Is over eighteen right. Excuse. Me Yummy. You are Yummy. Tonight's the is come as your erotic persona. And of course, you are kind of old in. Your. Your name is Daryl Hunt Man spelled H. A. N.. And you look remarkably like another daryl. Spelled H. A. N. A. She's system yes. Yes. Yes. got. Turn on my mind. Yes. Now, right. Over it girls, I was GONNA say Shit. Oh The. Oh that's beautiful. Girl Scout Jail A. Room. You're jealous. Are. You cited by seeing another On Jay. I mean I will. All Hung. Joe. You. Know. Harry Potter, each heart. Yes, I've been. Here glazed three different vibrators. And she is ready. For Partner incline. Oh yes. Daryl Hannah on. Jack. Up. That fountain. I go for growth. And to all a good evening. Is such a leap. Rated there Oh. Yeah. We're getting in touch with our avalon nature. We are hard. For Angel we are human. We are. and. To feel each. Inside Oh. Yeah. Give it to her This is Jack Fountain. And Daryl Hat. They obey, Earl. Tattoo. I Am Horace Really Nice Yeah. Let's beautiful going in there so. Oh you. Oh. Yeah. That wife. Call the warning housewife. Forty you us. Yeah go for it Jack. Daryl Hanan couple of the year. Surely, this is the foreign star couple. Just to show you how hot married sex. Can. Be. See, don't be afraid to get married. You can stay hot. You know it is Kinda scary promote people mostly they lose it but some would. Stay. Hot just like this. We have a new site. 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Aerobatic Champion Rob Holland

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

38:38 min | 2 years ago

Aerobatic Champion Rob Holland

"So this shows legit. Did Mark Harmon. That's how you know. Pick up your number one now big lingering dot. Nod, God guns. Hello and welcome to another episode of the green dot is podcast for anyone and everyone who loves aviation, the green dot sponsored by GE aviation. My name is Hal Brian, and I one of your hosts, I'm senior editor for print and digital content and publications here today a normally on my left. It's Chris Henry, but we have somebody who has transitioned from guest to host. So what's your name? Son Dennis Dunbar? So denniston bar director of flight operations director of flight operations said he a Dennis. It's good to have you back on this, but in here here for the first time on this side of the table. Yeah, my back to the dorm, not really comfortable over here. That's good as we don't want you to be comfortable. And of course, across the table dump sharpen tier government relations director. Excellent. And Dennis you, you got us a guest. You've got somebody who was stranded here by weather and rather than just letting to sit around and hang out on, wait for the weather and focus on his cross country flight home. You grabbed him and said, come beyond. This podcast, that's right. Commandeer allow me to introduce the eight time consecutive u s national Arabic champion Mr. rob Holland, pleasure to be here. Let's. Use this time then and help people get to know you a little bit better. I always somebody like you who's who's of all known figure aviation. I was like to take a few minutes to go back to back to the beginning and and say, did you did you come from an aviation family at all year, round it as a kid? Were you, were you it out there building models what your early experience aviation? I did not grow up in a flying family only person. My family actually flies except for my wife. Now she flies at school. Honestly, what kicked off me. It was probably two things. One. I went to the very first style wars old enough to do that, and I thought the millennium falcon is the coolest thing I've ever seen in my life and you're my new best friend. And then when you guys can just go, we've gotta talk Star Wars Star Wars now. Okay, you can stay to all right. Then. Then we can all stay continue, rob. And then when I was three, my mom actually brought me to the local airport. They had a penny upon for kids to go flying, and that was my first actual flight. So as far back as I can remember, I've always been interested in aviation. Did you? You went on that first ride? Any idea what plane that was in your opinion? A long. I don't know who is Cessna or something, and I was three. So. Did you did you do the out of the model route at all? Did you get into that? I built model airplanes lots tweet places anything to do with aviation. I was excited about it, but then when I was a little bit older, my dad brought me an air show. I saw people flying upside down and that was it. I was hooked all the models were hanging upside down from the ceiling after that. I knew I had to fly some two. That's fantastic. So what was your path them to go from the kid with the upside down models to your first flying? Listen. What was your flight? Trans like actually went to Daniel ups a college, which unfortunately doesn't exist anymore, but that's where I got on my ratings and my degree in aviation in New Hampshire after hip. That's right. Learned to fly and. My freshman year. I met a gentleman at the airport. I was just walking around checking out airplanes names. Annette Crowley. Still to this day, had a beautiful Steen skiable. So I ask them if I could take a picture of it, news washing it and he's like, yeah, but we'd rather go flying. Yes, I actually upside down an airplane edges. Wow, reinforce everything I already knew. That's what I wanna do first time inverted. Was it something open cockpit? It has opened cock, and experimental and experimental. That's fantastic. So no apprehension about that at all? No feeling hanging from the strand different. That's very cool. You mentioned your dad took you to in their show your your. You remember who is at that her show by chance Leila Lodden slugger Leo is not at that one, but. So actually what sparked all that I was home sick from school watching TV like I wasn't supposed to van Halen dreams came on with the thought that was so cool. And then a few weeks later I saw an advertisement for the Rhode Island air show in the blues are coming to town. So I got my dad to Marie there. And when I showed up in people flying upside down the blues sues that this summer of eighty six when they were flying a force the last year they flew a force was eighty six eighty seven. I don't know, but they were if eighteen at the time. Okay, just eighty seven. Yeah, my reason I asked my my first airshow summer eighty six and they were the fours and van halen's dreams. Video is interesting when I when we walked into gates, the very first thing I saw was a fourteen and a special name doing a canopy to canopy pass. And I took a picture that I still have that picture my desk and years later I found out that the Tomcat drivers Dale snodgrass. Ask if that was north drive was a guy named Jim Parker, who's an old guy who's both from our really good friends now and years later, I was able to photo shoots with both canopy to canopy. So the pictures next to each other, that's the good stuff. Yeah, that's awesome. Cool. When it comes full circle. Well, we probably know why mentioned Leo Latin slogger, but airshow edge in in Arabic competitor seven time, and you just surpassed his record of he had seven years, national airbag championships, and now you've got eight. What was that? Like? It's pretty surreal. I never really set out to do this. Try to break any records, Ryan thing like that. I just set out to just keep trying to push myself to be the best that I can be just compared to myself, not anybody else, and it's been a long road and I just had managed to eight of them. So I mean, Leah's amazing seem fly twice, but if watched videos and stated him a lot, I used. He's definitely hero growing up still a hero now. So to surpass ad, it's, it just happened. It's a little survey. So it still hasn't quite sunk in yet use a hero to many of us, but I couldn't think of anyone better to break that record. So good on you. Thank you. That was it really interesting dense. Before we poor, we got started today and before you Shanghaied robbed, come join us. You said that that that very thing. And I think that's worth worth emphasizing that if it was just sort of, you know, some random person who came along and you know, kind of lucked into breaking the record. You wouldn't necessarily feel good about it, but but then it's very, very, very adamant that that robbed that you're somebody that everybody would root for and you're somebody that that we would all look at as as fans spectators and friends and say, you know, this is a guy who's who's earned it and deserves it. Appreciate, thank you. So let's back up for a second and talk a little bit about how the robotic competition works because I think. There's a lot of people in aviation, even very familiar with it that don't really understand how Inara a competition necessarily works. Can you talk a little bit about what the format is what you're scored on and then more importantly, how do you work up to that? How do you practice throughout the year and really have a routine that keeps you at that high level for now? Eight consecutive years. So Cup Tichenor of addicts. Hits the comparisons actually judged a lot like figure skating and it's made up of three different programs that explains the outfit. See him everybody, but. That's not even what it was going to say. Now it's been about three different programs. So there's what's called a known sequence, which is a sequences published digging the year for the category. Everybody flies the same thing as a free which you design yourself. It has to meet certain criterion. Number point, certain figures required and there's an unknown which you get twelve hours before you fly it. Nobody can practice just have to study it and go do it. And then the the combination of all three of them determines who the winner is. And as far as preparation assist, flying coaching, haven't people watch you in just, you know, just staying at it. I mean, it's it's, it's a pretty tough sport. So how do you, how do you do the coaching? Do you have somebody like come out to your practice box and you know, just just observed from the ground, give give you points back to the cockpit. So I've been pretty lucky these past few years. Like to know a really famous French coach name's cocoa and I bring him over from France, and he coached the French team years. They've been very successful. And yeah, he sits on the ground with a radio, and I mean, you brief everything before you fly and you go fly. He coaches you through the radio, get on the ground debrief it and go to again and try to do it better. How many Tony flights are how many hours do you think you practice per year. Exclusively this. I know you also have the air show progress. So I mean, a typical year for me is I spend the first three weeks, three or four weeks of the season usually in March time period. And I'll fly every day three times a day just to get back and flying the work up an issue, teen work, a little bit competition stuff and try to work on new things that I've been having the back of my mind in, then I practiced for every show practice in between shows were, can I love practicing? I mean you get better practicing, get better flying your shows, but then I'll take three weeks a year and dedicated to just competition practicing airshow flying in competition. It's similar but really two different worlds. It's figure skating anti skip aids really afford just won't go away. Well. So they're show is the icecapades. Fortunately, yes. Yeah, we gotta work on. Yeah, we got a better, but you know, I, I love it and I've never gonna let. So, yeah, take three weeks a year in just dedicated to competition practice and trying to get ready for the national or the world championships if they happen to be there. So between the world championships and your and your show routine, is that is that fulltime work for you? Yeah, that's all I do. I just lie shows for living. So I guess competition, technically, kind of hobbies, don't make any money out of. That's excellent. So. This year there was somebody had mentioned you may have flown a different airplane. Yes. Let's talk about the airplanes flown over the years. And then what led you to flying something different this year. Well, for afloat, a lot of different things have been pretty fortunate. But as far as issues start off in a special in us to see that I moved to a big engine ultimate by plane. Then I ended up in an AmEx to two seat, which eventually got a single seat, AmEx s now back in the two Sita mix too because my IMAX kind of died, but. I was taken off out of any kings rule. Beginning of this year, I just finished near show. There was set up to Louisiana in the engine blew up actually blew into two pieces Conaway Lecco. So I had the dead, stick it down to what I thought was a private. Stripped her not to be an abandoned strip knowing then, but an airplane here since nineteen ninety nine and is in Texas. So hurricane Harvey had left a piece of somebody's roof on the runway still had a direct TV intent on earth am. I can't be oil so I couldn't see. So I touched down. It was actually pretty good landing, but then I t boned that piece of roof landing gear ripped it off the airplane and slid to a stop. So I walked away. I was fine. Plane did his job and protected me, but the plane is no more man. That's tough. So I sold my ex to to mardi floor. No, he's in near battle competitor in two thousand twelve, and he was nice enough to let me leaseback airplane so I can finish out the season. That's cool. Any any challenges or any issues obviously you have, you've. Airplane quite a bit before, but anything tough about practicing in one airplane and having that that in being your mind, then having to switch airplanes unexpectedly kind. I mean, these places become an extension of you after a while. I mean, it's like a comfortable pair of pants, you know everything about it and for that plane go away and have to jump back into something else even though I've flown a previously, it's still been quite a few years. Sure. Yeah. Kind of had to relearn how to fly. We, my air show. It's a fantastic airplane, but it's not like single seater. CG's a little bit different on it. So it took a little bit of jesting when maybe Dennis give us back into more of the competition stuff in a second. But you mentioned as I've been very fortunate to fly things have certainly seen seen pictures of you and social media things you've, you know, you're at an air show and you get invited to fly with some cool stuff. Some pretty cool stuff. Give us a couple of examples just just enough to make us jealous but not enough to hit you. Again, I've been, I feel honored. I've been very, very privileged, but I've gotten a vita right in fifteen strike eagle. I've been at snowbirds twice up the blue angels once in could fly with under birds couple years goal, so so that blue strip in particular must have been pretty spectacular when you're talking about that early influence. Oh, yeah, yeah, absolutely. It was amazing. Now, have you ever ice skated to van Halen because for the other. No, you don't wanna see ice skates that don't turn over. But skis were as long as on airplanes only been at skews my feet. Once I made it about one hundred feet down the hill, broke my leg into places, and that was the end of that. So no skis my feet, excuse me airplanes just fine. So flying, safer, skiing. I, I time he signed someone off the Selo is on skis. Yeah, I I was on skis Todd, a little airport, Hampton airport, New Hampshire, two thousand foot grass strip, great place destruction there. We had to cubs extra to l. force, but we take one put on skis one would San wheels only plow half the runway knows flying a student intake off lanes on skis, doing great. Like to get this chance, go solo. I wonder how many times has happened over the years. That side of maybe Alaska seem rare to me offsets, especially your first student. That's very cool. I'm trying to talk rob into coming up here over to winter. Do some ski playing trading for for us to be very, to get back on some. It'd be great. But over the winner. Because this year you'll actually be stateside in the winner. But once tells a little bit about your wife as a pretty awesome job and what you do in the winters for last several years. I have a pretty awesome wife. Yes, she doesn't good job. So pass three, almost three and a half years. She's been a quadrupling and the Marshall Islands doing some important stuff out there work with military ballistic missile tracking space surveillance. And that's only the stuff she can tell me about, but I've spent the winters out there with her and then try to go out there like once during the summer, and that's pretty amazing. There's no flying, but the scuba diving is incredible. Show me some pictures this morning at breakfast with some unique fines. I think interesting story there. This really cool airplanes in that lagoon the end of the war, it was cheaper to just dump stuff in the water then bring it back. So within a small area, there's a whole squadron of PJ's is pray about fifty SPD donnas corsairs Wildcats hell cats TM's this three Martin Mariners down there. It's really cool on the southern side, ligament is operation. Flint lock was the big battle. Does lots of Japanese wrecks ships in airplanes some really cool rare stuff looks like some pretty amazing. Diving down there. It's unbelievable. Yeah. The water's eighty five degrees in hundred thirty feet down still eighty five degrees. Toast a little bit about how you would design a air show routine. That would be diff- I know there's many differences, but how would that be different in some ways from the from the competition routinely do. It's completely different. So with competition, it's all precision straight lines in trying to figure as perfect as you can quote, unquote, classically robotics and trying to impress the judges with pug you can be with their shows. It's to show you try to entertain people trying to inspire people. So it's not. I mean, there's precision there, but it's it's more about some of the flashy stuff in the tumbling and trying to hopefully show people things that didn't know an airplane can do. You're looking for stuff that that that visually impressive still requires quite a bit of skill, but as as has more of the welfare actor than you know a perfectly, you know, perfectly round loop or something like that. Exactly. Exactly. That makes sense for somebody who's interested in getting into competition aero Bex. Seems like there's a few barriers to entry there. What's the easiest way in for for somebody who, let's say they're, they're fairly new pilot. They're they're interesting in getting into into Arab Addicks. So there's a lot of really good airbag flight schools out there. You can look up if you go to icy or call him, go on the website. They actually have a list of constructors near Vetik schools that are out there. But yeah, that's the first step is funding. Constructor finding Medicare plan. You can rent to get some lessons in and learn from someone good of how to stay safe and how to do things. Right. And then it's just a matter of doing it building experience getting time in the cockpit, get involved in the icy here national club come to some regional contests, and there's different categories to sports. The first categories called primary, which is just the real basic fundamental maneuvers. The next step is sportsman or it's kinda sane, but as more figures to do in the sequence than this intermediate, which they start adding more elements. The figures like just loop might be a loop of the role on top of it or stop real advanced gets more advanced and pushing more snap roll type stuff than there's unlimited flying now, which is just kind of all out as hard as you can get. So particularly in the in the kind of primary and sportsman category, they're a lot of folks who are either in a club or partnership or something that makes you know having access to an aircraft like that easier. Yeah, there are some. There's a lot of people don't airplanes Locklear partner planes that people just rent airplanes from the school that they happened to be at you in d. has a flight program and they have a decathlon that they bring to some contest. A lot of their students come down and participate. They were here for the US nationals. So this does multiple avenues to to get involved, just have to find the one that's right to you. I think a lot of people have sort of surprised. You know certainly here locally you know the local community finds out that we're having the the national erotic championships, and so they'll start calling us. They wanna come because they want to come see the air show. And I think people are surprised that this I don't wanna say it's it's not a great spectator sport, but it's really not designed to be a spectator sport. Would you agree with that? Yeah, that's a big difference between an air show in a competition to the air show you watching however many acts fly different type acts and different elements of aviation or the competition. You're gonna watch for particular category, maybe thirty pilots findings axiom thing and it just who flies a better. And what are your minimum altitude in typical aerobatic competition? What's that dimensions of a box boxes thirty, three hundred thirty, three hundred thirty. Five hundred feet tall. Okay. And the floor of it depends on the category. So sportsmen and primaries fifteen hundred feet unlimited. Twelve hundred feet advances. Six hundred sixty feet and unlimited as one hundred meters. Which ends up being like three hundred and twenty eight feet. So even the even the lowest is still obviously nothing like what we're used to seeing? Yes. Airshows down the dirt else to right, which there's a lot of very obvious reasons reasons why that's the case. So. After the the national championships now, does this what position does is put you in terms of of international and world competition? So I made the US robotic teamed again because placing because I came in, I actually makes me captain of the team. The next world championships will be next August in a Chateau, ru, France. So now it's up to the team to stop practicing, getting ready and make the preparations go over there and see what we can do enough idea how many countries send teams to the the national. There were typical varies, but typical world championship is usually about sixty pilots from about seventeen or eighteen different countries while. Who were the ones who are the really the ones to beat the French. Really? Yeah, the French outstanding. Interesting. They have a very good program over there. After team is actually military and their their fulltime. Military job is to be air about a competition pilots. That's hardly seems fair. But what the Russians Russians do these days the Russians used to be outstanding. They still have a couple of really good individuals on the team, but as a team itself and not as strong as it used to be interesting. Was there any sort of mentor who helped bring you up there about IX. A lot of people actually. So my first airbag job was actually teaching our bags of my Julia flight school and Bedford mass. And from there, that's what I learned you could flare banks have other people pay for it. So I ended up starting my own airbag school, and that's what snowball detail shows and everything else. But. Lots minute. I mean, I just I've always approach people s questions and. I think what of the biggest things I did. I've always tried to watch everybody else. And then as far as actual like the issue teams not do what they do seems like everyone's always trying to copy the other guy, and I didn't wanna fly out of a base was final and apply something different. So there's a lot of good lessons. Lot of good procedures you can learn from these people, but it was more about, okay, he's doing that. So what can I do this different? We'll you certainly have several maneuvers that are your sort of trademarked if you will route Holland specials. U. n. a. had, how do you come up with that? How do you do that process? It's a disease. I mean, I got the luxury words, my fulltime job that I can think about fulltime. I don't have to think about going in the office or anything like that. But you know, you wake up at two in the morning with a thought, and you had gone on your plan can do whatever. So I'll just think about it for months before even trying to airplane the dynamics gyroscope IX what could go wrong could go right to inputs, and then eventually go up really high and try airplane in nine times ten of going, no airplane. Ken. But every now and then you stumble upon something and then just have to work in grow it and make it safe, make routine, and then you can stick your show. It's it's interesting. You mention Guliani earlier because I remember when you were a newer in this business and Mike was helping Geico and and I remember now watching Mike watch you fly and it's fun to see that relationship and how you guys have been able to stay type through the years Salata. Anybody knows Mike, you knows he's just a person, so he's helped a lot of folks get started his list, credible pilot. Absolutely. But one of the other, you know, we also we, we do get to have some fun in this business and never talk about us to civic maneuver that we did this Air Act if you will, that we did this year Nash cash down this kind of fund the atom, which believe started in Jacksonville a couple years ago, we were talking the pay. Patriots. Bill Stein. Take us through heavy atom came to be in what it is all the actually start off as the the ribbon cut, but. Again, just kinda came came later yet is just trying to think outside the box is something different. There's a lot of air show performance do ribbon cousin verdict knife-edge, and it's all cool. But how do you take that to the next level but safely? So I kinda thought, well, what if you hung a ribbon between skydivers cut it that way? And then Bill Steiner's, Amy, south thing, but more. So what if you hung did opposing between skydivers? So we work at the patriot jump team. They're fantastic. Worked out all the, you know, the routine to it and how to do in the safety and introduced gosh. So you have three guys with two ribbon strung between them and parachutes about five hundred feet. They'll Stein. I come in opposing each other knife, Asian, cut the ribbons between those those fun to see two years in the making that actually work at the Scott. Very cool. We'll have to do that again. Okay. That was that was absolutely incredible. And you see something like that as a spectator, or at least a non-participant and. My first thought is, well, I would love to have been in the room when this was first suggested and where people was anybody laughing. Did anybody look at this and say, well, that's right after the raccoon attack. For another podcast. Usually it was something that comes up. People do kind of laugh. And then after a while they like, actually, you know, that might be something might actually work. I've got no recruit attack. Is that, oh, it's me such code for something or if there wasn't actual raccoon involved will in two thousand four, there's an actual raccoon. But this was there is a simulated raccoon evolved in the tack that occurred two years ago. All the raccoon one. Let's just the other hot cast their. Getting your subtle hints here, Dennis drop the record. Still. A little bit a trivia for you. I. I don't know if you had worked out yet, but on a previous episode of the green dot after we momentarily forgot our chemistry. We figured out that you were recreating a helium atom. Okay. About two electrons that make sense. And did we get on the episode? Yeah, I thought it was oxygen originally, but yet helium each. Yeah, but there was action. So how many protons neutrons are in that? Oh gosh. So you only got three. Well. Gosh, you're put me on the spot for like chemistry. I remember fifteen years. We'll have to figure that one out but will include a diagram of the helium atom in the blog post of the company. Yeah. And then we let the listeners sort of figure out which. You know which person plays which component? Absolutely. Yeah. We always, you know, part of our job here DA's to advocate the kids going to science and math, and I always tell the kids to not fall my example. Interesting because Thomas seriously, like when the smartest guys on the planet, it's a very, this is I'm a taking. I am not and watching Tom, not quite have the, here's something I don't see often. So Tom is is not actually a chemist. But he excels it, everything else we throw them into. So that's true flattery, but. Up next on that we love Tom, our. Well. The coming back to to to earth for a second here. The previously the airbag championships were held for a long time in Texas. Correct. And then for the last two years, we've had it here in in Oshkosh kind of kind of bring it home to to door headquarters here, obviously, being a division of EA. AA. He just flying wise probably aren't too many differences. Maybe a little bit weather as you're experiencing right now. But any other big differences between the two venues as it has been working out pretty well here in Oshkosh? Yeah. I mean, there's there's differences in this. I mean, Texas was a great venue and it served the icy well for a lot of lot of years. Eventually the report, I mean, just getting built all it's getting more busy, so it's hard to have a competition there. So we had find a new home and what better home for the I c than Oshkosh, which is home. So I mean the facilities, a great people. Great people very welcoming. Last year, there was a couple of small hiccups that we worked out and it was much better this year. But I mean, even with that last year, a completely successful championship. We had another successful one this year. So I think it's been great, a love the facilities, the venue. So now that the competition behind talked a little bit about going to the world championships. Now, this position being captain the team. What are the details of that look like? Do you? Are you getting team together to be practicing together? What is what does that actually mean? And steps through those details from now until that competition, France. So we already have a team. It's turned by the top placers in the unlimited category if they try out for the team. So the team established and now it's a matter of hopefully trying to a little bit fundraising. So it's not so much pocket because it's mostly out of pocket to get there. And yeah, we'll put together some training camps train as a team, have a coach over to train us and then trying to get airplanes over there and do the competition. Now when you competing as part of a team, we're still talking about flying individual performances, correct? Yes. It's not like formation. So it's it's a bunch of individuals competing individuals, but the top three places per team, this scores get combined to have the team standing. And where the judges come from, are they all French? Because especially not all French, there are their international judges. They're supposed to be independent from the teams as a US judge that goes over there. So this usually seven to nine judges from multiple different countries. And you know that that raises the question. I've always wondered about two as we talked about the altitudes that in any competition, these are flown higher, I think than than a lot of people might expect all the judge has done from the ground. Are the judges all expert aerobatic pilots or is there a different skill set involved? Can you be? Can you be a really good judge without necessarily being able to to be the best pilot out there? Absolutely. It's a complete different skill set. I think sometimes actually being a really good about being judgment a little bit of bias in there because, but I mean that's a different conversation, but yet there's there's some really good judges. They tend to see all things. Supposed to see. Unfortunately. But yeah, I have a question arrest. Every country used arrest. He has the dander international standard and maybe our listeners some not know what arrestees arrested is way of drawing figures and air back maneuvers into sequence. You can look at and Bill kind of sight read as you go. So every nation uses arrest. -i as standard arrest. He could be considered the language that unites the world. That's that's pretty tennis, but aviation in a sense could be the bridge to bring world peace. Well, pilots away from we all speak the same language, right? That's right. But I hope actually, you know what enough of the world peace. I hope you guys go over there destroy and when. Say, I didn't think that Dennis of all people would be. For very long. Last long I tried to be comfortable for me in the words of Clint Eastwood, shut your face hippie. Nobody's ever said that. The first time for everything. Yeah. So rob, you flown airshows you flown aerobatics both very successfully is, is there one or the other that you that you prefer doing that you have more fun doing or is it kind of different aspects of different of of either kind of happy? I actually had asked that a lot. It's really good question. And I, I really liked both of them equally. I issues I love the the creative side of it. I like trying to come up new things trying to push the envelope trying to just really evolve the sport to make it better, hopefully in the future than it is now. And with the competition, I enjoyed the the discipline of it, the perfection of it in the self improvement of trying to make myself the best pilot that I can be. So it's I don't like one more than the other. They're, they're different, like a multi. That's. That's awesome. I mean the the competition side at imagine there's a lot of, like you said, there's a lot of satisfaction and getting, you know, getting something mastered. And I guess the flip side of that is that nobody really knows that you have that mastery except for, you know, kind of the relatively small aerobatic community while we're as the air show side is completely different. Let me give the mastery. I asked it breakfast today. If eight and done anything more to prove you're going to go for ten nice round number. What did you say rob? Well, I never really set out to prove anything except for the myself and how good can I make myself compared to myself. I don't as as long as it's fun. I'm going to keep doing because at the end of the nets, really it's all about if it's not fun, what's the point? So you know, I'm gonna go into the world's, and then I'll come back to nationals again and whatever the results are. They are, but as as long as I'm having a good time doing l. keep competing. That's awesome. That's fantastic. And then tell us about here. What do you know about your upcoming airshow schedule? Have anything fall more shows left this year? I'm trying to get the Prescott Arizona, which is why I'm here. I now trying to get there and then I have Fort Worth, Texas, Jacksonville, Stuart Florida. Okay. And then do you have a good idea. You're for next summer. Does that all just happen that I cast? I usually most of my schedule. It's not all of it done before cast. So I had most of the next year. We do know that you can see rabbit. I sky should do thousand eighteen next excellent. Invited back early. Y'all heard it here. First of of any particular feature traction at adventure, twenty teens, the triumphant return of rob Holland. I like to put that trial. Again. Yeah, anyway. So we one last question for you. Rob, it's it's it really resonates with me. You know, they give you as a kid and having these early experiences and that seeing the blue angels and that being a thing that really, really hit you an inspired you, do you ever stop and think that now you're the one doing the inspiring that that there's kids out there that are watching you and saying, I want to do what that guy does. I mean, that's kind of part of two awesome is trying to inspire. So I was inspired as a kid and I got to follow on film. I dreams I hit a planet, never had a plan b. People fall back on plane beaks easier. Just don't have one just plan a, then you have to do it unless you're flying across country or something. Have it alternate. That's okay. Yeah. Well, plan as the be safe. Right? So to stay with safe that. So yeah, to to just try to get back, inspire people to pursue what they wanna do, whether they wanna fly or whether. To be a firefighter or a doctor, whatever. Just if you you have a goal and dream just gopher, don't lending until you otherwise. Do you talk to kids after you fly inertia performance? I do try to get to the crowd line, shake in sign autographs, Dr kids. Absolutely. That's gotta be pretty rewarding. Right. That definitely definitely. Excellent. All right. Well, we can't thank you enough again for for coming in joining us today, especially on such short notice it's, you know your loss with the weather was definitely our gang. It's pleasure being thanks and and Dennis thanks to you for for being the first to officially transition from from guest to guest host this. It's yeah easier. You're not on the spot. You just make him human the questions to talk as much. Well, done. Well, speaking of thanks, thanks to everybody out there for listening. Thank you for the great reviews on I tunes all of the feedback that we get on our blog posts and on social media. Keep on listening out there, subscribe on Google play or Stitcher, itunes, wherever you choose to consume your podcasts, keep that feedback coming in. 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Well, we don't even care about our two more stops. Do. I don't even know what they are now. So I think one Sardenia and Sicily. Oh, where we've been have we been Disley wasn't that the one play out of the four corners. So we'll see maybe we'll get off a lot. Maybe and get off jobs sardines. I'm not sure, but we could you never know we might need sardines US. Yeah. Well, isn't art are Denia? Well, I mean, there's a super beautiful beaches there. So I think we're going to try, but do you like large sardines like if they were like? Unroll? The can I like sardines in the can from the versus from them gals know why I got I mean, how will you eat them. Well, you can eat them with. You eat them with hot sauce. You can eat them with peanut butter them on crackers. You sardines are really really really good for you like Sobat. So what would you do with peanut butter like put it in San you go, you know, fucking. Oh, you can't put it with Brad. You put it on a cracker. You can put a peanut butter and hot sauce. You can put it with mustard peanut butter. There's different combinations that sound gross. But when you have it, it's not so fishy. There's something with the peanut butter in like a hot sauce like a Saracho or more vinegary hot sauce that Scud, and it's like sardines are like really really good for you. Well, I had no idea. I knew you like sardines, but I don't know that you ate them with peanut butter, and whatever I let not sure how I feel about sardines. Well. We are unenthusiastic travelers at best. And now I think at the end of cruises were like Blake downright hostile about leaving the boat. We're like mad that we have to go have fun, right? Like, how dare you have a stop? Yeah. I don't wanna get off. We get off the boat. Don't make me get another boat to go to the thing because I've already just been on. But we but we've gotten used to doing it anyway. Yes, you have to like it's a job. Will you do have to because if you don't then you stay on the boat the whole time, and then you realize you never got off the bus, and you're like, I just went on a cruise to XYZ, and I never actually saw XYZ never even at all not one of them. So we're trying to be better about seeing x y and z. Yeah. And I have to say, I think this cruise has might be the most productive of all of them, which is ironic since we've been in our feelings we. Yeah. This is like our crew. So now, we know and multiples fucking cool. Yeah. Was cool multiple school. It's like a five thousand year old city, which is exciting, and we went to and of course, you're like this is older than Israel, while if something like Israel like that old because I mean, a place that's of years old is, you know. Plus, this place is all one color that we think might use to be white. I mean, it's fake. It's definitely island. It's an archipelago kind of like off the coast of Italy in Greece. Yup. It's not Greece or Italy. No, it's its own country. Maltese? However, we did learn that the people of Malta. Our descendants or or come from mainly Sicily. Okay. So they're so they're very very Italian. Okay. However, they are also their own country. I don't think they would say the recently Greek to me because I always thought I thought Malta was part of Greece. Always. Yeah. I mean, I definitely look out the window and see more of Greece than Italy because Greece remote would remind me more of the Middle East. So that seventy more Middle Eastern than it is a talion. But this is why you travel because I thought it's droves Greece Malta God Buckeye off trial. But that's true. And I never one second ever thought in my mind. You never wanna go Malta. You didn't neither definitely Denver when we were in Greece before last two summers ago. I was kinda bummed. We didn't that there wasn't a Malta. Stop to other people go to Malta, I thought it was Greece. So and I was like mall. We didn't go to Malta, but I would definitely wanna come back here. Yeah. Yes. This is I think this is a destination. We will get married here. It's like a thing. Okay. But okay, we went to a restaurant though, a good whole restaurant. I mean on the water that okay? We want to give a shout out to Jade are patriotic member named Jade hell, the girds immersive about the patriotic ma'am, you, so as you know, patriot is a place that you can go for extra dumb, gay politics banter and discussions and talking where we don't actually talk about politics. We talk about everything else. But politics, we talk shit. We talk about life, which is about trips we talk about, but we don't talk about the patriots. That's the one thing. We don't talk about. Thank God on this podcast. We want you to know about the patriots because the patriarch is the reason that this podcast exists because the patriot year pay that's why it's called pay tree. That's right. So patriot. And it's a cheap. It's she, and it's only it really if you wanted the the least you can spend as a. Dollar an episode, and it's the best dollar you'll never ever spent and it's an hour long. So one of our patriots. Friends Jade, yes, she send us a message on patriot. And said that she would give us her New York Times her digital to New York Times has four. Yes. Because as we know you can only read four articles. Yeah. Meek or something on the Washington Post and times all of which is all bullshit because there's a million free websites. You can go to end up reading everything for this podcast ends up. All my FOX. Yeah. Vox, salon Asli Politika NPR doing now the roots. I mean CNN, but we moved fucking the post, but we don't have it. But Jade offered us New York Times. So we're here she offered like a month ago or something. She's like, oh Gerke if you guys need, I'll give you my password don't make fun of my fucking bookmarks. Oh my God. This like girl is going to give us her password. And then we never dealt with it because it was at the beginning of the month. We had our articles. And then we're here. There was an article New York Times called thirty six hours in Malta waiting to do it. Fucking denied me. I said, Nope. Nope. Nope. Let me get fucking Jade on the horn. Bichat us the password within an hour. Oh, she was right on it. And we were on the shit. She as word to GP. That's cool. You know, what I think we're going to stop during the patriots. Just when you think you're going to end up quitting this that censeo comes. And you think I can't we can't we have to keep doing Jade. I mean, you really he saved us. We were like fuck this noise. Yeah. Let's quit. The podcast. Jade said now, I'll give you my New York Times. And we were on that like we were like New York. Socialite literati gut audio gonna printed it out and brought it with me and folded it up one does when are in New York New York Times. But thank you Jade, and thank you New York Times. Because we every story we're telling here now today, every we're we're all we're all New York Times all day. Fuck Washington Post Washington books. That's right now since we've been on this cruise we have four channels in the room, right? And one of them is MSNBC and one of them's FOX, so or nine hours ahead nine hour were MSNBC and FOX in the middle of the night. I think yet United which is the next day. Right. Wait. We're in the middle of the night. Young our live right in back rice eight now, I still scroll through the TV as if there's more channels. However, there's four so there's no castle for you. There's no Kardashians. Like that loan. Oh, we had all know e- says nine hundred any live in t t yet another thing usually that's the thing with TV nothing usually you'd have an e or even TNT. That's why I watch castle is on TNT ours. So even a USA we'd go or USA, maybe two. I don't know. Exactly. We would burn notice yet braver it'd be noticed nearest that fucking shirt. Fucking just whatever. So we did so two nights ago perusing in the news John McCain dies while around the cruise big happen on the work feelings feelings feelings self centered self centered self Senator John McCain dies. Now, we go like this talk about us for an hour. Let's take a break in dip into John McCain being down. Now, we go us. John McCain became very us. John McCain John McCain gets played out. We're sick of John McCain go back to is zero w didn't right. I'll Vietnam Meghan McCain. Cindy, McCain married with her eight year year because you can. Watch the view you go fucking like oh my God. Yeah. I cannot now I need to I'm going to have like should at the view. She'll be in the next week. Hard so hard. So he dies then we realized that we're going back and forth feeling Jinja. So now, I'm deciding let's see what Fox News is saying about John McCain because you think Fox News would be well because John McCain VC is only only to the point where we're now board of John McCain bet. Yeah. Because the only other thing was Trump's NATO thing with Mexico or even as a fake thin shooting. Oh, right. The Jacksonville or the game game or shooting. The guy got mad and shot people at the video game thing. But yes, I mean, basically MSNBC literally was the John McCain channel like straight up. So that there's only so much. We can take quite well, there's only so much. You can say I mean, we we got it. We got it. And the people in come on. He was you know, an I we we know we know that we felt we felt it and go to the John McCain documentary on HBO, it's really really good. And we already covered that the for. So that that's right. And I did and I honor him I already on it. Thought he was dead, quite frankly from that. Well, he wasn't. So I was like die. All righty. Oh, he's I think he's I think he had died out. You know what? I mean. I thought the documentary was whatever it was my bad right now. No. But he he was so it's been a slow road for him in good for him. Because he got to have all his final say's. And yeah, that's probably good for him. And he as we know we did on her him. We liked him find whatever. Now, I thought Fox News would be even going further because they're conservative and they're looking John McCain, right? He was prior to Trump. Let's say back in two thousand like three when O'Reilly was his rapist, heighten John McCain was probably the poster boy for Fox News, quite frankly. Yeah. Well, he's the maverick the rebel. He's not part of the swamp. All the Varsha about defense. Money loves alright international. Mutt? I read some really good Coon. I mean, he does have some good quotes about war since he was a. W? However, he remote me reminds me of dead. I just want you to know. Mom, I think of your debt, I think that's physically. Yes. Something about the way looks and talks. Yeah. It's me. Because he looks like your death. Yeah. He loves why like when he was a handsome and young to know. Yeah. Because he probably an asshole like him too. But it's fine. It's fine. Mom, you know, you know, FOX when we went to I went I needed to see what FOX was doing. Because I thought they were going to be like all over that shit. I want you to know that FOX because of the fact that John McCain was actually against Trump. We realized that FOX is in fact, not covering John McCain at all. And because wait John McCain said t didn't want Trump to come the funeral. John McCain, a Trump isn't invited to his funeral straight up. You are not like a card came to Trump's personal address and said, hey, hi, you're disinvited. You are not invited to my funeral. What do I want remembered by by not inviting you're out? Yeah. Funeral. I mean, not invited to the funeral. So there's not only that. But of course, Trump said the thing about McCain. He only likes her. He only likes were heroes that are captured. Right. He they never agreed on anything. John McCain was the deciding vote on. The healthcare it the thumbs down that he went in like God damn Caligula walking put his thumb down walked out. And he's he's been against Trump. Then he died and. Between the Fox News thing. Also at the same time, which we didn't necessarily realize or they the White House and only flown the flag right after my Aloes for flag. Fly solo the flat who takes five flag halfway up the flagpole. Right. Okay. And you're supposed to do it for like a I don't know. I think this will do for literally like a week while you would certainly do it from the time the person's dead till the time that they're buried. Okay. He does it Trump for like half a day. John McCain dies in the middle of the night. Unlike whether it's Friday or Saturday, it's a middle of the night because we're here. And it's the daytime here the White House. Does the flag for six hours and is done. Right. And every single news person is like the fuck. They're horrified that the flag is flying high. And then right behind is the Washington Monument with all the flags how it way down the five Paul, right? Well, not the White House. Trump was like eating a burger being like at the ship. And then what was Fox News doing? Fox News was covering. Their main story was a white trash house that was burning down. And there are six kids six crystal meth kids inside that the one firemen or wasn't in five minutes. A policeman was like other people inside. And then he went in ran in got the people out, and that was their huge story. Literally for the last two days. That's been the main thing also covered the shooting then the shooting the game gamer shooting they're doing small packages on John Miller small on MSNBC doing nauseam. I'm talking about fifteen guests on morning, Joe. If everyone talking about him, oh, just broke can't even I mean, he's got his glasses off and so into it then because of this Julie's like dying that she's like look at this, Fox News or not even covering it. They're not even covering it. They're barely covering up. Then they then put the flag. Yeah. No thank now because every single person and this is like according to like sources like Sarah, Huckabee Sanders. Everyone is like dude brought up your this is embarrassing. Look insane. Yeah. Can't do this everyone in Washington is doing the halfway flag up. We're not doing it. So now three days later. He's like, wait. He's his body see composing through a magazine happy and let's do the flag. I mean, it's just so then the flag went back down. And but the only thing the White House did for McCain was they said, Ivanka, oh good old is I'll give the robot statement, Ivanka Avangard bought to give a statement about what a patriot McCain was Trump, basically did one tweet and said condolences to the families clearly someone else to concoct short because it was it was it was suspect. It was his publicist. I was very short. Yeah. So you know, they have they have done literally nothing. Meanwhile, he had an evangelical dinner gap praising him Trump. I mean, while everyone's talking about McCain Trump did evangelical dinner which turned into like a campaign rally. Yeah, it's pretty grotesque. And regardless of whatever you feel about John McCain. I mean, the the guy was a goddamn Senator thirty years is what did isn't regardless of whatever you feel whatever you feel you'd better get fucking goddamn board. Because this is an ambulance jumping. This is like. American yet. You should luck hydra tire your so there's that everyone who was fucking wrong should have been oh snap. Hold on a sack the guy. That was cool. That was cool. I was a good good guy. And he didn't die while we're almost cruise boring, and we wish there was something going on. But there is I know so now it's time for I of the shit store. Summation put up on the wall chicken. Bitch shit off of the. In glass. Take some book put up on the board. All right. So we're on a boat in the middle of the ocean. Just doing our best not to get drunk every second of the day. And you know, what that's the real shit storm. That's not getting drunk, but in terms of politics, the ship storm of the week was the one two punch of the Manafort verdict and Michael Cohen pleading guilty and immediately giving up Trump. Okay. So Paul Manafort was Trump's campaign chairman and through the Muller investigation was charged with all these white collar financial crimes, including money laundering, and Bank fraud. Okay. Yeah. Then he was found guilty this week in Virginia of eight counts. And though technically that has nothing to do with Trump. Metaphor actually has another trial coming up in a couple of weeks in DC, and that trial does have to do Trump and Russia. Yes, God is so many men many fort many sports trials, he still hasn't even been sentenced for the trial in Virginia. And now he's about to start all over again in DC and this time he's charged with witness, tampering and working as a foreign lobbyists. The thing with his trial is that since they will be all in his foreign Russian Ukrainian business. Mothers basically trying to find out if Manafort worked with Russia and help them interfere in the two thousand sixteen election. This this listen closely. This is the collusion, and it seems pretty clear that he colluded. Yeah. Well, I mean, he was Trump's fucking campaign chair and he had serious longtime ties to Russia. Okay. He had worked for and is super indebted to a rush. Russian oligarch named Oleg Darah pasta. He has an employee named Constantine kill a minute, which that's not enough that guy Allston think you'll million acclimate don't do nothing with ration Constantine cer- Kirk Seru less or go low. No from American idol Costa de modo's. My cousin was name. I know in this show rock rock and roll for ages. You know that show. So this guy Constantine. He was like basically a Russian like CIA guy. He's like a Russian intelligence agent. This guy who works for Manafort. Okay. Then he works in Ukraine all that stuff for that guy. It was for the country's pro Russian political factions like he's in the Ukraine, but it's all about like the pro right, Russia work guy. So and that's not forget he was also at the infamous Trump Tower meeting with Don, jR, and all the Russian. I mean the fake adoption, right? That was only for adoption. So now in the same week that Paul Manafort is found guilty and will be sent. Synced to as much as eighty years in prison. Michael Cohen Trump's personal lawyer who incidentally, also has ties to Russia has pled guilty to violating campaign finances life as Ukrainian PS and his brother's wife's Ukrainian from Ukraine born arrays. I mean, both of them. I mean, I mean, I mean the so he pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws by paying stormy Daniels and Trump's other playboy mistress to stay quiet before the election. And since there's an actual tape of the conversation. He admitted to prosecutors that Trump knew he paid those women he requested it he approved it, and he paid for it. So yeah, he fucking knew about remember that tape, right? He's it's the tape where he recorded the conversation. Yeah. And he was like almost Joya. What are we going to pay? Right. So and I thought that Trump I don't know if it was Trump or Michael Cohen or Don jR, but I thought somebody told at the FBI that they didn't know about that payment. Now, you're lying to the FBI. And now, you're right. And so that put right. Yep. So okay. So now that Trump here's the deal. Trump sees Michael Cohen giving up. Up the candy to get a plea deal. Okay. Michael Cohen has now told prosecutors that. He's now given up Trump. So he can get a lesser sentence. Right. So Trump sees him doing that. And he's completely fucking stress that Paul Manafort in the other trial on that's coming up in DC that he's going to put his Russia collusion business on Front Street. Now, the next trial he sinking himself Michael Collin? Did it Paul manafort's? Definitely gonna do it. Obviously, the Russia collusion, all it's all Paul Manafort. Yup. So he's tweeting out and ask kissing tweet, which are basically just one step away from promising Paul Manafort apart. Here's what Trump tweeted after the guilty verdict, quote, I feel very badly for Paul Manafort at his wonderful family. He's literally guilty of like a thousand inches of Bachar ges. Eight counts. I'm sorry. Eight counts guilty found guilty of canes on an money lava. Yep. Right. Justice took a twelve year old tax case. How dare we go back and take out take a case? Among other things applied tremendous pressure on him. And unlike Michael Cohen, he refused to break makeup stories in order to get a deal such respect for a brave, man. So he's actually tweeting out a message, which is like I respect you for not going or the deal for taking right but life in your mouth shut but manafort's still has not been sentenced like he's been charged. But he doesn't know what his sentences gravy, like eighty years could still give deal for that. Yeah. And he's trying so then and here's the team Rudy Giuliani Guliani just so you if you guys know, he's Trump's new personal lawyer. He Michael Collins done, it's it's Rudy Guliani. He told the Washington Post that this is like a whole move that they did. So he tells the Washington Post that Trump asked him about pardoning Manafort, I mean, this is a quote from Guliani to the post. Trump asked him about partying Manafort and Guliani fulltime they should wait until after the molar investigation is complete. So that's basically Trump sliding into manafort's DM's and telling him yogurt, I'm going to slap a big part in on that tight ass. That's what that is. That's sliding in the DM's letting them know your pardon is coming for you. Right. So okay. So then if they waited till after the Mueller investigation, and he does pardon him wouldn't that be? That's not obstruction of Justice. That's Justice has been served. Okay. And he's any way you slide into your guy. Sees that Titus and gun. Partnered auditor tell him you're going to pardon him. You're now obstructing Justice, you're preventing Justice from being served, right? But they're they're they're covering their tracks by saying you can pardon him. But you gotta wait till Justice. And there are also doing it by Giuliani doing it and not Trump right now. Trump's kind of doing. It with the tweets. Right. You know, saying what a great man, he didn't fall for the deal. And then he did an interview with whatever it wasn't NBC or whoever that interview was with where Trump where he was like, it should be a legal for people to make plea deals. Give up people for deals he was like that should be a legal GI. That's like the hall. That's like basically the whole entire department is how that works. I mean, I at this point stormy Daniels getting paid who cares up. That's not even he's not even worried. He no he's he are any admitted to it now. Yeah. Does matter and said oh Cup campaign finance violations are nothing. Nobody gets impeached for that is nothing, but a slap on the wrist and a fine. Obama had a huge one Obama had the biggest one supposedly in the history of presidency was like three hundred seventy five thousand dollars. It's the biggest fine anyone's hat, but. Campaign finance violations are. They're all doing it. It's mercer's. It's cuffs. It's. Yes. Fact, they all are doing it. Well, Michael Colin has said that Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting with Don jR, in the Russian right there. He's busting him out as far as like a lot of things he said, he didn't know about. And that is obstruction of Justice. When you're you can't live in the you can't lie under oath. It's like Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton was really technically impeached, but like you can't lie under out. So he's he hasn't technically been under oath. And even if you go in front of like, you know, any of these like. Like congressional hearings those aren't really technically under oath, but he's been lying about all this. He knew about the Trump Tower meeting. He knew about the story Daniels payment it's lie after lie. So right. That's stuff's coming out. Michael Cohen knows all the tea and he scared and he's coming from Michael Cohen and Michael Collins going to fucking turn states evidence. And he doesn't give up he's gonna sing like a canary. 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And it's just latest talking latest stuff and today, we're joined by our funny friend and feminist role model Erin Gibson, Aaron is one half of the Uber popular sickeningly funny podcast throwing shade. She's a super talented actress model comedian writer producer and just overall creative teenage force to be reckoned with. Let's right. She's legit has a million credits, including having her own affecting TV show, which is something most of the population, including probably us will never ever get to say. And now she's added another once in a lifetime accomplishment to an already incredible career. She wrote a book, I cannot I like literally can't fucking take that that you wrote a book. So the book is called feminazi the complicated women's guide to surviving the patriarchy without drinking herself to death. It'll be available everywhere on September. Forth, but you can go to feminazi dot com and pre-order that shit, right? Motherfucking now, and you can do it on Amazon you can preorder. But I don't know if maybe where the money, let's go to feminazi dot com for the money's sake. Okay. And you should get it. And I'm not just saying. Yes. No. And it was a good read an important Riyadh. So without further. Fucking do. We're so happy to welcome lady. We can officially call a threats Erin Gibson passable model. Did you knew I wasn't model in eighth grade? I assume do you know predatory modeling agencies where they go in. And they say you're tall you should like Barbas on. Yeah. But it was a knockoff Barbara's on told me get a nose job when I was in junior high. The pictures. I have. Yeah. I mean because we are telling you, of course, you're model. And I mean, of course, have been were forced to do some kind of fucking and by the way, anti modeling and modeling acting. I think of in print ad is real people. I'm laying right? Exactly. Actual model. Exactly for drinking. Yeah. Bring up for you to have some. Okay. So I we, but I love this book so hard. I really really did. I'm not just saying that this is like, and this is the first interview we've done for for dumb gave politics or ever where like we're interviewing somebody who wrote a book yet. But so I was like oh my God. What is this going to be going into this, and I have a long and complicated history with the word feminist and the whole thing. So I didn't know how I was gonna feel and I just want to hear your can I hear it. It is. Well, it really it's sort of like didn't know this about you, it it goes back to like mainly will I as you know, from Texas, alike, whatever, but really started when Hillary and Obama were in the primaries. I voted for Obama in those primaries. And I was like getting a lot of feedback about that from for men saying like who wanted Hillary or I guess saying like how how could you? Why wouldn't and maybe even women too. Well, how could you vote for the man over the woman? And so I started feeling like I would ask if we talked to different like feminist authors. We've talked to like a couple huge one yet. Julie Bendel, and what's the other one? Megan Megan early yet. Megan Markle, Megan Murphy, and I would always ask the question. Like, can you be considered a feminist if you voted for for Obama over Hillary, and like base, they you know, like they they said, yes the Cavs. Yes. Yeah. You know, like, I just I don't feel like I I don't know. I just have a complicated history with it. So I thought I feel like your book is really really really important for for mainly like people like me. That's what I was gonna ask you this is my first question, but I was gonna tell tell our fourteen listeners like what what would you say the Justice of the book? Well, it's basically. I've been kind of saying it's a love letter to eighteen year old me who was obsessed with Dixon. Cigarettes, just take a second. And look at all the ways that you are marginalized in the world by forces. You might not see and understand that you have the power to change those things I loved I'm using comedy to trick people into carrying about that stuff. So I think I do think the book is for people who are already very like militantly feminist. But what I hope is that people who aren't like that can see the ways they can be like that without that aren't just the regular like abortion, and you definitely wrote. And I think I think it can I think it does appeal to the those people who maybe don't think that they're feminists or whatever. Because all you're doing is putting what you did in the book, which was so great and using humor. And all that stuff is basically putting laying out in a very basic terms and not just being feminist, but just being empowered in your own self. That's all the, you know, I I read a lot of that stuff. And it was just like. There's no way any woman could read this book and not leave thinking like God, I'm a feminist because you are you are you want to be self empowered. Do you want to be happy? Do you want to feel good about yourself? Do you want to be controlled by other people? Do you want to be controlled by met? You don't you don't you know, what I mean? Like, I another people other feminists that we've talked to and they're they're great. They're amazing. But it can be intimidating. Well, it's intellectual label, and you're if you raised a ding Dong like in the south. I mean, I'm not even I I was raised. Not by my parents, my parents were Dukakis supporters, but they didn't sit down and because they couldn't they were very like we were lower middle class. They didn't have the time to go in a race. All the stuff that I was getting my surroundings. And so I was being raised by their absence almost and that unfortunately that was in Texas does all that stuff. And so it wasn't really an I read Susan flutie's backlash in college. And that was the first time I thought oh my God. This is all I have all shit the tapping to me in different ways that was like one of one of my parts of the book. I really loved. Okay. So you re because I hate so I got phrase the beginning. I didn't say that someone gave it to. I just say this is the quote, this is what you wrote. I got a copy of Susan Faludi backlash when I read which I read in three days the book unravelled, the suppressive gender sweater. I'd been sweating in my whole life. I stopped hating myself and other women and redirected my rage at the dumbest SIS straight white men in thirty who are ruining my life with their power, religion, wealth and sex is I started figuring out who I wanted to be an erasing the person. I thought people wanted me to be I like love that Julie could read that better. But. I thank you. A lot of problems right now. It was I love that part. Because I do I know we're doing all the talking, but I just fucking love this both, you know, much I want I want people to get it. I want people to get this for their daughters. We we only have fourteen listeners. But like weirdly some of them are in high school, and like that's great by they're gonna save the world number one. And I hope that the I mean, I think you know, like visibility for LGBTQ community. I feel like that young girls also need the visibility of a woman in a position to say. Like, hey, this stuff that you might be feeling. That's actually valid. Yeah. You don't have a Nancy in your life to be to be secretly going like doing is. Okay. You need somebody high profile style to to reinforce that. Yeah. So that's what I that's what I hope. I mean, I don't think that there's an age limit on this book. Yeah. I was wondering what I mean toddlers. I guess, but like do you imagine there's some there's some Frank sex talking? I was thinking. How old would you imagine? Like what I would give this to a twelve year old. But I'm what I'm saying. What would you give you a sixty year old? Yeah. I would I would give it to a sixty year old who is like. Well, okay. Let me back up. So the lawyer who did all of the whatever you call it. Let's not get sued para was she's really sixties, and she real she really liked the book. And then we also had a long conversation about certain things in the book that I ended up changing because of the conversation with her like, especially the metoo chapter. Yeah. And about how there's a a chasm between whatever this is third way feminism and second wave feminists and how they see me too. And how they see it as a little more policing than I think women of our generation would we had a long talk about it. And she. She allowed me to kind of not even it wasn't softening the language, but have more compassion for people. Who may be felt that a different way about it. And coming hearing someone who is coming from a different. I don't even I'm not even explaining well. But essentially. She just from she's from a legal standpoint and from an older feminist standpoint, and it was and she would like the book. But then she we just talked about some things that maybe I was being too harsh about with its generation of women who were raised with different sets of standards. Yeah. Accents. I got it that a lot in the that was a long way to say that I got that a lot in the book like the I just kept bringing up the difference between like our generation the one before us and the one after us in how it's going to be completely different like approach to feminism for all of these. And that would be what was so challenging. I'm sure about writing it as well. And I should think that all men should read this book. Oh, like, yeah. Like really more than women. I think men mean when I was reading it. I was like this is the shit. Like, this is the should that men need to be taught in junior high school. This is the shit that boys need to be taught about like. Oh, especially the rape chapter which is which is a letter to Betsy DeVos. Yeah. Yes. Buteau and talking about. And these are not things these are not concept that people even know how to break down to other people unless you're living swimming in feminism, I am all the time. Right. And you should think that the the stuff especially that you talked about in the book. It's like even though it's yes, it's called feminism. But really, it should just be called common sense in them. You know, what I mean like, it's not these are not things that should be only. You know, just that's why I was like God this shit. Just boys needs to be reading the ship. This is this is literally like a spoke is could could be also be called feminism for men like you know, what I mean? Like, it really could nasty. Yeah. Feminism for man. I mean, like this is it's women needs to be powered and below. And all that stuff in wearing the men and boys boys, particularly need to be taught this shit in school. I believe we're already doing so much of the work and four other people work and on behalf of the people. I totally agree with you like if if someone could read this book and just if a guy could read this book and go, oh, I get why this is a weird thing that I get why women have a problem with this now. And I I've exp-, and I think another thing that I that I tried to do in this book is almost every chapter. There's something very personal about my life. And this is how I came to this conclusion, or this is why I feel this way. So it's I don't want it to come off. As like, I'm an expert and just. Believe me because I know these stats from gut Macher, you know, what it's about it's about like, this is this how how affects me personally, and it will fit you personally in different ways, and the whole thing would being feminists. And all that is is personal. This is there's not a step. I don't even there's not a stat. Anyone could give there's a expert in the world that could tell me anything different than what you're saying here. Like me to consent rape tampons. Like, it's it's it's a commonsense situation that like we have men and women somehow somewhere along the way. Inception of humanity. Yeah. Like never could people get together. It's like the weird rules that everyone just has fucking made up. Right. That's getting in the way of common sense. And we were talking about sterler on when you when you guys are on our podcast, which I don't I'm playing with time now because I don't know if that's going to be before after this. But you know, my parents have a very very strict sense of righteousness, and what's right and wrong. And I think one of the reasons I see this stuff so easily is because of that being raised that way. I mean, we didn't always apply it to feminism and gender differences. It was more of like this is a poor person. And you don't talk to a poor person like this, and you don't talk to a homeless person like this. It was more like. Yeah. General kindness and not specifically like oh. But this is how you're going to be raised in this world. And you have to look out for this stuff. Yeah. And I think my mom like imp- completely empowered me. But at the same time, she didn't she didn't need to like sort of walk around for herself with like she didn't. Mind. The she if she seemed like she wasn't empowered. Maybe or not or whatever. Yeah. But she empowered me, and but I didn't ever. And then so therefore, I didn't need to ever be like, I just didn't need that label of feminism. So and then when I would come like a cross feminists a lot of times, I would feel like judged or. Yeah. Like, I wasn't doing it. Right. But it's so fit all feminism is you you believe that it should be equal. They should be Murphy's it. Yeah. It's just that's all it is. So anything else that gets put on it? It's almost like the reinterpretation of like, you know, this person said this, and this person said this, and then they were on TV, you're on magazine, and they this is their thing. And it's like, no, it's very simple definition. And just because you're a feminist like you're saying earlier like I mean, I have a whole chapter about makeup. Yeah. I know. That's not a very feminist thing to talk about right? It's not it's about the male gaze in. How I present myself for that gays and like other women all stuff, I don't give a fuck. I like makeup, right? And here's the way I want to bankrupt. The men who are making. Money off of it. Yeah. I love that. That chapter. I want to say and your your message to Kylie Jenner even bringing up Kylie Jenner was incredible. And like, she's the only woman who's running a multi-million dollar cosmetics country. Yeah company. It was that just a makeup. I wanted to ask you, did you always know that was going to be in there did that come to you just randomly like 'cause it was a very unique. I thought like for me, that's why I feel like the book is for people like me, it's for girls that that are empowered and do want to be qual. But at the same time don't feel like they're invited to sit at the table or they're not smart enough informed enough or diligent enough. Or I don't know it just I was like happy. There was a makeup thing. I I don't understand. Why people I mean, Gloria Steinem wears makeup, which she goes on. Yeah. She's on TV. She's wearing makeup like let's not. We can't like a race the way the world works one hundred percent. So what I it's like a life hack of like, okay? I like makeup. I like dying my heroic cutting my hair or like the clown aspect of it. You know, the drag Queen aspect of it. How can I do it in a way that does it undermine women at the same time? It's really that. And it's the same like, I just was trying to think of other things that weren't talked about ad nauseam because there's just certain feminists tropes. They're like tropes. You know? Like, I have an abortion chapter. But it's about how my mom was young mom, and how much better her life would have been an my grandma both of them if they hadn't been nineteen years old and having kids like they lost their lives. And I don't I don't think that that's a I think abortion has talked about like more of. No, it's our right to choose. But I wanted to talk about this is how it ruins people's just ruin my mom's life. And I might she loves me. And she's glad I was born. Yeah. I know it ruined her life. Yeah. Like, I knew it did. And I see that I see that in her every day and opportunity to she's lost. So I don't know making it less intellectual yet and more like a folksy homespun yet approachable Cracker Barrel feminist book. Exactly, I hope it sells for living. Like, we don't all want to go to a March. We don't all want to show. Our we don't only four years in a women's studies. Yes, we don't he can't do that. Right. We don't need to be part of a movement, quote unquote to be moved. But that's another thing. I think people feel like in order to be a feminist. You have to devote all this time to it. And you have to spend all this energy. And it's really can be super over over. What overwhelming it's if you're just getting into it? So this is these are a lot of these are ways of things you can do each day your life in your own. What can you actually control? Do you think that and you don't need to answer this? If you don't want to because it's controversial. I can't wait. But do you what how do you think the term cysts and the idea of being non binary adds to either sexism, and or feminism? Well, I'm going to say this. I had a real I have a really I had a hard time. And it wasn't because people were asking me to use the words, but I had I had like a learning curve with using the terms in the first place. I do all do. Yeah. I think that's me. And yes, they're suddenly there, and it was never there. It's also a made up word SIS gender yet. Because it's just the reaction to trans. Yes. Yeah. What it means? Nothing like in wells. I mean, all I mean, ultimately medically speaking, it doesn't it's it's a it's a feel good. It's a it's a word that has been created to counteract. And you know what? I mean, we well you it's a supportive word. I do think in some ways. It's impor-. I think it's important because you don't want the status quo to be the normal. And then everything else is defined as how it relates to the normal. So like transgender and cyst like it almost makes it seem like, oh, well, this is the weird categorization. And then everything else is the normal categorization. Right. So I like it for that. I what I don't love is when people who are on the right side of history, and who are trying get attacked for doing it wrong. Right. Yeah. Out of a way, that's like everyone's trying really hard right now. And we got to support each other. And if you don't get something right off the bat like teach somebody so they can learn I not saying that fucking you should sit down with Sean Spicer and have the discussion because it's not going to do anything. But yeah, I want who means well who's trying to learn there's a this is a drinking from her fire hydrant situation right now where everybody's being like, okay? There's this identity. Oh. This is how identify please respect that. And it's great. But we have to be really patient with each other because everyone's trying just try really hard in general. Yeah. Okay. We'll see you mentioned glorious Chinese feel the same way. I do. Really? No. I do. I do. I do feel the same way. But sometimes I agree. And sometimes I don't like sometimes I am not just with that term. But there's other terminology that been in regards to feminism specifically and in regards to like women's issues, or whatever there's just some things like that come up like non binary gender jet, non Geno gender where I do get kind of like where we get. I can't now talk about feminism or women's stuff. Because now all of a sudden, I'm offending you. Because you have no gender. Well, so yeah, that that bugs me he she stuff. It's like all I there's a lot of gendered pronouns in my in my book. And it's, but I know I agree a hundred percent what I had this out. So don't feel you know. Well, I what I'm trying to say is like I tried to set up like this is these are the cat. This is the categorize category of people that I'm rallying against. And so then I use shorthand for. I don't want anyone else's a part of the it's like, we're all part of the thing. I totally agree with. Yeah. I heard out of the doctor. She also gets tacked on the rig. So she has like, you know, she's coming from a science based thing. And then also, you know, and it gets dicey get AC when you're talking about feminism. And you're talking about women's stuff e-, you know, even that's feminism is everyone, but feminists feminism is also about women, and then you get into a weird how Burkey situation about how you talk about women. I think it's super important to have intersection -ality. Yeah. Because feminism can be really white. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. In brainwork insists. And so I think those words help those those labels help people. I don't think those labels are for the people that they apply to. I think those labels are to help people who don't understand learn. Thank good wear. That's a good point. That's good. Okay. Okay. So you mentioned Gloria Steinem now. She which of course, now, she. Was famous for. I mean a million things. But for me for telling Andy Cohen constantly and always got the housewives were ruining. She said that to his faith. Yeah. She said it to a more than once. So I wanted to ask you like, what do you feel about like the housewives like in terms of that guy brand? I'm actually said the best thing about the capsule is how I I didn't know how I felt about it until he said it, but he was saying if guys can have football, why can't I have real housewives, and I sort of feel the same way. I don't personally I'm not a fan of. I don't. Well. My problem is I don't like idealising the rich. They already have money. I don't write anything else. They don't need celebrity and all this stuff. I agree gross about it to me. I don't love watching women fight. I I think it's entertaining. And I think that they know what they're doing on that show. Yeah. I would never judge somebody for watching those shows, but I can't get passed my own hangups about what I'm watching. Well, I would happily say, and I mean, we used to do Bravo. Like, you know for for for actual work. And we don't know. But which is probably why we have no work, but I would happily an easily say that like the bachelor is setting us back. So like, would you was he does Brian has a theory that the bachelorette is actually empowering because the woman has all the control. So as far as I don't know that Brian's theory is is I don't know I feel like that whole grouping of shows. I mean, I don't know that it's sitting back that badly. But I do think I do think those shows are toxic. But here's the thing. I have growing up the south. I've seen so many hot people vie for each other's attention. I don't wanna watch it on TV. Now. That's all. Texas, the Texas is a bachelor bachelorette. Yeah. It's the hottest dumbest people who were vague who vague jobs. Yeah. Trying to figure each other in a spot. Exactly. I I just want the pro I just feel like and I have a couple of friends who wash their credentials, and it's like fine. If you want to spend your time, do you need to check out on that. That's great. But like. I think everything is currency. So when you spend your time putting your eyeballs on that stuff. And you spend a lot of time putting your eyeballs on that stuff that stuff gets popular. And then the the good stuff doesn't get watched. And it's money it's money too. So is all currency. But that that's being said, I my neighbor made me watch southern charm, and I fucking loved it because I hated it. Yeah. I valued at it. Yeah. I hated everyone on that show. I hated everything they stood for. I hated all the wicker. Yeah. And the xactly outfits like, yeah. Because it's very that can be very southern to with all the lakes chunky, silver, jewelry so much Brighton. Yes. So much so much so much. Okay. So now, I don't know if that answered your question. Well, I mean, I think it it did. Okay. I mean, you know, it's like t- nobody nobody wants to say. Yeah. And it's like there there are women, and he's putting tons of women to be and they're women of a certain age. Age and he put Julia Andy Cohen personally, but Bravo, put on TV. So it's it's impounding and a lot of ways. And. Yeah. And especially like women of a certain age that makes it that's they're the only women over forty on TV and they're on every show and a million show. So that part I just wish it wasn't. I wish it just wasn't wealthy people getting more yet. It's the really check that. I don't love. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I I wish he would do like a wiccan shorts. I don't know what the app. Wiccan? If Pravo did like, not this MARTINI level, right? It's aspirated. All and it's like, you know, but yeah, if you've well, Honey, boo, boo. But then that's the opposite. I guess that's auto or was that TLC TLC TLC. But yeah, if they could do something showing a group of women not wiccans great someone's stealing that right Buckingham. Yeah. I want us to see what what it's like behind the behind closed doors at bumble, which is an all female run dating site. That's running Austin by all women like the interesting to me. Yeah. No. That'd be got Kristen cavalier fakes fucking Zhao. What's that called, very careful? Very or some shit. Okay. So in terms of like modern day feminism, meaning like the new wave what are the new young people? Is it just called just feminism same thing or I think we're in fourth wave. Okay. Okay. Would be the Suffragettes second wave would be the Yarra the rights amendment era, which was the seventies. Then I consider the girl riot the third ROY wave which is nineties punk, and yeah, oh, I'm not gonna pick wants to fund. Yeah. But I thought you know. Kinda see right. Yeah. Pussy or like, Kathleen Hanna what about the lady who shot yams out of her pussy? Like, I kind of. Thanks to funny wish empowered me. Nineties. She I still I don't love roof. She ended up. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want to find it two point. Oh, yeah. But you mean on the voice and shit. Well, I just don't I I don't know. How anyone can fuck somebody? They don't agree with their politics. I I don't understand how people who don't have the same politics conflicts. And she lost there to hardcore. I was like Vatsa bummer. I'd rather be with like Gavin Ross like having sex with like, you know. Homophobic. Yeah. He's and your fans are gay. You have a lot of gay fan. The note that young fans. Yes. Someone told me, and it did make me feel bad because I was I mean, I love Gwen Stefani. Like that, you know. So any girl of of of small like, okay, I'm going to say this. But she was like flat chested athletic lady in the nineties Deering bikinis. It'd be like fucking do with me. And I was like, yes. Yes. I wanna see. So when she got with him with Blake Shelton. I was like crushed. And I mean crushed I felt like wow. That was photography destiny that. Yeah. Exactly. And someone told me that, you know, it's kind of she'd been this marriage for a long time, and I had been to so many like concerts in the nineties and even with her with him, and they opened for Bush and someone said it was like when you get out of a marriage. And then you end up sl like sleeping with like the plumber like it's like shit. It was going so far was like a work. Yeah. I was like, oh, it's like a working class guy that she has nothing in common with that. She just was like, let me just. Try this because like really his existence had nothing to do with hers in every way, they're still gather. I know, and that's where they'll theory falls apart. Yeah. Okay. So the fourth I love we learn I think. China Russia 's fourth wave feminism right now. But so in terms, I think we're anyway, it's usually like what big event right 'cause we got me to now. So now, it's the fourth one eight two times a yeah. Yeah. Exactly women's March. Do you think that this will? What do you think it will happen in terms of like this generation having kids? Do you think? Phil it's already not happening waiting a long time to have kids in their not having kids, which I guess is good because we have a population issue right now. Yeah. Which we could have solved by the way, if we had made a portion a lot easier to get people wouldn't be had end make contraception. Nada sin like get your fucking shit together. Should all be part of if you if you could get an abortion if abortions were part of your gynecological offices procedures it would not be in a situation. It would be just a medical thing. And by the way in the sixties it wasn't. It was illegal. But it wasn't looked at by most people as this anti-christian thing that happened after Roe versus Wade. So I don't know it will depend on it'll depend on what the backlashes. The backlash seems to be the thing that right? Yeah. Well, you think you would think that they would make contraception the thing the key. But they won't. It's like you could avoid an abortion, which is not good for your body. If you just use contraception like, that's it. But they because it's not available ask out the fucking pill. Yes. Like, lower income, you know, or it's not neighborhoods, and it's just not should be free. Don't have access to all be free should be everywhere. And it should be taught early socialized healthcare. And I I wouldn't be surprised if this is one of the Evangelos arguments against not having probably, but they don't want people to just give free free condoms, birth control. Yeah. So I wanna make look for the helpers a segment on dumb gave holiday. Bye bye, Mr. Rogers. So I'm gonna always always mentioned you so tell all for mister Rogers. Yeah. I, but I'm gonna mention both of you. But because I do I really want to do it because it like really is the is pretty much. I guess what we want eventual hope. Yeah. It's like we have to have something like that. So explain what that is. So Mr. Rogers, I think when he was talking to congress when they were threatening to defend PBS in the eighties. Reagan. You know, do a lots of. Do a lots of great stuff. He was saying. It as part of his thing about what he does on the show. He was saying when his mother when his he would see something bad happening on TV his mother would always say look for the helpers. So don't look at the destruction. Look at the people in the background who were like. You know, taking medics and people help first responders versus bonders. Yeah. Look at look for the firemen. But it's it's like look at the people who are doing good, not the not the bad stuff that's happening and early for them and find them in terms of like our show like look for them and find them and go and get involved or how Iraq put your eyeballs on that, especially with this news climate and just how absolutely full of despair and hopelessness hopeless. There's nowhere to sign. That's what people are like, I need more. I need to know how bad it is. If you can find the good if you can watch something like that. And then go, but wait, if this thing is happening in, you know, in the southern states, let's look at see what the ACO you is doing to combat it always just these people are doing redistricting and gerrymandering for voting suppression. Yes, they're doing that. But there's also people. Who were like we're going to sue your ass, and we're probably going to win. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So for the helpers, I love it. I love it. I think it's like so profound and great. I really do also on that. This is a contract, right? We can use it. Yeah. So there's this great company called beauty counter. And the woman who owns it. I mentioned in the book, she started this company because there was no transparency in the cosmetics industry. She wanted to make a female owned cosmetic company that was good. And that also did good things. So it had all the all the ingredients or healthy. There's no carcinogens, and she also lobbies congress to get better regulations on the big cosmetic companies because they're all part of this fucking regulatory committee police themselves, right sober. They can do any animal testing any kind of Garate chemicals in the shit kale. Mid and wear lipstick, y'all kinds of shit. Yeah. I saw the beauty counter. So do they sell all all make up? Yeah. And they're on group. So like, we know literally their legislative loves them. Now is Mike Pence. Like feminist enemy number one in the administration. I think so especially if Trump gets impeach and just in general like what is this administration doing for the for the fourth waivers? I mean, is it not a God damn thing? I mean, is it gonna make do you think the back the backlash of this administration? Maybe that's the backlash that we're looking for because that will or is this administration the backlash to what happened under Obama and indefinitely. Yeah. And now there's going to be the other backlash backlash wave within a being the second wave backlash wish on the back lot as his back of backlash, which is the I mean, it seems to me like with me too. And all that stuff is the backlash to this administration. Like, they and black lives matter and all that stuff like, and hopefully, but the question is going to be like, I don't know. Women are winning primaries. Yeah. That here daring Lupe Valdez the for like a lesbian Gannett. I was so great. So great. So great tech Mexican America. I what can I do for you could I make? How can I watch you fucking Florida? Yeah. Bitch slap the entire state of Texas. Okay. So you have this section about I really loved this one. I mean, there's there every single chapter is like worth the price of the book. So even if you if you get it, and I should say is a dollar, exactly guys. But there's a payment plan you can lay away. It's just like tai-bo if you don't really remember tai-bo fucking, Billy blanks. I will I had to go to his actual real place here in the valley. And I was like this is what for tai-bo with Billy blanks. And it was like we had to hit a brick and mortar. Yes. And it was enormous like in the video like enorthfield literally talking about like. Okay, son. I think I don't know if Billy blanks die, but his son does it has a new I think it's still around. Absolutely. I mean, it's so next level. So but every chapter if you don't read like just get it and read one chapter and you'll and you'll be then you'll have to have an audio book. If you. If better wanna go together into coin toys of tones of the voice. Yeah. It's almost like a it's almost like a self hope book in a way, which is why you should read. You could go back and read a chapter in and of itself for its own self and be like kind of feel about me today. It's like a law and order. Yeah. Yeah. You could you for now it is evergreen. And I think the audio book is genius. Because then because you already do a podcast. So it's like it'd be like listening to your podcasts. It's just like that except seventeen. I mean, oh my God. Okay. So the sec there was a chapter about calling women girls instead of women. So like, it's so profound. And so does so deep into everything I need to like psychoanalyze like his language. It's everything I like love how do you feel about? Now, we do this. So I just wanna say we're self-aware hypocrites. Like an all a lot of things joy. We're like you too. So how do you feel about women calling other women like bitches and sluts? I love it. Okay. I love it. Okay. I think it's great. I love calling people cut. Okay. Good and bad. I think it young change in the in. Yeah. So you don't count attack. It's bad to be like Fitch, please or yo-. Okay. I love it because I like talking in an aggressive way. Anyway. Yeah. And I'm not going to win. I just don't it just, but I feel like it's powerful. But I I know people who are like you can't do the girl versus women thing. I don't like when people when it's so so so prevalent in a way that is just. Used to show youth as a currency or. Yeah. The just the tropes of like if you're woman is called girl in a book, she's likely to die or Josh shit. Like that where you're like, wait, this is a pattern in everyone's following. So there's some message going out to millions of people that this is an okay thing to do. You may like goal with friends. I'll call it a friends. Yeah. Hey or the cop who or guy? Yeah. That's the best like girl, please. But but you cut off like what like do you have an age that you cut off as far as girl? Like, I mean, I I will. I it meant matter to me because I feel like I do that. Because I do I like it though in my mom says the girls are coming over. I'm like, they're all seventy you're going to play bridge that I like the she calls them that. I like, ladies I like calling people lady. Hey, lady. Yeah. Say lady Ella too. Yeah. I like the ladies are coming over the see that almost sounds like the. I wish there was another word that wasn't 'cause women doesn't actually work at a lot of those two women are coming over sounds awful. That's yeah. The gals the cows. Oh, that's great actually great. Oh, yes. I'm just a gal. I mean, that's the thing is like a women woman always felt it's just not sexy. And even though that's just part of it like, this is going to be my small change that I that the one small change that I make is going to be that. Because that that chapter was like hit home where I was like, I do that. You know? I I don't wanna be. I mean, I love when like a younger guy will be like, ma'am to me. Like that gets me. I will get wet from that. I'm like, yeah. That's right. But my mother-in-law now it's called Deary, and she hates it. Because it's what you p. She's like, oh now, I'm a Deary. Now. I'm an old fragile lady. So if you call her girl, she probably be like, yes. Yeah. Well, and of course, but that's I also think that that's not empowering. So it it it's not playing into like, you know. Yeah. Youth is a currency and. That's going to be my small because I 'cause I feed into that. You know what I mean? And it makes me fucking feel bad about myself as age people used it as if people use boy in the same way, I probably wouldn't be I was upset about it. But it just has it's so loaded. Yeah. Boy is like loaded in two ways. Right. Well, bad loaded, which is loaded. Bad boys are load of it. Like bad girl at it. Does sell to sounds creepy. Oh my God. I give being cooked picture and his Dane Cook's girlfriends like nineteen and they've been together for over a year. So that means they were eighteen when they got together. And I just see that. And I'm like bull. The power dynamic and everything that I don't like about using the word girl is like just personified in that the atr and just the the death grafts onto Jew then. Yeah. Not wanting to seem old and right all of it and getting with someone young and meaningless or not meaningless, which is someone that you're I mean, you're I don't know. Yes. It's why haven't seen this picture, but I do on a center so to all right? Actually, let me save you. And I'll just describe it. Okay. Kirby shopping lane in American history. Oh god. Get it. Never you never forget. But that that's all that. I just want people to realize what that word means. And the context of there yet, I'm not saying you can never use the word girl, but just know insert hind a picture. Oh, yeah. It's disgusting. Do you want to describe it? So it's him and his girlfriend who looks like her his daughter. Oh my gosh. I can't it's it's just me. And are they in a pool there always into pool? I mean, all the way will of Jisr all of her Instagram photos of them. She her body language is very much like don't touch me. Oh my God. It would that really skeeve me out. And he looks like yeah. It's like very daddy. Like holding her in the water. Well, there's so much of that in this book just little little everyday just little tweaks. Yeah. Just tweak just tweak. And it's and it's it's for the like, our collective mindset will change, and we won't fuck and feel bad about getting older. And you know, what I mean because we will care about it won't matter. Yeah, we won't need to drive around corvettes like with a to pay on. You know, exactly just be like, whatever we're getting a minivan. And we don't even have any kids. And we don't care me, ma'am. I think the overall another thing that I wanna like hit home. And I don't know if I did this in the book, but like doesn't matter if people wanna fuck you you should do what you want. That is a part of what like I think society does to women, especially straight women. It's like, well, if you do if you too loud or you curse too much or you do too many pants. Gotcha. Gotcha. You're too many pants. Exactly. It's kind of like what I always say. Which is like, it doesn't really matter. How old you are just as long as you're fucking hot like not hot in the way or just cough, like be cool. It doesn't because you know, something could be twenty one and completely fucking on cool. And you and I can see like a six year old and be like or even like Anthony bourdain or whatever ladies I see like wardrobe Dan that is killing the game. And and you always want the person school. They don't seem concerned with who wants to. They don't give a fuck. Yeah. Just truly don't give a fuck and who do you? And if it feels bad and wrong than it is. That's for sure. That's right. That is for sure. So we love you. I hope you so much for having. My hope we really how much we like really like the book. And absolutely. And I really I you may be embarrassed. I want her fourteen listeners to get it. And I think they will. And especially we have like moms and daughters, and there's even stuff we couldn't even get to so much thing. We couldn't even get you it we couldn't get to. So tell our listeners what when and where they can get the book and find you September. It comes out you can pre-order now. It's on feminazi dot com. Any place you want to order it from. If you wanna do your big boxes, if you wanna do your small boxes, they're all there. And I'm going on a book tour starting September fourth, and that's all on the website. And yeah, the events are going to be there like shows I have drill like an hour long show at the bookstore. So and it's called feminazi. Let that's just the first word you have to remember all you got to remember, and you should go to her book signings in her shows because they're great. And it's still be fine. We're putting a curse on on antiabortion. Legislators perfect. So well, you already starting the wicked thing. Yeah. Call me, Andy. Seriously. And now it's time for so there's that. All right. This is the part of the show Julius to find something good that's happening because of or inspite of the current state of affairs in the world. She hates doing it in his W w hard right now when we are negative mostly silver assholes, we haven't even had enough wireless capability to check and see if our so there's that intern Jesse has set her any ideas. So she had to pull this one out of her ass all on her own. Let's see if she did it. All right, ma'am out. What is your? So there's that moment for this week. I hear you type type typing away. Yeah. Okay. Now, I'm not a person who's burdened by student loans. It's embarrassing to say 'cause that means my parents paid for me to go to college. And he's you're rich. Well, but I, of course by knowing you and hearing of your soon lone crusade have come to understand the crushing death. That owing money for student loans can bring you I do however have death crushing credit card debt because well career with that said, I've come to feel a kinship with those strangled by student debt, I guess because of the life I have buried myself under so as we know under the Obama administration he wanted to make it easier for student loan forgiveness. Love you Obama. Didn't you feel that or did yet have that felt a general support and an awareness and a thing I've never felt before or since right? He was very big on not just student loan forgiveness. But lowering and predatory lenders which is what got you into credit card debt. Yes. Well, it is. That is right. We'll know what got me into debt is just life. But yes, that's right. You think you can pay a dollar and whatever fuck so that that's why he his whole for eight years has been talking about students student loans loan forgiveness shell still had student loans when he is the president of the United States. So as we know, and so for those of your students, you know, that Obama was great for you know, Trump, and this administration pretty much wants, you you students and loans to fuck you write a asshole. Yeah. Like heart. They want you to buy stakes and go to Trump university. And they might want you to stop paying. You're not alone. No, Orage or credit card. Now, I've said before I'm not super into quitters, but in this administration. I am never more excited when someone tenders a resignation with their failures tenders. I don't know. I hope tender I hope it's ender tender, and you know, what they should have an app called. Tend to nation. I'm not going to spend your resignation Beijing, they should be able to attend to your resignation. It's like fucking curate. Glad to be exactly get enga- able to tender your resignation to your job with all your feelings. And believe me, you need to take feelings and tell your fucking boss, you're saying and hinder take a match take lighter. Tighter. Take the tender into the ticker ten the Tinder into your job and take the gender back. So there are people from this administration who are tendering their resignation burning bridges left and right. And I am so into it. Then latest one is a scathing resignation letter from a guy named Seth frontmen. Who until now was the student loan owned buds men at the canal Zimmer financial section be right? Ombudsmen at the consumer financial protection bureau. Now, he said quote that the consumer financial protection bureau has turned its back on young people and their financial futures. The letter that he wrote was addressed to Mick Mulvaney, the bureau's acting director in a week did a thing on Mick Mulvaney. So he's the these the guy who's in charge of larceny land guy that guy is taking all your student loans and eating fucking sticks. So this guy wrote dear acting director Mulvaney. It has been the honor of a lifetime to spend the past seven years working to protect American consumers, I under Holly portray says, the bureau defended America's military families from predatory lenders for profit colleges and other unscrupulous businesses and most recently leading the bureau's work on behalf of the forty four million Americans struggling with student loan debt. However after ten months under your leadership, it has become clear that consumers no longer have a strong, independent consumer bureau on their side. The challenges of student debt affect borrowers young and old urban and rural and professional ranging from infantrymen to clergyman tackling these challenges should no, no ideology or political persuasion. I had hoped to continue this critical work in partnership with you and your staff by using our authority under law to stand up for student loan borrowers trapped in a broken system. Unfortunately, turns out sweetie under your leadership, the bureau has abandoned the very consumers it is tasked by congress with protecting. Instead, you have used the bureau to serve the wishes of the most powerful financial companies in America. Basically what you did was undercut everything. Obama did you'd review repealed every regulation. He made exactly you made it harder for people to pay back their loans, you made it harder for people to either take out loans easier for people to be reptile off your fucking line too. So I just wanted to say that to you Seth fraught men. I think it's brave, and I think that it's cool. And I think that it's pain. I oughta I put a job. And it's not easy to quit when I'm sure is a very well paying job and clearly a job that you loved an job that you really thought was helping people and you then had to take all your integrity, and yet to take it and put it in a ball and throw it right into Mick Mulvaney. He's beady little rat is right and say go off his in whatever at the White House. That's right. And let them know that they're not helping anyone but themselves so there's that. That's for the episode of dumb gay politics didn't bug on too much about the patriots episode yet. But now right now is actually the time. We got a lot of new people in August. But I wanted to say that the patriot podcast had been a little random since we've been gone through major fucking personal growing pains. So all the people who just joined August, probably gonna quit. Well, anyone is holding out? Go to WWW dot patriots dot com slash gay politics. And you can listen to a couple of for free. Don't just based on these recent ones and people should feel good knowing that no matter what happens in our lives. We are here to deliver an hour podcast every week in their dollar will not be gone. That's true. We have delivered at we haven't stopped. No, we have not stopped. We have you. We could be giving birth. I mean, we could be Iraq. We have been I feel like I've been giving birth. Honestly feel like I've been giving birth every single day. I'm never giving birth. Well, I definitely feel like like an acting class. We had to kill ourselves, and then rebirth ourselves and every day. I certainly feel like that's been definitely going on. Also next Monday is Labor Day. And again, we won't be drunk in the son in Malibu at a cool barbecue, wearing hats, no will be an address Dan recording this podcast and the patriot podcasts again. So you guys will have it to help nurse your own. On Labor Day barbecue hangover at your own work next Tuesday. I will say this. I am going to by Hebrew national dogs and boil them up for us in the drug done. Yeah. Good. If them get buns to regular thin bun. I don't want to boil them. Okay. All right. I don't wanna extravagant buns on cheap buns cheap on the number to call. Yes. So there you go. Get your Hebrew national's. Boil don't barbecue. Well, I don't have Markelle. Boil I don't need. I can pretend barbecued them. All right. Well, I'm gonna pretend to barbecue in my tiny. We're going to be drugged ending it up boiled hot dogging it up. Like I like a boil tot dog. I'm not even mad at it. Do I like it an take those for nationals happy Labor Day here labor where there were in that room. We have a bunch of shit going on. But we're still trying to plan a life podcast somewhere on the east. Maybe Tennessee may be New York. Maybe DC Chicago, possibly we have not forgotten about it. We definitely want to do or Hampshire. Just started talking to someone about Northampton possibly. So New England is a possibility. So if anyone's listening and has any ideas or whatever said the note because we'll follow up. We haven't forgotten about it. We're definitely gonna do. We're working on it. Yeah. And as always it's been real, and it's been fun, but mostly it's been gay, and it's been and multi have emollient of Mediterranean. Madam trying. Do. Little. She thought she whether Ken. Don't get out. By the way. Judge a book by car? Not much of a man. Dot. Bye. Sexual. Let me. Show you play. Black. One something. Two. We take an. I'm glad we you home. Could we use your phone? Both in a bit of a hurry. Right. Just say where we are then go back to the car. We don't want to be any worry. Got caught with a. Well. Ten. Justice. Sexual. Stay for the night. Maybe. I could show you my favorite obsession. I've been making a man. Blown a ten. He's good relieving. Tension Justice, meet trans. From sexual. Try. 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Memorial Day, Diet Rage & Douchecapades

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Memorial Day, Diet Rage & Douchecapades

"Eh. This is oriental in our ski, the host of what's your deal. The show where I read tarot for special guests to find out where they've been and where the going this week. I read the tarot of comedian and host of Adam ruins everything, Adam conver-, a very interesting episode since Adam is pretty dedicated to debunking things that may or may not be true. This episode is out now. You definitely don't want to miss it. So check out what's your deal wherever you listen to podcasts. It's all shit. It's all just I'm gay politics, America's got gotten kinda why. But we're not gonna let it go down like that. Because we got a down gay podcast Adum gay political podcast. We probably don't have all the facts. But we got a pin them with backtrack. That's dumb gay podcasts. Adum political podcast. It's all should it's all shit. Social. It's all shit. I don't know. I three I am. Shape of this shit is in the. This shit is Trump teeth. Are you MP eight an ES? What? I don't even know. Hey, everybody. Welcome to Deng gay politics. I'm Julie and I'm brandy and this is the podcast where we talk about the week in politics like we're talking about reality TV, and we are going to Washington DC. Yes, we are in like a few days. It's really logistic few days away. And it really is the perfect time to go to DC as we celebrate our troops. That's right. Are war fallen our, our fallen soldiers or people currently working in just more? I mean, Memorial Day could really be memorializing anything you want. But it is supposed to be about the military right technically speaking. Yes. But I thought it was Veterans Day. Exactly. So veterans, I guess would be veterans specifically. And I suppose if you're in the military, you're not a veteran yet. So we don't celebrate you on Veterans Day. I guess if you're if you've died in the military, you're not a better in either so veterans for people who are living, right? Well, I'm glad they deserve two days to. Celebrate we. If you've listened to this podcast late, if you put it late in your podcast, rotates, Yonne. We know everyone has the rotation. We don't think we're the only podcast you're listening. But really, if you wanted, you could download our patriotic and sign up. And then you would have us twice in the rotation that it's correct. But if you're listening to this late in the week, we might already be like arriving to DC, because we're doing a live podcast we are at the DC comedy, loft. We're going to have a special guest Scott Dworkin. We're also going to have a special guests. Drag performer. Yep. So if you guys look up Scott working on Twitter, he's like a resistance a leader on Twitter. He's, he's. It's we're pretty lucky to get Scott, especially for the live show. So we're looking forward to that. The shows at five pm on Saturday, June first, so get your tickets. You can go to DC comedy, loft dot com. Or you can go to our website, Julian, brandy dot com. And there's a link there, you want to get those tickets, though. And I mean, there's lots of people going there people going solo see, I will definitely have we know you're, we don't you know, you should download our patriot like I said and sign up, but we have patriotic people that are going solo in meeting up. That's which I love hearing, the ups are meeting and meeting for the first time or whatever because of the podcast, that's exciting. We're gonna have a meet and greet, and then we're going to take the party to another bar. I think we're going to go to Nelly Nelly sports bar. Okay. Tarver told us to go towards doing gay Geisen and their feelings. Right. And then we're all just gonna. Take our we're going to take it to the next level at Malley sports bar, but rooftop patio we're gonna just Uber on over there. Yes. And keep going we're going to keep if I can going. Yeah. So that's exciting. And I hope he does get your tickets. Get your tickets now. Yeah. Oh, god. I hate live shows. I don't want to do it. I wanna cancel. It's like I start it starts to ruin. It's already started to ruin my week in my life, my life. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll just be even minding my own business, and then it will occur to me that I have to do that this weekend. And I'm like, no, I want to not be remiss to mention the drag Queen that we're having okay. Her name is kabuki Bukowski. And she's a local DC drag artiste, who has who said that she would be interested in doing it and she's excited because to make her debut as Franken furhter because she'd been wanting to do. Right. That's right. And I guess that she. She's a part of like a drag group and they're going to be performing at the Kennedy Center. So it's just like a whole thing. So she's excited to be a part of it. So we're excited to have her. Yeah. We are we got some, some packages in some cards. We did, which is exciting. So Sarah decker, and uncle Brad accidentally sent us a package from Oetzi. So we got St. sent us a Email on our the form on our website, read the Email man, this is like this is like last week. We got this Email. Okay. So the Email says Sarah decker and uncle Brad here. Well, I'm a complete fuck up. First off, somehow my fucking pay pal was linked to the patriot and it didn't have enough. So now I have to wait until pay pal takes a transfer from my Bank that takes five days to go through so no. Patriotic for me until then. This is a common problem. It is. So don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. Sarah. And you obviously, when you re sign up you can just listen to the backup so it's totally fine. Fuck up number two. I just ordered myself some. Pins from Oetzi and didn't change my address, and somehow save your address as default. I didn't catch it in time, so you'll get some Grateful Dead bands and a Walter Sobchak, from the big lebowski pin. Go ahead and keep them. I always say everything happens for a reason they might look cute Julie's, Jean jacket lovey girls forever. Did you buy them for your Jean jacket? Sarah. Sarah, and uncle Brad are the celebrities that like to do whip it before Grateful Dead concert, which, I'm, I know of, of all the things I can't remember to do. It's so annoying that I can't remember to get the whip. It's I think if one enjoys whip bits they probably can't remember a lot of small details. That is true. Well, we love Sarah, and by the way. So sarah. The, the other celebrity that you that you bought the pins from. He's a man on Oetzi named Luis Bayden. He's got his picture on his car, and he's got a full monthly dash four four one five. Holy guy Arp. So if you guys don't know four one five is the is area code for San Francisco. He's definitely like a Haight street, stonier VIN tastic pins grateful stickers. Magnets, funky Galea patches Easter eggs, more gave wrapped your pin, Sarah in. Scrap paper from his printer that he had made notes for his writings, I'm putting that in quotes, he wrote in an rainbow marker Julian brandy. Thank you for your order. Enjoy the bonus stickers. Please leave. Five star feedback or a message if there's. If there's if there's something if there's something coupon code order. Again saves you fifteen percent. Oh, see you at the shows Louis. So the free stickers. You got Sarah are the gluten free bar, a Starbucks sticker. And then a dead Inco, which doesn't cool. It's like Vegas. So should we send these to Sarah? I wanna keep the big lebowski Penn for my Jean jacket. Okay. But should we send the rest of her pins or we should, so she or do you want? I mean they're they're cool. Very cool and bear. Julie wants to put patches on her Jean jacket and. That's correct. Want to let you know that I've decided that on the patriots should anyone sign up. I will be reading I will be doing a reading from the script said notes that was sent via Oetzi via four one five. Yes. Holy guy, art. Yes. Because the notes aren't just scribbles. They are notes for a script. Yeah. He's got. But then he's got handwritten notes next to it. Handwritten notes notes and a script written quotes. I will be reading it's three tiny pins and three stickers. The motherfucker wrapped it in paper, a magazine thing, a piece of newspaper. Another piece of scrap paper. Another magazine cut. He's ripping pages out a magazine. It wrapped like the package. He probably to send him an padded envelope, quite frankly. And it was the amount of, of trashy detail that went into this. He's definitely like, look, an interesting guy that Lewis order, again, gets you five gets you fifteen percent off Sara, and you can get. He wants that five star review. Hey, and he deserves it. You know what he's attentive? He's detail oriented. He's giving he's goes, the extra mile you know what I mean? I mean like the one she ordered the crystals and the fucking crystal eighty that's right. And even say who they were from. Nope. Nope. Sarah's a big fan of Oetzi that we know about it. Yeah. So we should send these b-actor because we love her so much. Now then we got a card. We got an Amazon. Gift card gift card and a pick for the drug den from meg's right now. Mag, we wanted to read your card portions of your card. So we're not going to say your last name because you didn't specifically say we were allowed to read this. Right. So but we just liked it. And you know, it's like. We're just we've just been cons. We've been in as many of, you know, we've been in our feelings since last year, we kind of, like dropped into our feelings, and the summer life, took a turn and got crazy and what's almost going to be a year. We've been battling through coming back and scrunchy nineteen. But it's you know, we certainly have moments and, you know, when we lost Oliver money in Asia, and then lost Oliver credit area, we have no free real estate leapt on credit cards, kind of drop back into her feelings wondering about her life choices. So it's nice to get these cards. Right. Because it affirms that maybe the life choices good, and also, we like hearing other people are in their feelings. Yes. When we hear that other people are in their feelings, and what other people are going through. Yeah. You forget, when you go through your whatever it is that you're going through. And then someone says, well, I'm going through this or bullets like you have the common ground, you have what you can relate to. And then. Wow. They're going through that. Yeah. It's yeah. Everybody everybody can keep everybody into in perspective. So she says, hey, sharks already a win. Yeah. Okay. I'm not a big fan and I've been listening obsessively since I found DIGI GP I never do cheesy cheesy shit like this. But you two are pretty fucking special over the last year. I've gotten fired divorced. And had a major falling out with some really close friends. I'm living alone in my mid thirties. For the first time ever, I feel bad. I hope she doesn't mind saying this stuff. We could. Her name's Megan Murphy, right? Right. Meg Megan Ryan Murphy. I don't know how it exactly happen. But you have become my best friend therapist, and people who I live vicariously through on a daily basis. Joining the patriot was one of my best decisions the world really sucks right now. But you guys really keep me laughing. Brandy. I adore how much you hate everyone and immediately felt a kinship when you stated quote being rude to people as a cornerstone of my personality on an old episode. Julie, you are a goldmine of laughs. My fav- episode is no shirts off in my class, please, sir. And when I when I'm particularly sad, I q it up to you, and brandy singing about shirts off and mats, and I die every time seriously though, thank you. Okay. So. She offers to do drugs with us, which is her own drones so nice. And we I we wanna come to Denver because Lisa Natalie have their food truck and Denver. And we wanna fuck rock upon that food truck. Well, we are we are in the exploratory phase of Denver. Now officially? Okay, good. Yeah. I mean, this is all it takes one, one single person requesting and we're like, okay one person on the fence or clamoring. We must go to that city. We must so Lisa Natalie came to the Austin show. But still, I'm sure that they would find their way out. I hope so with all their food from their food truck, we have there'd be amazing. We are definitely going to we. Are we are it is in the works? It is in the works. Okay. Good. We'll make. She said a beautiful picture of herself with this little baby, and it's, it's not her baby but she didn't kidnap it. But it's so cute the baby in your so pretty Meghan. Thank you so much. Thank you for your card. It was just it was nice sorry. You're going through anything and nothing lasts forever. Nope. Nothing lasts forever. Even the good stuff. So. And we're only stronger from these things. I mean it's just true. It's, it's all trite. But it's all true. Allison, and Katie Kovin sent us a box of Japanese tr- candy treating, which is so funny, because before we left, we were like eating tons of sushi and Japanese food, and we had bought those little panda cookies. Yeah. We'd bought them before, and we love them. So if you guys are, if you don't listen to the patriot and you should, but we told a story about Katie and Alison, because they, they gave us a book, when we were in New Orleans called is my cats smarter than Trump. It was like a test book, and we have a whole story of the adventures of that book. And of course, we remember exactly who you guys are you bought shirts and you bought, I'm pretty sure which was for Steve, you bought a drug shirt for Steve, and they sent a picture with Steve and stormy Daniels. I mean come on a picture of stormy Daniels with Steve. She looks like she's has bald midgets in her in her halter top stormy Daniels. It's alison. Katie, Steve and. And stormy Daniels in two bald midget. Yeah. It really is. And Steve, we appreciate you listening, one of our straight gentlemen. I mean giving you know, we always love to hear. I loved them saying, we're they're buying this drug shirt for their friend, who's a lawyer. Yeah. Because they're all lawyers or whatever, and I was like, I love that the lawyers getting the drug share, of course. So they wrote a long thing, reminding us, who they are, and you never need to remind us, and they said that they have only been listening since cavenaugh ty- by nature, which was literally. I think that was last September. Might have been August the end of August, but God, you guys started listening, right? When we got sober, how I'm surprised you even like this shit though. Episodes before that were drunk all the time. One part of their card says we truly adore you both and you have helped dozen times when we have been very in our feelings. Keep living your credit keeping your incredible selves. You are loved and appreciated more than words can express much love Alison, Kadian, Steve. They said they have their each of their own patriarch. But I think it was Allison that gave her her. Her patriotic password to Steve, he love when people share the page around, we don't care. We love that. You gotta get yours. Get your life, share that dollar. Exactly. Like for people to listen to it have access to it. So now we know we have we've got like three maybe straight guys that listened to the patriot. And, you know, listen, you've never felt so special in your life. I would imagine are straight gentlemen. We love you guys so much. Thank you. Like, honestly we're going to we're going to label your picks and put them up on the drug dim bulletin board. Yes. Last episode. Johnny McGovern was in here and he saw the drug, Denver bolts and board is real, Honey. It's real. It is real. It is Israel, Israel, and it's getting full. I mean, basically, there's not much room but sending them because if we keep getting it, we'll buy, we'll just get another red bulletin board. We just go on Amazon. We can use. We can use the Amazon card that makes sense by another one. XL. Yes. Now, you won't be eating the ba- candy and I won't either until we get back from DC. And we talked about it was probably not even a good patriotic. But we're, we're doing a weird diet called the GM diet should be called the B M diet. And maybe we'll talk about it on the next patriot. We can discuss the updates. But basically, it's like a cleanse kind of went eats Pacific only one type of food and one day it's all fruit one day it's all vegetables. Right. Well today on just bananas and milk. And I'm in a very bad mood. And I got my period. Yeah. So bananas and milky period. I mean, it is so gross. My stomach is a rumbling, and we opened up the box of Japanese treats and we were like we want these treat bad Liden start when you started so because I needed to drink all weekend and then clan. So I'm on fruit only. Brute only is like state compared to just bananas and mill. I'm just. You know, I'm I'm mature. Yeah. You like oh yeah. You like the texture. I'm a I really, you know, an fruit, it was still hard, fruits, fruit's without something salty, and crunchy it really the day just as in a day. No. And also, I'm more of a temperature gal. Okay. So fruits, hard for me, because you're not eating that hot. No, there's nothing hot during who time. No, nothing. And that, and you'll find that when you don't change up the temperature of anything that you're eating your mouth. Uh-huh. Like a like a weird cavern. Fuzzy's hinny. Well, there's al- also there's a lot of sugar and fruit. And when you eat sugar coats on your teeth teeth, get sweaters, yes. By the end of the day. I was like. You do know you can brush your teeth mid day that is, that's an option that is available to you. There is gum to yes. But you mean you did the thing that you have never once done on any diet? And that is because I mean, we did a straight up juice cleanse, and it was fucking expensive, and it was only juice. And it was like three days, you still drink coffee with sugar. Yes. But this time it said, no sugar in the coffee black coffee and you did it right. Uh-huh. And it's. Gross. Yeah. It's not good. It's not it's not what you want in the morning when you sit with your both hands around your mug, and you're like. Oh, it's chilly out or whatever it. Nope. There's not even a joy to be had not one. You're just doing it. It's so become be on their acclaimed black. It is. Maybe that's why my stomach is at the point now where it feels it's rumbling so much. But it's low in the low rumbling and it's low near my butthole. Yeah. And pushed the bottom of your colon. It's an it's like burn that must be cleansing. I mean, does this fucking cleanse actually work? I swear I got over here. I had some fruit I've been so gase I peed four times. I'm like, how could this already be going already cleansing me? Yeah. I think it is. I think it is. I think it's well, it's weird. We, we went we board everyone on our patriot. And they're not always they're not always that, that single minded in boring. But we were just got we got it in the cable of this, goddamn GM diet. Yes. And we got Johnny doing Teddy's doing it. Their, their head of you there on their online. Meet or their pass me their past meat. But I, I know that it's it is at least weight loss wise. I mean, I think it's working just think of it. You only have to suffer through milk and bananas for twenty four hours like anyone can do it just literally just go outside. I I'm gonna I'll have to like just drive around because I don't eat while. I'm like, in the middle of the day. If I'm busy, I'm home. Right. I yeah, I just got to keep busy, right? I mean it's weird. I feel I do feel I do. Yeah. Like you seem insane. Yeah. I do feel and that's period too. And but I do feel on. You know it's not just like any I don't know. There's something about eating the, the one thing, the one thing, and I'm yeah, I can't explain it when anyone tells you about it, fruit one day vegetables, one day fruit and vegetables together, milk and bananas. You always think I can do it because you've just eaten just eating like a normal person. And then you go I can do that. And then you also think fruit and vegetables, it's still healthy. It's good for you. I love that. And then you realize, wow. By you know two pm three pm. It gets real hard. Yeah. No real hard. You can't even have soda you can't even out now. I did get seltzer. I don't know if you can have clump club soda, but you probably have any I mean I did have Globes ODA. Yeah, I did. I did. I did I had bubbly slash blackberry club soda, but it's just infused doesn't have any calories or sugar. And it does not know it's a clans. We're doing it. The GM diet, it is the General Motors diet. I mean, I don't know who it's for I don't know for like factory or what I mean, we have no idea. We didn't even do the research, Julie didn't even Google the damn diet, like she's like, oh, come on milk and bananas. And it was yesterday. And I you're on fruit and vegetables, she's like, oh, okay, I'm like, bugle the diet. I did after you told me that I was like, what am I doing? I'm just I don't even. Like just going from like YouTube videos, we walked, yeah. Well, exactly, okay, let's get to I of the shit storm. She didn't take some shit put up on the wall chicken. You take shit bought off of the Washington, put it down on the floor in the glass bowl. She'd take some book and put up on the wash. Okay. Oh now Berlow energy, and we're starving. I hate. The political shit storms have gotten a real, boring post Muller reports the curtain pulled back and reveal the political side of politics and it's nut cute. There's nine hundred different committees in congress investigating every area of Trump's life. And he is working twenty four seven to block subpoenas for every financial document, and every requested testimony. But he kicked it up a notch this week when he walked out in the middle of a scheduled infrastructure meeting was speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi, and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, and that in a nutshell started. The shit store was right walking out of the meeting. So apparently Nancy Pelosi had done a news conference before the meeting, and she said that Trump stonewalling all the subpoenas amounts to what they believe is a cover up. Okay. So this was the first time that Nancy Pelosi has gone on record and basically said that she believes that he's a fifth straight criminal and Trump was so pissed off that. He confronted her at the infrastructure meeting, and then told them at the meeting that there would be no deals until the cough all the investigations, and then he flipped around tosses fucking hair and stormed out turned on his heel. Yeah. No. So after he stormed out him and his Fox News media team shifted their strategy to slandering, Nance Pelos. I mean it's getting hot in the kitchen, and he will do anything at this point to prevent his taxes, getting out the unredacted Mullah report getting out and his financial records at Deutsche Bank from getting out so Trump did nine million different press conferences. He made sure to say that Nancy Pelosi has lost it. And clearly isn't the same as she used to be then he tweeted, an edited video courtesy of his media team at Fox News that said, Nancy Pelosi stammering her way through a speech, literally taking like a twenty Fox News taking a twenty minute speech. Or even longer and cutting up just putting together every time she stammered or stumbled over her words. I mean, God forbid, if someone can take this hour, long podcast and forty five minutes of it would be loops at it. Well, then the Khuda gras okay by a right wing group with a Facebook page called politics watchdog. They posted a fucking doctored video of Nance where they made the bitch look drunk, okay? They literally slowed down the speed to seventy percent and then altered. So when you slow down the speed of a video Wong, too. So then they put her pitch back up. So they had to go into pitch and make her voice go back up high. So it was like. So it sounded like her, but drunk and slurring. Okay. So Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani Guliani tweeted, the fake video, and, like eight million people or more. It's just climbing every minute viewed the shit on Facebook. Fucking Facebook man fucking Facebook. The whole thing is so fucking gross, and so fucking stupid. It's exactly why Facebook is the world's biggest asshole stay refused to this moment to take the booking video down. And by the way, I now know especially after Elizabeth Warren is fucking coming for, for all of them, Google all that's doing, and I love Elizabeth Warren, and I will vote for her because of that. And but all of that's doing is sending all those tech companies including most importantly, Facebook with all their money right into the arms of fucking Republicans who are going to promise that, if they give them their money for the fucking re election of Donald Trump that they won't put regulations on. Right. So. So just like Facebook doesn't want any fucking regulations? That's the reason they're not taking the video down. Right. And Mark Zuckerberg already has said like they keep hiding behind free speech and they hide behind. Well, people need to make their own decisions about what they're watching we can't police that. And it's just like you, you know, that that's shit is fake, and it's not just fake news. It's it's beyond incendiary and it is. I mean, wouldn't that be considered libelous you know what I mean? Right. Like Facebook is literally like we have a, we have a clip of like some bitch, who works Facebook like way, high up, she went on Anderson Cooper, and like tried to the only person that went on the news and she tried to defend like, why they left it up. But Facebook is literally literally, the number one most popular website for news, by far like it's like nowhere even near CNN Washington Post any of those places. Everyone gets their fucking news. First and foremost foremost from Facebook. But they do not have to follow. This is just fax. They don't have to follow the same rules that, like newspapers. Have to follow websites that are affiliated. With news broadcasts, like CNN Washington Post, New York Times Facebook does not have to follow any of the rules. This includes advertising, this is why fucking hate Instagram. Their false Vulcan advertising. This dumb shitty booking Chinese company goes on their posts fake pictures that they've ripped off of some fashion bloggers website. And then they sell you some crack dress. That was made for two dollars and Instagram isn't isn't responsible for that, right? Because they're saying that they're all just people putting stuff up just their social media accounts. Yeah. You just have to decide what you know what you wanna do about it. It's not their full. Meanwhile, it'll say paid advertisement. Yes. Sponsored by that Instagram got money for. And that's Mark Zuckerberg because we all know, Facebook owns Instagram. So less anyone out there be like I how many people realize that Facebook is owned by our executive order. And it's like a every one knows there isn't anyone that doesn't know. So when the thing goes around delete, Facebook, which it did on Twitter, the hash tag came back with a vengeance. Yes. The minute he fucking said he wasn't taking down the Nancy Pelosi video. It was like delete Facebook Oliver Twitter. And of course, there's always those fucking skanks that gotta come up from the fucking bottom dwelling basement. They live in and be like, do these people even know that Facebook owns Instagram. And it's like, yeah, we do we all know that we all know that we're not going to be like delete, all your social media's and go fuck and live alone, and a whole, right? It starts with Facebook. That's how it starts and Facebook is the most incendiary of all of them, period. There are the number one news source rates. Exactly now, I'm sure that there are Dr Trump videos so kooky, Coulter Democrats share and believe in those should be removed, too. And there should be removed to like the there, I've seen fake videos for sure. And if it's if it's put up his news, like it's one thing, if you, you know, somebody makes some parody or some sort of satire. Fire or whatever. That's one thing I do think. Yeah. Like Randy rainbow, let's say, right. Randy rainbow. We all know Randy when rain or does the thing, it's like he splices in the actual person, and it's him. And then he turns it into a song, and then we know that's not an actual news broad raced, so but when you're saying, like this look at this, this is an news outlets are saying, this is real, this is real, and it's like, and it's always extremist wings of both parties. And by the way, it's no one. It's Russian troll. Heather, it's Russian trolls, who invented a group called politics watchdog and came in fucking post this shit. It's rush and fucking trolls. Right. And even if it's a fake video, Donald Trump in some far left group, that's a crazy insane far left group. That's Russian trolls to. Right. Right. It is. It just is. It's when it's on social media, and it's crazy like over the top fucking like tribalism like political tribalism. I whole heartedly know it's fucking Russia, barrels it just is just because who has the time. Who has the time, right? Only people who are paid by right? So bas- books in a Representative to talk to basically what it is, is. There's two things happening here. Okay. The insanity of Trump and his clear unfitness to be functioning as president of the United States. Okay, which is being showcased and was showcased through his week long fight with Nancy Pelosi. Because don't forget, Trump tweeted a video the Fox News made. It was an edited video, it wasn't a doctor video, but it was edited to be misleading. Trump tweeted that, and then says she stammering away through speech, then he went on fifty different press conferences, and and rose guarded getting on the helicopter in the fucking west wing in the losses. She's lost. Yes. She's lost it. She's she was listen. She's actually this. Do you think Nancy's you think when he when he says them by their first name, and he any only under the he ever says, Chuck, Chuck Chuck or Mitch Mitch Mitch? I think he just says Nancy, you know what I mean. Yeah. And he's always like you think Nancy's the same as she was he by just her first name. And I'm like you're one hundred two are you writing that she's what senile is? She having a senior moment. I'm sure you recognize it easily you're insane. Exactly. It's like it's an old person calling another person old like are you fucking serious right now? So he's really showing how crazy is. Okay. That's the first thing and then the other. Other thing is what we were already saying, which is Facebook's involvement, which displays they're insanity and unfitness to be considered a new source. So that's what's happening. It's like an it's happening at the same time and, and the shit storms kind of like combined. So Facebook sent a Representative to talk to Anderson Cooper, and they which she attempted to defend leaving up the doctor video and Trump interrupted a news conference. He held about farmers receiving federal bailout, to let everyone know that he is a stable, quote stable genius. He says this and I actually, he said it as a joke, and I thought it was pretty funny. But, like, like people are basically saying, people are saying, I'm all over the place. But I'm not I'm stable, staple genius, and then he goes, literally he has his like fucking aids lined up. It's like Kellyanne Conway Sarah Sanders all the assholes. He has them lined up. He's out of podium with dumb fuck farmers behind him with big old cowboy hats on. Like, well, where's our aid? And it's like fuck off. He goes down to each person and says talking about that he stormed out of the meeting. So he wants to make Nancy Pelosi look like she made up a story and he wants his whole staff to then confirm that he didn't storm out of the me. You got you will not believe the video you going to play for you. But if you see it, it's. Nope. Resonated mystery of note, but he and he's notorious for doing this, where he's we've seen a few of them where he has them all all in the demeaning cable. He's like, oh, well, you've, you've done an amazing job. Mr President, you're the best president. We've ever seen Mr President your so whatever. I mean it's like he makes them tell the cameras it truly is astounding. It is it really is. It really is. So here's this one. I was just dying. So I just want to let you every time I go into a room if there aren't cameras. They come out say, oh, he was yelling. He was screaming Kellyanne. What was my temperament yesterday? I hope. Probably she's like smiling. Lawsuit. Because everyone was. Com. Jason, you can be common. Still have a temper tantrum. A temper tantrum storming out meeting. You didn't have a temper tantrum today or dawn D. Yeah. Whatever you didn't have a temper tantrum today. You were good today. Normally you do have a temper tantrum. Yeah. And it's a tantrum if you leave a meeting a scheduled meeting where you're supposed to sit and compromise and discuss and you can't do it. You, you throw down a fuck in ultimatum, and you spend on your heel and toss her hair and go. The cable Cedric. You want to hear this when they wanted to ask. See he doesn't t speak news. Voice, you said, oh, God Kellyanne. Talk about instruction. They made them right? And I just don't know what she's going to do when you see it's going to be one of the great trade deals. The great Larry. Could you should not a television? He said, more live calling up. Larry didn't even remember he's at the meeting. No one even knows. Larry cudlow is. So they have this narrative that they want, because I saw a crying Jack yesterday, and he crying, Chuck. That's what he does. And he was this, that Larry, you were there, there were many people there, by the way, many, we can get twenty twenty other people to say this, what was my good. Get us twenty other people because we're enjoying it. Very calm. You laid out. Contributed germs Pimm on layer. Larry, he's National Economic Council director. Thank speaker, insane anything, they couldn't they have time. Well, they didn't have a tantrum then. Much calmer than Senator crazy. Exactly. They know that when the twelfth Democrats here, thirty for the first meeting. They went out to the six and address best, and I think you should go back and play speaker Pelosi's comments Mezei, because she made very clear that it was projected constructed move toward infrastructure. And some of you asked her how you investigate him in org on infrastructure. And she said we didn't talk about investigations. We're here to talk about infrastructure so that changed yesterday. Now she came here. Russia. Just come forward as anybody knows now. It's Sarah Sarah Huckabee Sanders to soak in both the meeting today. The narrative was, I was screaming. It was terrible much Nancy and she was all craziness ends and everything. The bego. Just curious that you were there. Very calm. I've seen both and this was definitely not. Or ranting very calm and straightforward and clear that we have to actually get to work and do good things for the American really. And it's going to be impossible to do that, for spending all of our time fighting, so, so that's why you get you just leave the room. Right. Even have a conversation. Yeah. That helps the American people that motherfucker she has learned from Kellyanne Conway, and they will spin, spin, spin, God, it was all about just getting getting to work for the American people. A well I've seen I've seen both when you act like a fucking asshole. I've seen both those things. And that was you were not acting like that. You actually just we're calm. When you had your this is this is a calm tantrum. Not a temper tantrum, right? Oh, everyone's just shut up. Yeah. They just the word tempers really guess they're taking umbrage with so what they're trying to do. Now is spin it that because of all the house investigations that now no legislation for the American. People can get done poor American people with their grows in their bridges roads and the bridges the roads and the bridges, and it's like okay, well, we all know relief and by that, I mean, ten people because no one else even knows or cares nothing gets done, if it can't go to the Senate floor. The house has passed over one hundred pieces of legislation that have not been seen by the Senate because Mitch McConnell will not allow them to be seen. The house can go all God day long without even getting Donald, they didn't get Donald Trump's permission to do the equality Bill. They didn't get Donald Trump's permission to pass vote the voter suppression act, but they did it anyway. And then it all just died in the Senate because Mitch McConnell's grim reaper, and he's America's number one enemy. And so they want to spin it, but it doesn't work because it's the Senate. So we don't it doesn't matter if they're investigating him. They can't get any of their bills to the floor anyway. Right. They can't. Because when on all of his base, and all of the FOX people, and everyone who will only hear what he has to say, and they'll believe what he has to say, like, well, I don't understand why there's not. Five hundred fucking incriminating videos of Mitch McConnell floating around, and they wouldn't even need to be doctored like the one where he fell down. But all we do is just pussy foot around and focus on the wrong thing. How your messaging be about Mitch McConnell, every single person don't even have them going without talking about Mitch McConnell. Mitch McConnell make him the enemy, if all of Trump's supporters love him, they don't know shit about Mitch McConnell. Exactly. Just say, we can't get anything passed because Mitch McConnell. Mitch McConnell won't let us see anything, Mitch McConnell, Mitch McConnell make his name fucking like like anonymous with nothing getting this. It doesn't matter about Trump and if Nancy Pelosi wants to get up and she can simulate all day, and she just be like look Trump is whatever he is, and we're going to try and work with them. But at the end of the day, it doesn't matter because Mitch McConnell's the one who's pulling all the string. Yeah, that's what she should say sheet, that is what she should say. And that's what they all should say. And have the guy's name, you household name, like not like Karl rove or nobody even knew who he was like, make sure people understand what. He does and why he's evil. I mean definitely, though, at that time you heard that Karl rove was evil while he was the Bray, he was the he was, so it's like, but people are not hearing this about much, and I know they're not because it's so hard to get through, like right now is the time to for people to learn about politics because they're paying attention more than ever. And I don't know. But their messaging needs to they all need to get together with their messaging, and you hear that all the time, and I finally finally, understand what it means because I know that if every fucking time there was a camera on their face. They said his name things would start to change area. Then you start threatening him the way he threatens them. So now, Facebook, okay, Trump was asking a press conference if you knew anything about the misleading videos, even though he tweeted one and Rudy Guliani tweeted, the other one he's, he's never he doesn't know about anybody else. He doesn't know about anybody else. Right. Youtube took down the one that was clearly doctored and fake Rudy Guliani deleted his tweet. Okay. But Facebook refused to remove it, and they defended it to Anderson Cooper, and people are just like no one can believe no one can believe in the wake of the two thousand sixteen election. Obviously Facebook has repeatedly told congress the American people that you're serious about fighting disinflation faking this. Yet, this doctorate video that I think your own fact, checkers acknowledges doctored of speaker Pelosi remains on your platform. Why? Well, first off, I think the suggestion is that we haven't taken action, and that's not right. We have acted anybody who is seeing this video in news feed, anyone who is going to share it to somebody else. Anybody who has shared it in the past there being alerted that this video is false. And this is part of the way that we deal with misinformation. We work with internationally certified fact, checking organizations that are independent from Facebook. The thoughts based in Russia. That'd be making decisions about whether something is true or false. And as soon as we get, and we did in this case as soon as we get a rating from them that content is false. Then we dramatically reduce the distribution of that content, and we let people know that it's false. So they can make an informed choice. What why we did? Yeah. We think it's important for people to make their own informed choice about what to believe. Our job is to make sure that we are getting them accurate information. And that's why we work with more than fifty fact checking organizations around the world. If there were misinformation that was, let's say tied to an ongoing riots or the threat of some physical violence somewhere in the world. We would work with safety organizations on the ground to confirm falsity and linked to violence, and then we actually would remove that misinformation. So most information about the beer that doesn't promote violence, but misinformation that, you know, portrays the slander an promotes distrust in this country, and how do they know not gonna try to kill her. Know drunk or somehow impaired. That's fine. You know what's important to UN's is making. Sure, you have the accurate information to make their own choices. And I think if you look right now at the we are telling people that this is false. You're not putting or powerful than you're right. But the video is powerful more powerful than whatever you're putting under the video. Well, actually what we're seeing is that the conversation on Facebook on Twitter offline as well is about this video having been manipulated. I mean as evidenced by, you know, my parents today, this is the conversation that conference because of other people not because of you this video is that they're discussing the fact that it was manipulated. And that's the conversation that people should be having. And that's what we want. We want to keep the video up. So people stay on Facebook Zeigler. They continue to talk about it. That's on there. And so that they continue exactly to art. Thank you to argue to start fights to keep fighting so that we can put up other ads so that they can see those ads while they're either fake. Yeah. And also Lou Vincent, Pachulia home of people fighting, but Facebook should be called fight book, exactly what we want. And when we're offline off Twitter off Instagram, and behind the scenes, what we're talking about is fighting. And we hope that people just continue to fight on Facebook, so Anderson. I mean, you know, so delete Facebook when all around. Hitter again Facebook kept Alex Jones up so long after YouTube banned him like he didn't interview with the New York Times, Mark Zuckerberg where he's like, we we're going to keep up Alex Jones because I let people on the on the platform who deny the holocaust, and I'm Jewish. And it's like you ask all you are fucking asshole. I it's so fucking toxic. Like even the people who are affiliate who made billions off of Facebook. There's like this group of billionaires that got rich from Facebook, okay? Brian acton. He's the one who was like the co founder of what's up. He said, it's he last year, he did hashtag. He's at it's time to delete Facebook, Sean Parker. You remember him from the Facebook movie. He was a Facebook's first president. He said, God only knows what this is doing to our children's brains. The former head of growth for Facebook described social media as quote, ripping apart, the social fabric of how society works in the. Most recent and highest profile act of derision Facebook, cofounder Chris Hughes, who was also in the Facebook movie. He was Mark zuckerberg's roommate at Harvard, he announced this month that Facebook should be broken up by the federal government. We're getting into a situation where it's like it's, it's a massive massive corporation. That is absolutely dominating dominating the space. He buys every single social app that comes out there's no he stifles innovation. He owns everything. It's a complete and utter monopoly. And that's a legal. Exactly him. And Jeff Bezos needs to be fucking they do and Amazon's gonna have to get broken up to. It's beyond okay? I can't the fact that it was already appalling to me the fight between him and Nancy Pelosi just because it really showed he's just so deranged. He's just unstable the fact that he said he's a stable Jimmy as we know he's unstable. Right. He's unstable. And I feel it and it makes me feel unsafe. Yes. When all you're worried about is Nancy Pelosi, and you're not he's just he's unstable. And then you throw in Facebook and oh, so many people were playing old videos of Rudy Giuliani during two thousand sixteen talking about going going. Facebook, just Google news. Google Hillary Clinton is sick and you will see so much information about how sick she is. And it was all bullshit, all bullshit about her being sick. And now they tried to do it again with nouns pillows, but everybody is to fucking savvy for that. Everybody's fucking onto you. Now, people know about the Russian trolls, you're not gonna fucking do it again. And it's just that's where. I can't think straight, it's because of as book. I'm so glad that we're off Facebook. Yeah, I'm your number on it. But, but our podcast is off your personal account is off me, too. I mean I am. It's like the only thing it's where everyone is headed you guys can put it off. But I mean, really you should just try it. And just go Twitter and Instagram and just try to slowly back off of it. But the good news that we have, and the only good news is that Trump's been trying to like block all of the subpoenas. That's what he's been doing. That's the whole thing with Nancy Pelosi because she's the head, she's the speaker of the house. She's the head of the house of representatives, and they are the ones with all the investigations. 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No one thought it would pass the thought of it was as crazy as Trump becoming our president, but thanks to Cambridge Analytica Vladimir Putin and a building full of Russian internet. Trolls, British citizens stunned the world by voting for fucking Brexit. That's right in a nearly identical political strategy to the Trump campaign, pro Brexit, strategists use the coke brothers funded company. Cambridge a Liga to scour social media, and pinpoint disenfranchise unemployed people in depressed areas, sound familiar, then through the use of Russian troll farms. They fed them, fake news about immigrants taking over taking all of their jobs, but a little bit of this is exactly how Trump got elected. And after. That election, the UK found themselves up shits creek. Yeah. And we were up there with them. We were at the we will shits requests, you could make it come on just like sitting in our own boat with no paddle, like we're fucked, too. So at that point in the summer of two thousand sixteen them prime Minister David Cameron. So he had called for the Brexit vote for some like political reasons and never thinking, it would actually pass. And when it did he resigned. So Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London emerged as the front runner to replace David Cameron, but Boris Johnson's campaign manager like turned on him and ruined his campaign, and that left only Theresa May as like the only viable candidate available. Right, so, and that was pretty much the beginning of then for Theresa May, because there was no viable or realistic deal to be had for Brexit. And it was supposed to be a fake choice on the ballot like just like Trump. And it ended up passing because a gazillion ignorant. People knew nothing about politics. And we're tricked by social media fearmongering and noticed. I don't call them dumb because these people aren't done. They're just uninformed which is ignorant. They're just uninformed and got had. On facebook. They got fucking had on Facebook. Yup. And a lot of the people are, and if you watch and I watched a law of Brexit stuff this weekend. And when they interview people, it is literally, you could put you can put make America maga- hat, you can put. It's the same shit. They're taking our jobs. Why are we're a sovereign nation. We need somebody to lead us, whereas our jobs. I wanna make more money. It's the same shit. Literally, I'm going to read this member. The lady on meet the press doors curtains, the from the orient. Yeah. Yes. In a of jittered pressure, children, though, when you did like her legacy so doors curtains, she was on meet the press again. And she said, she's click summed it up in wasn't about Brexit. It was about America but it applies and I put it in my phone because I was like so into it. So she said that when this happens like where we're at right now in America, and definitely where they're at in England. Happens because prosperity when prosperity isn't shared like an democratic nation when there are people who are disproportionately like so lucky and so well off, when that prosperity isn't shared people feel left out. And then there's a disconnect between people in the cities, and then people who like live out in the country. So when people out in the country suffer they blame immigrants and then they vote based on fear and democracy for democracy to work there. There has there needs to be a way to share the prosperity. Right. And that definitely comes with rich people, fucking pain. They're fucking taxes. Absolutely. And that's what we're experiencing here literal. And exact. Yeah, there's too much prosperity for two few and not enough for too many, and those people out people who live in the sticks or even just in the middle. They have their own. They're living in the city, but there's no jobs for them. Well, and they blame immigrants. They're told that the immigrants took their jobs. Right. And especially when in America, I. Think farmers, let's say factory workers were esteemed coal miners. Like you're, you're, they kind of felt special you were like the backbone of the in your known. Is that you're the backbone? You're the blue-collar you're the you're the worker you're the, you know, the we can do it and all that. And that has been degraded completely. Yep. And now they don't feel special, and they're not yet, and they're not jobs at Jonah, Oregon, and the factories close because they moved to China or Mexico wrecked. And now now not only are they taking our jobs here. They're being put out there. And then you're going to take someone out there who's gonna come in here and take my job. Make America great again. Yeah. So then you're fucked. And that's exactly what's happening in England. Exactly. And it's so sad, and it's sad for tree Somme. Okay. Basically, the European Union is a political and economic union of twenty eight states. Okay in Europe. It has an estimated population of like five hundred thirteen million. So they have like their own market, like with their own trade system, their own laws. They can go in and out of every state. They don't have to like people in Ireland, can go to England and they can just move. They don't have to fucking deal with passport. Yeah. Like everyone lives in one country. Yeah. And they have their their their European passport. I got in the union, and then I remember I went to. England, and like two thousand one and it was still the pound. And it was the year after that, that it went to the euro in two thousand and two nineteen of the Member States came together. All went on the euro. So it's such a big deal for them to leave and Theresa May thought she was going to be able to handle it. You know. Yes, she did she did think, so when she tried to from what I can understand. She tried to go in and have a compromise. It would be like, I guess, dealing with it is, literally like dealing with the Senate and the house gets same shit. Like they have a conservative party. It's like parliament and the conservative party that were like split in half. Right. And because of the way it went down. It was like these people had owned the parliament, and it's like and they'd been in the European Union for forty years. And she had to try to like make her way through like a parliament, that was like split between people who were like hardcore like Brexit. And then people who like wanted to stay. And then there was the whole liberal party. And the some of the people are theorising that had she apparently what she tried to do. I was work within the conservative party only. So she had worked within that in the only that party so you have the Brexit IRS and you have the conservative people within the conservative party and she tried to deal with them alone before she dealt with the whole other liberal party. And so what they're these guys are saying, our, you know, had she gone to everyone at first she might have been able to make a deal, but she only worked within one section for too long. And then it became impossible. Yeah. Well. Let's she gave her speech. I watched the whole speech, I really liked her speech a lot. And obviously I'm not involved in this could be like there's another me sitting in England. The British very sexy version of us in England probably saying that they like Donald Trump because they're not a part of it. I don't get the vibe that Theresa May's like Donald Trump. You know, but I liked her speech, right there shuttle think they see her like Donald Trump. But they are other there's other character actors. Yeah. Have emerged that are like Donald Trump like Nigel Faraj, and that guy Boris Johnson is like Donald Trump. So they're having like they have a very Trumpian. Yeah. I have those guys there. She's not. I mean, that we don't know the ins and outs. So we just like are based on whatever, just her talking. But here's the end of her speech where she, she gets choked up, and I thought, I mean, I was touched by her speech. Politics, maybe undestroyed, but there is so much. That is good about this country so much to be proud of so much to be optimistic about. I will shortly leave the job that it has been the owner of my life to hold. The second female prime minister, but certainly not the lost. I do so with no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country. I love. And then she broke for a second turned around and walked away. Just you drop the mic and said fuck you got us base. And we know what it was mind boggling the fucking like terrain. She was going to have to navigate to make this deal happen. She wasn't able to do it. She proposed five hundred different ways. Nothing past and whoever her successor is isn't gonna fucking find a deal either. No. So let man go takeover and washer, man fuck and not do it. Because that's what they all want. Right. That is what they want. And the one of the things that was so gross about watching that the coverage and hearing them a lot of different people talk about her. They all talked about how she never showed emotion. She this is the first time we saw her show emotion, and then they pan right to her husband, and you see him kind of go like west. She did that. And it was like a little there. He goes, you could see that she relooked and it was like what would they ever say that about one man, never clear? Somebody would ever say that he doesn't show emotion. She's the fucking prime. Minister of the fucking of fucking England what he wanted to do. Be like Brexit. Oh, no xactly. She's the leader of an huge dissect America. Yeah. Like give her fucking break, and the whole thing limit as they sweep their feelings under the rug and stiff upper lip and all that. Like I mean, and yeah, they wouldn't say about a man, and if he did show motion than they would be fucking like when Jimmy Kimmel cried and was home. We can call them like a woman. They say now when I was like a woman. Good luck England. I'm happy that Theresa May's in her feelings like us. Yes, you know, she's not she's not having the best week. No, no. And it was like Bill Browder said Putin wanted to destabilize the west and this was how he did it. And you and you know what mission accomplished? All right. Well, we got just but t I p girl but now it's time for douche capacities. I think know show is on. I guess. These. This segment is called douche pads and it's pretty self explanatory. It sure is. Okay. So there are some massive massive douche bay. It's happening at the top of Mount Everest. Okay. And the whole thing is just fucking vulgar, this whole episode is about social media, and how it's ruined the world, this whole episode. So you've all probably heard about it, 'cause you're all in social media. But if you haven't seen the photo, or if you haven't done a deep dive, then you might not be aware of exactly how do she the whole thing has gotten. Okay. So over the last week. Two people died at the top of Mount Everest while waiting to get in line while waiting in line to get to the summit and three people died on their way down. If you haven't seen the image of the line waiting to get to the summit, please, Google it now, I'm going to show it to me for the first time to let you guys hear her real time, reaction this is of the douche campaigns happening at the top of mount. Everest, this is the line to get to this. Oh my God. Oh my God. Can you fucking believe that and they're all just going up there to what takes fees? And then when you get up there to the people lined up in puffy jacket chest toback chest back on the edge of fucking cliff the highest peak in the whole world waiting in a line that is over three hundred and fifty people deep Google this image right now. If you haven't seen it, then you get to the summit, it's the size of two ping pong tables, only fifteen to twenty people can fit on it out of the time. They're jostling an elbowing to take the fucking perfect selfie, and people are in wearing oxygen. You can't even be up there. If you're not an oxygen tank, they have oxygen tanks and their oxygen tanks. Run out. They run out of oxygen and they die and people this woman that died waiting in line. People are stepping over dead bodies. You don't even go up to the top of Mount Everest, without seeing a dead body. You don't they see dead bodies on the way down. People are dead, what the fun it's fucking. What's and I go fun. It's clearly because social media p. Weren't even going to museums. We have this, this museum, and lack Ma in L A that has all these lamp posts out in the front of lock Ma there's like they're lined up. It's like all these lamposts. It's hard to describe it's like an art installation. The lack mutt would be a ghost town. I lived I've been living out in LA for a long, long time. And it was not until Instagram, you can't drive by that museum at any time of day. Morning noon middle of the night that there's not motherfuckers. They're taking self fees in front of that museums all over the world have become places to be because everybody needs to fuck in have their status symbol and Mount Everest became the ultimate status symbol. The guy that died, ma'am out. Yeah, he posted on fucking Instagram, of course, because it's whole thing is about thirsty. Graham, the whole fucking thing is about to Graham, he posted with a single route to the summit delays caused by overcrowding. Could prove fatal. So I am hopeful that my decision to wait to go to the summit on the twenty fifth will mean fewer people. Unless of course everyone else plays the same waiting game. He's dead. He's dead. And he jets is because of no oxygen or do they fall off to. Well, they're taking a couple people fall off and on their way down. People die. They have heart attacks because of because you're up there you are. You're not in your right mind. It's like the atmosphere is like Lord of the flies people because social media already makes people simply at fucking trader Joe's like tunnel vision. Myopic, everybody's pushing their car, nobody sees anyone else come single-minded because of social media. And that's what this is they've like we've hiked and whatever for however many weeks, and we're finally getting up here and they will not be denied to get that picture. They will not be denied and then ended up eleven people have died in two thousand nine hundred alone. It's only may oh my God. What who go? What do you, I don't even I can? I can't I honestly I can't. I mean healing you like an eye. Fucking -rageous. I'm like fuck in this guy. This guy said there's a picture of this guy sitting down he has this giant crowd behind him, and he's holding he's covered his whole body is covered in, like a snowsuit, and they has an oxygen masks. You can't even see his face, and he's holding a sign that says, I love, you mama. I'm like you know what I'm gonna do. I'm going to take that picture and say it's me because you can't even tell who it is. Right. And then all you see on the summit of fucking Mount Everest the top of mount. Everest is twenty other people in snow suits, milling around, and doesn't that make it less special. You. I know that for people who climb and whatever other like I'd climb Mount Everest. I'm amazing. Well, it's like we'll pantley anyone can unless you die with it or no. They're not seasoned climbers because of social media. There's become this whole black market of, like, tour guides, and people that will sell you shitty oxygen for cheaper, and they'll take you up there, because there's no one like, there's no officials up there. There's no regulations wherever amount, ever, ever says like around fucking like Tibet, or whatever the fuck, there's no like there's no laws or anybody regulating it. They just want tours money towards money there. I'm looking I have to. I look. And apparently this asshole climbed up to camp. But the jet scream Jetstream and return, closing the summit after only two days. So I decided to base camp. Or one hundred climbers did summit in those days with sadly two deaths. An Indian man found dead in his tent camp, four an Irish climber lost. They started a gofundme page for the Irishman but it's a futile attempt like that guy died. He said, oh, the one who wrote this. Yes, he said he's dead. And good. You know what a good read it I'm sorry. I know that's hard core. But, like straight up our fucking out of their minds. You're sitting there, Instagram. Ing about people dying and you're, you know, you're fifty five right? It's like you, you aren't a seasoned climber. You don't know if you can handle that altitude. I watch my dog said at the end of the bed at my parents house, in Arizona and practically dia fuck and heart failure. I'm like this dog is. Breathing at the end of the bed about to die and take him to the vet on Thanksgiving Day. And it's like you eat people who have to get to go even just like a few thousand feet. I don't even know how I can't I can't deal hashtag, Everest hashtag Evers twenty nineteen hashtag, I'm about to die. I mean in today's I mean just standing there you're standing in line behind someone and they just collapse. And you're like oh, and then you just you're so fucking hardcore that you step over the body. I read this other thing where this woman's like a seasoned climber, and it's like you see they see people going down, and they're suffering in their out of oxygen. And so you have to you wanna give them your oxygen, but you, you only have a limited supply. So then you have to, like try to help, but then you can't and you're having to be callous towards like what is the point or what, what is the point, not like you're on? You're not having to serve you didn't just get. D- deserted on an island. You're not surviving. You chose to do it to climb something you went to north face and bought a jacket for selfie for selfie. You wrote a sign that says, I love you mom to pull it out for a selfie like you died for a selfie. And it's and the mountain is covered in trash. It's like I said, there's a whole black market that sprung up around it. The government is becoming greedy and making unsafe conditions in order to get more and more money, people are thinking that anyone can do it and it's just like douche Hades being on, I mean, the on that was, you know, I, I didn't know that the I'm I that's not what I expect, I know. That's not expected. I couldn't wait. I band Julia from looking at it because I was like I must be the one, because I know we are so callous and insensitive. But I'm just like it's to me, it's a sign of the times, and it could never be more clear than this. And it's like I mean wake the fuck on up. Now it's time for. So there's that. Okay. So this is the part of the show, where I give Julie the task of finding a, so there's that moment in all of the stressful, and scary shit that's going on right now. Bitch us to do it week after week and it isn't easy, especially when all she's had to eat today's milk and bananas. We're very, very diet rage. Okay. So tell us what you came up with me. I'm out. Okay. Well, once again, I want to tell you something, this is impossible. Yes. Now just when I think all hope is lost. Some little gem does find its way to me now we it's funny that it's coming on Memorial Day week. I should say because I forgot that it even existed. But the universe must have been talking to me because I the last sort of couple days from watching the news and this is something I've thought about a on and off and I just thought that I've had is. I just I have often wondered why anyone joins the military. I don't understand it. I don't relate to it. And I've spent many, many years, judging it, and after doing this podcast, I have to tell you, I've been open to a lot and just in general just a lot just opening up. Now even though I will judge Julie something and someone to shit. I have also come to realize there's a lot I have misjudged and I have just been way to dare. I say judge. Gee, I think, after the two thousand sixteen election. People got so grossly divided in either got more judgy and more staunch in their judgy judgments, or realize that just because you have a farmer's tan, or where huge gauges or vegan. We're all Douches ultimately, the point is we're all Douches. And once we all come to terms with that, maybe we will find some middle douche ground for us all to stand on, and we can start changing some shit, and hopefully, the ground isn't on. Mount abbas? Exactly, exactly. There's a SP there's a do spectrum, and we all are on it with that said the military now I know there are many ado, in the military men, mendacious, women Douches gay, Douches, transducers, Jewish Douches, Christian Douches, Muslim Douches, and everyone in between. I don't hold our troops your identity your religion, your gender or the culture of service above or below anyone else's job or journey in life. I don't believe everyone is serving altruistic reasons but on the same token, I do. You believe some people are. I also believe that regardless of that everyone deserves the same shot and everyone who wants to serve should be welcome. If someone wants to serve this country, they should be able to do it. The transplant is so utterly offensive and grotesquely insulting. The fact that trans people are willing to stick their necks out to continue to fight is truly confusing and also inspiring the military is historically misogynistic Dennis toxic masculinity. And rape, I appreciate anyone in there fighting the good fight in order to change it and show us that there is some good in the world and some people actually trying to serve and to protect our country has a long into mulch history with the military, an America loves to put it on a pedestal. And we romanticize for those who love a man in uniform or a woman in uniform, or imagine the guts, and glory, and who arrive at all we relish, the pomp and circumstance and tightly tucked corners, the military provides, I've been guilty of enjoying a military type movie, especially when there's a woman in the forefront fighting for her right to kill just like the guys, you know, GI j. Rain. Most underrated movie of all time Demi Moore deserves the medal of honor. Well, dummy, this year, would make you proud because West Point just graduated the most diverse class in it's two hundred plus your history with the most exciting revelation that they've had the most black women ever in its history. That's so doubt it needs to be said, just quickly that the military does have a delightful passive segregating soldiers. And then, of course, not allowing women to serve in combat at all and the amount of rape. That goes within the ranks with that said the recent graduating class of West Point is quite incredible. And extremely extremely inspiring West Point military, academy. The big military academy in America, just graduated thirty four black women and two hundred twenty three women total. I highly encourage you model it, and check out the picture they posted because it's called slaying. I was watching the story thought why the fuck would they want to be in the military and during this presidency. I also should be said that their commencement speaker was Mike Pence. God vomit vomit. That's like having a rape survivors convention, and having well Mike Pence speaking, any who it really gave me pause. I really realized not only are these black women who will serve in the military. They're going to graduate as lieutenants, I suddenly felt safe. I know that these women are going to serve, and how many of our politicians have gone through the military. Now, we've got some of that, you know, there are some politicians who observed who are Douches and a little, but there are some that aren't if we're lucky these women will serve they will travel the world. They will see combat that which will change them forever. They will see the horror of war in a press cultures and men being disgusting, and hopefully this will turn the next generation of politicians who will come from such a deep understanding of the world and be deterred to war and to oppression and be turned on by democracy and equality and truant ending freedom. I see these black women in particular, and I feel they're already coming in from behind, and when you come from behind, and get to the front of the line, and become a leader. You know what people feel and have gone through and your gratitude and empathy. Don't go away, but are strengthened and emboldened. And I look at that picture. And I am like. Yup. Yes, really as much as this is this is a so there's that for us. I hope that it's. One for them to and they go into their future, and stay strong and get fueled and filled with the power of fucking fierceness for change, and don't get jaded and hurt and PTSD and be the change. We're all dying for you to be. So there's that. So that's it for this episode of dumb gay politics. Thank you guys for listening relea-, if you're on the east coast. Don't forget to buy tickets for our live show in DC, this coming Saturday, June. I it's five pm at the DC comedy laugh and tickets are available on our website are on their website, DC comedy, loft dot com. Or you can go to our website, Julian, brandy dot com and link from their Twitter resistance superstar, Scott Dworkin is going to be our special guest and the show ends at six after the main greet were hitting the bar and keeping with Artie and I know we say every time but don't forget about our pain on us. You can sign up for one dollar a week at W W dot patriots dot com slash dumb gay politics. 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44: The Needle

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44: The Needle

"Managed investment portfolio of Israeli focused public companies listed on the Tel Aviv stock exchanges visit my stake in Israel in this episode of Israel story is brought to you by our seasons sponsors the Jerusalem portfolio professionally newspapers ran articles and editorials but as we all know this wasn't always the case in Israel for many years the and an ideological statement visit my stake in Israel Dot com to open your account today this episode is also sponsored by two Nice Jewish boys too nice Jewish boys the dream of a state into a reality in that Israel there was little room for the Holocaust War and the Holocaust were taboo topics now close your eyes and imagine Israel and the Israel to of course this was a big milestone kids disgusted at school academics health symposiums and conferences at various universities gas spotify at two N J B dot Com or wherever you get your podcasts and now to our episode for investment than owning a small piece of Israeli economy the process is easy and convenient and in just a few minutes you can both make a wise financial investments awesome Isreaeli podcast in English hosted by all many eight hundred Weinstein each week they feature incredible guests and have fascinating nineteen forties or throughout the fifties it's a young country trying to construct a vibrant national ethos one of strength and resilience he shared some of his most riveting tales including ones of his time with James Foley in Syria you can subscribe to the two Nice Jewish boys podcast on Apple Pie was shameful and rarely discuss publicly authorship ski from Keyboards Fakih Him near the southern shore of the Sea of Galilee remembers the haunted Holocaust survivors who showed up shortly after the end of the war. Oh can you please introduce your invited. One that celebrates the farmer in the keyboard sneak and the young fighter's that against all odds won the war of independence and turn but then almost overnight that perception started to change and it changed because of one sure and I was born in Kibbutz officially what year were you born July then ninety seven were around they didn't really interact all that much with the Holocaust survivors their experiences their pasts or so wildly self by name is or was ski I made the name his Khalili changed from Hebrew to the different we did ask and they want to tell and that was pretty indicative of the general attitude European Jews many Israeli now in custody in Israel and will soon stand trial in Jerusalem we all know he's felt had gone to the camps like sheep to the slaughter selective without really resisting without putting up much of a fight sitting inside a glass booth in the Jerusalem courtroom many of us have learned about the trial in school watch documentaries about it on Holocaust Remembrance Day conversations just recently for instance they host the Bataille Engen in award winning war journalist who has reported from Kosovo Iraq and Afghanistan and even more than that he's become a symbol a symbol of evil about the Eichmann trial you can probably even conjure up the famous image of a balding middle aged man responsible for the deaths of millions of Jews hey I'm she harmon and this is Israel's story Israel's story is brought to you by PR ICS and is produced together with tablet major event on May Twenty third nineteen sixty as most of the citizens of the country where waking up from their afternoon nap full National Public Radio podcast called rough translation they bring fascinating stories from far off places all the way from Brazil China settlement a transformed into the role of gun buyer Warsaw is bombed blasted in Poland is in ruin last month they've told stories about Iraqi citizens rebuilding after Isis Evangelical Christians Confronting Climate Change a beloved McDonald's franchise in France archives and a bunch of other organizations have made sure it's at the tip of our fingers a few years ago they uploaded videos of the entire it's end of course I was sentenced to death years till this day the last person to be legally executed in Israel harmony invade they everton hopes of diplomats versus that no matter where you live you end up thinking of your own backyard of your own life and in this episode two masters of Radio best-known Israeli Massad operations the capture of Adolf Eichmann but as and many many others what stirring about those stories is that they bring new perspectives on familiar conversations the stories are so and don't worry you don't have to go searching for that episode will drop a rerun in our feed next week but that story was all about people horrors they experienced in the camps the trial opened up the floodgates and allowed for kind of national catharsis the world mark the eightieth anniversary of Hitler's invasion of Poland Great Britain and declare war on Germany and the start of the Second World War rough translations hosts Gregory Warner in NPR's Jerusalem bureau chief Daniel Estrin bring us a little known back story of one of the the Jewish problem the extermination of six million European Jews Ben Guliani then paused for a second I'll you're a while back he told the nation the Israeli security services discovered one of the greatest Nazi war criminal hear the story goes somewhere you'll never expect now long-term listeners might recall that in our second season we aired a story in which we went back in interviewed many of the folks who dealt with Aikman while he was on trial people who guarded him people who interrogated him even the people who executed him while to Youtube link to it on our site Israel's story dot Org and during the trial people came forward and recounted the seen our episode today the needle it's a collaboration with a wonder else here are gregory the Massad is the Israeli version of the CIA think secret spies agents who denied they work there so I was surprised to learn that there has been a tradition where one day a year the Mossad throws open its doors to the families of the Abraham is a former Mossad agent with passion for history he would set up these elaborate exhibits for the kids with say a typewriter from the fifties the typed in Morse Code Adolf Eichmann was Hitler's masterminded transportation he made sure the trains the death camps ran smoothly and after the war he escaped to Argentina until very much wanted their name to be part of ICEMAN SAGA and this one well it's strange it's about someone who did everything he please and accusers to wait the Massad has take your son or daughter to workday why not of near else alive fathom I I along with other Nazi leaders Aikman was responsible for what they called the final solution us Prime Minister David Ben Beyond made a dramatic announcement in the Knesset the Israeli Parliament Mama possibly could to erase himself from the history books to minimize his part in the capture of one of the most notorious Nazi worker Mahinda Ghana so we actually we didn't stay heave so we dictate them because they had the old life even when the mechanics eh but oh and her friends all strapping idealistic Sabah team men and women of the land were off fighting for the state to be in the OP guy told him he had something to show him in a refrigerated archive in the MASSAD BASEMENT TWAS in the corner ten boxes stuff all from one old operates and was ready and able to exact justice and it created the legend of the SOD this young spy agency from a tiny new country that discovered Aikman was hiding under a false name in Argentina then tracked him staked him out in his home kidnapped him sedated him dressed him in a flight crew uniform and snuck him onto Zakarani is memory the wolf of my memory codename the picture on the passport is Adolf Eichmann a Red Hannah Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem Report on the banality of evil and just in case none of this sounds familiar the Israeli he was captured by the Massad and brought to Israel and his trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one was broadcast all around the world I do not stand alone at the time most people had never heard these stories in public dysenteria in Israel which was full of refugees telling these stories was taboo delivered the bombshell I man named Sacre them are fatter by other adults iceman said with restrained excitement is victims became prosecutors of the Nazi in the dock you might eat serving here with me at this moment Shen it looks like someone say okay let's put everything in boxes and put it in the corner and don't touch it for fifty years of near finds an old LEICA camera a kid to make fake license homes and taught in Israeli high schools and the agents became national heroes with books of memoirs of their own that's the story of near found in his basement boxes and grit assassinations and is exhibit it's hit it goes up in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and then they're invited to Cleveland and then skokie Illinois and New York parts from the fifties had blue cloth and gold letters the opens one of them the name is in Hebrew Zev Zaccheroni if you translate the EV is wolf complained Israel with Argentine authorities none the wiser this is the capture story that would be told and retold in books and documentaries and feature film in six million prosecutors the Eichmann trial gave Israel new story to tell about a nation that had suffered a wrong the agents someone's mom had backup safehouse a guy in New York had the job of going to the post office each day to take all the mail from the Argentine sources and put in has to make a show for the public the first museum exhibit by the Massad about itself some Massad pr at a moment when the Massad is being especially criticized for leaping he cannot speak they cannot scream he cannot he looks very sick and in one thousand nine hundred sixty with the anesthetics of the time whenever a baby even preemies needed to be operated on the doctor died some years ago but I know he would not have talked to me anyway blue trousers stars of David on their caps this was innocence the trickiest part because they had to pass Aikman off to airport authorities as just a member of the crew whose feelings everyone that is except one person who was closer to the heart of this capture than anybody else and yet he did not want any part of the lights a pocket diary in code I remember that I opened one of the enveloped brown envelope and they so all these very possible from the fifth sixth Israeli past the new envelope for Tel Aviv is amazing all the time this someone in the audience that have a connection everyone wanted a piece of the story MHM arguing about some of those arguments revolved around just one object an object that I've near the Massad curator was trying to hunt down story my father didn't want to talk about anything in his kids would spend years asking themselves why who injected the sedative into item arm and then accompanied him through the airport and Weta Saudis both men dressed in flight crew uniforms with starched white shirts he probably would have shut me out as he did everyone who wanted to hear his story so I ended up meeting with his son Danny in a noisy Tel Aviv cafe geologist's like his dad he loves the artifacts of his profession a he actually has a collection of heart stents he's removed from patients bodies mounted he this mission to bring the Neal Our story is about the doctor the in Florida New Orleans and everywhere he goes this odd thing happens he's approached by people who say you forgot to include my dad why didn't you write the name of my father sick that's why the doctor was with him he needs to any to keep him like a puppet what does that mean like puppet like he's not they were called lambs to the slaughter and lambs don't speak make the AIKMAN trial became the setting to flip that script as a kid Danny remembers his father being gone a lot he was always on call travelling to different hospitals around Israel but one of those trips Danny remembers when he was eight years but he was gone for weeks and they have this really strong memory when he came back he gave me a pistol a toy pistol and the butt of the pistol was from either him this magician he was a legend in his field Daniel Estrin Jerusalem correspondent for NPR has been digging into the doctor story he was the anesthesiologist who would be called upon reports by gear buccaneer television but inside you can find common I think that all objects got energy one day is old he woke me up early in the morning a little kid and sort of kissed me goodbye many told me he was going to a lot a lot is about four hours south of tel-aviv calls it the world's largest collection the hospital where he works is the same one where his dad was the director of the anesthesiology department they call him Eliane number from until they were teenagers in high school and Danny was hanging out with some friends and they're talking about the IFA capture all male Danny had no clue what this kid was talking about had one of his father's long trips been for the Mossad to sedate and kidnap a well known Nazi Israel in Israel fifty years ago you could not get things so easily like you get now so these were very small signs that something may be not usually the judges people crowded around their radios and TV's accused adult from more than one hundred Holocaust survivors took the stand to tell their story it was like wow they have such beautiful things in a lot I was shocked yeah right my brother remembers the pistol was that difficult to do to put him in exactly that twilight that's why he was a professional his colleagues consider it became Eliane number two Mary left Israel and she stopped asking her dad questions he was not a storyteller etel was was very quiet and I remember getting a Dole Danny has a twin sister named Mary Mary Halpern Family and she also remembers this trip and remember the gifts what was the doll that you remember talking about mass murderer muscular but that's he he was adamant about that it seemed like his dad might have read knowing if I would I wouldn't tell you Unlike his sister Danny was not the type to let secrets lie we are fit with Israel self image of resistance and strength each is says the survivors were seen as victims. I don't like the limelight either just didn't like some people like it he doesn't he didn't why he must have had his reasons vary says in Israel where military sir I mean a group of friends were kind of talking and something about Eichmann and one of them turned to municipal maybe this is your father who is Dr Involvement all the years he he used to say that he was one of the people that capture is man we know he took party was there he was in the car one guy's dad booked hotel rooms is is going on you mean that there may be more to your father than you realize yeah they didn't even know which country those gifts had come somebody's will against the book critic oath the hippocratic oath the pledged med students take that a doctor should I do no harm to their patients hi right not to say anything to anybody this silence provoked almost opposite reactions in his two children the twins while her brother went to med school ervices mandatory many people have done things that they just can't talk about in public in Israel everybody's involved in these things than the Mossad everybody has kind of really give him one answer talk about that as a doctor he didn't feel quite right about using his knowledge his power again hey it's me she we'll get back to the story in just a minute but I wanted to make sure the all know about our newsletter some of you we recently learned weren't even knifeman and maybe there is something really uncomfortable about your father not only refusing to take credit for it but thinking something about it was wrong secret activities it's not that unusual what do you mean everybody's involved in besides many people are involved in the Mossad in Israel did you work for the MASSAD DOT COM to learn more about how you can invest in the Israeli innovation creativity and vision that made the desert there's no better gift any is a doctor himself he could agree that yes technically his father had brought harm Teichmann sedated against his will I told him Standi argument the hippocratic oath I mean so unfitting situation and they told him about this is not just any person this is Iceland read the headline here is not Dr regretted his role in Iceland capture that would be unthinkable here Dan gets home from school and he asked his Dad Dad did you did you do that alone is very sort of typical aware of the fact that we have one well we do and it's a great way to stay up to date want Israel story delivered did his role in this historic mission in the cafe I ask Danny about that about his dad's regret he did not like that word the the girl likes didn't have many Mary as a kid was more into soccer than dolls but even she had the same reaction brother like wow you can buy such beautiful things Sean even book about many times asked him but why won't you talk about this let's so secret everybody knows about so what what's the big deal. His father did events due to bench Ilian second I mean it's really finance thirty one years in the hospital I'm still considered the son of Dr Alien here I just don't feel like he regretted regret is just not the right word absolutely I never heard him say Kalanianaole kind of acknowledged it and just moved on repeatedly we asked and he didn't want to share any information he said Zim Danny spent his life trying to figure out his father's mystery should develop Danza trim guy in his sixties he's got two kids he's a card in in Israel is a country where everything is up for debate except for iceman. There's no debate talks go to Israel story DOT ORG slash newsletter and sign up today this right to your inbox special behind the scenes photos and staff recommendations want to be the first to know about our live shows and presentations and public I'd like to talk all right back to Gregory Warner and Daniel Estrin to understand the origin that strange phone call and how it changed things between the doctor and his son we should tell you about a twenty year hunt by one of Israel's most famous journalists for details about a different Masada operation that turned out to have everything to do with Aikman the journalists is Ronin Berkman the senior nationals suns granddaughters grandsons as the sun sets over Jerusalem everyone is together singing stunning melody's in partaking in behalf they noticed something strange it didn't have yours full name on instead of Leon Darker reason behind his father silence it all began when one day you'll know received a weird phone call out of the Blue Okay back to our story in two thousand seven Danny's father Yana was invited to the Knesset for a special event honoring you'll have the opportunity of welcoming Shabazz at the most symbolic of Jewish locations in doing so with a beautiful service alongside your spouse daughters that seemed like something you could stomach Danny and his daughter went to the Knesset in represented the doctor but when they received the commemorative certificate on this any devised a plan his daughter Golly had recently gone into the army and Danny thought that maybe in her olive green uniform she all those who participated in Aikman's capture but true to himself you're not refused to go his son tried to persuade him to attend for more information go to his lattice dot com that's easy R. A. T. I S. R. E. L. Dot Com all it said was doctoral for somehow managed to keep his name off the books even at the official ceremony found file which proved that something that was whispered as a sort of an urban legend throughout the years something that nobody additional service the Robinson's arch on the southern end of the Korte take place at six PM during the summer and four PM during the winter knew what is right or wrong just a rumor was in fact one hundred percent right say else to prove what we can do they decide to kidnap him and bring him back to Israel to stand trial and they recruit a legendary thinking about the court then and I can wholeheartedly recommend that next time you visit Jerusalem we check out the gala -Tarian Clinton for Kabala lasko turns into catastrophe because when they land in Israel the guy they were supposed to bring back to stand trial is dead the doctors drugs somehow killed him happened yet this was six years before that and actually this story is almost kind of an alternate version of the story in which everything that can go wrong finding Rome said they dispatch Israeli students to go search for him and train stations across Europe any it turned out to be just another fiasco because the the I secret and offers to sell them to the Egyptian embassy in Rome the Mossad wanted to get him this is like the on the Knesset this insistence to remain anonymous always seemed odd to Danny but he was about to learn a much and this is not only a failure of the mission the Mossad at the time had a mandate we do not use the Mossad does not kill Jews and the body is tossed out of the plane their race his name from the army records the guy's wife and son or never told the only civilian in very first years of Israel the Mossad is this new intelligence agency and the head of the Mossad realizes this is a great opportunity to prove what the story is told me that story this was actually the story of an Israeli army officer his name was Alexander Israel the public that everything that these people are doing is good right in just the Mossad chief orders the plane flown backup over the Mediterranean Sea you're young agency wants to prove itself by kidnapping someone overseas sedating him and bringing him to trial that was Aikman story but Aikman had does this is not the most that everyone is heard about this is not a sleek operation it's an amateur job from the very beginning the problem was to find him Israel who knows firsthand about this cover up is doctor Yona Elian and he's ordered to keep quiet fifty years later Ronin the journalists learn facing in two of these countries realize that something is going on they finally find him by accident in Vienna but it's not until they lower him to Paris that they managed to grab him the doctor examines him in Jackson with sedative and as he will do later with iceman he boards with him on a plane to Israel and this is where wife told me it was too sensitive he just did not want to revisit this and I really really tried to convince him to do it to go to the Knesset and received this certificate but to no avail and of course my father doesn't want anything to do with it so and as the story goes this Mr Israel was desperate for money and turned against his country in nineteen fifty four he flies out of Israel with a suitcase full of military so when I heard this I called up this guy the son of Alexander Israel Hi Good Morning Danny the doctor son wanted to talk with his dad about this but he wondered if his dad had refused to talk about his successful capture with Aikman how you might be able to push the old man's patriotic buttons maybe I'll use the fact that she's a soldier and that somehow you know get him to agree to go destruct told me listen son of the soldier just called me he wants to meet with me do me a favor you talk to him so we made a plan to meet Gotcha okay but then he canceled I called again and the anesthesiologist for the job the magician Dr and Dr Yona Elian the besides plan may sound very familiar with him it wasn't long after that Danny is over at his dad's House and his dad tells him wait here and he goes into his room father kept it money smart I went back to see Danny if these details get out this will make the Mossad look really bad there was by far less criticism and there was a naive belief in oh I wanted to know what it was like for him this conversation between two sons both struggling with the doctor silence I'm really I'm really asking you to just let let this be Danny says he actually explained to this Guy Luke my father doesn't talk to anybody and needed it's freezing and there's turbulence so the cabin pressure is going up and down and all of this affected how the sedative interacted with is about the file in the safe and starts writing articles about this story and that's when the doctor gets a phone call from the son of the Guy who died on the airplane and the doctor agent and that's why the man died and this is not an emotional confession this is more like two doctors discussing a case and comes back with a plastic bag with a needle inside and tells them this is the needle I used to put to sleep and Danny says he never even knew his at home alone in his house and he left no note neither Danny nor his sister thinks his death had anything to do with Doctor Your guy on the other end of the line asked yes you replied you killed my Father Dad's handwriting he has left it was only a few months after the doctor gave his son this needle that he killed himself history being preserved maybe didn't want his name or his voice associated with it but he did think this object was worth saving Danny on the baggy that the needle came in okay is a small sticker with a note that is father had written in English on this kind of one they think he was getting old and frail and oppressed I've struggled with this question and I still wonder much less was he going to say about this botched operation where he'd failed emission Danny wait spurs moment and he finds his father is actually even disagree about which of them received this gift Mary says it was her he gave it to not her brother but when he gave it he left no instruction okay so I call him up when I told them listen my father's old he doesn't WanNa revisit these things just doesn't want to and Mary the doctor's children they disagree about most things when it comes to their father they disagree about whether talking more would have helped him and about how often he was gone when they were kids fleet gets off that call and then he calls his own son. Obviously you won't get this phone call my father my father was really I you know he's the son of an accused trader he's not going to push it he said well if at some point later he wants to talk let me know exhibit and that's where I saw the needle for the first time in that tel-aviv exhibit under glass there's just something physical about it and intimate security correspondent for you the other and staff writer for The New York Times magazine is investigation centered on a secret safe in the Israeli government archives and in that safety sprint and eventually of near the museum guide the Mossad Found Him Cola Danny he gives me the the needle meal Danny looks at the label and says it's interesting because he didn't need the reminder but he wrote it anyway and to him it means his father cared about that For Danny this was his big chance to finally get his father in the history books he got the needle photograph in the newspaper he called up museums to find a home leather grip that scissors out like a switchblade Oh wow and in my hand the needle fuel surprisingly small much cotton and imagine that thing and iceman's arm and that was the object that made me want to learn the story of the doctor and find out who he was and what he went through the whole purpose of can I hold it and it's really a striking object it's made of metal it's got a handle actors life six years apart where he did the exact same job for his country injected a wanted man in a plane with such different results in it was up to them to decide what do next unwieldy it's hard to use it's metal and metal needle can cause blood clots but what had measly bothers my show yes and my brother's regarded this as a national treasure and said that this doesn't belong to us and brought to the museum but if you go to that exhibit today you're not GonNa see that needle after he took it for me I'd be happy to take the needle back and shaky handwriting I Mun Needle Zambian Government Danny is looking at this note this is the only piece of his he said that the country to give it to to the museum significant needle for him I think it meant something to him without expressing what it was on my last meeting asked Danny what the needle now means to him him to decide what to do with the legacy Gregory Warner and Daniel Estrin when he was glorified in national triumph in the other made complicit

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Guyanas Sudden Riches [Episode 56]

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

28:26 min | 1 year ago

Guyanas Sudden Riches [Episode 56]

"Welcome Tamar Mony Denison. And I'm Peter Scheckter today. Let's talk about a country that only a few people can actually place on the map. Granada is the teeny English. Speaking country in South America that is seemingly on the verge of a massive. I mean massive change. And why are we talking about this? Unusual former British colony which considers itself part of the Caribbean has less than eight hundred thousand people in as borders with Brazil Surinam and Venezuela because Peter in two thousand fifteen Exxon Mobil discovered one of the largest oil and gas reserves in many decades. In what is now known as the lies oilfield in this oilfield is capable of producing over seven hundred million barrels a year. That's a million for each Giannis. So when production begins in earlier mid twenty twenty will become one of the top world producers of Petroleum and certainly one of the top in the Western Hemisphere likely generating an explosion of wealth and economic growth. Never seen before in this very small country in the question and what we're going to discuss today is can handle the wealth coming into way and how it can avoid the oil curse that has haunted other nations in similar situations ammonia while while this incredible find is put on the map as a serious world oil player. It's also one of the least prepared countries to really be able to accept them. And take advantage of this breakthrough. It's it's politically vulnerable with weak institutions. And even though multilateral player like the World Bank Have been in the to help prepare. I'm just not sure they're ready for the waterfall of money. That's GONNA come their way. They've got tons of work to do. And to be able to truly benefit. From this. Bonanza. The country needs to be reformed almost from the ground up. The list is endless. From Developing Environmental Regulations Reorganizing. Its financial system building appropriate infrastructure. Creating laws that can guarantee the honest management of this explosion of investors and cash flows in development coming. Its way so the question is can the country find a way for this boom to benefit the people of this country in a sustainable way and you know other countries have done it before in the developing world. I mean it's not breaking any major barriers. That haven't been done before but the big question is can Yana. I think a lot of it lies on the political climate which is pretty uncertain and Yana could be. As you've mentioned like many other countries before it cursed by its own riches. We talked about the resource curse and to dive deeper in that. We'll be joined in a few minutes by David Goldwyn. Who's the president of Golden Global Strategies? And he's a world renown energy expert whose published extensively about energy governance and also advised countries. And we will talk to David about the outlook for Guliani including his take on the appropriate role for government and for the private sector in these resource rich countries but first a little context to say this is a huge oil. Find is definitely an understatement. Peter and what's right is that some countries have done good stewardship of the rich is. The fact is a record. For COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT DEVELOPED. Not Prepared is really really poor. Managing money dividing the responsibilities of the framework for administering. Ding resources Dividing up the responsibility between investors and the public sector executing plans for sustainable economic development. Those are all challenges that any developed country in its shoes will face and you know let alone a small poor country with an unsophisticated system. Michael Yon it's especially risky. You mentioned you mentioned politics. And so no. Iana has elections coming up. And they're already a whole ton of hot issues and has made some strides in anti corruption and transparency including publishing oil contract details and money laundering. Men Measures but challenges still huge. The the current government led by David Grainger of the APP New Party defeated the Pretty Corrupt People's Progressive Party which has held power for twenty three years but grainger now faced a no confidence vote last year and was forced to call new elections in March. Twenty twenty which is unbelievably exactly the time that the first oil check should do arrive in the mail and and you know what incredible timing and criticism for his party has been less about corruption but rather on how slow his reactions was on reforming the petroleum laws and building. Adequate regulatory frameworks so while one party was corrupt and maybe made decisions quickly. His party is less corrupt but they don't make decisions so it's it's a it's a tough situation in that country and to add to things and the potential success of John is oil and gas. Powerhouse is the fact that has a long border with Venezuela which is of course the global poster child for doing things wrong and governance of its oil resources especially recently. And there's already a border dispute between the two nations minute oh contested. Some of Janas oilfields and send gunboats to block ExxonMobil's explorations. There's a lot of noise there in the border and security challenges that are you know that Allah Venezuela's neighbors are facing are compounded in Guyana when there's incoming streams of cash that are going to that are expected short the goalies are understandably overjoyed with their soon to be riches but Mooney. This can go both ways. Either government gets its act together takes advice for multilateral organizations who've seen similar scenarios before and continues to work on transparency and on tackling corruption or the country could become the next victim of corruption resentment and instability. Add to help us. Analyze these scenarios were joined by David Goldwyn President of Golden Strategies? Llc and a recognized thought leader Educator and policy innovator in energy security and extractive industries transparency. For years I've said today that he's my energy guru David served as the US State Department's Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy where he conceived and developed the shale gas initiative and the energy governance and Capacity Initiative. He previously served as Assistant Secretary of Energy for international affairs and his National Security Deputy to US ambassador of the United Nations Bill. Richardson importantly he advised. Statoil. Norway's National Energy Company now known as Ecuador one of the world's most successful and transparent stewards of Energy David is published everywhere on topics related to energy security and transparency. David welcome to Ultramar to let it to be here. So can you just start David but a teeny country? But it's about to be the newest petro state but I mean it's actually going to. It's more than just a state. If a little petro giant so can you just give us a sense of like the size of the find and just? How big is it really? And what gives a context here so in absolute terms So far Diana's had fourteen discoveries and their reserves are estimated at about six billion barrels so in terms of absolute quantities. That wouldn't crack the top twenty of oil producers. Venezuela has three hundred billion barrels but on a per capita basis. It's enormous because on has eight hundred thousand people. Today they have the per capita income of Tonga but by twenty twenty four. They'll have the per capita income of Brazil. So it's a big deal and frankly they're just at the front end of the The exploration phase the other the other metric took keep an eye on is money. So they're gonNA have one hundred twenty thousand barrels of production. Probably starting in March. They're going to get about three hundred million dollars a year but by two thousand twenty four when production ramps up to about six hundred thousand barrels. A day it's going to be five billion a year. That's a big jump so absolute terms. You know it's a very significant. Probably the biggest find that the industry has had in years. But what's really matters is what it means for Guyana. It seems like it's vulnerable David. A country that the poor former colony with kind of weak government. It can either thrive or collapse under this massive oil hurricane. What does the homework that we have to do? In this short short time to prepare when for when the world checks really start pouring in Muni hit on really the you know the the key risk there and I would say guy on a really is a country At risk on the positive side. They have done a lot of their homework. in fact Peter mentioned earlier and Energy Governance Program. I started the State Department. Nine years ago Guyana was one of the first countries we identified so they've had eight years of advice on revenue management and resource management from the State Department enormous. Help from the World Bank fee International Monetary Fund the Inter American Development. Bank N. G. R. I The you know the Natural Resource Institute so they've gotten a lot of advice thought about having a sovereign wealth fund. They thought about a public accountability board. They've thought about an petroleum law but they have lymph implemented it yet and that's really the challenge they've they they have established the sovereign wealth fund but not staffed at one house has passed the petroleum bill but it hasn't become law. They have a public accountability board. But they haven't staffed and I'm sympathetic because it's a small country. It's a very thin bench in the government and so there aren't a lot of people but the problem. Is You know the money will come. Probably not enormous amounts in March. But it's starting to come fast and they haven't implemented yet and And that's the real risk. There are elections coming up which the government had to reluctantly call exactly or just about the time in twenty twenty when the oil money is going to be pouring in. How do you protect government like this from corruption? And then what is your assessment of the current government would seems to have implemented transparency programs and is pretty high marks for Not being corrupt but also very low marks for being very not ineffective. Yes you've you've you've really hit that hit the nail on the head. I let me start with the with the government mean present. Grainger himself is David. Grainger is Is a person of very high integrity and known to be honest? Guyana ranks thirty seven on a scale of one hundred for corruption under Transparency International's rankings. So the you know the and honest government that has been slow to make decisions and it's also been an inclusive government Guyana has sort of an Afro Guyanese and Indo Guyanese population. The Indo Guyanese ran the government for many many years there accusations of corruption but they also weren't very inclusive this government has been very inclusive But but also slow to make decisions so the way you prevent corruption you know in in these kinds of countries is through institutions Mexico's reform Recently as an example of how you do it you have disclosure of contracts disclosure of revenues. You publish where. The money goes You have You decide in advance. What's GonNa go into a savings fund and what's going to go into the budget you do? Things like Joined the extractive Industries Transparency Initiative which has done and you have public accountability. So that's those those are the. That's the skeleton of what you do. But then you have to populate all of those institutions with people and you have to have a free press that will hold them to account and you have to have informed and empowered citizens so again with with Diana. They you know they've they've got the framework on paper of a system that would provide accountability. But they haven't implemented it yet. I don't want to be a pessimist but I mean you. You've spoken about the thin bench that they have. I mean how does a country with so many few people with a suffered a brain drain over time the Diaspora is really a lot of the educated. Greenies have left. How does a country then run such a complicated system? Well you do it in phases. I think I you have to get the money. You have to pay public officials well so that people want to work for the government. You have to welcome back. You're you're ex-pats an appeal to their patriotism to participate in the government You have to have education and training programs As early as you can to teach people how to be effective bureaucrats but I think the lesson of Pot Swan and it's early days and other countries that you're probably going to outsource you're probably GONNA go to Third Party organizations to come in and help you run accounting to help you run finance. You're going to get external advisors and that can provide some frictions because the farmers getting paid more than than the locals and that's never very popular but generally what you have to do. Is You have to procure that expertise while you build your own and if you don't then the risk is that You make bad decisions and that money early. I know you've thought a lot about the the next question. I'm GonNa ask you because we've talked so far about the role of the government and the question now is what's the role of the foreign investor and in the case of Yana. Exxon really has been the main company that has done a lot of the oil exploration and his team found. These Has FOUND NEW DEPOSITS. So I guess. What's the role of a Mega Company? Like Exxon in really trying to help the country be more responsible with its oil revenues. Well there's been a lot of thought. A lot of study about the role of foreign investors should be in countries. And it's very tempting for governments to go to them. You know to build infrastructure and to do things because they're organized they do project management. They've got skills. But my own view is that's a mistake that the number one thing that companies need to do is to produce what they're supposed to do they're supposed to strike a fair bargain with the country so that when prices are low. They don't leave when prices are high. The company the country rather benefits as well as the as the company I think companies really need to for the most part. Stay in their lane. You can. There's this concept of shared value. You can share value for example if you're going to build an airport because you have to bring your own material and it should be available to everyone if you're going to build telecommunications and Electricity Ben you can expand that you should expand that to the neighborhood but when they make their social investments and I think Exxon is actually doing this in in Guyana. Do things like build a vocational school. Which will train people who you will hire but who can also get jobs elsewhere But when countries start to learn lean on these companies to do other things like in Iraq to build the water system. It's a risk if the company doesn't you haven't had an auction or a bid. Did you get a fair price is being it's being are? How do you pay for it? You pay for the call cost. Oil Company is paying itself. Then when you actually get to doing that. The countries like where's the money? Oh were paying for the electricity system you had US fill the so. It's risky for the country. It's risky for the company. And this is a place where I think. It's the responsibility of supporting governments and international financial institutions to help the country. Figure out how to get its infrastructure and let the company do what it was brought in for which is to make the money. Let me ask you a multisided question. Which is a little bit like tell us which countries have really done this well which countries have taken immense oil resources and both use them for social good you know kept in a the famous Rainy Day Fund for the Future. I mean which countries have done. Well I know that Norway the you know a company that country in a company that you advise is the gold standard but so you can tell us why. It's the gold standard but I'm also interested in what developing nations have. Well sure we'll let. Let's broaden that out a little bit excuse me. Let's broaden that out a little bit For countries that have produced resources. So you could look at cheaper with. Copper Canada with oil Botswana with diamonds and other minerals and those are all countries which have done well with their resources but some of those like Norway and some essentially were someone industrialized countries to begin with so they had an educated workforce. They were used to running. An industry. Botswana was different Botswana. Didn't have that experience and they had a tribal culture which respected property rights which was very inclusive and they had enlightened leadership ahead of the country the time that they discovered all this wealth All of the wealth was in his province and he established a system which shared it with the whole country. And I think the enlightened governance is probably the single factor that makes the biggest difference the two other big baskets are macroeconomic management and political management so on academic management the resource curses essentially the overvaluation of the exchange rate and basically atrophy of all the other industries which employ people including agriculture. So actually the study by the that said for every ten percent increase in oil. Share country suffered seven percent decrease in growth decreasing growth despite that. It's on blue and so the lessons there are. Don't spend all the money. So a fiscal rule says a certain amount of money will go into the budget and the rest will go into a fund that fund could be for future generations. It could be for pensions. It could be for infrastructure it could be just for a future generation but that's that's job. One Accountability is job to anti corruption. Is Job three and if you do that in. Guyana is actually doing this. They're going to three hundred million. They're going to get in their first year. One hundred million is going into the budget. Two hundred million is going to go into this into this fund So that can keep you from destroying all the other employment Generating Industries but the other part is the political part. That's harder because there's this concept of the rent here state which is that. The government owns the resource. A foreign party pays the government. So you the taxpayer anymore. You're even have taxpayers and the temptation is to give everyone everything for free and so the government doesn't need the citizens anymore it's another source of income and so that's where you get this tilt to autocracy or sometimes to finding wars with your your neighbors and where you get the corruption because the government is where all the money is everybody what he wants to be in the government and get their share beating that hard. It's Norway has done that. Essentially by by by making the money doesn't stay in the government or at least it's putting it in the in the fund but but that really takes leaders who are committed to growing the country And that's a little bit rare and I think that's that's GonNa make the biggest difference for Guyana. There's been there's been some experimentation at the World Bank's with some NGOs but the Green Africa on basically countries that have these sudden resources simply handing over certain amounts of cash to every citizen in the country in the citizen decide. How best to spend that money? Is that something that you feel is is a workable solution. In general for these suddenly rich countries I think a direct transfer is part of the solution of course in our own country we have Alaska which has an Alaskan citizens have gotten a direct payment for years. I think in a in a developing country. Some of the money needs to go four development. You have to build an education system. You have to build it electricity system transportation if you don't invest in the bones of an economy you can't diversify but if you give some of that money to citizens than you deal with the accountability piece the IMF did a study on this in Iraq. Which is where they thought it would be a great way to do it. But part of the problem was they'd actually didn't have a system to either make those payments or to collect the taxes back so I think it's probably a little bit of each. You mentioned the neighborhood. Borders Brazil's any numb and finish waylon and this last country has basically created a border dispute about the oil. How do you think we can handle being in a busy oil neighborhood and still managed to thrive well? Today it has a lot of friends So I think by my sort of respecting international arbitration in inertial resolution of that dispute. They have the rule of law and their sides with US investors and now probably seven or eight other sisters from other countries They have a lot of supporters and the fact that Venezuela essentially is not really competent to you know to conduct a you know our naval a naval battle with its neighbor But they have created some friction. So I think there's a lot of forces arrayed to support Guyana and a lot. Better have their eyes on Venezuela right now so I think they're going to be fine but it is you know it is a source of friction I think the you know the the temptation you know time is going on and becomes wealthy When you start to see migration issues or other issues put pressure on the country. Many people have said that this new finding and this new very thriving on is going to change the face of the oil the world of oil in the Western Hemisphere. What does the structure of the worldwide oil market? Look like to you in a few years in my view Guyana find is not a market moving event. We have you know. I think the honor with the global consumption is today. It's sort of somewhere around ninety million barrels a day so it's an enormous market and even if it produces six hundred thousand barrels a day which puts the category of sort of Ecuador or something. It's probably replacing declines in other areas or countries that we have under sanctions. So it's a very important step in the diversification of the oil market to have a new producer But it's not not a market moving event. Just John I maybe a regional moving event it is. I mean it's enormous for Guyana. Because they really do have the opportunity. Five billion a year in a country of of eight hundred thousand to completely transform the country and to and they have a national development plan. It's it's a they. Call it the Green State Development Plan. So they're looking at sustainable forestry and agriculture and eco-tourism and building so it could be tremendous. It's huge for them and it will be important for for the neighborhood. I I also. I was speaking to a Brazilian friend the other day. Who told me that? Raimo than most northern state of Brazil is off the grid in Brazil. It's not connected to the national witted polls in from Berlin which is about a thousand five hundred kilometers away but Georgetown is only six hundred kilometers away and so they're the Brazilians are super interested in what's happening in Indiana. Because they think they can pull in `electricity and and perhaps even a pipeline. And you know that's a possibility and the you know the the steps that have to be taken for that to happen. Guyana needs to have a power purchase agreement. They need to have a plant. They need to have bill transmission. They need to go through an awful lot of territory in order to You know to put that transmission and and those are the things where you're going to need enlightened leadership because who owns that land. Do they want that transmission line? Do they want that? Pipeline deserve credit worthy customer on the other side of it and those are all things which governments have to work out with their own citizens with their neighbors. And that's where you look at all the things that Guyana has to do over the next few years and it's a big lift and they WANNA do it. I think absolutely they have the talent to do it not yet. Do they have the will to do it? Let's see what happens in the next election. Let me just pull right from there and before you leave ask you. What's your vision for five ten years down the road? I mean what do you? What would you hope to see happen? Let's see let's put. Let's put some numbers on the timeframe so in five years they're going to start to get those five billion dollar a year checks in ten years they will have had twenty five billion so my hope for Guyana is that point. They've got national electricity grid. They have roads. They have schools and universities to train people on Annoyed Petroleum Management but forestry management That they have had five to eight years of world class support and advice that they have Citizens you know ex-pats who've come back home to take leadership roles into and to join things and they they have become the model of South America. But what I think will happen. I think the next five years will be bumpy. The money will not have arrived. The ramp up will be slow And there'll be another political cycle so whoever is in power now will not necessarily. Who's going to be in power? When the five billion dollar a year check arrives And then we'll we'll see you know we've talked a lot about about Norway but Norway has a model of you know six or seven different institutions one for safety one for management one for policy. They've got a lot of people. Kiana is GonNa need a is going to have. I think essentially a small tight team of people making decisions in a timely way. They're not there yet if they can do that. I think there'll be a big success if not in five years or ten years and I hope this is not the case. We'll be talking about how hard it is for countries with resource wealth to turn that into into real prosperity. David Goodwin thank you for sitting down with US. Today on Ultramar pleasure. Thanks for having me listening to David. I'm encouraged in the beginning. I was thinking John was like destined for failure and corruption and just political upheaval but really. They've been preparing longer than I expected. Nine years of preparation of building the regulatory framework. It looks like they're not as you know in a state of improvisation as I had previously thought when he I'm glad that you were the optimist for once yacht. I'm always an optimist. I'm with definitely not an optimist on this issue. I mean they've been as for exactly the same reasons. David said that they've been at this for ten years. They don't have you know they've got some basic outlines of what a law might look like whoever is going to run the regulatory agencies. Not only doesn't that staff. They don't have offices. I mean the thing looks like it's so behind schedule and I you know. I think he elegantly said that is going to be a bumpy ride. And I think it's it will be many many years before Yana gets. Its Act in shape. You know my my worry is much more about Venezuela and its effects on Guadiana. I mean I you know it's been happening. For centuries and centuries when countries are in dire problems that go seek a foreign intervention in a foreign war to galvanize the population and this is almost too good to be true. Well the finding is too good to be true and it certainly tricky but I do believe that. The fact that the Venezuela issue elevates into the international kind of Serena makes people pay attention and makes institutions pay attention and help them build the groundwork the truth is and this is where I do agree with you until the cash comes flowing. Nobody's dog going to really know how preparing Leon earliest wrote. And I also suppose that you know who doesn't have the guts to go after a country where Exxon America's largest company has put in so much money so with that. Thank you for joining us today. We'll see you next time.

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Sisters Doing It For Themselves, with Herstory On The Rocks

Your Brain on Facts

27:35 min | 5 months ago

Sisters Doing It For Themselves, with Herstory On The Rocks

"A content warning for today's episode, there will be several passing references to sexual violence against women. Listener discretion is advised. In a small rarely talked about African kingdom, surrounding, the king is an elite and highly trained core of bodyguards. Armed with staffs and Spears Bay command respect everywhere they go. And, they're all women. This isn't what conduct and the door Malaysia. This is ben in the western neighbour of Nigeria and the Dahomey Amazons. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Life in Boulder county to Pradesh, India is delicately put not easy. Summers bring intense heat and drought. Forty percent of the population lives below the poverty line. Nearly fifty percent of women never learned to read. The caste system is in full effect with a glut of people in the delete or untouchable caste. Girls are married by age. Twelve female infanticide is common and sexual. Abuse is rampant. Domestic violence is just a part of life because abusers never face consequences. Utter Pradesh as a whole ranks as one of the most unsafe provinces for women in the country with over nineteen hundred cases of rape, eight thousand cases of kidnapping, and over two thousand cases of Dowry Death, women murdered or driven to suicide over disputes of their dowry. And that's only in one year. It's against this backdrop that one woman took conspicuous tools to fight back. A pink, sorry and a big stick. Something Paul! Debbie was married at the age of twelve and soon had five children to try to support selling vegetables. One day in two thousand six, she overheard a neighbor, beating his wife and tried to stop him. She wasn't strong enough to stop him herself, so she gathered some other women from nearby and together they gave the man a sound beating. News of Debbie's actions quickly spread. A woman in a pink sorry is making trouble. That emboldened Debbie not only to continue, but together more women. Many more. Eventually over four hundred thousand. This female vigilante group is called the Glue Lobby Gang. Google lobby is Hindi for pink and the women all wear. Pink Saris as Debbie did that first night. Today women as young as sixteen and as old as sixty each receive pink. Sorry upon initiation so much cooler than anything. Mary Kay ever gave out and a long bamboo stick called LAFI. In a society that so often silences women Debbie and the other who lobby women are protecting themselves and others. When a woman does go to the police after an act of violence. They ignore her. I don't mean they patronize her and do nothing with her case, as is so sadly common. In the West, they just pretend there's no one standing in front of them. The justice system in Brooklyn hand is dysfunctional and unreliable, says journalist and author of Pink Sorry Revolution. Amanda CON CON says that devies goal of gender equality and freedom has found success due to her bold and creative strategies, and that has further empowered the women they're. The lobby gang has stepped into the vacuum left by the state and offers an alternative means of attaining justice. When word of Abuse Reaches the Gulag Gang. They confront the abuser to try to make him face justice or change his ways. If that fails which is often outcome the Loftus You might not agree with the idea of addressing violence with yet more violence, but the lobby gang could be the difference between life and death for many women. If we find the culprit Debbie says. And blue so he dare not attempt to do wrong to any woman or girl again. We don't fear the police or any authority because we fight for the truth. The lobby gang fights not only sexual and domestic abuse, but child marriage, and even fights for female education. In two thousand, seven and untouchable woman was sexually assaulted by a man of higher caste and nothing was done. The villagers and members of her cast protested, and many of them were put in prison for it. The lobby gang charged the police station to free the protesters and demanded that the case be brought against the rapist. When the policeman in charge refused, they gave him a taste of what they do to men who abuse women. I. Don't want you to think that they go straight for the nuclear option. The goolagong gang also uses nonviolent tactics like marches and sit ins, and of course publicly shaming the offenders. And it's not just female based issues, either but basic rights for even the poorest people. In two thousand seven Debbie learned that government run shops, which are a bit like welfare and food banks were not distributing food and grain to the poor villagers as they were supposed to the Gulag, he actually went undercover to collect evidence on them. The Guliani found that the grain that was supposed to be given to the poor was being taken to street markets for sale. They turned this evidence over to the authorities. Who did nothing. Their work wasn't in vain, though because it had bolstered and spread their reputation. Beating up one of the corrupt cops probably didn't hurt either. In two thousand eight, they stormed a power company office in the Bond district officials. There had been shutting off power to extort bribes from people. The lobby gang were able to force them to turn the power back on. Men who commit these atrocities should be beaten by women, says Debbie. I have seen many changes in our area. Awareness is growing, and we are seeing more justice. It is always challenging to fight victim cases, but we persevere. and. Debbie isn't the only strong woman from that part of India. In fact, if you Google the phrase female freedom fighter. Almost all of the results are Indian. TOOK PRUDISH! Enabling modular dash have also given. The world for insists John. Zeki, Ronnie, who revolted against the colonial rule of Britain and Phoolan Devi who sought revenge against her rapists by turning into a bandit. Since twenty thirteen in Mexico, a woman has gone to even greater lengths to avenge women abused and murdered by men. She is called Diana the hunter of bus drivers. and to hear about her, you'll have to sign up over at Patriotair Dot com slash your brain on facts where for the duration of the covy crisis, all levels of membership are receiving all rewards. In northern Iraq and into Turkey and Syria live the Ziti people probably about half a million or so it's hard to save with certainty. They tend not to marry outside of their community and their faith, which has some aspects of Christianity and Islam, but is a distinct religion all its own. They worship Mallock toss. A peacock angel that God wanted to watch humanity. Absolutely Google the phrase peacock angel. You will not be disappointed. If the Ziti were animals, you would say that they have one natural predator. Isis, The Islamic state called them devil worshippers when they began attacking the Yazidi town of singer twenty fourteen. Isis killed an estimated five thousand men and boys, and took at least as many women and girls to be sold sex slaves. Many of the Zd fled into the mountains with terrorists close on their heels. Some people were abandoned by their families, so they wouldn't slow the family down. They had no supplies and many feared they would starve to death before it was safe to come down. And Isis mind the area so even if they could come down, they couldn't return home. One woman who escaped the terrorists and survived, the mountain was well known in sin, Jar. Thirty six year old catoon cater was a singer and musician, playing, weddings and festivals, but after all that she witnessed, she put down her timbre and picked up a gun. I was famous in many places, but I left all of that after what happened and I became a soldier. After her escape chieter wanted to fight back. This wasn't just a crime against humanity, but a crime against women and she refused to be a victim. She would make her stand with the first all female Yazidi Fighting Battalion. With so many women having lost family including their own children, and some having been captured in escaped, there was no shortage of volunteers. Some seventeen women would join cater. The call themselves the Sun Ladies. The battalion received weapons, training and support from the semi autonomous government of Kurdistan in northern Iraq. The Sun Ladies were the first female battalion of the Kurdish Regional Army, the Peshmerga which translates to those who face death. It's an enormous transition for these women. The. Yazidi are a strictly Patriarchal Society. So with only six weeks of training, they had gone from homemakers two soldiers. One of the sun, Ladies. This caters little sister Leah Twenty one years old when this happened. I knew many girls who were taken by Isis many of my school friends. Some of them are still captured. If they knew about weapons, they might have escaped from ices. The sisters come from a military family. Their father and grandfather were soldiers, and their brother is also in the peshmerga. CATOON chosen a civilian life for herself prior to the attack, but a lia had always wanted to be a fighter to be like her older brother. The UCD have had to fight for as long as any of them can remember constantly being under siege from one side, or another be terrorist or governments or being pinned in the crossfire of other people's conflicts. The zd count over seventy separate massacres in their history. Part of caters motivation for starting. Her battalion was not just revenge, but to stop things like the isis attack from happening again. There are no recent reports of how the cater sisters and the Sun Ladies are doing. But, at least that means, there is no news of them. Having been wiped out so I'll take. If you do come across anything less than say three or four years old, definitely post it to social media and tag, facebook and Instagram your brain on facts and twitter at brain on facts pot. Now, women have been involved with military action in one capacity or another as long as there has been military action. With the exception of Russia in World War Two which you can read about in the your brain on facts book and thank you to the four people who have left reviews y'all who are reading. Please keep them coming. Women weren't allowed into combat roles in modern militaries until relatively recently and in limited capacities. Special, forces forget about it. It was only this year that the first woman became a green beret. But leave it to a Scandinavian country to lead the way. In twenty, fourteen Norway, formed the Oregon Tropic or the hunter troop. The Modern World's first all female special forces. Just because the unit is for women doesn't mean it's any easier. Of three hundred seventeen candidates who tried for placement, the first year eighty eight made it through the selection course and of those thirteen made it through the training a whopping four percent. The idea for the unit began in two thousand thirteen under the codename Tundra. It was the brainchild of a pair of brothers, the current and former head of the armed forces special. Command Eric and Frode Kristoffersen. They realized there was a chink in the global war on terror. Afghan women would not speak to male soldiers. Since. Women are half the population. This means potentially missing out on half of the available intelligence. Norway's response was to create a unit that could interact with local women while operating at an elite level. Thus the European trump. Candidates are selected based on attitude, physical fitness readiness for all situations, so no being afraid of water or heights, and they have to survive hell week, which includes among other things long marches over several days with little time to rest and minimal food and water. If, still in at that point, you face a ten month training program that includes patrol standard survival, winter survival, shooting communications medical counter-terrorism, parachuting close combat vehicles an urban reconnaissance. Colonel Kristofferson remarked that the European trump and have displayed superior shooting and observational skills and one male special forces. Soldier said a lot of the time. They shoot better than the guys. To complete the program candidates must be able to march nine miles or fifteen kilometers through a forest with fifty pounds or twenty two kilos of gear in under two hours and fifteen minutes. They have to do fifty sit-ups six pull ups and forty push ups in two minute intervals, the same number of sit ups, and almost as many push ups as required for US Navy Seals. They after run two miles or three kilometers and swim a quarter of a mile or four hundred meters in eleven minutes, and they have to stay submerged for the first twenty five meters. It's like the presidential fitness test. For my nightmares. I can walk like a mile with my phone and wallet and that's about it. in addition to proving themselves physically, the European trumper must also prove themselves mentally. They spend a year learning to stay on mission despite food deprivation sleep deprivation long marches through the snow. You name it. Human beings are not good at dealing with being cold, tired and hungry. But that can't be allowed to impact emission. Speaking of missions, the European troppled have gone on. None. At least as far as the most recent article on them reports. But they're special forces after all, it's not like they're going to send out a press release every time they go on a mission. I have been on to personal missions lately. One is that I am pivoting to being a voice. Actor can imagine where I got that idea. Because I'm just getting started. I need to build up a portfolio, so if any of my gentle listeners have a business that needs voiceover work whether it's four an explainer video learning phone system. You name it. Email me at your brain on facts at g mail, DOT COM and I'll give you my special. Wipe off listener rate. The other mission I have been on was to guest star on fifty different podcasts to promote the book naturally, but that also means that I had gotten to invite lots of great guests onto my show, so to tell you about another amazing, all female group please welcome, Katie and Alli from her story on the rocks. High your brain on facts. I'm Katie and I. Am Alley and we are from the podcast. Her story on the tax where we talk about famous women from history, we talk about good women, bad women, fictional women and non-fictional women from all times and places, because women have nuance and today we're here to tell you about an incredible group of women who are on the rise to try and combat an environment that is on the decline, but first we need. Need to tell you about the Black Rhino. which is the smaller of the two African Rhinos? It became classified as critically endangered in two thousand and thirteen rhinos along with elephants, zebras, lions, and chimpanzees are just some of African animals that saw massive declines in population during the twentieth century, specifically from one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two, nine, hundred, five during the rise in popularity of big game hunting, we saw startling ninety eight percent decrease in rhino populations there. There are only between twenty five hundred and forty eight hundred rhinos left in the world with all that we've learned about the environment and all of the protected wildlife areas that have popped up in Africa. Why is the Rhino population declined still an issue today. Their horns aren't even ivory like elephant topics well, poachers have a field day with rhino horns. They are highly prized estimated to fetch a to sixty thousand dollars per kilo on the black market which makes. Makes it more valuable than gold oil end cocaine? But what is surprising? Is that Rhino Horn is composed mainly of Carrington, the same component as human fingernails. So why is it so expensive rhino? Horn is considered to be a valuable ingredient in some forms of traditional, Asian medicine, the supposed medicinal benefits of Rhino Horn include the ability to cure typhoid fever boils and poisoning. The Horn is even used as an aphrodisiac. None of these claims however are backed up. Up By hard evidence, therefore you can get the same health benefits by chewing on your fingernails, which is a habit that about twenty to thirty percent of people on Earth have anyway, and this is where the idea for the black. Mambas came from in two thousand thirteen, the same year that the Black Rhino was first listed as critically endangered Craig Spencer the head warden of a nature reserve and Clark from Transfrontier Africa decided they needed more feet on the ground. Ground and more is on Rhino's. The group started with only six young women, but now the group has almost thirty members for many of the young girls. It's their first job out of high school and people in the community were skeptical of their abilities at first, but nobody is skeptical anymore. Each girl receives three months of training, which includes physical exercise and classroom work the last month. Though is the most rigorous focusing on survival tactics in the Bush building. Building shelter and functioning without food or water, the extensive training is part of why there have been no casualties on the job. Despite regularly facing serious peril, each member spends a total of twenty one days living on the reserve to create a visible police presence. The women are outfitted in Camouflage Ranger uniforms and trained in tracking and combat they patrol on foot, or by jeep, four hours at dawn, and four hours at dusk in search of snares human tracks. Tracks sounds of gunshots and other suspicious activity. The Black Mambas have shut down five poaching camps and have reduced snaring by seventy six percent. There was even a ten month period during two thousand fifteen, when no rhinos were poached at all. Rhinos are one of the oldest groups of mammals that play an important role in their habitats. In African countries, the protection of black rhinos creates large blocks of land for conservation purposes that also benefits other large species including. Today the Black Mambas. anti-poaching unit has won a champions of Earth Award from the United Nations Environmental Program, this has been a short story from her story on the rocks podcast about awesome women doing awesome things. If you WANNA learn more, you can find our podcast on Google. Play Itunes, stitcher, and spotify, and never forget that well behaved. Women rarely make history. By moxie. Thanks Ladies Now. The Black Mambas were the first all female anti-poaching unit, but they aren't the only one. In Zimbabwe's fondue wildlife area, a one hundred fifteen square mile, former trophy hunting tracked are the Kushinka the breath ones. It's a program that not only saves animals, but in many cases it saves the women to. The cushing are one arm of the international anti-poaching Foundation. The IPF was founded by an Australian man. Damien Mander. Mander was an army special forces sniper who served twelve worse in Iraq. Twelve. All that time in combat, then it's like okay. Go back to civilian life. It's a hard thing to just switch off. But manner was able to find a way to channel his skill and do good in the world. He moved to symbolic way and formed anti-poaching squad, but the initial results were middling at best. So manager changed his strategy. He fired the men and began training female rangers. Specifically recruiting local women who had had a raw deal in life. After all who better to defend the threatened the helpless Ben someone who knows what that feels like. Thirty six women started our training modeled on our special forces training, and we pushed them hard much harder than any training. We do with the men Mandir explains. Only three dropped out. I couldn't believe it. Years earlier mandarin a similar course with one hundred eighty nine men. At the end of day one all but three of them had quit. So. That's eight percent of the women quitting versus ninety eight percent of the men. San. Manner tried to push the recruits to their limits. He tried to put them through hell, but as he got to know them, he found out. They'd already been. One, woman's husband left her with one child and another in Kerry and no way to support them. Another woman's husband would beat her so badly. She couldn't stand up afterward. Woman in her early twenties was raped by a neighbor at seventeen and became pregnant. Then the rapists mother took her child to raise, and hasn't letter had any contact with a? Sleeping in the mud is nothing compared to that. From the very first day of the women's training manager saw that he had something very special happening. He realized that the women were the missing link to a successful conservation program. For most of the Inga being arranger is the first job they've ever had outside of the home. To the surprise of no one, the community was not Super Gung Ho on the idea. The men in their villages harassed ridiculed and belittle them, but the Chinga don't care. They care about the animals. Like a leopard killed by a group of men who claimed that it attacked them, and they had to kill it in self defense. The Rangers could tell from the superficial nature of the men's wounds, and the fact that a leopard pelt and teeth are worth more than a month's wages that they were lying. There were other benefits that mander couldn't have anticipated. The ACA INGA SEEM IMPERVIOUS TO BRIBES AND CORRUPTION They. Spend their pay in their communities. A female salary earner in the Undo region generally spends ninety percent of their pay on their family as opposed to thirty five percent by males so all right as soon as the programs started, it was contributing more to the community's economy than the fees collected from trophy hunters. When the ACA Shingo make arrests, they deescalate the situation rather than letting things become violent. And then there is their devotion to the animals. As one ranger put it. Female Rangers are superior to Male Rangers because women have a motherly heart. In there is let's face it the stereotypical tendency of women to talk especially in a rural setting where there is not a lot going on. Somebody finding an affair. Yes, way to make money is some juicy gossip and the cushing have ears in all the villages to catch it. The success of the ACA Shingo illuminates their key principle to the community. That wildlife is mirth more to them alive than it is dead to the poachers. The ACA shingle live together in a hilltop camp with a panoramic view of the area and take their meals together a sustainable cruelty free, but calorie rich vegan diet crafted by a chef hired by mander. On one morning manner briefs them onto raids scheduled for that night. One on the compound of a man suspected of having illegal guns for hunting and the other on the home of a suspected poacher that's been trying to sell a leopard skin. They spend the day in drills, ensuring that each ranger knows her position. Then manner gets behind the wheel of the truck. For Rangers jump in the back with a local police officer who will oversee the raid and the team sets off. In, the single digit hours of morning, the Shingo approached the first target. Mander speeds into the compound and the Rangers leap out and take their positions. One knocks on the front door. The suspect eventually allows them inside where they find several pelts from a species of small antelope. The is handcuffed and loaded into the truck without incident. One target down one more to go. The KUSHINKA have been up for more than twenty four hours now, but we are not tired. One told the reporter writing with them. We don't tire until our job is done. And that's where we run out of ideas at least today. But to the homie Amazon's so named by European explorer naturally because he reminded them of the Amazon women of Greek legend as all warrior women seem to do. The core began with skilled hunters, and then the Halsey were added the third tier wives of the king. Some, women were forced to join either because they were slaves, or by their husband or father. But many women joined voluntarily. They carded the king of Benin for nearly three hundred years growing to number some six thousand before the last king was overthrown by France in eighteen, ninety four. Remember you can find all of the sources in the Scripture of the show at your brain on facts. Thanks for spending part of Your Day with me. And stay safe. And seriously if anyone needs any voiceover, work recorded. Email me at your brain on facts at gmail.com.

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Stone Cold Weirdos

Slate's The Gist

30:31 min | 1 year ago

Stone Cold Weirdos

"The following program could have some filthy talk that would make a stevedore blush. And by the way, if a blushing stevedore or an embarrassed longshoremen is your want. Well, you could get content like that and my newsletter slate dot com slash gist news, actually, it's pretty clean and fun for the whole family tells you everything I did all week. It's Monday, January twenty eighth two thousand nineteen from sleet. It's the gist. I might Pasco. Yeah. Of course, it's far too reductive from Washington insiders to look back at that shutdown and use it to winners and losers, right? This is undoubtedly the weakest moment of President Trump's tenure in office. The president may be the commander in chief of the American military, but Nancy Pelosi now looks like the commander in chief of Donald Trump. I think Nancy Pelosi is obviously the big winner. Here, you know, a month ago people were questioning whether she should even be speaks. He actually did. I shared Jason's winner in this situation. It is definitely Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi. It's Nancy Pelosi. She did it. I wonder what changed about Nancy Pelosi because you know, there was a time when the conventional wisdom was that Nancy Pelosi was kind of stiff not nimble not able to adapt to situations that demanded you change on the fly. So what was it? What changed after she faced Donald Trump? What do we? Find out that wasn't true about her in reflecting upon her confrontation with Donald Trump. Well, those critiques for sure Cummings was predictable. Not exciting. Sure. Implacable, but also an emotive. But now that she's gone up against Donald Trump and out strategized, Donald Trump. I guess she brought all her skills and tactics to bear against Donald Trump turns out we were wrong. She's a bit of a master tactician a to have overcome the stratagems of a Donald Trump. She matched which with Donald Trump, and somehow was not outmaneuvered again should have been outmaneuvered by Donald Trump. I guess she's not the risk averse symbol of caution. Ono with Donald Trump is her opponent. She revealed herself to be widely in. Ever bordering on the lethal as proved by her mastery of this showdown with Donald Trump. Okay. It is clear that what is going on is that while Pelosi's flaws were never quite as flawed as we had been told many Democrats, by the way, we're doing the telling we really shouldn't think we've discovered this tally ran like negotiator in our midst and shrewd as her spine is steeled. Maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration because in a two sided negotiation. There is the other side. It's like one of those unbeatable Taiwanese teams the Little League World series. I mean, they do seem imposing, but they are beating up on twelve and thirteen year olds Pelosi actually benefited to be very fair to Pelosi who I credit she benefited from her weakness and her weakness fairly or not fairly. I think it's true that she somewhat unexciting, but being unexciting was a great strength in this the Goshi. When you have an opponent who over excitedly goes off half cocked and runs around in circles and takes blaming assigns blame it deflects blame you all you have to do. It's just kind of bland and somewhat competent, no wall. You win cautious dependent consistent. It's what the more firebrand of Dem's on the campaign trail took issue with it's what they said they'd be voting against. And yet, those are the qualities that Slade the dragon or maybe it's more like Nancy Pelosi was simply a large immovable lands and the dragon was prone to dancing and flopping about until eventually he impaled himself. So what I'm saying is that Nancy Pelosi master tactician and perfectly fine with that. Which is to say perfectly fine in a fight against Donald Trump. Just perfect on the show today. I should feel about Roger stone and those in his slithery or. Orbit. But I the other two is a new show on comedy central about this preteen pop sensation. Well, actually, it's not about him. It's about his two adult siblings. They are the other two. Now, the boys sibling is an actor in waiter who has not been cast in much lately. So it's got to be hard. When your little brother has a viral, hit before sporting hair on his upper lip drew Tarver plays. The other brother carry with a likeability. And also a vulnerability the veteran improv or stop by to talk about his role and another two or three. Support for this podcast. And the following message comes from slack the collaboration hub for work. No matter. What work? You do. Teamwork on slack happens in channels where your information in conversations are organized around projects offices and teams and because everything you need to work his in one place. It's faster and easier to get things done designed to support the way people like you naturally worked together slack makes collaborating with your colleagues online as easy inefficient is face to face. The more slack is used across a company the more value it provides as tools and information shared by one department become accessible across departments helping teams work together across locations time zones or job titles with slack to right people in your team or kept in the loop. And the information they need is always at their fingertips. Learn more at slack dot com. So drew Tarver is this very funny guy who I was researching in preparation for the interview you're about to hear, but I had one of those slight brain cramps. And I kept coming up with a hit that told me he was a member of Howard. Stern's wack pack was also a member of the K K K. And I realized I was putting into the search engine. Daniel Carver not drew tar. I see both are from Georgia and say outrageous thing, yes. Yeah. We'll talk. Hopefully, we don't share too much. But I could see that. I can see how you up all the wack Packers. Is he the one you most identify with? I I don't know, maybe a Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, one of the I think he might Beetlejuice fetal not in this environment as we say, right? Yes. So these show that Mr. Tarver is here to talk about is. I think it has a chance to become one of these have you seen the other ones because it's got a lot of. Things. It's about a Justin Bieber esque character. But not about him. What about his brother and sister? Yes, we are plays. I play Kerry on the show Kerry do Beck who is the older brother to adjust in Bieber esque singer, internet sensation. And I am much more of a loser. He's the talented one of the family, and we are you know, me and a Halina your who plays. My sister on the show. We are the other two. So we are just the other two in the family that nobody cares about and following him around. And so the elements of the show that I think give it a real chance to kind of breakthrough. And there were so many sitcoms are well, just the craftsmanship and joke in joke out. But there it's got a couple of things that I think are very appealing one is the parts of the show where the you interact with real media is real you're really on. Well, you're not on the real today show. Right. It's not a full version of the today show. Right. It takes place soda and calf. Yeah. It takes place in this. Swirled? Yes. With these shows. Yes. And the songs that the Bieber ask character sings are fantastic terrible. But in the way, that's only like eight degrees off from the real song. That's number eight on the billboard chart today. Yes. It is. I mean, Chris Kelly, and Sarah Schneider who wrote the show who used to be head writers. They wrote do it in my twin bed back home. Ballers, they they had been doing these amazing comedic songs at SNL. And now they are doing them for this character whose name is chased dreams we can keep saying Bieber esque or chase dreams little babes. It'd be and they're so funny. But they are very they. 'cause the guy who writes the music the actual beats and stuff for them rights for choice avant. His name's Leland and rights for all these real pop have to. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's got he has the hooks. It's all there. They treat them like a real engineered pop song. And then they. Just write jokes for it. And they're so so funny. Yeah. So the to get a show like this. Exactly. Right. The creators the actors can go in a very mean direction and everything is very nihilist or they could try to find ways to give it heart. And I think the way they found to give it heart was two main things one the kids, not a monster. Like you kinda like the kid, right? And the second thing is your character, not your sister. But your character is a very redeemable person right eye relatable doesn't mean anything in that probably has something to do with your performance, but you can watch the show and kind of hope most of the people die in a fiery rack for your entertainment except for your. Yes, I think they do a great job of making making it feel like a real family dynamic. They don't shy away from any sweet real family moments. And what would it be like if a real sweet kid just started became an overnight sensation? And he. He was sweet and you did root for him. But he was maybe getting bad guidance and stuff, and I mean, my sister. She's she's like a monster ish sometimes on the show, but they do really make the show have deep real moments that the comedies sits around that you can kind of grasp onto and they don't treat the fee or they don't deal deal with that character with a ton of cynicism. Right. So I did read one review which compared you to the Jason Bateman character and arrested development. I know the hair is a little spike, you I think it's a little off in that. He's more like in a different universe were. And you're at least a couple observations. Your character is at least adjacent to the wacky universe there. Yes. Your character isn't totally without flaws or character skull Yakup up things about yes. Yeah. And the last thing would be is you're not always relied on four say reaction shots that was he's a great actor. But that was his purpose in the show. You have to kind of see the show through him. That's not exactly what's going on in the show. Would you say? Yeah. I would I would say that my character kind of goes back and forth between straight manning other people and being like, they're wrong and himself being fully wrong about things. So it was an interesting thing to take on acting wise because sometimes you're like, okay, am I smarter than this person. Or am I dumb than this person is my character, smarter or dumber is it? You have to always be consistent. I felt like I had to because probably 'cause I'm not I'm I don't even really view myself sometimes as an actor. I'm just kind of I started doing sketch and improv and now I am on the show. I am an actor was just character you've played longest because you were on what's that jillion dollars? Jillion dollar properties which did go for three seasons. But this feels thing is when something on C. So how can you kill it back and to say, it's not getting ready to I know. Right. Like, we don't know there's still a fourth season that has yet to come out because he's just went away. We lost. We the laws, but Jillian everybody's on on trying to torrent it, but yeah, you're Romania. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I guess what? I'm saying is I felt weird being like, okay. Can we stop the scene? Am I smart in this? You know, I think it just the writers Christmas are so good that they you know, if I ever had a question of like how how dumb should I be right here or do I know better than this. Because the character knows better, but he's just desperate. So I think he he's an actor. Who may be got one commercial where he smells a cat. Yeah. He is just a desperate desperate actor who's trying to figure out. Should I distance myself from this fame that I don't want, but it is fame? Name. So should I use it to help my career this character, parallels, my life and a lot of ways. So it is when I first read it part of me was like, wait. Are you guys making fun of me? Because my my little sisters were the talented ones of the family. I grew up in the middle of nowhere in Georgia small town called Glenville, which is a great place to grow up, but there's just not a ton of arts there. So you like if you wanna be funny, you get up in church, and you say something funny about the wise men and see if you can get a lot or you wait till a frankencense humor. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hi there so many animals in here. This is a birth place. And I grew up really, honestly, my family was a little bit religious. So my first experiences were with comedy were funny pastors and and funny Christian comedians, but my sisters were singers and dancers and were really the talented ones of the family. I couldn't sing I couldn't dance. So my little sister Caitlin was on a the year after American idol. There was a spin off American juniors which was hosted by secrets my sister. Auditioned for it. My dad drove her up there and was like we don't get you on this show. Baby trove up there they got on the show, then she instead of voting a kids off they got in the top ten they couldn't vote kids off because it was too mean. So this was back then when they couldn't vote, right, right? Yeah. Yeah. Now, they're fine. Where the firing McCann. Yeah. This was two thousand three much easier time, so she got on the top ten and instead of voting kids off they would vote one kid on each week to a five person group that Simon cow. What was going to manage? They flew us all the whole family all of us rednecks out to LA to sit on the side of the stage while she saying each week secrets she would sing secrets with throw to us. And we'd be like be like Tarver's. What did you think? We'd be like dang we loved it. So we I was kind of living this show. I was seventeen at the time. She continued. She didn't make it on the group that Simon Callow is going to manage, unfortunately. But through that, I would we would walk outside of the studio and people would go Caitlyn that's my sister's name. Caitlyn caitlin. And then they would turn to me and go Caitlyn's, brother. And they I was like this town is great. You can just do nothing and people will sort of yellow your name. This is great. So at that point our family had kind of been exposed to Hollywood. And I was like what do I like? And eventually I started. Sort of figuring out. Oh, maybe my attention is a need to make people laugh. So I started doing stuff like that and found out about UCB. And and now Kaelin's big recording star. She she is she's great. She's like on this season. I mean, she's still the talented one of the she Sern -able impurity provable town. Absolutely, absolutely. And yes, she's songwriting. She lives in LA. She song. She was on this season of ballers, she's doing great. And I'm still I'm still trying to get people to know me, not as Caitlyn's brother now as part of your real life experience that parallel the show. Did you come up against or did you encounter? One running joke on the show that everybody has a gay brother. Right. Yes. That back in two thousand three two thousand four we admitting that no we weren't. No. I was it's a strange thing. Like, I play a gay actor on the show kind of dealing with the industry, and whether you whether you're out or. Not or in real life. I'm bisexual actor. So it's like it's so almost identical that it's very strange. But no, I think an episode one. There's a line about bisexuality is now something we can admit exactly it, very it. There's a joke about like high hell by like, I think the joke is it's not two thousand fourteen anymore by bisexuality is real now. Which is a funny joke on by erasure, which is a very real thing. That is the the creators are so good and the room is so good at making, you know, queer jokes making fun of certain things. And and yeah, I was not out then and very much, you know, have dealt with that along in my career trying to figure it out. And Carey in the show is also very much trying to figure out himself and his identity. So it was an interesting thing to be on a comedy show on comedy central. But also be doing scenes where like it feels like this is really like so close in scary right now invulnerable also I may be wrong because I'm not exactly on the cutting edge of this. But it seems to me that it's possible that this show is the first that's exactly at the at the intersection of it's not just a queer show. But there's tons of stuff there. That speaks to the moment of where we are. But then there's also a ton of stuff. That's you know, probably would be classically in a lot of sitcoms of 'bout straight, sex and stuff. Yeah. So the thing that's new is a sitcom with maybe the sister character who's having sex with Beck Bennett. And right throwing that in our face while at the same time, the same exact thing is going on with the brother, and they're not backing away from it in any way. They're not making a joke about it. They show two guys lying on top of each other. Yeah. Yeah. It's a great. They don't shy away from anything in this show. Sexually that may be some shows will be like, no, we can't show two guys kissing. Yeah. And and but it also parallels. You know that a lot of this stuff is saying is the same for gay and straight people, you know. So it's, but it's definitely it has a ton of queer real queer issues in it that that my character is is dealing with it. I would have liked to see in a show growing up to be like. Oh, okay. Yeah. There's there's some stuff that once you come out you deal with that still feels tough like what just sort of like internalized, homophobia. You know, you've you've been hiding yourself for so long that you can't really get it out of your system that that you still deal with in this character still deals with going through at one point. He is at a bar and a guy says he comes up to Carrie and goes, oh, ask him out on a date and carries. Like, why didn't you ask me out? A while. Ago. And he's like, oh, I didn't know you were gay and carries us. Thank you. And the guys like, ooh. And cares. Like, oh, no, no. I didn't mean thank you just stuff like that. And it kind of feels gross. And and you just get to see that stuff, which I think is a cool thing for for a show on comedy central. So will you know, you've made it when your sister identifies herself as drew sister. Yes. I think that's what I'm trying to do is switch the dynamic. I will be finally, okay, good somebody when somebody when we walk out of a studio and somebody else drew Andrew's sister. I'll be like okay now, I can stop. I'm going to move home. Drew Tarver is one of the titular other ones. It's sort of an off handed titular right because it's like referring to the other ones. So the main character isn't even referred you. But technically, he's the main character of this sitcom, that's really about the other characters retard ver the other one's on comedy central. Great to meet you nice to meet you. Now the ship. He'll I've largely avoided getting sucked into the tanned vortex. That is Roger stone. He's like a puffed up Tinkerbell in that he needs you to believe in him or he'll fade away into nothingness, which was actually a fate. I had hoped for him. So if you're a New Yorker growing up in the era that I was and paying some attention to politics stone was always there on the present. But on asked for like, a squeegee guy on the fifty ninth street bridge. He sunk Spitzer his messaging for Al D'Amato, essentially lost him the Senate seat, and he was kind of the connective tissue between Donald Trump and sore on lawyer ROY Cohn, and like a tissue Roger stone was often discarded. But then he seemed to blow back stone was house of slithering before J K Rowling ever cashed a welfare check and his exploits intermingled with all that was sorted in Gotham for much of my youth. He also had four. As onto the national scene, which is what SNL weekend update anchor. Michael Chang was referring to when he said this on Saturday, by the way, I googled this guy Roger stone because he looks like he pays black guys to bang his wife. Found out in nineteen ninety six. He was forced to resign from Bob Dole's campaign for asking black guys to bang his wife. Kidding? Look it up. It's fans. Muscular guy. Sure, but I saw no reference to black guys per se the National Enquirer broke this story in nineteen Ninety-six about stone and his wife frequenting swinger clubs and they took out ads advertising their wares. Here's the New Yorker pretty ING it up when they quoted an ad insatiable, lady and her handsome bodybuilder husband, experienced swingers seek similar couples or exceptional muscular dot dot single men. The New Yorker goes hunt. You say the ads sought athletes and military men while discouraging overweight candidates that was the New Yorker what they actually said in the ad was no phonies or fat. He's so there's plenty of advertising of the muscular, I didn't see any advertising. I didn't see any references to stone seeking out black men. In fact, there was an excerpt from a piece of writing about the DC swinger. Scene which had Roger stone disapprovingly look at a woman in a swingers club in a short skirt and attractive, white woman and said, she's probably slept with every black man here. And that was a problem for him. So it seemed anyway, my favorite detail from the National Enquirer story in one thousand nine hundred six about these swinger ads. Stone took out on the net. Was this quote website is a place on the internet. Where computer users who pay a fee can post any pictures and texts they want then anyone who visits the internet can access the website stone surrounded himself with a coterie of characters some of his own invention. He plays to operatives in the campaigns of rival candidates. He nicknamed one sedan chair to he actually did the thing early on in his career where he delivered pizzas to another campaigns address one time he delivered twenty pizzas to the Edmund Muskie campaign for fundraiser. He also hired for that. Fundraiser to children's magicians from the Virgin Islands, and then invited dozens of African and Middle Eastern dignitary to the fundraiser, even though they weren't invited. Weirdly, the Muskie staffer who had to sort out the the mess with the pizzas and the magicians and the ambassador from Kenya was a young DC housewife with a big political donor husband who seemed pretty unflappable her name Madeleine Albright. But with the Trump campaign stone had dealings with let us say like minded blonde prankster slash parcel mouth. Julian Assange, the seven count indictment against him issued by the mother team stone is said to have worked with a guy named Randy credit. Co ready credit co is sometimes identified as a radio host. Well, he did have a show on the radio station. WBAI for awhile WBAI is the kind of community run station. That's not exactly in the business of saying you have to stop being on the air at. So credit co hosted his program live on the fly as in gadfly credit. Go really does have classic lefty politics very much civil rights. I guess he thought Roger stone was funny or interesting credit co interviewed stone and critical also interviewed Julian Assange, the great publisher also from Australia, Jillian, Julian Assange, thank you Jillian for joining us today. So credit co is suspected of being the go between connecting Assange and stone stone, according to the indictment did not like that being out there. So he threatened credit coz beloved dog Bianca a service dog who he took with him to testify before the grand jury. Assange also advise credit co to pull a Frank Pantano a reference to the godfather to character who conveniently got him nesia when called to testify before a Senate panel, Michael gold. Michael guliani? So whatever they wanted me to be I promised. So I made up of about my only because that's what they wanted. But it's all lies. Fray pen tangibly, by the way and godfather two slits his wrists in a bathtub. So when stone was telling credit co to pull a Frank Pantano. Julie what did he mean here is? Roger stone's explanation to CNN's Chris Cuomo as far as Frank potentially is concerned, Mr. credit Cole is an impressionist. That's when he does. And he doesn't very funny. Frank pin Kandula imitation, certainly not an implication that he should kill himself or that he should lie. Is that plausible that old? Raj was just after the classic Frank Penn. Tangibly impersonation that Randy critic, oh wheeled I cannot independently confirm the quality of Randy credit coz Frank Pantano, but I did have him doing a couple impressions. So in this in this event, which was put on YouTube in two thousand thirteen don't know when it's from critical is brought onto stage by the Reverend Al Sharpton, and he's asked to do. Impression of the Reverend Al Sharpton, the audio is not great. But this is really Al Sharpton. For me. One of those you want about brothers from vintage edgy bills. How to do as wellness? Sorry. Of the shaving. Imagine shoe is reading because it. Then again, the audio is of poor quality, but not worse than Randy critic goes impression of al-shar Poston. And the lovers. We'll get together. And they would they chocolate. Mud. Credit coz, Jesse Jackson got a slightly better reaction from the crowd. Just Jackson could not vote out shopping because he's. The most people to go see Rangel phobe want to say, this is a great pleasure to be here today. This is a weird right critical. White. Did I mention that? So you haven't doing impressions of preachers and civil rights leaders before a civil rights crowd odd. But you know, what else is odd? The fact that Al Sharpton in two thousand four had a major campaign advisor named Roger stone. That's right. The village voices. Great investigative reporter Wayne Barrett confirmed quote stone played a pivotal role in putting together Sharpton, pending application for a federal matching funds getting dollars in critical states from family members and political allies at odds with everything Sharpton represents he stone also helps stack the campaign with half a dozen incongruous top aides who've worked for him in prior campaigns and don't even boasted about engineering six-figure loans to sharpens national action network. If it's weird and squirrelly and discordant and made up of strange and usually muscular bedfellows. There is Roger stone. Enjoying the Ron. I do not know if he's innocent of the charges against him. But innocent is not a word that often applies to Roger stone's tactics or motivations that is at least the impression that I get though as in many of these things it could be a very very bad impression. That's it for today's show. The just was produced by pure Vietnamese, Daniel shredder, they both have famous symbols peers brother, you may know better as the guy punched in the nuts by that Aranka Tang that time, and when Daniel sister was h us to stand on her bathroom vanity and gift herself full-throated affirmations to giraffe's L senior producer of sleep podcasts. Her brother Rafael Rafael is the Florida undergraduate who screamed don't taste me, bro. Low though, so many times the gist. I do have a famous sisters. Well, the other one in my case as Lauren Pasqua. She played miss Adeline in a school five production of guys and dolls. Choose also in several George Lucas films, but quit vowing never to work in a Wookey suit again in Predappio ru and thanks for listening.

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Computer Talk 6/15/19 Hr 1

Computer Talk with TAB

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Computer Talk 6/15/19 Hr 1

"Ah. This is computer talk with Tam hosted by airing Semel of ten computer system interact with Eric at his guest by phone at five to two WTI, one eight hundred nine six six WTI mail them in the studio at get help at tabby dot com. Or get help anytime a computer talk with tab dot com. Now, here's Eric. Good morning. This is computer chocolate tab. I'm eric. And I'm Bob and we are here until eleven o'clock on this lovely Saturday morning, feel free to get online in hundred nine six six WTI, see five to two WTI in Bob, and I will help you out Baba's Bob story. He's one of the tab that comes in and helps me out with your computer problems comments questions and concerns. So usually again, this is the summertime now. And the early part of the show is usually easier to get in on so one hundred nine six six WTI. See five to two WTI are the numbers. But as usual customary, we do have some technology news for you and Bob stock, and vacuums. Well we were talking last week you talking about your new room by get a new roomba dog. Yeah. Yes. It's an amazing little robot. So it's amazing dirty your floors get every other day. When I left last week, I went home, and I looked them up and started, comparing prices. Yeah. And I was thinking to myself, why is this one three hundred bucks? Yeah. And this one almost twelve hundred bucks. Well, because clearly Bob someone's ripping you off at twelve hundred dollars dollars. Right. Why should I buy a twelve hundred dollar vacuum? It I can get three. Oh because it's just because they're ripping you off at twelve. Right. So that's different technology. Holly. Yes. So anyway, they'd set up test room and this is really a neat article. So, I would encourage you to go to computer, talk with tab dot com post linked to this, the name of the show dot com. Name of the show dot com that works too. Anyway. So you can go there and they'll, you can see the pictures of how it maps your room and they talk about the different technologies. Now the cheaper ones. I'm going to call it a bump and go. Yeah. The early ones so they just basically went somewhere straight. Right. Hula hit something just changed all the direction. Yeah, it was random. Yeah. So, you know, it might have caught all areas of your ROY Moore might not missed a lot. And it took a lot more time, right? More energy more. Yeah. Some of them were over sixty minutes to clean the single room. So anyway, I'll get back to the article your roomba takes a weird path around your home. They actually mapped it. So you can see the patterns. That's in there. Yeah. So here's why it matters a robot vacuum. Might navigate with lasers electronic is or simple bumpers, and the difference, affects how clean how will it will clean our brand new test room helps us show the difference? Yeah, it's pretty cool. Any? Robot vacuum cleaner will remove at least some dirt from your floors how much ground it covers though and its behaviour moving through the rooms will vary. A great deal from Ladell tomato. Yeah, yeah. Big time. So ours actually, maps, the room. So it'll actually start understanding the room. No, which room it is, then you can label it on the app. Correct. And you can set like a certain Rome, or different floors. And, and then when you put it in the rom- figures out, what room ascent. Yup. You can tell you can tell it to go clean the kitchen, if you want, and it'll just do the kitchen, if you want to do the whole downstairs, it'll do that. So anyway, the most important factor behind. This is a robot's navigation system. It's navigation technology together with software determines vacuums actions, that plays a massive role and how well a given robot cleans a space, as you might expect some robot. Vacuums perform the task better than other this'll be eleven hundred dollar one might do a better job than the three hundred dollars much. Job just like computers, guys at three hundred dollar computer is not some bargain. Oh. Well, you don't save money. If you paying your people, and it takes them twice as long to do the job because they're waiting for the little thing that goes around in circles anyway. So fortunately, our brand new robot vacuum testing room at our warehouse lab in Louisville. Kentucky can help us show the differences between robot vacuums, including how well they perceive interact, and otherwise move around physical space, and there's a picture of several different model. Okay. So. Robot navigation on a budget. There are three main types of systems robot back in cleaners. Typically use to navigate a space in the first is a simple collection of collision, we'll brush and cliffs sensors, they tell robots when they are hit or about to hit objects with what information they can altogether. Additionally, these help them to prevent them from falling down a flight of stairs. Okay. So they will fall down without the sensor. You put in front of them because they can actually sense that they're coming up to stairs. So then they talk about one hundred ninety nine bucks. Right down, the downstairs the downside is they operate in a random Fasching bumping into things. Yeah. And veering willy nilly around the room. The very first AIBA robe, Rumas did the same thing, sadly, that results in incomplete floor coverage right spots in type places corners table of chair legs. Get lots of repeat attention open areas. However, a likely vacuumed once or perhaps, not at all since the robot travels in a straight line until it detect something in its path, right? Then just goes over and over and spins around things around. Yeah, I don't know where to go on that finding any. Anyway. So then there's visual or optical, navigation and other robot. Vacuums combine the basic array of collision sensors with the main visual sensor, that's off mentored by a lens. These vacuums use navigation algorithm called V slam or visual simultaneous location, and mapping, the optical systems can identify landmarks on the ceiling as well as judge the ceiling walls visa lamb, also, calculates, the vacuums relative position in a room in real time, letting the baht create a map as it cleans vacuums that operate this way. Navigate a room with greater efficiency efficiency, systematically, cleaning the floor and a logical pattern. They won't waste time. Vacuuming areas of Rome, the I bought knows it. It's already traveled over now the one drawback that we've found with our little robot. It does that exactly. But it's got really dumb sensors as far as one, the little basket is full of somehow, you get a little extra dirt in front of it's free. None of the full sensor, it'll stop and say, hey, you gotta empty me. I come home from work after I'm done working, go to the robot and emptier. And I'm like, wait a minute. Jarvis's not full. He's still got plenty of room in there. But I just got stuck in front of his sensor. So rosy, dozen the hunter arduous, we call them Jarvis. Well, I was thinking of the jets. Anyway. In the last one is laser navigation. Yep. Yep. Another way. Robert vacuums can sense their environment is with lighter, light detection, and ranging. That's what they're using in the salt driving cars, but some of them tesla tesla wants to use vision. And that's what it says here, it's the same sort of technology, you'll find in many self driving car prototypes, such as those from Waymo, and all needle bought Bax use this method, including the eight hundred and twenty nine dollar buck Bhakti seven connected. That's all right. When you can also get I actually picked up a robot for my pool, and it does the same thing accepted stupider it every day, everything put it in there. It doesn't know that it's in what size pool. I have is just figures it out, again, in randomly bangs around and we'll disappointed frankly in in its abilities to clean the pool. But. We'll see how it goes. Well, this is pretty neat. Article and it gets into a lot of the different technology. So you can become a more informed, consumer, definitely if you're in that market, I got news for you. So. My CEO playing games from the cloud seems to expensive to be viable right now, this is kind of an interesting and it makes the point that we've been making for a long time. There's so many companies out there that are looking for that, quote unquote, holy grail of cloud gaming and basically cloud gaming, basically, involves playing video games via the web by just a web browser with graphics, rendered and audio generated in the cloud, and then beamed down to your computer in real time. The idea here is that you're not going to be buying a, a console anymore. The problem is that's a lot more expensive. Right. So it's again hardware as a service when it comes to putting your, your computer businesses in the cloud of same thing. These companies have to invest in awful lot of hardware, technology for you to not have to and what they're finding is you look about video and all the processing that has to happen in the cloud, and the expense, that's involved. The. Economics doesn't make any sense. It makes a whole lot more sense. If you have purchased your three hundred dollar console and it is doing all the processing locally in your living room and all the cloud host is doing. Ascending just pixel data based on your location on the map versus having it do everything process, everything, and then send it to you without any kind of hard ruin your sounds like that's not that, that's a technology in technology that waiting for gigabit could be. But the problem is to the hardware that has to sit there. So the economics, according to alchemy is that is really not there. It makes more sense to actually have your local gaming console where you go ahead and by that. And then connect to the clouds, so it's just another example of how the cloud economics can not necessarily work out, and it can be applied to businesses. Well, you bring up one more article Bob before we go break. Sure. U S customs and border protection. Tra- says traveler images were taken in cyberattack boy. Okay. So this kind of leads you to believe that it was the government that it was hacked. Right. But it wasn't a government that was hat, right? L photos of travelers in license plates, we're taking in data breach at a federal subcontractor in may. That was the subcontractor. Yeah. Okay. The US customs and border protection says, photos of travelers into an out of the country were stolen and militias cyberattack, the hit one of its subcontractors, none of the images have been identified on the internet or on the dark web customs and border patrol said in the statement, the violation of customs and border patrol policies and without their authorization or knowledge. These sub-contractor transferred copies of license play images and traveler images collected by CB p to the subcontractor company network. Right. So, basically, the subcontract t took the data, they shouldn't have touched and they violated their policy. They're not supposed to take it out off site. And their network. The subcontractors network was got act. Well, was hacked, or was it kind of fish to fish nose, or they were sold? The guy who are up graduate, contractors taken the date. He's not supposed to this probably some inside guy who was giving it to the bad guys. So anyway, this breach comes as customs and border patrol seeks to expand its massive face recognition apparatus and collection of sensitive information from travelers, including license, plate information, and social media identifies. Yeah. Nima sing Guliani American Civil Liberties union senior legislative council set in a statement Monday. This incident further underscores the need to put the brakes on these efforts and for congress to investigate the agency's data practices, the best way to avoid breaches of Cincinnati sensitive. Personal data is not the collect and retain such data in the first good luck with that. We're going to step out for a quick break. We got two lines open for you guys everything we talked about, we'll be posted over a computer talk, matab dot com. Pretty good online, guys. Charles, and Danny hang on two lines open for you. Eight hundred nine six six WTI see five to two WTI. I see we'll be right back. And we are back because this computer talked with tab, we're going to be here to eleven o'clock on this lovely Saturday morning, feel free to get online and feel free to call in eight hundred nine six six ABC. I see five to two deputy. I see you can also listen to us over the, the old interwebs on radio dot com. I will also our podcast as well. So if you miss a show, you can always catch us over rated radio dot com is our podcast are out there. Let's go to your calls. You're gonna go right to Charles and Hartford first morning. Charles. Good, sir. Can you free? I upgraded from seven to ten great. And I bought up, I get these messages, one says the input signals out of range input signal is out of range and the other meshes telling me the changes set up to fourteen forty time nine hundred sixty eight z resolution for your video input signal out of range. I'm trying to think is that just mouse made me go. No, no, no. That's the video video too. Yeah. He's got his video right? It's too high. And the it, it can't take it, right. So I mean he's lucky he's got any picture at all to be honest with you. Pitcher. Oh, that's why. Just just just a warning. Yeah. So he's going to go into safe mode. But you can't change the resolution that safe moment, not in windows. Ten you can't. No. That's why easier as above with me. You could do that. You can't you can't change. What's he gonna do in base? Safe mode? You only get the basic driver. All right. So what he's going to need to do is see if he can connect another monitor. That's the answer you kidding me. Or how old's your monitor Charles? Oh, I don't know several years old. I think it sounds like it's so old that it's not even able to capable of higher resolution is the monitor a lot older than you, computer. That think they might be about the same. I mean, it's not capable of displaying properly something happened with your resolution that got up so high. And if you can't see a picture possibly, connecting a second monitor you might be able to get enough of picture to be able to change resolution on, we'll get what's going to happen here, as you tell the computer display in a lower res-, fourteen forty said right, right? Or you what you could do you could try. This is. Booted into safe mode. That's what I said. Well you shot me down. You put Poon will you can't change the resolution. Right. All right. All right. That's my suggestion. Okay. He a boot into safe mode, and you go into the device manager. Okay. And scroll down or open up your, your video card, and actually remove the video card or uninstall it problem with the loan, boot up anything I can't get into anything safe motive should show up in low rez. If you can't get an image in safe mode, then you've got an bigger problem with your computer because in safe mode, lows, the basic driver so that you just get a relatively low resolution image, but you will get an image and you can change the resolution and saved. Motoo. I Google had I had to call. I gotta check. So you, you can't if you gotta get into shape boat motels. And that's when you re reboot the machine and press FA does that still work. Oh. Well, if you catch it, right. Yeah. Tried to get him to save by pressing the FA key and the Buddha. And you can go ahead and select windows startup settings one, then you're gonna hit restart, and then the computer's going to restart choose safe mood, and from the list of options, you're going to go ahead and chooses, screen resolution, and you're going to lower the screen resolution to what they said, what it suggested or lower. I will tell you to do to down to ten twenty four by seven sixty eight not the fourteen something go down to ten twenty four by seven sixty eight but you can do it in safe mode. What you do is then once you change into a law resolution but doesn't fit on your screen, right? You can change the resolution. The test, which one actually fits your monitor right? Any irony of this. Charles is before you did this with windows, seven your computer newest resolution. Right. It knew it, but for some reason, Microsoft now doesn't and it's a new operating system. Well, most of the time it does get it. And one of the improvements does do which I think is pretty cool. If you have different monitors with different resolutions normally, it'll pick the right resolution for each monitor. Right. Just. Time is running. Let's say an older monitor, that's with ten eighty by seven, sixty eight right, and you plug in a newer, one that has sixteen by nine right? You know, then, you know, it kind of consensus that, but you, you should be able to change it and save mode Charles. Good luck, sir. All right. Bye-bye. The I just think it's amazing though. I mean windows ten it's looking at the Paskhin fig and doesn't know how to set it for you. I mean, it's the least it could do really Celestica do. Well, you're gonna tell me. I can't do it again. We're just about for a quick break. Two lines open for you. Eight hundred nine six six WTI. See five to two WTI. See everything we've talked about his posted live over a computer. Talk with tab dot com, the name of the show dot com, which also works. And if you go to Facebook and like us at tab computer system in Mark Zuckerberg, deems, the news, worthy, it'll get into your news feed. And of course, if you follow us at Twitter on tab, computer sys-, it will get in that feed as well. We'll be back. And we are back put those links there for Charles and we'll see if he can get that resolution so he can actually see this after his upgrade, an upgrade that turns your monitor off. Oh, come to windows. Let's go onto your calls, and we're gonna go to Danny last Barry, it's going on our resident grubby. I just search are usually just tap the mic on chrome and you know, dictate it and last night when I was trying to do that. The little circle would come up with the mic in it. And when I talk it would blink off and go read in say offline try again. And that's what happened to me before. But if I typed in used to the keys, I could do the search. So it was just foist wasn't working. A service that was down over it. Plex. Okay. That was my question, because I've been getting a lot of prompts lately, start using Google assistant. And I didn't know if there was just shutting the Mike off on me. Trying to move me over to assistant or not. For that to work, probably two, okay. Okay. And it's actually funny. It is a Google did I do some same thing, my wife and our, you know, they text back and forth. I just hit the microphone and have the thing. Listen to my voice, and Google did something really weird and not Freudian. But just bizarre. I was telling my wife it was beautiful beautiful day. I was driving in and put the button there. And I said, hey, you know, you should open the windows. It's beautiful out. But what Google actually texted to her was, you should die open the windows. It's beautiful out. I didn't say the word die anywhere my God, forty I don't know. Is it Google Freudian? I mean it's kind of bizarre in, I mean it just put the word die in there. Now with with Google, obviously, when you Google anything. Right. It's going to fill things, and it's due to like the most popular stuff that's out there when you're googling is are people telling their spouses and girlfriends, the dial the time, and that's why they pre filled die on me 'cause that was the pattern, right? Is that the pattern is that we should be all for. I mean it was bizarre. That word was not used while. I mean it's not like you should open. The windows would have the word die at all. And they're literally and says, you should die, and he put the work in the wrong place. Like I'm dying to go outside. Yeah. Weird Sergei Brin the developer of Google. Yeah. Russian. Okay. Okay. So you're goes the Russian word forgive is die. I should open diamond. We give me. Yeah. I wasn't speaking Russian Bob. Yeah. But you know he probably taught in rushing. It was, but it was freaky to anybody most likely that Google plex was down. Did you see that still SpaceX launch the last one from Vandenberg? You should watch the video. There was a heavy foggy morning like it is a lot on the west coast. So when the rocket went up, it burned a hole through the fog. Ascended up and the cameras shooting back down. You could see the cloud cover, but you could see the whole where they went through, well, when it went up, and after did the watch and the first stage did it spurn back in turn around the come back down and land. You could. If you look real close, you could see all the cloud cover. You could see the whole that they burned through coming up. And as it went back down it went back down, and it came down. And it went back down through the same hole. It's, it's Ripley the landings are need enough as it is. But the thing came back down through the through its own whole sounds like. Who believe in conspiracy theories, he just ran the video backwards because the odds of it not having any kind of wind up there. People have stopped now seems to work seems to work, right? Okay. Guys. Thanks a lot. I think it was a CGI computer generated image. Let's go on to lend in Deford. They what's up. Good morning on. I've been a follower of user for years, okay? Got a new computer a laptop. I'll say drive everything works great. I am stalled bird and it was working flying for about a week. And then one day open it up and all my emails, God, everything now. Fortunately, I didn't transfer anything over my other son to bear to my other computer. But yeah. Kind of freaking out because on the sound box, the inbox trash, right? All the emails were gone. Mailbox, you have one is you have a mailbox talks talks about that. Is it a pop or is it a good? Is that the sun an exchange one? Bob, what's the mixture? There you got pop and you've got a map. I'm at thank you couldn't think of the word, lists gave me is that I'm up. Sure. Actually kind of auto all that self here. Well, no what I'm saying. So if you re put your, your mailbox information in your Cox username password. All that fun stuff. It should repopulate it will re download the mail for you. But you may need to repair your folders. They actually may still be there. They could go. A repair on the folders tells you to go in and delete a certain folder, and then restart it, and it rebuilds that holder and nothing happened. Fortunately, on this computer, I have not set the settings to download from the server in other words, take it off the service. I hadn't done that yet. Still serve. I can try to configure your Email is I'm app, you'll be much happier than running pop, and go ahead. Go ahead and just configure your account that way. And it should just repopulate by by the fault, and that leaves it both locally and on the server. So when you let's say, you're, let's say you and your wife, use the same mailbox she goes ahead and deletes a Email, little delete as well off of yours which is kinda handy on that way. It's kinda it's, it's kinda like exchange but it's not it's a it's a little smarter. Pop and. That's probably all you gotta do is put the information back in to have it re repopulate, your folders. So go in and just redo it. Don't delete anything. Don't weak, the account just in well, I go to the cock side of things log into Cox, and make sure your mailboxes configured as an I map and then read the configuration as to how to set your ports for, I'm at mailboxes and then go into your thunder, bird and configure, your mailbox based on Cox's directions to configure an I'm map mailbox and then it should up. But I always, always put that in quotes, it should just download the mail in including NBL. Nice and synchronize rave is what it should do. I'll definitely try to find question to that. He just wrote up, I'm, I'm the only one that uses computer not married. I'd nobody else touches problem with it. I blame myself myself very good. But when I, I normally take it off the server, I normally have download my mate, and my computer take it off server. Yep. But I've heard other people just leave their emails on the server Orson is, is. I don't know why do that. Maybe I just don't want to get a warning that your reach your maximum server delete meals. You know, that is that really concerned I should have believe it or not every I just recently got a warning from Cox about my mailboxes. So I had to do some leading you will keep shrinking that available data space. I mean, they're not gonna give it to you for free forever. They, they gotta pay for infrastructure paper servers, pay for all that stuff. So. You can do whatever you want win the beauty of having it on the server if you are using multiple devices. Let's use your phone smartphone. If you use I map intellectually, if you if you read it off your smartphone, it'll show that it's read off your computer and if lead your smartphone, it'll delete it off your computer. So it kind of improves your your, your how you function. It's more more efficient really for reading Email. But if you bring it down here machine. That's good, too, obviously. But you don't you don't have a backup of it. I suspect. Okay. All right. Hey, thanks for like, all right. Have a good that. All right. So we're step out for a quick quick. Quick break. Antoinette hang on. We have three lines open for you. One eight hundred nine six six WDC five to, to WNYC and everything. We've talked about so far. I've been posted over a computer talk with tab dot com, the name of the show dot com. And if you follow us on Facebook over a tap computer systems, it'll get into your news feed, if you like tap computer systems, and Mark Zuckerberg, deems, the news worthy, it's gonna have those two things, and then, of course, you can follow us on Twitter, if you've got time for that. I don't know who does. But if you got time for that over a tab, computer system, get into your newsfeed as well. We'll be right back. We are back. This is computer talk here. Till eleven o'clock on this beautiful Saturday morning to give us a ring. Eight hundred nine six six WTI I see if you're calling, if you're listening on the stream anywhere in the country, get to lens open for you. We hundred nine six six WTI I see let's get to your calls. We're going to go to Antoinette and Fairfield like I promised what's going on. That little which you guys are the. Yes. Returning, the routers and modems. I did that. I have my own issue with not having internet, less weekend, sunset vote, give it more time. And then turn it back. I had uncharged take out everything even what they totally on Monday. I got to someone who had a brain. The internet company. This is awesome. Okay. Yeah. She was trying to get me to pay for monthly Dan, and I wouldn't have to pay for every side to come out. But I tell the no because that's ringing my Bill up even now more. They're not going to deter is all like that. So something happened. And I was able to get back online while we were talking with at a service magically, right? Yes. Managing magic. Yes. But what I'm concerned about or not sure, about is now, the, the modem that's the one that looks up to them that three middle light blue when before they all my life, green yellow, you know. I'm on the internet. And I'm wondering how that, so when before they were all lit up to make sure I was on the internet. So it depends if it matters or not. So those, those LED's do mean something, but it doesn't necessarily mean you have to worry about anything. It's how the system communicates back and forth. So if your internet speed into an is what you're paying for if you do A, B test. And let's say you're paying for fifty megabits and you get fifty megabits you really don't care that much about what the LED's are saying now. If we can get into technically, but it wouldn't matter as long as it's working, it's like you trying to explain me, how internal combustion engine works. You could tell me how it works. I guess in the car. With the computer. Exactly. So, yeah, so I think basically don't worry about that. If you're getting the speed speed test, make sure you check your Bill and it matches what they say. They're charging you for your good. Go ahead about I would guess, at some point when you in your conversations that the tech over it optimum ask you what the MAC address of your modem was right. Because that's how they allow them on. Right. When you get a new your own modem, you've got gotta call them and tell them, what the MAC addresses, then they'll allow it to communicate on the network, so he probably had to make some adjustments modify. Okay. She has this modem and all of a sudden it worked. What's that day could bed up who what they do on their end? If I had that equipment. And when wending times the price. Yeah. They wanna say that modem rental. I was the Motorola you can buy Motorola. I know what it said on the anywhere. So why would that make a difference? And why rent it forever when you can buy at once? Right. You giving me, a Motorola modem, why would I have to have your Motorola? When it's Motorola, right? I have one question which may help other people how come sometimes because of happy with NBC last. Was able to stream and be seeing on the ipad. But when I did on my desktop, it wasn't coming to. Again, that will depend on your internal network and how, how good it is. You could have an issue with the performance of your PC. There's so many variables now in your streaming. So in the old days of just a an antenna and a TV it was just it was just that those two things that we're working to make your TV work now. It's a rube Goldberg to get your, you know, your, your TV channels, you've got the internet company involved, you've got the modem you've got the router, you get the PC. You've got the operating system. You've got the bandwith you've got the all those all those variables, right? I'll have to work together to give you NBC on that computer, so it could be just that you were having an issue with your computer. Maybe it was doing a virus scan. Maybe it's just lower powered. Mike. Okay. 'cause it was working yesterday. Okay. Produce beat does make sure you're getting paid for it. You know, aunts when that's the key and again you only need fifty megabits. So if you're paying for three hundred megabits you can even save more money if how many people are in your home. Just you can get away with twenty five megabits. When I was the renews. The Bill cheaper down only thing they were able to get me. That's about kept the TV because just having clean internet. Was costing just about the same as having internet and TV with just a dollar a different assets. As is. Up because all up on pricing. So you're using you're using a kind of a combination of TV and internet. Okay. All right. Well, right. You have to have a TV to stream with Roku or the five the you need to have TV, or cannot by five and cooked it up to the computer and get other stations. You could buy a fire stick up to the computers know, different HDMI connection on the monitor. So if you're monetize multiple HDMI interfaces you could stick the stick into that. And then choose that interface, when you wanna watch on the Roku, okay? Then you could cancel the TV. Because what they charge you for all the taxes and baloney on getting TV. You'll save by removing it right? I just do remain channels, because the other moms unless I have a TV I can't watch them anyway, date on the loud over into next streaming anyway. Yeah. Oh, so the cruciate that. I. So, yeah. I mean, everyone's cutting the cord, you still need a cord. So you're not really actually cutting a cord but you, you know, you're, you're making some adjustments to your, your access to these, these systems, and believe it or not fifty megabits. I'll tell you this over and over and over again is plenty five people in my family three boys surfing streaming all day long fifty megabits is more than enough for high resolution displaying, multiple TV's. While the kids are listening to music streaming and playing video games at the same time. So don't let them sell you. More than you need invention. We can all get fifty mega wireless through, like a cellular connection T Mobile's offering. We can actually cut the cord. I just can't wait until that day comes someday. It's gonna come. So we're gonna be here till eleven o'clock feel free to get online. Got a couple of minutes here, right? Matt should probably take a call. Or he sitting back kind of relax armor, started, call here, but we'll have to hold you over to the news, something good. Good Hank in Enfield next. What's your question, Hank? We're gonna get your question that hold you over to the news. Good. I just got a quick question here. I passed I've been able to attach little cartoons. I run a golf league. And I little car- cartoons high. When I send the sign up outs messages out and everything it all of a sudden, when I paste them on the Email to send out now. But when I send it out, and I include myself as a as a recipient when it goes out, is somehow that the strips appears because it's a risk. It's a what it's a risk any kind of tach -ment on emails or risk. And so a lot of male systems will strip that stuff out to save the recipient from whatever you're doing which in your case is completely innocent. But most likely it's as being stripped out of security right, bub. It was only only about the last month that used to work, okay? Beautiful before. Disappear. Any embedded meshes stage on the on the thing. But thing I had to like you sit line attached. What's your Email client? Okay. Are you doing? Browser. Yes. Maybe Yahoo starting to step up their security could be probably security thing Hank. We can look it up for a little bit during the news. If you want us to confirm it to Ken. Okay. Yeah. Fire help yet. Okay. Thank. Bye bye. Attachments, in Email are becoming a very dangerous thing these days. So we'll take a look at that and get back to more your calls three lines open for you. Eight hundred nine six six deputy I see five to fifty to get online during the news, we'll be right back.

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Machine Programming: What Lies Ahead?

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Machine Programming: What Lies Ahead?

"This podcast is brought to you by knowledge awarded Speaking today Justin Got Schlick. who leads the machine programming? Research team at Intel labs the newly formed research. George Group focuses on the promise if machine programming which is a fusion of machine learning formal methods programming languages compilers and computer pewter systems just in welcome to knowledge at Wharton. Thank you so much for being with us today. Wonderful thank you for having me so I just read that description caption of what machine programming is. But I think that you know given all the buzz around a lot of people are familiar with machine learning but most of them like me. Don't have a clue. What machine programming means? Perhaps you could explain the difference between the two certainly yeah. So at the very highest level level machine learning can be considered within the subset of artificial intelligence and there's many different types of machine learning techniques one of the most prominent right now are these things called deep neural networks. And that's a lot of what people are using to make the tremendous progress that we're seeing over the last decade decade The machine programming is really the idea that we're trying to automate the development and maintenance of software so the fundamental mental difference between the two. Is that with machine programming. You can kind of think of all of the field of machine learning being a subset of the field of machine programming but in addition to using machine learning techniques which are these approximate types of solutions will also use other things like formal Program Synthesis techniques that will give us mathematically proven Correct piece of software and then Between in those two points you can kind of think of those as a spectrum. You have the approximate solutions here. And the precise solutions here and then there's a fusion of a number of different ways that you can combine these. He's an every one of these things. Essentially is a part of the bigger landscape machine programming. So if I understood you right machine machine programming is when you create software that can that can create more software right How would that happen and I wonder if you could give us a couple of examples to help? Our audience understands yeah so the idea of creating software that creates its own soffer whereas really the core idea between or inside of Machine programming and a couple of examples of that is we recently built a system using using genetic algorithms and what it does is it will allow you to take certain input output examples and then by running through a number of iterations nations. We call them evolutions in the Genyk Algorithm space it will then automatically synthesize the program that will match the input output. You you do this sort of in the training phase and then it will take new input output examples that it's never seen before and then generate these new particular types of programs so that's like one example that you might have in the space machine programming and you would think about the impact that machine programming might might have on different industries which industries do you think a likely to be affected most by this and what period of time. Yeah this this is is a fantastic question and one that Could require a very long response while trying to keep it slightly abbreviated At the highest level one could imagine that any of the industries that are predominantly based in software are gonNA benefit this benefit from tremendously There is a recent survey that was done in earlier. Two Thousand Nineteen that showed I think We have something like half a million computer. Scientists positions that are open sues. He's reprogramming positions in industry that we need to fill. But we're only producing roughly ten percent of the actual programmers to fill those roles. So what what we're having in the software industry is essentially a bottleneck of supply. If we can start to automate some of the a simple tasks Reading a file parsing data helping US automate the software development testing this will. Oh I think tremendously accelerate the rate at which software is being developed. So I I would say that's probably the first very obvious place. The other area that I think is going to be impacted tremendously by. This are autonomous systems. In most of the spaces in autonomous systems accord ingredient of the systems is software so for example if one were to think about autonomous vehicles a large part of what's holding us back from uh-huh getting to level for level five atonomy which is the point where the car can essentially handle all of the nuances behaviors of driving in downtown Philly. Or something of that. Nature a big bottleneck of that is really the Implementation and the algorithms of the machine learning systems if we can automatically construct struck those these autonomous systems will also accelerate in their advancement. They'd like to come back in a little bit to the question about autonomous vehicles and the impact on the auto industry but given the fact that a lot of our audience is in the financial services industry. I wonder if we could go a little deep into that So so I mean I know that. He has made quite significant impact for example in areas like fraud detection Do think machine programming can also have a major impact Dan and if so what what might that look like absolutely This is a fantastic question and as I was mentioning earlier with machine learning systems Their Foundation is essentially learning through statistical analysis. In some sense. This makes them probabilistic that they are. We're getting close to the the right answer. But there's in many cases were not guaranteed. That will have the right answer. When we think about machine rushing programming we go back to that spectrum of how we have probabilistic to very precise solutions? It's my belief that for example in the financial sector there are certain cases where probabilistic solutions aren't sufficient. So one might speculate that as you're doing some sort of financial transaction having the probability that oh I sort of been rounding off the sense right. You know I'm close enough. Probably isn't sufficient if those transactions are happening billions of times today in that case. Ace we need a more precise Lucien and this is one of the areas that I think you could use machine programming an interesting Coming back to the other industry that you mentioned and the auto industry. What kind of impact do you think? machine programming will have on the whole drive towards autonomy. You I think thank you started talking about that context of Philadelphia if you could go a little more deep into what that metroplex for sure So as it was mentioning earlier earlier we recently built a system that is using this this Genetic Algorithm to automatically construct programs. What I didn't mention is one one of the pieces? That's part of Jenna. googlers distinct called fitness function. The fitness function is essentially. You can think of it as a way that you grade the the accuracy of the programs or the results that the genetic algorithm is giving so this genetic algorithm produces a result and the fitness function. Says you get a B. or you get an A.. Eh historically though fitness functions have been written by humans and not just any human really expert machine learning humans oftentimes sometimes what we find is the complexity of the problem. You're trying to solve is directly related to the complexity of the fitness function. So one could naturally naturally infer. Then why would you write. The fitness function. Just solve the problem yourself so we took a look at this and what we did. is we figured out a way using machine learning earning that we can automatically create the fitness function without human involved. So now back to your question if you think about this type of thing in the autonomous US vehicle space one of the things that's holding us back is the advancement of emmaus systems and historically the advancements that we've had with Emma systems have been through humans criticism but if we use machine programming one could imagine lake. We have with the genetic algorithm solution that the machine can actually start to invent lent. Its own machine learning systems that will then accelerate the progress of these Thomas Systems. So what are the implications of that one one of the things that I've heard about That's holding back autonomous systems as you are. The autonomous vehicles is the the fact that It might be too late to For for the system to make certain decision And you are because you don't want to actually hit something right you you. We probably need software that can predict what's about to happen before it actually actually happens. Is that one of the issues. Absolutely right this is tremendous insight And actually we had a European paper. Europe's is One of the leading research conferences in machine learning. We had a nervous paper in two thousand eighteen. That tried to start to address this problem. So historically what you're could describing here is Space Anomaly detection so the autonomous vehicle space when we think about these various behaviors. We think this is an anomaly and in particular. That's a time series anomaly. So for example you're trying to prevent this vehicle from colliding with this other vehicle or make sure it doesn't hit a pedestrian and as you pointed out it's too late if you already have. The event happened to detect it. So what we did. In order to address this is we recreated the mathematical breath medical foundation for an election specifically for time series. And so with this now what our hope is is that the community will adopt the new mathematical Article Foundation. We've created and they can apply this for time series anomaly detectors which will start to address those types of problems so and machine programming helps at all absolutely lutely so in the context of autonomous vehicles. You would think of using this mathematical foundation to better predict these days. But when you think about machine programming or you think firming in general many of the problems we're seeing today with software is we have these Correctness books we have security bugs. We we have you know these privacy violations. All of these things in some sense are time series in nature Program is really just a sequence of instructions one after another so if you take that mathematical foundation you can also apply it in the space of machine programming which is exactly what we're doing one thing. I'm I'm curious about is a machine programming like a lot of other areas of has been around since the nineteen fifties right. What's behind you know the the sudden sudden interest in machine programming now as it picking up in such a big way and why is Intel You know so interested in sort of investing it in a big man. This is a fantastic question and I'll try to break down to those two pieces I address. Why why we're seeing the The resurgence of this because it has been around since the nineteen fifties and then why is Intel interested If we look at why it's taking off today I would say principally. There's two reasons the first is I believe we're at an inflection. Point and the second is I believe my colleagues and I ed Intel labs and at MIT. We've made an important sort of observation and how to think about the future machine program so as far as the inflection point goes we you believe there's really through my view is really that there's three things that have created this. The first is we have tremendous advances in algorithms in in machine learning and informal methods. Things that Didn't exist say twelve months ago potentially are fundamental to the Advancement Smith of Machine programming the second is we have tremendous advances in compute today as their recent Turing Award winners Dave Patterson and John Hennessy are pointing out is we're living in sort of what they call the Golden Age of computing which they refer to as they call them domain gene specific architectures that for longtime it was really just the CPU. But now we're seeing based on the answers. Were having a machine learning and other areas we have these accelerators raiders that are specific to these domains. And so it's creating a tremendous opportunity for acceleration of these machine. Learning and fora methods wasn't possible and then the third piece is the abundance of big and dense data For example there's a repository that's called. I'll get up and get her basically as a place where people store their software and what we've seen by looking at it hub is Back in two thousand eight I think it had roughly thirty three thousand repositories two thousand nine. When I looked out at earlier this summer? I think it was somewhere around around Over two hundred million which is yeah. It's it's a tremendous growth. It's actually nearly a four order of magnitude growth in a decade and that kind of of growth and data as as you probably know data really drives a lot of these machine learning systems so this this is created essentially a vehicle and which we can start to explore the space so that's the inflection point but now the other point of the thing that's Intel and I think. MIT observed is fundamentally. What we're seeing is the way we've historically done programming? We think is flawed. That what there's essentially a blurring of the programmer's intention with these algorithms and with the system level details what we really want to do As we move forward is we want. The program are to just specify his or her intention that you you WanNa create a program that will tell you where the nearest starbucks says and you just say computer create a program. That will always notify me. When I'm nearest starbucks and then the computer handles all the details of the algorithms implement? It understands how to translate that to work on the hardware. That's on your cell phone or in a data center that type of thing So that those are the two the pieces that we think really are creating this opportunity for tremendous growth in machine programming. Now to your second point about why is this interesting to Intel Into obviously very interested in advances in hardware and me being an Intel for about a decade. Now one thing that I've seen which is really exciting is really used to be just a CPU company. And we're not today today the heterogeneous hardware landscape that we have at Intel is enormous we have neural network processors we have neuromorphic processors we have. GPS US we have a variety of accelerators FPJ's and we have the ton of CPU's the problem though is programming these things that we can have tremendous harder but oh can we possibly expect back that the average developer can program this and this is really why machine programming is essential to Intel is into understands that with this new heterogeneous hardware landscape landscape. That really is required to advance all of the technology that we're seeing. We need a way that it's simple enough for the average which program are to harness this massive amount of heterogeneous compute sounds amazing. The since he was speaking about the work that you did with him. I I understand that you wrote a paper called the three pillars of machine programming Some time ago about saw all these concepts and I was wondering if you could share some of the main insights from that and how they relate to some of the things we're talking about certainly yeah so back in I think it was two thousand seventeen Few of us from Intel labs teamed up with several people at MIT. And we came up with this this vision of what if we did this thing called machine programming. What would the landscape look like? And the main reason for this is we were seeing in these research venues that people were starting to explore machine programming but they were A bit disorganized that there wasn't structure around the way we were thinking and so the paper that we wrote the three pillars of machine programming is essentially a road map. On how how we want to express explore the research. Space there are three pillars Intention invention and adaptation The intention pillar is really what we would think of as the programmer is doing in the future. I don't really call these people programmers. I call them software creators because at the end end of the day our our Blue Sky Vision is these folks won't write a single line of code. They will express their intention either through natural language gestures visual diagrams. Whatever is best for them and and for those hardcore programs out there they can still write all the coat that they want? So that's the intention pillar The invention pillar is it then takes the programmers or the software creator's intention and then translates that into actual actual software. These were the algorithms data structures that type of thing once that's established then that work hand off to the adaptation pillar the tation tation pillar then takes that code and figures out okay. What does the software and hardware ecosystem look like for this particular program? How do we need to augment it to make it run efficiently securely correctly and then in the machine learning context accurately now in addition to Intel I'm sure there are other companies that are also working on machine programming and I wonder if there are any companies with whom you collaborate Whose work you could talk about just to explore how this field as well absolutely So we have many collaborators in industry as well as academia Jamia and some of our industrial partners that are looking into this are Microsoft and facebook. So Microsoft's they have a wonderful gentlemen over there submit Guliani who wanna who's seen in in many people's eyes as one of the founders of formal program synthesis and he actually has developed the system inside inside of excel that will automatically figure out what the users intent is they call this flash fill so this is a good concrete example sample of well real world evidence that this is not just a research toy you can actually build this into real products so Microsoft is deeply interested in this Another company is facebook so facebook is actually doing tremendous work in the space. The recently published a paper about a system called Aroma and what aroma does is essentially essentially works along the same lines of the three pillars. It's principally focused on trying to help with the Intention that at a programmer has an intention of trying to write some code and doesn't quite know exactly how to write that code the Roma System. Then we'll take a little bit of that code note and do an analysis over very large database and then send the user back. Is this what you meant. And it's sort of a human in the loop machine learning approximate solution Lucien. That's sort of good early evidence that there's a lot of Well while we think of the space machine programming as being very long journey. There's things that we can be doing today an industry that could be extremely valuable That sounds pretty remarkable again. No you spoke about several companies unease over. Which countries do you think are making progress that you find impressive in the area of machine programming In General Rene I. I've heard that China is advancing in leaps and bounds Could you talk about What's happening in other parts of the world and what the things that you're paying attention to absolutely So as you pointed out China is doing tremendous things. One of the things that they're doing as they have a very strong sort of governmental infrastructural support for a I and it's my belief that the US also has this but maybe not to the level. That China does us. It's something that I think. As a country we probably need to be a little bit more Aggressive and progressive about there's also a lot of involvement and advances says that are happening in Europe and That's also tied in both with their academic schools. They have very strong Emma leaders in academia yeah and then also the vision that have through their governmental infrastructure Mitch European countries using are doing the most interesting work that that's a great question Off The top of my head Germany is actually doing some really tremendous stuff as as one might imagine part of that has to do with the fact that they've been deeply involved left in autonomous vehicles and the natural evolution is Thomas Vehicles and then the byproduct of that is deep engagement in. Ai and machine learning now D.. which innovations in machine programming do you think are most promising? And where do you think. The next breakthroughs will occur in the immediate future. Yeah so this is. This is really fascinating question and as I was mentioning before there is a lot of low hanging fruit route where we can make advances and we can build things like aroma or flash fill that are very useful but there are some core challenges that At least with the folks that I'm interacting with at places like Stanford and MIT and Google deeply within Intel. Labs that we don't quite have the answer to The first is the structural representation of intention. So what I mean by. This is often times. When we're writing code the programmer's intention is diffused across the Cote? Will we really want to be able to do. Is Understand how to new properly represent the user's intention and we don't quite have this. There's a lot of advances that we've made historically with things like compilers and static analysis analysis tools that create different sort of graphical or tree structures. But when we've tried to apply these space machine programming they don't quite like fit that we can sort of you know. Push the square peg in the round hole. But it's not the right match so it didn't tell we're thinking about this thing thing that we're roughly calling the abstract semantic graph and the idea here is this structure. Whatever this is that we I don't quite understand? We'll be some sort of graphical representation of the semantics essentially the intention of what the user wants once we figure you're out how to build this thing. My belief is the field of machine programming. We'll see a tremendous spike of growth So a lot of people are working on this. I'm on working with collaborators Both Industry and then in academia folks at Penn Berkeley. Mit were all thinking. Deeply about this Hopefully we'll be able to figure out this This abstract semantic graph soon. And until we do. I think that we'll just sort of work with breath the maybe not perfect solutions and try to edge our way forward if you figure out what might sound implications be so some of the implications will be the programs that will be able to generate are likely to be orders of magnitude more complex than the ones that we can create today for example in the space of forum program synthesis or approximate solutions for machine programming. We may be restricted to. Let's say programs that are up to maybe one hundred instructions Or less if we figure out how to build this abstract semantic graph. It's my I believe that we will move from hundreds to thousands potentially millions of lines of code that so the implications of this thing. They're enormous purpose so when any new technology comes along especially or machine learning as as you described machine programming very often technologists have to justify these investments to the CFO or the CEO. Not just in terms of this is very cool technology but hi this fits in with the Roi of where the business wants to go are the fits in with the business strategy What are some of the metrics that you taint about in terms of What's the in measuring the Roi of machine programming right? This is a great question. And of course as has The leader of the machine permit research group at Intel It's my job not only to work on the research but then also justify its business value agents agents as you pointed out and one of the things that you you might know is very interested in performance. But we're not just just interested in hardware performance We're also interested in software performance. So one could imagine that if you have a programmer that's writing code that slow They might blame the Intel processors as being slow even though the problem is not the processor. It's actually the software one of the promises of machine programming and we're seeing early evidence of this. Is that the code. We can generate through. These automated methods will be super human in their performance correctness security so on so forth one concrete example of that is one of my colleagues injured atoms Jonathan Ring Kelly came on holly and deserve folks from Mit Mit Stanford and facebook. Or actually I think Andrew Adams just pivoted to adobe research They have built a system called. Hey light it's a programming language that separates out the programmer's intention from the actual scheduling of that attention and in their recent paper. This year that was published. I think in June. They've shown for the first time that the world's foremost experts in this programming language can't compete Pete with the machine that the machine is producing code now that is regularly more efficient. And I think it's by I'M GONNA be I'm just GONNA guess here by at least fifty percent it might be upwards of you know a hundred percent faster and this is the first time in the decade Gade that they've been working in highlight that they've been able to achieve this but so this gives us promise that if we can do it in Haleiwa. Maybe we can generalize. Is this and start to improve the efficiency of code everywhere. This is really important Intel because obviously we want everyone software to run US efficiently as possible and we don't want people to mistakenly believe that our hardware slow when actually the problem is somewhere else right now I I I hear you and it actually reminds me of offer of a broader concern that have often heard about the I which is that as a lot of automation begins to take place in a skit as get you get implemented. The impact of jobs could be considerable so for example the autonomous trucks. It has been a fear. Sure that lots of truck drivers could be losing their jobs. If you know autonomous vehicle stopped hauling You know goods across the highways. So do you think that there is a risk that if she in programming takes off that the same in could happen to software programmer. Jobs and that This this is something that the industry should be concerned about right. This is an excellent question and one that I'm asked Quite often My my honest opinion is actually the inverse will happen. Is that through machine programming. We will create many jobs perhaps millions or tens of millions of jobs and the reasoning is actually very simple right now. We have a global population and the billions. Yet the programmer pool today is a very small percentage. I don't know the exact percentage but I think that it's roughly around around like one percent of the global population with machine programming. What we are trying to achieve is enable the entire global population to create software for example? My mother She's incredible entrepreneur. She's created several businesses. Just done fantastic. But she's not got a programmer so the entire world of software is closed off to her and in fact. This is one of the reasons that I became so compelled is I see someone like her. WHO's wildly creative? She has some amazing ideas but because softwares closed off those ideas never get realized and hopefully with machine programming with this intentionally that we're discussing earlier this will this will create tens hundreds of millions of jobs it will also keep the programmers that we have today employed because there there is work to do on building these very complex systems and as we expand intention. We're going to require those people those what we call it until those Ninjas to be ensuring all the subsystems that are part of those three pillars are advancing appropriately. Because since we were talking about these adverse US consequences it reminded me of a conversation almost fifteen years ago with Andy Grove the former. CEO of Intel who we had interviewed in two thousand four And and he's he wants said that for every metric there should be under the bed metric that addresses the adverse consequences. The first so as you were thinking about some of the metrics that you would use to measure the success or the Roi of off Machine programming what could be some of the adverse consequences of machine programming and what metrics with us just to keep an eye to make sure things during our control. I'm really glad you asked this question. And on top of that before I answer I just WanNa say. I'm a huge fan of Andy Grove. It's wonderful to be at a company with such such strong legacy of leadership. And you know we see the impact that Andy has had Even today that the company is really trying to follow a lot of his principles. I I would agree with you. Who'll heartedly and in fact in a book that we wrote? In Two thousand four knowledge it worked and wrote he was identified as the top leader among twenty five leaders in the past five years. Oh that's fantastic. Yeah I never got the chance to work with him personally but I know people that have and from everything I think I hear. He was not only tremendous leader but also tremendous technologist which is is sort of a very rare combination But going back to your question about the adverse consequences we actually talked about this a little bit in our three pillars paper and this is part of the reason why we we wrote this paper or is that what we were. Seeing in some cases of advances is there would be research for example one of my colleagues that. I'm very fond of Alvin. Chong he's a professor at Berkley and he's doing this. Work called verified lifting and verified lifting essentially uses formal program synthesis techniques to who lift code from one programming language. And then drop it down onto another programming language. This is wildly useful for legacy systems that can't be maintained and because we don't have a programmer supply. We can lift code out. Put it in a new language where we have lots of programmers. However one of the things we noticed and I've discussed this with Alvin Alvin so he will probably not be shocked? When I mentioned this is that there's a potential byproduct of that lifting that can reduce intentionally attention -ality so for example? His work we would say principally falls in You know the invention and the adaptation Based based on how that code is transformed the intention of that code could be reduced for example things like variable names function. Names things that are really important to programmers may not map properly to the new structure. So as we're making forward progress in machine programming what we've asked the community community do is think of the context of the three pillars. And then try to understand argue inadvertently hurting another pillar and if you are are clarify that so we understand that. This is another thing that we now need to advance. Now since you mentioned some of the academic collaborations variations. I know that you spoke at Penn after precise event last week and I was wondering if we could end by talking a little bit about what kind of work. You're planning to do here at Penn.. Oh yeah so. I'm very delighted that you asked this question. And I'm really happy to be here I had the honor under of giving this talk at The precise industry day which was Oversold out I think people were sitting on the floor. It was just a very well all attended and rightfully so a lot of the thought leaders in the space of Computer Science and formal methods in machine learning are part of the precise center Recently I accepted invitation to help chair the technol- The technical industry group for precise and also act as their executive director for artificial intelligence My role with precise and with Penn.. Actually really I think is a twofold. The first is with precise they have a very strong sort of technical consortium of industry collaborators. And what I would like to do is ensure that all of the industrial partners are working in a very complementary way that we understand what the core challenges are and that. We're not working in a way. That's overlapping duplicating effort. So that's one part the other part that's really important to me is right now. We have sort of a lack lack of machine programming engineers and researchers in fact. There's very few of us which makes sense because the field even though it's been around since the fifties had Struggles to get to the point where it is today so what. We're working on with pen. And other academic institutes suits is to start to incorporate curriculum changes and get our undergrads Grad students more familiar with it and then also generate the new leading minds through the PHD programs. That are they going to drive the research. They're happening both and academia and in the industrial labs. CBS All sounds wonderful and Justin. Thank you so much for taking the time to explain all these things to us. It's wonderful to meet you and very happy to have you here at knowledge at Wharton. Yes it's been my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me for more insight from knowledge at Wharton. Please visit Knowledge Dot Morton Dot U. The panel dot e._d._U.

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