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Burn After Listening

The Ross Bolen Podcast

1:56:03 hr | 1 year ago

Burn After Listening

"Cold open alert skippers, don't you skip? Don't you? Skip cold open alert. You got a cold open going here. I was having a conversation with my good friend. Chad Coleman some have called him a Saint. He's a big time social media God at Callaway golf, great, dude. Great company Calloway, by the way, and he was telling me Chad was how he skips the first five and a half minutes or so of every single podcast episode of of our BP. I was like that makes sense. I mean, the intro is the same every time. It's really for the new listeners really more than the returning ones. Right. But then I thought to myself was there something I can do to make the show a little more enjoyable for you know, long returning listeners right off the bat. And fortunately, I'm married to a person that is smarter than I am in my genius wife Taylor. Immediately came up with an answer. She said why don't you just give personal story or anecdote about yourself to start each show? So everyone is motivated. Did not to just skip straight through the intro segment. Genius so easy. So simple. Could solve this months ago. I just asked her. For the record for those of you who are normally skippers part of clan. Skip the intro there are important announcements in shoutouts and shit in every single intro. And I'm going to moving forward, including more entertaining stuff. Like this. We won't be doing cold opens every episode, obviously. But I will be sharing a personal anecdote every beginning of every episode. I will make sure that the announcements and shit. Our not so repetitive. I'm going to try to make it a little more entertaining for y'all. So that that's not just the same mundane intro every single episode. Okay. So this is the first one I'm going to give you a little story here is what we're rolling with for the day. We'll see how it goes and adjust accordingly. Here's my Ross personal anecdote for our BP one twenty six so when I was a young lad Knoller than eighth grade. So I don't know what that like thirteen maybe my buddy, and I were bored after school in days, my best friend in the whole world at this point dudes like my brother, we would like family. We we spent all of our time at each other's houses with each. Others families. He was like his name's Nathan Newman shutouts Newman. He I think he listened. Sometimes it would be tight if he was listening to this. Anyway, he was an incredible athlete, by the way. He was like, you know, how everybody knew one kid who was just better than everyone else. It's sports and everybody was like, oh, this is going to make it to the NBA or the NFL or the Melby or whatever that Nathan was that dude at our school in our city really for our age group. He was an unbelievable athlete, and he actually did end up getting drafted into the majors. Which is crazy. He's my one friend that I know that I knew before he was now I have some friends who are professional athletes humble brag. But before that, I knew that actually made it to that level, which is crazy anyway point is Mia. Nathan were hanging out. Just which schilling at my crib, right? My parents aren't there? They're both at work. We're getting normal eighth grade shenanigans this was a simpler time this was before binge drinking or drugs or chasing cheek us had clouded my mind to the point of near oblivion during high school or college. And we had the house to ourselves. It was latch key kid time. So we're going through the garage just snooping through shit trying to find something tight. And you might be wondering like what kind of kid wants to go in a garage. That's not fun. What is there like some tools in there? No, no, no, argh arise was wild. My garage was wild. As fuck. My dad had a broken down read nineteen sixty seven Ford Mustang that sat in the garage as one of the two spots for like fifteen years, which my mom, just absolutely adored. And it didn't in any way contribute to their divorce is so this this sixty seven Mustang sitting there just accumulating junk, right like boxes of old tax forms and documentation, my dad's always been in accounting and finance. So he's got all these papers from years and years of all these different companies. He's worked for in just storage is just just shit piled all over this Mustang, the roofs caving in it's totally fucked. It would take tens of thousands of dollars to restore the thing. He was never going to do it. I don't know why the car was there. So we start. Going through all this shit. We're like opening up the Mustang. There's only like one door handle that still worked and again, trash everywhere. This is a trash car in the back seat of said, Mustang Nathan, and I found something though a briefcase this briefcase was Brown was beaten just worn as fuck. It's clearly from the eighties before I was born. It was locked locked shut double combo like, you know, old school double-sided combo briefcase. You gotta spend the dials put the combo in the pop it open. So obviously Nathan and I have to open the briefcase, right? I mean, come on. It's a Brexit locked briefcase that looks like it's from another generation with the fuck, man. We got open where kids were curious were curious, and we're not cats so curiosity isn't gonna kill us. We spent like three minutes trying to figure out the password did this briefcase which come on. We're not James fucking bond. We're not going to crack the code. So we said fuck this. And we went to town with hammers and screwdrivers and all manner of tools that were available does in this garage. To try to open this briefcase at no point is it occurring to me like you're doing permanent damage to this. This is going to be very noticeable. There's no turning back. None of that mattered to me. I didn't have that capacity. Brainpower at this time in my life. So we do like thirty minutes of battle with this impenetrable case. And finally, we break it open. It's filled to the brim with porno MAGS and not just playboy like penthouse and shit. I won't call it the good shit because to me, it's the bad shit penthouse. Just gross. Nobody needs a close up HD view of Bush. I I just don't that's not for me. I guess people do need it just I don't really I've never been a penthouse guy. It was a it was a porn stash. This pre internet porn stash. This is what you had to do. You had to have a briefcase with a double combo lock that you stored in your old sixty seven Mustang and you garage. So your wife wouldn't find it this what you had to do for the record. I did have to call my dad and asked for permission to tell the story because obviously, I, you know, this is personal personal porn. I didn't want to talk about it without without his permission. Although I guess technically it could have been my mom's porno stash from college. I have no idea just for being honest. I'm just playing nominaux Sawyer's. I will say this though, my dad has been very sick this week with allergies and cold not like any type of enough in serious. But he when I asked for permission may have only been partially awake and dosed hard on Nyquil. So I'm not sure that conversation will hold up in court, dad. Please don't sue me. Anyway, we get the briefcase ope or in porn city. And this is even pre like porn being cooled us. We were like oh fuck. Oh god. It's what do we do go? My god. What am I got? We can't close the briefcase and just put it back. We've busted open. It's fucked. It's ruined forever. So the question is now what right? What the fuck? Do we do? Now, we we can't just act like this never happened. Put it back. We're going to get caught then the conversation. So awkward about this porno situation with my dad, or my mom, and then are we getting him in trouble? Does she know about the porn? It just gets too weird. So would we do we take it in my backyard? It's probably three thirty in the afternoon. Sunny day in Houston, Texas. And we Dowsett in lighter fluid and set it on fire. So now interesting not the best strategy, admittedly. We light it on fire from the inside and the outside. We we now have a large probably four foot tall blaze going in my backyard to try to destroy the evidence that we have created by snooping through the garage, and this was semi effective. I'll be honest with you. I it eventually took took about an hour of relighting the fire over and over. But we did get it to reduce it to a pile of burning rubble, which we picked up put in trash bags and then threw in like, our neighbors trash can or whatever. Right. We thought we'd get into why we thought we got away with this porn problem solved. Nobody ever has to discuss this dad, and I don't have to have the birds and the bees talk again or talk about how to be respectful of women's bodies or anything like that. I mean, none of those things not. Although I don't everything we had conversation about maybe I don't know if my dad and I ever really talked about sex. I'd have to think hard on that one. It doesn't matter either way. But we think we've gotten away with this. So the day goes on I go to sleep. You know, I'm got a little diety probably a little bit about getting caught. Or somehow. I don't know. Maybe dad goes out to try to find his briefcase that night. What are the odds that happens? I don't fucking know maybe my dad's psycho and he needs access to their briefcase constantly. I have no idea. So I had a little bit of anxiety. But for the most part, I'm like, we we did this we we solved it were good. Nobody's ever gonna ask about that. If my dad notices, it's gone. He's not going to ask. Because what's he going to say? Honey, I can't find my porn briefcase. Would you do with it? No. That's not going to happen. The next day. I take my dog my black lab. First dog I ever had. She's in doggy heaven now, probably running the farm. She's fucking awesome. A love her forever. Molly. I take her ass out in the backyard to go potty, right? And as she's like doing the dog thing where you like, you know, they do they like squat down back on their hind legs. And then they continue walking several steps in the most awkward fashion possible as they push poop out. Their backside. And it's hysterical. I don't know why we don't do that as humans, it'd be much more fun. And you keep the motion going to feel like keeps the blood flowing while you're trying to do number two. Anyway, while the dogs doing duty. I see a little piece of paper just floating through the air. And it lands in the grass, and I pick it up and turn it over. And it's crisp on two sides. Just burnt, you know, it's pair titties. Big old of titties. I see another piece of paper like three feet away in the grass. I'm like, oh my God. I pick it up close up shot of an Osceola Ovilla Osceola vagina, and I'm like, oh my God. When we let the fire pieces flooded off. Now, there's just tits and Dixon. Ball sacks. And Vaduz all of my yard. I have to clean them all up, but the point is. Again, I did not get caught ever. This was never spoken of. It's been almost twenty years since this happened. I never talked to my mom about it. I never talked to my dad about it until today, which he might not even recall, and that is my personal anecdote to start RVP P one hundred dollars a hell of a cold open. Yeah. And now it's time for the hot open pushy small. The. The. The. The. The. Cut. The check. Welcome to episode one hundred twenty six of the Ross Bohlin podcast, otherwise known as Rb p one to six brought to you by grand X media. I'm your host Ross Bohlin here at the grand X media studio in Austin, Texas with my producer, Michael whiner? Hey, bill. How're you doing? I'm in a great place Ray for the weekend. 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But the best thing is that we make our Instagram story comprised entirely of photos and videos sent in by you, the listenership to me and Mike through Snapchat. So if you've got something you want to send us that you think is worthy of the Instagram store, you go to Snapchat at W R B O Elian at W R in his mind at Mike at T X. As in Texas is Mike is keep the great snaps coming our way. If you look in for like, well, what kind of stuff do you need go? Check out the Instagram story right now, it's chock full of bad ash at the Austin ends like one hundred slides you'll get the idea keep the snaps coming. We'll keep throwing up the Instagram story at the Ross Bohlin podcast on Instagram where on Twitter as Mike mentioned at Ross Bohlin pod. We are also on Facebook. But fuck Facebook. Nobody knows where it is. Nobody cares. Doesn't matter. It's irrelevant. So an announcement. I guess I only have one that's kinda sad. But it's good. Announcement is a reminder that Taylor Bowlin will be back next week. I believe next Thursday for Rb p I think it's one twenty nine. Right. And we're going to have a good one. So look forward to that. I I have a quick announcements. Well, how good I'd like to apologize to the Gundy family, and some of the people of Oklahoma, those who support Oklahoma state, Missouri. In fact, did not get up in that ass, you the Oklahoma state beat us in the liberty bowl. It was it was a crushing defeat. We humbled. No. We were better than they were we played poorly and that fucking mullet freak out coached, Dr coaches. So I I have to give him and his especially as credit I credit to his family that the Gundy's Gunnar Gunnar Gundy, they'll had stupid fucking names Gavin Gaijin Gunnar, which I believe our listeners now. Yeah, I mean, I didn't really want to go after Gavin Gaijin gunner. You didn't either we saw them. So my apologies to Gavin cage and gunner. The bells are want you guys to know that. Being a Gundy in the state of Oklahoma is pretty good like, you're good. You're you're I I think it's their their uncle kale. Gundy is the offense coordinator at Oklahoma. And he's he they've won a lot there too. So, you know, big shouts to you guys. Just know that outside of your state that name is a bad name and your trash so just staying Oklahoma as long as you will you'll probably be treated like it king. But like if you go to any other state in the union, and you're like, hey, I'm gonna Gundy know, who the fuck I am going to be like get the fuck outta here your dad's trash, except if you hanging out with me in which case, I'm absolutely down to hang with any Gundy. Even if it's not Gavin gauge or garner or Mike what about just hang with any Gundy? What about Van Gundy? Van Gundy's like he's like the I never had. Yes. So it makes outs. Do you guys? The Gundy's, dude. The Gundy vary on Mike is dominating spin a good run for the Gundy, nobody handled I mean, okay. Normally when we go in on somebody first of all they normally never hear it. And we never have to have a response or deal with any type of kickback the Gundy's heard that segment you did immediately. And they were totally cool with it like they couldn't have been more classy about it. They just thought it was funny. One of a believe it's Gavin. But maybe gauge of governor it's really hard to know, which one of you is which when your names are also similar, but has interacted with us multiple times on Twitter. I hit him with a follow back on a couple of counts. They've been super cool about as making fun of their dad and calling him a scumbag and. No flick cook and snowflake cut, but the reality of it is is this. Yes, Mike genuinely does have hate for Oklahoma state, and obviously even more. So now that they're they got crushed. I don't at all. I think you are great. I think Gundy, I'm a man, I'm forty rent as I've said before is one of the best all time sports post game meltdowns of all time. I thought it was unbelievable. I've always been a fan of the mullet. I don't really give a shit if OSU wins or loses. So I got no beef with you people. I just think it's hysterical that your names are Gavin Gaijin Gunnar well shops, together and gauge and gunner you guys got up in my ass. And hopefully. Liked it. You really did. That's all. That's all. I have to say about hope they liked it. Go to rowdy, gentlemen dot com right now. Go to type it in Ouro y d- way aro WD. Or a WD y gentlemen dot com. Okay. Click on see what's new at the top of our newest gear short sleeve long long-sleeved t's great new flags hats stickers packs of stickers their stuff for everybody on here. You're gonna love it. This is our in-house clothing brand. We design source materials. Do all this ourselves. We've got great net. Natty light products. Great patriotic Calera shirts like back to back the world champs. I it's it's a wonderful clothing brand. And we're giving all of you fifteen percent off. If you use the code Rb p one five at checkout your entire cart. You get fifteen percent off. Okay. Let's jump into our first segment technically to cold open doesn't count as a first segment. This will be our first segment animal of the week. This week. It's the Jesus Christ lizard, otherwise known as the common bacilus, which is lame as shit. So obviously, we're gonna call it by its nickname. Did Jesus Christ lizard r I p J C, it's a reptile this lizard. And it's an omnivore it can live up to ten years in captivity is part of the Guana family, one of my favorite families in grows to be between two and two and a half feet long tall, whatever you wanna call it. But that's including their whip. Like tails, they got up to like seven ounces. They're not heavy no lizard as well. I'm not going to finish that sentence there. Heavy lizards, the males of the common, bacilus grit. G J JC lizard, have high crests on their heads and backs very easy to identify the difference between the males and the females as a result. And they use those. Hi, Chris to impress the fair six they're not endangered or anything like that. These the Jesus Christ lizard, they have actually the least concern label on the IUCN Redline. List, which makes sense like if you rock in the nickname Jesus Christ. You better have your shit straight. And they do they're not even close to endangered their abundant in tropical rainforests of Central America from southern Mexico to Panama, according to National Geographic. They spend much of their time in the trees are never far from a body of water when threatened this where they get their nickname. They can drop from a tree into the water and get this sprint upright about five feet per second across the surface. So that's how they got the dope. Est nickname in the animal kingdom, you if you don't know anything about the bible Jesus Christ walked on water. That's the the comparison. That's that's the parallel here. So to accomplish I I don't know if you've never seen footage of this. I don't know how it would amaze me if if some of you haven't. But I'm sure some of you haven't I remember seeing this for the first time as a little kid while I was probably like in high school freshman year. Maybe before that on one of those animal channels, and I saw it. The Jesus Christ lizard sprinting across the water in slow motion. And I was like that is one of the coolest things I've ever freaking seen. Didn't know an animal could do that. That is so dope. Here's how they get it done. They've got long asked toes on their rear feet would these fringes of skin that unfurl in the water increasing the surface area? And then they rapidly churn their legs it's like a bicycle motion with the their legs, and they slap their splayed feet. Hard against the water creating a tiny air pocket that keeps them from sinking provided they maintain their speed. They can actually move along the surface like this for fifteen feet or more. But eventually gravity does take over and the Basque list resorts to it's excellent swimming skills to continue its travel, very cool by me another animal that can walk on water with the with the nickname this cooler than that as far as reproduction goes the pregnant females prepare a shallow trench. They lay up to like, twenty eggs in it. The mother leaves the eggs they hatch on their own and the hatchlings are born with at birth. The ability to run on land and water and climb and swim. And as far as dieting goes like, I said, they're omnivores. It's a lot of plant material. Insects fruit small vertebrae. He's not sure how. Yeah. That's that's omnivore. And you know. They have natural predators like, snakes and birds and keep these amazing lizards on their toes. But there for the most part safe now immediately go smoke something bitch in watch hours upon hours of slow motion. High definition footage of the Jesus Christ lizard running on water on YouTube. It is very fun to do. I did it last night. That's your animal the week. Did Jesus Christ lizard next segment? Stuff to Wikipedia win your high back to back classics. Gotta love that this stuff that we Kapiti when you high is Claudine long j I don't know how to pronounce long get Lungi long. Get C L A UD I in E space bar L, O N G E T long get a shutout to my in-laws specifically David in page who provided me with this. This story in Dallas Texas shout out to all the lanes in Dallas, Texas is a cool story. So Claudine georgette lingerie I'm gonna call her is was born the twenty ninth January nineteen forty two. She's a French singer actress dancer recording artists, the reason that I call it a long day. I assume it's pronounced always because she's French. I'm not being an asshole at I genuinely believe it might be pronounced that way. I don't fucking know it wasn't alive during this time period. Anyway, she was she was very popular during the nineteen sixties and seventies. Born in Paris, France. She married an American singer and television. Entertaining, guess which one Andy fucking Williams. He was married in from nineteen sixty one until nineteen seventy five fourteen years of marriage to the asshole who made the song. Happy holiday slash the holiday season. Happy hall is what a terrible fucking song. It's the holiday season whoop. De scoop. That's we're con you got the idea for the whoop. De scoop scoop de poo all that bullshit worst one of the worst Christmas songs. It's one of the ones that Mike and I roasted off the face of the earth last month. Holy hell, it's terrible. And this woman was married to Anne Williams. The guy who made that's on for fourteen fucking years. She met him in Las Vegas in nineteen sixty while she was a dancer. She was the dancing lead actually and at at the Tropicana resort and casino. And she was having trouble with your car and it pulled over to the side of the road. Williams was driving by stopped offered to help. He was thirty two. She was eighteen and they got married December fifteenth nineteen sixty one in Los Angeles had three kids together. No L Christian Bobby, and then they legally separated and divorced in seventy five according to Williams, Andy Williams, they remained very good friends. What a wonderful story anyway back to Claudine. Her first appearance is. Actress on television were in two nineteen sixty three episodes of the comedy series. Mikhail's navy very famous comedy series from television. If you're, you know, not good with television history. You've probably never heard of that. But it was a very famous show during my parents their parents era. She also acted in the nineteen sixty four theatrical future film of the same title Mikhail's navy, which many of you have probably seen in areas on like channels like AMC and shit often. Anyway, she was an all kinds of stuff Hogan's heroes episode. She she had a good career, and she was friends with Robert F Kennedy his wife Ethel. She's very well. Connected. Us to host the Kennedys at their residences in BelAir in Palm Springs. And then she would spend time in the Kennedy residences in hickory hill in New York City, pretty incredible life this woman had built and guess what? She's maintained a very private profile since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven following her conviction for negligent homicide. Whoa connection with the death of her boyfriend. Former Olympic skier spider savage, did not see that coming. Yes. She was arrested long. Jay was for and charged with fatally shooting her boyfriend Olympic skier Vladimir spider savage in Aspen, Colorado at his Aspen, Colorado home. So this is cool because it ties to me in multiple ways. First Andy Williams hate that fucking song a second. I found out about this through my Dallas inlaws third. My dad was in have a home in Aspen of which I get to go to at least once a year. So I'm familiar with Aspen, Colorado, and I did not know this. This is extremely cool. Little Aspen folklore for you folkloric fucking happened. Anyway, she gets arrested and charged with this, by the way spider. The man's name was spider. You know, the titties you have to have to shoot a guy. Named spider. Rock-solid titties. That's that's the ones dude's name spider. Don't go down easy, anyway, any Williams publicly supported Caudine lingerie throughout the trial. He paid for her legal defense team probably with royalties. He made off that godawful Christmas song and even escorted or to and from the courthouse. He was totally supportive of her. And it turns out pretty much. Everyone knows that this chick did this murder, but I'll continue unwavering support for his ex wife Williams said she is the mother of my children, and we never stopped being friends. We just didn't want to be married anymore. It will. Yeah. Andy. I mean, everybody understands that. But also did she kill someone 'cause the murder part is pretty important? So the Aspen police made to procedural errors that aided long J's defense without warrants. They took a blood sample from her and confiscated her diary. According to prosecutors, the sample showed the presence of cocaine in her blood and her diary reportedly contradicted, her claim that her relationship with savage had not soured to further muddle, the prosecution's case the gun was mishandled by non-weapons experts as they were unable to cite any of the disallowed material. Prosecutors use the autopsy report to suggest that when savage was shot he was bent over facing away in at least six feet from lingerie which would be inconsistent with the position and roads distance of someone demonstrating the operation of a firearm. The jury convicted her of negligent homicide and sentenced her to pay a small fine and spend thirty days in jail. She shot the fucking guy and killed him. The judge allowed her to serve to choose the days to be served believing. This arrangement would allow her more time with your children. She. She says she gets choose to serve most of her sentence on the weekends. Which is something that you can still do this to this day in some cases, by the way. It's really interesting you go to jail for the weekend. You get out of jail you go out your week. And then you go back to Joe the next week, and it's very strange. Anyway, critical reaction to the verdict and sentencing was exasperated when she subsequently vacationed with her defense attorney Ronald de Austin who was married at the time. The woman is scandalous. Gotta love it this. She later married this motherfucker they still live in Aspen. I gotta find this woman. I gotta talk to her on record. After the criminal trial. When she got off basically, Scott free for murdering someone the savage family spiders, folks initiated civil proceedings in order to sue her. The case was eventually resolved that a court. I assume they got some money, but there's a provision that long. Jay, never discuss or write about the killing or the or the settlement. Okay. So maybe in exchange they were like look bitch. You can't talk about this ever you. We're not gonna see writing a book about killing our boy, none of that. No interviews nothing. That's part of it. You pay X amount of money. We're gonna chop some of that money out the top in exchange for you signing. This thing saying you'll never speak about it. But I'm good again. People to talk we have wisdom make you thought. And if I see you in Aspen Claudine, we go have a talk best believe that that was your stuff to Wikipedia when you're high next segment. Put some respect in his beard. Oh, I've wanted to have this conversation for the better part of twelve hours. And I'm so glad that it's finally happening. James harden last night against the Golden State Warriors doesn't matter when you're listening to this. I don't give a fuck January third twenty eighteen just type in James harden, January third twenty eighteen if you're listening like two years into the future and you'll see what I'm talking about. He put up one of the best individual basket, any any sport. Fuck that any sport performances I've ever seen in my life. It was Michael Jordan esque in. That's not an exaggeration. It was to me last night was the nail in the coffin. The end of the harden hate era. I will not tolerate anymore. I will simply point to this regular season game in which he handedly took down the greatest basketball team ever assembled with four starting all stars by his fucking self. This was like nothing I'd ever seen. I saw Tracy McGrady poor and thirteen points and thirty three seconds to beat the Spurs and the regular season game. And that's blown my mind for like ten. Years. This was more mind-blowing than that. It was a man putting the whole God the put the fucking team on his back. That's what he did. This is five straight games with forty plus points for harden five straight forty plus in this one forty four points, fifteen assists, ten rebounds, a triple double of forty fucking point. Triple double his second in a row might had one overtime win by the way, including one game winning shot over considered to be two of the best defenders in the NBA, Draymond green. And Klay Thompson in what will undoubtedly an undoubtedly be unless he goes on to win a ring at some point his career, which I am confident that he'll have at least another shot or two at perhaps even this season. If you can keep this level of play up. Fuck it will undoubtedly be the moment, they show when this man is inducted into the hall of fame one of the moments they show I will be that shot in a regular season game at oracle on the road. No, Chris, Paul, no, Eric Gordon than two and three scores on the rockets both out. Out injured in hardened goes absolute God mood to forty four fifteen in ten in one of the best wins. I've ever seen a rockets team. Have it made it a course it was what I'd say being real two hundred times sweeter than it would have been against any other team being against the warriors. Fuck the warriors so hard. Oh my God. You guys are so hateful. But you're also incredibly talented, which is nice for you. Good for you. This this game was no bullshit. It went from being like all right hardens having an incredible month. He was like Western Conference player of the month. And in December it went from okay? He's having an incredible month. The rockets are turning it around to holy shit. It's gonna take some amazing performances from other players or hardens gonna get 'em VP number two for real like he's going to get number two this season. Like back to back him VP's for real if nobody can step up and put on a better show than he has his past month in this isn't over. I we all like me. And my boys talking about the game last night before it took place. We were like, yeah. I got a bad feeling about this one hardens just been so hot. There's no way he can continue to like, surely they're just going to key in on him. We don't have C P three. We don't have G. What's going to happen? Nothing could have stopped this guy last night. It was nuts. He was on fucking fire was infla- go. They call them a flame thrower one point. It was insane. Go watch the highlights. One of the best performances. I've ever seen individual performance was in for all of you harden haters out there, it's over. No moss. The era is over. I don't wanna hear. I don't want to hear about the foul calls. I don't want to hear about the free throws. I don't want to hear about people. Don't give this man. The respect you deserve for whatever reason. Maybe because you've got a funny face. Maybe it's because you've got a little bit of a goofy personality. Maybe it's because he has a massive Santa Claus esque beard strapped to his fucking chin at all times. But the point is is if you don't respect his game, if you say is bad for basketball, you're fucking idiot and you need to fuck right off. I don't want any more hardened haters in the gang. Just get out. I'm done with. You people? This is stupid respect the dude. As one of the best players in the world point blank, easily top three. I don't think you can how could you? How could you argue otherwise at this point look at the resume. He's putting together. It's nuts. Put some respect and his beard next segment. Two thousand nineteen is the year of the what? So y'all know what what's what's good two thousand eighteen was the year of the robe? We had great success. We took the row back from perverts like Harvey Weinstein. And you know, I won't call Hugh, a pervert, but sexual he was a sexual man, you'd lots of wives and girlfriends anyway, we took the row back from pedophile perverts in sex offenders, and we took it back, and we made it the comfortable piece of everyday clothing that we can enjoy as a society the other part of that was that I always had this great robe that I never remembered to wear and I needed something to help me. Remember? So we made it the year of the robe. We went all in. We got I'd have to guess, I don't know was at least tens of thousands of people in on this involved in it wearing robes, sending pictures of the year, the robe, hashtag Ingwe TR. It was great success. We really brought the row back and just for the record that lifestyle trained does not fucking stop just because. Humans live, according to three hundred sixty five day calendar doesn't mean anybody can stop the year of the robe. It is now the decade of the robe. And we'll address the what happens next when the decade is up. Okay. But it's the decade of the rub if you're trying to think on oh, it's no longer the time of the robe. You're you're you're wrong. My friend the decade of the robe is now in year two. But we need two thousand nineteen we need to pick as gang. What we're going to focus on one of the things at least, you know, what it's going to be the year of the what I've had some suggestions. So far, I'm gonna give them to you. I'm not happy enough with any of these. So these are not what it's going to be. I how shoes are slippers nano too similar to the robe life to similar? I'm out on house shoes. Just going to say it. I just got some great ones who cares Ross. Just wear flip flops or wear. I wear Adidas slides 'cause I'm an athlete. I just got some of those two. That's what I were around the house. Yeah. Well, mine are soaked in the backyard, but I got some of those. I mean if. If your feet are cold wear socks, those those cabins the house 'cause then you look like trash those count is house shoes to me weren't slides. Okay. I'm just talking about like, the the Slater bid the little the little slip on that. You get that sort of moccasins with the the liner on the inside that don't let the wear out before January's over Mayes everybody in laws can be really upset with you. She bought me some nice hugs with the vice liner. And there saw she doesn't listen, but they're nice and soft and mean, I like him but different strokes for different, folks. Anyway to similar to the robe-like can't make it the year of the house shoes at the slipper is the slides nothing like that. We can't do that somebody suggested year of the collage. Now, this isn't going to be the u the gang puts on a collective forty five thousand pounds in loses half of its membership to ABI city, we can't just Hobie deep throat in collages through two thousand nineteen people. It can't be food thing God's. I'll just end up being collages every fucking day. Do you know what that's going to do to me? I lost forty five pounds since two thousand sixteen. I'm not going back in the Bronx direction that that's insane. So please not a food or at least not an unhealthy food, by the way collages. We will continue to talk about in clubs knocks clubs snicks, whatever all of all of those. We'll continue to talk about those forever. But it can't be the year of the Kaladze. Somebody said like what about like the year of the good deed? Is there a way we can make it about some positive like every month? You do every week or whatever it is. You do one good deed in documented and send it in or something. I don't know. My point is I don't know yet. I haven't made this decision, and I'm not gonna make it until I'm a hundred percent sure we have the right choice. And we don't have that choice yet. I don't want to end up in a situation where it's like fucking March in deciding what to dozen nineteen is the year of. So I want to get it done this weekend. And I need you guys in the gang to tweet at me at W R bowl and just tweeted my personal account is the easiest one for me to keep track of your suggestion. You can send me emails or whatever you want to Snapchat, Instagram, the, but the place, I know L see it is on Twitter at at W R bolan tweet at me, you ideas, for what two thousand nine hundred could be the year of. And maybe we will together brainstorm, southern that's fantastic. And hopefully by the beginning of next week. I will have that announcement for you that two thousand nineteen is the year of the blank, and we will all go ape shit and begin or new revolution. Let's go next segment. Japanese waistline, limitations. I'm on Twitter. The other day. I see this incredible story from the New York Times. Here's the headline Japan seeking trim wastes measures millions, and I was like what the fuck it was like an onion article headline almost, but it was on the New York Times. So I go on I start reading the article starts like this Japan a country, not known for its overweight people as undertaking one of the most ambitious campaigns ever by a nation to slim down at citizenry summoned by the city of a Maga sake. One recent morning Minoru, no Jiri forty five years old a flower shop owner found himself lining up to his waist line measured with no visible punch. He seemed to run little risk of being classified as overweight or meta. Bo the preferred word in Japan, these years, that's what they call fat people met abo-, isn't that funny like metabolism at abo-, but because the new state prescribed limit for mayo waistlines is a strict. Thirty three point five inches. He had anxiously measured himself at home a couple of days earlier, I'm on the border. He said under a national law that came into effect two months ago companies and local governments must now measure the waistlines of Japanese people between the ages of forty and seventy four as part of their annual checkups that represents more than fifty six million waistlines or about forty four percent of the entire Japanese population. These those exceeding government limits which again thirty three point five inches. The limit from thirty five point four inches for women which are identical to threshold established in two thousand five for Japan by the international diabetes federation as an easy guideline for identifying health risks and having a weight related ailment will be given dieting guidance if after three months, they do not lose weight. So you're gonna start not only being tracked by your waist size. But they're going to be giving you dieting guidance to try to help you get your fat ass back in shape. If necessary these peop-. Will be steered in the important thing. They're kind of leading by the state, they'll be steered toward further re education after six more months. I don't know about you. But if I live in Japan, and the thing that happens if I don't lose weight after a few months is that I get quote steered toward further re education in quote, I'm dropping those pounds. I don't give a fuck of tuten meth to drop that weight, I'm not getting quote further re education in quote, I don't wanna find out. No it in under no circumstances. Do you want to reach the further education point reeducation point of of your life ever that sounds like a like, that's that's how you end up in a prison camp or some kind of torture situation or just some type of bad illegal shit. I don't want anything to do with it. So to reach its goals of shrinking the overweight population by ten percent over the next four years and twenty five percent over the next seven years. The government will impose financial penalties on companies. And on local governments that fail to meet specific targets. So now companies and local governments are being held responsible for the waistlines of their citizenry, and employee's Edis, amazes me, can you fucking imagine. If we tried to do this in America fat people would lose their goddamn minds. We everyone would be so triggered. This would be the thing that started the second civil war in. It'd be a meta bows against normies. Which in honestly, I'm if that happens, I'm hitting fucking canes for three meals a day for about three weeks in rejoining. The meta Bowes, I'm not trying to roll with the normies fuck that we don't have anywhere near enough weight to win that battle. They're trying to keep spread of diseases like diabetes and strokes in check our at. So they have the right idea the ministry of health in Japan. They're they're trying to help these people get have long of fulfilling lives, I guess would be their argument. They they also say that curbing widening waistlines will reign in a rapidly ageing societies ballooning healthcare costs sneaked. At in at the end. There's having to spend too much of the tax money on healthcare costs one of the most serious and politically delicate problems facing Japan today, this healthcare costs issue that they're trying. Apparently, this is a big part of that that they're trying to solve most Japanese are covered under public health care or through their work anger over a plan that would make those seventy five and older pay for more healthcare brought a parliamentary censure mo- censor motion Wednesday against prime minister. Yes, Suo Fukuda the first against a prime minister in the country's post-war history. So people are obviously upset about this. It's going to be. Very public thing that plays out in the news. I'm not sure if there've been update since I found this article, I'm sure there have been but a pretty incredible funny. Fucking story from the New York Times that actually looks like dates back to June. I thought it was January. But regardless it doesn't matter. I'm sure there have been updates to this. But one of ridiculous thing they attempted to do. Now, I have to go find the updates and see what they are. Nixed segment. We're just about a week into two thousand nineteen and lots of dudes of already blown it on their New Year's resolutions. Which is set why in port because he resolutions would probably stupid. No, dude. You're not going to start working out six hours a day. Just 'cause twenty eighteen is over. That's not it's not how it works. But there are some good resolutions around taking better care yourself. You can stick to you wanna good one where sunscreen on your face every single day. And if you want that to be a good time where Fulton in rooks. New daily moisturizer with SPF eighteen I have this. It is fantastic. It smells good. It works. Great. And I am one of these people that was not aware of the fact that especially if you're a white dude who's pasty, you should probably be wearing sunscreen. If you live in in a city or a state where there's a lot of sunshine and heat, otherwise you face ages more quickly. It's not protected. The sun is dangerous. 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You get fifteen percent off get yourself, some of that sunscreen, do it. Next segment hotline calls are hotline numbers. Eight eight eight WR bowling you can call anytime of the week any hour of the day any day of the year. And it's. Open for you. It's a voicemail if you mess up just hang up and call back. You can ask a question leave a segment suggestion? Give us some constructive criticism. Sing as a song, just talk it out. If you just needed to talk something out. I don't really give a fuck hotlines there for you. It's your hotline eight eight eight WR bolan I've picked out several calls to play today. Here's the first one. My Dave from Charlotte. AM listening to the Cranston episode. You're talking about that low point in your life watching Brokeback mountain sleep on your dad's for where you go to jail and a couple of weeks and one thing you didn't mention there's like what the fuck one. Why does your dad have only DVD and only spend his money on books and have Brokeback mountain as -partment in recently, divorced in to what the fuck are you doing watching it before you went to jail getting prepared grow like on man? I love you guys shit. Just shut me on I gang gang gang. Okay. That's a fair question. Probably probably need a little clarification. The this was a period where like my mom and my dad were freshly divorced or I don't know if they legally had yet. So my dad was just like living the fuck it bachelor life and was in this garage apartment. He he didn't you know, he hit a red box or something. It was like my dad is an artsy type of dude. He's very much like me. He's like a creative. But also somehow ended up with a career in math, which I don't know how to do math. He's very good at math. He can't spell for fuck, and I can spill incredibly well. So we balance each other out anyway point being, you know, my dad's not like some type of judgmental, homophobic, or anything like that. At all. He's he's totally down with watching Brokeback mountain. He hadn't seen it. So we rented it, and it just so happened that was the only fucking movie in the apartment in. Honestly, it wasn't so much about like I wanna see Brokeback mountain as it was about. Like, I need to watch something to take my mind off the fact that on my life is in shambles. And I'm sleeping on a floor. A mattress on a ground in a in a one bedroom apartment in Montrose with my grown, man. Father in the only movie available to me is Brokeback mountain. I needed to take my mind off what was going on. Around me, dude. It was supposed to be a very good movie. And frankly, I've never been a homophobe. None of that shit bothered me. It really didn't like it was a little weird seen it on screen for the first time because that was the first like hardcore like homosexual love movie we've had. And so yeah, of course, it was a little uncomfortable for me the first time, but I never really that stuff. Never bothered me. I have a gay aunt. I've always had. I'm just I've just never people usually have a hatred towards or fear of things that they don't understand. I've never it. Never was confusing to me like I've just I just get it. I don't know how to explain it. But I do a good movie to like it is legitimately good movie. It's the acting between those two is fucking incredible Joan hall in the late great heath ledger, both crush it. Even as gay Cowboys, which neither one of them more in real life. Great great acting and just a cool story man about how living closeted homosexual. Life was brutal for for so many people for so long, man. Like, that's like a that movie. When it came out was like based in the present. I think in Montana or whatever it was see it's questionable. I was watching Brokeback right before going to county jail. Smart. Probably not. But it also didn't wasn't like oh, God, I'm going to get raped. Like, I I I didn't think that was ever gonna do candidate cops in Harris County don't fuck around much like you could get your ass beat. But you're not gonna get raped, dude. They'll come in and beat down both you and whoever is attempting to rape you. They don't really care. There's like, it's a indifferent. At that point who's the attacker in the attack. Everybody's getting clubbed until you both unconscious. They don't give a fuck. But I wasn't so much worried about that. But anyway, it was a good question. It was a good call. I appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me to clarify a little bit next. Call. Hey Ross, Mike. This is Alex from Rhode Island. So I'm listening to episode. What's my age? Again. I wanted to get be back some kids talking about trash or not trash picking up dog poop. So one time. I was walking my my buddies new husky and we lived right near a main street. So I'm walking down a main street, you know, trying to look cool and whatnot. And the dog takes a big steaming diarrhea shit right in front of a restaurant. I didn't know what to do. So I turn. I saw found the biggest hill, and we looked it up the hill. And I never spoke about it. Again. I I actually really liked dining at this restaurant but wanted to get your take on this. Do you clean up diarrhea if your dog shits in front of a restaurant? Thanks ross. Mike, you guys doing a great job gang gang gang, laid up, man. Man. That's the difficult. One. Look you're walking the dog the dog squats the dog diarrheas dog diarrhea all dog owners. No, this is not really, cleanable. I mean, it's in the grass, and yeah, you like grasp at it with your hand in a plastic bag or doggie bag or whatever. But you're not getting much of that off the grass, it's the man made the right choice. I don't know why he had to find the biggest hill. How many hills were there to pick from then then you took off towards the biggest deal? I get it. You're trying to get out of sight. But it's just funny. The way you described it like the way it played out in my mind is so goddamn funny. You sprint? Sprinting away in fear that like what was somebody going to stand up from the table in the restaurant come out and chastise, you that'd be fucking hilarious. You should have allowed that to happen. I think he made the right choice here. It's not trash to me. You there was nothing. You could have done you got delta shit hand in that moment, and literally, and you you had to bail you had to I think he made the right choice. Now, I do. I wanna I wanna talk about do you even attempt to clean up dog diarrhea ever period. In the answer is only if it's in your house, if I'm dead serious because in your backyard, it's not even worth it just leave. It don't step in it. It'll dry and it'll become one with the soil. It's not with the dog diarrhea is too gross. It's too smelly. It's too difficult to clean, especially if it's in the grass, especially if it's in front of a crowded restaurant just bounce bounce. Find a hill run over it next. Call. Hey, this is an from Houston, and I'm a few days behind, but I just listen to the second trash trash game shower will Brazil actually do the whole ad campaign saying that you should be in the shower because it wastes a lot less water than flushing and especially for females who have to use toilet paper. It was less toilet paper to. That's why I think it's completely not trash as long as you are like you said standing in two inches of water. Yeah. That's all ganging gang. Yeah. I'll be real. I don't I don't really wanna talk about or think about chicks just pissing in the shower. But I also don't care. I mean, I'm with you like. You you're saving water to as long as you're the only one in the shower and as long as you do a good enough job of washing. It all out be mindful of the people who also use that shower. But I think I it just. There's a lot of arguments for being okay way, more than they are being not okay, in my opinion. So I'm with you. I stand sti- stand firmly with you shower peers, I think y'all are cool. I'm one of you sometimes Tae don't freak out. I just pure right down the drain. It's not a big deal. Nobody needs to know. But yeah. Next call Ross, Michael what's up? It's a Tanner from Knoxville listen, I just wanted to. I just got fucking twenty minutes ago. I just got slammed into by drunk driver. And I just I just wanted to be known that it's fucking trash as move. Okay. I got no fucking car now because some asshole decided to go out and fucking. You know, do whatever he does and fucking come home and thought he's having fun. But no, no he fucking took my car away fucked my leg up, and then that's part of it. All son of bitch runs here. Either way. Okay. Anyways. Anyways, that's fresh on my brain just wanted to get it off their longtime listener, first-time, caller, gang gang gang things will shit, dude. At least, you're okay. I'm sorry, that sucks, that's horrible. But I'm happy that you're at least alive and and sounds like, well, even though maybe a little shook. Yeah. No, look this. This should go without saying at this point. But we'll keep saying it until it no longer happens. If you drink and drive in two thousand and nineteen now, you're a fucking piece. Ooh. Berber with your ass. U-b-e-r put it on get a credit card just for Uber. If you have to there is no earthly reason, you should be drinking and driving in this day and age there isn't. Either get an Uber. If for some reason, let's say the Uber app is down us one of the fifty other ride sharing things available you or find a fucking hotel room in walk to it anything but driving drunk this guy that hit him. Hopefully, you didn't hit anybody else. He's lucky. Shitty. Didn't kill anybody. This is how you lose your life. You guys understand? This the consequence for this can be losing your life, and and not only your own ruining others as well on. If you kill someone drunk driving. You think it's just them. You kill no that shit's for their family for their loved ones for everyone loved them and cared about your ruining people's lives with a stupid selfish act that is completely unnecessary because we solved this fucking problem. Already. Uber or lift or whatever I don't care just use one of them. There's like ten of them. Get a fucking scooter run yourself into a brick wall with the scooter, you're doing all favor do that. Rather than drunk driving? You horse's ass. No more drunk driving. I'm an asshole I have gotten to DWI I could have easily hurt somebody when I did. And I didn't I got lucky and nobody else needs to get lucky because some people get very unlucky. And it's very hard to recover from don't drink and drive. It's not worth it. It's not even close so stupid. Literally one of the dumbest things you could do in the world. Don't fucking do it next. Call. Hey Ross and mica is tireless from Houston, Texas, the booking greatest city on the win would probably be one that I was listening to might have been Granddad steaming park yesterday. And Mike mentioned that some some listeners from the freeze all motor functions podcasts the Westworld podcast. I actually don't like, Mike. I don't enjoy Mike. Good. And I had to say that Mike. I actually very liberal person is an amazing voices. Well, we talked about the F the mar- thing with his voice. You know, mazing voice. Sounds like a great guy on why you hang out with Ross in Mike, especially my you know, you too. But yeah, wasn't podcasts. Keep it going guys. In game. And that one was all the mic haters out there. Hi haters. What's good? I appreciate that. Call for real mica is a what would you? What would you describe your personality as divisive? No. That's not right. What's the word for when something's extremely likeable? And extremely hateful. You know, what I'm trying to sell the rising polarizing road for would you say, you have a polarizing personality, I have a polarizing persona persona. Okay. Yes. How's that different on these podcasts? People hate me in real life. No. I don't think people hate you in podcast life. I think that's part of the fun. It's okay. Haters. Let love the haters. I thrive off the heater. They feel you the fuel me. They should. I'm like Tyrone Matthew mom about the haters. I've everyone's we've picked him up. I fought him on Twitter. That's all he does tweeted the haters and talk about haters, and now he's going to let all the haters. No, there's a great Washington Post story out yesterday. About Tyrone Matthew though sheets. It's on my new list, which is not quite good enough for the show reads of the day. But there he good reads. And by the way, encourage you check that out looking into away to get you guys more content. That's not spoken word in some of those reads will be included the ones Mike doesn't deem quite worthy for the show. But good enough to be read. We will be sharing with you via newsletter. And that's all say about that right now. Anyway, thank you for the kind words and to the listeners of freeze on motor functions. Who hate me? You know, I'm right? I'm just gonna leave it at that. You do know. Don't don't leave it at that. Right there. We're not going to rehash this talking about it. But he's joking. I stand by my statement, and we'd leave it right there. Next. Call. What's up guys his little like possible immense? I don't even know it's a class. Lot says on episode one twenty five that just came out the whole bird box like Mike. You didn't see any advertisements that you saw. The means. There is a rumor going on through like read it and other forms that net. Flicks. Made a bunch of states accounts to put out very bucks means and hashtag bird bucks to gain publicity for this movie. And that was their whole marketing strategy for this movie. And so if you looked on Twitter accounts, there was tweets that blew up with hashtag bird box, and that meet and they had one follow it. And they just that was their only tweet. So there was this weird thing going on around Twitter as well. And Netflix is only marketing before very bucks was actually to put out fake tweets at. Advertise like that which I respect the fucking how out of the Czech good fucking comb. My man. Yeah. So I mean, I touched on this briefly that I had a feeling that perhaps Netflix actually executed incredible viral marketing campaign instead of using any money on like traditional marketing like, you know, commercials and shit or maybe they use some on that. I'm sure they did. But not as much dude they dominated the mean game for like a week and a half before the fucking movie was even available and now it's even stronger than it was then it's a great column on the ringer. They always have great columns on the ring or the ring you're used to support the ringer. If you if you love editorial online. The explains a lot. It is called the Byrd box effect. How memes drove users to net flix, and there's all kinds of different Netflix marketing taps into another mem- with bird box challenge. Warning. It's almost the same as like your icing was Smirnoff ice obvious. Sure. I was always of the opinion that some genius at Smirnoff in their marketing department came up with that in that it was an internal viral marketing campaign that greatest of all time. I don't think that ended up being the case, I think that genuinely just did come up naturally, and they just got super lucky that probably boosted their sales like one thousand percent for five years, but this is similar to that for me. And it's like if you can come up with ways to market your product without having to spend a bunch of money or do the typical most boring marketing the normal routes that everybody else takes you're gonna win. You're gonna win big. Even if the movie ends up not being you know, the best thing ever which. This definitely didn't the fucking again the premises that you have to wear a blindfold. That's it. Spoiler alert. It's not a spoiler. If you've been on the internet in the past week and a half I'm impressed by net flicks on a regular basis. Now, I think that they are great for the entertainment industry for people like me who were are in creators who even eat like look at it this way this show this show is getting big, right? We've we've gotten a lot bigger over over a first year. We grew a lot. We have a lot of listeners in. It's awesome. There's no reason that inevitably at some point. We couldn't have the Rose Bowl in podcast as a Netflix thing. There's no reason that couldn't happen at some point. They have created a platform where they can do anything. They want from the massive bust, but creative bust of Vander snatch to stuff like bird blocks to the thousand shows they have they've do normally Donald show if they'll put normally Donald on the Shirley that they'd be okay. With me, I love norm. And you know, I do I talk about them all the time. But he's one of the weirdest people that ever walked the face of the earth. And I just think Netflix is good for good for entertainment. I do as both consumer and a and creator I do so good on them cool story about their their marketing efforts last and final call comes. They did it they deserve credit for sure. Nobody should be mad. No. If that's if that's how they managed to do it. Congrats. Oh, yeah. I've been done before. This isn't a thing to be mad about it's a thing to be off. Because it's right. I've never seen it done. But not to that scale at least holy hill. I mean, they broke their own records with this thing with bird box. Craig crazy crazy views on some of these viral marketing videos, they put up anyway last and final call here. This. Hey, it's dog. I'm a huge fan of the podcast. And I want to leave a trash not trash, drew. Okay. Is it trash to be winning in monopoly by like literally everything like having stats of hundreds and then just by and hotels to show off and giving away money to other people just to show up like, I think pretty trash. I don't know. Let me get your opinion. Hold on. I'm sorry. We have to start. By not answering. You did you say your name is dog? Did I hear that right dog? Put play the first vice again, hey, it's dog. She said, hey, it's does Don maybe it sounded like dog. No, no, no offense. If your name is dog, or maybe that's what people call you. I don't know. It's just be a weird name for a human to have dog. Be like if I named my dog human being very strained. Anyway, to answer your question is it a trash move, which he's asking is basically, look if you're dominate if the if there's a person you're playing monopoly, let's say you got four of you in one of the four is crushing and clearly has all the power and money at this point. And it's just buying the rest of the game is just them buying hotel after hotel after hotel after until until they raped the rest of you out of business and they win right? So is that a trash move is what she's asking to be the person who's just like stocking up on hotels and watching everyone bleed out. No that's the game. That's capitalism. That's the fucking point. And in monopoly. The goal is to do it as quickly as possible. It's a trash move. If you draw it out into the game. Once you've got to the point where one of you has the majority of the money and is doing the whole buying out hotels and fucking everybody thing into this quick. As possible. I know it comes down to the dice. But the more hotels you buy the more quickly the game Lind and everybody can go their separate ways while you can start over and give those a simpleton that you just pounded a simple chance to try again, it I love I'm huge monopoly dude for the record. Like, I always used to play monopoly when I was a little kid, and then it became a family tradition. Every time my dad's side of the family. My my, grandma and grandpa would take our entire dad's side of the family, his two brothers, their wives their kids, my cousins, we would all go to the Cayman Islands for a week every three years, and it was the best time of my life. Every single time. It's my one of my favorite places on earth bar. None. I love seven mile beach. Those of the Gaillon is resort. We always stayed at the condo. We always stayed in right between the Ritz and the slipping my mind man, I was doing so good that I hadn't forgotten like a single thing yet. Fuck me the Westin. I did it still haven't forgotten to single thing yet today. Anyway, I love it out there. Michael. What does this have to do with anything? I have no idea. What was the call about from dog? Monopoly. Oh monopoly. Try crash. Sometimes these tangents that I go on a really hard to keep up with when we would go to the Caymans. We would always have for those of you for millions with the Caribbean Bahamas. There's usually rain storms during the day. At least once a day, you'll have like twenty thirty minutes, maybe an hour of showers and during those showers, we would always play monopoly and then sometimes at night too. And I vividly remember this one game. I was playing with my cousins probably the last time we went as a whole family out there before actually I think it was after my grandfather had passed away and. I was pissed drunk. I think I joined like thirty red stripes on the beach that day, and I'm playing monopoly against like a five year old a nine year old a fourteen year old the seventeen year old, and that's it. So I'm the oldest person I'm shit house. And I'm talking that trash and I'm dominating. And I just remember that was like the last big monopoly game. I had and I got in have you played monopoly with the the new things that have credit cards and stuff. I'm not even I didn't know that. I didn't know that. I didn't know this either until I was with my girlfriend's family, and they pulled out the monopoly, and it's everybody gets like their own credit card, and there's like an electric thing that you plug it into there's no actual cannot be money exchanged that is very interesting. I'm looking at a picture that. Wow. Okay. Yeah. Monopoly ultimate banking is looks like what's that version because you question about monopoly, though, isn't the strategy just to buy everything pretty much. Yeah. But the the. Better stuff you land on that. You can buy. The better off you're going to be term. So he goes, no matter where you land by pretty much, and then you hope that other people land where you you bought right? Yeah. I just love people that are like, I'm so good monopoly issue. You're just rolling down. You've just landed unit land on Baltic avenue you landed on park place, you're essentially saying I'm really good at rolling dice. Which is I guess, which I guess what was your favorite piece to play as mica? Were you like like the car? The added car was dope. I was always a big fan of the thimble for some reason a hat. They would like hot hat. Yes. A little dog a little ship an iron, which was sexist and clearly meant to be used by woman, and I'm just getting and I was loved the the pieces that they had. But yeah, I was I was a a thimble guy. And I think it was because I loved Peter Pan so much, and you know, that's what they call it like a kiss anyway of completely derailed. Was that the last call did we answer the questions? Sure it moving on last and final segment Mike is read of the day. Mica take it away, buddy. All right. This is from something called the outline which isn't something I've ever heard of. This is the publication. Yes. The publication. Okay. I'll just leave it at that the outline it's called demon underneath John DeLorean and the invention of the future. The sub-headline is long before Elon Musk. A visionary automaker showed how the ugly how ugly the American dream could be whoa. The graphics at the top of his tie. Yeah. There's a lot of cool stuff here. So demon underneath now. We'll say this may be the longest long read I've ever shared with you guys this. This is taken me weeks to read this was from December eleventh twenty eighteen I've had it open. And then I finally got to it a couple days ago, and it literally took me two or three days. Yeah. This is a this is a short novel. Like, I actually spent I'm training for a half marathon. And I had all you are. Yes. Perhaps you've heard I had a four and a half mile run the other day, and my girlfriend's like, what are you going to watch? She likes to. Watch movies on net shows on Netflix while she's on the treadmill. Oh nice. And I was like I'm not going to watch anything. I'm going to read you a treadmill guy. I'd like the elliptical. I mean when the weather's nice it's better to run outside. But the weather's been terrible here. That's true. It has anyway, so four and a half miles. So that's I run pretty slow. But it was like forty five minutes, and I did not get through the whole thing. I got from like chapter to chapter four. Good god. Yeah. Okay. So multiday multiday project. Okay. So here's what I know. And I'll just I'll all begin by stating my ignorance, I'm very unfamiliar with the idea of the DeLorean the vehicle from. Back to the future back to the future. That's pretty much. All I knew about it. Right. Do you know anything about John DeLorean or the DeLorean enjoy the only thing I knew about the DeLorean was that it obviously was in back to the future. That's where it got its fame that it was I believe in the eighties. And it was discontinued pretty quickly that it was a horrible automobile. That's all I know. Yeah. When it's coveted collector's item. Now, I I don't know if that's true or not. But what you find out is that an I didn't realize this the back to the future movies were moves. I'd seen when I was child. But I didn't understand the context of the DeLorean had been they had stopped producing them three years before the first back to the future movie. Oh, wow. So the fact that this was seen like the DeLorean at the time when the movie was released was sort of like a joke. The fact that was DeLorean was a laugh out loud joke. That's that's and so became the symbol of eighties. Like. Like silliness. But at that's what it was at the time. But in retrospect, people look at it and think, oh that was back to the future car that was a spaceship. Like, I wonder what happened with that that that was a cool caller asleep because it had the doors that opened the butterfly doors. Yeah. Exactly. So that's basically what I knew. And then so that was an interesting thing and after reading this I understand let me also say I'm sure in and I couldn't find this. So I started googling because I was looking forward in a different location, a different computer and. Apparently, there are several are there is at least one John DeLorean bio pic in the works. Okay. Let me just start by saying as someone who knew nothing about this other than what we just said this has potential to be one of the greatest movies ever. This story of John DeLorean is like wolf of all street meets Elon Musk. That's the best way. I can describe it because it's got all the eighty stuff, and I would watch that movie immediately. And basically so chapter one is I really liked the way this is written Alex Papa Damus who I think road at grant land. Maybe a look back in the day fund. Find out what you can find on Papa Dima. I will. Anyway. Yep. He did. Well knew that name was. The if he writes the ringer or not. But I knew he was at grantline grantland guy. Anyway. The first chapter is about John delorean's life and in its written in. I've really enjoyed the way it was written because it's very sort of matter of fact, I'll just read the first couple of paragraphs you get the idea. In Zach delorean's little house on Detroit's near east side, they speak room Rumanian Romanian Zachary's from Buddha crest Zachary has away with machines, but his poor English holds and back. He starts ends his career on the factory floor Ford. He's a thorn at man when the payday drunk. He fights in bars and knocks his wife around. Her name is Catherine the Laurean their oldest son. John DeLorean is born January six nineteen twenty five because that's how you learned the John DeLorean was the thing. So it's like fact FANG divorce Zachary in the in the forties and John never sees him again when Zachary dies of throat cancer, nineteen sixty eight the Ford plant calls to ask John to come pick up. His father's toolbox. John lives with his mother until he marries Elizabeth Higgins in nineteen fifty four. She's a phone company receptionist. They never have children. So that's how like part of this growth. And there's something about it is really a I really like it just the the cadence. It's cool. So here's the story of John DeLorean. He. He gets a research and development job. Our leaves a job. I think he's goes goes to work for GM for General Motors. He's from Detroit his dad worked at Ford. He works his way up. He finds his his biggest claim to fame is he sneaks a giant engine a three hundred eighty nine cubicle v eight engine into a mid sized Pontiac tempest. Which he was not supposed to do the rule said you could not do this. And so he calls it the GTO. Which he names after he there's a company wide rule keping engine displacement and mid-size cars at three hundred and thirty cubic inches. So he throws a three eighty nine inch in there. And he likes sneaks pass GM's corporate thing and all the hiding it in two hundred ninety six dollar option package that he calls the GTO named after a limited line of limited edition, Ferraris grand. Juries mo- of algata he Christians at the GTO package before GM can catch on dealers have poured in and ordered five thousand of these. So now, he has single handedly put he and his team have put a GM in the muscle carpets that blows my mind. I the guy John Dorian also responsible for the Pontiac GTO. Right. Holy shit. And so he quickly rises up. Through the ranks at GM. And he including he figures out that the factors that might spur an old man to buy a young man's car. And he exploits them in fact in nineteen sixty GTO printed. Here's a potential buyers. Get it before you're too old to understand. Nice. So he he also he also loves cameras and reporters. Okay. And the the car magazines charismatic guy. Yes. Frame him as a gogo exempt dialed in with youth culture. He begins to remake himself to suit that image. He quit smoking. He drops a bunch of weight. He grows out a sideburns and start dying his hair jet black. Okay. Start showing up to the vision of the most conservative corporation in America dressed like he manages the Partridge family. Turtlenecks jewelry, tennis, shoes or Chelsea boots on weekends. He steps outs in shirts on button to his sternum. You get the idea. He's pimping he's they say he's the only person in General Motors with Snoopy poster hanging in his office. He's a survivor of the great depression who serve in the army during World War Two. But suddenly, he's the rebellious teenage son living under GM's roof. Disguise tight. So far it says in the although the term has yet to enter the pup lexicon. He may be having a midlife crisis and calling market research. At that point. He ends up getting a so he gets facial surge surgery at some point he claims he got in a car wreck. But nobody can find any evidence of this. He gets promoted to the head of Pontiac. He's the youngest man ever to head a division of GM reporters visited his home and lifestyle and his lifestyle rouse them. He lays it on thick. They take notes breathlessly document his way out taste. There's an amazing photo of shirtless. John DeLorean from nineteen Seventy-three doing barbell bench. Curls are barbell bench shirtless with a chain on jeans. It's amazing. John wanted to be a celeb-. Yeah. He's just weighed diff- he's working for the most conservative corporation, America. And he's driving to work listening to the Jefferson airplane, and he's got he shows off his art collection as drum-tight apps. Yeah. He's going for like the Burt Reynolds look. Yeah. Yeah. A reporter. He's Ryan a novel about nuclear war. Which is a great thing. The Papa dick is or whatever the guy's name does here is he plants this, and they talk about it throughout even after way down the line up puppet demons, I think, yeah. And I'm talking about how he's listening to music, it's the cheapest education, he can get and all this stuff. So these reporters just love this guy. And so the reporters this is this is sort of a weird thing he sort of on a cutting edge of this like. The sort of cutting edge hip entrepreneur, this is this is the thing world very familiar with now. Yeah, we know jobs Branson, Cubans Berg musk. Yes. But he was one of the ozzy's. This didn't happen. This wasn't a thing that existed there wasn't the cooling. Exact right. Okay. And so he sort like does this. If you're chested guy doing shirtless dumbbell bench press for the press. You're you're different. Right. And so this is this is an so it says the story of the rest of delorean's life will be a cautionary tale about mistaking swaggering entrepreneurs for Rockstars profits are kinks, the Detroit papers aren't as impressed. They think that he's crazy. And they they run a blind gossip album item talking about how he wants to look like the Pepsi generation so force. He says fuck fuck few Detroit. He goes out to California. Oh, which is. So as you can imagine the now you've got like sort of the that madman mid a mid run storyline where where the well. Buttoned will dressed, Don Draper. Just moves to California right rounded by hippies. Yeah. You've got sort of the same thing happening here to John Lauren. He gets divorced from his first wife in nineteen sixty eight. She shoes for cruelty. She keeps the house. He says fucking. I don't wanna live in Detroit. Anyway, he's in California as much as he can. He would they say that. Here's a great quote. John would descend from the steps of the GM corporate plane with his sunglasses on and his coat over one arm. Ready to party is an accurate description. Hell, yeah. John takes out a series of actresses including Candice Bergen and Nancy Sinatra John makes the scene. Okay. He's he's going to these members only nightclubs in Beverly Hills where you might seem with me affair Dickie smothers or a rhino Neil. Whoever. Those people are what the fuck is like some of the most famous people of the time, right? Some weeks he'll fly out to the coast on Thursday and comes back to Detroit on a Tuesday just long enough to check the mail and toss some junior exotic a tube of pink lipstick telling them Nancy Sinatra needs a Firebird that color and Nancy with the laughing face needs it in four days. Hell, yeah. That is. That's good. So then sixty nine another big jump taking over the head of Chevrolet in California. He saying that with Sammy Davis junior Johnny Carson who's in the fucking backpack. Now he rolls around with play. Boy, entrepreneurs racecar drivers TV producers guys who made their first millions and slip the corporate yoke their whole conception of money is different. John can throw GM's may around. But at the end of the day, it's GM's money. It might as well be currency with the ally of GM's chairman on it. Okay. Point realize is that he spent a lot he starts. Well, it's nothing. He's spinning he'd he doesn't get the joy of spinning GM's money because GM's looking down on it. Okay. Because the GM people just want to spend money on steaks and chops in the Detroit suburbs as it rights here. See starts to look around for other income. Streams new ways to leverage being the chairman of Chevrolet. He buys a piece of the San Diego. Chargers. He sits on a few startup company boards. This gets back to GM it rankles. The brass only one company is supposed to matter to a man from General Motors in nineteen sixty nine he marries, a California girl of the Brentwood. Harman's Kelly Harmon is her name. Her father is Tom Harmon, a college football legend starves zoned bio, pic, war hero, and a sportscaster we shit. She's twenty he's forty four fucking Gary at the Bel Air country club. Let's go Hollywood's. Biggest names Ricky Nelson who's actually married to kill his sister. Chris is there why Nangle Cup? Cocktail hour. Okay. So he's he's now living this guy is really limit. The New York Times describes the Laurean as a seven handicap golfer and tennis enthusiasts who wear sideburns big moon. Sunglasses and shocks his conservative colleagues by frequently driving a nineteen thousand dollars Maserati instead of some GM product. Okay. As of like this moment, I don't know how the rest of the story is gonna go. But as of right now, this is one of the coolest people I've ever heard act one is awesome. Yes. I mean, if you just think about the images take both Wall Street, and this is instead of him fucking people out of their money. Well, instead of you know, the capital coming up getting married to a nice girl. And then losing leaving her once he gets his first taste of money. A nice. Oh, yes. She was a nice. This is the same story basic. Okay. You just if you're thinking about it as a movie. Yeah. Okay. Think about eighty imagery fast car. Oh, yeah. California. This is great. And that New York Times just he may have taken a wife who can match zest for life. She says. I like riding skiing water skiing music, swimming, poetry parties and dogs. I like all those things. Yeah. It's it's dope. So he starts going up to cook too. They separate two years later. But I just thought that was just great. He made a twenty year old what the fuck was going to happen. He's gonna get a divorce. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway. So this is sort of now he ends up. This is great to later in here. Here's more will vol street. Sorry. This can be a long rate. Oh, no good. John tells a friend that after separation his Hollywood friends treat him to a weakened in Malibu with three prostitutes who California who's California girl looks resembled his ex ex-wife's with the foot dude, he said, it was classiest thing anyone had ever done for him. That was his phrase. That's why you're supposed to keep that between you and your boom. Let me read this quote, again, he said, it was the classiest thing anyone had ever done for him that was his phrase classy, and it Societa says, and he said, it could have only happened out there in California, and no one in Detroit would have had enough class to pull off something like that. I don't know what he thinks definition of classes, but under no circumstances does that fall under classy or class. This is more like sleazy or slimy or scummy and really it's something he should've kept to himself. Like, why are you telling everybody that you and your boys that you've got great friends? You know, they bought me a few prostitute. What's that? Look just like my ex wife. I went to town on these women. It was a client's class class class. Now. Now, it's nineteen seventy seventy-two. John Laurien is forty eight. He sees a picture of a girl in vote who's twenty two and cuts her picture out of the magazine saves in his briefcase. It's a five page spread to briefcase. Yeah. Is not porn is it Brown? Five months later DeLorean meets with some friends for cocktails at the Beller country club. Hell, you delorean's friend. Roger Penske, the guy who owns all of Pinski Motors announce this he's taking Cristina Ferrare out. That's the woman's name. Delorean's divorce? Attorney sees him perk up at the mention of her name. It turns out his divorce. Attorney is also heard of attorney they hook up and now they meet so now he's got a new hot wife. I don't know if they get married or not. Hot woman. He says that he has plans to spend the holiday scheme in Vale with the different woman be breaks them to be with Farrar who. So I had no qualms about it. I wanted Christina for Christmas baller moves at some point shy. While he's at Chevy GM investigates in particular kicks kickbacks from parts suppliers where the investigation leaks, but GM takes no ish. No official action. Any eventually gets promote again in nineteen seventy-two. He's now group executive in charge of GM's, North American car and truck division. Just killing it. Yeah. The guys just killing it, basically. So he doesn't like this though, he has he has an office on the fourteenth floor in General Motors in Detroit, and it's like secure because they're afraid like a disgruntled factory workers come kill somebody or perhaps somebody from you know. He doesn't like it at all price. Scared that one of the people it says radical leftist show up and irate customer or a four long blue are furlong blue-collar worker. Okay. So he doesn't like being in this prison. He's a Kelly, bro. You know at this point. He thinks these people were poor trash all of the other people around him don't like him either. Because he he makes a point of saying that he doesn't care about being at Detroit. Cocktail parties aren't exciting for him. Let's not he's a snooty again. He's uppity. He county guy now. Yeah. So then he anyway, long kind of move forward a little bit. Okay. Eventually he he gets out of GM. General Motors announces his resignation nineteen Seventy-three and has never offered further. Comment on the end of his tenure at the company, they treat it like. He's retiring they pay out his bonuses. They installments the head of an auto industry back nonprofit, the National Alliance of businessmen and give him keys to a Cadillac dealership in lighthouse point Florida, right between Boca Raton and pump. Oh beach three weeks later, he marries this other girl in France in LA. So now he's out in nineteen Seventy-three, and he's got big money and. Now, you look at the guy, and you think and because GM doesn't say anything this is an interesting thing that I enjoyed. He walks away from the company with full control of his narrative. He's now and the press loves him. And he loves the press. He's nailed the man who fired General Motors instead of general Myers for firing him think about that. But smart more boss move hits the lecture circuit, he writes, an op-ed he leans into the role of car business. Apus a puzzle. He scores points off their old colleagues, and they're sobering. Refusal to to forsake the grotesque monsters of the sixties and seventies the OPEC embargo hits and gas prices go through the roof. So the number of Americans who want a big car is dying. It's actually a good time to be out there saying things like the things. John DeLorean insane. On the record. He denies. He's going to start a company right up until the day starts one GM Yanks, the bonus the minute he publicly confirmed the rumor. Well, yeah. Yeah. So that goes, so basically, he's got a lot of time on saying it's got a lot of money, and he's seen as a genius. Okay. And as a car genius. So. He he starts going out on his own. What he starts doing is he flirts with Canada Spain, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Detroit. Alabama governor George Wallace. Infamous supposedly calls him more than once in the middle of the night to beg him to come build cars there. But it's all hype. He has no plans. Right. Right. Okay. So that's a very comparable. A lot of people think Eli is you know, already. Get to a lot of that. Okay. In one thousand nine hundred eighty signs a preliminary moment with the United States Department of commerce and the government of Puerto Rico to build a factory on a former air force base. There. Rico is still basking in good news when he announces in seventy eight he's gotten a better offer from the British government. And he'll now build his factory in Northern Ireland on seventy two acres of muddy cow pasture. It sounds just outside Belfast. The site is actually a no-man's-land separating two housing estates populated mostly one populated by Catholics and driven out of central Belfast by sectarian, violence and see more hill, which is largely Protestant. So it's not a great time to be there. His benefactor, basically, the British Secretary of state for Northern Ireland writes about basically, just writes them a check. And and of course, DeLorean with his cares. Mark carriers are characteristic modesty tells them associate quote, I'm starting to think the gods. Struck me here to be a part of the solution to the Christ. In Northern Ireland. He he didn't think very highly of himself vide-. Yes. He he certainly did things are happening all around him. Okay. So then he they figure out that the that's. There's a there's a tree in the middle of of the pasture where there were certain to build this thing and the Irish men workman. There are convinced. It's a fairy tree, and they won't touch it. And we'll of course. Yes. So to the train diet had mystical qualities according to legend, if a person cut down a ferry tree he would soon Lynn lose a limb in retaliation and so- bulldozers like just would avoid Ryan over it. And then one morning the workmen show up in the trees gone someone pulled it down overnight. And it says, quote, it's a bad side. It's a dark day. You have wrecked. Everything we're building this ferry. Tree will see to that. Okay. That is the end of chapter one of this story the foot it ends with a ferry trio, man. It's a bad side. The part two starts with a quote from Elon Musk car biz is hell, okay. So then we go through I'm not going to spend as much time on the rest of this a promise. But it it ends up. There's a lot of things are happening here. They finally the people show up when workers show up there. They think that they've basically what DeLorean has done is. He is found two elements of other cars, and stolen them. Like, this is like big baller brand shit. Like, the DeLorean car is not an original idea in any way. Okay. Also talks about how it's going to revolutionize cars. And how it's a forget what the term that he uses here. But basically that it's going to have better fuel mileage that's going to be the most responsible car. You can have it's gonna be the safest car. None of those things are true. It's going to be affordable. It turns out to be turned into a luxury because they can't actually run. This it talks John DeLorean goes through how he's got amazingly. Of course, there's Donald Trump connection because it's the eighties. Delorean moves his company to Detroit they settle in twenty personally he moves into a twenty room Fifth Avenue. Duplex. The absurd. New York observer calls it the most pedigree building on the snobby street in the country's most real estate obsessed city past and present tenants include Charles Schwab, ever heard of him. I've heard of him Elizabeth Arden and Rupert Murdoch. Some of the most powerful people in the world. So he his portfolio. I'm sorry. We're we're getting there his portfolio in one thousand nine hundred one gets bigger when he buys. He pays three point five million dollars for a farm a four hundred thirty acre spread in the rolling hills of bed. Miss bed minister, New Jersey, which would later become. Trump golf course. I got it's actually where Jared Kushner Maradi Vonk Trump that is so weird done rings here. Just was owned by John DeLorean one yet. So things are things are really happening here, and he's living this older say he's living dairy lavishing lavishly. But eventually the people who are paying the Bill Margaret Thatcher's conservative government in the UK catch on to this. And they start things. Don't look good for him. He. The the NF selling a few cars, not too many. But if you they finally get him out in one thousand nine hundred things are looking bad nineteen Eighty-one, they get out. They actually sell a few. It is essentially a a Lotus car that he stole in a stainless steel stainless steel shell and he stole the doors from another car that he saw once it is neither as groundbreaking Lee safe or as pacesetting Lee fuel-efficient as he promised it would be it's underpowered in handles poorly. It's kind of a hunk of junk at an auto show in Cleveland. A visitor is trapped inside Laurean for over an hour when the goal wing doors won't open. Oh, that's what you want. There's a design flaw in the electrical system that cripples battery life as the laureates pal. Johnny Carson discovers when his new DMC twelve breaks down shortly after he drives it off the lot. Oh, that's that's also not what you want. And because the time the cost of the company to build it. They have to price it like a luxury car retail balloon to twenty five K, which nineteen Eighty-one gets you most of the way to a decent Porsche. Okay. So hoping they don't clo- making it affordable. Yeah. Day or I'm none of these six they sell, but then also fast enough. And then here's the part that that we were the the narrative shifts. The course don't matter. Okay. They start out as an idea so DeLorean can raise money behind and then we'll become an asset. He can trade is the walls close in. That's all they ever are. No matter what present day cargo Colt might tell you. It's just an asset. It's just standard parts in a beautiful show. He's the the man who puts his name on the cars is the future and DeLorean figures this out he understands that in business in America is whatever you can get away with and he builds himself, a gilded life and friends bigger. And then he finds bigger and bigger suckers to pick up the tab. So he realizes that. He's clearly he has a junk product, but he has a name. He thought of as a genius. It's now he starts getting himself into trouble. He starts going on asking for shareholders, and the it's confusing. But eventually he's doing dishonest things people out him. And and the government starts to come down because the government's been paying for this ship. Eventually he thinks he's he's gotten out of it. And he ends up getting caught up in a cocaine trafficking ring, where it's one of these deals where you're into far, and you can't get out. Well, yeah. And so he tells some guy that he can turn if he's got four million dollars. Hopefully, some guy could turn into forty. He never says cocaine, but the feds pick him up as okay long. You say two million to invest and he asked if Hoffman could help turn that money into forty or fifty million and DeLorean did not balk when Hoffman told him. He knew many ways that would quote would not be blessed by Baptists or the pope to make that happen. I like that. I like that. So now part three knee-deep and monkeys. He never refers to cocaine as cocaine just I do it as monkeys because apparently the guy he was dealing with us to transfer animals via private plane. Okay. So he gets knee-deep and monkeys. He'd probably call a monkey's over the phone to avoid being traced. That's that's exactly what he twenty. That's funny. It also goes back to the world that he grew up in at Ford where like Ford head hold vision when he was a child and his dad worked at Ford where Ford had people that would come not ransacked your your door and make sure that you weren't spending money on gambling and shit. For was Ryan a very bizarre peration back in the day. And so it gives you lines it points a pictures to wide DeLorean would wanna fucking kill these guys. Because they just killed him when he was child, and then GM the other big big dog pushed him out and. In. Anyway, he gets into this drug because he's trying to bail out himself. He it gets very complicated. But they're interesting about how he supposed to put one point eight million dollars towards the price of cocaine, but he doesn't do it. He gets like a Bank loan to do it. So he never actually puts up the money. Eventually he gets tried and he somehow gets off on all of the charges. But it's just a really amazing amazing story. I'll let you read it. So you get the feel for how this happens. He wrote an auto by there's autobiographies and then says so back to the back to the future thing. I'm sorry. This thing has gone in every direction. This is a real fucking rampage issue here in one thousand nine hundred dollars back to the future. The first film of the eventual trilogy a wild scientists modifies the DeLorean so can travel through time three years after the company's collapse in two years after delorean's drug trial. The mere mention of DeLorean is a laugh line, but the movies tremendous success soon over rights the cars infamy. The DeLorean comes to signify the eighties in the way, the pink Cadillac represents the theme restaurants of this. Fifties. Delorean himself is increasingly misremembered as visionary whose ideas the world wasn't ready for would crown in a three piece suit. He was just kind of a dick it when the movie comes out. He writes, a thank you letter to the screenwriters. Well, yes, the rest of his life in and out of court. Eventually his bed minister state is purchased by Connecticut-based golf course developing partnership in within two years, it sells Donald Trump and in two thousand two. The future president of the United States digs into what was once. John delorean's lawn with a gold painted shovel. It's just the back delory never stops. Never stops talking about Billy another car. He sits down what you cue in two thousand says he's building two new cars, and that it will incorporate aerospace technology and do zero to sixty in the three point two to three point five second range. It all sounds eerily. Similar to the promises. He wants me. His tone is breezy, reassuring mid western and like pilots. So this guy he's just figured it out. He's a player. This is funny. Here's a good quote mica when on August sixteenth nineteen Eighty-four after less than thirty hours of deliberation. The jury found DeLorean not guilty on the cocaine charges and Dory and shouted out praise. The Lord in court. Guy, which is just funny. And then this sort of puts the whole thing he was born in in this is this is your through line that your eventual film will right? I will write this screenplay. I'm prepared to Mike is in university in America that built things and lives long enough to see it become a country that invents terrific brands. He was the head of the curve all along for what it's worth which ends up being nothing, right? He doesn't live long enough to see. To see Ivana Ivanka and Jared Mary on his front lawn in his farm and fortunate in which is unfortunate. The whole thing is really amazing and. I even in death all read the last two paragraphs I approached the casket one attendee wrote, and it hit me that this whole operation was art directed by the man himself. He was there. Just a foot from me laid out dead in a black motorcycle jacket, blue jeans and a denim shirt. A pair of large thick rimmed ova sunglasses tucked into his jacket zipper necessary, even in death. He styled for a stylish getaway outside in the snow. Delorean owners have been lined up in their m d empty DMC. Twelve in front of the funeral home in pictures, the cars of the sun, the same gunmetal colors, the sky, that's wild. So this is a good one and one more time. The demon was this thing called it's so long. It takes me ten seconds, scroll up and find a demon underneath the demon underneath John Delury, Laurie in the new future. Some you rate. It you think about he on mosque and his line. His just blatant lies that that Ilan must tell all the time. And you you see lots of what's of similarities similiarities because they're the Laurie and also missed like a ton of deadlines and kept saying things we're going to be delivered. Never did see. Kinda just like I'm going to do whatever I want. Fuck all of y'all in the end, he ends up broken in legal problems. And and you know, that's the port yet that this is this is what you have to. Remember when conman take when you believe in conman, eventually they're gonna it doesn't fall apart. Conman never it never works out. Well, for the con-, I hope I don't I don't know enough about like, frankly, I just don't know enough about him to make a judgment on him one way or the other, but I hope for his in for our sake because he seems like a brilliant guy. Did he is more than this because the Laurie and at the end of the day ended up being nothing more than what you just said. He was essentially a con man, this is he never really accomplished anything in the way of. Contributing to society, he got into cocaine smuggling and made a piece of shit car that just happened to make it into one of the best movies ever made. And that was it kind of got lucky. It's a great story read it and just wait for the movie because whenever the movie comes out. We'll we'll go see it. I we absolutely will. It's gonna make a great movie. Thank you, Mike. Another great Micheals read of the day demon underneath what's the site. It's on you'll find it underneath I got reopen closed button ninety outline the outline dot com demon underneath John DeLorean and the invention of the future by Alex Papa demsey's former writer of the now nonexistent grantland or I p. Announcements in conclusion to close out the show. First of all I want to give a special. Thank you to what I guess is like my support group my squad the people that hold me down, first and foremost, my wife Taylor is an absolute angel. I think it goes without saying that we had a couple few rough months here to end out twenty eighteen in these parts of town and really just just the past couple of weeks for me got really rough in terms of anxiety and depression, and I've told John like weaning off Prozac, and it's been an absolute fucking nightmare. A unlike six months in a weaning off this drug, and it's just killing me, mentally, I cannot express enough. How much I would suggest you try any other antidepressant before you, try Prozac holy hill. Anyway, I've been struggling pretty hard and Tae has been my rock through all that. And my mom and dad both of whom I've said. It before I'll say it a million times, I would be dead long ago without them. 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Gunnar Esiason Is 29!!!

Boomer & Gio

08:30 min | 4 months ago

Gunnar Esiason Is 29!!!

"Joining us right now. A Guy I've been thinking about a lot over the last month and so when we talked to at the end of January about this craziness that we're going through now and of course this guy that boomer thinks about every day and talks do several times a day. His son Gunnar assize. Today is his birthday Gunnar. First of all Happy Birthday. That is a tremendous thing to think about from the start your entire journey. Now you're engaged at you. Twenty nine th birthday so I just how do you feel about celebrating your twenty ninth birthday in this world right now? Well thanks for having me on yet. Thank you for The birthday with his I can tell you that I did not imagine you're sitting my birthday quite like this especially given our little check back in January about Yeah devolving current of ours but You know here. We are making the best of it. And just happy to be celebrating with With my fiance. I'm on a gun. Happy Birthday we love you. We miss you and we know that you're in good hands and Darcy's ticket really good care of you. So how long have you been in isolation? Yeah so I've been getting a self isolation thing now for a little over bunk. We started On March third or fourth quarter virus cases started popping up around the US. And I think that's what most people assistant fibrosis started doing the self-isolation thing Really based on the advice of not only the CDC but also a lot of our care providers. I think that you know this is a stressful time for everyone. But it's even more so for people with underlying especially respiratory illnesses with in this day and age. You know I tell everybody you know on on listen to the show that every year we go through this with the flu and you are in college when the h one n one hit You're younger when SARS head so this is like nothing new to us in terms of the way that we live our lives around this time of year but this is scary. You know and I've been following you on twitter. I've been following your and things of that nature You could tell people something about what you're dealing with and how you're dealing with it. What would you tell them? You know I think the thing that would all sort of dealing with very ways is the frustration that perception of time that we're missing. We lived Gary high-speed world where information to the tip of our fingers can absorb all these things Tennis and then in our world came to us you came to a screeching halt On one hand the way that we're dealing with this is the scientific means and the scientific process. Of course you know debt. We know we dealt with that very closely for a long time. You know the the cystic fibrosis team was identified in nineteen eighty nine. It wasn't until two thousand nineteen we had Dino engaging freak that you know obviously current virus trading with their decisive processed meat are different I think on one hand what's going on but when you see you leaders whether it's president or even governor. Cuomo talk about these things They're talking about it through the Lens of the everyday person who wants to get back to work they want to get back to their lives and when those two frames of time clash. Here's the situation and I think a lot of us are dealing with And then of course. There's the patients during the hostile bid out for those people who are living with quarterback cam providers restaurants technicians and nurses. You're fighting it every single day. They're just making it from one. You know meal for the extra breakfast lunch to dinner. And they got you know weighing small victories. Turn the opportunity to get to the next level of care and I think that's what's driving the frustration that we're seeing But I'm hopeful. I'm still hopeful but I was back in January and we know very well that the life sciences community can beat this thing in the world. Sorta hoping that they can. I think they will. We're talking to gun our size and my son and You know gun. There was some good news over the weekend as I was watching twitter and We saw a little six year. Old Boy with cystic fibrosis in Nashville Tennessee. Post On instagram and also on twitter that he beat Cova nineteen at the age of sex. Did and we're all proud of him. And I think that was definitely a breath of relief for the really the entire world. And you know unfortunately someone with. Cf curves I in the little boy Tennessee dead and he certainly inspiring not only all of us. But I think a lot of people who needed some good news is really really good way garner when we were talking about this back at the end of January and we. I believe I mean. We're the first people at least in New York. That were having guesses on about it. You're you're the guest that was on about it. I had an idea that it could be bad. Because I've been thinking pandemic in my mind for many many years and was fears that I had but back at the end of January. If you can remember these conversations we were having at what point? Did you realize that there was something very very serious going on? I won't say that MY FIANCEE DARK. We actually went out and I know you're not supposed to disaster shop but we did. We did probably three weeks after that. Like the third be constabulary as soon as buyers cases started popping up in different parts around the country We just didn't want to take our chances and Bregman happy that we did what we did. too because it was it was starting to. It was really serious. You know we saw that We're all types of purposes. There was community based mission in different parts of the country. Based on the way It was it was kind of popping up in different cities. Really just didn't make sense to us so We went out to disaster shopping. And frankly I feel a little guilty of having created the rush from ninety five Mass Spec when we talk about it in January Maybe it's time to place ads on that. I don't know but I think that was kind of an interesting look. Back on based on the way in the treaty. Things you know Joe. You can't believe how many conversations gun. I have had since that day that he called in to tell us about the end. Ninety five masks and if you remember. I brought the mask in the next couple of days and then we actually traveled with those mask once again. Tell everybody why you normally wear a mask when you travel especially if you're on a subway or if you're in an airplane so the one thing I will say that wearing the mask has got to know how to wear it properly. You GotTa do when you're washing your hands where your touch on and I think a lot of us are starting to about that Very quickly But I've always worn the in ninety five nasty because the way it's filters Airborne Pathogens even when I'm on the airplane or when I'm in a medical setting mostly because in Seattle we have Mucous Lining Airways And that can be really a home for any sort of infectious pathogen to sort of infiltrate So a little different than the average every day person but the ninety five is really the one that gives us the most coverage wouldn't we're wearing it properly So you know it's interesting. The one thing I really am phone is whether or not the CDC is going to encourage no. They have already but really start to drive that message. Home about people wearing masks and everything public. I for one will be happy when I happen. I think following that would be something that is really GonNa change the health and the landscape of of the public launch. Well gone I gotTa tell you. Happy Twenty nine th birthday. I couldn't be any more proud of you the way that you share your experiences the commitment that you have to others in the community and how you take care of yourself. I know that all of us mom said Matt everybody in Your Life. Everybody a part of our foundation. The guys that work at Wfan are happy to hear from you. Happy to hear that you're doing well and are so very very proud of everything that you have accomplished have a great great birthday. You deserve it if anybody does. Yeah thanks for having me on. I wish I could be down there in New York with guys but You know hopefully this all sort of past sitting around Atlanta everyone's saying absolutely garnered hopefully We'll be out there making mistakes on the softball field and getting yelled again. All right take care. Happy Birthday Man. Here's a gun or a size and if you don't already follow gunner on twitter you can and you should because he always has a fascinating viewpoint and ones that quite frankly. I don't ever think about because I haven't had the same life experiences him and reading him at very very eloquent very informed so I highly recommend following gun or on twitter and reading his blog because he gives you stuff that that other people don't.

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#284 Gunnar Hanson

First Class Fatherhood

34:01 min | 9 months ago

#284 Gunnar Hanson

"Now the lace welcome to first glass fatherhood welcome everybody to pursue to eighty four podcast. I am happy as always to be here with you. Thanks for stopping by. If this is your first time listening to a podcast. Please get over. Baghdad's try button. You do not WanNa miss all the action. That's coming your way right here on First-class Fatherhood Alright. Dad's it's time for another another frogman Friday edition of first-class Hood. I have an awesome. Guess for you guys. He is a retired navy seal. Who is now a pastor? Gunnar Hansen joins me tonight. We'll talk about a dichotomy of two totally different lifestyles. Ghana will be here with me to talk all about it and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview. All right and have an awesome guest announcement for next week's Frogman Friday episode which which will feature another navy seal who chose a different career path as well. Next week. It'll be Mike Rutledge. Who went from navy seal tonight Stalker pilot? Mike will be the second night sort of pilot that I've I've had the honor of speaking with you on the podcast. The I of course was legend. Every Blackhawk down pilot Mike Durant so make sure you lock it in for next week's episode next week is also going to be just an incredible week. I have some really great dads joining me here. As I mentioned might rutledge will be here yesterday. I told you about former skateboarding sensation. Mikey Taylor. Who's now very successful entrepreneur? He'll be here as well. I WanNa have another guest announcement for you. Guys are next week legendary outdoorsman. Jim Schalke will be joining me. Jim Is the biggest name in the hunting game. I've had his son-in-law Tim Brent on the show a little little while back so don't miss out on all of next week's content it's going to be packed full of great content. Some awesome DADS great advice. Good stories so locking into my instagram account at Alec underscore relates to find. Who else will be joining me here? And if you guys could find the time please drop me a rating or review over on I tunes. It really goes a long way to help me out here and just please help me. Spread the word about this podcast. Any father in your neighborhood or in your contact list. Let them know about the show that is you're celebrating fatherhood and family life fatherhood rocks family values rule every day. Fathers Day. Right here with me and I'm GONNA be right back with former. I'm a navy seal of Gunnar Hansen. I'm Alan Place and you're listening to I last fatherhood DADS. Are you tired of taking supplements that never deliver well read con one was created created to ensure that you get real hardcore products that deliver real results trusted by four time world strongest man Brian. Shaw and founded by Supplement Entrepreneur. Aaron Singer men read Con One is crushing the industry. You have to try their M. R. E. Bars which are packed full of nutritious food. Sources that will replenish your system when you need it most and they taste so good your toddler will think. I think they're eating a candy bar but we're talking wholefood meal replacement and right now. I play his father who listeners can save twenty percent on their entire order from red con one simply use the Promo Code old father at the checkout. So let's go. Dad's for the highest state of readiness. Choose Red Con one visit read con one dot Com. Use the Promo Code Father and save twenty percent percents joining me now first class. Father Gunnar Hansen in welcome to first-class fatherhood. Hey thanks for having me on. Let's start here. How many the haven't how old are they? I have four kids. I have a daughter. That's thirteen another daughter. That's ten a son that's seven and another son that's five. Yeah you're right there with me. What what type of sports or activities into we we the You know we and and kind of in opposition to the push of today's culture we try not to To like burden the schedule with a you know you know thinking that all of our kids are going to other pro- professional athletics. And so we kind of. I think we've you sports parts and stuff more as hobbies so we have You know my daughters. My oldest daughter's gone in and out of horseback riding and now she's kind of in between in and not not doing that so much. I have another daughter that her she likes kind of Danson one day a week and then my my my oldest son. He likes likes doing how he plays hockey so he plays hockey on Tuesday nights. And and then both of the boys do a very non-competitive Kinda like once a week doc. Soccer at their school sort of thing. So okay yeah very cool donor. If you could just take a minute here please hit my listeners with a little bit about your background and what you do well I After High School I enlisted in the Navy while at high school I graduated high school in Nineteen ninety-three went to boot camp you interviewed Chris Gomez S. O.. CRISCO medicine I were were really much peers. We went through buds together We served in the beginning and then for La from my last tour in the Navy we served as instructors together so I did. Twelve twelve years in the navy All as as a navy seal obviously I was seeing three and then ended as a first phase instructor and then I separated from the service and what was it two thousand five and from two thousand five till present time. I've been a senior pastor at a church in San Diego California. Yeah that's incredible ride. They're going there. And how old were you about when you first became a dad and had it becoming a father trying to change your perspective on like Well I would. Let's see here so so my my wife and I I'm trying to think of the year I forget the year I was still the navy. She got a pregnant and then we we lost that baby miscarriage and so that that that was probably where my my perspective changed. we We we lost a baby. I think before that there was a lot of apprehension about becoming a dad worries concerns then my wife got pregnant and then you know then you then everything everything kinda emotionally changes with us on they get excited about it and the thoughts of all that could be kinda surfaced and then Then we we lost the baby and and it took us so if my oldest daughter is thirteen I think so that was right. He's sixteen years ago so it took us about to to cover about three years before she got pregnant with our first daughter. And so we didn't we did it. No they maybe we weren't going to be able to have kids and so I think that losing the first child all sort of Shaped my you know my perspective of kids that their blessing and and so then we had our our oldest and we're super grateful. We didn't know if we're going to have another one three years later than another one came. We were super grateful for that one. Then the third one you know oh about three years later a boy came and and then shockingly eighteen months after that we had the arrival of of our last Our last son and so I You know I'm not answering questions but I think I'm grateful for children. I think they're super huge blessing. And I I do think our our our culture and in society has has lied to people about the expense and inconvenience de children are But they're huge blessing in I'm I I just super grateful to be a dad. Yeah very well said. I think you're right. There is one of the number one thing that I say that people say when I tell them I have four children. They look at me like I had Six heads and they're like. Oh Wow you know they look at me like I'm a Rockstar. Like how could you ever afford that net and it's They say I could never afford a you know a child right now and I'm just I. I don't really know how to respond. Sometimes I just say well. That's not the truth. That's just the way that you're seeing and it's not that you can't afford it. You're just telling yourself that you fan so I it's kind of sad to hear so many of the different perspectives. That especially the young men have What fatherhood and family life is really all about absolutely now becoming a pastor? was that something that you intervened before you joined teams or the Navy or is that something that came during your service your during my service. I I was not I was not a religious guy at all I made it through training and after training Checking into seal team three on June twenty third of nineteen ninety five on on July second. I had a I basically got drunk went out drive in at twenty years old and how to resist innovating arrest and kind of over the course of the next eighteen months I lost my security clearance and ultimately got it back but during during that window my life kind of fell apart and I had a friend that was a Christian and so he he doc may go to church a bunch and I. I finally conceded that I would go once and I went once and and through that time I You know I I accepted Christ as my savior and and then began the journey of trying to figure out how did being a navy seal and being a Christian fit together and ultimately for my a master's I my thesis was on the Christian combat and and really helping guys My my one of my passions is helping people who who carry arms arms to protect people how to how to reconcile the use of force and their faith and so. That's you know I was not a Sunday. They school kid growing up at all. Yeah I think that's one of the biggest questions that I would have to. I mean I've had other seals on the show Eddie. Ten who who Found Christ and became. Ah changes life around too but it's it is one of those things like. How do you help the justify Especially military service members about thou shall not kill while being you you know about I. Yeah well you you hit you hit on a you. Know One of the the cruxes There's a different the you said Thou shall not kill. It's actually not murder and murder and killing are two different Hebrew words from that text and so so there's There's there's there's a difference between murdering somebody and and justifiable like self defense or taking the human life in a different circumstance. So so there's so I do think that there's a there's a there's a misconception as Argument carries over to Romans Thirteen the first four verses there I talked about that God. God has established the Authority to protect society from evildoers. And it doesn't bear the SORTA in vain and so the the heart of it is those that are anybody nobody that serves and from law enforcement to the military When they're doing it they're not representing themselves? They they they stand for the authorities that are over them and so they a They function in the capacity of administrator administering justice for for the government and so in most cases especially law enforcement they use of force says always in in protection of their own life or the protection of another's life The military it it gets more complicated For for a thirty minute phone interview but Within the context of the United States every soldier every law enforcement if they don't function according to Really the judeo-christian ethic that our nation was founded on. They will be held accountable. And there's there's plenty of law enforcement officers and plenty of military in jail and prison for for Not Not using force in accordance with law if that makes sense Yeah no I can only imagine the the difficult battles I must take place on. You know your inner conversations with people that I just WanNa. I'm very grateful for the Veterans Law enforcement or all these people that have many women that that put their lives on the line to protect us because it must be a very difficult battle and I do too. I think under a long. I talked about on the PODCASTS. A lot about the fatherless problem we have if there's an attack on the family life in this country and I think that combined with the fact that God has been removed from so much of our school system in our society. I think those two factors alone are responsible for creating most of the problems that we have and it makes I mean I agree with you within the within the teams. It's it's pretty well known that most most those most of the guys in the seal team's while we all have different stories. It there's an. There's an overarching theme. That many of us do come from broken families and find our our families within the seal teams and and those men tend to be the men that shape us and I think through my time growing into manhood in the seal teams from the men there that poured into my life. They Kinda it taught me how to become a dad and ultimately that's why I I left the service at twelve years eight years from retirement because Because I have such a fractured family tree and background. That I often said You know I'm okay. Messing up everything my life and failing it everything but the one thing. I don't want to fail out as my marriage and and my being a dad and so for me that that that meant walking away from the teams eight years from retirement so that I could be home and present with my family even if there was some You you know. Maybe there's some financial fears of of walking away from of You know a full military retirement For the sake of Investing and my kids. And you know I've been out now for twelve years and I've been fine and I'll be at every there. was you know the the risk I ended up not being as great as the reward of being able to be around for my kids and my wife. Yeah Yeah that's awesome gone right and what. What about in deal teams? Is there any type like Is Religion Something that's like Not Not talked about in the teams or is it like everybody's welcome to practice their religion as they are the kind of thing that kept quiet among among the team guys I mean obviously over the last. You know this this war has been going on for for some time now and things have shifted and so I think that I feel like guys have been free to practice. Whatever they want With that I mean it's it's ah a high octane. You know we you know we believe Alpha males are like they're the weakland's is like extreme Alpha male context and and it's an environment environment where everybody is is harassed and so So if if you're walking whatever your faith is you're going to be harassed with your faith and if you're an atheist and you're really into to whatever you fill in the blank you're going to get aroused for that and so It just the nature of the beast as we like we we express love. How's Bhai by tearing into one another and so So the guys that are strong in the faith or strong faith and they're gonNA they're gonNA take a ribbon for being strong in their their faith and guys that aren't don't have any faith that are in other things they're going to take a ribbon for whatever they're in so i. I do think that were were changes. The context of You know pre nine eleven. We were invincible. And and It was it was just a different mindset. We we have lost many good men and lost a lot of personal friends ends over the course of the last however many almost twenty years and it's been since nine eleven happened and so the the the. The posture changed changed when when we started taking more casualties. And so I think guys are a little bit more There's a there's a more serious note about faith and and religion and I do think that there's been a you know like I. I feel like I know more brothers and the teams that are that are believers now than I did back then but also I wasn't really a believer so it's hard it's hard to quantify that you know so yeah and definitely to that you know I think like you said most of the The guys that are have on. I can't imagine how difficult it must be keeping family mentality together while you're serving the themes because it seems like. It's you know such a highly dedicated job that you have to have so much focus on and I know that the marriage the divorce rate in the scenes is pretty high and I and I would imagine that the big part of the reason why You know you were able to disassociate your just get away from the teams to focus on the family. Yeah but at the end to push back on that there are there. There are many guys who are successfully married and have good families and have been faithful to their wives like a ton of guys have and and to the the men that I look to with positive outlooks on their marriage and family life in light of the extreme demand of traveling. And what they're doing is is that the team guy wife is a special breed. There are some very tough and resilient ladies and so you know I am able to Even in my life I'm I'm been able to be the husband and Dad because my wife is is exceptional and and there are You know I'm not gonNA name names but I I can. I can think of dozens and dozens of these team. Guy Wives that are just exceptional women that can hold the family together and are resilient and and then have to NASA the about them that that is on par with their husbands and so I do think for any successful marriages as marrying well and not letting your passions get the Dasa of you and and really you know selecting a quality spouse means you can make the the the night and day difference of What your marriage and family looks like? Yeah very well said. And I'm curious to ask you this. I usually ask about disciplining your kids. Now you're a former navy seal pastor so what type of disciplinary are you when it comes to being a dad. Hey dads are you. Looking to boost your energy level. strikeforce energy has got you covered with strikeforce energy packet. You can turn any beverage into an energy drink. 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Allow you to record and edit right from your phone or your computer anchored those all the distribution as well so it can be heard on spotify apple apple podcast and many more also you can make money with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. What are you waiting for? Download the free anchor apt today or go to anchor dot. FM to get started. You're a former navy seal. NFL after so what type of discipline when it comes to being a dad so I So so the ad that I was also an extremely extremely abused kid so the last time I saw my my biological mom has passed away but the last time I saw her as when I had to testify against her in court at eleven years old and so so I I I do believe discipline lax at our in our culture today in large part I do think that Discipline is also misunderstood good I think as kids get older like I feel that. I'm having to use corporal punishment less and less these days but for for me like making my kids I do believe in spanking my kids But I think a proper proper quote unquote spanking is is rendered and love and clarity and ultimately leads that. You're not having to Spank your kids anymore. and and so for me when my kids were young and as an spanking what it meant was nobody was angry they. We talked through why they were getting a spanking then when when they when when they were able to answer why they were getting a spanking to swats. We're given and then immediately after the two swats were given they're calling right into my lap and I pray for them. Tell Them I love them and that we're all good and then we move on and and so What I see? See what I've seen a lot of Environments you know you go to the mall and you see basically a parent that loses their minds and they basically. We are unleashed on their kids that that's not disciplined that's not A. There's no instruction there there's no guidance there's no there's no purpose in that that's just a that's just an individual losing their mind aligned and and provoking their kid wrath as well and and so Now nowadays as my kids are getting older My Little Oh boys will get them occasionally but but now the the means test has to change you know like early on there. There's more of a you know God God gave us a sense of pain is a blessing. You you touch. Fire it burns you pull your hand back. Where when they get older it might be something more like okay? It's not a spanking for my thirteen thirteen year old. It's a year like you have a cell phone we're going to your cell phone is going away and you're you're you're not going there that the the the punishment has to be in a way. That's that's more felt so that it ultimately is coaching them. I mean their aim of discipline is to is is really coaching. Not In a militia. Sort of Painful way but but but discipline leading a t to action so that Our aim is when we're not in the pitcher are that when they're out on their own they'll be able to have the self control to be able to function in a way that they don't end up in prison. I mean that's the bottom line line and so I believe that that You know the discipline that we exercise. Now it's ultimately to save them from the punishment out in the world that is much harsher than anything then than we can give and it it's it's for them to be able to blossom not to break their spirit or anything like that and there's no and as a kid there's definitely Y- I'm very conscious and mindful of that and I quite frankly I hate you. You know I hate it given spankings and and And so I so I think that really cushioned how I went about it so I think that my wife actually ends up being more the disciplinarian than I am just because You you know so it's kind of there and there's also personality with our kids. Our kids are split I have kids. That are very stubborn and are very like me and then I have two that are very gentle and sweet and and more like my wife and I tend to have to discipline the hardheaded ones and yeah then my wife tends to discipline the sweet ones because they have me wrapped around their finger. kind of thing so Yeah yeah very cool. Yeah I go through the same thing myself and I think there's obviously yeah definitely discrepancy between spanking and child and beating a child so I think that and it doesn't always necessarily work have kids like I. I could spank them all day long. It Ain't GonNa Change You. They spanked him once. And that's it. Yeah I mean I have two kids I just say that I'm GonNa make them and then that's it then they've ever done and the other ones it's like we you can see them all day long and it's like okay. This is an accomplished anything. So we're not we're not gonna go that route. Let's figure out what it's about figuring out. How so that? They can learn their lesson in a way that they hey have some sort of pain whether it's emotional physical so that there's a natural consequence of that next time they seek to do the right thing on their own. I mean that's that's that's that's what we want. Is that our kids. When they launch an eighteen going to college that they will be able to Be placed in an environment that. There's going to be tempting them to do things that will have far greater consequences than than any spanking so that they know how to get a hold of their their flesh. I should've from a from a Christian perspective and say you know what I'm not GonNa make that decision because of the consequences of doing that will be far greater than any immediate Instant zinc gratification. That I can get from this moment and so that's that's ultimately what we want and I and I really wish I had that when I was a kid and I did it have it. So yeah well. That's one of the good thing about fatherhood. Is You get a chance to do the things you thought should have been done. You get a chance to do them absolutely And you know I wanted to ask you. It was just 'cause my four or just about the same age as yours Meyer. Thirteen twelve eight and five so my wife and I are the most challenging Transition was going from two kids chance to three that once we had our third kid that first year felt like one long day. What was what was the What would you say the most challenging You know the nomination. Asian of kids Well obviously the the first the first one was terrifying. I remember leaving from where we had her and it was like. They're letting us just take this kid like who do they who who do they think we are. You know like driving away with a car seat going. Oh man there's no like we're the buck stops with us down with this kid and so the the first one was terrifying leaving realizing that you have now been entrusted with this this precious life. The second one was less terrifying. But that like you the the the third one is you have to move to more of a zone defense and and it's it's no longer one on one and it's you know you have to manage the three of them for four. I've realized that you enter into a special fraternity. Anytime I see kids. Parents was more than four kids. It's kind of like there's a special winking going to not in a hey we're in the same boat and and You know you you WanNa keep them alive and it's it's you suddenly start to realize is by the three or four kid mark you know you can have one child and the kid can be perfect and by the time you have four you have kids. They have different personalities and different subsets. These are all four kids from the same family and you realize that good ones have nothing to do with you and the bad ones. Maybe don't have anything to do with you. Also that It kinda breaks your spirit but I I I found that even with four for me is spending one on one time with my kids. And and Ah trying to be diligent about that so about three years ago. My Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. And so my my relationship with my dad began to. We're we're we're in this this kind of this last chapter of our of our relationship and made me Remember my childhood and so About three or four years ago we have a basically San Diego goals. We have a hockey team. That's in the AHL which is right below the NHL. And so I bought season tickets and so I started taking you know two seats and I rotate through the kids. So that I get one one in time with each kid and and just trying to you know rotate them through the hockey game. So that I'm being intentional about Spending one on one time with each the child as opposed to the whole clan. And so that's been really good for me and just Helping me kind of develop as a dad More of a nurturing funds sort of in a an environment where we can be shoulder to shoulder and and have have I heard one guy say once that quality time comes within quantity of time and so just making sure that. I'm putting quantity of time and with my kids. So that I can find quality moments and and The the quantity of time that I spend with them. Yeah Yeah I love that. Yeah it is just having four kids myself and it's definitely one of the things that I'm super. Observant about is the amount of kind of each individual each one of them individually and making sure that whether it's going to the library to go get a book for me. It's not really much to do with the first of the child now that I'm doing it with like their whole day and it really means a lot to them so It's something that I'm super observant about my in my my own parenthood. Here what do you got coming up. Next what kind kind of goals for yourself Well I I. I'm doing them I I I mean I right now Lord. Well that I'm Gonna I'm holding course where I'm at my church and and just you know if if God has it for me to stay here to re retirement and just in this season I'm very Planted with the with my kids. Just kind of there's a short and fast season I remember when my second daughter was born I I. I brought her to church for the first Sunday and there was an older gentleman at my church and he looked at me with tears in my eyes. And he's like brother she's gone already and I'm like dude. I just brought her home from the hospital. And you're like he's like I. His daughter had graduated from college that weekend. He's like it's over before you know it and it had a huge kind of impacting. So I recognize that this while it seems like we're in the trenches right now That they're they're going to be gone before we know it and so so I'm just is really trying to focus on on realizing how precious life is and how life can change in a moment and and life will change change quickly that You know especially my thirteen year old daughter. It's like Oh man we're like getting high school and you know like I think that you know within four or five years. She'll be transitioning out of the House to a collegiate environment is is You know it's kind of a sad thought it's like no you know. How did that happen so fast? So so I'm just enjoying the moment this season that I have now before it's Before they're all out of the house which will happen quickly. Yeah you may have punk Sean right there and gone with the last thing I liked when I ask I love to ask. All the data got on the PUCK is what type of advice you half of that new father or that about the be dad. WHO's out there listening? Oh what kind of advice you know I'd say it's to the father's I'd probably just say it's GonNa be okay. I encourage them to work hard. Provide for your kids leads Don't also at the same time don't don't don't succumb to the rat race of this life You don't like I see a lot. The Dow just killing himself trying to provide you know the the the sport I feel like sports has changed from when I I don't know I'm forty five and when I was younger it seemed like sports where for enjoyment and now it's I. It seems that sports has almost catapulted into a new new category. Where they're traveling they're doing all sorts of stuff? The parents are killing themselves. financially and just time lies trying to keep up with everything and I'm not even convinced that the kids are happy and this environment and so I I You know I probably not a really clear advice but I do. You think for a lot of people that there's like the the slowdown into simplified life. A little bit and and They they give kids. You know maybe less structures just like I do think there's something about on organized playtime we live in the country and so we have a lot of dirt and rocks and and I think there's something about You know like letting them enjoy the the season of being a kid before you. I feel like we're putting all these demands on on kids is that it's like they're going to have their whole adult life to have structure and so they give them. You know just to relax. A little bit is probably what I would I would say you know and You know to for me. It's it's a you know I feel like putting God into the mix super important and The to really really To give them a connection to God because God will be with them long after I'm gone and so That that's important to me very well said love the message. He's been an honor for me. I gotTa say Gunnar Hansen your first last father. Thank you so much for giving me a few minutes of your time on first place fatherhood I make my my I pleasure. Thank you very much back to wrap things up here on I last fatherhood I gotta get a special thank you once again to Gunnar Hansen for giving me a few minutes was time. You'd have such an honor. Who sent me up on twitter guys? Dropped me on instagram. Thought about today's episode. I always love to hear your feedback. I hope you enjoyed all of this week's action. We kicked it off with a special veteran's day episode here which included six awesome interviews with some of the most legendary remilitarised warriors of our time. Sure you go back and check it out as well as all the rest of the actor from this week next week. Five bangers coming your way including navy seal turn night stalker pilot. Mike Rutledge and legendary outdoorsman. Jim Schalke okay follow me on instagram. Alec underscore laced with all the rest of the upcoming guest announcements. That's all I got for you guys. Today I'm allegories. Thank you for listening to first place. Fatherhood employees guys. 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Bonus - Optimal Fitness, Emotional Health, + Community Connection with Gunnar Peterson and Luke Milton

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Bonus - Optimal Fitness, Emotional Health, + Community Connection with Gunnar Peterson and Luke Milton

"Can take one or two things from six different seminars in a year. I come back with twelve new things over the course of a year if I do that every year. I'm better a better. It's easy easy to bash. It's easy to say that's hokey. That's Corny. That's not gonNA work. I would draw the line at anything dangerous but other than that you just look at it and go what what good can I get out of it. You're listening to the almost thirty podcast hot cast hosted by Christopher Williams and Lindsay Simsek almost thirty started as a conversation about the transition from our twenties or thirties but then we realized life life is full of transitions so be expanded our mission. We are an intuition led wellness focused lifestyle podcast that promises to deliver authentic conversations nations diverse points of view an insights rooted in optimism growth and intention the almost thirty nation community is a group of purposeful dreamers who are smart passionate and always seeking the full potential in every aspect of their lives at almost thirty were making magic together. We dream it and then we do it. Thanks so much for tuning into the almost thirty podcast here we go. What's up everyone happy Friday. Thanks for joining us. We are the almost thirty podcast I'm Lindsay SOM SAKE and I'm here with my co host Christa Williams emmer so excited to bring you these bonus episodes. We were live from the propel coal labs fitness festival in. La this summer the fourth year one of the biggest fitness festivals out there one of our favorites just love hanging with like minded friends just growing inspiring and celebrating fitness and wellness together. He I think think we love this event so much because we have such a similar mission and that really is to learn grow inspire and celebrate fitness and wellness together so it is our third gear working with propel co labs and we were lucky enough to interview leaders in the fitness and Oliver mine body health and wellness space and are excited to bring you the series powered by propel. Today we're talking to Gunnar Peterson and Luke Milton Gunnar Peterson is a beverly hills based personal trainer but he is known around the world for his work with celebrities professional athletes in everyday people really to exercise his expertise in functional training and he's committed to developing an implementing innovative fitness techniques and modalities. He's just the expert in the space yeah and he was also joined by Luke Milton coming from Australia who founded training mate which you may have seen lean on revenge body. Luca former pro athlete and rugby in Australia and has taken his teaching coaching methodology and the Camaraderie of sport to the United States with training main so this conversation is Super Fun and energizing and this conversation is brought to you by propel. They were really excited to sit down with Luke and governor to have a real. We'll conversation about fitness about this fitness world that is ever evolving and how we can just feel better in our bodies and yeah. Let's introduce reduce. Luke and Gunnar. This is awesome. We didn't expect to have you both that I am. This is a tree beyond streets after doing that. We're not doing anything fitness related. Oh man so to just for lack of a better term and I'm GONNA use your term legends in the fitness industry. You know you've seen it all and I feel like so you've seen so many quote unquote trends come in and out and having to hold space for People's transformations as just a Talon Jalan and a gift in itself so goner. I'd love to start with you. You know what inspired you to start this work and what has kept you motivated and committed to that throughout. I don't know that I was inspired a started. I was working out. I was a fat kid and fitness was away that gave me control literally came down to control somebody wants call me control-freak and another guy correct me goes not a control freak your comfort freak you know what makes you comfortable and you do whatever it takes so. I'm not trying to control anybody else. I just have to control myself self and if I can keep on top of my fitness I feel like anything else falls into place on and I don't sweat it and stress over it as much and bit allows me to at. I feel like I'm in control and the fitness part came up. Someone asked me if I could. I think it'd work out with me and I said sure and the next question the guy goes. How much do you charge when I went back to that like a million dollars. I think sears into an and it became it was a side Gig at first and then it became the full time job. I I realized I was working at a talent agency the time and I realized that training to people for work at one person after work three days a week was paying me more than the full forty forty hour week and I quit. What do you think about your personality. Was the differentiator in that because there are a lot of people that are training you know in their spare time a side hustle. So what do you think made you different and able to go off on your own and make more than your job a tough being about what other people do. I do know just from watching a lot of stuff on television for for years a lot of what you see on TV is not real training. It's TV training and it's great for television and God bless those people for doing what what they do with that would not fly in the real world. You could not yell at people degrade people. Put them down especially not at six. Am that just not an and they're not gonNa pay you to do that so I'm a big believer that levity infusing Levity I. I don't yell at anybody but if they're doing poor reps I go is it. Are we doing half reps today. If that's the case that it's a twenty reps and I'll I'll play with them that way but I never put anybody down. I think that's also why I get along with. It's about lifting people up right. Nobody came there if they want to. Have somebody should do it at home in people beat themselves up enough so that is what's beautiful about your work to. Lucas watching revenge body taken training mate before with you is it is intimidating a little bit to come into a fitness class like that were there already is an established community of people but seeing you know how welcoming everyone. When is there and everyone especially you making it accessible. Can you tell me about that process for you. was that something that came. Naturally as your personality or is that you work on us. It's difficult to work on my its executive compensation not supposed to be intimidating and fitness east and it's kind of like even as professional China's now all walk into a group wall. What's going on. People are trained to intimidate you in tonight. You see a lot of training might evolve through Nice sacred. I ah suffering from batting's in professional athlete and Retard at twenty six. Everyone was like oh you fell in love. That's such a cute story. The real story is that as couldn't deal with anxiety of having to perform form out there anymore and it was only a would then so training might was just an extension of what I needed in my life and that was a support system and to me that was what training might ease trying to just that Saif place where you can come for forty five minutes. We're going to be the best part of your internal monologue and there's GonNa be no intimidation you gotTA. NFL part of the team because that was just an extension what I needed in my life and it's evolved into a successful company now and it shows that more people probably need that support in is publicly known luke. I'll start with you what has been your experience with treating the emotional body but yourself and your clients during the transformation product. Passos I believe in a big healthy lost all and disagree with other people like that. I'm not saying I'm wrong but my loss off loss vs physical health absolutely social health and Mental Health Professional China's reunification associated with professional trying so you should get physical results. You don't get bonus points in my books getting table physical results but that's our job dislike. Filmmaker makes films congratulations champ. You're doing your job social health and mental health a really big things that I think we need to accomplish to be iota. uh-huh live a healthy lifestyle and this guy's. GonNa kill me for saying that but he's the best in the business out there is a is there is a a lock ability to gun of the people in my own might not not say all the time but he's so successful for so long in the head of the industry for so long cold people walk hanging around him and I'm telling you there's a lot of great trying out there that technically now the leverage points and planes and the rest of it but to be able to deliver that in a human being why and to be lockable in the process is a skill that not many people get to achieve and I think that if you you can be successful at that then can be successful trying on. You can take that bulks. I completely agree events your turn now you can complement him. Okay what are some. Wellness trends are fitness trends. You guys are seeing right now that you just kind of earlier is that I mean it's it's too easy bass. I look at it and I go. What can I look. fitnesses truly a business poaching and nobody invented anything you know nothing. It's evolving so I look at it and I go to a fair amount of seminars every year. I'm going to tactical training thing next week in North Carolina. It's what can I take from this. If I can take one took things from six different seminars in a year I come back with twelve new things over the course of a year if I do that every year I'm better and better. It's easy to bash. It's easy to say hey that's hokey. That's Corny. That's not gonNA work. I would draw the line at anything dangerous but other than that you just look at it and go. What good can I get out of it. the reason I look. It's like the stock market right. There's flight to quality in hard times. When stuff gets tough the stuff that's terrible is gonNA fall by the wayside and what works works and what's tried and true is GonNa remain and everyone has different. What do you think I agree with Dr Jump. On The bandwagon a little bit don't you the salary is the second time I didn't know we were getting nutrition. That's just like just I mean. Just use common sense. Everyone wants to speak terms around. It's our job. We can simplify the next person that tries to charge us three million dollars signing the woods macronutrients forget about right. You Got Proteins Fats Carbohydrates Don. You got micronutrients simple as that. It's really a very short book. It's literally three lines long. Dong confused by all this job scientific terminology move your body well Joe style ubiquitous social media plays such a big part and how people take in information these days and find inspiration but it can also really really like fuck you up. You know so. I'm curious bomb yeah. Is that okay mic. Is that okay. We'll see the author Mike Spot. Nobody really can it's. It's it's detrimental at times for people's progress so I'm curious as to how you both of your relationships as social media and your responsibility on social media Ab so I I think it goes back to what's trendy and what's good and what are you roll. Your eyes at social. Media is the same take the good from it if you're the person who is slowing down long enough to write something hateful or critical. You have way too much time on your hands I I can't. I've never written a nasty comment. I like literally ninety nine percent. China the things I see just like like like or leave a comment but it's always positive or funner uplifting. There's no I don't have time for all that negative shit I just I just don't own in terms of my responsibility to it talked to Kaley who works here. My wife works me. I don't know that I honor my responsibility. I try to put only genuine real things down and sometimes I go to three or four days without post anything because I just don't have anything and I don't think you see you need to see another bicep curl and I agree I on different not a social media expert so speedo pick up every now and then most hang wearing he's wearing a speedo under this aren t and has the name of his company on it because everything he owns does stick around for the last three minutes of this interview. Exactly think wanted is a blue one. Can you use it for yourself. Don't don't get depressed because social media we address this before about like releasing facing doug the main which is a really quick quick quick quick like like like that we get from that social media find something that gives you that serotonin release. It's exercise. Spain with good friends ends and genuine paypal social media. It's here staying use it for what you want to use it for warn do it and if it's a wider to brain just self out there to find good fitness technique picnic or follow someone about fashion or whatever else just use it for positive and I think that if you are grateful for the positives in life then yeah you're gonna live that healthy loss talbot get too caught up on it because it's really important to remember that is always it's highlight reel. It's not twenty four seven camera. It's not something that you have to see in ago. Oh I can't do that. I suck it should be oh cool. I feel like working out now. I send send things from instagram Brad who trains just into class every day. I send in the late night. I go. We should try this tomorrow. We try to tomorrow. It's not like I'm expecting to do it at the level of the person in there but it looks interesting. It looks cool. Can I try that. Could I modify. Could I regress it. Could I turn it into something that my clients benefit from that. I'M GONNA use it yet so much of it. It's not a bowel. It does not about that situation in relation to you. You know someone else. Doing something really has nothing to do with you so when you take it personally it's really unhealthy. I would love to know about your morning routines. Like what are some. You guys are so excellent what you do when you're such professionals. Are you guys doing anything. Special in the morning argues working waking up at a certain time or eating something. What is it like on a wins this. I'd be the easiest guy in the world to kill. I get up same time of day. I get a time three forty five and four years but yet that's twenty ounces of water straight away. I shower I go to the gym I do cardio stretch weights and then I have a protein shake and then I shower cleanup train. My clients go to work. Come home wife and kids same time every day. Drive the same route every day and said sorry loves his comfort. Cardio's cardio stretch weights. Is it in that order. Is there a specific order to your workout and why I've done it every different way and I actually when people are starting out. I say switching to a week that way or two weeks that way then switch it see what works works for you that works for me. I could build it in and and I time myself in. It's all mapped out how much I do. It's all pretty. OCD and then cardio versus Wade's. It's not versus that they're they're. They're intertwined. I mean find a way to do it. When I say cardio could be it could be walking lunges and could be a minute on a jump appropriate minute on a skier recommended on a rower and then switch it in with something either body weight or or a big multi joint movement back to back to back. It's all about sequencing. You'RE GONNA pay for me because we're on a limited time frame and I got to get it done. How about you live. Well sleepy and I get up at five every day Aker. I got to really work on that but same thing actually what a great place to be at hydration Kate Lot everyday with lemon water and and squeezed lemonade this little signs myself. If it's had a lot it's good for you so I try and live my water to squeeze limit and that's why I get along with my day. I usually open up training night. One of the studios there so as classes usually six I am get into what I get so much energy out of that and then you know find that once I get out nine or ten o'clock not become pretty reactive with you know emailing or Messaging Back Bay bowl or whatever it by babe that early morning pot maze just religious dale. It's a numbers game the morning things should train in the morning today train. You should train when it works for you but side note too that is less people awake less people to interrupt you just simple math of that and then for work fasted is it. You don't have that voice. We do whatever suits in the morning some mornings. I feel like eating before working out someone I'm very. Ocd Days we will allow that Y if my water and lemon sometimes I'll have a couple of eggs yeah. I just don't feel like eating saw night but I'm not technically fostered or technically in a minute fasting on any of that sort of selfishness sort of listened to my body. A little bit days is the the key is always being hard-right another being intuitive about back in it is so beautiful that you said that about you know when you get up earlier able to focus on you before for everyone wakes up the emails come in the calls. Come in that's such an important boundary that we have control of you know and being thoughtful about when you are going to let others in your space and when you are going to let people email or call you and kind of disturbed the rhythm that you currently have within your dice. I'm glad that the other part of that is as a fat kid to me in my brain rain. I'm still I still think from the position of fat kid. If I train in the morning it's since the table all puns intended for making better food choices during the day and and it works it works both ways in a dozen cut both ways. It works both ways meaning. I'm probably going to eat better and make better choices because I've already worked out. I don't want to mess up what I've done. I WANNA WANNA only service it or if I do something bad. I've already trained so it's not that bad back. I'd love to pull back the curtain on the work that you've done with the celebrities because I feel like sometimes we sees these crazy transformations and they're so inspiring but we're not quite sure what goes into it and then we have unrealistic expectations for ourselves so I'd love to kind of know maybe a process you know getting someone ready for a movie and what can and people take away to add to their own transformation that would help them feel confident and strong on their process. I mean that's case by case right. Some people come totally condition They've never worked out. They don't know what they're doing. They have very limited time and and you. It's all really what it comes down to his expectation management. I have to get them to know that. Put this plus this over this amount of time. We'll equal that and that you didn't arrive in this condition because he took a week off right. This has been a long time coming but some of them they double down. They go very serious with the transition. They watched their sleep. They give up any of their voices and their training very seriously for whatever it it is and others. It's more like they wade into it. So it's case by case. I mean I had years ago. A client gets a Hernandez would be indiscreet. Debra Messing and she came to me as she was doing a movie and she had to be a bikini and I have been training. Hank area was along came polly solving and she had seen Hank who had been training for years and he was dialed in jacked and she came in literally sat like this and I said Wendy Film and she goes two weeks mm-hmm I go. Why don't you go home for a week and come back and then make this a real challenge and she just go seriously I go. No not serious should have been months ago. What are you talking about and you know the body language you can read it all. I don't WanNa be here the whole fake but she eventually trained. She ended up paying me for three years. So something work it kicked in but it was a slow slow. Slow process depends on how resistant they are to a right like you said you walk into a workout environment. Whether it's one on one or group there's a certain amount of intimidation that that either either the space gives off or that they feel innately when they're walking in and for for you luke how do you you know in group in group environments. How do you coach coach people to move through that resistance because it can be so strong and I know it's mainly a mental game. But how do you do that. You can create the gun or not talking talking about this. You can create an environment that is conducive to working out you go to the gym and it's all positive Ryan assignments training. It's always positive. We don't have many rules other than this. This is your safe place. There's so much going on outside and that world is we're talking about that in. He your site and you can work out and it's just a matter of creating that environment that Eh do feel safe and I think that so many people go against that grind somebody they were trying to be the loudest voice in the room trying to be the most confusing voice in the room and that somehow stimulates this mystical industry of fitness whereas we bought hold science philosophy that if you can create a really safe place no you stop do yourself consistently die out and we might get about our clients not necessarily about ourselves and then you go to pretty successful system they were you say we're it's the environment. I Tell I can't tell you how many times a week I say to somebody when they when they balk at something or they're not sure I go. I want your team. This is free. I'm I'm on. This is me and you. I'm not the other side of it coming at you. I'm with you. Were doing this together whether they're doing. The work doesn't matter. It's it's mapped out for them to succeed. I I have their success. I'm invested in their success and one of the best things I've heard early on. Obviously I'm not from here and see accent but when I came over this whole term celebrity choice is a New Yorker a lot of jokes but basically one of my clients. I said I was listening to biggest ally is when a celebrity try nothing celebrity and it's never ever gotten away from this process is about you guys you go Nazi. If you need to be a marvel character than we can do it and if you need to be whatever we can do it but that's your job and your the red carpet guy or girl L. and whatever else and go and do that. I think that the minute you take your own ego out of it. You can be a good trial as beautiful and I love how oh you so vulnerably share about being the fact I was former former fack into so I feel you to mentality is it's just one of the chapters in your life right and it really makes you down to Earth. I'd say but that's a story to that. We have you know that we work with within our life has helped you someone else sean this will blow your way. I used to train Ryan seacrest. Ryan seacrest was a fat kid still sees everything through a fat. Kids is trans like US effect in Isa whose works diligently only because he doesn't want to go back to that one of the guys on the Lakers. He's a seven footer. The Guy has a ton of obesity family gwen Stefani EST attorney everyone in her family obese. They are motivated and it's very healthy motivation. It's not unhealthy motivation motivated to stay healthy and to not fall into that pattern that whether it's predisposed genetically or its environmental they will not get that way. I will not I told my wife. I'll never trust me. We will always have a house and I will never be out of shape. That's all I got for you. That's true I think my husband is stuck before because I grabbed that almost broke my hand control this and then you mentioned having being Zaidi an athlete. Can you talk about how your anxiety story like how that played out in your life and how you've managed it so I didn't even know the terminology on all suffering. It actually took me coming to America. That's a funny story to to deal with it and just the nerves about not being good enough. I told him about like when I look back on it been deduct one Nevada. You don't mean to be a professional athlete in whatever you do and always had that stat if that what if I drop that Bulworth tackle what if I was like. Are you kidding me. You've done this thousands and thousands and thousands of talent whoa window of like a tornado in my mind aligned. I went and saw a guy which is very Australian but I thought source. I'm on here and they said to me. Listen to what's what's thirty seven times to divide by one game times times that by six hundred forty four ad two point two to that and then divide it by such. I'd no idea we'll run it down and use a calculator and you'll be able to work and how we have the tools to be able to settle down that craziness in their minds is at any time you get a bad what happens what if that happens rod it down and I started doing it it. It was a really simple ply and then from there. It's not that bad if I don't six eight in business or if no one shows up trying my or if I don't you know measure up to whatever United States would have put on the pressure of that and then I just started working. There were more tools like meditating literally using a little APP that anyone's got got access when they find breathing Deborah Salad appreciating and being grateful for my wife and daughter and just change and now it's kind of just second nights so I feel like I'm really really grateful for life and don't really doubt anything and have fun and it's GonNa be it's GonNa Falling. Can you speak to the importance of recovery. I know it's important. We've been talking about it a lot the last few days but I'd love to hear your perspective on how much actually really need and what does that look like. I'll double off sleep is huge. I wonder admit I don't get enough of it but I I'm conscious about. I'm trying to couple of great guys who speak to sleep Dr James Moss and another guy named Nick Little Hales and they come from very different places Dr Moss's all about eight hours a night talk about every hour you missed having a brick in your backpack and by the end of the week if you've missed an hour overnight you have a full back back when you wake up so you're walking Zombie Nick Little Little Hales is all about micro sleep little tiny minutes. Take two minutes here five minutes here and ten minutes here and he believes you can get through that so it's worth looking into and seeing what applies to you that recovery is huge. The other recovery is listening to your body taking a day off making sure you're getting the proper nutrients inadequate quantity so your body can rebuild working out is not building. Your Body is breaking your body down. The rest is built afterwards whether it's food recovery and stress management stress management is huge stress management raises cortisol levels. Cortisol Zola break you down and it gets into this very vicious cycle so the the meditation you talk about. There's an APP called head space right Andy buttock. Oh that's your that's going to say but that little ways to center yourself ten minutes fifteen minutes I know it's on pro athletes use it in individual sports as well as team sports as part of their pre game ritual and it's just the way to center yourself and make sure you're taking care of you so that you can take care of all the things and all the people you need to in your life and hydride to the propels oversized their job. It's just a matter of yeah exactly what got US ed. NPR So for someone last question for me for someone who's just hasn't worked out in a while wants to move their body feel better but tends to just not be motivated. How how do you recommend people just get motivated. They did and start. I think the motivation comes from inside trainers say I'm a great motivator. Maybe the people I work with if they're not working out. There's very little I can say to move that needle right. If your contract as a pro athlete or your movie dealer your TV deal or your family is not enough up to get you to want to make that choice for yourself. I don't know what you expect me to tell you to get you off the couch. If you're ready to do it and you make that movement that I would say find something you like. Don't swim upstream because you've heard it was the best right if you if you hate running and you know you hate running. I would not suggest buying a treadmill just because you read that running was the most efficient shouldn't calorie burning exercise permitted invested. I would say fine if you like biking. Get the bike do what you like because they're doing more often. If you do it more often the results will come kind. Kinda improve on perfection. That's perfect. It's exactly exactly find something. You like doing find someone. You're doing it with easy question for me. you guys are both parents. It's what has being father taught you. That's the motivation for me the motivation I wanna be I WANNA do stuff with my kids or be able to do stuff with my kids. I don't want to be the parent on the sideline nothing against those people that's just not the role. I WANNA play at my my daughter says I want to go skiing. I want to do that if my son says data. WanNa shoot baskets. I'm asking you want to do that. I don't want to sit on the side. You Literally WanNa be amid a purse. It's everyday you make decision by on Wood Rot. My daughter's noticed nine. Raleigh would riley be proud of May doing this you know and like I don't know it's his internal motivation. How old is she as you on four challenge yeah my daughter coach my daughters. Avis Loan. She's back. There were so long for so long past the point where she's proud of being God. He's talking out. How how old are you Sloan. Riley will get their little pass. A move into the dining starts out well. Thank you so much. How can people can connect with you on a regular basis through social media. What are your handles per se. minds ask donor fitness on his when. I look at an honestly people have told me it's the worst use of your. I'm GonNa try to answer everything that comes in. I think I just think that's all right so you up gaining and mine's melts. MLC as one one or at training thank you guys so much. Let's give them a hand. Thank you all together. 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Gunnar Got Engaged, So Boomer Understandably Got Emotional

Boomer & Gio

15:04 min | 6 months ago

Gunnar Got Engaged, So Boomer Understandably Got Emotional

"I wouldn't normally open the show with something that has gone on in our personal lives but today I felt like it was a little bit different because something that went on in one of our personal lives also was a very public thing for many years and still is and I saw a picture yesterday on twitter. That meant more just what was in. That picture was really part of a culmination of many many years of fighting in talking and fund raising and flights speeches and sleepless nights gonorrhea science in engaged yesterday on President's Day and this is not any sort of over the top hyperbole. That picture really was about twenty five years in the making and I thought about you immediately and I wanted to talk about it right away because that's not a normal engagement. It's not something you knew was ever going to happen and it did last night so I wanted to give you an opportunity to talk about That's very nice of you. Go first and foremost I. You couldn't have picked a better person for Gunnar Darcy. His fiancee is just an amazing amazing human being in the change that she is. You know hat on. Gunner is just amazing and anybody who knows her knows them knows exactly what. I'm talking about so that that's first and foremost. She's an amazing person and she is re kick started his life in so many different ways. Which is what makes us all just so happy and so proud and all that other stuff you know. Yeah they got point hockey dump plant hockey one hundred text messages. I thought maybe Henrik got traded or something like that. That's the way I'm thinking right. I knew this was going to come sooner or later. Because they've been together up at Dartmouth now for almost a year and they love it up there. I've never heard him so happy in all my life. And this is everything that we've all been fighting for for years and years and years and years all our friends all of our family members you know. I wish my father would be here to see this. I wish my mother in law would be here to see this. I wish anybody. That's ever pass through gunners life who has passed on could have seen this because I I've never been so emotional after getting news like this because this is what ultimately we've been fighting for for the last twenty five years so yeah it's it's amazing and he told me that you know Valentines days a made up holiday so he decided to do it. I'm President's Day because he's a patriot and so is his fiancee. By the way Dr made for each other and my daughter Sydney you know very funny Darcy. The first time they met passed the Sydney test because that was the big thing she had a sitting test. Because Sydney's been down this road with before and The moment he or she met her. It was like this is going to be the one. This is definitely going to be. The one and a very unique person has got a very set way. The way he handles himself in the way keeps care of himself and takes care of himself but really not only. Did that happen but for about two years ago he started a new drug trial and that drug trial just as he said to me and we also had another emotional moment it it unlocked. His future is what he said to me. And that's when he decided that wanted to go to. Tuck School of business up there at Dartmouth. And he's done all of this on his own. We got up to this point. Now you apt to do what you want to do as an adult and make your decisions the way that you WanNa do it and all I can tell you. A reading his blogs over the last six to eight months. That kid is like. He is restarted his life. And for anybody with. Cystic fibrosis like him. When he got out of college it was he thought he was at end stage illness. That's how sick he was. And that's how much time and effort his mom put into him and the doctors put into him and he put into himself and I see what I see today and to feel what I felt last night. It's been like you said made all those really really long nights and hard days and traveling and fundraising all the more worth it. I wish ranked afford could be still alive today to see this because this is the guy that basically set the standard for fundraising in the world of cystic fibrosis. And all those families. That came before us so then also told last night because he lost his really one of his best. Friends Leah. Pharaon F- about a year and a half ago and I said I hope that you know you'd think that she's looking down on you and thinking about this. And that's the first person he was thinking about that if the drugs would have been available earlier maybe she's still be with us but it is an amazing amazing emotional feeling and I have to say I've never felt like that ever in my life. Well this is why you did all this right this. This is so I have a board I have gone. I say size and foundation. That's what I mean. It's a collective you I'm not just saying you as the individual sense but but all of this was to have moments like this for people with cf alike honor and all the others to have these moments to be able to go to school back to school again to be able to buy a house to be able to get engaged to be able to make a life with somebody else. This was this. Was the dream without question this. This was the dream you know. They don't think of as I thought back to the day. That Ghana was diagnosed. And how we're crying like babies that day and I called. My Dad was the first call. My second call was Frank Ford who lost his daughter. Alex to the disease. Avoid shoes eight years old. They did a movie on her. He wrote an eloquent book about her. And he was just so far intellectually higher than I ever could imagine and when I used to listen to him talk. I'd be mesmerized and I actually heard him talk in nineteen eighty nine and that was two years before Garner was born. And that's how I got involved in cystic fibrosis in the in the first place and then two years later I be get traded to the New York jets of all places and I get ready to go out onto the practice field in May of nineteen ninety-three. I'll never forget. Put My jet uniform on. It was going to be mini camp and Bruce Kozel was my coach my former offense coordinator in Cincinnati so I had a great relationship with him and his secretary came running out before I could even take a snap saying you know you got. You got a phone call. You GotTa get back in here and governor and was back in Cincinnati and on forget Charles said you gotta get back here immediately and gunners in the hospital and I went back to Bruce Causes Bruce. I gotta go back Satanic Gundersen the hospital for some reason and he was two years of age and he had been misdiagnosed at the age of one with cystic. Fibrosis it back to Cincinnati. And the first person I see as a CF nurse it says cf nurse on her on her on her name. Tag. And I'm like Oh my God I can't believe this and so it started a journey that is wrought in. I guess you would say some sort of like destiny or something like and I never forget after talking to Frank Ford. It was like a thirty second pregnant pause and then the phone he goes. I can't believe this. I can't believe this he goes well. We've always needed a high profile high profile person. So you're playing New York now this. It can't get any more high profile than this so I just want to say from the jets to the NFL to CBS to wfan radio. And everybody in between that has helped us fight alongside of the national. Cystic fibrosis foundation. This is like the crowning achievement of of all that time and all that effort so gone are is He is so happy which also happy. That's all that really matters. You mentioned the destiny part of it and if people haven't seen the real sports when Frank Deford was still alive that you guys did together talking about this Goes in all the detail of the things you were talking about and I remember you telling me this story and also being in the real sports where you showed up at that fundraiser. Frank to Ford is speaking. This was what was even a fundraiser. I didn't even know fundraiser. I was getting the like the quarterback of the year award. I believe it was more February or March of one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and they had all college quarterbacks there I had one at when I was in college so I knew I knew what the thing was but I didn't know frank afford was speaking that night. I think before I got my award. He spoke and there wasn't a dry in the dry house including me. And I had never heard of cystic fibrosis and told that night and went up and he said what can I do what can I do? How can I help you saw? I went back and became the face of cystic fibrosis fundraising in Cincinnati. And little did I know that. Cincinnati Children's hospital was like one of the renowned. Cystic FIBROSIS CENTERS. In the world is right there in our backyard. You know so. I had no idea so when connor was born he was not born in. Children's Hospital was born in Christ hospital and that was back prior to them. Actually checking things like this you know so we bring them home and he was fine and then all of a sudden about six months his life. I believe it was about six months. Started showing signs of cystic fibrosis. And I'm not thinking my kid. Has cystic fibrosis an athlete? I do? I know that I carry the recessive gene trait that I know that will carry the recessive. Gene I had no idea and so we had him tested at another hospital. Not Cincinnati Children's Hospital. That test came back false negative so we didn't think he had. We thought maybe it was asthma or something like that and then I try. And that's ninety two and ninety two. I have a horrific season and like I could understand why jet fans would say. Why would we want this guy but I needed to get out of there and I needed to get somewhere else and I needed to be with Bruce and it? Kinda of reinvigorated me and that's when we found out that gun ahead. Cf and I have to tell you the NFL. Like I always say this. I never make any apology for exploiting that platform. That they had given me couldn't have been any more supportive as a as the league. The team the jets and Mr Hess everybody else behind the scenes like things that people would never see. Had been a big part of what we had tried to build through this foundation. Knowing other time I really felt like I did last night. Was when gunners started our Empire Challenge Football All Star Game? I wasn't good enough to make the team. But the coaches around the team and people IBER ARE. Are you know game chairman decided that they wanted governor to play in the game and I I had no idea he was you know? I don't know where they kept them when I showed up but they hit him from me and that night I he goes running out on the field and the uniform on like what the hell is this right so he started the game in before the game. The New York City kids stood up. Walked across the line of scrimmage and all hugged goner before the game even started that that blew me away. A you couldn't find me anywhere because Mike was looking to put me on. Tv's that big. I crying over there Mike. And you're not gonNA find me here. Yeah that's how I felt last night and Those are the feelings that you hope for in life and all I can tell you that everybody that knows governor and knows. Dorsey feels the same way that I did last night. So it's I appreciate you bringing it up but you know it is out there because they put it out there. Of course you have to. Yeah but I mean like it's perfect. It's like the perfect thing for the perfect person and somebody who deserves so much out of life and he's GonNa get it now. Yeah and seeing him and we we see him a couple times a year the whole the staff here at boomer and Geo he's just he he looks incredible. He's full of life energized. You doing everything that's part of it you know. I mean he plays softball with us. I mean he's giving speeches. He's just like you wouldn't know about his life every single you know every single week. We don't this but this is the point like we are living a medical miracle in the world of cystic fibrosis. People realize this the amazing breakthroughs that have come through just in the last four or five years now. There are about ten percent of the patient population that these new drugs are not helping and we are still fighting for them you know we still deal with the FDA we still deal with pharmaceutical companies and insurance companies and Medicaid and Medicare. It's it's never it's never ending. As always a fight and gunners right there at the forefront of that fight and he shares. His Open rawness about certain things that sometimes. I have to take a step package. Whoa wait wait wait you know but I wanted to be honest. I want him to be truthful and I want him to say what he feels because know no matter how he feels. He's the only one that truly knows what it's like. Living with this insidious disease in our family so I let them go and do his thing. And he's a man. Now is going to be twenty nine in April which is amazing because when he was diagnosed the median age was nineteen and it's rapidly increased. And it's gotten only gotten better and this new drug that VERTEX has brought from the test tube to the patient over the last five years has been nothing short of a miracle cure but it has such a profound impact on the different aspects of cystic fibrosis. As I said to me last summer he goes. My future is unlocked at the age of twenty eight. He tells me his future was unlocked and today was a- last night was a part of that future which was amazing. Congratulations to governor and Darcy incredible stuff. Last night he did post a picture on his twitter account. If you WANNA go check it out there on Ice Skates on presidents that your son right there. The other thing he says may goes dead. Valentine's as it made a holiday. I'm doing it for like a real great American holiday President's Day you know. They're both unbelievable patriots and they have very kind of same view of the world. And that's why you know there's there's somebody for. Everybody needs to found each other because of their friends. Put them together and it couldn't. It was a match made in Heaven. It's boomer and Geo on the fan and CBS sports network. Take a quick break. We're just getting started this morning. We'll come back a jerry. 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Colorado Vacation & Podcast Announcement!

Make Speidi Famous Again

27:19 min | Last month

Colorado Vacation & Podcast Announcement!

"Thank you for listening to this podcast. Wine production now available on Apple podcasts podcast one spotify and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Hello welcome to a new episode of the Spidey podcast. We are joining you from Colorado. Oh. My Gosh, it is so beautiful here. Literally cry looking at the mountains every time I look out I feel like I'm home. I'm so happy. It's unbelievable in such traumatic. Things are going on. You just want to go home. You know so even though I've lived as much is my home such? A big part of my heart is here, so she's so nice, feels like my family and gunners so happy and Yeah, I'm just. It's nice to just breed them out an air. Get out a little bit. Bit So if you can go camping or anything like that I highly recommend a quick change of scenery, so it's just so nice. We went to Aspen I. While we started with the flight and woke up at four thirty, am after such a long night of our dog being up on I, Garner being up on a so we like zombies got on the airplane with airport was great. Everything was great. Everyone's wearing masks, which was comforting and good, and everyone was great with that, and then on the flight gunner loved it. He literally jumped up and down in his seat when we land, he's. Had so much fun and we rented a car and we drove to Aspen, because normally. There's a direct flight from L. TO ASPEN, but that wasn't being. So as I can set getting stuck at Dia, which happens ally just because the mountain air and I mean the weather and everything like that, so we rented. The car drove to Aspen car. Trip was great. Gunner was so good at it halfway through. Sanzar GonNa worsely Bang and I clicked out of my navigation because I thought that I was going the wrong route, I only went one way almost my whole life. And then there was no internet. No, I can't get back in and I. Don't know this one road. It's telling me to get on so I just kept going on Mike I know near that town where it said there should be service suspensory except on like the navigation is our game anyway as it did work and we found this awesome past you over and. And it was great. It was really fun though waking up to. Two. I think we're lost. There's no service and Mrs Wire wanted to get a satellite for the chip and the next time we do a mountain road trips will have satellite phone and but yeah, it was fun. Governor Heart gone ended up working out, and we went the way more beautiful way, which is where we're planning on going. That's where the navigation had us. The whole time was going on that road. Yeah, but you would have turned off on. The old layer had a few yeah. Yeah yeah ended up being great and got us there. Governor is being such as your is definitely really worried, because ever since Kobe has happened I mean he's been home for three months straight. Even when we go to the beach or anywhere for few hours, he starts getting upset and Tang home home. Dogs for a fraud from are like. Oh, no, are we ever GONNA travel again? But he is not feeling. That way is like having the best frigging time ever and. We just got in on time and we checked in from the airport. So we have I've been doing firearms training with our son's Godfather dealt force legend of the D.. Word Shrek Ams all of Corentin every day. I would do my dry fire lessons with him. Because if you own a firearm, you should train which track in actually be a professional, and not just you know, own a firearm and not be safe so I wanted to continue with my training so I followed all of the TSA guidance and. American Airlines rules and got the proper hard case to travel with firearm, so we got there early at all the proper locks, and no amunition did everything right course, and so we get there plenty of time. We're good and I guess they have some machine that scans the box in the lady comes out is like all. The alarm went off. It's never goes off and I need my supervisor to clear before I can let you go. Go I am now waiting half hour forty minutes, and Heidi's now on the plane with Governor and I'm calling her like Hey, can you look on the United APP and find out? If there's another flight that I can take because I don't think man. I was like. Oh, can I leave this year and have somebody come? Pick it up and they're like. No. If you leave this here, you are surrendering it a or key Zach only. Doing that so finally, the supervisor comes. She was really nice. Jack we'll get you out of your fast so sprints fast as I can through TSA like out of a movie scene, and of course stupid hiking boots that I thought that I had broken in from wearing around the house, which is after talking height. He's Mama. tooker one year from nine mile. Every day, not getting hoped for another cocktail and find the Nikolic's or clicker so a run all the way through. Home alone movie or Sub Dan. And I get to the gate and to give my looking for my. Oh, my God my wallet. I left my wallet in the Little Dish Alway back at TSA. So keep mine. There's nobody line like everyone on the plane, so sprint all a back. Against it a time I sit down my seat I. Actually soaking wet like I was on a treadmill, so that was a fun little experience. Now I have learned to always have Kelsey who joins us to airport. Wait in parking lot so God forbid. This happened I could be like come around is taking too long. Put in this in, but I'm glad I did it because a train with Shrek last night and it's just something. Something that you. It's not like riding bike. You gotta just take it so serious and I. Definitely don't want to be a a gun owner. That's not beyond experienced in elite and everything that's going on in the world. It definitely made me realize it's more important to be able to check your family, and so far less people were like. Why do you need a firearms well forever? Situation again where you can't call the police. To protect my angel, wife and son in our house securely, so we is when the best part about this country and the police did say we hope people are armed at home and can protect themselves, because we can't so that's great and I felt so much safer because in the middle of the night on this river house. We're in the middle of nowhere. The door slammed crazy for the win. Okay, no matter what we're. We're safe. So an on that story. Spencer texted me on a plane with gun or intercedes or right before we get on, he's like. Is there another flight and I know it is solely? Are you serious right now? And fights are so hard to book right now I thought it'd be so cheap and easy and everything like the ticket was so much more expensive. Enter like there's no guarantee for the flight was all. All crazy, but we did make it and we are safe and we are rates, so we stayed in Aspen, for four nights three nights we stayed at this house, which was awesome, forgot her on the river, and he had so much fun running around, and we saw my dad, and I went horseback, riding with him and Spencer Watch Gunnar, which was such a big deal because I used to ride with my dad every summer. Summer, I mean so much. That's like horseback riding. You know we owned a horse together that we just saw last year, and we always had horses, and that's just part of our bond. Per the past three years I was pregnant and Nanna had owes nursing the so I didn't haven't written with him in a long time, and and it was so awesome added just tearing up like seeing my dad riding his horse and. Get all national Yeah, it was just such lessons those so great at Spencer to that. Spencer is on a whole different adventure with Gunnar in town taking on the toy store and yet so anyways I called them like okay I think it's GonNa is bedtime and he's like. Yeah, that's what we're doing right now. But now I heard your voice in everything is a little derailed like sorry by getting the Carthy May. We'd get McDonald's and we head up the valley. Of course. The highway is shout so the show it was shut down for like four hours and my dad for God that there was another way there has to be one other way to ask. Ask like I know there's a back road or something, so we ended up finding the back road. Thank God and Got Home and then my sister came, and my other sister came, and we all spent a we went up in the Gondola the next day, so it was really we spent one night in the little now and then I definitely just had a little too much to drink, and not enough water and sensors that was a wild woman going through town because I get so loud with Gunnar, dislike fun and I guess. I totally forgot we were in public. Just got a text from It's just never ends with just a so many trolls in. Horrible people just always trying to to sabotage everything. It's just such a dark world we learned in. It's it's admitted. Just keep praying. Maneki praying for all these trolls that it's just nuts. And so that was such a great part of the trip, and then the next morning I was so hung over I didn't think that I could drive aggressive. You and I was like. Oh, this is not going to really hope. I really hope we don't throw up sensors like I. Think we're going to have to stay here, but I wanted to get to crestview. Because this is my favorite part and I didn't I spend extra money and another hotel. So I got in a car and we may do. We got a late checkout got some food and so fricking happy to be here. And then my die came over and made us dinner last night, and Gunnar eight so well, and then he slept through the whole night. He slept like nine hours straight which he never ever does such miracle. He did such a good job sleeping such a good job. Eating any does loves being with family so much, so that's so great, and then it's just nice to be out of the city, and all the chaos and craziness of everything, so according to my dad. Everybody's moving out of the city because nobody wants to live anymore. Nobody wants to live where in the city which city Dad said. Everyone's moving out of cities. Breaking news the hit. Heidi's Dad knows where everyone's moving. So that hint that were moving out of the city I. Don't think you ever run by the city. You're I was just curious on the same page here. What else pre Colorado? We haven't podcasts for a minute. Because the world has been on fire, we've been hiding, but yeah. I'm ready for a reset in new frequency for planet earth and I keep praying for. And it's just so wild. How fast the world has changed You like so many people are just constantly on edge in a bad mood, and you know like when even restaurants sometimes I mean not everybody. There's a lot of great people I got yelled at yeah. I am our tables right behind us and I just jumped up to grab governor because he ran away from the table, so I didn't have time to get out. Every single person at every table is not wearing a mask the. These Laws Not China Shady Las Smart obviously lawmakers. I'll do this, so please don't put me on a list for. An anti any of your laws is just using how all these people can sit around with no mass, but then if you get up from your chair, which is right near people anyways and go to grab your kid. That ran away. If you get screamed at, put your mask on, I didn't have Heidi time to put a mask on Shit. Was He jumped up? Kidding like it's crazy, so it's like there's no logic going on with so much stuff right now. I think yeah, so it's just so weird I don't understand it in so I. Guess now you can't spread it because with your hands because I had Kobe. You know everyone was using hand sanitizer. Good. All restaurants never go. Nobody has gloves on some do where every hills hotel. And that's it Oh speaking of the Beverly Hills. Hotel shout our favorite producer that took us out to reopening of the hotel and treated us to caviar which. I still actually like the taste or the experience more think I do. Your point, but with all the. You know there were no mccue. Yet. A A C in. Two minutes of the other side things making it, so that was so fun to get back in, but yeah backed with Heidi saying. People are just so on edge everywhere I thought it was just an l., A. Thing and I in this whole thing going viral right now with these Karen's things is just turns I. think everybody is a Karen. If you think everyone seems like they're on edge like waiting for a problem, but did you mention that? First night here, my entire back rashed up. On last night? That was cool. Entire back is red rash from sleeping so I am clearly extremely allergic to dust mites. That's has to be when it is. The second touched his bed by entire back, lit up with a rash, so has to be US might or Maybe, they washed it with something. That's. A different, it's a fabric that you never ever have on. Your skin was different detergent and dust and sure so the combination we've had such a good attitude about it and so proud of you I know how hard. Edged sorry. But. It's definitely just so much. Going on the good news is we got the syrup. binge-watching shows again so Heidi's obsessed with outlander for all of our think I've said it. Yes, you're still what you're now. Nowadays in three three, there's five. I'm having outlander withdraws being here because. Normally I put down and then while he calls me in and out of bed, like Mama like checking on him, I watch outlander between, but I haven't seen it so I think that's what I missing the most. At believed butter slept through the whole night. He didn't wake up one time. It was hard to celebrate when I could feel my skin. It was like a real allergic reaction, because it was like actual pain in my neck and back having right, it's hard to breathe. Like severe allergy attack. Yeah, I don't have allergies and I had it. A little bit on my back. Side plays a large somebody. Set us of life is so weird, but no I didn't get this elry nursing. Right, Nike. still Yup great great news and I got four hours straight, and then three and a half s the mostly fricking ever. I can't even remember the last time I slept that much the night before that I was every hour because I drink too much and Gunnar. It's hard to sleep in the same room because he keeps making noises and every noise makes i. wake up so now. He's in his own room next to us. which is so great in the night before that governor was there so I haven't been able to sleep in so long and then I love dogs so much. Much, but one of them has severe pain, and he goes to the bathroom every night in our room and he doesn't even make annoy, so we can't hear all of a sudden. I smell it in a here's little tapping and there's P. Oliver. He's a tiny dog. I don't even know how he goes to the bathroom. This much tweed does it once or twice and wakes me up and Nang on her wakes me up, so it's just been so hard I told Spencer Rainbow our dog keeps doing this. I'm going to have to sleep upstairs because I just issues too much, so our house. Sitter right now. She has gone rainbow into such a good rhythm, and giving him his medicine right before. That's actually working I, think I wasn't timing it right. And, then yeah, I don't know, but my great was just him. on-track gunners on track, and we will all be integrate place. Yes, and God willing the hills still coming back. It keeps getting pushed, which is good news because I would like to lose the forty five pounds I've gained during Kobe. Which is, it was impossible to not gain that type of way because I eat so much fruit in Burn it off and Ju Jitsu and weightlifting in my just leaving the house and walking around, so yes, I probably should've hiked more. It was just hard. It was like a definitely in a fun guy got over social media which I never thought I would. It was just so much negatively. Everything so for mediating stop snapchat adding some actually glad that we got another little window that once we get back from Colorado. I can start eating clean. Take a few weeks off, drinking, and just get. Kinda back in. Looking like actually on a hide for myself facing camera, it's A. Out Who is that? Sell vk rats forty five pounds right. Yeah, well, I've gained twenty, but I lost five. So that's good I'm on my way to getting allegedly. That is a new scale, so I'M GONNA keep at. Home with that scale. Yes, that is the best scale. Oh Governor is having so much fun. He recognizes everybody. Loves his. Cousin is as obsess? He does his hand handy like holds out his hand for everyone to hold him and. He can say Mimmo and Spencer's definitely over it because governor. has a hard time pronouncing words so I can hear, he says Gan Gandhi for grammy, but it kind of sounds like a d like a my mom says is dandy I hear the girl. He's trying to wear the Gandhi and then Spencer case thing. He's saying Dad Dad but Mike Guys Hulo. They're two completely different sounds so I'm working on that, but he says by, and he woke up crying for my dad this morning going memo memo by memo, which was so sweet, so it's just a nice. That gets time, and I'm pretty over this new nickname. It does not sound like grammy I hear Gandhi. The now he says you. Get, we ought to work on the Mormon were. Grammy here Darlene gun her knees Darlene. Let's not go that route. Okay? Oriented under the toy story here later is favorite thing in the world. He just put this. I think probably a lot of kids, rocks, dirt, and some flowers, steak, and various employers, a few little rivers upon anything like that. He loves being outside. So this is just such a perfect place for him in running around. It could just like Brian so much open space. Oh my gosh, before his now by just try to take him to the park and a little preschool was at this park because it's kind of random parts that no one ever goes to. And he saw the kids and I'm like there's children over there. We can go and he goes no. No No, my part, my part and it was sad that he didn't want to be with the kids, but they did look intimidating, and they're four or five, and they were all screaming and say do understand, but he definitely got a little sad is. Is, so you you such a sweet boy? He's so funny is so sweet, but he's tough, then I mean he just yeah. He has a lot going on. What else have you been binge watching well? We've been listening a lot to the adult and fury books. Are you have the book until? We. Yeah, so great audio book is All Dalton Fury's book about the action. Character Colt Rainer, which is actually how I met shack. Was You're the author Dalton Fury so? Very sad is rest in peace. You passed away of cancer, so no new books are coming, so we went back to listen to the old books that I had already read. Heidi's not been talking talking as much I just did three one hundred thousand. When like yesterday? Took like good couple of weeks. I did and I realize just need to? Do It's Harvard Tiktok because you have to search so long and like find the ones because they don't want to. Just look at the the younger girls in the dances, because I don't really have time to be memorizing dances with Governor and are easier and I can do him, but the like little a word things are easier like funny skit, so that's why it took some time off. Wish you'd never did. You were just about to get famous? Even though we don't care and this is the Spidey podcast what I try to get famous again for everyone joint talk to during coeds completely changed the algorithm like I was so much more famous on it before or successful whatever new APP. Out. But your prayers is getting a lot more view, so you gotTa eighteen thousand viewed prayer, and the other day before you deleted. It was amazing. Thank you so felt. The Holy Spirit I your anointing thank you is supposed to do it yesterday, but I didn't but his father's Day. Oh, and happy father's Day to Spencer and all the DADS out there happy belated father's Day, and we were driving for it, but we had a great breakfast into the state regis in gunners. Okay, Happy Day. Saying so that was great. ooh Thunder. LOVES LIGHT AND EASY I wake up for success. We've been praying for thunder and lightning. So yeah happy father's Day. That was a great father's Day had for me for you. Yet I was I had a lot of fun. I totally having fun. At a great attitude you know it's. The mountains I'm adjusting I'm turning more into a mountain person. I used to be more of a Mexico person, but Kasit safer here than probably Mexico Costa Rica has no covid cases, so that would have been pretty safely, but no. Your family's here. I'm so happy to be here. Anki I appreciate ear. Where we can fly your family to Costa Rica in like like everyone saw the resort Costa Rica. Sure everyone. The good thing is my sister is so successful. They can all fly themselves. Really. We could all meet there. We're GONNA play member. Do Thanksgiving in Mexico before with all my family last year? We're thinking about it, but we can do that. We can definitely plan a trip instead of coming here for one spring or one thing. And I could just here where weekend acco- when we like a jet. Twenty years thirty forty. But Yeah, what else here? Let's talk about Steve Our incredible producer. Engineer what a blessing he is for you know is just been so on top of it, so let's just end this podcast with talking about our gratitude for Stephen. How amazing he is and how thankful we are for him and how? He wouldn't even be doing podcasts deal if we didn't have see who is so awesome. Are Fads. Our listeners if you're still here, but it is hard to be a podcast you now that it's equivalent to an story, however single human, you know I feel like aiding Cam Kardashian era and now she's in a few didn't know Kim is be on spotify talking about criminal justice cases. His I'm sure that's who you wanted to hear all about criminal justice for identify who there's more thunder. Are Idea, so steve was pitching that we could start because we used to watch reality shows obsessively in. We could go back. Some of the top shows and Kinda do the best of and we kind of do recaps because we are going to experts in reality television. That's our our one talent, so if you want to tweet at us all. Leaving our review section and he shows you WANNA watch with us, or you're watching and we can. We need to go back out like we started jersey. Shore sees one now so fun, but I want I was good show. Somebody's shows. The people know about like party down south to watch season one apartment on south again. Oh, I don't know if I'm going to be watching. Siesta key anymore on a thing, you know unfortunately for one of their stars. behavior. You obviously understand why the network and MTV did it. They didn't have a choice, but now that was such an important piece to the story. It's going to be hard to watch Siesta key with that person that was fired. So that's that was a hard one because we always talk about Siesta, key in the premier was last week and I wish they hadn't broke the news to me I. I stopped watching. was hard to even watch, but hopefully Juliet steps it up and you know she could become a superstar, and now she's dating billionaire. I still have hope, but it is frustrating. The love triangle is just getting so good, so that was pretty hard I. think they'll keep so much of the same drama. They just aren't GonNa have his side of what happened in the drama. 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More Fires & Heidi Health Scare!

Make Speidi Famous Again

57:57 min | 9 months ago

More Fires & Heidi Health Scare!

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on Apple podcasts. And podcast one. This don't miss all the hottest what is content from Hulu with reality. Seeing competition shows like the Massingir which is one of my favorites and the voice and the funniest comedies. Like Bob's Burgers family. A Guy South Park and it's always sunny in Philadelphia which I haven't missed an episode of because it's one of my favorites Hulu has TV. You love and I love obviously and and you can bend you anytime with plans. Starting only five ninety nine a month. What deal so? What are you waiting for? Don't miss your favorite content. This ball go to Hulu Dot Com and start your free trial now Welcome to a new episode of Make Spidey famous again. That's not the main all right whatever. It should be called gunners parents. Aren't we like this every time anyways. Hello everybody what a crazy week. It has been over here in Los Angeles at the pro choice in California. Such a tragic wiegand such as tragic time. I'm so sorry for everybody who's been affected by the fires. Definitely praying being for every person in the animals and God blesses firefighters. I mean fires are horrifying and their song predictable. Nee Spread so quickly Lee and Ya as a lot so I'm hoping everybody's okay. I'm sorry if anything has happened and Yeah just lots of lots of prayers for everybody out there. We got the call. I guess our neighbors have been trying to reach us since like two thirty. Am Our phones. Ron Silent because governor owner and I kept I was awake. I kept thinking someone was actually breaking into the house and so I kept looking on our cameras I guess it. It's the neighbors but thank God. Actually our phones were run silent because it was the first night Gunnar slept eight role one of them eight hours straight. And you know I wasn't because I kept thinking someone came in and but what four thirty you woke up and set off the alarm. No let's now or and playing musical sleep training Games uh-huh and I heard him crying so I woke up and now he's checked my phone. Iv like what time is Heidi still up at set. Check my phone. I have to it calls for my mom maybe and at least one from my older sister and what the Furyk Cycle Miller sister back is like three. Am She's I. I my mom's house. I left evacuated. Because she was in. Brentwood where the getty fire actually was and so sad two of her best friends. Actually the house burn down as very close to all this action so but to me. She's so so far away. Sounds like okay like high winds whatever. I wasn't panicking because I have a real gauge of where that was I- stop and then everyone's like with these embers can fly for miles and Even trying to do the math but it seemed very far away so I don't think we went in full panic mode like all. Our neighbors like everyone on the street was going very intensely aware half panic mode for sure or mostly I mean we are packing up the House House. We're packing up all our belongings. We are trying to figure out a plan. We add our go bags The fire looked so close at night. Looked right over the hill so I had been with Gunnar every hour on a I was so tired. I I just didn't think I could move so so tired and then spencer sets off the alarm and I'm like someone is breaking in. Oh my Gosh I was right and I was ready to go. You know home defense mechanism and then Spencer's sorry. There's a fire and I'm like Oh my gosh and then I just keep trying to put down. Finally he falls asleep and then Spencer's fencers packing and Governor keeps waking up every twenty minutes and I'm like I can't pack. I can't help. I need to get all of our forms and need to get like so much stuff that only I can get. Finally he fell asleep leap and slept for like two hours. And so yeah. Spencer's Dad came up here. And we were packing up and everything Well it was a good thing and one sense because Jenner's obsessed with planes and shout out to the superstar for Kim pilots. Come in on. Those planes at sunrise is Governor those clothes things ever seen and he actually went out and sat in a chair watching. And it's now is positive positive But Yeah I realized you know packing up. The house is just puts everything of respect like buying anything for you can't carry all this stupid frick you'd wait. My back still hurts and then packing and unpacking. Because they're we know there were like it could come back wins and gets out so it was just playing that game Mike spilling cars with stuff is so mentally emotionally emotionally draining thankfully we had things to fill up obviously and bring back into a house so it's very positive. Yeah everything in respect to I I yeah I I was. I don't want to buy anything. I don't want anything of value that I'M GONNA have to leave in a house like just so crazy and I'm thinking what are the only only what are the few items of clothing warmer. The few things I want for governor like what matters when we have four dogs and packing them up so I ended up leaving with Governor later that morning to the beach house in Santa Barbara because unlike even if it's not mandatory evacuation or anything like income not risking anything with Gunnar and our dogs and the smoke was so bad that I didn't want to stay here anyways so I went to Santa Barbara with Gunnar and the dogs and then my mom is supposed to land three hours later. So she's at the airport getting ready to board her flight. And I'm like mom I've been. I'm trying to get a hold of you all morning. There's a fire like I don't know what to do. I'm going up to Santa Barbara. Do think you could fly in there so we found one flight that left at the exact same time as her flight and so she waited in line she got up to the front and they were like Oh. Your daughter has to book because she's the one who did it so sorry can't help you you so I'm on the phone with American Express while Garner is sleeping and I'm whispering going around point Magoo thing I'm going to get cut out any second. I have five minutes to get my mom on on this flight. So she leaves the gate that she's at risking missing the flight to La. And thank God. She didn't plan to La because people couldn't even get out of La ex So somehow miraculously my prayers her persistence. And just God's favor got her on that flight at the exact time so I don't know if it was was hurry me but I got a confirmation from this awesome guy at American Express Platinum services that was like this is the new flight. Your mom is on and because of the fires and everything the way the change fee was waived with united which was awesome. Because I was like two hundred dollars so we got her into that flight the minute it was boarding last seat last minute and I'm so glad because if she came later I she would get uber. Gunnar win of seeing her so we got picked rep at five o'clock and then governor saw the flights and it was so funny salsa airplanes upfront and my mom played with him and it ended up being so awesome. Meanwhile I was saying now with my dad who thankfully my parents live down the street so just having it was great to have. My Dad is backup as just like oh you could play. Adult like bows a nice little vacation mentally of of like okay. Whatever you say that you got this yeah that that was nice and it's so nice? He's so busy working all the time. That I You guys had some time together and we're always here so when we're at the House with you and your parents all about governor and everything so busy like like tonight when your dad came over and having a meltdown. It's not as fun like you guys. Just sit and that's good for him to see his daily chill dot like after he just dropped his plane on his fell off the couch. Like jumping around like he's just so wild that by the time is seven o'clock at night before he goes to bed. I it's a Tasmanian Angel. He's so tired but that's so nice for you is just have like MLS Cup. We watched the world series. Every now was so very but it was was way harder added Avenue Wider dickey. Love Breaking News today marks. We know Nice Little Night Catalina Frat a weekend today no prouty pours. Heidi was trying to get rid of her back pain so she got on forgiveness. Anti inflammation as has in drink. I wasn't gonNA joy any red wine without Heidi. She's the life of the party. So because you're way way more fun as boring without allowing your fun fun so I'm not trying to Heidi Heidi the obvious. So of course Heidi takeover what now. We're not even again for the right reasons. It's just crazy. Yeah so I'm in Santa Barbara with my mom and I'm like Gosh. Worst stomach ache from this medicine. Every time I take it like my stomach is in severe ear pain and my mom's like that's not normal and I'm like I know it's one of the side effects sick. Please just call your doctor. I call my doctor. And she's like absolutely not. You should not be having that you might have stomach bleeding This could be really serious if it doesn't go away. I need you to come in and do further tests so now I'm on these other third to medicines trying to. I was only on that back medication for three days. Like the anti inflammatory. And it's so frustrating rushing because I didn't want to take this medicine and I don't even take tylenol or Ibuprofen you know I'd like to try to avoid all kinds of medications because you know on my body and I didn't want to take this. I'm just being silly. It's modern medicine like it's going to help my back. They see. It's only. It's a prescription stronger than Ibuprofen. Be Proven I would feel silly if I didn't try this route so I try it even though I like. How do weird feeling against trying it and then I I had the stomach? Problems still have the stomach Pain it's not as severe but it's still constant and I'm going to have to go in tomorrow and do all these extensive tests and see what is going on now so I wasn't asked. Have you ever had ulcers stomach problems before I was like yes. Those is told in Costa Rica that I actually had an ulcer. And she's like Oh Costa Rica. There's one bacteria for stomach problems. That's only Lianne Costa Rica and I was like yeah. We did the show and the celebrity. Get me out of here and we had to like a cooker on food and water six. Oh No oh my gosh what a nightmare cannot believe you did that. Yeah that would cause severe problems. I'm so glad you're okay She's like we need to get this tested right away because you could still have that bacteria from Costa Rica years later like we need to get you treated so it did all end up being a blessing to sky is because I do think I still have And problems from Costa Rica and I need to get that sorted out so but yeah no wine lost some way. ooh exciting my guys so yeah. We're no longer just not drinking red wine watching reality shows because he has a back here from Costa Rica to have the spidey still aw relaxing for you. It's still nice. I'll pumped up off of all his and the green goddess. I've been drinking every. Ah I think chill on these Shah air one green goddess Exa- about the menu home to read and Google. 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AM moving and he was like moving towards the floor. And I just laid back down in his little DAKATA on the floor made him like a little bit on the floor because that's what Sleep in the city told me to do and he loved his little bit on the floor. The first night was way to cold. And I think that's why he kept waking up but gosh nine hours and forty five minutes is just on believable and we did so much fun stuff and it was so nice speaking my mom up there at the airport and we went to the beach and we ate really a healthy realty. Yeah Cavalier Eating Delgado's ones yeah. It's not really Komo MOMS type of food. And we're not Margaritas in her only race. There I mean I guess he would eat the. She's everything everything your mom needs e good tacos. That's why bring her to Kelly's some good Mexican food. Yeah do have really good salads. I forgot they. It's because she loves screw. It was just Margaritas. This is not to go so Parents went this weekend and skipper out of Cadillac Margarita. Again as we told them not to. They're they're huge. They're like a second pitcher they give you so much we don't even get cadillacs. We just get ready for size. Margarita CADILLACS for Young Party or my parents so Mommsen's via video of my dad like up in a tree cutting hedges. She's not even a Cadillac. Margarita like chills him out on my Gosh Party guy well. I'm so glad for you is that you had so much fun. Heidi is already moving last night. He slept three consecutive hours and then he was up every single our kid brother. revelry lively and noisy festivities especially when these involve involve drinking a large amount of alcohol. I love those tight over. Show that means they have fun together. Not Rivalry that's great. They seem best friends. That's what I hope for our kids. I saw this little boy today Beck at the soccer you know the one who always it demonstrates the older one zero somebody just so he was there with his younger sister and he was putting his arms around her and hugging hugging her and they're three years apart and the mamas saying how they're like little best friends and they were like cuddling on the couch together and hugging and it psych. Gosh I really really really hope. Our kids are very close. Your real gangster that year even in and Floral Energy at all times with everything you go through. You could just hurts. It's mind boggling and hear about Deva watching another you do. The trumpster toys is hard. I think it's because I m path and I just feel beal things so intensely and now it just doesn't how penn that's why I feel it too. I am so sad. It is so oh hard and it doesn't help him like it doesn't help him to like wallow in it or to react more like you know just like it. It just doesn't doesn't help your you've got a great poker face I'll just hide by abortions but he's I do we know it's funding. Then you're like having a vice played is not as heavy as taught about as we're heavier tested. A We're good at is so sad over ridiculous now but it's just part of growing up. We all went through a an wearing boots in the house on my can have indoor shoes making get a pair of nuts has my back has been hurting and then I put on May shoes and it helps a little bit. You know just running around on this thing up on wood floors Kinda tile no Alba. When I was his house all carpet purpose? Confirm that L. Ish. Yeah carpets have enough dog. PM on say the butter knife everybody every. Yeah that's very true So yeah it was a big week and then I. I was hoping to come back for Halloween because I really wanted to go trick or treating with Spencer and with Spencer's parents into be here. 'cause it's his neighborhood neighborhood. I wanted to have the memories here. A new how fun trigger treating would be for governor this year because he's just such a fun age for things like that about how long it lasts. I don't really know but I thought that okay. We'll try to get him in this costume. I had like three different costumes forms. We could pick one and and thankfully the air and everything cleared up and we came back on Thursday which was great just in time for trick or treating I had a severe migraine which may trigger treating really really really challenging But Gunnar looks so cute and he had his little wyan costume on and was roaring thing. And I'm so glad we got there right when we did at like four a thing next year get there at three thirty. Yeah because you got it. He needs time to like go to pursue. Should ask you what you will really external we can just do a recon next mortgage I brown. Yeah you need to get there. So the toddlers don't have the big kids knocking them around knocking them on knocking Mir on. Yeah they're crazy. As the first time I felt I saw. Thank you and these kids are looking at. You like Grandpa a really candy. sprinting from house out there so many houses I think there's like the candy competition. I mean if you really think about how these candies and these are. These houses are giving away how much money that adds up to. You got a movie theater in town bag of skittles and sears bars. I forty five dollars at the movie career. They're definitely bagging up for the year. Some real stakes. I saw some credible candy. Yeah there their large size with a toddler. I remember this Washer. You have to get there earlier so you can walk up to the house. He goes ticket. T is set it and he like lifted out. Everyone was an all like how cute he was doing that. Everyone was giving to Kenny's I'm like no one is good. And and then when he tried the first one he wouldn't leave the House till I opened the candy any bit. He almost had like a full candy or to you know but like one probably if I kept like opening it and giving them a little piece of it and then he would go to the next thousand have to stand there and eat that before he loved working the kid in town she had to shoot all up in her mouth like Mama Bird and then given the visas and then I never saw the rest that she did ship. She wasn't spitting handed out so I wish I should've. I should've been attest to lollipop. Lollipop will game Ferguson. Lebron skipper starts with my dad. You cannot do that. Heidi what old. You'll take them an hour. A search chewing it and biting and often often as like chunks lollipop killed Chowk. CEO was so fine and Spencer's parents were there and they had so much fun and we walked an expert miles. What my dad's taking this thing off the Patt- so you know is very went across the entire neighborhood was such on a mission relax slowdown scullery? Screaming Grip ahead blocks keys crying for you. This is what we're all here for his own heads have got to go to. Ed Sows off a nice glass of wine for us and a buffet so he was gone all the way across town and get a glass of wine and like buffet style. Keep in mind. Spencer's mom can hardly walk doc. She just got out of our cash poor foot. She's like slowly limping behind. We're only supposed to go like three blocks her costume. He said you need to Olympics. She shouldn't fire it. I said his skipper worse her scooter. She needs a scooter. Something what the phrase scooter. Yeah I'm like Dang being a saw mile so skippers running ahead gunners chasing after her. I'm trying to keep up with them. I don't want to miss this time. I feel bad first. Fencers Bomb Tom being left behind. Like I'm sorry I got to keep up with Gunnar to and anyways it was so funny and finding finally we had to just sleep then. Spencer's data's trying to stop at the free Taco place. I'm like are we need to get out of here. It is six thirty gutter has not had dinner dollar free. It's let's this. Is Somebody having a private party Taco cater in the driveway and skipper as goofy smile on his face. Like he's going to go. Oh come on some Tacos we doing. I will have a cooler for you full of wine to kill whatever you want and talk tacos pizza. I have a whole wagon full of stuff for skipper. These unbelievable I realize like why does he care which part of the town we walk through and I. I think we're the only parents in town without a Red Solo Cup. My Chali water. But you're this town is lit. I was like that Frick really missing out. On this thing. We did get inflammation medicine. The turned into back area. We sippy cup with the whole town. Dang so but ended up being so fun and then redressed Obviously now the flintstones gathered and want us to say took them off and then he didn't want me wearing my flintstone feet so I took those jobs then it looks like then some girl. She's like her parents so she got to be. He's grapefruit watermelon. What was a water about? That's funny no watermelon. Yeah yeah he's A. He's a watermelon. It's really funny and that Garnered took was strangling me with my necklace. My big plastic necklace look like little balls so then we went to air one after it had whole meltdown intense. Air Wall must auto does that is his place. Everyone one looks at me crazy. I'm like I have a toddler and he is meltdowns. And guess what it's designed to happen right here so I'm GonNa talking through it and if you look at me I'm going to Grad Gig. You Phase Heidi Beeswax. Can help you in the. Oh Yeah like Spencer is going to be coming anywhere near as pretending to be one of these shoppers. That lady over there. I should go China shop for groceries. Here Yeah Restaurant though. It is a market. Hit the day. Dare you say something new moon on little through my gosh. I was keeping a cause praying. Lord please help me right now. That's not the Solution Ed. And that's the thing once this once that it's like well you know what unfortunately you're GONNA have to learn in life that you can't have everything that you want either and you have to learn these lessons from a young young age so it's hard and yeah I'm I'm getting the brunt of it and it makes things more challenging but as easier in the long run it's like the sleep training this this would have been easier to do a year ago. So that's definitely what I've learned for the next baby. The sooner you get a good sleep pattern the better and then this lady came up to immune air today and was talking about like Oh enjoyed. It goes by so fast. Like have you heard of this new as yes fricking. Had it a paid so much money I I didn't use it and it's like such big regret. Let my friend borrow it. She said it worked so well. She's like Oh yeah. My husband invented that. And I'm like oh no use it like he he worked for five years developing it with MIT. And all the leading scientists and Blah Blah Blah. So definitely use it for the second one should use it for the first is one but now I know I'm not going to have the next one in the bed after three months or whatever but maybe not at all right or not but Gosh Kenner is getting the time when you're on on each other. Hopefully he's like him with the cat and he just wants to hold the baby and sleep with the baby Abigail brought over her hairless cat gloomy gloom that thijs for which sh should be a famous cat of issue just got A? They need to start talking like Haiti and yeah gloomy gloom 's So Jenner. I've never seen him more. Obsessed with a creature is this cat would let Gunnar hold the MIC. Her her so I wish we yet a cab for but our dogs would not like that. I'm just thankful awful. I learned we need to get way more survival food because all and markets were closed. And you get on streets. A high hit a lot autumn frigging doritos AD. 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One topping thin crust pepperoni Johny pizza sold at every day menu. Prices Pizza Pizza. Little CAESARS. Pizza Visa Yeah. You're right they yes kept saying Oh. I don't have any food here like well. He does I those way too fast. So you need way more those in emergency everyone is Kaitlyn Bristowe. You can listen to my show off the vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe every Tuesday on podcast. One take on taboo topics and unfiltered advice. Also dishing with some amazing celebrities. Oh did I mention. They'll be wine. Glass enjoy every Tuesday in PODCAST DOT com the new podcast APP or subscribe on Apple. podcasts decided we need to have a date eight night once a week where Avi put them to bed because coming up with foaming we're GONNA have to like leave for dinner and if it's all of a sudden and she hasn't put him to bed so I gone like one day a week. We need to have her start putting in a bed and we can come back right after or whatever but we'll have a date night and then then we need to head out. Heidi so funny. Do you think a uh no not more than one night and I pushed it but I I think this week we should have a date night where we go see the joker before it leaves and have abby put him down so we're going to start filming. Who knows when but when we do? I don't want it to be such a shock for governor and I think it's also also good for him to he loves abby so thank God that they have such a great little relationship and this week. I'm actually going to have abby at the house more you're going to have her Sir taking into his classes more so it kind of gives them that separation when he goes to preschool. That I'm not usually the APP preschool. Like maybe I'll take him once a week but in general. I need to start taking him into preschool. Because hopefully rogue into this school seems like we will and then and want that transition to be pretty easy. I thought that maybe school would be too much but he every time we went by when we were going last week and he pointed pointed and screamed on Friday school school. He's so excited going to school. It's unbelievable I'm like wow thank you God that he loves his school so much and it's like such a happy place and really. He's gone there since he was like one years old with these classes. No more But just take a breath a whole lot on becoming down when I would eat chocolate banana bread they got navy through so who knows what he's like Aldo. I wouldn't need that. I'm like whatever I don't care anymore. It's really good for your GERMOPHOBIC fauvism. Data's been really good for you. I think being a brother will be really good for governor because the world doesn't revolve around him so you know it's good to have interactions like that. It's good for him to have a little playmate. Yeah there's pluses and minuses. But I think there's way more pros and cons and I think it's going to be so awesome the rest of your life. You have someone who understands your childhood. Is there for so many memories and it's like I'm so close to my brother and sister. You're so close to your older sister sister. You know it's like I think that's a very important person in your life so she the first one of them so excited. I can't Dan believe you made me go downstairs outside yet. Is Mosquito Bites though since news. Sorry it's all good but it on your list but on the complaint was. Why don't we disagree down? I'll have it on it on the fridge. Things up all their you write it down read. Read it all pros. Let's roll this out. I'm so exciting. I'll read it either. You should write it out. I spun spawn. I don't have this list ready. uh-huh says he must be reading my handwriting. Everything says the letter all phrase so we have another other great story for my mom's birthday today. Happy Birthday mom and so she was here for birthday week. which was so fine? Spencer's giving her all this stuff. Before she goes the airport and Apple Watch. She spent all morning trying to set up her new phone and are out. There wasn't no it should. That's yeah you're back context or backstory because that sounds it should take like usually. I just walked SIM cards. And it's so quick but somehow on your mom's phone not only did the I- EMI whatever number need to be changed with at and T.. But some other number that took an hour and thirty minutes later for them to be like could the C. D. I c.. I could be wrong on my rea- to me so I read it and now is wrong so definitely not the way Heidi just Nada set up a forget. I vote at Apple. Watch out a few by now So yeah issue. We're giving her always gives her birthday's coming up and I know that her and superstar chef chef. Tim Eggar Hof love our Terex and I had a brand new backpack that shout out tactical distributors. Here's my boy. Robbie hooked up that I didn't realize during the evacuation packing in the middle of the night Packing up the whole the house so something out packed in the backpack and one thing about these very cool law enforcement style backpacks from from our Terex Leaf l e AF is the series is. There's all sorts of pocket so when I opened up and showed her like look. Your laptop goes here and it is. I didn't realize there is like a little extra pocket or whatever so fast forward so mom to the airport. I dropped her off it. So Oh sentimental. We're trying to keep gun away because He calls her a Yai. Yai is for Grammy Grandma However I oh I don't know So he's trying to not fall asleep. He's airplanes he gets all excited. She leaves he's crying so hard that she's leaving he so sad. I am trying to just like keep it together and trying to distract him and then I text from like. Hey did you get through the gay. Just WanNa make sure gutters falling asleep pope to the House dispenser like. Did you hear what happened your mom at the airport. I'm like why it all my Gosh. Just make sense is completely not responding to me. Well well I'm so excited I get a call from our excuse me get a call from her at that. She's like I love my new iphone love Manure Watch and said she's a K.. A. Very calm. which like definitely definitely different? But it's still common chill calm cool collected a trauma therapist. She knows how to handle any energy and she's saying you're sixteen of police officers and like Oh whatever. And she's like. Oh you know the backpack gave gave me. There was something that I can't fly with those like bad. She's like they said it's fine. I I can either throw it away or go back through security and put it in a checked bag as I thinking that she get like a CBD Vape Cartridge Hartridge thousand. My first thought because now you can't fly with those have to go all sorts of I don't know so that was my first thought like throw away and and she's a but they said they have to keep the bullets. Oh shoot shoot shoot shoot so I mike. What it wasn't a obviously wasn't those are in safe so yeah but packing up magazines in and now a knife it which is still mad knife would have been worse? Actually okay so a knife you could decent. You can't do anything. I have had to throw away knives. There were no but a knife. You'd have to sixteen cops surround surround you with a knife and maybe I guess I had a lot that surrounded me but she as a so then I call my mom. I'm like No she missed her flight. Then I'm like are are you okay. And she's laughing she's like oh my gosh they kept asking me. Do you have a good relationship with your son in law. Why would he do this you do you think he set you up up? And she's like no we have a great relationship is a and then she said to me. Well I thought we were fine. All these years was he plotting his revenge was does he just distracting me calling this morning and just making a joke tag. Oh I didn't know. Spencer wants to play these types against okay. Tell him I called. Does she think you pray. I hope not the only positive. Is that her shop to Maigov freaking parents. I guess the ninety dot the funniest. Yeah they were laughing so hard so that was yeah fish. Thank God my mom is such a good attitude and it was like no worries. I was just I didn't know Oh you know I didn't want throughway something valuable and changed my flight if I needed tumor Smith. She's like Oh God I throw it away so the whole thing. Okay was quite the run. Obviously if you have a magazine. Any ammunition are a firearm. That she didn't but but you if you're interested But if you have any ammunition or Magsi make sure putting your checked baggage. The following the rules are but yeah and Spencer. Check the backpack by. I didn't dig my hand in like that's the lesson many backpacks date man. It was in a pile in the garage is running out and say it's been quite Philippeville pile evacuation stuff. I realize so. That's been a lot but the house is getting back in order and I'm so thankful for House being here and being fine. Uh what I did realize though is really if you watch the hills all now's and solitaire respect but not respect the road even staying around in Malibu fire surrounding if I even saw dark smoke near me or fire era. It's the stay around your house. I think is very reckless. Like there was never a moment. Like oh I use a fire was coming down on the Hiller up the hill I was going to stay here and try to put it out with water and hoses I mean. Thank God. He's alive so you see these fires that is bananas go so fast that's the thing there so uncontrollable and so on predictable Kelsey who works at Pratt. Daddy Osprey we of podcast since the Highland Highland story very I don. I don't know we talked about it or not. But Anyway Sh- she was saying someone's like Oh. I'm not scared of fire. She's like well. You must never have been near one or like threw. Eggs are all the Santa Barbara Fires and her House they're burned down and she's like they're just so unpredictable but global warming. It's a real thing but people say there have been California fires for a long time but this is definitely the worst some praying for rain. Please please God bring on the rain. Come on Lord. Garner has a doctor's appointment tomorrow and I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow so a lot of Dr our staff. We're GONNA have a date night roof joker runaway till we can ever wear them in that movie theater. Well maybe I'll get the okay knows you ever. I WANNA cheese. Yeah that's what are you GonNa do an impregnate doc doc. Drink how much you did drink. Sometimes a handful. Yeah so our applies slight. Why do you tell me that it's you're so and I can't be your level plan right? Turn on the future a music. You're a real fun verse. I drink drinking running around. It's not about that. Bishop feeling a little relaxed and it looks like it's more fun him on issues like I was like. Oh I missed that glass champagne kinder it relaxes me but also so give me like the extra boosting the night to like clean the house do this. Oh It gives you energy. I'm like yeah I don't know uh-huh keeping you in the game get at least you did it for a little bit of the UFC. Last night. I lost an hour my sleep for nothing. So she's she's died like I am going to bed. This is ridiculous here that I actually went to watch a remax rematch. Though you WANNA watch for the first time. You didn't watch. No I watched most. I wish three rounds you saw in two rounds this despite over I'm going to bed that's fine. Yeah I certainly don't tell any sort of with the breaking news on drudge. Report right now is Conway Headlinin Kanye flock praises crisis and it's thousands of people in front of a cross and my favorite story is how he's thinking That he last year how to add As quote last year he made one hundred fifteen million and ended up still thirty five million in debt this year. Here he looked up and he just got sixty eight million return to me on my tax returns. Who's his tax attorney like? We need to talk to Shutout Liz. Liz wait is Konya doing that. Easier than average money back. Well probably write-offs write-offs and Blah Blah Blah. It's like everything probably went through with a write offs that he five years ago. Yeah are from whatever so turns sixty eight that year the year before I don't know and then here's the part that the donating all that to godly things in the church and to people in the world who are suffering and he said absolutely God show enough he shell. Now yee's worth three billion Kanye. West works for God so turning all that money and yeah. That's what I mean. If you're claiming either Joyce Meyer Joyce Meyer is a huge minister and and yeah. She takes some for success but most of her money she gives away Archea in all due respect to actually just might. You don't know about any servite hands while I get a breakdown every month because I'm part of the Joyce Merge she oh. She resigned her. Well it says what all her different funds funds that are going to and all the different things that she's invested in all the different churches and so no it doesn't give a financial fulbright per I'm just saying I think the night have no problem with it. I believe I would. Joe Hostile says on TV wants to have everything. Yeah I love that. So why don't these preachers like idei. Ed Joyce Joel They WanNa get people want to pay them tons of money. 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A Sense Of Shape With Time (PODCAST  SEASON 7, BALLISTIC RADIO EPISODE 305)

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A Sense Of Shape With Time (PODCAST SEASON 7, BALLISTIC RADIO EPISODE 305)

"Join us in a world where you're listening to ballistic radio. Sit back as we discuss hard one of the best of personal competition shooting tune into three house to offer. Let us help you help yourself. No matter where you are in your personal path ballistic radio brought you by lucky on recall federal cream every they paid for it so don't now here's your host. John Johnston welcome to ballistic radio brought to you by Lucky Gunnar dot com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this so you don't have to. I'm your host John Johnston. Remember remember you can always listen to past shows that bliss radio. Dot Com get the latest behind the scenes info arguments photos videos other things at facebook dot com slash ballistic radio JOE. Hey Joe what's up John. Not Much I by the way I I caught this and I I was going to bring it up this last last show. We just recorded it'd but I'll bring it up now. I liked your your inclusion of the Canadian national anthem by way of apology to the Canadians that you offended that one time I didn't offend them. I just tweaked it a little bit. Yeah that's right I. I can't help but note after your comment my class attendance Burke Irk Canadia. It just started to know it didn't actually at all because anyway I'm a shut up now. Actually I'm not GonNa shut up because I have to read an ad but hey guess what show was that this also brought to you by lucky on her own and federal premium ammunition. Whether there was a flyer it's from that movie or Oh you do in fact once for that little guy also from that movie while different that moving you need more ammo and what time to restock you can't beat federal premium ammunition. Goner Dot Com the Shipping Department. That's always moving at eight miles per hour also from a movie if I heard a case of American Eagle from lucky going around a Thursday that my hi doorstep ready to shoot before the weekend starts had under DOT com today to check out there in stock lineup federal premium ammunition remember unless you're on fire or drowning or something else. You can never really have too much ammo. Super Super excited to welcome gave light to the show gave. How's it going Man Dan. I'm doing pretty well. How are you John Oh. I can't complain at all man. I'm actually doing pretty well. So before the before the show host started got you on the line and I I asked if there was anything in particular you wanted to talk about and you go well. I don't have anything in in particular but I'll give you three words and then we can just sort of see what comes up and they were weight loss Cynthia and motivation so yeah. I'll let you start man well. I guess I'll start with what I was something that I'm I'm actually kind of excited about which was really interesting and and I don't think has much of anything to do with shooting but do you ever you make it like all the way through life and and then you learn this. It's fairly revelatory anything about yourself. That's kind of interesting so so I happened upon this word soonest SESIA and its definition not that long ago which is maybe a crossed wire or connection between senses that are not typically connected or the perception of physical characteristics associated with something that would not normally be considered to have those characteristics like you know. What color is the number nine John. Yeah I'm here. I'm here to tell you. The answer is yellow. It's yellow. That's what color it is so anyway the point is I saw this word and its definition and and and I was like hey that's me that that that's that's exactly really how things are and so anyway so discovered that I have this thing called since these are you know like I described and it comes in a whole lot of varieties and there's some pretty amazing sounding ones like where people see. It's not a hallucination but see as one would a hallucination within the field of view like colors associated with sounds like they'll see color when certain sounds are played which is that is not what I have but I definitely have a lot of color and visual and spatial associations uh-huh with sounds like when I hear sounds I can't help but immediately be visualizing what it is coming from or something that might be coming from individual associated with the the sound the one that I have a much more strongly is offensive shape with time so time different units of time have kinda shape shape. There's kind of a a a certain shape associated with years decades centuries for me. There's a certain shape especially associated with the calendar year and it's kind of like a board game so one of the year it comes in shapes and I don't know it I mean it's not like this totally weird thing but I feel like it's I feel like it's it's somewhere kind of deeply buried in just how I think about things I would have just previously described it as how I visualize certain things and I wouldn't have called it anything more interesting or remarkable than that but but I read about it and it's a thing and it was kind of like this kind of insight to to my way of thinking and personality and maybe explains a little bit is one of the explanations of why hi I'm kind of weird well. I mean we're both kind of weird and very different yet similar ways but that's that's sort of an interesting thing that I'd I'd Kinda like to get into. Is You know so you're you're. You're an exceptional shooter in a lot of that has to do with the dedication the time that you put into it but at this point I think that you know it has very safe to say that you were able to do things visually quite a few people cannot do but in all bring it back to around a background of this Cinecitta that is not necessarily Sara Lee uncommon amongst exceptional shooters. It's just different for each one of them so if you if you take a guy and the best example I have. I've hopefully not miss remembering because I have not fully caffeine laden the way I would like to be a guy like shelly brace who gave us one of the worst shooting techniques sneaks ever for normal people trying to but he could see bullets in flight by all accounts so so there's something going on there that he has allows him to do a thing and I'm curious. Do you think that this has affected how you approach coach gun stuff in meaningful ways or not so much as it just sort of a neat little footnote. I I kinda I I have I mean this is a it's an interesting thing because I've been watching all these videos from people who who have this and some of them in a lot more dramatic variety friend friend and talking about it and they're like finding the stuff out like most most of them that I saw videos from they found out in college randomly like they'll they'll make some comment about like well. Obviously that when you play green not like that and it's GonNa be like this and there were people turn and look at them like what are you talking about and then they find out that they are perceiving something that other people are not and so this is like twice twice as long. I'm about forty and I found this out pretty recently so that's let's like twice as long and I feel like on one hand. There's something I really dislike about this whole idea because the the whole the whole thing is very interesting to me and and I and I feel happy in in finding out something about myself that may be explained some things about myself itself to me but I also dislike how deterministic it feels. I feel like I'm like this is like just a moment of like laying down and just accepting some determinist stuff. I like to say a cuss words. There is how much I dislike determinism you can now. We're not involved with the FCC anymore so you can say whatever over on all right whenever the hell you want. I I almost dropped. I saw all I'll leave it. I'll try to keep using my good bye. Good nine cussing work speed you know so so I kind of just like that part of it but but actually answer your question I maybe maybe it has something the the thing that I dislike about it. Is I just like the concept as a personal policy. I regardless of actual physical reality. I dislike the concept that part of why I shoot the way I shoot however that is judged to be that it's a product of just what I inherently am or that. I'm unusual or different or something. that would really piss me off if it came to be that that's Kinda. You know how I saw this because I I just don't irrespective of whatever reality is I don't. I think it's productive as a personal policy to see things that way and so that bothers me but that being said maybe there are two things I think maybe about it that that that maybe have something to do with. I don't know they're really that central but they got something to do with it. So one is I previously would have said this is kind. I just like my way of thinking about things and visualizing certain things but I think that I also well well. I guess I would have said that. This may be part of a more overarching mental framework whether that's right or not that's just kinda my subjective objective feeling and and so one of the things that I think that I really like looking for just looking for across disciplines across all kinds of things they are fighting. DOTS that can be can be connected across a lot broader things than just one area. I mean there's I. I really love that as I have learned things throughout my life. I feel like it's a it's a really kind of a snowball effect of learning like getting pretty good at one thing. Even if it is has nothing to do with shooting somewhere down the line there was some sort of actor butte concept something from some other endeavor that there there is a place for that thing that relationship there's some underlying conceptual structure that can can be identified and then and then used well in other endeavors and so so so so synthesis of like finding finding different things in different disciplines seeing where they have commonality and thus using skill in one disciplined help grow faster skill in another discipline is is. Maybe something I would have said you know. That's that's the thing that's something. I like to look for especially like to look for that because it's Kinda like it's like the larger meaning that could meanings. Maybe the wrong word but it's it's kind of a little larger structure. That could be constructed. I mean we're going to build something on talk of art and science and Shooting and whatever any number of other things we might suggest those that's that's coming from a larger structure kind of built on top of it and connecting more dots than than you know okay the shooting world and that's great but there's a lot outside shooting world and maybe somewhere somehow those things kind conceptually have something to do with it so I kind of feel like it's got something to do with putting things together from different disciplines and the the thing I would cite remember my my my break dancing analogy about about the split times and how they kind of send across a string of shots the one that I enjoy using in class and also really enjoy a strange juxtaposition eating things that don't go together that that don't normally go together. I really like putting those things together if there if a connection can can be found. I really enjoy putting those things together. Get precisely like doing the break dancing analogy in in in in in like Hardcore Defensive Handgun handguns shooting well. Let me let me pause you there. Because we got to go to break and then we'll talk about break dancing and how it relates shooting right now we're talking with Gabe White. You're listening onto ballistic radio. Welcome back to politics radio brought to you by lucky dot com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this so you don't have to this the same brought to you by. Wilson Combat Wilson combat makers the finest custom nine hundred eleven thousand scattergun since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven legacy of quality innovation and service learn more about their firearms and accessories as well as the x nine L. Five inch version of the ADC nine which offers discriminating shooters nineteen eleven match great accuracy accuracy Superior Economics Conceal Building with modern service pistol capacity they got fifteen and eighteen round flavors as wells reliability at www dot wilson some combat dot com so we're talking with. Gabe white about well really whatever I feel like and I'm sure it will come back around shooting and if it doesn't well it's it's still going to be cool but you you sort of alluded to break dancing analogy and how you use that in in defensive shooting in talking about this overarching you know your discovery of of you have since Sesia and also the strange strange juxtaposition of things and how you appreciate that but but talk about break dancing and shooting because people listening to this going. Jesus they're smoking some Burmese Shit so okay so to summarize the break dancing allergy that I was referring to that I use in class basically so I try to very very briefly summarized. Basically I'm in. We're we'RE GONNA shoot. You're in Israel. It is typically called typically. It's I I've heard it referred to as the reestablish drill they'd probably has other names but it's that one where you start out shooting really carefully fully and get more aggressive across the string of fire until you work your way up to hopefully shooting you know about as fast as you can. Shoot the gun but maintaining control of the shooting throughout route that stringer fire. It's it's it's not a it's not a you know an engagement process. It's a skill building drill sure and I feel like a lot of the point of it is you start route so thoroughly and in control for you because you're shooting very carefully for you and and as you turn up the aggression your mind vision and body cut a dance with the gun a little bit more tightly and that gives rise to the numerical relationship that you see on a timer when you shoot something like bill drill like say you just you know hammer the shots as hard and fast as you. Can you know not not aiming. You're aiming but you know firing the gun as aggressively really is you can for this target problem and what you typically not. Maybe not typically pretty commonly see on a timer is a descendant of the split times across yes those shots like it'll say you'll see point to six point two five point two five point two four point two three or something across that string of six shots and and and I feel like like that's that is just from the the the running the visual part but the sites along with an interleaved with the trigger manipulation and your body bringing the gun back out of recoil those three things as they get more tightly interleaved that's split times descending and as you fire the shot what's your body and mind vision all dance with the gun just that much more tightly the analogy. I use the break dancing is to say so. This is just like when you're in the club and you're getting ready to break dance. Hansen you start with the top rock which is the upright part of break dancing kind of the preparatory part of break dancing which has ends by that point. People are starting to laugh because most of the people in the gun class do not go to the club and break dance though so I always pick the person that I think at least likely to do that and point out them when I when I say that hopefully they get that. It's been joke but a couple the times actually pointed and you know there's like somebody immediately in the back of the class like you know a guy in the navy or you know. The SWAT COP like starts starts top rocket. They don't like all right cool. Let's get it but yeah. The point is that the top broadcast two major functions one is a stylistic part of the dance but to it serves to get you in time with with the music you can you start dancing and get within the beat so that you can go into the floor moved successfully and and not just you know like find yourself down there like way way offbeat. That's what it's for so that you've been you know get in beat so you can get into the floor moves with a lot more challenging so I I don't break but that's you know that's. That's what I understand. It definitely definitely applies to me. There's I mean I. I hope the analogy is correct. Other people have said they get it. It makes sense to them. It's you know it's an attempt that using humor in class but also so I really enjoy there's a moment when I can draw what I think is completely factually correct nuanced analogy between break dancing and shooting the crap out of you know somebody to preserve our life rats well and so what's funny to mean is I I completely understand how you can find things that are massively helpful to what we are trying to do. shooting wise and performance performance shooting wise because both of us are focused on performance shooting in the application of performance shooting to defensive US but performance shooting stupid human tricks shooting is what I kind of like to call it but and I I like that I got a giggle out of you when I said because you know exactly what I mean but in how there are things places that will help us with that in ways that we would never expected back in the big one for me what has been yoga and like the number of things that I've gotten out of Yoga that directly influence what I do with a gun in my hand. Now is is just shocking to me just like interesting yeah. I never thought but so no that makes sense to me. Let's actually you know it's great. You said you'll because because it's always it's always easy for me to imagine just the kind of the the nuanced inward awareness that would have application application and that was gonna be the second thing. I was GonNa say where maybe this sort of has something to do with shooting is that you know all that stuff that I described you know I you you know some color number association some sound shape and sound spatial and sound Color Association and some some time spatial association all those things are just you you know that's all that is looking inward and observing my awareness that what it is and and and and and that that has everything to do with shooting in in just managing the endless internal nuance and subtlety of mind emotion and then a physical action all all of which has to come together for shooting happened really well at a high level and failure in any of those parts can just just totally record for all kinds of different reasons but the and you know sorting through kind of the fog of what there is to to find some little nuance thing and be aware of it that that feels like a real communality well in that's the thing that people. I don't think seen to understand and you know so you know you. I know you talk about it. uh-huh process versus outcome focusing in the importance of that and that was something that I used to be very very bad at I was very outcome. Come focused in in the thing that the thing that I used to be incredibly bad out was trying to directly control troll the process in a way that I've I've come to think and I almost use the word realize but that's sort of implies a certainty that I don't have about anything anything anymore but I've I've come to think that if you're trying to directly control the process yes you are going to probably fail whereas what I'm trying to do in the best exent the best description I have of it and I've kind don't like to get your thoughts on this is whenever I'm doing anything my my best possible. Outcome is to be almost two people and the the part of me that is mainly knee will at the very most try to make very subtle suggestions to the part of me. That's actually doing the thing and if I try and take direct control of what's going on it goes poorly whereas whereas if I make just the subtle suggestions it seems to go better and I know that sounds super weird but I feel like like you kind of know what I'm saying. Yeah I know I can think of a couple of things right off top of my head to that that are maybe rephrasing of the same the thing you know in my own way back to of so I am reminded I in immediately of you know there's a lot of a lot of third not literally but out of body esque description to people in the zone in in performance when they're here now in the moment performing the impart meaning the present tense that in the moment in the present the present tense like gets talked about in like like Brian Talks about in practical shooting beyond fundamentals a lot like when he's really there he's almost it's almost the way people describe out of body experiences of of just this detached observer thing and so so that that that's an interesting thing. I I think that that absolutely has to do with it and and yeah yeah I think I think that's in there definitely and and and grasping the grasping Gra- what what you were kind hi describing where you kind of try to take control the whole thing. That's that I think is really central to the difficulty of all of it is. I don't think about it quite in the same terms that you said but I think it's the same idea idea I would use the word grasping grasping tightly at fluid organic performance that has to be like reproduced. That's the problem is that is that it's I think because of the human being and the so great many confounding factors that enter introduces. This is art not science right. It's an art not a science and what that means is that we can't just go look. I go like this and I go like this and I go like this and look. I just do it exactly the same way. Every time so results are perfect and consistent. It's just not the way it works. You know you have to you have to paint a new picture every time you step up and and that means now you have to do it. You can't do it because of the fact that you have done it in the past and now you have to do it again and and so and it is it is a you know it is performance and that's something that you have to execute organically each time and and I think that that kind of subtlety of suggestion is what you said. Suggestion is what you said that the word the way I think of that is a Lotta Times the difference between good and bad performances intentional there's less it's less what you're doing. Maybe just having just kind of this kernel of a certain intention in your mind I wanna see the sights yeah and that and that gets into some other things too. We gotta go to break right now. We're talking with Gabe White. You're listened to ballistic radio. Welcome back. PULISIC radio brought you by lucky dot com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this so you don't have to this brought to you by big. 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You know frankly some stuff that if you're listen if you're listening to this this might not mean anything you right now what I'm sorry for that but I promise if you keep at this for long enough all of this will become very salient to you in ways that that will confound and confuse earlier you but make perfect sense to later you and I. I know that sounds kind of I. I don't know vague but trust me it. Will you know what I mean so there were two other. I don't know if you want if you WANNA stay on this. We can stay on this but there were there. Were two other things that you mentioned at the beginning of the show and one of them was motivation. The other one was weight loss I don't know if you WANNA hit on those or stay on this but up to you were kind of like like where we're at quite honestly this quite interesting. No no that's fine so the thing and you mentioned this and that was intention and that's and that's kind of the other thing too that I think that maybe a lot out of cure that here's a tangential way to get to it but I I think it's a good way to get to it. It's funny to me me how completely unaware a lot of people are of their bodies and and I say body Dan People think like physical body and I do mean that just like body mechanics and what are you actually doing right now and what is your body doing but also some some stuff with consciousness and just general awareness of body gene feeling also like mindset feeling not mindset like have a plan to kill everyone. You meet like not not you know I'm not talking like sheepdog honey. Wolf Badger Mindset when I say that but literally this is gonNA sound sound weird but the shape of your brain during any given thing and that's something I do. You know know what I mean. Though yeah yeah no no I I liked I liked the I liked the way that you phrased that the shape of your rain yeah yeah so talk about that a a little bit and and sort of what you think about that or what what I mean. I guess what you think I'm saying. I'll I'll try and comment on whether or not I I. That's what I'm trying to say I I got completely sucked into and distracted with rolling rolling the phrase over my head the shape shape or your brain because that's that this is one of these you know concept to language right. subtleties that. I think is really interesting interesting so it'd be because it told the language is the same as the whole you know time has a shape and that's that's odd and what are you talking about. Things you said. Brain has the saving even bobby. The brain does have a shape because it's a physical object but I wouldn't have said shape yeah I would have said you know what you're thinking about or where your consciousness is or I would have referred to a quality or condition a qualitative thing rather than the the the physical dimensions so that was that that really just totally struck a chord the way that you said that and now I completely that's that's all there for that can you can you kinda say say some of that again here. All body the awareness well yeah. Well No said so. Here's where this comes from from me and I'll talk about my I'll talk about my mental process where it comes from why I think of it the way I think of it the way that I do and and and we'll kind of go from there so this it's all for me. I am a Nerd I I am a massive massive nerd and and so we're this where this comes from for me is from Patrick Rothfusz novel. Okay and Patrick Office is a fantasy author his written a couple of books a couple of short stories but in I'm I'm GonNa make this incredibly simple as I can. so main character goes and trains with essentially Ninjas and I I am. I am being amazingly amazingly brought here. These Ninjas have a tree where the leaves on the tree essentially will cut you to ribbons and it's a very windy place okay and the the the point is they're. They're like test of your character is is being able to make it to the trunk of the tree without essential getting cut to ribbons and so and he's learning their fighting style and Blah Blah Blah but he essentially he starts talking about being able to put his mind in certain places to do certain things and one of the things that he there's this phrase in there and it's essentially he puts his mind into spinning leaf which is this concept of like this leaf on the wind and and the reason why it's sort of struck with mean and what it sort of describes is you know. Bruce Lii and whatever your thoughts have Bruce Lee whatever your thoughts of Jikun does a martial art. Whatever I don't care he talks about forum without form. You know be like water are and then me once again being a nerd pop culture thing you think of the movie American beauty and you've got this bag. it's the most beautiful thing that that you know the the made up character in the movie as seen. Blah Blah Blah and it's supposed to be representative of this greater meaning. I don't care I don't know I don't care the point it though is that when I start talking about the shape of my brain we're we're the mind sat when I go into performance shooting thing. I'm trying to put my head into what I call spinning leaf because I stole it from a fantasy author because I'm a nerd or so you know the bag from American beauty but what that's doing for me or what I think it's doing for me or what I'm trying to get to do for me is to allow allow my brain to go away so that I can shoot to a level unconscious competence so so that I am not interrupting the the process that I know that I know how do is long as I don't mess it up and when I mess it up it's because I messed it up not the part of me. That already knows how to do the thing so that's what I'm talking about. When I talk about the shape the shape of your mind the shape of your rain in a maybe there's some you know there's probably some other things at play there as far as you could talk about the shape of your brain and that could be anything from your sleep cycle to the stressors that you've got going on in your life but but you know deep down if I'm being honest I'm literally trying to put my brain in a place where it allows performance to happen and the way the way I do you that is you know I guess trying to make it be a thing and I don't. I don't know if that man this is one of those things where people listening to this cheese Christ he's office. He's off his rocker. There's there here's the Howard Hughes but does that kind of make sense or am. I just it it definitely does and I would I would I would simply quote Princess Laya when I say the more you tighten your grip. The more star systems will slip through your fingers. Yeah exactly I it is is really about that simple. and it's it's about engendering. It's about is back through process. Not outcome focused. This is a lot of to me this. It was Kinda getting into a performance state and it's all these I don't know about you but for me. This is where the rubber really meets. The road in terms of live performance self manage mental management is this is where you know whatever little kernel of thought or mental state whatever little tiny sliver of conscious just mind is still somewhere in there it has gotta be must have any intention of process focus at that point like when I said earlier I call it out. I WanNa see the sites you know that's the big process focus thing for me but this this is this is this is like really in the meat and potatoes of how I get in how how Oh to to engender the process focus well so let's go ahead and hold that thought because we gotta we gotta get the next segment and then. I promise I promise I will shut up for a little while and the people that you know are listening. Can actually you know cheer the person. They WanNa hear but right. Now we're talking to Gabe White. You're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to ballistic radio brought to you by Lucky Gunnar Dot com and federal premium Liam amunition. They paid for this so you don't have to and it's a real. I said we got so deep into this conversation. I can't remember Ron segment three segment four. We're on three. We're on for it. Thanks Joe look at me. Completely completely processed focused and it's like I lost track a so you are. You're sort of talking about you know you wanna see the sights and that's that's the intention that you sat was which once again setting an intention attention very very yoga e thing which is is kind of intriguing to me but my question to you is has so we talk about shooting and you know the people that do this at a certain level all of them will. I'll tell you it cites grip and triggers that that there's nothing advanced about that it is it's sacred sites grip and trigger and that's that doesn't change and and you sort of alluded to this and and you set an outright like this is where the rubber meets the road is far as like really performance shooting goes is is sort of the the mind stuff so talk about that a little bit more in in you know you mentioned action grasp you mentioned process focused but Sorta sorta get on that for a little bit well yeah well. There's two things kind of jumped out at me. The author of that is is so one I think that you know for so for me personally. There's a little bit of a physical. Oh Bridge to this also and I find that helpful as a as a tangible a relatively tangible workmanlike route just a plain relatively doubly plane mechanical route that involves `gendering this this this kind of mental state. I I guess I I say this. I really feel like I'm kind of you know contradicting predicting the whole thing because I kinda also said this is like something that's hard to just repeatedly in gender and that's the whole art and difficulty of the human being doing that but for me personally there's a little bit of a little bit of a physical bridge to it and it's that thing I do with my eyes to the front side and sharpen clear focus that specific physical thing is he's like that's how that it become like this physiological more physical feeling sensation act that that's how I step into the into the I'm going to now go do the right thing for performance and I still messed that up all all these automatically works but that's Kinda like the bridge that I take I step from one side of the road to the other is across dot bye bye bye bye flooring my nostrils and blurring my vision so the front sight will be sharp and clear earlier and I wanna see the sights then in their him well and so here you you super excited because I think this is something that people don't talk about even a little bit so like you. You teach incredible two day performance shooting class that I've been to it's amazing. I strongly suggest everyone goes to it. I teach a one day class that is similar similar is far as what I'm trying to make happen but approaches a completely different but the point and in the thing that excites me is like giving the people anchors so like an anchor work yeah like you can put yourself off in this place. If you understand what it feels like and that's you know the and and that's kind of exactly what you just said so what you're doing is is the way you start. Your process is You've got a a a physical reference and this is what it feels like and then you go from there and I don't think anybody necessarily talks about that a ton. You know as far as being able to let yourself feeling a lot of people do stuff like that. I mean I mean we're in the land of like you know the people who have to rub their nose three times and touch their right ear and then they're ready or they you know they're they're lucky shirt and so they're ready or however it is that they managed that you know that that slippery squirrelly human being minds that tries to go all over the place the one that does not respond well to grasping. It's like this is like the the the mess in both of the art of how am I going to get myself to now paint that picture a new this time so let me let me ask you this and I have a during and I'd like your thoughts on it but my my entire purpose is to force people to shoot well without thinking about it and then make them think about what it felt like so that they can feel it again on purpose and make them like so. I'm going to see a make but you're not making anything happen at that point but make themselves go back to that place. Yes yes I absolutely completely agree with that and in fact that is exactly almost the exact thing that I say to people I in. There's a there's a particular setting leading where I have tended to do it the most but I do it across all kinds of training. When when a person is you know not getting something right not getting something right. It's hard it's usually related to the shooting. The gun part you know they're getting low support side low support side low support side and then they have this moment where they did it right right. I and this especially happens at day one basic pistol class and that person who is struggling valiantly there yanking enjoy working anticipating big. Wad of that all the whole time and then they get this moment they get their mind out of it and they just run the trigger straight back without a lot of conscious thought that's and they shoot shot. That's when I go in there and usually they feel really good because I look at target and see the results and they go. I feel really good because that was a very clear tangible success that moment I try to go up to them and say okay so try to notice how you're feeling inside and I kind of put my hand up by their head and then down by their heart so the two to you suggest that to suggest that they look that the introspects intellectually and emotionally and try to notice how it is that they are feeling now and that's the they would like to feel all the time if they shoot well in so in this gets into something that I don't think we talk about two and I'm like cursing the show format because I know we're not gonNA have have enough time to talk about this right now. So we'll have to do it the next time if we remember but that historic lean the people that get into this are not publicly introspective about about feelings and you think that that is something that has been a detriment to the art as a whole well. I think there's a lot of action in this area especially you know for trying to engender higher levels of performance but I think that it's all very difficult and it's I mean it's time you think about how hard it is to engender in oneself at. I think at least as hard probably harder to get somebody else to engender that feeling in themselves elves. There's maybe the same thing but harder because it's not you and one more step. Maybe I don't know I I. I think it's very challenging area to address quite frankly right and and and I think it's you know it's Kinda it. I think it's kind of personality based background but I mean to me you know. This conversation is coming from simply. It's coming from it's coming from an you know an idea of of synthesizing things across disciplines it's coming from introspection across my whole life and just the way that I think about visualize conceptualize things different art forms different art forms coming together characteristics shared by different art forms and it's I it's. It's you know. It's it's. It's Kinda. It's Kinda all those things so i. I think it's a I think it's a tough thing. It's a it's a difficult thing to hoop to address. Well well in so what I mean by. That is if if I if I if I tried to sell a shooting class rice at hey. I'm I'm GonNa give you problems that are bydesign setup for you to fail at them and then we're going to talk about our feelings like if if that's all. I said people would be like what you know what I mean and that's kind of what I was speaking to their. You know what I did. Does that make sense yeah but essentially that's why I feel all that's kind of what needs to happen at a certain level. Doesn't it yeah may maybe it is. I don't know I I guess I feel like I feel like it's pretty individual dependent and and and you know people who think of people that stuff resonates with I think it resonates with with them very well and then there are other people. It doesn't resonate with as much for me. A lot of this is that was the other thing I did. I got a second ago is a lot of this has also coming. I'm from a lifelong interest in and involvement as a kid and teenager in eastern martial arts and if I had to characterize to me shooting is it's it in Chinese martial arts terms. It's it's both soft. Damn hard energy. It's both of those things but there's a lot of soft to shooting it. All in in Chinese martial arts terms it is an internal art to to a huge extent and and and that means it is just a land of introspection and incredible double nuance and subtlety. That's out is silly got you. Three four minutes laughed. We're actually GONNA run a little long but I I was running early when we called you so it works out what how would you tie all this together for people all to sort of move forward our at least her like give them under some more questions to ask. I guess well the thing that I was. GonNa come to is. I think that this may not be as director responses. You're asking for it. It's it's. I think that that something that that Ben Stegar said is how it works for me and I think really reading rings true which is that you know this whole process focused thing or you know shot calling hauling will all these these subtle elements awareness shooting where you really get somebody to to run with that is is when they feel a tangible benefit it's an and I think Ben was talking about. Maybe dry practice if I'm remembering correct in this conversation correctly but but it's you know get people to do something that they kind of don't understand or has they maybe kind of vaguely recognised has value but not really sure how to go about it or how to to get that value out of it where the where they really get on board with it and become highly motivated to do certain things for certain things a certain way is only experienced the tangible benefit and a and for me that was that was absolutely you know. I've seen that across several episodes of shooting shooting practice and then subsequent improvement and and one was you know the first time I really dry fired in earnest and all the time all I knew to do was a bunch of trigger pulling but I did it and I did it well and I really refined on my trigger pull. This is like ten years ago now but that that that gave me and a clear illustration benefit because because I took like like twenty seconds off my id PA thirty seconds. I think off my ID PIA classified time Alan old classify are at all from just better accuracy. I didn't do anything differently in in terms of time I just shot way way way more accurately and and that was a liberally long time ago but that was a a a very tangible wrecking recognition of some very tangible improvement and then I didn't have any shortage of motivation to deal so for this awareness stuff. I think that that's where pointing out those moments of Hey. Hey you know just how you're feeling right now or your point of hey. Let's not talk about her. Feelings that you know when somebody gets that right it. It's not so it's not as simple as they need to recognize the feeling so they can read just automatically mechanically recreate it that in and of itself it's challenging thing but the first step in trying to do that is to recognize it right and and and and notice what it feels like and that's a an and and especially you know really pointed out to him. That's that's a just a real golden moment of their performance you know I just so they can be satisfied with but also so that they can really attempt to duplicate it when the other thing to to be very clear when and I say talk about feelings. I'm not saying emotions so that kind of matters I'm literally saying like what are you feeling right you know and and to be be very clear there so hey man that show went quick people if People Wanna come train with you which I I just I wanna go on record saying if you're interested in shooting better you absolutely blue should go train what game where can people do that. How can they find you so my website is gateway training dot com and you hey you can email me at classes at gate white training dot com and I'll be happy to respond I can. I'm booking classes for twenty twenty right now and so if somebody's he's you know able to host me that is great. I'm definitely interested. 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Fun-Free Zones (PODCAST SEASON 7, EPISODE 317)

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Fun-Free Zones (PODCAST SEASON 7, EPISODE 317)

"Join us in a world where you're listening to ballistic radio. Sit Back and discuss hard-won competition shooting a three house to offer. Help you help yourself Bilbao. Were you on your list. Degree brought you walk. You Down. Call greeted they. Don't now John Johnston welcome to Belichick. Radio brought to you by lucky. Gunnar DOT COM and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this. So you don't have to. I'm your host. John Johnston remember. You can always listen to past shows politic radio DOT COM and get the latest behind the scenes Info arguments photos videos other things at facebook dot com slash ballistic radio. Hey Joe we've been doing this today or in General General Years Yeah Yours. Yours is going to be the greatest show ever. Yeah I think so I I really think so. I also feel like I've felt like a bad person before. I don't know that I've ever felt like this bad of person until right now the second right right now now now but hey before we talk about that. It's that this segment brought to you by lucky and federal premium ammunition whether there was a firefight or you do in fact one story about that little guy or maybe even you call one of your friends and wake them up out of a sound sleep to record a show with you. You'll need more ammo and when it's time to restock you can't beat federal premium ammunition and Lucky governor dot com with shipping department. That's always moving at eight miles per hour. If I were to a case of American Eagle from leaky gutter on a Thursday that my doorstep ready to before the weekend starts head Tilleke Gunnar DOT com today to check out there in stock lineup of federal premium ammunition. Remember unless you're on fire or drowning or some other thing that I am not considering you can never really have too much ammo so joining me today on the show. I'm super super excited. It's Melody Lower Melody. I'm so sorry so for those. That are listening. What here's what happened. no shit there. We were. Yeah what happened was we had another guest that was scheduled for this time slot and not able to get a hold of them. I hopefully. Everything's alright You know and just they've they've lost track of time either way. The show must go on so I called you with no warning and from how you answer the phone You were really asleep about three minutes ago. Yes yes I was I. I was actually in a deep deep dream. And I'm not telling you about it because it was disturbing so it's still like in my my like adenine mind's eye which is also really disturbing but continue well anyway so one thanks for being a good sport Thanks for being an amazing friend because I I would. Frankly it was either melody will do this or I'm not calling any other person last minute so like you were at. The top of my list is far as people that I would inconvenience. That's just so you know. Yeah you're welcome so I guess my question so for those. That don't know Melanie I'd have worked together for many years Where both parties citizens defense research melody is the better part and actually runs the company. And I just SORTA I go places and do things but I guess my first question for you in all your years doing this and you've been doing longer than I have What do you think is now? Let me let me rephrase that. Do you think that people Lose sight of the fact that this is supposed to be fun on some level or another L. absolutely I think there's a list sight of the fact that it's supposed to be fun and they also The the more they get into it they it can be like anything You know you can get obsessed with anything. You can get consumed with anything but because of the seriousness of the topic Particularly when we're talking about self defense They start to lose fact or lose sight of the fact that there are other things in their life that are equally or even more important than Than whether or not they had a gun or training with a gun or are You know preparing to defend themselves. It can it doesn't always that can especially if people really get into it. Kinda be all consuming to almost a a detrimental to degree. I believe in. What's what's sort of something that I have noted. As I've gotten more into this one I got started. It was a thing that was like Super Fun. And like all my God. I have the best job in the world. I get to do this thing. And like my job is great. I have a I have an awesome job But is it got deeper into. It's sort of like you said and it got more serious. Just the amount of fun that I was having dealing Where for very different reasons and didn't seem as innocent as they were when I started. But what is sort of a thing that I've noted as I look around? I is that we almost like hammer the fun out of it. When we're talking with New People do yeah. You're kind of talking about two different things though I mean in your case because you know there are so many things that people enjoy that eventually they get into working and you know I there's not a thing I don't think there should be That if you WANNA kill the joy of something make it your job And so there is that there there is the aspect of okay now. I do this for a living just to pay bills and it becomes something that you can't just do just because you enjoy but you have to even days when you're not feeling into it and not super like Oh. This is something I really want to do today. And they have to do it. And that Kinda comes with killing a little bit of joy but you know that's something separate and you know we can certainly talk about that because I've done it too But on the other hand you know because that that is an act of of those of us who who go to go on to work in the industry as instructors and this is the very hard industry as you know They're really great things about it and then they're very difficult things about it But then on the other hand you've got people who who don't do. This is a job And they stuck the fun out of it themselves And like you said you know we talked to a Newbie or something and someone who's maybe just getting into firearms and just discovered that. Hey these can be a lotta fun and you know and there are different types of shooting. Of course that people can do where where the fun remains You know you WANNA see a bunch of people having a lot of fun. Go to a well organized and well run you know. Us TSA match with a good attitude like there's just a fundamental good attitude of we are here to have fun and and from the from the I guess the club management down. There's a there's an attitude of like. Hey this is this is supposed to be fun and we are here to have fun. And don't bring your negative attitude around and you'll still see people having a lot of fun or you go to like a a youth you know Bo Vice thing or something along those lines and you'll see kids having fun. There still is fun to be had but it seems like you get around the the personal protection industry folk and you know as a Newbie. Okay Yeah I WANNA do this to you know to have fun but I also want to make sure that I'm doing it right to defend my family and stuff like that and all of a sudden it is like someone takes sand and pours it over your head and says the fun stops here it should be a T. shirt I in fact that should be a t shirt with With the picture So there's a mean at least a circle of our friends at floating around of of you from a from a picture that was taken at a range where you look on the happy. That's the only in fact. The title of this episode will be that picture with the glowing. Red Is the fun stops here. But no you're absolutely right though. It seems that that is is something that is just really sort of universal across the board We gotta go to break right now. We're we're talking with melody lower from Citizens Defence Research. And you're listening to well. Let's agree to you. Come back. Ballistic Radio brought to you by lucky under dot com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this. So you don't have to this same brought to you. By Wilson. Combat Wilson combat makers of the finest custom nine to eleven and Scattergun since nineteen seventy seven a legacy of quality innovation and service. Learn more about their farms and accessories as well as the e C x nine Elev- alongside version the nine which offers discriminating shooter nine hundred eleven match. Greater Accuracy Superior Ergonomics and conceal ability with modern service pistol capacity they have fifteen and eighteen around flavors as well as reliability at www dot wilson combat dot com. So we're talking with melody lower from citizens defense research anywhere. You're saying that when you get inside of the personal protection industry. It's almost like there's this universal thing that occurs and and as you said the funds stops here you know and and to be clear. I know you're not painting with a a super broad brush because there are certainly instructors that do a great job of making their classes. Fun even despite Very serious subject matter but it does seem pretty prevalent In sign of all this. How how do you think we combat? Yeah and and I don't want to paint the super broad brush. I WanNa make sure that I'm giving credit cards. Were credited do that. There are like you said Lockton instructors who try and make their classes entertaining and And realized an element of fun at needs to be had But I think I'm speaking more to like the the the general attitude it. It's almost like if you're trying to have fun with this particular topic. You're you're almost disrespecting it somehow and There is a level of that. You know you certainly don't want to be Mocking it or taking light of the subject or You know having an air of of for Valley gotta a word yes `Voliti when it comes to the subject because it is an extremely serious subject but at the same time there has to be a a allowance for a little bit of. I also enjoy this because I think if we if we strip all of that away and we say that you can only take this exceptionally serious and and you can't enjoy it Then start losing people Or we start quickly you know quibbling over little things that ultimately you know don't matter and if we allow people to experiment and play for lack of a better word which I think is extremely important even for adults that we can get into that a little bit then We stop the creativity that allows the subject to continue to be interesting and Evolve well and I wonder you know so sitting here thinking about do you think that's a byproduct of trying to get people to understand the severity and possibility of negative outcomes inside of a self defense Or personal protection you know especially specifically talking about shooting right now inside of a a personal protection of event and that because folks are trying to you know get people to understand negative outcomes. It sort of bleeds over unintentionally I think there's a little bit of that I think there's there's some of that and I think also And that's that is if there's a if there's a reason to kind of you know dampen you know the statement and the and the fun that you can have. That would be a good reason. You know we've we've all been two classes where maybe someone's getting a little goofy or someone is getting a little bit too. You know Playful as it were and it's like okay At some point in time this could be dangerous if we allow this to continue. You know we can't allow people to to be doing things you know Just you know on impulse. And they're they're just have to be a level of of safety and respect the being paid you know there is that We also want to make sure that we are. We are Advocating for a level of seriousness in the subject matter. Itself right you know. We can't be joking about certain things that there are very serious. You know talking talking about you. Know taking human life and the reasons why would we would justify it? We take you live like those are not. Those are not topics that you want to sit around and and be frivolous with and and talk Carelessly about this is a very very serious topics and we want to make sure that they are addressed very seriously. You know but I think the other thing that becomes you know particularly when we get down to the to the shooting. Itself the shooting itself and the the things that we do within that shooting Activity alignment trigger. Press and draw stroke and and all these things you know if someone wants to even experiment or play with it at all and they go. Hey you know what I was just kind of fooling around the other day and I decided to you know close my left eye and you know hang backwards off the table and then I was having fun. Well you would never do that in a gun fight. No that's not the point you know And Are you trying to say that someone can get you wrote trainings value from going out to the range and just enjoying themselves and trying new things provided that they're being safe And just playing with different techniques and seeing what they like and seeing what. They don't If anything I think that when you like I said stop all manner of experimentation and fun and playfulness you. Ha You know kind of put a stop to some learning and advancement that people can do because just like when we were children. It doesn't really change. Just the method of it changes the little bit we learn by playing You know kids go out. And they play with each other and they learn they learn social interactions and they learn creativity and they. You know if you ever watched a couple of kids you know play with each other. They go imagine that this was happening. And then I'll do this and then you imagine that this is happening. I mean that's every forum talking about guns stuff ever you know. Imagine that this bad guy is coming out here and this is what happened. What do you do in response? You are playing. We don't call it that because we're grownups than we don't like to think of us as playing but it's a very It's an intricate. Part of how human beings learn so when we take that away and saying no oh you cannot play anymore and you cannot experiment and you cannot be creative within this you can only take my word for it because tact a tactical or it's you know whatever Then you're going to hamper that creativity. And we need to give people the permission may actually encourage them to play with the information that they have gotten. And yes sometimes they're gonNA come up with the wrong solution and they're gonNA come up with things that you're gonNA go WHOA Let's think this through because I'm the surface. I understand why you thought that this might work. But once you get through your you can determine that. Maybe this isn't the best course of action. Why but the fact that they're playing with bad information and the technique or whatever they're willing to try to mold and fit into whatever it is that they were envisioning is a really healthy sign that they are invested interested in the topic. Well so and what's what's funny. Is we even to acknowledge that the playing is how we learn? Because if you think of like preemies decision making and Visualization and stuff like that you know what to some people call it they call it. War Gaming You know in game is right inside of the description that I have somewhere. I want to go with this and I will go there as soon as break happens So right now. We're talking with melody lower from Citizens Defense Research. You're listening to ballistic radio. Welcome back to ballistic radio brought to you by Lucky. Dot Com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this. So you don't have to this brought to you. By BIG TAX OUTDOORS DOT COM big textile tours. Dot Com is the best place for you to find all of your everyday carry needs at the absolute best prices maybe need all the lumens from surefire at the lowest price. No problem spend too much time alone in your room and need an armour on your carry gun now. Well Big Tex outdoors dot com has those and they understand and don't judge clock accessories yes fast. Cheap shipping one hundred percent hassle. Free returns all that and more and Best of all big tax outdoors dot com. Has Like. He's a good man and thorough. I like Ike. Everybody likes like and you'll like to visit big TEX outdoors dot com today and find out what happens when every customer is a friend not just an order so we're talking with melody lower from Citizens Defence Research and You know you were discussing the of play and learning and I know you're a big fan of Dan. Carlin's hardcore history podcast. I am as well And I was I'm realistic some of those. But I was listening to the one Is essentially the discussion of human existences entrance into the atomic age And I started listening to that again. Just because After all really is but I started listening to that because I listened to his new book on. The end is always near which you know if you're if you like history a little bit Get the book and Frankly get the Audio version of the book. Because Dan Carlin read his own book. And it's it's really well done but anyway the point Talking about you know how close we came to essentially destroying the world and we as a civilization but the people who are involved in that you know you look at like Eisenhower specifically You know he was a bridge player. like avid bridge player. And you know a lot of what you know. He was doing on the world political stage. You know in in in dealing with all this directly correlated to this game that he played You know in so we've got all of these this evidence that as far as like complex things like if you can learn it in the form of a game that is super handing Which brings me back to my point. Do you think that the gaming aspect of stuff like competitive shooting in general makes it easier to learn how to shoot better? Absolutely I think I think you're spot on We I mean like you said from the time that children are practically born we foster learning in them and we encourage learning and we actually see amazing strides in their learning when we make it into a game and I mean they they will tell you you know that play is absolutely essential to the development of healthy children healthy thought process. Because if you just do give anyone child or an adult just a set of rules very strict set of rules and you set them in you and you put them in an environment you say can only be. Hey with inside this set of rules and you give them no ability to to play and to think about the rules and apply them differently and be able to to you know mold them to their own situation and expand upon them. It becomes it. They don't learn anything at all. They stay strictly within those rules and then they come through and they do whatever it is that you tell them to do They repeat the test where they passed the test. And then they forget that information as soon as they as soon as their brain allows them to they they use it just enough to get through what they needed and then no more but the people who were allowed to you know master it and and play with it and crashed it how they need to and then go on and think about another scenario where. I did this over here but I'm GonNa do this over here You know they retain knowledge longer. They have a better mastery of that information and they perform better. So when you look at people who get into you know Gaming Sports with with firearms You know their ability to run a firearm at subconscious levels and you know I mean I is the context different of course. The context is different. But they're able to adapt much more quickly than people who never were allowed to to play at all Which is why when when you see you can t even really good shooters Who are never taken out of things like a like a static range you know they were only able to to you know face down range and shoot at target and they are good. They have really good accuracy they can. They can manipulate their pistol Very well they can handle it very well you put them into environment like a US TSA match and You know tell them to go for it and you start doing you start. Seeing them do things that that you are almost comical in their inability to handle the newness of the environment and and run there. And you know and it's okay if it's comical so that's the other part about all of this is ego we can get into that but you know when people invest so much ego. They stop playing. Because it's now it's very very serious about self image it's not about experimentation is about learning is about protecting This idea that they have been the south but you see them. You know. Forget how to do things like a magazine change or how to do malfunction clearing and what you know as they tried to transition from target to target they make they make mistakes which is okay. Making mistakes is part of playing part of experimenting provided you're not making them egregiously to harm anyone And they but they all come away going. Wow I learned so much and that was one of the best experiences and I had so much fun and all of those things are so good and they are necessary to making someone the best at something one at least better in so you were. There's actually technical term for the comical thing That you're you know highly technical term And I don't. I don't know that I've heard anyone discuss it as much But Goofy Shit. I believe is no in all seriousness though and I've seen I remember when the first US PSA match. I ever shot You were at like you. You took me to it and I remember seeing a guy Shoot strong hand only and you remember that and Nice Guy A lot of them that day. Yeah Super Nice Guy. But he was shooting two hands. there was part of the stage that Required strong hand only shooting and he literally jumped jumped in the air like turned in profile stuck a hand in his back pocket extended his arm out and was shooting like like Bullseye. You know just like randomly Didn't do very well if I remember correctly but The point was that that was like where did that come from? You know what I mean and so yeah and it's okay though like I didn't think anything militias it was. It was funny to watch and then I did funny goofy shed. And that's that's just okay. Spread under a table then. Also Oh yeah the others video of me just diving prone I think I did well on that stage if I recall but anyway the point though the point is you know it's fine it's fine. It's fine into goofy shit. I didn't do well on that. Stage actually did horrible But and in the Nice thing is that it can provide for that motivations who get you through the slums in in your own training regimen. You know just like Oh hey I had fun can and in fact. We're the things that sometimes people will say once they once they start taking this really seriously and they start working like actually working because if you are trying especially if you're trying to gain a level of of extreme mastery in it there will be times when you are going to have to do the things you're going to have to work at the things that are not fun anymore There are things that you stuff that you're going to have to actually not have fun and pay attention to those things and go to the range and work at them and it's going to suck and you're going to be like. I don't WanNa do this but this is my goal and so therefore I'm going to have to just put in the hours and do the work and I think that's where like a lot of people do start kind of going man. This just isn't fun anymore but I think that the people who do become the best and have to talk to them and confirm this but but just from talking to can we know quite a few very very like professional level shooters. They find ways to make it fun for them again whether they go back out and just put up a fun array of targets. And just you know just do silly stuff just because like you know I. I've always enjoyed this drill. So I'm just GonNa you know play around with this drill and see if I can tweak it a little bit or see if I can beat my last time or you know if I can do this standing on my head or whatever you know they find they find interesting ways to challenge themselves that are entertaining to them and not just not just work and I think that's what separates people from WHO who get burnt out and just go. You know what this isn't fun anymore and I don't want to do it anymore and people who go you know what I think he's sticking at this because you know or at least I've got this thing coming up that I've always had this match this match. I go to. That has always just been fun. It's a fun match. Choose or I go over here and I'm not doing this for the real. I'm doing this because it's just enjoyable for me. Do and that's really really important to anyone who wants to keep going and and Your mattress right We got to go to break right. Now we're talking with Melanie lower from citizens defense research. You're listening to ballistic radio back. Listed radio brought to you by Lucky. Dot Com and federal premium ammunition. They paid for this. So you don't have to so we're talking with melody lower from Citizens Defence Research. And we're in the last SEGMENT MELODY. So is it safe to say that? Ballistic Radio is better than a cup of coffee or no way worse. I haven't had coffee as I was saying. You see much more alert and awake then when I initially spoke to you right. Yeah Yeah I hit this and unlike I'm fucking myself via times a wake-up. Wow Wow this is a family oriented show miss none of that here so I guess my question is I was talking about. Brian Hill He and I were at class together and got to I was very lucky that I got to spend some time with Brian. Because Brian's amazing dude and an amazing instructor and I I always like speaking with him. Because I always learn something every time I talked to him. you know. But he was talking about the the comfort that he finds in the process and that seems to be You know of a variation of a theme for a lot of the people that are really good like really really good. is that enjoyment of the process And I think failing than I have always had and I you know I've I've tried to battle it with varying degrees of success. Is that the part that I enjoyed were outcomes Which is not really a healthy way to be in a something. I've worked on But the guys that are really good. You know guys like You know Tim Herron Ben Stegar who? I've had several conversations with him. Bentley says the part that he enjoys is going to the range with his stuff in practicing. That's the fun part for him. And then the matches and the things surrounding it are just the things that he sort of has to do to get to practice and that seems like a pretty good attitude to have about things right. Yeah and You know those are those are rare individuals because they're not I mean to to any degree We all enjoy the process to a certain degree or we wouldn't continue to do it You know both but what Canada end up happening like you said is you know. Eagle can get involved and you get to the point where at least with certain level the processes kind of boring And then you just want the outcomes. I want the this with that. And and reminding yourself that the process is kind of where you start getting back to. That is very is very healthy. But I think that it's okay. You know here's I think we're another part where where we fall down as an industry. It's okay it is absolutely okay to get to a certain point where you're safe where your you know you can confidently handle firearms and you go. You know what? This isn't something that I enjoy anymore like. This is something. I'm having a lot of fun with and I don't want to go further. I don't want to become a grandmaster with the essay shooter. I don't want to you know go to matches and like that does not seem enjoyable to me. It doesn't seem fun to me now. If you're being a responsible person especially through tearing again out in public I do have to say that. There is a responsibility to make sure that you're you maintain your skills because you are going out there in public with a firearm Does have the potential to hurt other people so you do have a responsibility to to maintain or proficiency so that you are not a danger to yourself or anyone else And I think that you do that through continued practice and through You know even if you just decide you know what? I'm not going to go to the range every month but you know once every two months I'll go to pistol match and at least you know work out some kinks and see what. Maybe I'm falling down on. Maybe once a year I'll take a class. I think that that's a reasonable thing for someone to do. But you don't have to become you know the world the shooter and you don't have to if you don't want to you know There's no rule written in the second amendment. You know clause that says that this has to be your way of life for the rest of your life As far as the the practicing and stuff is concerned. Or you're not taking it seriously And that's where I think. The industry we get kind of wrapped around the axles that someone is not training to our level we would like to see them trained to or they're not taking it as seriously as we are and so therefore they are not taking it seriously at all or you know. They're in a class and they're they're just trying to enjoy themselves or they're processing information a little bit differently than we would like to see them and therefore they are being disrespectful or they are you know being frivolous with the information or something like that and unless you actually take the time to sit down and talk to them and have there been cases of that. I'm sure there have I. I'm absolutely positive that there have been cases where people are being disrespectful to the information and frivolous and perhaps even dangerous and at that point in time for the safety of the group. You do have to ask those people to leave. That had happened but for the most part I think people are taking it seriously and it is on us to encourage not discourage they're they're taking that information and playing with it and having fun with it and if we can encourage safe fun and find ways to to encourage playing and You know thinking and Creativity were as an industry are GONNA be far better off toward it once so the other thing too that strikes you know we got a couple of minutes left in the show but frankly if If people you know simply took a blue gun and practice safe like like purposeful handling of the blue gun inside of their own home around other people's where they were you know Learning how to draw the firearm without Muslim other people themselves and learning how to move in an actual environment without Muslim themselves or other people that would be frankly for most of this all the practice someone would need after they've mastered the extreme you know the basic fundamentals of an and not even mastered but just like passing familiarity with. Um like you can. You can reasonably expect to hit. You know a a relatively generous target at close range. You're probably okay as long as you don't point the gun at staff accidentally you know and it seems like you know you. WanNa go further than that. That's awesome but like is not a requirement it's not a requirement I think that that encouraging things like that are in general encouraging. People to take coupons and play with it encouraging them to take a concept and even within a class. And saying okay. We're going to give you the concept of eye dominance. Let's play with. We're going to give you the concept of you know Pine the corner. Let's play with it. Letting them experiment without you know I mean with within time allotments. Of course you're not taking too much time and guiding them but allowing them to come to conclusions and allowing them to to be creative with information and give feedback and say well. What if we did this? Because that's what encouraged us their excitement because they feel like they're involved in the learning process which they are instead of just being dictated to all the time right Some trying to yeah we got we got about two minutes left What would be your final thought that you'd LE- leave people with and if someone would like to take class with you or Anything like that. Where can they work? They find out about that. I think final thoughts would be what I said me encouraging people to to an even on in conversations like on the internet or something where someone says. Well you know if I were if I were in the situation I would do this. Maybe they say. And it's completely you know tactically unsound you know instead of jumping down their throat and telling them how terrible and horrible. They aren't how they're not taking this seriously. You know Encouraging them like wow. I can see where you thought that like. I used to think that you're that used to be a thought way back then because this but now that we've played with it more and we understand you know there are ways to construct that conversation. That are a lot more positive and encouraging and encouraging the thought process rather than just dumping cold water on their heads saying no. You're stupid This is a serious topic. You're not allowed to play That would be really good for not only students but but people coming into the industry and wanting to learn So that's what that that would be what I would encourage people to do Budged if they wanted to come and play with us. We've complete with us. She that citizens defense research dot com and on facebook assist defense research because we do encourage You know learning and caught on and and fun You know good clean fun right. No so yeah if If folks want to come out that would be awesome Melanie thanks so much for being a good sport And continuing to be the person that I lean on the most win when something I really appreciate it. I I appreciate you Why didn't really give the option so much because I don't think you understood quite what was going on the I when I called and I'm like hey I need you to come on the show. Sixty seconds from now you were very like what So thanks so much and I'm sorry that I'm sorry that I will do so anyway. All right I will I'll talk to you soon. I love you be safe and thanks for coming on the show so make sure you check out our website. Ballistic Radio Dot Com our facebook page at facebook dot com slash publicradio. And Hey keep leaving those fighter view on itunes really appreciate. It helps us out tremendously. Thanks for listening. Everyone has always been saving next week.

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Kardashians, The Lakers, and Jennifer Lopez Have All Been Trained By Fitness Entrepreneur Legend Gunnar Peterson. Find Out Why!

The How-to Entrepreneur

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Kardashians, The Lakers, and Jennifer Lopez Have All Been Trained By Fitness Entrepreneur Legend Gunnar Peterson. Find Out Why!

"You're listening to the how to entrepreneur podcast a podcast about successful entrepreneurs across all spaces and all industries we sit down and get into the heads of the people that have paved their own pass turning ideas into realities. You want to be an entrepreneur? We provide the tools. This is the how to entrepreneur podcast, and this is your host dilling mentor. To the House you entrepreneurs your host Dylan on today's show. We have legendary fitness entrepreneur Gunnar Peterson. He's work's currently with the Lakers. He's worked with the Kardashians. Some say he's responsible for for what's going on over there with the physiques that you see on keeping up with the Kardashians. He's also working numerous athletes actors actresses any in everyone you could imagine that's been in and out of La he's, he doesn't specify in. Athletics or aesthetics. Covers every style of training. This guy does it all. He's created equipment. He has his own gym is been a trainer. It he someone we can all really learn from not only for them. From the fitness industry aspect that has entrepreneur in general. He's just done so much without further ado I'd like to welcome on Gunnar Peterson. Maturity into the show today before we get started, here's a word from our sponsor. Saint Solution Eating should be enjoyable. Simple make you feel completely satisfied. Igniting your body's natural fat burning and blood sugar, balancing power taint solution. Same plan is the only program endorsed by top doctors from prestigious medical schools proven to help your hormones brain and digest when you start lowering your body's natural sent wait. That imbalance, your blood sugar naturally guaranteed. Taint Solution Dot. com. Gunnar thanks for coming on the show. How you doing man, thank you very much for thinking of me and I'm making this happen Oh. Yeah, it's it's my pleasure, so you've been able to enjoy A. Off recently with a sports taking a break in everyone adamantly packing on the covid nineteen. If by time off. You mean. Bury myself in soon. alzon research home workouts yet tons of it. Oh, great I like to hear that things that may be a break from the norm now. y'All for sure, it is yeah I got to see. My House warned the daylight. For the first time ever maybe governor. What kind of work is a trainer? A fitness entrepreneur is there that keeps you gainfully employed when the predictable like this takes place in society and the economy that is different aside from zoom calls. Are you actually doing anything outside of your normal spectrum of work? A lot of all. Right my workouts for the people I see every day. I ride on the ninth floor I treat it like homework and I used to sit down with my kids when they were younger, and they did their homework day that his homework so reverted to that and terms of a lot of. Workouts written in prepped for people's home gyms and where they were where they found themselves locked down And then a lot of the zoom stuff and I just became more. Tech centric. I'm not really much of a tech guy, but I did my best to at least. Get up to speed so that I could handle those requests and. Keep, people moving really what it came down to. You've had a hard time remembering when the last low season for you might have been I guess things haven't really slowed. You something different for once, but is there any time in the industry? When things typically slowed down a certain part of the year when you sort of get to take a breath and look around and enjoy what's going on in your life is supposed to work in all the time. Try to do that every day. You know you can't you have at least take a second and recognize that you're where you are. Because you want it to be there. You can't complain for. or about the things that you? Sought out coveted, nurtured and worked for and then all of sudden. You're there and you're upset because you're so busy or there, too. Many people wanting to train or your players hitting you up to work at random hours and stuff. Those are all things you know you. Try to get to that level so once you're there. You can be kept. Be Upset by in terms of the downtime itself It's different from a workout and I'll touch on that meeting. I would plan time off like I'd say the family. We plan a trip on this date, and you just start telling people ahead of time so that they can prep for. Here's what I'm out. And I go. I say it's different from a workout because I'm not a big fan of scheduling a day off unless you know that is it but other that I sort of let the days off, find me sometimes that means you train three days in a row, and then you get a day off and sometimes you train eleven days in a row and you realize the next day you have an early. Start Your packed all day, and then you have a dinner to attend, and that's just going to default. Be Your Day all's. Are always unpredictable for you, and it's nice that you can. We schedule vacations and stick to those sort of things, and but maybe on vacation you're. You're probably still working out even when you're on vacation or scheduling, hotels based on the combination, so you can exercise and workout that sort of thing. And I'm always. I mean that's that's sort of my saying. Is the workout at? Let's me in the right frame of mind that I make I make better choices at the table. And at the Bar, and and if you have the work at under your, even if you don't make the best choices, it's still never gonNA. Be that bad. Good to now so. When did you originally get into fitness? When did it become your life? Was it for you in bodybuilding are sports. Maybe maybe you decided to start working out when you were younger? Because you have picked on because you're wait, what started at all? No, I definitely wasn't picked on. Chubby Kid! I wasn't picked on about it. I was always A. Fairly. Fairly Quick with a quip. And I can handle myself verbally so problem. Don't maybe I saw the acid pumping iron probably. That came into play same. The action movies was definitely a part I started working out in college. a lot of my fraternity. Brothers were forced to the athletes so. Maybe, it wasn't going to be the strongest guy in the room, but I was determined to be the guy who had the best form, and knew the most about putting together the workout, and I just kind of buried myself in it and studied it and. You know just devoured anything. I could find whether it was. Looks Magazines Cassette tapes I can remember listening to Dr William Cramer From Ball State University just listened to a ton of his tapes On. Trading performance all that kind of stuff and then. It went from. VHS TO DVD and anything. You can find it now. It's way easier now on the Internet. You can pull up. I mean there's there's a ton of misinformation for sure. It? An waiting through that is also a learning process, so I've been into it. For a long time yet when it sounds like over I, mean every major change phase in analogy and recording for sure. Yeah, you've been through all of it everything. So when when did you first decided that you wanted to make a career out of it into? What extent was that career that you initially thought you were going to have? It wasn't it was I was I had regular job, and so I could work out you know, either before or after work, and after work, energy was not where I wanted it to be Sergey I've always been on early morning. Guy So I that morning time to use in the gym and. somebody asked me to train with one day, and I thought they were talking about being a training partner and. When I agreed to it, they asked me how much. And I. Realized that this maybe could go somewhere else and. Body, said look man you got to do that. That's like you're saying you help people. Jamal Time just do it and I never looked back I've sort of training the person and then another one another one, and then I realized that. That was more lucrative than my day to day job and And I really never looked back. All right and when you when you're doing this yet, you're. You're a home gym working out at the gym. You work at working out. People are asking you for advice. It's second nature to you. You Start Training People. Was it a was reputable? Gem was just at a small time, Jim. That's no longer around was a golder. Twenty four hour fitness wasn't around back then, but was something people might have heard of. Actually it was a it was a Jim. In La, that is no longer, but it was no. It was a big decent commercial. Jim, but it was early in the game, so the trainers actually had shirts like three inch walk letters said personal trainer on the back. So I played a little bit of a cat and mouse game in terms of working with the person, and when those people walk by, you know I made it look sort of like we were working together kind of saying and and and then I had a chiropractor who would refer in home people to me and I would split my time between here and the Jim Barron the gym, and then I drive to civic palisades and train a woman in her home, and then I'd go up. You know Cold War cannon and train guy in his house, and then I'd come back to Beverly Hills and trade woman at our home and I go back to the gym and it just became. A lot of driving around and and splitting time between home gyms and commercial gyms or ever at a couple of people down in goals. Venice early morning guy used to train four thirty am with, Nair. And you start canvassing the city like that, you get to know all the roads and shortcuts. and. After a while I'm this is a lot is taking a toll, so I found A. A private gym and I walked in with a resume and I said look. This is what I. Do have these people I don't know how many of them will come here, but I promise you anybody you send me. We'll stick with me and I I'd like to just operate. Have this as my you know my mother ship the home base? And the guy said sure and I went from there that was on CNN Melrose Todd tramps body sculpting. Awesome. It sounds like. Maybe make things a little more enjoyable for you, but have you. You mentioned earlier that you're sort of learning the the nooks and crannies as you're driving around all these different areas of La. You're not originally from La. I'M NOT FROM LA, but I've been here a while thirty two years now so. Go on. A hopefully, I'm accepted. I'm definitely a nick. My Line yeah so What what? Was Your career. What provoked you to put in some Max effort attempt at Success L. A. as a trainer. No came out here I graduated from Duke in. Grad from Duke. University and I came out here and it was A. It was like that line from diehard. Come out to the coast. We'll have a few laughs. It was out saying and. I did I you know hockey? Not Phone levels at. I've felt victim to that as well so I know exactly where you're coming from and I. Mean if you look at the last. One. Hundred Years now. There's hundreds of people falling for it every day. It seems like. Yup Yeah. So when you're trying to to cut your teeth in the fitness industry, you're running around. You finally got a job at at the private Jim. What what other things were were hard tougher, you? What sort of scrambling and reasons for long nights were there that absolutely were necessary to help initialized your sent from the everyday trainer to a more high profile name overtime. I think I thought at first I thought I thought. I don't want to say I. Thought I was better than it, but it definitely felt like. The, the the industry in itself. Many personal training was still. In its infancy to a degree right and It wasn't like now whether it's her so many in so many places, so I kinda thought kind of went to college. Why am I doing this I? Should I. Should I be working like this should not have a job should not be more. Corporate should not be dressing differently. Shouldn't I be going to some office because I didn't know? I wasn't I wasn't groomed as an entrepreneur. That wasn't my. That wasn't how I was prepped right? I was prepped out of college. Go get a job to a nine to five should be that guy, and then you work your way up to the corner office in. It's casual Fridays. You don't have to wear your suit and but I just didn't go that route and. Yeah I. Don't know it just. It turned into this and so I doubt it in its first, and then when I embraced it fully and I looked around at the industry I thought. I saw some certainly some people who are doing a good job and I saw some others who maybe we're doing a great job, but They. Sort of weren't all in it. They appear to be more transient like they were doing this as kind of a side. GIG and I thought man. If I really applied myself if I took. Dedication and the commitment and to the work itself I could do something cool in here. I could crush and. That's when I formalized it in my mind and made it. A job as a made a career as opposed to just a job. That makes total sense. You say that you didn't think you were better than but you are always able to see the bigger picture, and you may have not been groomed for per noor ship, but that's definitely entrepreneur like mindset. Is that you know there's a bigger picture maybe working here today, but I know one thing for damn sure I. Want to own this place. Own My own place tomorrow and That is what I did. Lockdown in a five. Jim And I and I was taken on board. The Guy was gracious enough to allow me to use US. And I thought. It within a very short time I thought I want more for this place than he does and. That's tough when you see the guy. Putting in seventy percent, and you're putting in one hundred and ten percent and I was trying to upgrade from. level of clientele. Equipment organization in the parking lot, which which at times it's just a cluster remains like come on, guys. We should be better. We should be better. We're in the heart of La. We should make this place so incredible that. People are dying to get in here and there's a flow to it in the energy should be up and. It was it was falling short. Maybe it was as good as could be, but I I saw it. I wanted it to be better, and until eventually I went off and did my own thing. I don't want to have to. Sell fitness anybody if you WANNA work out, that's great to. Be alongside I'd be on your team, but if you don't then I certainly don't want you know cajole you into training. You're either going to do it, you're not. In the same way with the gym, right if if. You. Want your gym to be this and I think it should be this. Time ten. I I. Don't WanNa have to convince you that either. You're on board with me and you say we rally. We roll or else. I have to peel off and do my own thing you. You had from the get-go thoughts of improving it in gentrifying it from the inside out even out into the parking lot more for it, whether it was of the of the jam or the the clientele that was there, and in reference to that when you with those things in mind, and you branch off, do your own thing. How in who did you nab as your first higher profile clients? I didn't I just told. People that I was working with. Hey, this is what I'm GONNA do. And they said I'm with you. And that was that and and I went. They went, and it was great. And you see that sometimes I've had trainers. Come and go through my facility and some of them go on either to to another facility, or they go on their own thing as sometimes the people that training go with them and sometimes the training. Stay back, so I tell trainers. You have to remember. Sometimes you may have a great relationship with that person, but it. Their draw may be more to the gym than to you. It may be more to the convenience of the gym the Party of the gym the ease of Getting in getting out getting the workout, getting cleaned up moving on with their day, it may be more of that than it is just their time with you, so be very careful. how you treat them, and and if you leave, don't. Count on the fact that they're going to go with you because they may, but they may not to, and you have to be ready for that. Here negate, are here. Dan Gone tomorrow mentality. You just made, but if you're taking care of it and you know you you're. You're providing not only the service, but. The intellectual property that you're brings to the table is to date in his is on point, and and your own personal presentation stacks up every day. Then you're doing what you can, and if they leave, they leave and that's the nature of the business. But, if you leave, there's no promise that they're gonNA. Follow you, you can only you know you can just do your best anybody in business down that anybody any restaurant the tied to close and reopen down the street. Any Any clothing store that opens a franchise somewhere doesn't mean the same patrons are gonNA. Come to the new place. It just can't you can't ever. You can only do what you can do. Yeah and it sounds like you do quite a bit. You cater to them on reference to the gym. And what you think is going to satisfy clients you're. Able to cater to different forms of. Training I know that you personally cover. I think the entire spectrum, but I want to say primarily it's. ATHLETICISM and aesthetic goal of clients that you sort of cater to. That duality is that your primary component when it comes to training and. Well. Matt over after the. Sure maybe. Let's not. Let's not pigeonhole me, yeah. What people come all right? If somebody comes because it's body, composition, an okay, let's attack that if somebody comes because they want to improve performance in a sport. Let's attack that if somebody comes because They're they're. They're rehabbing a knee surgery or they're coming off hip surgery. Then let's deal with that I mean I've had you know baseball players come in a boat? I've had NFL. Guys come in within a knee brace. I've had boxers come in overweight. I've had basketball players come when they're out of the league. Trying to get back in, so you you? While, you're work with the athletes. You're definitely geared up towards return to play, but you also have to make sure that you're shoring up any weaknesses or That, the injuries are are are handled, and you know they come back from those first before they go. INTO INTO ACTION! Yeah now so for an entrepreneur. Nowadays, that's I mean it's a dime a dozen when it comes to those, they wanted to get into personal training, or they want to get into the functionality aspect of it, or they just want to open a gym. Owner Jim in employ people that work there and live that sort of lifestyle. You do that and more and I want to know. As an entrepreneur myself someone that's thought about getting into that earlier in life. How would does someone go about doing that? Sort of sort of that three sixty encompassing of every every aspect of it is that you cover in terms of you know the ability to get to know. It seems like everything about any form of training, and Rehab is there anyone good place to start? While couple things seeing this is a holiday weekend I think it might be. A dime for two dozen or might be a sale. In terms of your specialty I, think you have to go. You can definitely chase the market right like you can say all right. I see what it is. Everybody wants to look this way I'm going to. Skew my programming towards that or it can be. I wanNA work on sports, but I WANNA get into youth sports I love working with kids or I want to help seniors who? Have Become de conditioned and they WANNA get back to being able to not just their daily lives they want get back to. You Know Golf or tennis, or or pick up basketball whatever it is or you can say. I really love this. And I WANNA. Make this thing and this can be. Whatever it is body composition, contest prep, getting body fat as low as possible. It can be cardiovascular training. You WanNa. You love training people for. Things or marathons or sprints or whatever your thing is say. I really love working with athletes I like watching the work we do in the gym. Translate directly to the field or court or slow and. You skew it towards that I went for the third and I. It was I take all comers. Let's go with that and then I went more towards the athlete because I. Found it rewarding to. See, or or maybe I was just taking I saw everything we did in the gym made everything did in their world better and you don't take the credit for it, but you definitely were were a part of it, and you had you had a floor seat to that, so that was fun and then It's. The the pro athletes are few and far between So, it became more just like people who have that work ethic and. I, really now it. How do you choose your train on something? You choose them, but they sorta we'd themselves out. They see that I prepare. They see that I'm ready to. You Know I. Have Everything written down, and obviously we pivot off of something in the workout. If it's not working or it doesn't feel right. But I definitely have a template laid out and we hit XYZ Bang Bang Bang and it's laid out like that so. When they see that I'm. Prepared and I'm executing that way for the people who are driven. And are really trying to push it. I'm probably the right guy for the people who are trying to check the box and say I went to my trainer today. You know. Yeah, it was in the gym I had to take a couple of phone calls during might than not be the right guy just because. Our intensities don't match up our our our pace. You, know we. We blood heads when it comes to how pay let's go here we go. We're on this and they're like. Give me a second if it becomes that more often than not were probably not well suited. I go for work ethic people who liked to work I like working with them. Are you guys I hope you enjoyed today's show. We're going to stop and give you a quick word from one of our sponsors leatherback year come to the world's safest backpack. The only back that goes from backpack to bulletproof vest and seconds all their bags for level, three threat that ballistic standard of resistance, using the USA and most of the world today. Get Yours now at leatherback gear dot, com. And with with these high intensity training, training sessions that you have a thirty liability agreement I that go into it. Is it that intense being that these people are you know trying to get back into league or whatever the case may be whether they're. They're in now or not As it ever to the point where you push people so hard that you know it is best to have one of those type of liability agreements in place prior to. I don't push so hard that mean were never veering off into Wrexham. And it's their controlled movements and movement patterns that are said, and and we progress everything like the first one may be. A lateral step, and then it may be an explosive step, and then it may be shuffle shuffle step as we get to as we go through the workout You know as as a trainer and gym owner. Carry, so much insurance and that's just part of the game and if you don't. By law you have to. If you choose to not do that I would imagine somewhere down the line that will that will bite you It's just it's just the right way to go. It's a safe way to go right. It's like a restaurant. You have the insurance you hope. Nobody Chokes N- Russia on if they do you hope they don't die and they. Do you hope you're covered so? If better off to just to make sure and you know, knock on wood I don't have. We don't train like that and we don't get to that point. You're also monitoring them throughout the workout right all look at somebody. Go you know you just turn three? Let's take a second walkup down the track. So you're staying connected to them, you're. You're working off of there are pe- The whole time. A Heidi feel houses feel. Where are we? Check in with them. Every can be every couple of minutes could be every ten seconds if they're new especially. Okay, so you don't go full full hundred ten percent drill instructor mode on never I'm sure that's not me and I also. I'm a firm believer that that doesn't work long term. America's a free country. You're there because you WANNA be there. You can walk out anytime. You could f-bomb me. Walk out at any point in their zero repercussions for that, so I think that may be appealing to some in the beginning. You know how I got really motivates me, but over time you and I both know if she don't want WanNa do it. You don't have to do it. There's nothing I can do to. You know like they all get this sometime. I can't believe you're GonNa make me do fifty those and I go. What kind of gun do I how? Nigga what what kind of gun in my holding to your head? No, I'm not holding dunderheads. You don't do anything I'm suggesting we're doing fifty of those because we're progressing from the last set where we did forty. But I'm not making you do anything you're here because you want to be here and I bring it back to that. You have to check demand at some point and say you. You do want to be here right I. Mean You drove here? You called me. We texted you. SET THIS UP I. Don't force anybody to do the foreshore out as myself. Is it some sort of fiduciary duty? To some extent, owners at not. In terms of what? You. Do is with the best antenna of the client. Disposer Turks. It's I'm well. Hang on. It's you go over what they want. You over what they need. You go over what they've done in the past to get it. Then you recognize that up until that point. They don't feel like they've gotten there. And then you make suggestions you assessed. And and you put forward down the path that you think will get them to their goal. You have to bear in mind that and you and I'm very transparent with them. You're not that person. You're not going to be that you. That's not your genetic structure You know if you're. If. You're a woman and. You're five ten and your. Natural shoulder with does the same with his your hips, and you tell me you WANNA be curvy. That's a long road. Why not just be the Long Lean. Let's go for that look. Let's try to be the best at what were predisposed to being rather than swimming upstream to try to be something that we're not predisposed to being. That's just a. that's just gotTa learn to love who you are not. Constantly wanting to be someone that you're not. It's just tough, you know. Yeah I can see at you knowing what you know that you act on. Sort of a anatomical preset geneticists as opposed to I, saw this person on I saw Kim Kardashian it on TV. I WanNa look like her and yet and their shoulder. Who is the same as their hips, which is also just as narrow, has their legs. It's probably going to be a a long long road like you were saying. And it's also it might not be a fun road. Why don't we train hard and get you to a place where you love your body and you love how you look and you love how you? You love how you perform Let's get you there and see your goals will probably shape shift just the way your body shape shifts really if you're starting at the beginning, right, some people have been in this for a minute, and they're looking for a change and They get to where. They come to you and they say I've been doing this and this is where I keep bending up. I know I'm not gonNA look like that, but I just want to feel better or look better than look now. And then it's kind of a clean slate right because I'm new to it so I. I can't be held liable for. Previous shortcomings, and then we go from there, and those are those are fun rides. And Okay So. Speaking of Fun House. The training facility is designed for. Is it designed like like an iron dungeon field with a patch of turf somewhere for speech led workouts, or is it something very creative and colorful, or what is what is done with it so far? no, it's all based on Energie. Right heightened light There's a track down the middle of it. It's. Five Thousand Square Feet, the gym floors, probably four thousand square feet. and I'm there with one other trainer And we, so we each have one person or some people bring a workup partner, but as a rule, it's the number one that four people there and we laid it out. So that is a track down the middle there two distinct walkways on either side of that and other than that is four rows of. Gym Equipment Pretty tightly packed, but once you've been there for thirty minutes. It's easy to navigate and and the cardio stuff is is sprinkled in between the strength staff. Room for their. Specific areas where you can do bigger movements and. It's laid out in a way that I never rarely if ever next to my other trainer, he knows where I'm going to be I. Know where I'm going to be issue where he's going to be because we protect. prepped our workouts prior to that, and if I'm on the northwest, Corner Jim. In Southeast or South Center part of it and. That way to clients have the privacy. That's part of the reason they come to us, and within those little quadrants You can get everything you need done, so if I have to. Peel off because I'm a little too close to him, or he's a little too close to mate. I can make it work in another corner of the. Got, four thousand square feet right. Yeah there's a lot of stuff on the walls as a Lotta I candidate. Temperatures always the same. The music's always saying there's always the same thing on the two TV's and and it's just it's. It's something they can. In in an otherwise relatively transient city. It's something people can count on. It's it's the calm in the eye. The eye in the storm of L. A. and that's that's a good way. That's awesome way to describe it so the they probably look forward. Just going you like you were saying earlier. You know death as a as a trainer, you have to stay on your PS, and QS but the gym itself has to be on its PS and QS and I'm I'm? I'm almost positive that ten people get excited to go there based on the environment and the fact that it doesn't change that familiarity with that feel-good Beeline. They have something to look forward to at the end of the day or at four thirty in the morning. Whenever it is, they happened to see you. While the familiarity key writing everybody you know it's, it's like A. it's like a cheers, right you go in, and and the people know you and you say hello in order to put your stuff when you know what's open to you. You know where everything is, and you can always count on the towels water the pre workout stuff. The gator bars are there. The propel water. Is there everything is is set up and you just just comfortable and when you've been there for a little bit, you do feel. I, don't WanNA say entitled in a bad way, but you do feel like you belong there and you know it's funny when there's someone new somebody who's been there for a minute Mike Look and go. WHO's that and it's funny because they don't mean it in a way like there's they're definitely not looking down their noses at it, but it's. It's very obvious that someone they haven't seen before, and they do have a certain of pride of ownership. they've. They've been there and they're like. They WANNA. Know who's in their Jim. That's how they feel about it and we take pride in the fact that they feel that good about being there. Yes someone moving into your neighborhood or onto your street. You're just as curious. As ever no matter how much happens. Exactly like that okay so. When? You have the gym or you've had your own gym. Maybe not the current one, but you've been working privately on your own for a while now. You've been with a variety of clients whether they're. Just. People like me, that want to get a bad ass workout in or athletes. When did you begin to make the more professional relationships whether it was with studios? Maybe that wanted to get their actors or actresses in shape for roles or maybe athletic associations that required your skill sets. I started that of pretty early on. You never know where. The marquee name. People come from right usually. They are referred to you by someone within their circle of trust, and it can be their old school forever. Circle of trust can be someone in their new circle of trust like. If it's an actor it can be. The person directing their upcoming film says. Hey, you gotTA. You gotTA check out this trainer, but if it's. An actor who? Maybe doesn't want to listen to the new director. Maybe their manager tells them where to, or maybe they're close. Friend says hey, there's this guy I've been following him for a minute. We should probably get you to him for this upcoming role so. I. Mean I guess the way to say it? Is You never know where it's? GonNa come from so a nice a professional. Have Your Elevator speech ready at all times? And you know it seems come into place, but things come in come into play. Always but maybe not the way you think they're going to. So you know, be ready for an sink about who Your your desire demographic listens to right if it's. If you WANNA talk to. If you want to train kids high school athletes than you should probably get to know. The parents right because that's who's going to be guided them. If you want to get to work with pro athletes, you should probably get to know agents strength coaches in our burs and a Stylus, because those people all have one on one time with those athletes, and it comes up in conversation so you you gotTa pick. Your working with in how you present yourself. All the time, it's just what it comes down to me. You're kind of always on when you're outside of your own home. And it doesn't have to be fake on. You just have to be ready and know that you know you are a walking billboard whether it's just your look or how you respond to a question or Just got to be ready. Yeah, you're building your brand at all moments, and there's no second chances at first impressions especially in your industry I mean it's GonNa. Make a break from the moment. Someone meets you. I'm sure was there. What was there ever time that when you are? Starting off or maybe further along the road that. Whether it was fitness equipment or that you've wanted to design a concept you had for something with those ever in the plans present something that sort of came to you at some point or something. You actively sought out. You. Know your work on a lot of different equipment. and when when a pieces? Well received by nine out of ten people. It's probably a great piece one. It's well received by one OUTTA ten people. There's probably something wrong with. He's not the people. But the fact that it was made in a first lease lace means it probably is valid to whatever degree so you might want to tweak it and I go into that for a while. And I had a great guy, a machinist who was very available and accommodating never questioned that he just said Yep I. Get it and he would help me. You know, enlarge cedar or bend to handle a certain way or put a stop on something. And and it was, it was fun and interesting work, and it was outside of my real knowledge. It was all based on on feel and on client. Feedback so yeah, I got into that for a little bit, but. That's not my My First Love, and it's definitely not my my real skill set. Okay and the real skill set you do have. I'm sure there's some things that revolve around it and sort of help. It run a little smoother. Maybe some daily objectives things that you make sure you get accomplished that you credit your own productivity to that shortage shaped your baseline day to day. I want everybody to have house. A great experience during the workout I want I want from the minute. They pull into the gym. Till the minute they leave, our wanted to be phenomenal and I wanted to leave on on upbeat. was an upbeat feeling, and and just knowing what they did was good for them. It was it was worth it It was worth it whether that's. The price the drive there. The time commitment you know everybody has. A threshold for what drains them right some some people. It's price some people. It's time some people. It's Energy output you just WanNa. Make sure that when they leave. They feel it was an equitable exchange and that they. You know they WANNA come back. And sounds from an entrepreneurial standpoint whether it's a gym or Maybe, your e commerce does making sure the you're tending to your your customer's needs, and your as personable as you can be in your making sure that these people are satisfied every day day in and day out. I should make you as the business or the entrepreneur, or the just just a person in general I. Guess for for most feel good about yourself and feel good about what you're doing like. You said you don't always have to be on, but you you kind of do have to. You. Do have to be that that. That brand person. Egg. Donor twenty, four, seven, three, sixty five, and that would be to include the the treatment of people right? At the end of the day entrepreneur, not if you're in the training business, and this may be a little different for strength coaches, but if you're the training business, you're in the service business and. You're not the boss. Really. They are the boss. Yes, you're in charge of the workout. Yes, you are in charge of mapping outpacing it. preppy, but but they hire you, so it would only. Be Smart to make sure that their experience is one that they want to. DUPLICATE THEY WANNA. Do it again, they won't you know so? Serve them and if you think you're too good to serve. To good to go, get them a water Hanauma water and I've had this discussion. Slash debate slash argument with a number of people Venice. You know I don't do that for them. I don't get their dumbbells. I tell them grab the forty and get on the bench. No problem that's your brand just like there are some restaurants that. You walk through in itself. Serve and you take a train you do that. And then there are other restaurants where you sit down and the server pusher. Napkin in your lap, so it and there's all kinds of things in between those two extremes, so you go. What do you want to be like what is your? What is your brand? Look like and is the brand that you wanNA create an N.. Grow. Does that work for your targeted demographic. It may be lost on some, but it may be without it demographic you're looking for. Has No interest in you, so you may have to make sure all that alliance, and then it comes down to. Does your location aligned with your demographic. Yes, you can be a destination, but you know that only works so far. Your parking has to be In line with your service right Yeh a great restaurant with terrible terrible parking. Is GonNa have to get a valet at some point or you're going to have to realize that people are not gonna come there unless there's just a ton of foot traffic in the area, so you have to think those things through before you before you define yourself a brand yourself. I. Know People personally that have left both Jim in restaurants just due to something as simple as parking. I have. Nothing to be ashamed of Yeah I have actually done it to you. I was speaking for myself. Is GonNa go? In it's not that I'm too good for you. Just go I just can't like I can't get in here. This is not let's go on. Let's go to another restaurant and you just burn. It would have to be. Some kind of meal for me to mean and I know people who wind for certain things, and and and that may play to the. Once every two weeks going out to dinner thing, but that doesn't work on a on a return. Type business like workouts. If people have to wait in line to get a parking space for their personal training sessions three four five times a week. They're not going to be coming back after week. One for sure, factly now a gun so I can let you get back to writing out those workout temp with that. You have for your clients whether it's tomorrow. The next day of the rest of the week I wanted to ask what sort of career sort of major career decisions were decision or pivot. Did you have to make or do you credit your success with as a legendary fitness entrepreneur? I think you have to again. You have to stay true to yourself. You have to go. The these are the people don't WanNa. Work with this is how I want to work. You should definitely stay open to. Trends and fads in those don't necessarily have to have I don't mean that in any pejorative way at all. That's not a bad saying. Some trends become the norm right some some fad stick in there forever and their great. We don't look back at my God. That was a horrible. Fad you know whether it's fashioned hair. Whatever some of them are just look back go. What were they thinking back then? Some you go. Yeah, that that worked. then. That was cool. then. Maybe I could bring that back. So you have, you should definitely be open to the new stuff that comes up and and try to find the. It's easy to bash anything and everything new. It's way more It's. Clever, it's smarter I think to try to find something good. To Poach from all the things that are coming up and coming out, and then slowly build your own fitness philosophy and let it devolve. Let it take on. A natural you know, let it be a living breathing thing I'm a I'm incorporating this my workout. I didn't used to do this movement. This is more yoga basis more space. This is more powerlifting base. This a straight-sets bodybuilding style workout that I'm going to do on Saturdays now for the next six weeks just to see if I fill in the blank. The open to all that. And make it your own. The most important is have fun with it if you're in. If you want to not have fun. There are a lot of other careers you can do that can guarantee you not to be fun, but if you're doing something, you're following your passion. Have! Find a way to enjoy it and have fun with it. You know not every day as you know shits and Giggles, but have fun with it. Because that's what you set out to do, you set out to do something good something that you love. Enjoy it. Made you everyone governor. It's been great having you on the manure. Thank you very much? Appreciate your having on Dylan. Thank you really hope you guys enjoyed today's episode. Now one major question you gotTA. Be asking yourself fitness. Entrepreneur is this business for you. 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Speidi's Post-Thanksgiving Recap!

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Speidi's Post-Thanksgiving Recap!

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So it's like we'll be there while we're not there also loved blank and watch it when I'm away from governor. So I can see what he's doing and what abbey's doing and it's almost like I'm there with them. And I also like to monitor the neighborhood. See what's going on a street? Yeah. Heidi's neighborhood watch. So make sure you get all these amazing features no subscription fees to choose from. All this amazing. Blink cameras start at only ninety nine dollars super easy super-safe blink home security to get yours. Go to blink for home dot com slash Spidey as SP Idei. Genders all identities. However, you want a recognize yourself, we love you. This is the big Spidey famous again soon to be renamed podcasts to late. I don't know. It's just gonna get let me turn off thicker since music, please. Thank you. It's not Christmas yet. Honey, those are very cute pants. When did you get those? Oh, shoutout page, our girl, Nikki page and policies hooked it up. That's not an ad Harris. Sh we have a lot going on here. Happy thanksgiving to everyone. I hope you is how to great one. We had so much fun onyx giving we started. I was do a tradition where I make banana bread muffins and watch the parade. And this is the first year that Gunnar loved the parade is so fine, especially because MO law that Omar always. Alamo and Sesame Street. So any saw those come on. He just had so much fun and all the dancing, and then they loved the puppy parade after. So we had so much fun. And it spun did like a little family holidays and have him enjoy it. It's just going to get more fun as he gets older and Stephanie Pratt of the London socialite came and shared Turkey with us. I did not mention that. We had a little. Sibling giving just the three hundred is also so we had like three or four thanksgiving's. Whoa. The maroon did you see we're at three or four thanksgiving? So we had a Friendsgiving. We had Stephanie up here. We went down to Spencer's parents house, and we all had a lot of fun. So. Spencer needs to stop shopping online because he's spending a lot of money thousand dollars out of our budget. Yeah. So when you shop online, then it's like, you're just gonna keep wanting stuff and being inspired by art. I'm addicted to fashion like Brennan Wordell, shutout branded speaking of our friend, Brandon. If you haven't listened to his podcast, which I'll be honest, I haven't, but I'm sure it's really funny with Jack. I forget the name of it. But it's great allegedly on now is on it. I dunno side note, just trying to change the subject advocated fashion today, expensive, Adeje Heidi day didn't even know she was walking by these boots Hearn gun or pick them out. Didn't even realize she's pigging out my favorite designer Amiri in. So she said I'm pair when one they're exactly and need a nice booed. I can't be wearing all these fancy outfits with sneakers. I'm not not teenager nine MC twenties. Need a dolt looking boots caso one pairs good? But when yeah, it's like hanging on the Donut. Shop long enough you're gonna eat a Donut. I I love you. And we should just talk about other things we're talking about thanksgiving. And I am not. We're already agreed not getting anything. More black Friday is really fun and really hard because you not spending all the money. Mondays. Silence of this is your last day. This'll be tonight when you're listening to this proud daddy crystals dot com severe lasts sale until probably Christmas Eve. So if you wanna get a Chris Dodi, how's your kids of what else lots of drama and the hills. Lots of Java fake people Heidi had a nightmare that shoes on Vander pump. And my gosh show is gnarly. So that show, thankfully, kind of kind of kind of kind of being so hard core. And it is that type of show anyways. But it's a really hard show to be on. All my gosh. So our show too, though is definitely only turned up. Everyone is turned up, but Heidi's going to be nice to everyone. So it's going to be a mean, girl and bully earn like make people feel left out. So if you think let's just say there's people through some shade energy at Heidi. And it's like he's gonna be nice to all women that are out of table, especially women that have not been around the group. So yeah, yeah. I'm not a side. Picker no-one is a close enough friend of mine to take aside like that everyone has to fight her own battles. And I'm here to support and be kind. But I'm going to stay true to myself, and I like all people, and I'm going to just be. Whatever. But people have a problem with that and be where like to make people pick sides. But plea learned a long time ago that you don't pick sides. You don't have to do that. Everyone can choose how they feel. So anyways, we what we learn shot out young Haiti. He's we saw him last night the tree lighting ceremony. He said that our Bod cast is the only gas he likes because it's educational which blew my mind because I that's pretty much the last thing I would describe our gas is he wasn't into our podcast. Are you? Sure, Spencer, Google something sparked. We're taking a sleep turn this week. No, he took a car turn though. Huge shadow. Moana. God bless the writers. And producers wanna thank you for create an thank you Steve Jobs for creating an I've had and any parent that say you let your kid I and the car guess what? Yes. All capitals. Yeah. It's called survival. So key performance and your opinions to yourself because I'm not asking for it. We went an hour and a half and stopped bumper to bumper traffic the other day there and back with such a tired baby could never have made it any other way. And then also yesterday I went by myself to Beverly Hills there and back with gun or any else sleep on the way home. It was so sweet instead of crying bag and trying to rip out, and I do I don't always put on the ipad, especially for shorter trips. But when it's longer trips they just want him to be comfortable and start getting used to the car, and then I can start turning ipad off, more and more. And that's my plan. So it's not always on. But. For these trips that were and it was really fun to get there. And then gonna read so much embar knees now that it can like walk around. He's running everywhere. And I need to get some good shoes for him. Because all the ones they have don't fit any keeps curling little toes and doesn't like him. So gosh, she's like the cutest little thing. So we on the Nike, Honey, we're going to give them some who will Nike's, gee, I would highly recommend going Beverly Hills. At this time, they'll lights are just gorgeous and governor of screaming, and I was like why are we leaving? It was I wanted to stay longer. Maybe we'll go tonight. So let's just sign Beverly Hills has colored lights and it was assigned for higher realize that our tree we're going to get this week is going to color lights on it. And it's going to be such like a big growth for her. No, no. I don't think. So. And so anyways, lots of stuff coming up. I'm going to be recording. My first song this week. So I'm trying to figure out the timing of that Ave. Do not on Thursday and Friday back in the studio, very exciting new genre and just gonna do a single because I think I made that mistake with my last album and did a whole album, and it didn't really come together. Like I had him to go there. We just didn't have eighty million dollars to market. It like lady Gaga did at the time and hers didn't wasn't even a success though. Second one our pop when eighty million dollars by Interscope, so Heidi it has nothing to do with your mazing magical voice in your talent and things Honey. Awesomeness? Thanks, honey. But this time I am going to have an independent label who is going to do a radio push and they're very excited and strategizing himself. So I'm going to have more of a team behind us because before it was religious Spencer. Which was amazing. And I appreciate all his support and hard work. But we just didn't quite have all the connections. Yeah. And also need to start practicing my song way more because then pretty busy. I'm going to check on Gunnar really quickly Pekan. Did you just look go? Go trip or care plan watching home. Oh, well, I just know if we're gonna have this baby like another baby. I just wanna make sure that since we spend one third of our life in bed sheets upgrade to Brooke linens of Ford. -able five star hotel quality bedsheets because if you're thinking about conceiving child, why would you wanna be just some raider bedsheets? 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Sold sold praised Sepe God's a man of also just want to apologize last week. I didn't make one Heidi feel so bad. I'm not anti church, obviously, I just had a bad experience. Always with my bladder issues and always having to p and then if I didn't P would hurt and then if I didn't drink enough water dehydrated, so I have my own issues. It has nothing to do with the experience. I didn't want you to feel some type of way. Yes. Appreciate that. I just want to, you know, step up here and say I had a lot of fun going. But once the preacher told me that he didn't want me using the bathroom it really just left a bad. So maybe I'll just go to church through the and hang out in the bathroom where they have the speaker. Well, I found a new church that is huge and holdback is empty most of the time and everyone comes in and out, and there's crying babies, and I even mentioned that to them about the bathroom that is the weirdest thing we do not feel that way at all. You're more than welcome to come in and out. So maybe one day. It's worse. Maybe that was the devil attacking me in church. That's what it sounded like because it's so fun as a family to go and mean so much to me. So maybe that was a way that devil attacked a man. So just so, you know, so all of our billions of listeners know that. I love going everywhere with Heidi even church, but I was attacked by a preacher and said he told me I am not allowed to use the bath. Room. And I drink a lot of water right now. I'm drinking water. Hold on. Yeah. That was really out of line and road. And that's why we didn't go back to that church. And I totally agreed with that church. But I think it might be worth trying a new church and the one that I found I think you would really enjoy and it's. Yeah. So it would be worth trying again for in my mind. Also, I think we might, sir. Trying for a baby sooner than later. I was thinking three years apart. And I'm still just praying about it a lot because they don't wanna make a mistake. But it's I mean, there is no mistake. There's really no perfect timing. Heidi lose left us, and she's back checking. So I don't know that the year spacing is I don't know. I feel like maybe God's putting it on my heart for a reason to have them closer in age. So they would have more in common growing up. And then it leaves us more time to have a third if we wanted a third and not be rushed. But I don't know. I'm having I heard that once they're out of diapers and one is potty trained it's easier. And then I heard it's easier while you're in it and not sleeping just to keep it moving and to just have that other one. So I'm going back and forth. And a lot of our friends have kids that are. Two years apart. And they said it's really challenging in the first few months, and then it's really fun and amazing. And a lot of my friends have been asking that some of my friends have kids who are fifteen months apart. And they say it's so fun to have them have so much in common growing up together. And then they're more friends. So I'm three years apart for my sister. And that was fun. And I always thought maybe if we were two years apart, we would have been closer. But maybe not maybe we would have been further it's hard to tell. So I think it's going to be had it's challenges and its pros and cons either way. But I'm thinking well, not sleeping. Maybe we just go for it. But do you think? That's what I'm nervous about. You're already not sleeping, and you're already carrying gun around. And you're already saying you're too weak and you need to go the gym. So the idea of, you know, having you also be pregnant and feeling too weak and say, oh my gosh. No. I don't know. It's kind of scary to me, really scary. The most scary actually the most scared I've actually been in a long time. But I totally support you. So would you rather rather wait till next December to be honest. Just idea of having another child is so scary. They're really a timeline. I don't think is gonna make it less scary. His it's way more than I even imagined it being not trying to scare anybody off to try to have a kid. It's amazing. And it's just the best thing ever. But it is if you are as. What's the word? I'm looking for hands on as Heidi is. And as I get to observe. It's a lot. Yeah. I. I when whenever you want. Honey, that's said definitely jumping in the deep end. I think as people would like six kids, and I'm like, they must have super powers or something. Yeah. And a lot of our friends have two kids that are two years apart like our friends we saw last night, and they said shutout genome. Megan we said your name podcast, and they said that tears apart is great. And they weren't sure at first. But now they have so much more in common. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I don't I don't know. Honey. I don't know. I think that maybe the intensification would be more challenging, and I should probably just get another kid while you're still agreeing to have it other kid, and I love when you pretend like I have any say in our lives people. Always like oh hide. It was brainwash. More likes Spencer. Was brainwashed. Keep brain marketed as he won data. A time. Well. Honey, it's very scary. Very nervous. No, you you big pregnant add carrying around leg. You're going to collapse. Well, pregnancy was so fun, and I had the best pregnancy. So hopefully, it would have that again ready for this. Are you really because right now, let's helping you survive is year one glass red wine a day. You ready to go sober for another year? No have you thought about that? I have thought about that. Yeah. 'cause you should think about that. When you race to that bottle to have your one little one. So you can come down and maybe fall asleep, and is really thing about that's no be like, oh my God. You have no caffeine either. I had black tea. While you're pregnant. Bad thing to do. I was wondering, but I only had half of the caffeine of a black T. Yeah. Lots of. Watts of things I think it through. So I don't I don't know. Door Edwato, Cathy. No, that's not all ready. Already. Already thought about this. Really just had something to say good thing. A Meyer funded through and see figured out. What to say why Heidi is taking the dog out to the groomer? I'm gonna tell you something that I've been waiting to tell you for a long breaking time. And you know, I have so many half empty hair products. Because nothing I try lives up to its promise. Then I found living proof. What drove me to live improve was actually Omar are superstar Pradad crystals team member. I'm always like what is going on? How do you have the best hair? No frizz, no damage or fullness, and he's just like Spencer. It's living proof products. 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She's going to open down the street from our mansion it's going to be called Heidi's. Yeah. That would be great. Maybe we called gunners. Yeah. There is cool hurting Heidi's at the airport and Dan Denver. Yeah. You're right there, exactly. Goners? It'd be really cool that would be so fun. We are going there for Christmas. So exciting. Blacked out once you realize no one year. No, I had something important to say. Yeah. Yoga drink more. I thought you were going to say that maybe you're nervous about governor not wanting to share me. But that's another reason why I wanted to have the kids sooner. Because once he's three years old, then he's really territorial and has more jealousy. But the sooner you have the baby there's less of that like jealousy and territorial nece. So that's why I was thinking two years part might be better. Also, you saw with that baby last night. How he was that when he was grabbing at the baby and put it in a hat on and off like I think he would have so much fun. I totally agree. I'm just think sounds. I dislike I could be wrong. But it feels like we are surviving right now. And I don't feel like we're thriving like. So just don't want you to do something. I don't know maybe if you slept and then just I don't know how healthy that would be for you to be pregnant and not getting like all the rest of your body needs. I don't know. Now, a do for babies development and his womb like tell you like sleeping. It seems a little all valid points. But I might not sleep again. We'll see my face leaving in tears, but very valid points. Very very so. Well, keep thinking about that one. I hope you guys all had great black Friday sales. And that you guys all deals and back to the fashion. Heidi got some amazing just happy sneakers on sale off how she's been waiting months, and she has no regrets about the ones that I forced her to buy last time because she can't wear heels. So they're cheating. Yeltsin. Arm for thirty minutes. You can't wear my Brown. Yeah. You have water. You're hoarding over there. Always. What else is going on? Let's just go over some pop culture news hide. He's not sure she believes this. But. Yesterday on the Kardashians. Kim Carter, I only know this because this was on TMZ, which I love looking at TMZ. Kim Kardashian said that she's done ecstasy twice. Once she did it and got married in the second time. She did it she had a sex tape and hide thinks it's just convenient storyline in about just trying to sound cool of if people think that sounds cool. I don't know. But that's that's pretty much deal me big news. I Santi which the sad that celebrities are hiding their lives Moscow's there should be way. More famous people news who didn't we see somebody famous? We saw Tyra banks that sushi. Something that just really affected me last night. There was a line at the ice cream shop in gun or wanted ice cream, and these two ladies tried every single flavor of ice cream when I say line, I'm talking we in the library scheme for probably thirty five minutes watching these two ladies eat every single ice cream like two people think ever about other people. I would never do that. Actually, I'll never sample ice cream ever again after that experience it so I have a lot of people saying two years apart is the best on my g and some people say waited five years. So I'm not done. They can wait that one. But. Yeah. So reading all the comments they just put up at my about which one. So thank you all for your comments on. I also sometimes they don't have the time to respond, but I appreciate all the love and all your comments, and I do read them. So. Yes. We have the hills wrapping up here, we will be filming intensely for the next few weeks. And now we're going to be offered Christmas, which will be really fun. And then I'm not sure after that what will happen. I feel like we'll have some pick ups, and like just a few more things to film after the holiday is. But wow, I spent quite the journey, and what ablest thing it has been. It's been really good for me to have more girl time even just having a one on one covers station again. And we're seeing myself to get out I've been such a blessing. It's been fun. Having some date nights with Spencer and to be out on the town together, dressing up and having hair and makeup. So I know people say make it more like your daily life, but it is a TV show, and it is going on TV show. Yeah. And they like the glitz glamour. Heidi got an Email, actually that said was Midland. They won aspirational and. Debit and say, we wanna know makeup pajamas. Mum live with through Anya, shits and. This is not a relatable show. It's just a different version of it. And it's not a twenty four hour reality show. It is certain reality of win people come together. And what that reality is. So it's not like Spencer and I with go pros on her head. So every show we're gonna come back to you to burrito suit, and you can see more there. Yeah. So just know it is like the hills where a group of people come together and then drama happens and they fell nut. So that is what the hills is. It's great. I can't wait to see it. I think that can't wait to see how it comes together. And see what other people have been saying this whole time because I thought people were friends, and we'll see I mean, not real friend. Everyone is talking so much trash about everyone. I think so too. It's like if there was I think there'll be a season two just because there's going to be so much trash talking. They're going to be like, oh now everyone. No, really be real. Yeah. And they won't be able to hide their little smug comments or whatever. But I keep it real. I meant to say it to your face. Oh, say dear face. Fencer to censor keeps it real. But I'm sure I keep it even more real in. My testimonial interviews. They're gonna income for you season to trust me arm. Maybe we've done this season to just the this battle. Pull the no see I watch busy tonight last night and lady gang, and I'll watch late again wearing my pink lady gang sweater drinking out of my lady gang Cup. And I was just like gang gang and even Jack DM d- or shared under story. And she said Setzer is the fourth member of the lady gang. Whoa goals. Yeah. But you know, it you should have been wearing is fabrics because they're fashioned focus active wear on a mission to empower women and to live their best lives out of forcible prices. So they have yoga cross fit stroll in the park. Whatever it is. You can wear fabrics. They got you covered and their designs are all created in house. 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Oh, I forgot about that. So when we visited the opening a little market a Palisades village, and I did a video at the owner Hannah they shared it in story. And I was like oh my God. That's so great everyone's adults and moved on. And I was like, you know, let me look, let's see little miss L C's, listen, breakdown and deleted, it edgy story. She did. But I got a screen shot. So funny that she cares at this point. She like pretends so much not to care, and she really cares. So entertaining to me like why don't you really move on? Like, you say you. You have my favorite quote that her team or whoever about the hills coming back, and why Lawrence not going to do it. I just saw this yesterday. Hurt says learns in a different place in her life, or no, it's like the it's been over nine years. We're all at different places in our lives. So your little rep should step up their little quote games. The dumbest response at our way. Learns at a different place. Yeah. It's called life. Everyone has different place like what come on? Now, you're trying to throw shade. And it didn't even work. Yeah. I think they're trying to say learned as an a paycheck get what they're saying. But it's she just say that Laura's a need the money should says Lauren's millionaire does need real. But then Kristen Cavaliers one hundred millionaire and she's doing reality TV shot out cabbie very cavalier on e wish. Shannon was cubby back. Sorry. She might I hope in the finale, it doesn't look like it in season one. And now we'll have to tune in and see what happens tuning in. Oh, I binge watched the my first show. Oh my gosh. Heidi was acting like it was so many episodes. How many of us eating was I laughed so hard when I found out after I weighed. No, wait. How many of us is do you think it was? And I was watching invest for like, ten episodes. You're watching TV all day and. There was only six episodes. There were six of us odes, forty minutes. And I watched it in best basketball. It's definitely over the six hours. I did not watch any of the full episodes. So it's called bodyguard on Netflix. It's really good. I loved it. And it was the first show that I've got to watch all the way through invest forward in over a year and four months, so that's cool. And do we are talking about seeing record Ralph twice? Oh my gosh. Heidi Heidi, tell tell everyone Heidi. Let me tell you guys. We went to wreck it Ralph at that. What is it called Silio snow Paul signal cinema? Paula's polls. Apple something like that. The movie theater where they bring the food so gun her sat there for thirty minutes. Eating the pizza stuffing his face give them a little lemonade. He had so much fun sitting there and watching it then he kind of had his attention span drop a little bit. And we ran in front of the screen. Couldn't really see us. There was like a big carpet. It's brand new. So it was really fun for like run around in. And we stayed there. It was a matinee. So we weren't like ruining their other kids there. And then we made it almost the whole movie. And I wasn't sure if we were going to because he skipped a nap, and he was so tired, and I was like all right. We already paid for the tickets. We'll just try and if he needs to leave or he falls asleep. We'll just go from there. But he ended up having so much fun and crashed running at home and fall asleep. So we had so much fun that we decided last night after we went to Beverly Hills gutter fell asleep in the car and the ride home and came back. I'm dinner. We went to the tree lighting at the Palisades. We basically missed the tree lighting, but. At the end. It was so crowded you could hardly even get through. They had Christmas killer lers carolers there. They had faked. Snow? We saw like a minute of it. And then after that all the people laughed, and we're like, well, where should we go all the restaurants are going to be busy. Let's go eat in the movie theater. So we went and we saw record route for like twenty minutes just had some food left. But it was really fun. The whole experience of it. So we have been on a really fun role. Gunners loving getting out more, which are at least watching TV more in the car. We've angry the park now. I just need to sleep in life will start getting easier, and then I can have a realistic conversation. They has been about another baby it's realistic. What everyone do you think you'll survive? I just wanna to live. Yeah. I'd like to live to who's out the door Abbe or the groomers standby to our mazing listeners. This music is brought to you by Spencer. To to two. Sunset mobile, grooming. Their amazing. Oh my gosh. We didn't talk about. Thank you so much podcast one network for getting us tickets to go see Billy eyelash the superstar rockstar in LA the Fonda theatre ended up. She was supposed to be initially. We were told it was eight thirty. So we're going to go there for our anniversary ten years marriage. What a blessing and go celebrate like hip young cool people. And then we were informed that she didn't go. She wasn't going to go on tell ten thirty which made it impossible for Heidi to go because of governor and on the website of the fun at theatre, even if we wanted to get reckless. It said no babies in arms, which wo settle down there. So I went with one of my best friends since. Like preschool who didn't even know who Billy Irish was and his mind melted. The best part is he's a bodyguard for major A-List. Celebrities. He so he's used to just going straight through the crowd back stage. And he's I follow me thinking, I'm a celebrity guests. He hasn't heard our podcast called make Spidey famous again. So he's pushing all not pushing like moving through the sold out crowd from all the way to the back all the way to the stage during the performance, and we get to like the security and he's I- points at me. And he's I we're going back stage wherever in the guys like wear your backstage passes. And he's I know points to me again, I might dude. And he doesn't know who I am. We're not getting back there. And he's I go back to the back first off. It's open floor, buddy. We can go wherever we won. But that was oh, here's the best part of the story. As he is leading us through the crowd, some young girls who like. What are those seventy year olds doing their Cy immediately turn at that group of girls? And I go excuse me. I'm eighty years old. And guess what music? It's age lists. You'll learn that on your way to eighty but definitely one of the oldest I've ever felt in my life being called a seventy year old are the kids you're in the club with the was an Heidi identity called. Remember, I go to the club to promote product crystals dot com on MTV's the hills new beginnings once erupts in four weeks, I will not be in the clubs again. 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(Ep6) Leaving Neverland and The "S" Words

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55:44 min | 1 year ago

(Ep6) Leaving Neverland and The "S" Words

"<music> hi and welcome welcome to manage to magic and my podcast. I'm with crazy a love story. I'm your host paulina milana author of the s. word this show is for for those of us find ourselves surrounded by madness and wanting to find the magic within. We're going to come together here as caregivers to those who who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Maybe it's someone in the family we've been born into. Maybe it's someone we love. Maybe it's someone we work with. Maybe even it's ourselves whether we've been thrust into this caregiver role or taken on by choice. This podcast is where we're going to share our stories and and learned to realize the magic and all the man. We may have been experiencing. I promise you it can be done so let's get to it <music>. Hi everyone thanks for joining me again. Today's podcast is one. I'm i'm feeling compelled to do. I hadn't planned on doing a podcast on this particular topic that of sexual predators and sex abuse and for some of you you may wonder what this has to do with mental illness and caregiving and to that. I'll give a simple answer a lot. I i hope you'll stick with me as i explain what's on my mind and in my heart rate now having just watched for the second time the h._b._o. Documentary leaving being neverland. I'm not sure if you listeners have seen it but if you have or if you plan to i can promise it will change your perspective on on so many things the reason i'm talking about it. Today is because secrets suffocate that's in part what leaving never orlando revealed and it's what my book the s. word is about the s. Word is a memoir more about secrets but the reason i called my book. The s. word is because of everything involved in keeping those secrets and just so happen in the writing of the book that i realized that so much of what my story was about included words that begin with the letter s so yes it's about schizophrenia and yes it's about growing up sicilian and yes it's about <music> out shame and stigma and seduction and sacks watching leaving neverland brought back for me the very same mhm swirl of emotions that i experienced and made me realize that a i wasn't alone be what i went through isn't exclusive to culture or gender or status see that the people involved everyone involved has both both good and bad in them both predator and prey and it can be at the same time d. that what i had gone and through and felt and still feel today is normal and that it's not over. Maybe it'll never be over and then finally really that. It wasn't my fault now. I'm sure you're wondering what it is. If you've read my book you might have a sense of what i'm referring to if not let me set the stage so my family was struggling when i was growing up my mom's undiagnosed mental illness was taking its toll physically emotionally financially on all of us. We kept it all a secret. What happened in the family stayed in the family sicilians. Call it costra but we took it to the extremes. I was thirteen years old when i forged my birth certificate to get a job at the local donuts store. The year was one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The internet didn't exist no social media. No cell phones actually had the donut shop where i worked. We didn't even have a phone. I mean i mean we did. There was a push button phone on the wall but the owners had disabled it so that you couldn't call out so it really wasn't much of a phone at all unless you're clever enough to know how to make it work another way and if there's one thing that i have been that i pride myself at being clever people have said that i am resourceful but i'm clever and resourceful because as i learned throughout my life how to be in order to survive no matter what so when i was working at a donut shop late one friday night all alone with just the radio to keep me company i retreated into a world of my own where it was safe to sing out loud odin dance and just be me at the time i remember singing and dancing to songs like i wanna kiss you all over and hot child child in the city. I was a teenager becoming more and more sexually aware i thought about the cute boys in my class as well as the hot dads <music> whose kids i babysat the sexy teachers and even our young priest about whom i fantasized when i went to church it was my time to be age appropriate and not have to think about caregiving or the madness that awaited me when and i got home all the more ironic than for mental illness to come find me during that fateful friday night i remember i was singing and dancing to an all time favorite band sticks. They had just come out. I think with grand delusion sticks sticks with the first live concert i ever went to my brother. Rosario and my older sister actually took me to see them. The rosemont horizon for my twelfth birthday we sat on the main floor in folding chairs and i got to stand on that chair and sing as loud as i wanted wanted to shake my behind and just go crazy all the things. My mother wouldn't have approved up. She had thought that i was <hes> sexually promiscuous and who knows what else i think that's why i loved the band sticks so much. The concert was my very first and was very the one of the few times in my life up until that point when i could enjoy being a normal or at least what i thought normal was. That's why i think i made sure always to sing out. Loud whenever ristic tune came on and that's exactly what i was doing when i was all alone at that donut shop at the age of thirteen that song came man the radio and i was belting out my best version of sticks is fooling yourself and there's this whole part you know blow blow-by-blow and i just remember at the top of my lungs. I'm singing matt and i i turn around and there's a guy who enters in and this man came out of nowhere. There's no car in the parking lot no headlights in the in the glass windows that would signal a patron arriving. I don't even remember you know the the door to the <hes> donut shop had these little tinkling bells on attached to it survey time. You'd open it up. They would kind of tinkle. You know sorta like the it's a wonderful life. Clarence bells angels everytime a bell rings that kind of thing. That's always what i would think of when i would hear them but this time there was nothing thing didn't hear a thing. Maybe i missed it because i was singing in my own world. All i know is that i simply turned around and he was is there was pacing back and forth back and forth back and forth the entire length of the shop only his his pacing was more a shuffle and the only thing between me and the man was the counter i remember for a moment i was completely paralysed. I was fear just completely took me over and at that moment that man stopped and he turned and faced me and we just stared at each other i he it was just like a blank blank face. He was older older than my papa so we're talking talking. I don't know at that point. I don't even know fifty sixty somewhere around. There are older than sixty. I'd say maybe a little younger. He was fatter pretty rotund. He was taller. He was a big guy. I'm definitely a good six inches at least taller than i was and it's passable. Maybe you know that i saw him is so big because i was so vary alone in small bomb than i remember. His hair was wispy. It was like standing straight up permanent state state of attention every strand though was saluting its own captain going this way and that it was already already gray. Excuse me kind of matched what i remember. His tee-shirt was it was. Maybe maybe maybe used to be white but it was great. It was stained with remnants of meals from days gone by maybe he sported these <hes> pajama bottoms and they were nearly worn through. They were kind of like faded blue stripes and i remember on his feet. He had these like tattered brown. Brown slippers <hes> very bizarre since outside. It was slushy grey snow that was on the ground. It was cold <hes> winner <hes> when he came through a he reminded me of <hes> used washrag <hes> even his pajama bottoms were all et soaked through from having walked. I'm assuming through the snow. I had found my voice and stammered out. Can i help you and that started him shuffling pacing back and forth again it was then that i noticed his response. He had a hospital respond and immediately. I thought to myself i i. I know what i'm looking at here. I was still very much afraid but a strange sense of comfort almost came over me. I thought i've been here before with my mom. I and i knew what i needed to. I needed to get help now. As i told you earlier. The phone had been disabled in the place but i knew you clever me. I knew how to make it work so i dialed nine one one by depressing the switch hook and that's that part part of the phone for those of you who only use cellphones the part of the phone where the headpiece <hes> sits on it. That's how you hang up a phone a traditional traditional phone and if you click that <hes> very fast according to the <hes> the number you're trying to dial so if you're dialing nine you click it nine times really fast then one then one the call will through and that's exactly what i did and it did it went went through and moments later. Two officers show up and they introduce themselves now. I'm changing the names <hes> and this full the story and how it unfolds is part of my book the s. word but the two guys there was officer james brown and officer tim geithner and they were both kind of the same age. I don't know i don't know if i realized it right at the moment that i saw them but they were late. Thirties thirties early forties officer brown was <hes> black african american and his uniform showed off every muscle officer gagner was taller. He was much more slender equally muscular <hes> and he had like strawberry blonde hair the bluest of is he had this cheshire cat like smile and swagger of kinda. I've been around the block and i carry a gun. He he reminded me <hes> of clint eastwood and i love clint eastwood my pine i would regularly sit up late late nights to watch his movies <hes> especially the westerns the man with no name that was papa's favorite i my favorite was the outlaw outlaw josey wales but this guy just boom <hes> made me think of clinic swim and i watched as is the two officers kind of took charge they asked me about the donut. Shopowner had to get a hold of him. I had no clue soon after officer brown. He was kind of <hes> tending to the to the guy who had come in <hes> with the hospital bracelet and they'd called for an ambulance. I think and i saw officer gunner brush some hair off his shirt sleeve and he put his hand hand over the receiver. I think he was talking. I don't even know who is talking to but i remember him talking putting his hand over the receiver turning me and he whispered that he was single a couple of cats. I nodded. I liked cats too. It was just a. I don't know silly thing that i remember and governor and brown. They were asking the man questions. They weren't getting any answers. They they put handcuffs on him. The man never said a word he just kind of kept rocking back and forth after a while the ambulance came took him away officer brown went with but officer gunner stayed behind and i'm saying never gave another thought officer brown or to the man man who's taken away my thoughts were instantly consumed with officer gunner who for the first of what would be many times over the course of a year sat himself down on the first pink stool in front of the curved white counter and ordered a coffee black with two sugars any order to strawberry iced raised dona. I remember thinking to myself. This was funny and i i remember laughing. He had asked why it was so funny. I just said nothing and asked if it was to go. I think the reason i found it so funny was here is this you know big kinda cop and he's having the same donut that like a little kid would <hes> would order right the ones that like like the parents picked out the dozen donuts after church and that's what they wanted you know the the the donuts that were strawberry iced or sprinkled or you know the kid donuts so anyway hindsight had been paying attention. I might have connected the dots <hes> but didn't when i asked him if he wanted to go i remember he said no. I think i'll have it here with you. And there was a deliberateness to his to his responses i served in the dona plate and <hes> and i remember because like nobody he kind of really came in the coffee had been on for a long time so i said you know make a fresh pot. I head was like pulling the the basket out of the coffee maker and i casually kinda turned you know to him and said you know if you want. I mean because then i'm thinking wait you know maybe he's fine with this coffee. He's he's a cop at assume that he drinks you know old coffee the time and so i said you know if you want officer gunner and i remember he paused and gave me this look that wo- just unsettled told me and he said two simple words i want and they're innocent words right i want i want wii. I want but that whole look and the tone it made me turn away and blush and so i kept my back to him. It was brewing the fresh coffee and he said to me. Hey you know it's it's just gone. Are you can call me gunner. What's your name and i answered him. I don't even think i turn around. I just said mama names paolina but people call me paula because it's easier which all that's true and he came back and said well powell lena and he emphasized the the pronunciation my word powell lena. This is the best donut ever created <hes> so good and he like exaggerated. <hes> high was eating it. I mean gene by had to pick one word to be devoured that donut and he said you know strawberries whereas favorite he was like exuberant like looking his fingers clean. It was licking his lips. I just it was. I know it sounds it sounds odd but the that visual just all of it just the whole first time meeting him just sticks in my mind so anyway flats thoughts feelings raging through me. <hes> i the best way to describe it. I was a nerve day. I've i used the word jumbos <hes> before you know when i was a kid i used to say you know he gives me. The jumbo leaves <hes> for officer gunner owner. It was that and then some so i quickly grabbed an empty coffee cup. I put it under the flowing stream team of coffee. I'm not even waiting for it to be totally done. I give him the sugar. Spoon everything that you know you're supposed to do then. I stepped back and i realized that was like stepping back as far as i could. <hes> there's a refrigerator there and not necessarily sure why but every part of me as much which is i was forcing myself back. Every part of me wanted to cross the counter that i remember and i i said something really kind of what i thought was professionally <hes> adult. I was kind of like well if you if you like strawberry donuts not we've got strawberry. Jelly filled donuts <hes>. I just said some stupid stuff. He laughed drank and then he started asking questions about if i was here by myself <hes> late night always he said you know other kind of questions about my schedule. I i answered and you know nothing. Nothing totally unusual. I i remember though at that point <hes> pretty quickly. I saw over his shoulder <hes> a car headlights. <hes> it happened to be my papa. He would come and get me at the end of the night he would signal don't signal my dad three times like flashing the lights so that i knew that he was there that it was him so i kind of pointed out the window and instead all that's my father <hes> usually he sits with me <hes> but in a lately hasn't been able to that kind of conversation so oh my dad comes in and i just kind of i i remember just being really nervous and like blabbering and i don't remember what else other than the feelings and it comes in and usually he sat in the very same seat that you you know gunner was now occupying. My dad didn't think anything of it sat in the one right next to him. Leaned over gave me a kiss. My dad always would say how's is my baby girl. I loved that honestly to feel like i was cared for by somebody so you know his. His child has baby girl sorta like the george bailey. It's wanna flav zuzu. <hes> i just i always felt safe safe and i'm this night with him coming in and saying that as much as i know i was a little bit embarrassed because officer goner. I also really needed to hear that and i think i think maybe needed him to hear that so anyway. So i introduce my father tops. Our governor and gunnar extends his hand then he he says again you know nice to meet powell lena's father and he said something about you have a very adult daughter going into kind of a little bit of what had happened happened. <hes> my dad you know english was not his first language so he really didn't understand a lot of the conversation. I didn't understand you know adult. What is he saying kind of thing. <hes> just a big question mark on my dad's <hes> head or face ace and and my father remember in his broken english he thanked him. You know thank you fish out. He called the officers officers goofy giles and he said something like you know. I know she's so smart and then he was kinda like going into his apologies why he couldn't be there. <hes> and you know his own work the family cetera and you're gonna sit him. You know what's your name. My father told him antonio tony and he said okay. Call me tim. I mean just a back and forth kind of <hes> the adults talking and he said you know that if if he wanted my father wanted <hes> he could drive by there <hes> every night he could stop in and keep an eye out on our girl. I know he called me that on our girl here every night and and you know then he was kinda like turn me and saying that and you can start to teach me how to speak italian because during the conversation i had said some things my father to translate an italian and and <hes> and my dad again was like what is he talking about <hes> he was kind of talk and fast and i i was thankful that my dad kind of didn't know english as much as i was wishing that he was a little more <hes> on top of it you know so anyway at the end of the day really when i think back on it it was that moment when <hes> when governor offers to common keep an eye out on our girl and stay with me in place of my dad and my dad is so grateful for it <hes> because here here's a police officer authority figure <hes> who who you know you trust will we'll do the right thing and protect right and so my father said yes. Yes please. You know if you could come. Stay with her so you you know hindsight twenty twenty that pretty much was official permission for governor to keep his eyes on me and again. I'm you know i'm i'm. I know i'm thirteen at this point. Turns out gunner was thirty nine at this point and at that point it. It excited me as much as kind of scared me. I i remember thinking to myself <hes> okay. I you know i'm damsel. In distress you know the the girl with the heart of gold. She can take care of herself. She can fight back all goes but sometimes you know you get in a little a little bit over your head and you need garner to swoop in and rescue you know in my mind like in my thirteen year old mine all of this kind of fantasy fantasy going on in part because one of my favorite favorite movies even to this day is the very first rocky movie and if you remember <hes> there's a scene <hes> where rocky and adrian are alone remember. She's a shy kind of <hes> a plain spinster kind of person and they're alone in his apartment and he corners her. He's wearing just his wife. If beater under shirt he raises his arms hangs them from whatever it was a pipe from the ceiling and his entire being is like threatening threatening to swallow her up and she's kind of backing up and he says i wanna kiss you. You don't have to kiss me back if you don't feel like it but you know that's when they're i you know <hes> sexual encounter <hes> happens and i remember i know i was only what ah eleven i think when i saw the first rocky but when i saw it i i wanted to feel what adrian felt felt <hes> and here with gunnar i was feeling those same feelings i had never before really felt something like this for or grown up man <hes> and never felt it like a first time i felt something like that was rocky right so rocky watching him that whole kind of adrian being taken quote unquote <hes> and how she was completely changed afterward right so afterward jazz new hair new clothes new attitude attitude everything's changed for the better and and in watching the movie so too was i and then you know i just fantasy land. I i thought that being taken and being better is always kind of how it worked <hes> but again that's fantasy and didn't know any better at that age so anyway you know gone are being thirty nine. He should've known and <hes> sunny how for months after that governor would come sit with me at the donut shop just him and i alone for hours talking gene and he felt super-safe <hes> super you know we were on par <hes> friends <hes> confidence and <hes> and at the same time he felt super dangerous so one night i'd been in the back room and i don't know i was doing something i i remember hearing those angel bell angel bells on the door <hes> ringing announcing somebody's arrival and i had barely crossed the threshold from like the back room to the front <hes> room where people oh come in and suddenly i stopped because there was governor and the difference here was gunner was just standing there and not not sitting in his usual pink stool at the counter not even waiting on the other side of the counter right where people come come in and sit he had crossed the threshold to where <hes> you know in the way of the cash register is the coffeemaker is where the we're the low boy like glass case with the donuts are and he was he was just standing there behind the front counter just inches for me and my side of the counter and i remember thinking immediately while you crossed crossed a line that that's a line you never crossed before and he said do me a favor would you and that's how it all started. That's how our relationship kind of crossed over a line so i remember he wasn't even really looking at me. He he was so nonchalant about it. <hes> and all those warning voices in my head like hey. There's something wrong with this or or you know off. Donna danger will robinson kind of thing i think because he was so flipping so nonchalant like it was no big deal. I thought to myself you know what this is. You're you're silly. Thirteen year old fantasy brain kinda gone off. This is nothing this normal. You're just not normal so then <hes> as i was watching governor started pulling links of scotch tape from the dispenser so we had you know scotch tape kind of dispenser <hes> it's the one that kinda you just pull the tape when you box up the donuts and seals it and he was just kind of acting like he belonged there. He was in my space where i worked uninvited. He i remember even grabbed like one of the strawberry ice doughnuts that we love so much with his hand from the display rack stuffing it into his mouth with one hand like pretty much swallowing it whole like again again like oh exaggerating like it was kind of fun and games and excuse me while i while i didn't know exactly exactly what to say. I didn't know that he was somewhere where he didn't belong at that moment. So he took those long strips of tape each one he like pulled it out like a foot long and he started lining them up up against the top edge of the glass counter and they were just like dangling like the the streamers the hang off the olden day handlebars of a bicycle right at least these to do that when i was little and he just kept pulling those long strips of tape and lining them up on the counter and i pretty much just watched kinda mesmerized paralyzed not quite sure <hes> just not quite sure of what was going on then he walked himself backward continuing to make himself at home <hes> actually pulled out a mug poured himself a cup of coffee <hes> he comes back and i i think he put some sugar like just again just as if it was a normal kind of thing and then he he returned to his task at hand with the tape and he didn't ask he just reached out to me he took both my hands in his is he lifted my arms bending them at the elbows and positioned my hands in front of his chest as if almost says if <hes> like he'd be placing handcuffs around my wrists and with one of his hands holding one outstretched l. stretch of mine he took those long strips of tape sticky side up and he began rapping them over and over my hands from the tips of my fingers to the base of my palms so he didn't give me a chance task what he was doing. The look on my face must have been clear enough to ask the question and he said i need your help in in getting rid of the evidence. That's what he said. He was smiling. He was kinda puffing up his chest when he said it and that's that's what he called it the evidence now. I knew that governor had cats. He'd told me <hes> are. I like meeting. I'm pretty much and even if he hadn't told me i do remember the number of times he would come into the shop he had like cat here visible on his uniform and you know anybody who was paying attention knew that he had cat hair that covered him so again in my mind mine. I'm like okay. I guess whatever's going on here is legit so relaxed. A little and gunner said something like he just needed a friend to help him brush off all the hair. He didn't notice how bad it was until he got in there her under the lights. Actually you may not even said that. I think i think honestly that's what i was kind of justifying in my head but but anyway he pulled me up by my waste a little closer to him and both my hands now we're fully wrapped <hes> in the tape like mummies sticky side died up and i just remember thinking you know. I should say something like you know. The cats got my tongue or and which is sounding stupid right now but i remember thinking i why can i say something <hes> anyway so placed my taped pans palm side down onto his chest and his hands were guiding mine and and he began to use me to stroke him now. It was the first time i had ever had my hands on a guy's chest. Let alone anywhere else not even my papa or my brother. Had i ever touched anywhere near like this and it was the first time i'd really even touched gun or anywhere other than maybe his arm or something like even accidentally rate handing cup of coffee or something <hes> now oh he had always given me the jumbo lease and this this again took it to a whole different level and and i remember him looking at me and just continuing to like stroke his body with my hands and he said this is what happens when you love your cats and then you know it dawns on me that the tape covering my hands is pulling up the for right and <hes> and so again. There's a teeny bit of okay all right i get it. This is normal and then he said thank you for helping me with my pussy problem now to be honest. I have no clue if back then i. I knew what that word meant. Maybe i did i. I really don't know whether i did or didn't i can't even even be certain that it would have mattered <hes> now for any other reason than i am not sure honestly that i was kind of putting two two two two two and two together and just equating all of this with me or or what it or or the dance we were dancing or <hes> or i don't know i really honestly looking back. I don't i don't know <hes> so anyway. Garner restrung the tape. He wrapped my hands. He pressed them then dragged them all over his chest his arms his thighs is his back his buttocks. <hes> and i just let him i a you know he kept he kept wants the tape scott full of cat hair he just kept re re applying and i just kept you following his lead stroking him all over right there right there in the donut shop so my hands uh-huh were at his mercy so was my mind obviously and obviously he taught me how to stroke nearly every inch of his entire body under the guise of ridding him of cat hair clever. Honestly i don't even think it lasts that long just long enough to do the job long enough to actually plant seeds of seduction desire and <hes> <hes> doubt you know kind of making this seem normal but maybe it wasn't and then doubting that i thought that it wasn't normal so all that said honestly i was super excited needed over all of it. <hes> i do remember my hands pressing against him the feel of his muscles what i was actually touching touching i i remember all of that. <hes> i knew too that you know physically for me without me being touched there were things going on in my own body and you know i i could feel myself just kind of being swept up and totally out of control and having no clue what i was doing but in so many ways like on board with it so as the time <music> i'm went on in this game of sexual innuendo flirting got more and more tangled up with this image of him as a. I protector my friend. Another father figure is all of that just kind of like swirled and got mashed up together gather i just i felt more and more on easy. It was just weird and even when gunner would come in and like flirt with others there. Was this whole pang of jealousy that came into it so anyway. Gunners fortieth birthday was coming up. Excuse me in the more he talked about it and the more he went on not about what he wanted for his birthday he would say i'm looking for something special for days leading up i want something special and the more he said that the more kind of the fear started to take hold now joke jokes we have our we had a don't that we would call the today's special and you know as much as you want to think okay. Maybe he's talking about a donut. He's not right so i the thought to myself. I need to need to be smart here and have a plan so like i said i was you know clever. <hes> <hes> and i remember governor just telling me how much he loved fleetwood back and so i thought okay fleetwood mac had just come out with <hes> an album called tusk and i thought all right i i have i can afford that. I'll buy that <hes> and then as the kind of funny you know something special. I thought i would give him that with a today's special donut with a candle ta you know done and then i went to like a card shop and i was kind of like i need a card that says happy birthday and is you know platonic like you know brings everything back to <hes> to earth to be honest and divine inspiration <hes> i find signed this card and on the front it had this big fat sugary jelly filled doughnut and the words on the front said turning forty is like a jelly donut and then you open it and the jelly donut has been <hes>. It's got a bite taken out of it and and it's using with jelly now there's crumbs all around and the inside of the card says the best part is in the middle and and i thought excellent this is pat. Turn this from. Maybe not so normal scenario. That's let's that's going on to something very very normal so i thought here's a message from god right. I'm not going to be abandoned. Lend he's with me. This go fine. I'm just gonna give them the gift. Here's your something special and we're done with. It have a tickle in my my throat so i remember that he was coming in for his birthday and i thought everything's gonna be fine all even sing happy birthday and i'm not sure if i really believed everything was going to be fine but anyway he comes in that night he immediately steps behind the counter and again more along and this time i was really afraid <hes> just really afraid and he he did again what he had come to do. Pulling the tape from the dispenser his smile his his line as he would tape my hands up. <hes> you know help me solve my pussy problem kind of thing and i i remember that i was kinda like wait this okay i had i had images of rocky in my head. I had the images of what this should should be in feel like and it didn't tonight. I was like wait this is this is connor and then the more that i looked at him the more i was like wait this. I'm seeing something else. In this governor and i kept retreating. He kept advancing thing until i couldn't back up any further so i never told anyone what what happened on that first night and actually after garner left after it was over my father came in and to come and collect me as normally would happen and i waited for my dad to like notice notice me surely he could see what had just happened. See that. I was different c. c. Something and instead my dad was so focused on what was going on with my mom and everything he actually unknowingly added insult to injury because he had come up with a plan press to commit my mom to a psych ward she had gotten so bad and we needed like a an enforcer to trick her and tell her that he was there to help her protect her from us and so my dad decided that governor would be perfect for him and he asked me begged me to ask honor to help l. pimm commit our mom to the psych ward so that point any thought of telling my dad just immediately. He disappeared now much later on. I i told her i tried to tell my brother and i remember he responded with something like so what the guy did did you and immediately. I dropped that conversation. I know neither meant anything <hes> but silence silence is a choice and sometimes it's the only choice <hes> at the time you don't even realize what it is doing to you but you do know or you or you assume what toweling will end up doing and that would have been a disaster so after a decade or more of therapy and another decade kaid of writing my memoir the s. word i did put pen to paper and shared what happened with gunnar and it's funny because somewhere inside me ever since come to this day there still exists that shame the blame the thought that you know all along. Hey looking back. I kind of knew what was going on right have to take some ownership here. The thought that it was my fault at least in part no i knew intellectually. He was the adult right. He's he's forty years old tamai. I think at that time i was actually fourteen <hes> and that it was wrong right but that didn't stop me from watching him flirt with others even afterward and get jealous and then wishing he would come back to me for more <hes> it was it was just kind of crazy and <hes> and the reason i'm talking about this now is i felt compelled to this podcast because everything i have been feeling related to this experience in my life is is everything that the two men who were sexually abused as young boys by michael jackson also felt an experienced in that leading neverland documentary i i saw and heard there stories of how this larger than life figure manipulated in seduced and played on their emotions to the point of making in these children complicit and willing participants in adult sex ex <hes> i saw how the shame of it and the secret impacted their lives now. I've said it before. Silence suffocates me suffocates. Everybody <hes> my book. The s. word a memoir about secrets. That's what i tackle because we kept everything secret my mother's schizophrenia even the you know sicilian kind of code because austria <hes> and all of this that went on <hes> the sexual awareness <hes> my mother thinking. I was this promiscuous when i wasn't yet here. There's this entire <hes> sexual abuse kind of happening which it's very difficult for me to even use the terms you know sexual abuse <hes> because of of how of how it came to play right <hes> so anyway i say this because madness which menace to magic this podcast comes in many forms and i think what makes it so maddening in so shameful is that there is no cookie cutter label or identifier right. There is no one one thing that's going on at any time there is no you're all evil or you're all good to watch out for. There is no specific. Look for the the predator b. It's sexual or otherwise there is no specific look for someone who does have crazy voices going on their head right from the outside looking in could look great. I'm looking at the number of people recently <hes> who have committed suicide side right kate spade <hes> anthony bourdain i mean from the outside looking in robin williams for god's sakes you you know everything's humor and laughter earned success in parties and facebook posts and you just don't know and back then even more so because there wasn't you know facebook or the internet or anything like that so i i realized all of this and yet constantly. We were chastising ourselves. I know i did because we should know better right. I we chastise others. Why didn't why didn't your mom protect you. You know there were there. Were questions about that. In the leaving neverland documentary about the moms you know when my book came out. <hes> people said you know gosh you guys really what were you doing. Some of the stuff is so stupid and your dad you know. He didn't protect us at our well. That's great. We blame blais mothers when we haven't walked in their shoes. We assume we know what we would do if we did and the truth is you don't you don't know oh because you don't even realize it's going on while it's going on this whole thing with gunnar really as it was going on it. You know what it really was how it was going to impact me that just you know didn't it didn't register it didn't register i was i was so confused just over authority figure father figure friend mentor and then this whole other sexual side and honestly because i was <hes> you know i was thirteen fourteen year old who was behaving more adult like great job at that point when i should have even had it and then and all the responsibilities at home with immigrant parents and just with the my mom's crazy i already was acting taping older. I had adult tendencies so anyway <hes>. I guess i've said all this one one. I just i felt moved to talk about it too. I realized from leaving never land that we can dan love and hate the very same people at the very same time likewise. We can be love and we can be. I hate at the same time we can't control the external forces that come our way that is given. I'm good bad ugly. We just can't all we can do is learn to navigate the madness and care for ourselves and be compassionate for ourselves an for others right because we don't know what they're going through while it's happening and what i find really helpful. Sharing are stories with others in the hopes of sparking the little bit of magic that can be found the lessons that can be learned because it's there. I know it is. I've seen it with my own book. I now see it with leaving neverland and i hope y'all see it with this podcast. Do so blaming a comment if you like and <hes> and hope you are well thanks so much for listening to madness to magic and my podcast. I'm with it's crazy a love story. I believe we're all here for a purpose and i know that this is part of mine. Please share this with anyone. You think might benefit ed or might even have a story of their own share. You also can visit me at madness to magic dot com or check out more of my stories including info on my book. The s. word at paulina milana rights dot com. I hope to hear from you and join forces with what i consider a unique meek caregiver tribe as we all learn to embrace all of ourselves to have compassion for others and to come into our full power by the grace that is both madness and magic until we meet again. I'll leave you with one of my favorite mantras be bold and mighty the forces shall come to your aid. Thank you <music> <music>.

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"Thank you. For listening to this podcast one production available on apple podcasts and podcast one. Lows knows. You're the Gardner who does it right to make your flower and vegetable plants thrive, we do it right to with deals like five bags of miracle grow. All purpose guardian so for just ten dollars during our spring black Friday sale, grow delicious vegetables and herbs and save on Bonnie plants now four for ten dollars. Find spring black Friday savings like these throughout the store, but hurry because they won't last long. Do it right for less. Start with Lowe's. Offers valid through four seventeen not valid in Alaska. Hawaii Bonnie offer valid on nineteen hundred pox Easter for details. US only. I'm so excited about our mazing guests coming up spirit daughter. But before we get all this insights about the moon's and energies. Let's talk about some other energy some love energy with an app that we love, and that's why we're excited tell you all about it ship. Yes. 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Grow purpose gardening soil for just ten dollars during our spring black Friday sale, grow delicious, vegetables and herbs and save on Bonnie plants now four for ten dollars fine, spring black Friday savings like these throughout the store, but hurry because they won't last long. Do it right for less. Start with Lowe's. Offers valid through four seventeen not valid in Alaska. Hawaii Bonnie offer valid on one thousand nine hundred bucks Easter for details. US only. Welcome to new episode. Hello. Hello. Nice to talk to you wasn't allowed to talk to you on the car right here that was fun being in your the loudest was freely. Hey, Abby, I'm like, an if you tell her that she has to respond in the back and yo- over gunner. Like, hello. Let's all be quiet here trying to keep this baby asleep. Well, I maybe the loudest whisper your whisper doesn't actually say anything you. I know I know nothing comes out. I'm like, what are you gonna raise whisper? Actually, I couldn't understand where the nearest but. Yeah. So excited about our son. He's such a little humor. So you got sick for the second time in his life. My gosh hundred three or two days. Couldn't even move was horrible. It was horrible. But it was also. So I know I'm dark and sick. But it was so fun because he was so snuggling cuddly to me need never is like that. You let be cut a live, which is like you little baby. Now, it was a nightmare and horrifying. And I was like is he going to need to go to the doctor or his eyes were just tearing out. I couldn't even drink water or use the restroom because it could mean put him down to sit up. I mean, it was. Yeah. It was. It was scary and your dark. I know you're mazing. So not the whole time said Nike because when you have Megan. So in there, usually he's shakes his head and mama. And when I wouldn't in there, put his arms out just held views. Forget obeys that was one night. And then the next night he was up every like twenty minutes, and I was up anyways, whatever. So a little update there's been a lot of craziness going on. But I have talked to some of my cast members. If you like last week, I was kind of like, I don't have any real friends on the show, and that's not. And I know it's like, you know, what I need to let a little time pass. And then you need to talk to a few people who I really do love. So I feel like I've talked to some of my friends who are on the show, and who I do really love, and we can get more on the same page and a lot of them are like oh my gosh. I had no idea what was going on the other day. And if I had known what was going on. I fully would have been standing up for you. And everybody loves you. And that's not true. Not everybody loves me. But okay, I love you. And I fully would have your back because. We know the truth and anyways. So that's not true. I take back. What I said last week that I don't have any friends on the show. I do have one and a half friend. I have one real friend who I absolutely love, and then one amazing acquaintance show friend who's a friend. But anyways that was good to clarify and then the rest of the cast in the same position. But anyways, it was good to get that clarity. And it's just been a very hard week. I feel like there's been a lot of crazy things going on around us, and it's just challenging when people want to be hurtful and mean and cruel and say silly things. So it's yeah, it's been a lot. It's a lot of energy not sleeping first of all. And then trying to run prosthetic crystals and business and having to go up in deal with all these employees and dot. Such a blessing, and so great, and I love that. But that's a lot of energy, and then dealing with the show, and then just dealing with craziness on top of that has been a lot. So obviously I've heard it's airy season. And that might be a scary season. So. I don't know. I'm definitely ready to go into the next month. What's the next astrology will be great? How about Virgo season? We're amazing. I'm just putting a rose in front of my an it's a it's a hologram rose. I'm putting it in front of my face all the time. I keep making shirts there this hologram rose. And and it just beams white light protection field, and I'm just beaming white light at possessed entities that are attacking us in all realms and dimensions. Yes. But that protection of and it's no coincidence. Gunnar got so sick the day of with all this negative going on says like oh, God protect him. Please Jesus saying, yeah, I'm just really. Trying to focus on positive. I just wanna stop even it's so hard. When so many people message you keep bringing. I know. I know I've been living with this evil around me for a long time. I already know you don't like. Yeah. This is news to everyone else. But it's like this is now you don't wanna keep same conversations. Like, I just want to focus on the good and the positive and gun. I don't want anything taking away from gunner in this knees that he's doing or the whatever he's eating or the movement. He's doing it's like, this is my life. I've waited so long to be here in this amazing place in our lives and we worked so hard to be right. Where we are. I don't want anything or anyone to be able to taint that her takeaway even thought of it. So I am definitely done with the negativity and not reading you on the problem is everyone just keeps on like don't you want to respond? It's like there's no response allies. Like, I'm not getting an argument of people are just making up lies. If it's completely not truthful. There's no. I it's like it's insanity. So I'm just not even because yes, there's so many things I could say it's just not even worth. Just hope everybody finds the happiness that they're so desperately wanting some people don't want happiness. That's what's so sad. So down deep deep deep somewhere. I think there's just happy. Addictive too. That's a frequency. They wanna be low vibration negative drama. Great noises. It's great for television. Even if it's all lies. It's is whatever you need to do in your little character. Your story lines. Sorry lies. Also, breaking news. I read on the internet speaking in the hills pres- Hilton is reporting that Brody Jenner was fired from the hills. I didn't hear that. Until I read that. I saw a wo does that mean he wouldn't keep filming or I don't understand. That's crazy. I think you want to the story. I read said he wanted more money and MTV in the production company said, no. And he said, well, then I'm not filming more. And they said pub, I think was the post pretty funny ten and I'm sure his girlfriend is upset. I know she wanted to be all over the show. Yeah. Well, that is some hill scoop. That's for sure Peru. As were all, you can listen reservoir gas ob-, high caste one if you don't already. Yeah. I feel like presents getting all the scoop. He also says something I don't want to repeat because you have to watch the show to see. But all my gosh. It was about me shut. We won't go any further you need to to see that yet. Some scoop ri- drop right on Cameron's. Oh, okay. Yeah. So the hills is getting saucy. It's nice. See more than I anticipated. Yeah. And we have a ways to go. So it's going to be very interesting. How everything unfolds? Oh, yeah. People are going to start falling in different sides and lionesses and things and it's going to be very interesting. How comes together? But what else do we have fun planned? So yeah, we're going to work out tomorrow. I am. I don't know. If you are. I I we have this new thing where we bring Gunnar to the gym and Spencer, it's to watch him while I work out, and then I leave and then Spencer works out after so we don't do for three hours. It's. It's just I love a out in Jimmy's. But we've had a lot of fine wine nights, Spencer, Neier wine. Connoisseurs wine tasting every night for good Napa CR before is we would get mostly California wines. So we have just unlocked a new level of Somali a world because now we get a talion wines. We get French wines. We get Spanish wines. Somebody said we need to get. I guess we drink New Zealand the Y. Yeah. But we need to get some Chilean. I love all line. And I'm no longer drinking tequila, I've I have eliminated it from my list of things I do daddy was in full effect last night. But that's why I don't drink to kill. There's just no way to pace it because you don't know how keep ordering skinny Margaritas but over four hours of like a dinner meeting. It doesn't feel like they'll hit right when I got in bed. Really hit hit like free trade. Bye. Thank you love spending. You love spinning it's a roller coaster people pay to go to magic mountain. This is like magic, you're you're honest. You're spending your to positive thought there who worked in throat. Good job. Thank you. Yeah. So we have a photo shoot coming up next week. And now will be interesting. How that all plays out? We have Easter coming up. I can't wait to bring governor to the country club. And we're going to go a hunting. And so excited I'm going to love it. What what type of suit short suit their little shorts of the jacket? Blue currently Ron track for our record. Breaking pratt. Daddy dot com month in crystal sales. So God keep it up. Please this we need this. It's mazing. So thank you to Oliver listeners who have supported and got a crystal and if you don't wear pendants. We now have an amazing selection of bracelets and. We have kits. So we have different types of kits we at the business kit. We have the shocking Sinoe kit. We have the relationship kit. Yeah. So there's different kits that you can bring around also and carry them intention kids. And we have hand-held stones that are great in your car or at your house, and we're also expanding into other areas. We also have great merch. We have the amazing ways back. We don't have merging of bashing gives me we have Paschall, Sean, please do not disrespect the rally. Okay. The most exciting thing about the probably will be sold out by the time. You hear in? This is we now offer crystal callers for cats and dogs, but think there's only two left right now launch him. So hopefully, I'll be picking up some more from the wizard on Saturday. So maybe oh, Honey. I already looked at the numbers. Yes. So I'm in such a great mood. Okay. Great guess coming here spirit. She's looking pregnant, but maybe not you don't say that. Valley. It's very she's full record. Lows knows. You're the Gardner who does it right to make your flower and vegetable plants thrive, we do it right to with deals like five bags of miracle grow. 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Jill here. Guru. Dr. Really? So thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me your twenty four weeks pregnant. Yes. Boy or girl boy. Oh my gosh. It couldn't be more excited. Young ios at your. I it is my first how are you feeling? I'm feeling great. Actually, it's been knock on wood a pretty easy pregnancy. So we're really really lucky like plastic nece and energies good. So what names are you thinking? Or is that a secret? We have a list we actually have a list of like three or four kinda just going to see what the kid looks like when he comes out. You know, make you like is with. Yeah. Totally. So are you doing any special energy stuff for pregnancy? I'm doing acupuncture every week which I always do. Anyway, I haven't going acupuncture for like ten years. So I've been doing not like leading up to getting pregnant and then throughout pregnancy. And then may just do like meditation like my own meditation every morning with the baby and you do yoga, right? I do yoga. Yeah. I do yoga. So I do this like prenatal yoga flow that I love that. Like really helps it actually really helpful like the frustration. Because that's like the one thing that I've noticed is like I do get like more frustrated at things like than I normally would. I just do the yoga, and it really helps just move the energy and the chief flowing stuff. So is he kicking ally? He is kicking. He is kicking. He kicks a lot at night. So he might be a little night out. That's what I said about Gunnar. He started only kicking at night. And I was like oh my gosh. She's going to be such night owl. And he still doesn't sleep. Yeah. Did you time any of the birth related stuff to like astrology charts or anything just sort of? Yeah. My I'm eleo and my husband's a Leo. I know you're a Leo. It's my research. And my husband actually, really wanted to Leo. Wants to Leo. Yeah. Exactly. And because here's just like, that's what I know when I get along with like, that's what all understand so. Yeah, we we like our like I planned it out. And I was like, okay. Like this the window. We're going to work. Yes date is eight. The Lionsgate gate, which is pretty cool. So we'll see if he's born on his due date or not. But we got it right in the middle of Leo season. So for sure. Unless he's really earlier really late. You know, Heidi only cares about what is it. So I wanna fall fall fall baby. So then they're older in their class. Oh, yeah. I just 'cause I'm that way. I don't know. Yeah. I was always the youngest my birthday's August duck in. So I was always the youngest in my class. How did you feel about that time was fine with it? Who is younger? So I don't know why that way. Well, I don't think we did a proper intro to our listeners. Oh, yeah. Time. Okay. So please general give us some background. I have read your whole bio, but I'm not gonna try to misquote it. It's I need a better vile, by the way. All right. Here's like this is such a good thing. I did not write it. I cannot see credit files are really hard to write. I write all the time. I mean, Sarah at the workbooks, but I haven't really hard time right in my own bio, but yeah. So I run spirit daughter. I'm now known as your daughter, but it is actually the brand name. Really interesting. But yeah, so you know, all about strategy. I've been studying astrology since I was sixteen. So a long time people are always asking me like what online programs and stuff I took. And there were none. Because there was no internet back. Then. Real. Yeah. I read robots and talk to real people like had mentors and stuff. I was just always really fascinated ever since young age like consciousness and just understanding just all different forms of energy. And I was in total hippy kid, you know, sit in the woods and with my crystals and tie necklaces and do people's charts and stuff, so but I didn't think I could make a living off of that back, then nobody was really into it. I was kinda like the weird hippie girl. Might still be bigger home and very than than we both are to Heidi's nickname was white wolf because she is to stand in the woods barefoot and yell into the trees. I love it. I show. Where'd you grow up Pennsylvania? Okay. Yeah. So I grew up outside of Philadelphia. So I went to school for psychology. And that's what I have my masters in psych, and I don't really deep into like neuroscience, and sort of try to explore consciousness that way and ended up working in origin networks and just really kind of like scientific very heavy stuff. And then, you know, just decided it really wasn't for me. There wasn't like my vibe. And because you just get kind of these research was researcher, and you get kind of caught up in these research tracks where all of a sudden you're like, oh my gosh. I'm I'm doing this thing. That's so far from why I got into it in the first place. So I laughed and then I've just always like been into studying different things study. Yoga Chinese medicine a more crystals, obviously, you know, astrology and and his led me here. And then so how the dream catcher is that was the big product. That is so successful initially, you have more products. But. I just thought about dreams, and you also recently I feel like so we did a dream catcher. So now you have her new. Yeah. Book crystals on the dream catcher yet or is then I don't make them. They they're made in Bali. I went to Bali, and I met this woman and she made these beautiful dream catchers. And I was just like instantly knew that I could change her life and bring these here, and it has changed her life and her entire family's life. Like crazy. You know, how they live over there? And just like what you know, sort of what we would think is like a modest income is like a huge income for them over there. You know, change like her sisters lives or they all like her and her sisters make the dream catchers, and they all support like their husbands and their sons and everything so, yeah, it's really it's really cool. It's really cool and those that was the product launch spirit daughter with or the dream catchers. And then the workbooks which now like I'm really known for actually came later. So they were the second product and those who for people who want to like chart. Their own like having tensions set to their birth energy. And or based collective collective astrology. So at any given point like the sun is in certain position. Like right now, the sun is an Aries and the moon is in a certain position. So the moon is in cancer. So every month we have one full moon, one new moon, and that new moons in a certain sign and the full moon certain sign, so I write workbooks based on those signs that affects everybody. So basically like right now, the moon is in cancer. And no matter what your personal sinus. Whether you're Virgo or eleo removes and query us or such terrace. You'll still feel the effects of the moon in cancer because that's the energy of the collective that's the current energy right now. Now, how it affects you is going to be different based upon your personal signs, and we get a little bit into that based on moon scopes, in the in the workbooks, but mostly it's about like the collective, and and how to work with that energy to how to write. New moon intentions, for instance, when the when the moon is in cancer when the moon is in tarrifs which the next new moon. So how do you can get work? Is it literally the vibration between the two and sweeps through people like how scientifically do explain it. Yeah. I mean, I think I think that we don't know really enough. I think the answer lies in physics probably quantum physics where all the all the answers lie. Everything in the universe talking. Yeah. Exactly. I think it's a combination of gravity and like coats. So these planets take Jupiter, for instance, troopers of huge planet and has an enormous energetic field Jupiter almost became a son. So, you know, it was like that close to becoming the second son of our solar system, which really have thrown a lot a lot of things off. But so thanks Uber for staying your size. But you know to think that we're not affected by that energetic field. It's like, you know, of course, we are. And the moon has an adjoining field to which we see in. How the moon moves the tides, right and shifts the ties and affects bodies of water and were made of water mostly like seventy percent water. So, you know, of course, it's going to affect us in some way. So it's the actual like I think gravitational forces like the energetic field of the planet. The mass of the planet is going to change like how we feel and how it affects us and. I do believe in light codes. I do think that like the stars send us like like, and we actually perceive information from that. But when he never. Okay, star systems. Yeah. Exactly like star system. So that's kind of like what flavors so see the moon and Taurus, for instance, in like, Taurus, like that constellation that energy coming from that constellations when a flavor the moon's energetic fields. And so when the new moon is in tars, we're going to feel that flavor combined with the moon, which rules are emotional body. So what's going on this month because this month was in freaking sane is that is there something weirder than normal? This past month. We we we had mercury in retrograde this past month, which seems to everybody we're in every season. Which is this like time of forward motion for everybody's kind of like, go, go go go go and like China like kickoff projects and a new beginning so spring equinoxes Aries is always paired with the spring equinoxes. So it's like, okay. Let's let's do fresh start. Winter's over like, where's this energy going to go? What are we going to do with that? And we just had the new moon areas a week ago. So that was all about planting intentions around areas and around the new year really because areas starts the Astra logical year an area. News, April Aries is April you end of March April. So it begins on the equinoxes which is March twentieth. And twenty first most of the people we've had things with lately are Aries. Yeah. Excess are one staple rock Abby isn't Aries. Right. I think he's in areas. But the other people also are Aries areas, it interesting energy because Aries can be perceived as very selfish that energy because it's the first. Oh. Very true. That is. People not all all Aries every energy a high. I lately have been experiencing the oh that way. Really? Can you go on a little? Aries is the first house the self? So it's really about like a lighting with your life's mission. And what you're here do your energies here to do your energetic of Aleutian. And so when when somebody's Aries right there born when the sun is an area, which is right now. So they take on that energy. So that's how we become a sign we're born. And then you know, that the sons like emitting gravity like Hoed energy. We take that on. It becomes part of our personality. So that's that's the theory of shrugging, essentially, so somebody who's an Aries or takes on that energy of new beginnings of action of gogo of you know, this is my mission. This is I'm here to deal, and it can be perceived as selfish sometimes just because they do put themselves. I because when you're thinking about your life's mission put yourself, I when you thinking about your journey, why you're here kind of makes sense from a psychological point of view. But you know, every energy has a high side and a low side. And so when we go to the low side of Aries, for instance, it really can be selfishness, and it can be kind of represented by the ram. It can be like I'm going to force this to make this happen matter what you know, and it can lead to like frustrations. If if that doesn't happen right for those people they can tend to they tend to get very frustrated in their lower, energetic state. So. But the high energetic state or like, you know, what we all should be doing season aligning with our life's mission aligning with the mountain that we're here climb and figuring it out taking the steps to do. So so very motivated season. But that motivation and extra energy has to be channeled in something or else it stagnates like we were talking to beginning with the yoga flow becomes frustration. Right. Just like sits in the body and makes us feel irritated and agitated all, right? Well, enough about selfish Aries. Is your husband all into style is he he's getting there getting there. He actually at. It's all the workbooks. Right. Yeah. He's he understands it it really well. And it's kind of funny 'cause he'll bring it up to me. So like he brings my quotes up to me and bring like what I wrote. In must be airy season. Exactly are like the moon was Scorpio 'cause my business Scorpio's. I just won't talk to you. Now. Books are there right now available due to a month? So they change every month. So there's always at least two available, and then sometimes we have like a crossover between the cycle. So they'll be like three up on the site. But it is a little confusing understand the lunar cycles how the move. So like, basically if it's all in the workbook, you'll be able to use it and own of the moon's coming up are if it's on the on site. So well, speaking of spring and fun. Let's give a shout out to fit fine. It's a seasonal subscription box with full-size, beauty, fitness fashion and lifestyle products. Have you had that fun box yet? 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That's promo code Spidey at bad fit fund dot com. Spencer. What is your favorite part? But tell Jill she doesn't know. Not that if you actually because my wife is our accountant, and she doesn't like me to spend a lot of money on amazing products. Even though I should so, thankfully that fund has all the products that I want for great price. So instead of spending like four hundred dollars he spent like forty and you know, what FAFSA find I feel like your book would be great in there. Oh. You should talk. Oh me too. Listeners we are holding a work, but these are fricking cool. Well, who does the our our Rebecca reits are designer shoot amazing. This is Tara a journal for the sons Eason and new moon two thousand nineteen you write this. All right. All of it. Oh, my every month. Oh my gosh. These are really cool. Very on your little sayings and stuff you make those two little quotes. Yeah. I right. Those have you made them into fashion yet big on we have not now next that they like a lot of shirts. I see a lot of shirts there. I know it's been it's definitely been suggested whole whole beast. So apparel fake crystals. Yup. Each every season workbook Newman workbook has crystals for the season the line with energy. So that's the one thing crystals. We sell I get message so much that I need to start looking in your workbooks is always like what crystals. Good for Leo. And I don't know. I think they're pretty Citrin. Leo, Citreon wealth. Great. Yeah. Really a power center. That's his see I need to learn all that stop. You can always go my site. I have all we saw crystal kits like just a tiny tumbled stones like basically make grids with. But I have them like still carefully a kit for Sagittarius. So you can like look up the crystals that are there. And you know, a little cheat for you. Bali for is that was that some where you go to like do your meditations. And or was that just random that you were there and met the? I went. The first time I went I've been to Bali like four times and just different periods of time. You know, a couple of weeks year a couple of weeks there like mostly just because it's like where you go. And you're, you know, hanging out in LA doing yoga go to Bali we should naturally natural. It's a longtime bad though, it's actually. Yeah. Maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Our lawn place. So that. Yeah. Would on the dream catchers. Or what are they they use the wood hoop, and then, you know, they use like different, you know, materials on them. So they're cooling took him out. So what do you think about dreams, and how do these dream catchers watch the away because Heidi Heidi, Heidi Zohreh? I've been having crazy dreams or the pregnancy. It's like the craziest dreams in my life. Third saying. Birth to. Yeah. It's definitely like dimension hop. It's great. I do think it's like a part of your consciousness like either trying to make sense of things that you've picked up uncles. We we like pick up on so much, and we have a filter, and our brain that really does that like filters out most of what's going on around us. So like right now, I mean, we have no idea it's actually happening around the lights flying around like different kinds of things like, and we filter it out like our brains designed that way ways that we can actually focus and have a conversation. And so we don't get distracted by what's not important, right? Like noise, basically. But I think dreams actually kind of like bring some of that in and bring you information that you perceive, but you're not consciously aware of when you're awake. So you don't think it's necessarily different dimension. You. Could be I think it could be a different dimension. Because I do think we exist different dimensions at different times. So like right now, I could be like an amoeba in another dimension. Just like hanging out in the Palladian, exactly. Consciousness. How would you describe consciousness per year perspective guy? No like oh. But it's like, maybe the interesting thing is is that you really can't define consciousness. I remember I took my first class on consciousness in college. And that was like the first line of the textbook was like consciousness can't be defined. Like, what am I doing here? Over awesome by. But I really think that consciousness is like the interaction of energy. So basically like my energetic field is interacting with your energy. Feel it not that point of intersection. We're consciousness actually, really lies. So that means that like, I'm conscious of your appearance. What you look like like senses. But I also like sent you different energetic frequencies, so like our energy might be having like an entirely different conversation that we're not actually aware of. So I think consciousness is very separate from awareness. And I think we can be conscious of energies. But yet not be aware of them. So wait back to dream catcher. What does the dream catcher do? And I know it's supposed to catch bad dreams. Yeah. What did they do that makes it catch dreams because I tried to build run those things are so freaking hard or hard Ville there? You don't want to. Billing dream catcher hard. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's I can build them insane. But it was act as a filter. So it, you know, everything's a filter right since filtering the energy. That's in the air. It's not really about your dreams. It's about the energy that's in the room. So it's actually filtering the energy, and it's holding onto the negative energy. That's in the space. So it doesn't enter you all your sleeping, and then it's allowing the good vibration or positive abrasions to drip, down by always have like feathers and things hanging down from them. So that's like allowed to go into you when you sleep. So it's actually protect you. While you're sleeping from all the energy around us. So Gunnar needs a dream catcher used to have one. Oh my gosh. We have a very serious run are the right? Is it a native American cultures and different countries and different native Americans, obviously known the most? But like the Bala knees of had him like forever. Well, so it's yeah. It's you know, it's who knows where where the actually originated from. We know him as native American. That's where we had ours firm rate custom-built. Yeah. Yeah. But you know, it's like everything's in the intention. So that's why like island never really make one myself because, you know, people make them like it's in their culture. They've been making them for, you know, they're taught by their grandmother and handed down, and it's really about the the intention and sort of like what you're doing what you're thinking about like as you build the dream catcher. Just like anything else? It's like there's magic in there. So do you think thoughts also are manifestations like manifest? Yeah. I think that thoughts can manifest like anything. I think that you know, there's power in our intentions, which is you know, why parent tensions with the new moon because the new moon is the best time with the energy of the universe to plant your intentions. What he thinks the most effective tools to do that. Are they crystals? Are they say like, how would you all ceremony? Yeah. I mean, I always do like a little new moon ritual. That's kind of where the books of stem from those books are basically like a Newman ritual foaming ritual in a book. So that's why tells you to put the crystals around you. There's like instructions for circle setup. You know, candles all this stuff that can align you at the energy, but mostly it's about you and your energy and just like meditating getting grounded, and you'll be very clear about what it is. You want getting clear with your own mind. So like on a new moon, for instance, it's a lot easier to access our subconscious because the new moon happens in darkness, right? So the dark moon. We can't see the new moon when the moon and the sun together in the sky. So you know at nighttime there's there's no moon, and so it's this time darkness. And when it starts easier to hear, right? Seize your hear yourself is easier to like feel anytime like you meditate, your close your eyes you go into darkness. So you have better access to what it is. You really want? You know, like, it's you know, they say it's like best. Meditate like four AM in the morning because it's still dark for like the sun has risen in like scattered the energy of the planet. So you know, you can just be clear about what it is you want. So it's really about you getting clear. That's that's the power of attention. There was a moment in time and Spencer at wake up at like four AM every day. 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I don't need to take my crystals outside to charge in the mood. And then I was like the moon gets down thousands of feet. Deep into tides at the bottom of the ocean. I'm pretty sure can get through like two panes of would charge my crystals. Do you think they need to like is there some logic there that I go because I'm like, not take them outside anywhere for moons. Yeah. I get people like doing it. Doing it. I mean, the thing is is that the full moon the light of the full moon is cleansing for crystals. So, you know, whether that lights gets into the home somehow, I guess that could be debated. But really, it's like the energy. So I think it cleanses them, you know, either way, but I do I'll put him out there. There's this thing that rhesus charger crystals and a full moon, your cleansing them the foam, unlike cleanses the crystals, so you can put them outside. But you know, that reminds me too story as I am I went to Catholic school until I was twelve. Which case until my mom, get me the hell out of Catholic school. But when I was about like seven or eight on the telling you, God is everywhere. And we were in church, and I was like, well, if he's everywhere why do I have to be in church? Heidi time. Reoccurring. I'm like Haiti you're my. Kidding? The story. But it's just kinda like this the same thing like, you know, energy's everywhere like doesn't matter for inside outside. You know, it's it's really powerful. So, you know, whether you're talking about like, the moon's energy, or, you know, the Catholic version of God, you know, it's like, it's it's everywhere. So so do you study a bunch of like ascended masters air Mandi, or what do you read? I mean, I mostly read like books on I like, I'm still a researcher at heart. So I'll rely on intentions, adding research like mind becomes matters. Like, a great one, you know, just different just different books of like scientists you're trying basically to prove a lot of these energetic theories. Bruce Lipton's like one of my favorite and just kinda like figuring out 'cause there's still a part of me. That's like I want to improve. I love proof. I still believe it without the proof and without the research. But I would love, you know, I think the proof is there. I do believe the old adage the proof in the pudding, and like I've lived my life like this for a long time. And I believe it works. But it would be nice to have some data around this type of stuff around intention setting around crystal healing, like let's get some data around crystal healing. That would be amazing could change, you know, medicine. Do you ever crystal healing this afternoon with our friend? We're getting some chords cut that. Entities have been attacking. So then it gets sliced off with some sell at night. Oh nice. That fun. Do you ever get data downloads like energy? Yeah. Yeah. I definitely do certain times. It depends on dialed in. I am. I love a positive meditation. It's like my preferred meditation on like really end of a pasta, and I'm doing it for an hour day. That's when I feel like I get the biggest downloads. But also just get like intuitive hits, especially when I get away from the city. We do a lot of sailing. My husband, and I are like sell out to Catalina and stuff, which is a mazing. And like I feel like on the water as like when I get all the information like a lot of times like I'll just be sitting on the sailboat like meditating. And it's just like, you know, we're all all sleep on the deck at night like underneath the full moon like download so much. I'll be like, well, there's a workbook cool. Scared out there sleeping out on V. Like rogue waves. No harbor Colleen is oh. Going out there. But that's a call out to movie, Colorado. Let's go Chris flees the right for us right now or maybe ever. It just depends. I think nature, you know, when you connect to nature, and we get away. I love I love living in the city, and we have so many options here, and we do have, you know, nature as an option. So like when we get away from from, you know, the hubbub of the city in the wifi and the electrical currents and all that stuff. We can I think we can access our our intuition and the downloads, and there's certain times to Lionsgate eight, you know, that's like a powerful time to download I always tell people to meditate on that day. Your son's birthday. Intuition. He's actually enhance my boundaries, which I don't know. That's just like something about being pregnant or if it's like his energy like I'm just like very like not as laid back. I used to just very like this is not okay. This is Cal. I wanted to be like a become like a little bit more particular, which is like an interesting side effect. I don't know if that's just something about being being pregnant. Yeah. That now. To be real privy cougar. I do feel grounded though, I definitely feel more grounded for sure 'cause I'm all fire and water. So I get a little, you know, crazy an air. I have a rising and libra we'll have a lot of earth in my chart, so I definitely feel more grounded. So he definitely has some grounding energy to them. So your expertise this. I don't know if that's the wrong term. There are people that use this in the Colt. There's that. What is what is it mean? Yeah. I mean, I think that like colts means like unlike under wonder world, you know? So you think of like like, which is kind of thing like paganism was like a Colt. I kind of stay away from all that. I don't talk about like, which is I think it's fine that your thing, but there's kind of darkness to it. And and I don't think there's any darkness to this kind of material. Like, it's it's light. It's meant to bring you into the light. It's meant to like help you vibrate higher. And I don't think it should be like hidden or underground. So that from being in this world, you have heard or seen that this stuff is used in a hidden like secret way, I think like any rich anytime you're talking about like a ritual or magic like you're going to get into like, which is and things like that. And ati. Yeah. Sounds like a you ever in situations where you are tuned. Like as you said, you feel consciousness and have you've got vibes before reelect. This person's like like there's people trying to take your knowledge material in. I feel like there's a lot of people trying to take the knowledge and material. I don't know other do with it. I think a lot of them are just trying to do what I've done. They just see my success. And that's like more of that. But I don't really feel you taken it, and like trying to like, you know, be malicious with it in any way. 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We talked about areas the first house being like the beginnings. Start the twelve houses the end. It's like, okay. What have I figured out? You know, what done, you know, you know, with your twelve thousand and the eighth houses like the house of transformation and our growth. So that's ruled by Scorpio normally so basically like if you guys are in eighth and twelfth house. There's a lot of transformation between you. So it's like you push each other to your growth to find a deeper, meaning really what it's about the. Yeah. You guys have been in many lives together. Oh, yeah. I did your cards you guys. Oh, you got do the cards to. Yeah. Somebody randomly DM me. And they said, hey, McCain, I pull cards for you. And I usually like maybe other times, I gotta like read all this stuff. And I was like sure and are two cards if she pulled I swear it was the freaky est. Like right onto Everett like I screen shot at mall. It was so wild and was interesting. It was like all Hawaiian their Hawaiian was like all in like players and stuff cards, like tarot cards and stuff like that. But there's also this. It's what are the maj? I and our stars in the giants card system that everybody is a card so like a deck of cards, basically, like, I'm the jacket diamonds Spencer. I looked you up. You're the Queen of clubs Heidi. You're the nine clubs. Yeah. Which is the mental realm very interesting and so- clubs role. Mental Rome diamonds rule of values and finances. Speeds are like all about spirituality and hearts are about like compassion, love youthfulness. So the have a heart. I wanna get a shirt made with the clearly clubs scar. That's the I'm like a jester something. Well, the night. Interesting cars, it can be a hard to be my husband's and mine clubs as well. The nightclubs they seek to destroy rebuild. So they're always kind of finding the problems issues. The great like identifying like what's wrong, and like how to rebuild a better, essentially. But it's like how you how you do that can be can be challenging especially within the mental realm. So like looking at concepts and and things like that and kind of being almost critical of them. But critical can good way because you're trying to really Sheva Sheva, the Hindu God, who's the God of destruction destroys things can rebuild better kind of nines about, but the Queen clubs is like very intuitive, very self-aware card, and it's very much about, you know, leading you know, that Queen royalty. But really through service, and especially with the mental realm and say leading with your into. Mission leading with your intellect forwards and then together, so you make a car together. This what I was thinking about you make the eight of spades together, which is the card of like hard work, for spiritual lighten -ment, basically. So. Healing says interesting is that actually the eighth twelfth house position. So yeah, you your work together is one of transformation and sort of like climbing the proverbial mountain together. But it's mountainous church reality. So when you get to the top, hopefully, become Buddha or something. Okay. Is this your prayers are working? Doing all those fears here the Queen. Mighty prayers stayed number. Was the king? I'm jack. Do you sage? The. I do I often. But if I remember I'll do it on the full moon, like if I'm home around because I travel a lot I'll do it on a full moon because that's a great time to sage was a foam is all about release releasing energy or I'll do it on the last quarter moon, which is also about release. I'll try and do it in between the full moon and the Newman or just like the energies starts feel staking your yucky. Or if I've had like a really intense journaling session. Just like, I gotta get this out here. You know? People. I don't tear people. I don't mentor people at all, no classes or anything. Blogs. I like, right. So looking for adventure enemies. Enemy's any books. The books. Yeah subscription. I'll be good idea. There's a scripture based. Yeah. Say subscribe, promo code. Hashtag coining of. New subscription box and have like Jill being we should do that would be cool. If we all like combined, HUD, a whole. A whole. Queen achieve over here. Let me knock it all down. Strive will reveal new vox people can subscribe to them. And then they just got them automatically every month for that season, new moon and full moon, and where can people get them spirit daughter dot com. Sis. Spear. Party in Santa Monica, so regular. Energies, computer, guys, tech guy. So that's energy. Yeah. Totally totally. He's the matrix. He definitely coating like real deal. Coding reminds me of Tron, you know, oh. Oh, the computer like when he goes in like into the machine, I'm like, Hello. Yeah. Programmer. Yeah. So we already got a programmer book for kids. It's very fun to listen to Heidi read it out loud. It's the future have. Bugs how we also have. Get your bug out. Great book have like a take group of friends, aren't you? Yeah. Yeah. I'm pretty take your prevent. My friend, very fair weather. Don't know. Yeah. I mean only os or naturally like super loyal. So, you know, the people are in my life like in my life forever. Can you? And when did you move here? I moved here ten years ago. Thank you ten years ago. You don't have a story at the next store. Spirit daughter coming abbot Kinney soon. Maybe one day retails, you know, retail stores a lot. It's a it's a whole. Yes. A lot of work. So we'll see Online's working. How did you get almost a half a million? I it's so hard to adulation. Thank you. It's just like takes it. It's like a mind of its own. It's like insane. We talk about that all the time. Just how it's just like, you know, people are always asking me. What do you use? What are you doing? And I'm like, I'm just like on most posts and stuff. It's like highly terrible people are just really vibe in with it. You know, like love it. So looks good to scrolling it two and a half years. So I've had it. I was probably at about like eight thousand followers launched the workbooks, which was almost two years ago. And so the workbooks go viral. I mean, that's the real growth of of Instagram and the quotes that I do so they'll like on a new moon or full moon. They'll just be like tons of people like reposting it and that just like helps get the world out help say curl the account and like helps get the information. So I'm just like always happy that like more and more people like vibe information. We messages all the time that these workbooks are like changing people's lives and just like helping them, you know, they're very healing. And and that's what I that's what I wanted. You know? That's what really when that's why don't do wanna ones. I don't do personal readings because you know. Yeah. I like help twenty people week like very intensely working with him one on one or I could help thousands of people with these workbooks, you know, all over the globe who never could afford session with me, you know, personally. So you know, these workbooks are like eight dollars for the subscription like most people can afford them. So they're you know, they can access the info. And you know, I could never get to. I mean, we sell like tons of these workbooks, I never get to those people just me alone. So I have something that's going to help you declutter your space. He's so good for you. Cluttered. Clutter whereas my space. Yeah. Everywhere the dining one how you took office. You took my office. Unders share your bigger house. I'm gonna get this fricken lever of full moon and use this workbook, and I'm am going to manifest wealth. Not riches well past abundance of in Tarsus all about abundant wrong. I work out of. So do you like does this book have a daily like your morning? You said I work like that. Like we deal by the week. So that one in particular because it goes through the four week season. And it'll give you some exercises. You can do like that week of I thought about doing daily, but like I find myself like really pressured with daily journal or miss yesterday. Get my still on track. You know? Neo husband code you an app. Notifications every day that in the works. There. Yeah. Here's everyone will be able to make enough money. Second higher full-time. He's really expensive. Honey. I am so excited to any any less energy. Download advice anything vibrations you feel from us. But we give us one of those readings. No one can afford. Later. I o you energy. I. Meditate together, we used to sometimes are probably the most helpful thing for you. I think to meditate together. Oh, yeah. Especially everyone saying how spiritually important we are free. Exactly. Yeah. You went some time where you're you're meditating together. Even if she's like five minutes, you know, not -struction and not that you're like trying to connect with each other. But that you're just like in space together if that makes sense, and then you're energy will naturally connect. Be grounded. So when you meditate, do you think about something or personally, you just try to clear mind and have it beings come to your like? In clear, clear, my mind, I usually focus on the breath to start. So just like the feeling of the breath. I always start my personal meditations by saying what I'm open to receiving like opener receiving love and Buny open to receiving guidance intuition an opener money. Well, and getting them same page with what you guys are open receiving is really important as a couple because of your open receiving one thing. And you're open receiving thing. Trying to work together. Like, you know, the universe. Doesn't know what to give you. And Gunnar sleeping without her in the bed because in the universe energy. She was putting out was like. Initially like he can't I can't be sleeping in the bed with him. So she got him out of the bed. And then one week of that her energy was like he does it need be anymore. What have you accident? He started needing her again. So it's like the universe psych? Here you go update. Breaking news sleep, turn garner slept eight hours straight last night came home drunk and ice left three hours or too drunk, Akeem home, leave reated. Came home in party mode. And I was not up for it. I jumped on the van. Be quiet and don't touch me. But it was the hardest nights my life because I've asked Heidi to get rid of all the non delicious things now come trying to get healthy and in shape, but when you have had alcohol, and you need some snack foods, I'm like eating baby food like pouch eating. Like eating. Say. Digging through the pantry. It was sad. Sad made. It though didn't think I was gonna make it here today. So much fun. You'll get healed later, but that's interesting about the meditating because we used to be way more in tune with each other healings every day. So Rica we with the bible. Things created a pattern that we got out. We did Kuna Alenia together every morning like we would do things. We were just always gathered our dollars baby. And I call. Governor. True. You're right. I should've just named him Spencer. You're right. It'd be ways your sensors sensors so that'll be hard. We're going to do kids. Do you? I I go for two. I'll see we'll see we'll see how the first one works out. Yeah. I'm an only child. So I'm not a poster children. Okay. Yeah. My time there. But yeah. Because Mantilla together, it'll it'll help just energy can act some different level. Nice. Okay. Well, thank you so much for all your wisdom and energy. And for all our listeners, if that's very helpful and make sure that you guys all checkout jail. Your daughter dot com and Instagram, which is amazing. This totally my vibe is spirit daughter and definitely check out these journals because they're very powerful. He's me workbooks. I just read a journal journalists, okay? Journal journal. You wanna do anyways? They're not overwhelming. They're also really fun. There's beautiful photos in there. There's great art. There's actual photos. There's the way it's piece together. Just really beautiful. It's kind of like a little magazine is really a so it's it's something that you definitely want to calendar yet. We don't calendar. Yeah. We have all these. I just need more time in the day, which I'm not getting. Fear spirit serious. Need budget to afford it? Do you want to tell everyone all your social media Twitter? I really do Twitter we do YouTube YouTube channel or. That great videos much writing and talking podcast, but we may have a podcast. Oh, say. Say definitely do. Podcast one. With your husband now. Spirit that would've been co host. You knows at a secret. It's actually my our business Vela person Lisa's been helping with marketing forever. She's a really really good friend. She's been a spirit daughter fan and supporter for since the beginning. She's read every workbook, and she she lives in she lives it. So she I'm gonna live it. Yeah. Yes. Nice life. That's a live. I have to say about being a better person. I'm all for that. Yeah. Okay. Well, thank you so much. Thank you listeners and other episode makes eighty Michigan about famous, please. Keep listening. Knows. You're the Gardner who does it right to make your flower and vegetable plants thrive, we do it right to with deals like five bags of miracle. Grow purpose Cardi soil for just ten dollars during our spring black Friday sale, grow delicious, vegetables and herbs and save on Bonnie plants now four for ten dollars fine, spring black Friday savings like these throughout the store, but hurry because they won't last long. 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"Thank you for listening to this podcast. One production available on apple podcasts and podcast. One. It's really important decide where you live to choose wisely with apartments dot com apartments dot com has the most listings for apartments townhomes condos and houses to choose from live where and how you want with -partment dot com. Go to the site and check out their customs search tools. If you have pets or one easy commute to work, they can help you find what you want with apartments dot com. What you see is what you rent your time is valuable, and that's why they come through all the listings, make sure all the information is verified up to date. They make house hunting a breeze with apartments dot com. Find your perfect place apartments dot com. Change your apartment, change your world. New episode of may Spidey famous again this week, we are going to be famous again to hills premiering, June twenty-fourth coming up, which is really exciting, and we are headed to New York. I'm currently packing, and I have a lot of things going on. So, yeah, I had severe migraines. I almost had to cancel filming. I thought it was going to have to cancel this New York trip because I had a concussion as everybody knows and before that I was even having back problems and having to go to the chiropractor. So anyways, yes, I am trying to get better. I don't have to cancel New York which I'm excited about, but also not. Yes, the flights going to be hard. But thank God Abby is going to be on the flight with us and crystal who is my. She's an all in one glam squad, which is very, very impressive. Because at first I thought like oh, she's so good at hair. I don't want to like. Mess with that and, or do the makeup, she's equally as amazing at makeup. So it's just the best case scenario, we just have to time it. Anyway. She's coming with us. Abbey's coming with us. We are going to go to the lion. King excited Spencer for the Lanqing last time we saw we were in London excited that you were able to find a seat on. I'll because we are going to be getting up every second because the other night, I took gunner to top gun they re released in the theater for night, and a soak side exhaust, the first movie I had ever seen in my parents side to gunner and we're sitting there and he's yelling. I can't yells Ladas. He is because he's not alone. Alot never owns looking at him. Like why do you have a baby in there? Mike is not a baby anymore. There's a big toddler Sino Heidi, I think I need to cancel my workout. His I'm supposed to be in West Hollywood at two o'clock. And when are we going to if we don't do it today here? Okay. Well, then really Ryan cancel always one. I can't so working out under champagne with you. Heidi already started breaking out tomorrow. I am so we're gonna over seven days while we're in New York on for five Sunday. Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and then get back they could technically work out Thursday evening. Oriole Ousama do on flight with Gunnar, ours, drugged Jim Mel after y'all gym rat. How important is it to you? I don't know. It's up to you, but yeah, you can go today all takeover because you've had to do it when I have been dealing with governor Jesse nine. Charging, champagne by just know. Mike coach. You'll be so upset I'm feeling just really stress because it's a lot to travel with a toddler on the flights and everything. So let's give a shout out to CD line because if your parents like me or if your work is stressful. Like mine or if you're trying to get Amos again, like me, you need CBD lion. I need CBD lion. Gumy's tastes great. It's an easy way to get your dose of CBD. Also. It's just very convenient when you're traveling or anything like that. So right now, go to CBD lion dot com. Use promo code Spidey to get twenty percent off. I mean, wow, that will change your whole day. CBD lion. Lotions come in three hundred and nine hundred milligram doses for those who have extra stressful days. Also, I'm using this on my back because I'm having severe back problems, and it's just great to have you can just rub it in your back. That's really helpful for stress and problems and injuries. Make sure you try their tinctures. You can add. Them to your favorite food, or directly under your tongue. They range from two hundred and fifty all the way up to five thousand milligrams, the best part, Alspi listeners, get to. Just go to CBD lion dot com. Enter promo code, Spidey at checkout, that CBD lion dot com. Enter promo code Spidey. It's a jungle out there. Let CBD lion help you live a better life. So we are packing. I'm having my CV de Lyon just to help me, relax, I'm actually gonna use the lotion later. So that's what I'm really excited to try because I'm having such severe back problems, and I ran to my friend yesterday and she's like, why haven't you tried the lotion? I'm like, I have no idea. I've seen he line. That's ridiculous. I am not rubbing on my back every night. So, yeah. Anyways, I had the funniest not funny. I had her run in with Winnie the other night when we were filming and she did not like Whitney port. Okay. When he port she was on the hills for a little bit. And then she had her own spinoff called the city and now she's back on the hills reboot, and I've always I never been close to Whitney. But I'm like, oh, I respect her three times. Ever. Yeah. I mean realistically, I guy probably talked to her twenty times ever, right? Like realistically, probably twenty times ever really want to hang out with me, but I understand 'cause she was in USC and had our own friends. And she wasn't like friends with Lauren, and a and I and she just had like her own stuff going on which totally respect totally understand. But we were never like friends on the show. And anyways. So I saw her filming the other night. And she was very upset that you mentioned it in our podcast and had said anything and I said to her, because, unfortunately, with there's been some new drama on the show, and she kind of was validating, some really negative things said about me, and she's like, well, I just think that. It was convincing of what this person was saying, and I'm like, well, then, then you're choosing sides like either, stay out of it, which is what you're saying. You wanna do. She just wants to say I stay out of it. Not I'm being convinced by this person or whatever, so anyways, she also has had problems with this person, and hasn't liked whatever. So anyways, her, and I had to have a conversation about that. And I told her that she should have just completely stayed out of it, and I'm sorry that she felt that way. I didn't really think she cared about the show or what was going on, because she hasn't really been like a full part of it, you know, she has a lot of her own. She's a mom, and she's an influence, or, and it's just different for her and us. And we haven't filmed a whole lot together. We film some things here and there, but she was just more upset about you, and that you texted her, like, hey, lose my number type of thing. And I said, well, that's. Very hard situation that was going on. And you put yourself in the middle of it, and he was just being honest with what had happened. But anyways, I told her it's all good that if she wants to stay out of it. That's a good situation and being that you to have known each other for a long time that you're not emotional, or irrational with that you're saying, like, okay, well, then I guess we're not friends moa was if you're going to say I don't really know you guys then lose my number. You shouldn't have my phone number. If you don't know me. And then, that's what she said to me when she said like about this other person. She's like, well, I don't really know either of you, and I'm like, oh, come on. You've seen enough at least for the past few months to know both of us hung out with me a lot when I used to hang out with her and her what an say, she didn't know you, though, she said, she didn't know me or this other person very well, regarded this. I'm glad she lost my number. I'm glad I blocked her. And I'm glad I would never interact with somebody who does not care at all. And I don't hear it on. So you're saying no, that's saying, I'm saying you're the bigger person. That you don't even care enough about the drama to feel that way. You said high the other day you were busy that wasn't an appropriate setting at a photo shoot to have that conversation with her never gonna ways. This is almost you're neutral. You don't have a problem with her. I have Rome with anyone only thing I have problem with is my Bank account right now, now being full of millions of dollars as the only thing I've issue with, so she should probably get a proud daddy crystal if she's feeling down or upset, or frustrated or anything like that Yoshi miss the sale. Maybe we'll give her a free packaging or something. But you're you're bigger than that you're past that. And that's what I told her like expensive isn't, you know it's all good. It's all good. It's so all good. All I'm just about is the I don't want to go work out at is what a podcast drink champagne with you. So I hate types, like so hard to get shape. It is so hard getting shape while year working out. I'm going to go talks. I'm gonna work out. My forehead muscle freeze. So I had both talks with few months ago, but it's worn off so quickly because I can't I don't sleep inside like us my whole face to strain my eyes open, and my vote talks is wearing out. So I figure before this huge press store. It's gone. This press store your it wore off. I'm gonna just get a little bit of botox, so. Enough for him scope today, or are you really all pretty bad as low five I would do the scope today, except I'm bringing governor and I don't want him to be there for half an hour. That's a long time. And my bag is pretty bad. It's so swollen. Doctor Murray was like do not work out, like basically Musi do minimal movement. So I feel like and you know that if I'm doing them sculpt at Dr Wu's I want to do like one hundred percent all the way to one hundred because that's what makes it worth it. And then if I'm only going to ten I might as well, not get them scoped. What do you think think you'll nice five just a little vibration and Abby and gun gonna loves hallways? You just want to watch the contents, those jiggles jiggles. Oh, jubilee legally. Yacht anyways? So we'll be back relieving on Sunday and actually my sister's coming in town tomorrow. Did you know that so Saturday since your sister, and I are now best friends, they know I love her. She's the best. So engaged on my g story. I really appreciate all of her great emojis and it's just really makes me happy and love her. And so she actually got a hotel in Santa Monica, just so I could see her easier. So tomorrow, my day is seeing my sister while she gets her hair done, which is going to take a little bit and man on. Bring gunner with me. I'm subbing and Abby. Thank you to our mazing listeners already. Over to our market. Oh, okay. So you trying to say here, stressing also special shout out to our guests ship that just right before the podcast chef from southern charm, if you didn't know also podcasts on podcast. One obviously Shep is very busy prior on a beach somewhere, but he was supposed to actually call in. But he said, I'm going to have to do it later today. Yes. Shep-. We just hang out in a Frikkie and recording. CO wait for your call all day long. Okay. We'll be standing by for that site. But we do like Shep and we do a lot of that show. Okay. We'll later. Yeah. Like you don't just say later today for podcast. Now, were he doesn't have kids to don't think he understands. This isn't a radio station. We're not like sitting at Howard Stern in our hike, DJ. Okay, call in on our four o'clock hour Shep. Yeah. Very, very true. So all right, we'll have shop another time. We love southern charmed. But yeah so AVI. How long do you think we will be like blessed enough to have you, do you think we'll have you for, like ten years, or do you think like what's your life? Like, do you really think we'll have you for five years, like, what's realistic? Do you think I mean, I feel like when I lived in because I grew up in Arizona. And when I lived there, I was always like wanting to move to the next place and go to the next place. So anytime it was, like working for family, there, I was always thinking, like okay, well, I wanna go somewhere next. So it was kind of, like I knew in my head is a limited time and they Foley knew that to then I moved to Vegas in the same situation. I was like, biggest isn't my stop, like I want to go to LA, but I was going to be there for a little bit in the family. Fully knew that too was kind of Saint there, like if we have you for year, great, if we have you longer that's like the best case scenario. So as for two years, but I always knew LA was an ex and the now that I'm here. I don't I'm not. Like plant, I don't want, like a next not that I'm saying, I don't want. But I'm so happy to finally be here and be like this is home to me. Now I felt like with Arizona and Vegas. It was just like going somewhere new and wanting more and more and more in LA was like the end goal. And I feel like my next would be having, like a second home somewhere else, but it would be fully still in A, and that would be like way in the future, when Alex Neier super rich. But so I'm like, really happy here. And this is my home. So I don't like for me is long as you need. Me your guys. I mean for forever. Being your guys lives. And even if you don't want me to. All over and visit you guys. But I yeah, I don't. I don't like I'm it's not even a thought in my head that I'm like, well, I wanna do this next. And so, maybe like a couple years like this is me here my life. And so I'm fully with you guys so blessed to have you guys, but you do have balmy and bombie is like such a huge company that's taking off and you have so much going on. And you guys haven't checked out their new chopsticks, make sure you check about. Like my new obsession, I cannot get its coconut oil. It's like just smooths out everything. It's unbelievable link carrying them everywhere I go, there's three amazing flavors. So make sure that you guys check them out, but Bobby is really exploding. And that's I think that's my fear like but balmy so exciting and the bath bombs, everybody wants them, and you're like in all these subscription boxes and you have, like so many other products coming out. So I just wonder if that would take over from. What you do with us. I know I yeah, it's hard because in my head Michael would be that Bobby just it, it is. It's taken up way more than I could have ever imagined. I'm so grateful in Lovin, so happy right now. It's me and Alex doing it. And so in my head, I'm like, oh, the goal would be to, you know, wanted to have my own office for bombie in like a whole, like warehouse kind of thing for bombie, and it's not in had like employees running it. And so I I'm obviously like the Boston like have people under me in then still my head. I'm like, in the Knight's still be here during the day reading. I'm like that would be my like I know once you have, you know, your second kid if you have a third or whatever, but I know that eventually as it goes on maybe at a certain age, you know, parents are like, okay well, I trialed is this old? And I you know I can kind of take it from here. So I'm I know at I don't know. I like I. I think that would be my goal is to have me have employees for Vom be running it and everything like that. And still in some way be here with you guys and everything. Because I'm I don't know if you've noticed a little bit protective of life, the families, I work for, I don't want to say, I don't like saying, like jealous it just like a very protective, like I love, you guys may love gunner and I don't want anyone to I don't I, I don't know if I trust anyone else to, like, have the best inches. It's, so it's so crazy because I'm like, I feel like I'm a crazy mom, where I'm like, I don't know if I would trust you doing this, or that. And so, so with that, like I would fully love being party guys as much as they could. And but mostly it happens with bombie. I mean, it would be amazing if I could eventually get an office and do I mean, I will eventually, but I think like this year, I mean, I think it's just taken off so much in, you know, it's really important decide where you live or were, you will have the office or -partment to choose wisely with apartment stock. Com. Whether it's Hollywood, New York, crested byu, or I wanna be downtown where you live Abby apartments dot com has the most listings for parliaments townhomes condos and houses to choose from live where and how you want with -partment dot com. Go to the site, and check out their custom search tools. If you have pets or one easy commute to work like you're gonna want with your office, and your house, they can help you find what you want with apartments dot com. What you see is what you rent your time is valuable, and that's why the comb through all the listings, it make sure all the information is verified up to date. They make house hunting or office ending a breeze with apartments dot com. Find your perfect place apartments dot com change your apartment, change your world. So make sure you check that out when you decide to move or anything else. I know where in downtown right now and I love it because I love our place so much. But downtown's a little a little scary sometimes. Yeah, it can definitely be like a little intense, but get I feel like with bombie really are taking off, and it's like growing so fast. So for me, I really want you to be here for the next baby, which hopefully will be I'm hoping next year at this time, I'll be pregnant, and then I would love to have the baby. Ideally, I know it's so weird. But in November, because then it goes Spencer's August. I'm September gunners October in the baby would be November. So it's we each get our month in, in a row. And I love the fall and then just feel like that would be e so or bay. Survey. No, it's weird. But you didn't get so lucky with Gunnar being October. I like he barely got ACTA over what time does he or not? He was born at three. Oh, five PM. Oh, so I went into labor, I prayed for it's so hard so detail oriented, and I was going to go to crested Butte the week before he was born where I work. Okay, I'm gonna get my last year, but I wanna go see my mom. I want to be there for the fall, I want to be alone. And then Spencer's like, are you sure you're like as everybody says, heavily pregnant like wait till you see how pregnant I it's insane. But I think when you're pregnant, you don't see how pregnant you are. Also. By totally. I was like moving around. I was fine. And he's like watchers check with your doctor. So I checked with her, and she's like you're three centimeters dilated like you could have the baby anytime the baby drops. And that was that thirty six week at six weeks. And I was praying really hard like, please, God don't let me have the baby sooner because I don't want to be in the Nick, you and I just want to have this natural baby, and I don't want to get an epidural and anyway. So I was just praying really hard about it ended up not going to Colorado because when you get on a flight, you it actually induces labor in high altitude induces labor. So I totally either could of have the baby on the plane or in crested view. You would have been the one that's everyone's looking at your having the baby in your like not caring expensive. It'd have been carrying thing. Like I sorry guy like, Nope. Yeah. I'd be like, whatever no show. People frickin heads a really. And then, so I prayed, so hard as a really want to have my water break first, and then I want to have. In the morning. So the dogs are taking care of Kaz. Kelsey came down to care, the dogs, every detail, I prayed for like totally happen. So anyways for the next baby, and we wanted the first because we're like, please not September not like the twenty nineth at the end, we want him to have his own mind. And so it was like I was so close the first, but the next one, I feel like November be cool, and I feel like it'd be really fun to have you be there, because I feel like you would be godmother, you know, I feel like there's not many more people, there's not anyone who's, like closer to our family and closer to me and closer to our children and like, who does so much like if you would have been there before you would certainly been gunners godmother's in. So I feel like for the next one and be like one of the godmother's, you know, just thing ever I love that so much on my gosh. Yes, I would love to be that would be I mean, I know I'm going to be here. Regardless, all be here. Okay. I'm mocking around people, you're going to be godmother. Why are you going to go the happy? Let's do. Let's have a baby. I want I want to be a little godmother. Oh my God. Sweet. The real question is, what are you, the most excited for, for New York? Oh, goodness. I'm excited for everything. I'm excited for The Lion, King locks, I've never seen Broadway ever before, and going to New York for the first time I was like a year ago for me. So I'm really excited to go back and visit and maybe visit some friends if I'm not too crazy busy. But I am bully ready and prepared to have gun with me, everywhere may little best, but so I'm excited for it at all. So exciting. And totally forgot what I was just gonna say, oh, Alex was going to come with us. Alex is abbey's boyfriends? So we were trying to convince him to come, but what happened he was going to come, but he was like he was worried that the flight wasn't going go earth. The trip wasn't going to go through, or that was be cancelled moved. Around or something? So why would he possibly think? I'll tell you why. Because we we're supposed to go to London and I cancelled it, and then I'm like, okay, no. I'll redo it. No, cancel it. So we're supposed to go for that for the tour and then this happened like five times, and I keep texting Abby like it's on. And then days later, I'm like it's off. And I decided to cancel the trip to London because the time changes so hard and I already don't sleep. And it's just like so challenging to do anything. But then I was like, okay, they're paying for the flights. That would be so fun. Let's go to Milan, and Paris, and London. And then I'm like that is so in vicious am I even talking about? I am so sleep deprived, and that so expensive, so they're only paying for like a few nights there, forget it. Let's wait till a really rich. We're taking a jet. Everybody's going so anyways. So that's what he has saw every night, I was coming on. We're going to run and the next night, so we're not going to get a lemon next. We're going back to London. And so he was like, okay, we'll soon as the flights are booked, then all, then I'll go to New York and. And then it just gets later and later, he ended up taking a job on the the middle of the week. And he was like, I don't know if I can go for a night, and then fly back, it just seems like a law. And so he decided that he needs to work, which is good. And, but in a little bump. He won't be there. But crystal's going to stay with me. So I'm excited to have that which is great. So crystals the guru, I was talking about earlier on, and that's so exciting. And you know what else is? So exciting is twenty two hours and American nightmare. Checkout twenty two hours an American nightmare on pod. Cast one, a family is held hostage for nearly twenty four hours and murdered inside their own home. W T, O P examined, the evidence that police say lead to finding their killer. Download new episode of twenty two hours American nightmare on apple podcasts and podcast, one. So that's also exciting. I have nightmares. Sometimes I'm going to have nightmares now. Scary, but I'm kind of into it. Okay. But farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision has a unique sound beetle boop. Drone seen it covered. Click for more we are Arbor's of underwritten by farmer's truck fire insurance exchange center. Affiliates products on available in every state mixture to stick around after this podcast to get the latest headlines from the AP news minute. Are you worried about the flight like what's your plan? What should we do? What's their strategy here? So I don't know. I've never flown with gone over four. I don't know how he's going to be because with the last family whenever we would fly, it was is pretty easy because they're older. They're there's three of them. And the youngest one I mean when I started she was, too. But when we've when we'd fly with her she's pretty easy. You know, she was the youngest. She just kind of went with things. So it was easy with them because they were older and everything I've never flown with Gunnar him being. I don't even think filling with a one and a half year old before. It's so hard. I feel like every time we fly with him so much harder because he doesn't want to sit in his seat. Right. Any so upset bathing in his seat. And then he just wants to run around, and then he doesn't understand why can't like talk to everybody because, you know, how social gunner is, and then I'm like, oh, great. We see likes TV, but he won't sit there and watch TV. I like have the hardest time getting. Him. So that's why I books in nine thirty flight out because I'm like, okay we'll be will wake up a little early. I'll have to wake him up. We'll get to the airport, he'll run around. He'll be tired, the hopefully go to bed at, like, ten thirty eleven. Maybe he usually sleeps for like an hour to two hours on the flight flights what five hours. So I'm hoping that only gives us three hours of juggling, and then I'm usually with the nurse or not nurses wherever not the hospital with the flight. Attendant. Yeah. I'm usually the flight attendants the whole time and like juggling book that's before when I could hold him and like rock, and then he went to just like kind of sit there. So like, who knows what's going to happen. Yeah. It's funny because whenever I've flown by myself, or with anyone or anything or any kind of experience. I've had like ow, and there's a baby crying, or any in people are like so upset or wanting the baby to calm down, and I'm always like you guys. Don't understand how stressful this is for the mom or the family or whatever's happening. So I'm always fine with it. But there are people that are a little grumpy pants on planes and stuff. Oh my gosh. Man. I last once and this these people gave us a luxury first class flying there, and we've never not flown first class with gutter. He's always been first class next, sir jets. But he gave Spencer look Spencer gave him a look like if you look at me, one more time, it will be the last week, you give this guy. Nah. Never looked at us again. But, like the nasty looks people give 'em, my mom always said at growing and people just don't understand to like, there's literally nothing you can do when it's a baby. And I always like that must be so hard for them when they're years, eat a pop or just in such tight close, you know, please like it must be so hard for them. And I get it gets along flight in flying already stressful and everything. But the I don't care like, like, yeah, he was like, oh, that person. I'm like, I don't give an f like bacon. Look, all I want they could even say something to enemy. I could care less look people that's par of frigging life where you a baby. Yes, you are. Am I doing everything? I can ES AM. Do I care what you say? No, I have trolls on the internet. They nasty things. I don't care what people say at all. Like so even with that when it happened when spends his house, like I don't care give give me a million for can looks do I care. No. Like, so I just don't put up a wall. I honestly don't care. I usually. Sit on the floor with governor like last time I put like blankets down, and I made a little like a four and crawlspace and I like sit in between the seats with him. And I put like the movie down there and snacks. And like make it a cool thing. But, like I am I'm not. I've never had any hope I mean, like, yeah, I've had Spencer help sometimes, but I've never had like you there or crystal. So for me, I'm used to doing it like myself because we went to New York almost a year ago with him to the as an we've flown like several other times. But it's predominantly me, you know, I was he only wants you to, so that's what makes it hard as when he's only wanting you. And then if he's upset because of whatever's going on minutes, it is a hard situation. Okay. So you'll be slaving the whole time Christmas time. Okay. This is just me. You know what I do see this happening though? And it's so hard for me to hand off governor like I only share not share, but like I only allocate. Gunnar when I need to because. Yeah, I, I love being mom, and I am mom, and that's like fun for me and a challenge for me, and like something I, I don't know. You know, I don't know. You know, you know, you know. So anyways, I'm sure ninety percent of flights going to be me anyways, and we'll make walk back and we'll see you, but in general, it's going to be, you know, Gunnar knowing you. I mean you could obviously give him to me. It'd be fine and you could go back, but knowing you'll you're always so hands on with him. And you know want ever want him upset or anything. So I'm like, knowing you will leave you ninety percent of the time. But I'm always like always here, if you want to, but I'm not gonna you know obviously to steal from you. But okay, so free book drinks wine. This is yo-. You bring you drink some wine, have some movies, a yacht, make sure you bring your ipod or whatever you wanna watch, but so we have a few great things coming up, and I wanna bring gunner on, like the majority of the press tour if it's good for him because I think it'd be. Fine to like meet all these people, and he loves all the staff, and like gunners, the real star, you know, like so even having him there and he's a bigger star than Spencer ni- million percent. So if it works great, and then if not, I feel like rise could do something else, I'm thinking on Monday, maybe guys could like go to the zoo or something like that, because we're going to be gone for a long time filming not MTV thing via. Yeah. No, we'll definitely have fun. Yeah. He's so social and loves being around people. So, I feel like it'll be fun for us to go off these places and he'll loving around you guys. But of course when it gets hard because of the time difference of napping and everything like that. He'll I think they'll just be like so much going on by knowing him helped push through it in have a great time with whatever we're doing. Yeah. And normally he falls asleep in the car, right? So I'm thinking he's either going to have to nap in the car and drive around New York with the driver because I don't think he'll trans. For a hotel. He has before. But if you think about it like okay falls asleep in the car, and then you're going to have to load him up, and then you're have to go up at elevators, and then you're gonna have to put him in the room like that might be a little in bishop's. I don't know. But you could always put him back to sleep. But at an or despite about said in a hotel, that's true. I didn't really think about that situation because it's either the car getting him to sleep or the stroller. But with a stroller. It's s like going on a little hike and no one's around talking to him like in a hotel or something like that. People are obviously going to meet loud, and things are going to be happening around him. So I don't know, Ulta to figure that one out. But I know 'cause I used to have the car seat stroller when he was younger, which was perfect because I would just take him out of that keep him. The stroller moving it like that, not having to transfer. And then it was just one transfer to the room. So I don't know at this point. And that's what I'm like trying to strategize is, like, okay, not only do, I have the biggest press store. Ever going on this. Relaunch so much crazy separately on. I have to figure out Gunnar and his schedule and what to bring them what's like the best possible scenario for him. And, you know, everyone else's travel and everything, but it's also a good distraction because then I'm not so focused just on a TV show and I'll myself, it's like what am I wearing who, who cares where I'm going? I don't know if we're good idea what everyone else is then, like strategically planning their outfits for so long and all this stuff. But you know what whatever's gonna make the easiest in what's going to be awesome for me is just cracking. A are you looking for a simple hot meal to start off your day? Then you need to try just cracking egg. It's less than two minutes, and I need something fast in New York. I need something easy. This is perfect for me. You will be breakfast, heaven. I'm in breakfast, heaven when a habit is hot. It's fluffy. It's breakfast, scramble at so fricking easy, just out of fresh eggs, stir microwave and your love for breakfast will be reignited also just cracking has no artificial flavors, dyes or preservatives. But. 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You know, you can get a glass of champagne and. Like L O, Abby, I'm telling you Broadway's my favorite things in a whole frigging world. They're the best singers and actors and orchestras right there in front of you. I've been a few times have been less to go. And I'm so excited just to tell gun are like when he's older to, like you went to Broadway in New York when you were twenty months old. It's just the stories you know. And I think like the animals, it's it is, there's a so called that he can go to that, because I'm like, I'm twenty five and I'm like, this is my first Broadway show. I'm so excited. I'm like, oh, this is my second time in New York, and he's not even two and he's doing all these fun amazing things. But I know I'm so excited Spencer was like what did he say is like, oh, yeah. I'm really excited. Don't worry, like all all I'll take gunner. Yeah. I'm like, because I'm like, okay, we need to figure out who is gonna take Gunnar when he's crying because I want to see the show. I want to see the show Christmas. She see the show. It is like, don't worry. I can definitely miss linking. I will take on our like great because we are all very invest. Added in this. I know I'm like what's wrong? You don't wanna hang out with us. Why, why won't you watch linking with us? But he doesn't love Broadway. Like I do like I love Broadway. When we wear in London last time, I had a SCO to phantom of the opera Les, Miserables lace, and like one other thing, and he didn't wanna go to any of them and was like, I'm not wasting our money or a time. I was like, you know, what normally I'd be like, okay, what? We're not normally like maybe before I'd be like fine. Let's do something else. And I'm like, no, I'm putting my foot down. We're in London right now. And I'm going to do what I wanna to do. You can come or not because I went by myself like, I'm going to the show's afterwards. He said, take you so much. That was when the best experiences, I had so much fun. I'm so glad you made that decision still talks about that, and how it was like so fun and such a time when we could do that. Although during phantom of the opera he fell asleep in this singers. We were right in the front row with these awesome tickets. And they were looking at him from stage. I am not kidding. They kept. Over at him. And they like made some kind of reference to him. And I like hit him. I'm like, get the Frick up. Are you kidding me? Like, oh, my gosh. It was so embarrassing. I couldn't even believe it. And I ll anyways, you know, you wanna like not be so controlling and let your husband do what he wants to do. But then at the same time you're like for your own good this time. Like I know you don't see it, but people are looking at you right now. Better wake up. Yes. So funny, the whole place was like sorry. Looking at them on like this Brazi the whole show, just stop against answer. Totally I own my gosh. So crazy. So anyways, I'm really save for The Lion King. It's at seven pm. That's the one I books, but it's only four PM our time. So I felt like that's good for governor. Yeah. That'll be good for sure. Knowing me knowing him, he's not gonna sleep anyway. So it'll be perfect kit's my life, gonna hurt not sleeping. But I was saying Abby last night, because I've had to work, which Spencer. Says is not work, but it is work at the same time. It's blessed where it's work we love, but for the past two weeks, I've had to work like five days a week, and that's the most ever left garner. And I feel like setting a really hard time with that. We're filming like a a commercial last week. And I, I just decided, I don't know why we're having the best time, and I was laughing at it was like we're gonna check in and look at the monitors, and he was like crying so hard. And I, I think I talked about last week where I almost laughed, and I was started like crying because I was like, I think he misses me but it wasn't because the next night I'm there and he's crying in my arms. I'm like. You know, so he just wants to be like up, and he doesn't like going to bed. He does want to feel like is missing something. So it wasn't even the facts that actually made me feel better. I'm like, okay. It's not that he misses me right here on his crying. But, you know, I know nothing. I'm going to say made me feel better, but I wanted you to know to like, when you saw that I'm trying to put him to bed, and he's obviously really upset and I told you like it's one out of six times. He has a hard time, like usually less way leads, right? Like, I, I guess, I'm thinking because I don't normally I'm not here every night, putting bed. It's like maybe two times in one week and then it's not for another three weeks. So usually goes about really easy in that was just really hard time for him. And I. Yeah. And then when I knew that you're like seeing it. And when you told me it happened to you, then I was like, okay, I think he's just kind of going through. It's just hands too, and his growing, and he's getting more tea. Than and things are happening. And so, yeah, I don't think he was obviously having hard time. But I don't I think it was just kind of what he's growing right now. He's, you know, it's going to happen from time to time, but he definitely these, you know, he's a kid, he's grown he's gonna have hard times when it comes in, but I made me feel bad because I didn't want you to think that he was like hates me. And it's just like not one. So I was like, I wouldn't want never think that doesn't happen all the time. Like it's just it's once in a while anywhere, so sweet and like rocking him and trying to fool them, and then give him this space when you like needed it, in unlike bringing him back in and like everything you did was so beyond perfect in loving kind. I'm like, there couldn't you couldn't be am better for gang hans-gunnar. Like when you're older, you're gonna really wish that miss Abby was around is so funny, because like in that situation, there'd be times that I'd be like singing to him like a little like lullabies, and it would make him better. And then like are at home. Tom and then, like, sometimes a bit okayed don't sing anymore like he is not like. He is not stop singing in the Mike start again, then he would like it so funny, because like trying to figure out him I go on the call. My sleep lullabies helping. Stop nothing. He too, though. That's me too, though. I'll like put him to bed, and I'm like doing something fun. And then all of a sudden, like hits me in the face. I'm like, okay. No more of that. Yeah. No, I guess not. But yeah, we have a big week coming in two. Big weeks behind us, which I think is might be the busiest. And I'm not sure we'll see what happens with the hills. If there is another season or if we will be a part of it. I mean this might hypothetically, be the only time I am filming and really away Alon. And so I'm like trying to convince myself to, like, hey, enjoy this time. I have spent a year straight with him, basically year and a half of only left a few hours a day total. But then I'm like, oh my gosh. When I have another kid I feel like I'd be the same like I don't wanna late. Leave a baby. You know, like I don't wanna leave that baby for a year. Yeah. I have bought about that how it's going to be when you do have another kid. I mean, hopefully in the baskets, ram, still helping. And I'm like, I wonder what that situation is going to be like, is it going to be more me, still hands on with Gunnar in you at the baby. Or mike. I wonder at what point like the what age the baby that you would like the okay with me? You know, keeping him or her or yeah. Yes. Complicated little situation. I'm I have thought about that. I don't know. Because I, I only left governor for the first year three times one St. mine out twice three times. I think to get my now. Honestly, and that's it. And I, I didn't leave the him with anyone in. That's how I felt bast in comfortable because they feel like he didn't understand. Yeah. And he was so young. And so it's like I just feel like I might beat up as talking to Ashley Waller about that Jason Waller's wife the other day. And she was like, no, you wouldn't be the same. And I'm like, hi kindness. Think I'm gonna be the same. She noted. No, you would. And that was like the first time and you didn't have Abby yet, and she's like you wouldn't you went, and I'm like, I don't know. I I'm thinking I might be maybe a little less right? And then, also the baby will have Gunnar, which is some like important person in their life. That is like a Spencer. And I and you you'll be there from the beginning. So that's different too. It's not like introducing someone you'll be there. Do you think your next one's gonna be a or a girl, you know why it keeps switching it so weird. I was like, convinced a million percent. It'd be a boy. And then it starts feeling like it's going to be a girl and then feels like it's going to be a boy. I thought from the day one gunner was going to be a boy a million percent. I'm like, first child boy done, you know, and it's so weird. It just keeps switching. So I think I think I'm leaning towards boy, and I think that's what I wanting, but actually gunners waking up while. This is the makes mighty famous again show. Thank you all so much. Make sure you check out prosthetic crystals dot com. We're headed to New York. Yes, we'll talk to you soon. Thanks, everybody. At farmers insurance. 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40 Ounces To Famous!!!

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I thought we'd get to episode four and it's definitely challenging and continues to be with the baby. So very big progress for everybody involved. Thanks podcast one and Steve for dealing with us for forty episodes bringing in Gunnar. I mean, it seems like yesterday that we just had our first episode in their and how little garnered is solely raff and rocking them in their gosh. I thought that was hard that's ways easier than it is. Now, the crawling baby who won't sit still for five minutes. But yes, thank you listeners mostly to listening to forty episodes of Spencer in I talking and all of our guest in actually it's been really fun to had some of our favorite days with an. We gotta meet the jersey shore cast, which is south and we had an Jan from Shas. Sunset, and we've had Jason Waller on. We've had Kaitlyn bristowe. I mean, we've got some really been Cavalieri have a Larry was our first Gabby Jay Cutler. He said no, to any interviews. So it's definitely been quite the ride, so thanks skies. Forty fricking episodes is girls, gender, fluid, Gendron, fine. Transgender. However us people aliens. Moving. They can listen to a podcast. But yeah, I mean birds especially hummingbirds so we are podcasting from home today. We had a podcast that we taped for the show on Friday, but we have to hold that episode for the hills that we are on. I can confirm we're forget on on MTV. An episode? Yeah, at least at least three episodes. Probably few episodes were slowly getting edited out of here. Yeah, I know it's hard. So anyways, we taped one of our co stars, which would be a great interview down the road, but they're going to hold that episode and tell it airs with MTV because I think they want to keep everything secret, but you can use your imagination and figure out who the guests. It'd be somebody we may not have really interacted much with before. This is what I can say. I thought the most interesting part of the podcast is it ended up this person had a huge problem with Perez Hilton who is one of our BFF's. And when we heard that I was like, oh, wow. So I called Perez and I was like, can you do a an apology video for this person? And he said, of course, absolutely sent us an apology video right after and we sent it to this cast member and we didn't even get a response. Back, which I still haven't really sure I feel about that either. I still haven't been responded to shave. Right. Hey, did you get the video. You probably blocked by now. Thing this cast member obvious president cast member makes it through the whole season reality. TV is an experience. I used to think that I loved it, but I'm starting to think that I enjoy filming myself more. It's hard with reality TV or just maybe this because I feel like there's a lot of past history that is trying to be incorporated, and then there's what's going on with people, and it's hard to capture like everyone's individual lives. It seems like while incorporating everyone together, feel like that's been the hardest struggle. I'm just so thankful. I'm not a reality. Television producer used to think that would be my dream job. And now it I actually feel like these people are cursed. It's like it looks like an actual nightmare. So if you're thinking, oh, love to work in reality TV I'm maybe rethink that defend on people stated. Scripted content. Also, I do not envy any network executives. I used to also dreamlike Ella love to rent run a network. No, I don't want to run anything, but Pratt, daddy, crystals dot com. Yes, there you go out at of the day. Yeah, so it's definitely very challenging to balance when you're like friendly with people, but not friends with people like there's just a lot going on. I'm sure people the point cameras at me, expect the same. How do I say this turn up the same, say via look a little bit like a lunatic in the past but energy? Yeah. Hi. Franc crazy energy. But at that time I was getting paid millions of dollars. I just had a different energy. It's hard to have that same energy when your main income is from selling crystals, and it's just a different frequency. When you are worrying about rose courts and Coon Zaid and you know, Chinese flora like versus like sending people to go get your petty cash from the Bank. So you can go to or Mezin buy a new suit that you'll never wear. So I just, I don't know, and I feel like there's expectation. I will. This is this isn't you? You're not being you. I know this is all just what I feel, obviously, and it's very emotionally draining because I obviously want to make everyone happy, but I'm definitely don't want to be somebody I'm not. And I'm just worry that the real Spencer is just maybe too boring for TV think boring is neces-. -sarily the word I would say, evolved, you know, you're just not the sad. You're not the same person that you were. You're not a twenty year old who can bicker over silly things. You know, you're an adult, your husband, your father, or your business man. You've made mistakes in the past some reality TV that you're not willing to make again, you know, for no reason and don't wanna be portrayed as the same person because you're not the same person. So thankfully you have grown and evolved and we both have and that may or may not fit what other people's vision is, but it may so we don't really know. It's hard to tell what. Is going on with everyone else to. So I'll be very interested to see how everything comes together. Yeah, it's definitely different. Definitely different with governor and everything we're doing. You know, there's like lots of cast things that I can't go to all the time because it's been a big deal. That's everybody knows who listens to this for me to leave. Goner environmentalist knows. It's hard for me to leave goner, but I have and has been good. I had really. I had fun on our delegate with me Barton, ended up being a just triple date, and that was fun going out. And I've had funding some other things not a spoiler alert their pop Rossi took that foot us. So you know that's out there. We're not like leaking information. Yeah. So that was fun. And it has been fun to kinda have guide us this to nudge me forward and to continue to move on. And at the same time I want my boundaries. So not going to give up being an at home mom with Gunnar because that's my main joy in focus. But I would like to be able to. Of have a little more separation for his growth Migros but really big breaking news for me this week personally, I weaned garner from breastfeeding at night, which I didn't think was possible. So I haven't fed him in five nights. I'm still up every hour two hours because he's just learning to fall back sleep by himself, and thankfully is falling asleep quickly backed by himself. And so the next move is to get him in his crib. And then hopefully I'll be able to sleep, but that's a big deal because I thought it was going to be feeding him. My goal is after Christmas wanna stop breastfeeding. And I was like, well, if I don't stop at night, that's never going to happen. So anyways, miracles for me. Very exciting. Did you ever think that would happen? Spencer actually, no. I definitely thought gunner would be like talking like more milk mommy in bed. I was going to get real, not weird if somebody does that. I'm not. Judging you, but. I just feel like an experience was going to happen. 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She should be her officially check out the Perez Hilton podcast every week on podcast one or wherever you listen to podcasts Alexei isn't the only one with breaking news, make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute. We took asleep turn and not last night where the day before, but previously he's left five hours straight which he hasn't done since he's been born and our back to every hour to him moving a lot. So I'm trying, no refigure that out. But anyways, got big deal for me might go to mom group today, and if any of you guys know of a good crib, trying to figure out what I wish they had those ones out lowered still because then I could like slide him in there, but I don't know how because when I put him down, he wakes up. So going to have to figure that out any mom tips out there, please let me know. Also, I've been doing these really fun time capsules. What are they called time lapse time lapse. On Instagram with my hair and makeup. So if you guys everyone check that out on TV Heidi Pratt, IT TV doing little makeup time ops, which has been fun with us Stella who is actually wanna gunners godmother's and with crystal, and that is her name to. She just fits in daddy really well. So anyway, those have been really fun and it has been fun to kind of get hair and make up a few times a week more than that is not too much fun because then I'm like, where's gutter or should be playing with gonna right now. But in thread in front of me and I had a total meltdown on Abby. I don't know if I said this poor babysitter as I wanna hire her, I got, I was like crying because thought it was just having to leave gun or too much. And I didn't mean her. I just meant in general, I didn't think I was going to get a nanny and it's been very emotional for me to like leave so much. So she looked at me like, oh, this lady. So anyways. IBM massage this week to kind of make everything like, all right. You deserve a frigging massage. So and she's carrying gun around all the time which I understand how hard that is. She's probably like when I babysat other kids or is their system, I put them in a stroller, doesn't like a stroller. Okay. But so I think she's gonna dot quit this week because you've got a massage, but I love her. Actually. She's one of my favorite people on really sweet in grade and. Awesome sends and there's no more happy. Well, we decided that Pratt, daddy's gonna continue paying for Abby, right? Yeah. Okay. Eat anything else from the start. You really don't one more belt. Okay. That's a compromise for Christmas. You can get Wilmer about waned whole Christmas. Yeah, you are. You definitely are weird on a budget over here, but I these rain in because we are moving to crested Butte Colorado in getting out of LA life. Yeah, that's right. And you know what? We need a Gucci belt in the mountains. We need sorelle. Mean are derricks. No, you would never. I don't think you'd be happy. There will dove. I clearly don't make any decisions around here. So you make so many all my gosh. You sell by me. So you're so Gary. So. Defy. I can't even recall the last two seasons admit always ask you and you just you have your own. Okay. Well, I kind of doesn't like that. So it's too late for her. Oh, well, schedule is a whole different thing. Heidi said, I couldn't go out to dinner with Brody and Brandon. Never even asked me will go to dinner now at ten o'clock. Now. Oh, I didn't need to. I know what my rules and side and get to go eat a three dinner at catch for all famous people go and starving, and I come home and no food, and I look in the fridge and like, oh, there's a little soup left hand. You know, I'm all about soup live and eat that, and I I can survive. And in the morning, Heidi goes, where's jenner's soup? Well, there's nothing for me to eat last night and she has. You ate his soup. Oh my God. To go to bed hungry. Oh, on a different note though. BT they'll backstory, we had Kristen Cavaliers star Shannon on our podcast, and we just finally watched the finales and I'm not sure Shannon is going to be coming back in season two. And I'm sure Kristen is not happy now that we had Shannon on our podcast now that they beefed out in season one, but we didn't know they had a falling out and it really doesn't look like they had full fallout. It just looked like Channon was crying and she messed up the newsletter and Kristen was really upset about it. So I would love to get Kristen back on the podcast to promote season two. I don't know if she'll come back on and I want to hear all about that. Vive our love, love it a little juice. That's definitely one of my favorite shows. I just hope next season they show more Kristen's life. No, I hope they are Jay Cutler's life. Not really. She doesn't go hang out with the the deer and the yard. It seems like he makes a lot of decisions to like when they move where getting a new mansion. Okay. Please. I wish those are the decisions you made for us. Okay. I've decided we are upgrading to a new mansion and we are going to have goats and chickens. Yes. Brandon Lee, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, I think we addressed it in last Monday's episode, but it wasn't for sure. But now I think it is one hundred percent because it's on MTV's Instagram that he is joined the cast of the hills, which I've ING is great. I hope these twenty two year old players bring some of that fun, fun, fun action that people want out of the hills. Yeah, I think he would be a great contribution. I think he's brody's friend and that he knows him well. And if he could have some fresh young blood and it seems like he is a model and walk still chink, Bonna needs like really high end brands and also as dating famous piper model, Andy had a lot of. Hardship or draw whatever it would be with his dad. Recently, I feel like that's heavy a lot going on. I think his mom is in Paris or Pamela Anderson has left the country. So hopefully we'll get her back. That'd be really fun to meet her for cameo or maybe we could all go to wherever she is. Yeah, I would love to go hang out with him. Lynton on links. She's dating some really rich football or in Europe and hang out on some yachts. I definitely don't want to go anywhere near his dad. Tommy Lee who feeds hummingbirds red nectar and then argues with people on social media about how it doesn't affect hummingbirds when all the experts in rehab, there's no it does and Stella, my makeup artists and gunners godmother knows his girlfriend. I do think we should get his girlfriend on the show for draw because I know that Brandon and the girlfriend do not get along for. I don't know that. I think I think I've heard that allegedly read that in the TMZ post. I am thanks to my new ten o'clock curfew. I am very behind. It might tabloids like it's embarrassing. I feel like I don't even know anybody. Personal life. That's a celebrity anymore, avid. Even though it's who's best dressed. I even know what's hot picks. I don't know what what stars are just like us this week. ID love. He'd be up later. Why don't you do it throughout the day? Like nap naptime or in the morning or an afternoon. If there's other times he can do it not just one hour late. Well, I usually like to read tablets after a bottle of red wine or white wine or glasses. Tequila. Six. PM seven PM APM. You could do it right after dinner or. I can just do it in the daytime. I probably enjoy military. I love you holding the microphone. Hello. We are live like cats are like pointed in his face. That's really funny. Also, I did a daddy photo, shoot this week. Yes, she did. She did on calling on my number one influence. I'm currently wearing cluster number ten, check it out. Thank you. 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So we really appreciate that over here. This podcast gunners sleep pattern because I like the head is all we talk about is saying about other things. I think we should just rename it that. So people know exactly what they're getting checking in everybody where maybe taking to sleep turn. I took one. Also our ten year wedding anniversaries coming up. We have been married for ten years, and we're going to route a new, our vows on mount crested Butte our future home area, or we're gonna live forever. Yeah, went that be so plan. All the kids can just run around the town, go skiing, and we're gonna pro skier snowboarder. No money in skiing snowboarding, and they're not even allowed to because they'll be doing real sports where they get millions and if they injured doing the little fun activity, I would be very bad for business. Sorry. Nope, her son is going to be playing baseball. And who makes the decisions around here? Did you hear that people that was very serious new, so. Okay, we hear you Prodi. And did I mentioned in the last week podcast that I'm going to start taking dance lessons so that I can step up my social media. And I've even, I don't think he realizes it, but I guess I inspired Omar also to take dance lessons. We should probably just go together, but he's going to he's doing salsa and what else these tonight. So, but he's done really doing it. So maybe Horie inspired you to like actually go to the class. That will be so funny. I could do it with you, and I've got her in the backpack. I'm going like have real serious class like professionals. I danced for years by the way, took ballet hip hop tap. Pumper as the fire station? Yeah, right. You pointed out a million times. I know I just dance there and when we are in Christ feet last hence, little girl goes, I the public. That was me. I little life how cute superheroes. So anyways, we are going to renew our wedding vows, and that's really amazing. We've any other for twelve years. Is so no matter what anyone says, no matter how anything's ever feed we. Yeah, we are very happy and have a great live in what you ever see planning on having more children. That's how in love and great. Our lives are not like one and done. So there is no division here. We just talk things through like mature adults, we don't even fight. No, we don't. So if it looks like we fight ever don't believe it called disagreements. It's okay to disagree and fight healthy. You know the right word. Yeah. So it's it's important to be able to talk through your issues. Ocean, right? We are good communicators. We've had lots of therapeutic shows and lots of. A lot of challenges. Marriage bootcam- two weeks of just marriage stuff. Exactly what he said. It is searched fight in Oxford dictionary. We definitely don't fight like Nope, not even wrong word. We don't fight over here. You can tell you seem a little drained in in this podcast. This filming six days a week for a reality show is something we've never done with a with a baby or be like last time we did the hills. We would feel like a scene. I swear fell like one seen every well, like three day to seems of week home might end Zoe gives always film now it's like two or three a day. So this is a good podcast. If you want to listen to it before you go to bed, I wouldn't recommend like do this on the treadmill. Yeah, or not like about by. About nap time podcast, but I also haven't slept in a year. Wait, we for Heidi, hasn't slept to our new listener. I am tired. I if I'm having meltdowns that's because I'm tired. Well, halloween's coming. I don't know. I'm trying to narrow down our costumes. Somebody suggested Goldilocks and the three bears that was really cute. I was stella's suggestion big thing for my world our world. Now that is taking over as CEO. We had the number one defensive player in the NBA who signed like one hundred and twenty million dollar contract, aka he can wear anything. He wants posted on his Instagram. This is Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz, a photo of him, walking into the locker room into some designer, sue Louis, Vitton, Bill perfect hair perfect shave, and he's rocking a Pratt, daddy crystals amethyst banger in the photo that was a huge look for the Browns. So how'd he's not here? Let's just talk about what an incredible. Special human. She really is because I am physically and emotionally drained, just watching her life being a mother, and it is unbelievable. And I am so thankful for her and she is such a blessing and I'm just, yeah, I could cry really if I had any energy to cry. Mea shout out to you, MAs out there, give yourself a couple pats on the back because you are awesome. Okay, you mom, this is cute. I wish Hugo's watch her. Just rocking them up. He's not feeling it though. He's like me allow mom up. Yeah, he's going to get up in pop culture from skimming the internet. Yeah, we talked about Arianna Grandes divorce or break up, and she was shopping at the Chanel store looking. Super fabulous. I love when rich people go shopping. That's what they should do. What else? Haley, Baldwin, and Justin, I read that Hailey. Baldwin has filed a trademark to be Haley Bieber which why smart? Yes. We gotta start getting Stephen bald on some of those checks because he saved man, Costa Rican river. What else? There's a big fight in the first Laker game. That's our sports catch up for the podcasts. Yeah, I don't know. Allegedly somebody spit and somebody. It's like you guys all make millions of dollars and shoving, but nanna gonna lose like nine hundred grand spend. A three fights probably should be more mature athletes in in my humble opinion. So Steve are produced very, and obviously the wizard of Oz, for the podcast just said, what happened was Stephen Baldwin? Save me in a Costa Rican river. Save me from the devil we were on. I'm a celebrity. Get me out of here in the jungle. Stephen Baldwin is a preacher and he baptized me in Costa Rican river and ever since I've just been alive with the Holy Spirit. So I'm very thankful for that. And that's why I'm so happy that he was blessed enough to be part of the Bieber. Franchise. He deserves to be flying around in private jets and preaching. I hope hope Justin sponsors the the church think he should open a church for Mr. Baldwin, but that's the whole long story. But if you're bored, you could definitely YouTube Spencer Pratt saved by. I don't know what it is, but yeah, and don't watch anything else because I think the the nurse in the tent on the show is giving me the wrong medication in the jungle. So my behavior is explained by that can't further elaborate because think I was paid off to to not discuss how they dosed me, but it's okay. It's okay. So k. the log starry legally get tell it. 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And when I went in there, I did my normal Taylor swift look at, you made me do dance, and I looked over my shoulder and I saw Omar with professional dancing moves, and I was like, oh my gosh, I'm always gonna come. And then one day I asked him, do you, what do you want to listen to when you make coffee? And he said, j Galvin and that's when he bought brought reggae tone in my life. You don't know it reggae tone is he can explain it further, but here's Omar. He just tell a little bit about himself because I know he's a big star now and you know, MTV's just can't take the cameras off them. Well, Hello again, since. We talked about Jay Baldwin last time. Yeah. So I spent three side I, we met each other through the coffee shop. And then what was it June of this year? You inform me on. I relieve in the everywhere. You now we've talked about the conspiracy stole Amar from the copy shop. Yeah. So I, I was leaving the coffee shop, and I told Spencer because obviously Spencer with my regular, so I had to let him nor was leaving, and he was like, welcome worked for me for dotty. Crystals like. I had to take the opportunity, you know. So the rest has been history of been here for almost four months now, so crazy to think about on. It's the companies just growing more and more and I'm sure once the show airs it's gonna get crazy in here. Well, the goal actually is to turn the house into the product crystals like I wanted to have it. No, I got on him wanna live here anymore. I wanted to be like Omar's house running the show from here and goal is to be in a mansion down the street. So yes, that's perfect case scenario. Yeah, but a little bit about myself. I love dancing. That's what got Spencer to snap me. So I'm actually taking some dance classes starting today, which is super exciting. Are you nervous? I wouldn't say nervous. I'm excited more than anything to brush up my skills in toward. It out. Yeah, because you just did a throwback from two thousand six. And I feel like you were turn up in two thousand six. I don't know if it was where you were going to call it, or I was like, whoa, maybe more Expresso I feel like we need to bring that back. I know it was I it was probably like a mixture of things being in college. I was in San Francisco having the time of my life. Yano, but I'm super excited to get back into dancing and I have actually wanna make my way until like ballroom dancing do some samba. I mean, the goal is after the hills air is you're gonna be so famous that you are going to be on dancing with the stars. That'd be amazing. That'd be so much fun. We should do something like dance classes together. That would be, oh, we're definitely gonna do it Bob glass together. 'cause Patrick from the gym, I'm going to, I think it's like millennium. We are one of those top. Oh yeah, we got a turn up at like, let's up near. Go baby. Knew he wanted to be on the podcast. Here. He wait. You'll barking in the recording studio. Wait. So Omar's also a reality TV expert. And I. Honor yet. Everyone wants to talk to. You got her goes like thirty minute nap. Say hi, say high, they hi. Silla catch us up 'cause we never missed one house as a armies, and I brought my now brought me now we're going to do Orange County, the seventy. Yeah. So Orange County is now like halfway through the season. And I mean, it's been pretty uneventful to be honest, but there's still some like crazy drama that's about to happen. So they just went to Jamaica and Shannon and tamra, Tamara's friendship is a little bit like on the rock because of Shannon's divorce. So it'll be interesting to see how the dynamic changes after this Jamaica trip because they're going to go after each other. And are tamra is going to go after Shannon a little bit. So it'll be interesting to see how that affects their relationship in. Then Shannon is also been super weird with Gina and Emily, those are the two new housewives on through new house. Good. Emily is not my favorite. She's from the OC and his Mary ta a Mormon guy from Utah and Gina is from jersey. I love Gina, Heidi. We need to. Why did you say that camera and Shannon or Fronton anymore note, they're, they're gonna. There's like a little drama happening between them about. So Shannon has been really unsupportive of tamra and Eddie at ease going through some lake heart issues in Shannon hasn't really been reaching out to tamra why crazy. I felt like those were the close it. Yeah, they really were. And then Shannon twinkie the boards and Tim has been there for her. So tim'rous kinda like what's going on like I'm there for you, but you can't be there for me while in one's like life or death, young. You're going to be okay. Yeah, he's hard. I think it's called like h will fit the relation and it's been going on for some time now and he's hot to go through some major heart procedures which are crazy. So yeah, but Gina, she's a New Jersey housewife in the OC. Yeah, we're breaking borders here. Yeah, it's so crazy. And she's like, honestly, the most lovable how swipe at the moment I can think of or the whole branch offices or just for OC for. Wants to hold the mic. So. See out. We're going to start watching how size with Omar, and we're going to do what's that called when you watch stuff, and then. No. Watch the shell had been reaction videos. Yeah, we should. Reaction do. And then they're also they're filming Beverly Hills at the moment, and there is like some major drama going or what. I've never related so much silly savannah pump because if there's people that like aren't in your real life and like I get what she. I think that's her issue because there's people that like she wouldn't doesn't wanna even affiliate with. And that's the hard balance of these castes reality shows like the cast really should all be friends or really should want to be around each other. 'cause then it's not really a reality show. It's more like a social experiment. Yeah. And I think they're also like all coming for her because law season it was just very, like uneventful as a season. Nothing really went on. So I think they were told to step it up and they're all coming for Lisa Vander pump, and she's not having it whatsoever. Has there just from what you've read or your? So like this weekend, Camille grammer got married in Hawaii and then they were law? Yeah, at least it didn't go. They were all there and then Lisa posted, I think it was yesterday on her Instagram. It said something like, let's concentrate on them. Portent stuff go dodgers. So she was throwing some shade to communicate to everybody being commuted wedding, and it was like more important for the dodgers. You gonna is maybe going to be a future famous podcasts or if I wish our listeners could see how much he wants to talk into the mic. Yeah, babies there. We need to rename this podcast. It should be called goners life where just living in it. Yep. Okay. I'll sit closer to you. I'll sit closer. Everybody get ready for the multivitamin. You've been waiting for my vitamins. It's layered with chocolate caramel and peanuts when I got it in the mail, I actually thought I might have ordered the wrong thing and it tastes so good. It was hard to believe it's a multivitamin, but that's the great news. Even picky eaters will go nuts for these yummy multivitamins. It was developed by the same people who created the first gummy vitamins, twenty eight years ago, genius, obviously. And now they're back in ready to change the way your family takes vitamin. So my bike kids is a complete multivitamin and a delicious treat filled with everything kids needs. 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He doesn't want to sit in there. This is as real as it gets listeners if you're still listening. Thank you. Yeah. Well. Yep, I need a nap. I don't know how my wife does it. I needed a bottle of white wine and adapt. Yeah, actually I need a peanut Collado and a beach. And yes, yes, no. I would not take vacation. I don't mind eating alone. It's just. I think it's silly when we like pack up and go out to dinner. Like let's all God's dinner. And then you just walk away and I'm just sitting there. That's what I don't like to buy had the up. We're gonna make sour dough tow scanners. Favorite? Just like his mom. But yeah, Omar's. Right. A lot of drama going down in Beverly Hills. And do you watch below deck Omar. You gotta have that to the playlist. That's that's a good one. Yeah. The dodgers made the World Series. I even Twitter that I cared per second. But no, I do care because goner is going to be a pro baseball player left handed specialist pitcher, very chill job. It seems like if he wants to be obviously. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Omar said registered a vote. Sure. Gunners gonna be so fun on the way to the voting polls in the car. One of our dogs is going to go to the vet today, Scott, some some back problems, hopefully get them a dog acupuncturist, hide as got lots of say, always. No, I don't. I'm thinking because I have to play at and what we do in schedule things out with our life. So that's why you say, make all the calls with the schedule because I have nailed it went to nose gunners schedule or how to like even remotely work. It can trying to be bossy her safety trying to be bossy. You've just you project that not. I got her. I'm not by tell your father, are we prepared for an earthquake? I thinking that. So I think we should move huge fires in California. There's only been like two fires in twenty years in Colorado in the big ones. But I was thinking about earthquakes earlier because we don't have enough dog food. We don't have enough Gunnar food. We don't have enough water like we are definitely not prepared at all. Now and scary. Very, very scary. These natural disasters? Yes. So. Your heart, right? But nobody cares what's all by hard. Oh, something exciting. Predator crystals is having a event and Morgan sane is gonna perform their John. It's going to be open to the public. It could be, I don't know who would be at our door is MacKenzie here. Somebody's edited are hold on standby this riveting podcast, the males at the house got Omar. Do you have anything for the mail eighty. One second. Maybe give her one of the new bracelets to we're now bribing the male people with crystals to keep coming to the house for pickups. Will gunner what's up. We don't know what to be for how we are costumes. Don't hide. He's not here, so she doesn't. She won't hear this. I think our costumes thing are custom costumes suck. Oh, I have packages. Oh my gosh. This is my clothes from Japan. Looks like it's one outfit. Thank you. I'm not complaining. I think our said our of its back. Doc or costumes. You don't like our costumes. Let's be something else then. No house. Goldilocks in theory bears cute. Great. Who are the three bears honor and then hell of a teddy bear and your Goldilocks? Obviously. I did want to be an animal. I thought he looks so cute as little animal. Oh, thank God sh- please, this is a famous podcast bark during it. We have four dogs for sale. To buy one then? Yeah. So they're really well behaved on their own. So Christmas in ready for Christmas here we decided not to go to Aspen because it would cost a lot. And we don't want to fly back and forth because we're already going to be there for our wedding, renewal of the house, and I'm trying to stay there, but I don't know if that's going to work. So we will see we'll see what the new year has to bring. But I'm so excited for the holidays. This is going to be so fun is gonna need to put a fence around our Christmas tree because what people do it babies who are just gonna wanna pull the ornaments off and the lights. And so I think that I need to get a little Christmas gate, but I'm ready for Christmas. Let me tell you what I'm excited because it's going to be the first time in twelve years with Heidi that we're going to have colored lights on the Christmas tree because she's realizing Gunnar likes colors, not just white lights. I understand Heidi thinks that white lights are more. I don't understand she classic and beautiful and light up the ornaments better. We haven't decided, I said, yeah. No way he would like rainbow colored lice more than white lights Talyor her. Some toes can some toast. Bert, the toast. She burned the toast just wasting Sourdot on a different note. The hardest part about doing hills is we're not allowed to do any social media, and I feel like that's a huge. Obviously. They're smarter than me and their executives, and this is their career, but I don't know. I just feel like maybe a limited amount, but the no social media for somebody who films himself all day long is really, it's affecting me. It is. I agree. I feel like an organic, I'm out of social media would be a good idea and keep people excited, and I don't know. So like I, like you said, I don't know better either, but it definitely seems like some would be a good idea. There's nothing that could give away just a photo or or things like that. Yeah, or I mean, I just wanted to lease nap the crew and the camera gear. And just like remind people it's coming because people have very short. Attention man. And by the time this a feel like we're kind of lost all that I excite mate because we. Yep. Even ESPN is doing a spoof of LeBron jeans. So that was funny. So ESPN did their own hills. Version of the Lakers all coming into town with unwritten was very, very original, very cool. And my mom texted me. She's like, wow, that's so exciting. So I'm just even watch TV. I felt like that was a really big deal. I would just recommend anybody thinking about getting a dog. This really think about it. It's it's a lot work. And if you're thinking about getting four dogs who I would just tell you don't do that. Yeah, unless you are gonna stop and save four dogs lives than sorry, but definitely ever go by dogs like like, save dogs, if you know, but. Dogs ever. So anyways, we've had luckily on here, I feel like we've had a million people in our house every day, which is so funny because Spencer now we're talking the other day that we used to not even like technicians coming into house or anyone. And now we have a whole Pratt, daddy headquarters in full swing all day. We have abbey here. We have hair and make a, we have like a whole crew of people going on in. Actually it's fun. So never thought it would be so fun especially with Omar, and it's great energy and MacKenzie comes in and Carlo comes in. I feel like we don't really live in a house anymore. I feel like we live on a set or job site. I was telling them are that goes by the time, the hills areas for us to move out and everyone to stay here running operation in us to live in a mansion down the street. A really nice area to picked one out. Okay. Well, I had a dream that happened well, I had a dream. That's where it all starts says. If people you just have a dream and it can grow. Well, I think that's it for make Spidey famous again, thank you is this is our fortieth episode. Lots going on that we can't really get into that. That is maybe showing our energy levels. We're very emotionally Jane. We're, yeah. Here, it's very legally bound not be able to tell you everything we wanted to tell you and it's really hard. 'cause. It's just I just want to vent so badly. 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And the charmed ones will fight evil and protect the innocent starring Madeleine man talk. Sarah, Jeffrey m Melanie Diaz all new episodes, Sundays. Nine eight central after supergirl only on the CW. At a year year. Okay. Welcome to episode of makes lady this again, and we are podcasting from home because miracle toddler is sleeping. So we decided to be here. So Hello, we have a lot going on this week. We're down in Orange County. Actually. We're down in Laguna beach. Let's look into beach. Our hometown, we own Laguna beach is harsh, staying the one, and only Paul montage, does I wanted it as fast for it? If you listen to last week's episode, we had MJ who was a fricking star, but she created so Gerard by the press here I gotta find it on Google alerts here. How do you hold on? Yes. So there is a lot of drama. I feel like our podcast has had a lot of drama and it hasn't really been about us a lot of it. But yeah, so anyways, I wanted to make it clear and I always said I was akin zone. Jack man. I definitely didn't say anything negative about her, but anyways, Bravo drama lock going on there. So Spencer's finding that we are down in Laguna beach with some fellow cast members this week. So that was crazy. We stayed separately because I've got her. And I think a lot of people didn't bring kids, but ended up thank God. We stayed at different hotels. The other one was really loud and I would have been a craziest, cranky, mom ever weekend my baby. Oh my gosh. You can't even imagine here. He wakes up enough as it is. But yeah, I'm having a really hard time, obviously, filming and balancing leaving Gunnar, which I think is really good for me. And I know it's good for him, and I feel like it's kind of God's favored timing for us to be able to do that. And I need to make sure I'm not putting like my emotions on Gunnar, which is really challenging, but haven't left him in a year. Now, all of a sudden leaving him has been really hard. It's really hard for me to do that. I just I want to be with them all the time and I know it's it's good for both of us, but it's really challenging to to do that. So I'm working on that. And I think hopefully it will get easier and easier. But I did have fun when I left and got out of the house in Hudson, fun time with Spencer we went to a gentlemen's club and that was really fun and short because my okay, we gotta go. But we are. There for a few minutes. So it's loose for five minutes and run back to to governor. But the traffic was crazy that drive to up most of the time. So it's fun. And once I go there and I'm trying once I leave to not just be like worrying and stressing about it. So kudos and props, all you moms and dads and hard workers out there. And it just it's really challenging being a mom and balancing that, and I'm just a different person and I can't go back and be the save. And I know a lot of people it's fun for them to leave to, and I think that's great. So whatever works for you. I'm not saying anything negative about anyone. But for me, personally, having a really hard time and I'm supposed to go on a double date this week, and I don't want to leave your like cry to about it, but he the expense. A definitely, oh, first off in the address, some people who DM me. Awesome. Listeners care about our podcast, but they're saying already forgot what you said, sorry, that memory, but it was so that about like Heidi should support you going out for the show. She does. She doesn't care. It's about her sleeping. If she's slept, she wouldn't care. So it's not anything about there's no trust issues, blah, blah, blah. It's just that that's her window sleep, but we've figured out that now if I come in after two o'clock. She gets her sleep. So I'm just gonna come in at two thirty AM but I found me should've seen Heidi's shit as the ninety say's. So ready last week MJ from Shah's sons. It was on the podcast and she said about hymns of, here's what bothers me about Kim. She's could not showing her life and she's still kind of tries to get away with it. Like having her husband parked outside every time she shooting, it's stupid. Kim responded tweeted. She tweeted never met this woman in my life. On real house is Atlanta's, sweetie. I was a friend last season, so Hugh are going to see my life. That's what season seven of don't be tardy is for what bad things, sweetie. Never done a drug in my life. Never been arrested, etc. Need press Honey. Kim's daughter don't be tardy coast are Brielle Berman chimed in with. I literally had to Google who this woman was because I've never heard of her ha ha ha. Well, zodiacs and Berman's. Let me tell you. I don't think she meant to come off rude. It may have come that way and the podcast, but I think MJ was just saying, yeah, she was confused. She wanted more your life and I guess she didn't realize that was on your off. So I said, yeah, he put it on the spinoff if you could. I love that show. And when I had time to watch it, I always watched it. So that's what I said. I don't. I don't think she had seen spin. Often. She agreed said she decided seeing that. I will say though, because I feel like I get this not anymore. Now that relevant and petits again a phrase, but I do not like when people say I literally had to Google this person. Sorry, Brielle that's something that is just not the best disc because I'm sure there's a few people that will probably have to Google you also. So I wouldn't throw those rocks in a glass house. I'm a huge Brielle fan. I obviously know who you are, but the whole like Google people or you're not relevant. I don't like those. This is because everyone is entitled to their own opinions about people, especially if you're on a television show and your fan and you watch it. So in the future, I would just advise to this, you know, move away from the whole. I don't know who you are. So that means your opinion, doesn't matter. That's not sure. Actually. A little sensitive towards that dis. Yes, I, I've definitely been at the other end of that diss and guess what? I'm all over Google. So haters. So Spencer's in ages p about that comment. Definitely everyone get Google. Everyone becomes a relevant and rewrote. Yeah, no, it's just I don't like that whole like, oh, you're not relevant. Everyone is relevant. Remember that? Okay, people is irrelevant. I wo- is this Khadijeh west next to me. Speaking of if you missed it, I'm not a huge Saturday Night, Live and Heidi grew up watching it. So she is, I don't. But I will say I laughed so hard as when Saturday Night Live did Kanye west in Oval Office and reenacted it. I thought they were like making all of it up because it sounded so wild. So then we hiding, I watched the full KANU has in the Oval Office full tape on YouTube and they didn't make it up. He really did talk about how he was in alternate universes and the thirteenth amendments trap door. I mean, it was so wild and I don't even know if he's trolling and he's just doing this to get press or if he's really like this, I think last week I said he quit social media. He's back on social media and and you're like, who cares? Spencer I care is this is t- swish former nemesis. Like to follow what is going on in his life with Kim k. So there you go. He's back on Twitter. He said that he talked to Jack at Twitter and they're going to get rid of. You can choose to get rid of likes and followers, which I still find so entertaining because I really believe if he got more than like twenty thousand likes or whatever he would never ask to have that taken away. But okay, there is our con- Yay, Kim update the pop culture. Segment of the podcast. Let me hit you. Some Heidi is surprised. I was so excited. She's like, you thought he was funny. Yes, but I didn't think he was good for Arianna grounda who I'm now a fan of which I used to not be life is so Arianna GRANDE day and Pete Davidson Wadden like his joke. He made about hiding her birth control and replacing it take tax. I didn't think that was funny. I felt like it was at the expense of our Anna Grandi with everything going on in culture. Don't think we should be, you know, joking about that. I didn't like that at all. Oh, but anyway. Oh, yeah, but no matter what. I don't understand why you're a big Arianna 'Grande fan. Now, new album is so okay. Well, you didn't. She calls the paparazzi, so if you call it overhauled, see, I love you. What's dory. Oh, yeah. We have been informed by paparazzi that she does well, maybe not her, but her people could off her. She takes the Bob rod. I think he showed me the techs allegedly. He showed me the tax. So Arianna Gandhi caused the paparazzi just like Spidey and that makes me appreciate her so much. 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I think she's nice, but obnoxious and annoying checkout the Perez Hilton podcast with Chris Booker each week to get your fill on the latest news in show business and beyond and nothing is off the table. I think he should take her last name when they get married. He's already her. She should be her to Bishop. Check out the Perez Hilton podcast every week on podcast one or wherever you listen to podcasts. Alexa isn't the only one with breaking news, make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute. So, yeah, it was very proud of Heidi. I kinda messed up by telling her to meet us at the gentlemen, Scott. They were non nude by the way. Let's clarify. This was actually a bar there were in bikinis freely, so I don't know how we keep on a gentleman's club. No, nudity. There's as Heidi would say there's girls naked it in the clubs, sexist to call it a gentleman's club. What about a ladies club? Like, why did you go? Wow, rebrand? Yeah, that's so weird. It's a gender, fluid glow, right? It's not like men only are allowed. So I really liked that whole gentlemen. I've been saying that on the show I, I'm shook right now. Yeah, I just thought about that. Like, wait a minute and a lot of females. Amber rose. Just had the slow walk. We should have our own walk to end. Yeah, the strict gender fluid strip walk, and those women are athletes that is very challenging. I tried to. Get on a pole once at my own home, Lauren ice to have unconcerned gifted one, and it's very challenging to do that. So it's impressive. But anyways, your will because I was, I guess, twenty minutes away is what I was told. It was an hour each way. So Heidi ended up not. She had mentally prepared for being gone. Probably one hour and somehow was gone almost three hours. And she was a wreck. Yeah, that was too long. And especially as long as they ever left him and then the traffic and feeling like it was getting shut down. And thankfully gunner had Stella. His godmother and my makeup artist and. Abby and crystal. She's blacking out. Again, she's blacking. So thankfully, you know, they did a great job, but that was a little too long for me. And then I had to leave him again later that night. So I think it is good, but doesn't make any less challenging. But I want what's best for honor. And I feel like it is better for Gunnar at this point for me to have a little separation from him so he can learn on his own coping skills and stuff. So does it sound like we went to their piss since last episode? I, I sound shh. Oh, my gosh. Oh my gosh. Oh, my Dali is trying to wake up miracle toddler. Yeah, no, he didn't go to therapists, Heidi talked to her mom who is at they're pissed and they have come to the conclusion that it's really good or it's really good for Heidi and Ganor. Let's just say this season of the hills is going to be very drama filled. This is a very or lit way Marlet. I don't know if I didn't denier actually going to be on this season, the hills. I think I let governor at the hotel. I pretty sure we are not making the cut, which is great news for the fans because that means there's a lot of drama. Frankie Delgado did a great interview. What hide he's leaving us again doing a podcast with Heidi is very. The word frantic. It's very like that. It's definitely not chill. So Frankie Delgado and Thursday night spoke to us weekly and said that I think they're keeping it as real as possible. Speaking about Michel Barton, joining the cast. Here's a Frankie Delgado told us weekly. It's been really good. It's gonna be very dramatic. Again, you're gonna get something different here, seeing a different time of our life. We're married most of us, and most of us have kids. It's not as the same as, hey, let's pick up and go to Vegas like we used to. We can't do that anymore. Oh, right. You says it'll be like housewives meets the hills, casts. Wow, Frankie is selling this show who I'm ready to tune in eggs freaky. Yeah, that sounds very enticing. So Frankie hosue. Affair people him and his wife are really great. So that's the thing too. I really love this cast sitting. It's great cast think everybody volved is gold. So it's a, it's fun to be around them when I am. I'm probably around the least of any member like gotta go with her. Got her number. Not this nut. Okay. Adrain I think actually said it was nice to see you for a few minutes. Nobody sees highly, but governor has also in pop culture. Let's all say a prayer for Selena Gomez who is seeking treatment again and you all know a huge Lena Gomez. Vance breaks my heart, but I guess she tried to leave the hospital and they wouldn't let her and it turned into a big this allegedly, adding. I read this, you never know what you read, but yeah, so let's all stay a quick forever. Selena Gomez. Please help Selena Gomez because we need another. What's that song? I love heart beat. The hard ones. New songs. She's on techy techy Taki Taki. That's the best Bruma. That little edgy for her currently. Socking thumb sucking Dougie ended up go. Yeah, it seems like hide. He hasn't slept. It's because she has a now you guys care so much about Heidi. Sleepy. Literally, last night was up every half an hour, but also I've been keeping them up later for the past two weeks and putting them to bed around Mike ten and we up at eight thirty. So it gets enough sleep and then two hours or two naps in the day. But last night. Oh my gosh, I don't know. And the night before or just up every half an hour. I think he has new teeth land. Any took four steps of some people say to me, like, do even let him walk. It's like, yes, I let him what people say that to me. How might Instagram, like of course him walk, but he's a baby and he can't walk by myself. So I'm gonna put them in a backpack and carry them around or stroll her or something because he can't is strolled on the street by himself. But it sounds crazy, but that's just how babies are so. Really cracked me up when somebody few people say to me, actually it's not just like one Gerson. What do they expect him? He can't walk. I just, I don't. You understand so confused. So I don't know that it's confusing to me and I decided with Abby and having are awesome nanny Ryan slash gunners assistant slash family assistant that I'm just going to relax a little bit more because it's been really stressful for me to like leave him and figure everything out, but who knows how long we even get to have her. So I'm just going to enjoy her while we have her. So that attitude implies the predatory crystals dot com is not gonna make us multimillionaires where we can't afford gunners assistant full-time Palese shift that energy immediately and China's say a positive. I'm just gonna enjoy it while. Why not? Gonna stress about joy forever forever. I have bir- breaking news also to our listeners that hate the beeping notification on our laptop. I just figured it out. So now you're gonna miss it. Now you're gonna be like, it's not even does he feel real anymore. The beeps are God and I am officially the new Pratt. Daddy endorsed influence our number one influence her besides Pradad himself. Yeah, because the thing is I really wanna wear them and they look amazing. And so what I wear them, they just sell the ones off my neck. I'm like what this is. The one I had from alpha is literally going to film. I had this crystal on that much Maho Alvin Omar chased me. I like, wait, we need that back. Just sort of quit mismatches my outfit. I can't take it off right now, but I had to a little emotional speaking about predator crystals. 'cause I ordered, I want to save five thousand ridiculously high end jewelry boxes to get made, and I was supposed to have them this week and they just said maybe by Friday, maybe by Friday. Excuse me. No, no, no. And them yesterday trying to run a fricking empire here. Oh, I want him by speaking of buying and shopping and empires. I got new genes the other day it was very controversial. Heidi was a little concerned about why I would want their designer jeans. They're sold on Melrose. Rose. Heidi is running. Miracle miracle toddler is don't trip. I eighty my jeans. Say sex drive sex sex on one leg and drive on the other. And Heidi doesn't think it's appropriate to have an I said, Heidi. I need people in. No, I have a sex drive. Hello? No. I mean, they're designer jeans. I don't know why the designer picking one of that on there, but Heidi, can you come back? She's standing on a staircase. I hope I hope the reality show films just one scene of Heidi running up and down the stairs. So what's your issue with my new jeans. They say sex on them. First of all, it seems a little inappropriate and racy like you're on around is being a sex display like a little sex mannequin, distant, his little freaky, just have sex written on your leg and this sex drive. Like is that a clue? Light Tempio, six drab I grew six, six out here. My okay. Let's go into the club the other night. Let's take this sex drive down a notch. Everybody knows seems a little thirsty. The sex drive, but I know I know you didn't make them in the dark where you can barely read it. I didn't get the light colored freaky designer Sunday, just brave BJ on. This, I guess a BJ means Brody Jenner. As like, okay, just you know, for of all the genes, but I know they're like really extensive jeans. Actually, anyone Spencer get any genes. Sex drive. No sex drive is like, hey, where your genes like five times you just times we're land by show. Now I got him, came home. My audience looking at me like he world's jeans. Last episode people aren't going to know and you know what? I just don't want to go down that route again, because the first time we did the hills. We spent all our money on designer clothes. I talking talking as buying tuxedos is the first step. This is how it ends. We just by a few pairs of jeans and it's just one Gucci bag. And before you know it, we have zero money and we're like, we're all that go. And then we don't have enough for whatever for so it's like, gosh, fricken Frick. He's just don't want to spend all of our money again. Just don't wanna do it. I see it happening in front of my hat. No, try not even to go to. I'll stay because I don't want to spend that money that I wanna see my dad because he is older and I don't want to miss that time. But it's like, gosh, there's a lot of money too. So just want to save her money and not go down that I don't wanna make the same mistakes again, Spencer before we didn't have rather the crystals make you millions. We're going to. We're relying on reality TV checks. We no longer. We have a business, it's very successful. So very successful people buy jeans that say sex drive and they go to Aspen, but very successful people have money in the Bank. I not spending. Got gotta count. I keep hitting from you. It's got independent money. I am the accountants, so I feel like I check our account every day. We have a good amount, but not enough for dirt nine effort. I buying dirt in crestview and then you can buy all the genes you want, right? We're going to my house. So I, we keep saying dirt. Dirt was cheaper. So just give whatever we could are. We're gonna house in crested Butte. Keep on going down a notch. Right caps on them. We're going to buy a house in crestview and then you can buy all the sex drive. What town to when w. That'd be real nice. And you know, I'm also going to buy a building and I'm going to open my own boutique there. Heidi, Pratt, daddy, crystal boutique. That's he's going to be hot Heidi's. Oh, who's not? Gonna wanna want to shop in. I forget hot topic is going to be hot Heidi's. So what are you going to carry it as impressive you? So if anyone knows me, what am I fear it things in the world eighty. Anyone has me my favorite thing. One of them in the world is t. honestly, nothing makes me feel better than a hot Cup of tea. I start my morning off every morning with it. I'm very particular about my t. though because it's like my one caffeine of the day. It's very important. So that's why I love Harney's team. I actually got a few different kinds so as to try them all, but they are in this gorgeous container, they are the best tasting. 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We did an accident. What time. We're going, we gotta be at all the big events. I even need to get famous as this called makes five famous yet I keep telling expense, I'm mother, your baby's mother, right? Okay. Well, I gotta be hundred, put garnered to bed. I'm sure the party starts at like, eleven. We'll be there when to start. We'll go to Frankie del, got us apart. That's not even later pride club can't won't be going to that either. This is why we're gonna do New Year's in Aspen because you'll end up at some New Year's Eve party. It all set up at home. If we stay here, I wouldn't leave you on New Year's Eve. Who would I get? My first kiss wrote. That whole other. He come home for it. You have to be there know that. But like. Mr. party boy, lots of rain it in here again for those you saying I don't support him going out gal and not all the time. No, I don't. So given that comments yourself or about your marriage, if you or your husband going out every night. Good for you? I don't on being. That's cool. Not into that. It's not what's happening over here. So I understand once in a while, but especially holidays in big events. Nope. So what are you doing rallying. Trick or treat have a nice little family fund. Partying us turned into want to go to a party and you will let me. You just referee in my frigging feathers. Irrational, something kind of your face is just it's worth every comment. My mom left. That was sad. I don't know if I've talked since that. But she's coming back next month and flying her backout here. You're probably right governor has a brand new BMW sitting out front thinks to Shrek his godfather. Okay. Just re repeater. Bird Robb and governor has his one year checkup that we're going to after this. That's exciting. Oh, he lost doctor like his mom is a love the doctor. That was like, what am I favor of places to go? And so is so fun. Candy. Yeah, and I always liked shots. Oh, we were supposed to have Eva Marie which we had to cancel on. So that's coming up soon. We had to reschedule. They've had to film for this show called the hills that we are on. I don't care. You're trying to tell me we're not talk about on it. I was so bummed because I love a marine. I watched every that she was on total divas, and I was very disappointed that we weren't able to have her. So that was displaying. But we do have Michel Barton coming up as guest. What are you going to ask her? I'm going to ask her why she quit. If she did quit and ask her where she met her boyfriend. I'm going to ask her why she decided to. Yeah, I heard she quit like the height or something. I'm gonna ask her surendered only went three seasons. Like so many. Heidi, he's fine. He was waking up. Okay. He's rolling as your some revived few in the take a quick break. Yeah. So her family is from England. It did find that out. I would ask her about that and I'd ask her who are you the most excited to become friends with on the hills? I don't think that's. That'd be me. I saw her out with a drain on Stephanie, so they seem to be the three girls. And I guess I'm not one of the three. Bite it girls night out. They probably knew, I'd say, no, that's probably why. Maybe they went out past eight o'clock and I was able to go. So Yup, Spencer just Wikipedia. Her. What I read in the news, where did I read that? Us weekly says that Pamela Anderson's son is joining the cast of the hills, which I have no idea. I've never met. I I, I know nothing don't Email me anyone. Remember TV I'm just reading what's online. So yeah, that would be interesting to see because I'm a huge Pamela Anderson fan. So I hope she comes with the. Son, I hope we're really casting Pamela Anderson and, oh, she has a son that would be great. I think. Brody and his wife might be the main storyline, at least right now on our show, take what you are going off of what you read online. That's what us magazine. No. Oh, New York. Post said that the it's very Brody Jenner century here. Let me find exactly what you're going off of ICTY. So I read that it's a very Brody Jenner centered storyline right now, and I am excited for that because if that is true, there's a lot of drama surrounding his lifestyle and his wife and what's true or not true. I don't know. I don't. I don't really know them intimately like that. So I'm not sure the exact quote Heidi's going off of it says the insider to page six says, the show is very Brody Jenner Centric the cast is Cirque. Pulling around him and his friends there. That's his wife. I guess. So, yeah, that's very interesting. I can't wait to see how that all unfolds in what is really going on, and maybe we'll never get to the bottom of it, but regardless what he does and his f- is really none of my business, but it is going to be the business of the viewers business, and I want to pull that. Is a lease hair on a Yankee. They mail. So that's that's a hot take right there. And I feel like that was the issue. Some cast members had with Brody. The first round of the hills is they were getting into his business and maybe that caused some drama before and why there was always conflict in. It seems like maybe that might be happening again, hope. So I love conflict when it has nothing to do with me. So it's like. Watch it laugh. I mean, not allow all a everything works out, but yeah, you know, giving every cast member, a daddy crystal before they all sell out our product crystals dot com. Yeah, the hummers lots of good. Oh, great news. When you buy a product shirt on Friday dot com, you now get a free hummingbird hand feeder with your order, which I'm very excited about 'cause it was a lot of work just selling those Sinarmas giving them as gifts with shirt so way because it's a lot of pack them up. It's a lot just for just to hand viewers and now you get a gift. So if you wanted to feed how many birds that is a freaking scoop, you know, we need to get on the podcast Stasi also. So to our team listening, we. Like Stoskopf on the podcasts because she had me on her podcast, and I get a lot of DM's about a great. It was hit. Also bring Abby on the podcasts and ask her, how is it. Abby, you're out running if she's willing Abby quizzed by. So we're going to interview Abby really quickly. I only have a few minutes few minutes before Gunnar wakes up, so this is Abby. Hello? Abby. Tell us how it's going over here for you. Oh, my honestly, honestly, I mean, it's been pretty great. It's been crazy and fun, and exciting and crazy. Yeah, definitely crazy. Gunners like the happiest baby ever which makes my job pretty easy. He's like the sweetest and Heidi and Spencer. Amazing crazy, but amazing. But it makes it fun. And yeah, I mean, I feel like every day's new and exciting and something different and or it's just us going to the park and hanging out. And so it's been fun and exciting. So I one of the hardest Mons you dealt with. Honestly, s on the on, not that it's not hard. Not like I wouldn't say hard or difficult just a year, a good bombing and you're productive, and I kind of came out of nowhere. And so I, it makes sense for sure. But yeah, I've dealt with like every kind of mom. So it's been like from moms literally will just drop off their kids to me and not even know me. And I even wonder like what the heck, like I would never do that. And then obviously the more the extremes of I've had moms that, you know, don't let me even like walk out of the house with them or anything. So it's been on. Extreme I mean, yes, but in good ways, not bad, not like hard and bad ways. So yeah, it seems challenging to be in your position too, because you come from a lot of families. What's more your background for years to hear a? Yeah. So I mean, like I started, I was home schooled my entire life, so it was kinda crazy that my mom one day just told someone like, oh, my daughter can nanny for you, and I was, I think, thirteen years old. So I've started working with kids ever since then and was a dance teacher in worked with kids there. So I've always really worked with kids even when I was remembered ten, like helping in the daycare for my church, and so as always surrounded by kids. And so growing up, my mom just kinda threw me in one day and it was like the baby was two days old and his older brother was one and a half. So I feel like from there I really learned everything about taking care of Kim. In raising him and then just love it from there. And I've dealt with, I've lived with the family with five kids and I've always said like super close with everyone. So, yeah. I mean, I really done at all if so, it's it's definitely, but every time I feel like there's something new and exciting to learn about the families in the kids in there always like unique situations and stuff. Have any your family's contacted you about working here? Yeah. After I think after the first day I'm met you. I texted probably about like four them and it was like, by the way I gave Heidi Pratt, like your numbers or she might be contacting you in all of them were like, what the heck like what is going on. And so I need to call. I didn't call the references haven't had time, like I think it's like past at this point, but I was still like high totally forgot deleted the Texan. I didn't. Yeah. The the one on the black family I started working for, I'm still really, really close with her. So I give like weekly updates about my life and about you guys in the baby and everything. And so she's always, she's always up to date about what's going on. Right? So fun. So what's your alternate goal? Like what's your, right? Gosh. Oh gosh. At the v. What do you do that? I've always, I think, with nannying in 'cause it's always Nanning in assisting. I just love being close in a part of the families and being able to be an assistant to families, whether it's with kids or not. I really love helping people in that way and making people's lives easier. So I see myself always in some way, being some kind of an assistant and then who knows just moved to LA. The goal would be to get into modeling and do that. So that hopefully be somewhere along the lines of modeling, but still starting close with families in the system and doing things like that and seeing where that goes, I guess. And by the way, the some of the girls on hills cast for like, oh my gosh, you've got the hot nanny and they're like, who hired her as I did. It just happened to like divine intervention that she's also a model. So as a gunner needs the best assisted and he just that was God's plan for my don't know. Shocked. Everyone's like, oh my God. Gosh, you did it. I know. I know. I'm like, I'm just here to help. I'm not part of the drama with this. I'm just I'm just gonna assistant. Right. And really all our suspend feel like you've been really helpful, and I'm sure it's really hard dealing with like me and with my separation, anxiety that I have with gunners been really challenging. I feel like if it wasn't you, I, I don't think I would leave all which still so hard for me. Yeah. No, it's. Like I said, it's an adventure, but you're obviously amazing. I think if you're a mean them would be different situation if you were like a mean like, okay. But I think I'm more intense than I've ever been though because I don't sleep in gives you like this weird and then also issues so hard because that's like my heart in my soul, and it's like, I just wanna make sure. Like I said dispenser like awfully to edgy and he's like, I don't know. I don't think so maybe, but it's like, I never mean to come off knowing, I know, but like here, love I know it's out of love. So that's why it's emits nice. It's not fewer ever mean to me, I would probably be really sad and not be doing it, but goners the sweetest. And you guys with the sweetest what makes it so much easier and makes me like excited to come here here that everybody, even though I'm sleep deprived, it's very types. She's excited very told. You. All right. Well, I'm going to have to go because garner is gonna wake up any minute, but I've been excited to have you on the part gas then. You what day it would work out or when. And how is filming and everything for you? Are you okay with it? Yeah, I think it's exciting at, like I said, I just moved here to LA in. It's definitely not what I thought it was going to be. I didn't think I was going to be working for you guys. When I moved here. I didn't think any of this would be just happening right off the bat. So for me, filmings exciting in getting to see all the pine, the scenes in what's going on and how like what really happens and stuff. So it's been, it's definitely been fun indefinitely been adventure, I would say. And how was the montage you guys had the whole pool afternoon? Oh my gosh. That was so fun. We just got to hang out in Gunnar with just the happiest day in we eat. He was eating smashed avocado the whole time and smoothies, and we were playing in the pool and apparently someone thought that I was his mom saw even extinct. I actually think you reminded me of that story. So I had governor in the pool the next day before relieving try to tire. Haiti comes up to me. She's like, who are you? And I'm like, excuse me. Are you his mom or nanny? And I'm like, why is this lady coming up to me? So crazy and I'm like, I'm his mom. She's what you have is nanny here because I saw him with a woman yesterday who looked and acted like his mom, and I was so shocked and offended and happy at the same time because I'm like, I said to her, you know what? Thank you so much because I'm glad that she took such good care of governor that you thought that was his mom. That's such a good thing that she's so loving in grade and this woman's like, yeah, I mean, it was just really see. I'm like an none of your business. Also. Oh, god. I know it was so crazy, but that was the good that came out of it that you are so mazing with goner that she thought you were the mom the now. I mean, I feel like with kids dinner, I'm so over protective of especially for families I work for, they're not. It's not make it, but I'm so over protective anyway. So I mean, I was all like right on top of governor, but in playing with them in the pool instead of so I guess guess it kind makes sense with the blonde haired blue is in the family. 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Ep 40 | 'Joker' Is Trumps Fault!

Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast

50:48 min | 10 months ago

Ep 40 | 'Joker' Is Trumps Fault!

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CNN says the true of peel viewer who said that they thought that I'm not making fun I'm going to actively try to not interrupt you guys I lost my voice Saturday night and I've been recovering from it so this is this is what you get on this episode this is what it sounds like is responsible for the creation of the joker this is going to be a fantastic episode sit back relax and welcome to the newest episode of the Dear America retrieved man in the history of ever occupants Christian Bale I'm just saying and people are up in arms thank you guys for leading me into that Oh i apologize for cutting you off Missouri so I was written to the by invidious in there it is I mean invidious alright lies in its invidious validation of the white male resentment Tom is real I'm starting to wonder if I've done permanent damage to my vocal chords possibly and this is just going to become like my new I swear to you she did number one I'm bothered because I want to know their thoughts and number two I like monotone jake and Sweet Eliza so I super villain in the history of the World Hashtag makes sense to me how delusional do you have to be to say that a fictional character I'm pretty good speaking of Batman all right yes joker came out they said they really valued your opinions and she even said I also Love Your Beautiful Wife Lists is opinion and monotone Jay I'm kind of thing I'm going to make an active effort to not interrupt you tears day because I want you to feel like valued assets of the new joker movie lies in its individuals individuals is that the word I N v I D I o u s oh you are I would appreciate you not interrupting me all right anyway okay moving on no but on the series that helped bring president trump to power I guess about the joker movie yeah so president trump is responsible for the is because of the current president I mean think about that for just a minute it's a fictional it's not real and the movie is set back in the nineteen Oh wow wow you see ladies and gentlemen L. 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You Harp on me he's calling I will not answer it anyway I guarantee Superman the point is so how many of you listening to this remember when the Disney channel had like Disney original Louis or is it Halloween Halloween naturally more country you sound when you say Halloween Halloween elections when saying that monotone anyway happens going on this is our like introduction of normal life here for you guys so it's October which means that Halloween movies are in full of facts atman would have been a trump voter there's no way Batman would have voted trump all day la billions superman fi tag batman for life he likes the awkward silence says everything no it's not even remotely same ball move that would come out right so you had like the thirteenth year where that Dude turned into like a mermaid or something you had the luck of the Irish where he was a basketball player and he was like Leprechaun Smart House was one of my favorites under wraps was a good one my mommy mommy went the turn both done are you sure I'm trying to give you like that one. Two three counts chest pain Halloween Halloween Halloween following Halloween Halloween I say what does it matter Halloween opt everything and he said seriously guys that movie was awesome like pure quote unquote inflection like he was all lives in Halloween town which is like this place that you can only get two on Halloween obviously right so they don't know they end up going to Halloween town and then magic in there is again it's like Oh man this was a great movie and my son My middle son Gunnar I kid you not he seeing Aquaman he sees absolutely nothing elissa likes aquaman because we're able to watch that one with our kids because there's not a lot of a lot of Wayne it's favorite movie Halloween Sounds Country Halloween Hashtag America is it all right anyway it's about it's about this this family of witches right but but the kids don't know that they are witches because the grandma gallon whiskers guys we know but anyway so I'm going to make an attempt because I've got that two people are the day he's so upset sweet Elissa for a minute please sweet Melissa Yeah your turn would have been a little baby and light politically correct me up was why hate superman yeah I said America I hate Superman I'm happy it all out and stuff anyway if you were to watch it by yourself as an adult now you'd be like this is the dumbest movie I've ever seen the when you watch it with your kids you go and you see like the the things that they can't see it on mute yeah yeah so of movies and I know people are listening going you got lgbt Q.. Plus being shoved down their throats all the time what's the what's the what's The elephant or bear cartoon where they had the the gay wedding emergency strike you always see news stories of long lines of people in empty store shelves why are you always film when I do the ad rates the as yeah so I'm going to introduce them to that but the other day I introduced them to Halloween town Halloween I mean most of like the Spiderman movies has seen any Batman movies yet but I mean he's seen a lot of cool movies that movie ended and he'd stop I am trying to do an ad right now Eliza how dare you she is filming while we do this but there's no need to be part of that chaos which is Alissa not two day delivery disasters won't wait so why should you have you seen the walking dead come on Act Now and save seventy dollars on a a week emergency food kit when you go to my special website prepare with Graham Dot com my Patriot supply food kits last up to twenty five years in store and the possibility of having to deal with theme of food lines. Those that know what's coming are using today to prepare you should make a plan to ninety dollars it's better to have not need the need and not have go to prepare with Graham dot com prepare with Graham dot com neighbors did know that you're the crazy food prep guy but they're the ones that will be sorry when the zombies come out take action so you're ready for what's coming and save seven bridge and includes breakfast lunches and dinner or a few today and receive guaranteed two day delivery discreetly to your door because you don't what collected they're saying that the joker would have been a trump voter that's what they're saying that the joke the the the the villain that bat you know what I guarantee you I guarantee you in town how many Hashtag dear America if you remember Halloween town how Dadgum at J. Now I'm going you've never seen Halloween all there it says it right there monotone Jacob what it says in real life I don't know I guess I'm GonNa have to hands urinals in a one hundred and ninety five million dollar gender-neutral remodel of government buildings in our society Portland now Jessica my sister I thought you were telling me that you had this yes alright Portland and then they take away the urine which is one of the greatest assets of having male genitalia ever who in the men's bathrooms or a mountain yeah like my new thing right because yeah Jason Say no who is it that talks royalty Sam Elliott every every pop so if you have children I recommend that you introduce them to Halloween that movie and I can't recommend it or not upset about the urinal women that walk in there and look at the urinals you shouldn't be in the thirty people the truth is the truth is well we talked about it on I'm trying to have more you know movement in my voice here but we talked about it on ramp nation and what about the I can't indies overly about mental health issues no no what they're saying is that mentally disturbed individuals is what got president movie Elizabeth not there I get a text message and it's basically argue shoe that's appropriate it's freaking Halloween her family all right Well you know that makes you a bigot anyway moving okay this is a good topic for discussion have starting with building an emergency food supply and I trust and use my patriot supply their experts in emergency preparedness and have gear it's a channel movie it's like G. 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Disney channel movies though y'all children there are I was just making shots being good moment in here all right so this is breaking news alert like ads of ten minutes ago all right New York Times reports president trump must turn over eight years of his personal and Ooh time to look under the hood I don't I don't really know what it matters like the odds are just like most super-rich people he's been doing loopholes on his taxes that's how people are Super Rich Hello Amazon this is not news to me body so is this like their attempt to add something to impeach a president but newsflash you can't impeach president toys that was me quitter up the lucky strike so what are they gonNA urinals are discriminatory against people that do not identify as neither male female the other day what did you say Arthur again wasn't an author I said I don't know God saying I am walking finishes a great actor it's a movie who cares but let's talk about some serious things that are going on what Biden did what Obama did it starting to push me I mean I still believe in the constitution but at the end of the day it's like if you WanNa play dirty I don't care what he said on the phone call order it on Amazon prime to watch it she gets an email every time the Amazon because you know we've got to watch the kids make sure stuff right so we're watching I'm not a quid pro quo it was nothing like that it wasn't if you don't do this we're not gonNA do this it wasn't anything like that yeah dude what is going on you need to figure this out because if you don't figure this out we're GONNA have problems and if Ukraine really was with Russia meddling okay it didn't happen so what does it matter like the president should be allowed to have conversations behind closed doors right Samuel this this morning like with all the impeachments at the second whistle blower just came out and they ignore Biden all right like they don't care show there's a lot of little things that I want to get into in this you know we we already touched on the joker that kind of falls in this cancel culture corporate tax returns to Manhattan prosecutors a federal judge ruled an so Rosie o'donald and all these people and even AFC are like gosh well I mean if you watched it by yourself now it would be really weird and probably the dumbest movie you've ever seen I remember Halloween I'm just kidding Oh my God schoolhouse Melissa Finds Out Protective Order It on listening you WanNa talk about when you get married you get a new parent all right so all right I okay trump I mean this is what they do every time at both sides when elections coming is they just try to keep throwing dirt dirt dirt I mean it just it gets old on a nod or something I I am risks acting your voice on the show anyway all right so they have using it to reduce your listeners just got his cancelled because apparently they are helping people with their feelings because feelings matter more the restaurant period I'm peeing all over the seat in retaliation I am in retail you tell me I can't use a year well good have fun sitting in the information that can really finally set this put this thing the rest of two thousand sixteen and put some people who need to be in jail in jail stints in agreeing that out right the problem is if you use a quid pro quo kinda thing that's where but that did not happen right right no one is really upset like Zubi said on the last episode no one's really upset these are just people that are just like oh we gotta fix this doesn't sixteen stuff and the evidence is there Joe Biden was linked to it if that's there then it's like I'm not gonNA help your country out with military aid when I know you have they trump asked Ukraine to look into tampering and the election sure right which is perfectly fine well what is wrong with that Shen Fox and friends reports this cops for trump the Minneapolis police union sales t shirt supporting the president amid a uniform obviously not if he was buddies Bros. with Putin he wouldn't be releasing publicly for the world to see Oh yeah by the way I'm friends with your arch nemesis over here you it for something that happened before he was president you can't do that he'd be like well you know this guy this guy cheated on his wife one time three years for he got depression Oh president trump releasing that he's having buddy buddy comments with Ukraine is a direct slap in the face to Putin right Putin ain't happy seriously with you talking like this what about the Trans men so women who became men and dream their whole life of being a man and doing they not get ended league debunked the whole Russia collusion thing all this stuff right because Russia don't like Ukraine yeah they don't they don't lie like you know if you suspect that a country is our you've heard rumors that a country interfered in our election wouldn't you want to request there assist ban so what that means is the Minneapolis Police Department said that if you want to support trump or go to a trump you can't be in uniform in this is Jake's fault this jake has brought discrimination to how say words aren't real quick let's get into a sponsor speaking of Halloween the end of the world about that I promise you zero I mean so this whole trump was with Putin to Russia interfering in the election to live there trees I will say if I became a man that will be on my number one list of things to do dollars to have a penis actions I'm tempted to say I don't care if it's pro quo yeah it's like well it's not constitutional it's like I don't you're starting to push people away from aside symbol right that's the that's the that's the that's the military service uniform well police uniform represents the same thing the uniform to like not maybe not intentionally but influence people and when people see a cop Kinda messes like Oh cops are trump supporters you just can't be in uniform yeah right because because the uniform represents a completely unbiased and non picky being right you you have no preference either way when you wear that uniform and so by showing up keep it cohesive and unified all right moving on what are you guys got the Russia to leave the Setina about this I mean the military has been that way forever why it was made blatantly clear to us in the military you can go to any political event you want facial recognition stuff beautiful beautiful she's at Detroit police or here let's play videos people yes which maybe you're supposed to be a united I mean I've Kinda cops have their own rules that there's a lot of departments that won't even let you that I don't care and if he gets impeached he could still get elected in twenty two well okay so here's a thing to me I think what people don't realize I'm sorry I cut you off your state all I'm saying is that if it's true which I think trump knows it's true that they were all a part of the to that so this is an interesting one for me right like obviously people are upset about this to be completely honest I don't really understand the I don't know Hashtag dear America let us know what you know what you think about that I'm okay with it Jake what do you think I don't have a problem with it I mean you're almost using perations principle you can't you can't take from one and not the other I agree with that you're working obviously that's fine but why would you show up blatantly says that that white people shouldn't be analysts on facial recognition because white people think that all black people look alike the what why don't we just take all how much money was it two hundred ninety five million how `bout we revamped the homeless there then or how about we actually use it to help people but eventually it's going to start to come around and anyway it's all there is to it so all right moving on let's see Ooh this is a good topic for discussion as you know our analysts are highly trained and to say that they're not trained to do it because they're white that's highly insulted that chief serum saying it's it's breaking down before our eyes and again I've said it once I will say it again I was down in Houston I'm having this conversation with the all Republicans down there this will be the end of Biden when it's all said and done okay is still the firestorm of trump right this second away trump rally in your police uniform you are there for identifying that you actually do have a preference I get it I get that the people I'm just saying I see it all the time and I love them because they go along with it trophy I know train and for those of you listening on audio you'd go look at the video because she's standing she's talking to black people and the black dude standing next to her the second he says that he does like a like a like his head turns around like what and then the police chief who is black then doesn't interview and says disgrace into this she's not only just an idiot she is a terrible person issue obviously she's not looking out for people but even just trying to home to constituents are white I know right well it's like but just getting vote yes how this even they fired him qualified let's and he says the bigger question is what if I said something like that a black man and said you know all white people after registered sex offender participated in drag queen storytime that's happened a few I feel like that happens a lot of times and be explained to what drag Queen Means and what it is and all this stuff there's a video going around of a drag queen like strip show drag queens there by what a lot of people don't realize Democrats is that even by releasing the transcripts of the call trump as single what's going on in America I am Graham Allen in welcome to the newest episode of the Dear America podcast I have laryngitis and apparently trump chick behind it and people be like it's not it's not a public thing parents are choosing to well they the parents should be arrested I think it's crazy all right Houston library apologies apologies apologies while Houston library apologizes anyway and that's the difference right like if you're working at you will see you you're working and that's very identifiable right anyway awesome race regardless yeah but it doesn't make a huge difference so as you can hear to leave is racist in this she there yeah well first of all the whole drag Queen storytime thing is I don't even understand the logic black people look the same and she responds she's like I am looking out for my constituents they hired me to protect them Blah Blah she's idiot man she is in here you know what an analyst needs to be African Americans not people that are not because let me tell you know it happens all the time it's true again I think non African Americans think African American all of the same I've seen it even Macau's for people calling the light comes John Lewis John Lewis Elijah Cummings and they're totally of social media pages when you're definitely don't feel like you should I feel like that would be a easy way to to become super divided within departments and so I would think you'd want go to Taco Bell at three in the morning unless you're if you think that your six year old child should be read two by drag Queen Ma'am serious like the second you walk in Tosh Point Oh said the second you pull up to Taco Bell at three in the morning the cops should just arrest right because you know you're drunk thanks I get that one I don't see what the big outrage is the same as when we were talking about like cavern and kneeling I mean that was our whole premise is but it he signed with a plays out you're just wanting to vote look much I care about I win that police chief who was African American is looking at you going I should say some storytime right now the kids are putting like dollars you should automatically have a D H s case put against you for investigation period tell me you're good go ahead okay all right check I'm giving you your time Darker Awkward About Awkward I'm waiting on you to like me yes I said it and a minute that's just the way I feel I mean what is okay explain Hashtag dear America y you have to have drag queen dress why can a person not just go read to a child and I think the the angle is they're trying to make their kids I know what is the point I need to know what the point is what is the what is the point you're trying to teach your six year old child by I'm not I'm not sure completely awkward moment that's all we have for this episode and we'll see again next or baseball or homecoming pageants or or beauty queen pageants and stuff 'cause you were using your kids to project things that you never got lips do right right so if we can agree that the basis formulated around that is due to a sexual nature then what I would you would you say that's a fair thing to say pretty sure that's the whole point isn't that it doesn't have to do with sexuality and feeling sexy and sensual and all that stuff yeah that'd be kind of funny and nobody would really get upset but these are like five you know these are kids but even even that like I try to think back to when I was in high school four yeah you don't have to expose the kids to things to make sure that they're all right when they confront realize okay yeah here's I there's nothing wrong with it do whatever it is you WanNa do you put it in front of kids it becomes bad because it's wrong time in their life burn since it's Halloween Halloween and we're in the spirit who is wrinkles does anyone know what a cat the clown the point Other than sexualizing children explain to me what that does and the benefit of that what does that do to make your sexualizing children pushing agenda then we're using our children at twenty years ago people would throw their kids into like football right sexual I I'm not saying that you should throw stones at people that participate in drag that's not what I'm saying what I'm saying is explained to me dialed a child Wha- what does that do right you can't it is it is strictly for this culture where we are like even even in high school like it'd be kind of funny if they brought in a drag show for like a high school what do they call him the pepper preparation sweetheart for wrinkles the clown look he's horrified and they say he like comes in windows and like can you see it anyway but this is amazing combined smartphone technology with the industry's best laser bullet using your smartphone their proprietary apt tracks a laser bullet which fits your gun is the point of having it in front of children what is the point of that that's my point other than to sexualize children but that's my point you can be a person who has be looking into legend no it's like a legend and so goes through why why are you laughing straightened gutter all look out system right now get ten percent off plus free shipping but the offer code Graham train risk free for thirty days return if not completely satisfied but before literally correct we are that's not our job as parents our kids are not there to make us feel better about ourselves that is not that is not what they're there for all right okay all right let let's break it down even further okay is sex bad thing we're not talking about kids because no no no I'm not talking about kids if they pulled us in there to watch some drag drag quail and be worried to us we would've flip the tables over trigger function and more plus you'll save a ton of money on ammo go to target pro dot com that's the letter I target pro dot com offer code it's not the right place same frigging principle if you wanNA smoke I mean I think we can all agree that smoking is bad for you but if you're eighteen years old nineteen in Alabama if you wanna smoke by God that's your God given freedom and right as an American do so should you be smoking when you're ten years old right you see what I mean came out with a new song that you might recognize the lead singer of this go grande so there is a new Swedish death metal group they are climate activists and they just recently one hundred dollars to terrify these people are doing to like they're teenagers or adult children that it is kind of funny so they've invited him into the resumes Greta will detect exactly where you're shots are landing I target pro is completely safe and comes with a your caliber specific laser bullet and targets Oh you do go to the range and experience the difference take it from me dry fire training will develop muscle memory hell with target reaction speed sight alignment it's the wrong time right okay I'm not saying that drag is bad all right I don't agree with religiously and all that stuff but as far as freedom and being an American stick to the wall like Spiderman I've ever seen I got something all right before we do let's hit our second sponsor self defense is your God given right period and so dan initially he didn't come to her defense but he initially said you know I've had some crazy people and you know just sometimes in the moment anybody who this is apparently there's like horror stories of wrinkles the clouds clear to teenagers and children randomly metaphor really creepy so this legend this old wives tale has circulating so now amazing parents have told their children this can now hire a wrinkles the clown and personally clip I'm pretty sure it was a plant now but either way the thing that's most shocking to me this she didn't say anything right in fact she did respond to it later on in twitter she said we don't need to talk about it because this person's obviously mentally ill yeah you should acknowledge that they're mentally ill and but it's your responsibility to practice which is why I want you to go to your computer right now and get I target pro system this is the first dry fire training systems sobat thing no it's not right sex is not a bad thing should kids be having sex no there you go serum saying it's not a bad thing but you are things that you wanted to do right we'll today we are using our kids to project are witness more how morally superior we are and how is the way I'm sitting here we'd have been sneak it out the back window of the library go into the gas station or something fantastic parenting I have one it to me is that you just can't you can't squeeze in a no I like babies do you know what I mean I mean it's great she's already said she's going to have one less child said Dan is that had been you and so I said that we need to eat babies and you did not immediately rebuke that back it was the lack of Reno we shouldn't eat babies that did not come out of AFC's mouth at any point you be crucified you would absolutely be crucified because you're a conservative right and I I think that is the valid argument in that take into why not just go be able to read to a child without having to do this huge look at me you see what I'm saying like I don't understand why we had man story twenty one year old Florida man sentenced to ten days in prison after he overslept for jury duty speaking of crazy climate control people that you guys see the video at the AFC event or the ladies we start eating babies out of film that was said period Graham crazy people okay okay I'll see the woman at the Bronx Zoo who climbed over the visitor safety rails mm-hmm because of the climate negative one yeah okay her child's going to be cbd you WanNa go see rumors have come up that it was a point to like poke fun at AFC however and I had this conversation with Dan Crenshaw over the weekend museum that is it yeah so so there was a woman that popped up and said that the green new deal is not enough aw that some people say that we should start eating dead bodies but that's also not enough there's too much co two so we need to start eating babies to better c o two now the Texas chainsaw massacre juniors mask on he busted his guessing wrong over the going and these kids like listen people were like well we should be eating baby I mean no I'm serious man in so and so that's the interesting and and and I disagreed to a point of this so The thing that I had a problem with was not the crazy woman main weather she was a plant or not she's obviously crazy what the crap happens you gotta get lawyer you gotTa get all this stuff there ain't no what you just shot somebody so good for you buddy he'll asleep we'll see take all my that's so funny you find that the all Internet so inserted started dancing for the lion saying hi de Lyon it was recorded she was arrested for unlawful in Texas fend off the bank robber no I didn't see that it up Abilene police say this sixty year old woman thought off and on dazzle it but it was this article about this these people broken this guy's house and he's shot him like kill them straight up but it went back good whatever it is only this is not a drill today tweeted a groundbreaking revelation he says I'd still be running for president if I hadn't listened to Rick Perry trespassing she wasn't eating reminded me of my favorite skit Graham helped me who is it the does the lion skit Gotcha Okay Williams offense things like that like because they've watched a lot of TV shows is somebody breaks in your home you shoot them dead in your home clean shoot whatever the movies of which I responded with you'd still be running for president if anyone literally anyone would voted for you her awesome kicked legit email youngster all right eric swallow yes you just don't you know sometimes you just imma going okay please don't stab me you know kind of thing sure but then I me and Benny Johnson turned it around and we even if it's self defense that's one of those things you gotta call somebody you really gotta call that so a common misconception that people have from self would make fun of her but you should also put in there Asterix Hashtag save the Babies I stopped you know what I mean the other thing is like a lot of people bought it like Yep that's the kind of no now and you'll probably never get that gun back ever even if it is a clean shoot I was gonNA say speaking of self defense did you see the sixty year old woman aw yeah dancing for the lines well that's all that almost sounds like a a Florida man story climbing I have a Florida mm-hmm I had a four hour drive each way this weekend so I started listening to some podcast and what I liked to do as a like to listen to robber inside a bank wow the suspect forced the woman who is also an employee of the bank inside the building at gunpoint jobe than decided to fight back less low month or extreme so and I don't remember what state this was in but I I don't know why bring it to the show that's not what happens in real life you get handcuffed you're putting a back of the police car and you go to jail all right until they figure out odd cat I like to listen to people that I know and then a like Charlie Kurt Plug Charlie Kirk show love that Joe Rogan loved that Ben Shapiro from time to time I don't listen Ben Shapiro all arm but I decided to in a spur of the moment thing I decided to listen to Logan Paul's podcast impossible still think that Logan Paul has a responsibility because the vast majority of his audience our kids but he's not a kid anymore right UH anyway common common misconception is that if you even if you have a clean shoot then you just go back no live is what they're great you seen that video of the dad he takes the chain off of the chainsaw and he puts the like Mr Mr Johnson we'll need you to come by the station in the morning for a full statement they're like okay okay thanks to sleep they go to the next month has a lot of like pop icons Music TV and even porn star correal dropped out because he had like zero like no one I would have had a better shot winning running for the DNC nomination the nearest ours come on the show right and so I was listening to his Aaron Carter One and then it ended in the next one came on and it was red flag means you intend to marry your sister amazing it is like like flying proud porn-star that was on there and so I was listening to it and I was listening to how these people legitimately think about things right because the restricted only watch youtube kids Jake's team now because I'm yeah I don't think I mean we can't restrict anyone he can say what he wants to say but I do feel like since it is I'll just bit my gates okay. CBS News High School Teacher Tells Class A confession the sleep and that's what he got in trouble and so a lot of people are upset about that and again it's one of those things no I mean what relationships and all this stuff is supposed to be like and it just really got me thinking because I like listening to those kind of things relation only just this completely like like completely twisted upside down idea of this guy because he just went back to sleep I'll deal with that in the morning so we shop these days than India's goes back up to like seventy years old he goes back just goes all right well hold on I'm getting to it so so I will say this Logan Paul has grown up a little bit I will give him that I but there was he like I didn't click in the article because I didn't WanNa dissect it I just thought that was hilarious don't show first of all it is completely an an adult show there is no reason whatsoever of any kind any time that a person under the age of eighteen should all this to say that I actually didn't hate the podcast because it it really kind of opens up a lot of doors isn't it it caused a forty five minute delay but you can you imagine missing your alarm clock and then you get arrested for change as a little because it it shows you like the other side I think a lot of times as conservatives and Christians and all this other kind of stuff I mean we truly surround ourselves in our bubble which is great I mean awards okay all right By the time he was eighteen he sold seventy five million records himself you know errands house in wants to marry her sister so really quick i WanNa talk about something it's completely completely out there and how they think it makes it really hard for you to even figure out a way to communicate and relate right absolutely and so it was just an so I say I mean I remember when I was a kid songs and two he is like completely messed up I mean completely like out of his mind listen to this show however I found it really like eye-opening inciteful in cycle yeah to to list sounds like listen to the impulse and I'm not talking bad about Aaron Carter I legitimately am concerned for this dude listen musicians and stuff saying all this crazy stuff and supporting all these crazy people in office and everything but then you listen to something like this and you actually hear how these people talk person has a horrific relationship with their family completely broken lot of times do a lot of and and send to the people that are in these spotlights for whatever the reason what they think and what they feel like Aaron Carter was on there Nick Carter's brother from the backseat is what it's called impulsive in but impulsive because his name's Paul Logan Paul this discussion because I'm I'm on Logan's team we need to have that reinforcement of your camp so to speak right but if you don't listen to what these other people are actually saying and what they actually believed don't just talk about like the porn industry like everybody knows what the porn industry is but they were having conversations about this person's like you know they go will do you think you know that that there's merit behind some of these claims and Aaron Carter even says the whole family is torn apart and I mean he's just like paranoid the entire thing and in so again you start to understand why you see all these people agreeing with these crazy things like eat the babies and you know and healthcare for all the impulsive episode with Aaron Carter is like one of the newest ones like it's in the five most recent and I mean you truly here this guy all

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The QB Docs PT + SC + QB

"Hi, I'm Alexa. You can now. Hear PT podcast using me. Just say, hey, Alexa, launched PT pint cast or you could be nice and try saying please for lunch. What is being polite dead? These days to your episodes, just say, hey, Alexa, launch PT pint cast maybe throw in a please at the end. Now, I think the biggest thing is jerk therapists, lifting the thing you're kind of a little advocate about junior thing just do it. And if he can about coaching content and building a model and just just being willing to be border. But I think is the biggest thing and just really if you have aspirations go after if you have this digit note doing something greater than just start talking to the brothers keel today, the QB ducks former division one college football players turned physical therapist, turn PT's that work under center. Yeah. With quarterbacks check out their website, the QB docs dot com and take a listen to what they're doing. How they're using. Podcast the QB ducks podcast to talk with their audience and potential audience, pretty cool stuff. So check them out online at the QB, docs dot com show brought to you by owns recovery science. If you're looking to get certified impersonal is blood flow restriction rehabilitation training, Johnny and the guys on his team or the people leading the research and teaching some of these sport's biggest teams how to utilize it NHL MLB NFL NBA you name it. They've got it. Find them online at Owens recovery. Science dot com. The best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome two hours. This is the PT podcasts. Here's your host, physical therapist. Jimmy MacKay conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome to our next episode of the show starts right now excited to have these guys on the program. I feel like I should be at the line calling an audible, I dunno Maha. I'm not I'm not really sure what I should be calling right now on the program right now, the QB ducks drew and dusty Kiel God, welcome to the show. Thanks for having Jimmy. I feel like I should be calling an audible, I just got a line. I don't like what I'm seeing. I want to change the play, man. Right. I like it all. Hoping that after about an hour. Well summit. Appreciate it. For those of you who don't know drew industy, he'll the QB docks. You can find them online at QB, docs dot com. That's QB S dot com. They've got their own podcast. You should listen to it. If you're into football, and you like, you know, the angle of physical therapy. I tripped across you guys online. And after kinda just, you know, interacting with your Instagram page, which is cube e docs, by the way, I saw you guys were doing, and I thought you guys had a cool cool story that involved family. So talk about the family back story with the quarterback position. It's it's bigger than just YouTube brothers. Yeah. Absolutely. And, you know, Jimmy come on, and you know, or story today, but you kind of start with our dads, you know, and and his brother so my dad kicked keel, he had an older brother Blair Kia Blair actually went and played quarterback at Notre Dame. And then my dad went to ball state and then transferred to Butler, and then he. Had a younger brother named Pat keel in all three of them played quarterback through high school in the well on the plane college. So then fast forward now are dead. You know, had drew myself have younger brother named gunner Kiel all three of us played the quarterback position in high school. It was I was actually seven years there where it was drew for to myself or to younger brother Gunnar for three where you know, we put we played quarterback. And you know, Blair who wants to Notre Dame actually had a son Brandon who also played quarterback, which is also pretty neat. But you kinda started there and Drouin to own way state to continue on his cO career of playing quarterback. I went to Indiana University. They're younger brother Gunnar, which a lot of people might know him, but you not going to Cincinnati. But before that he also actually out of high school committed Notre Dame before transferring to Cincinnati so kind of the long history of fine quarterback. But you know, just loving football. All to right. And just getting to know that before back is more than just position. Right. I mean, you're part of the team. And you know, you've learned so many things by playing football and being in that environment that obviously we like to pass down with our younger generation we work with today's. I love that story, man. I just I just like how it's so many angles. And I I didn't know that the math in terms of seven years at the same high school had a keel under center seven years in a row. Yeah. It was worked out that way. I mean, I don't know if it was planning my mom and dad, but it just kind of fell into the place that way. Yeah, we're talking a lot about the men, but I feel like your mom's gotta have a lot to do with the jeans, and they're putting up some some pretty good players. I tell you what we kinda give data hard time because you know, debt stands at about six foot and mom is every bit of five foot nine five ten and her side of the family is tall. Right. So we're kinda Dan you held us back. I'd be more more for your genes. Oh, that's cool, man. All right. So so that would like kind of the backstory a little bit of the family tree. Right. And we know that you guys are not only passionate about football as you as you lewd too. But you guys are passionate about the quarterback position. I just want to let people know that I've probably thrown like, maybe six or seven touchdowns in my backyard. And that's about it. That's my record just touch football. That's the extent of my quarterback knowledge. But you guys continued on in terms of your education. You guys are you guys are also PT as well. When you are, you know, Jimmy, it was one of those things where we battle a lot of injuries going through that whole process of playing football and had the opportunity to have a lot of great physical, therapists along that road. You know, I had a terrible thumb injury. Illinois state whenever I was there UCLA in my right thumb during my first start and missed the season because of it and had a really good physical therapist hanging down that road of helping me physically, but also from the emotional. Psychological standpoint too. So that kind of really spurred my interest and initially with physical therapy to pursue that after I got done. And I know what you're playing football say they were wrong years, but those were years that were crucial in development of my life because both picture indicts, headaches undergrad and bathroom signs in that in that we have had this holistic approach of of training quarterbacks and we always had a great interest in the weight room. So we kind of combine all those things the rehab aspect strengthen you dishing nutrition in quarterback training to take this whole insect approach trying to quarterbacks now, and it's one of those things whereas we played had a lot of injuries. Didn't know what we didn't know why we're having these things we worked really hard. You know, why time the trainer and doing a lot of pre hab type exercise programs with didn't know why we were having the teller tendonitis is in the rotator cuff strains. Hit bursitis is all all those magnet. And you're. Speaking for myself, I can't speak for dusty. But I I can't remember it or a day where I felt one hundred percent in my body, and, you know, Jimmy, and the thing that I think is interesting is there's a lot of people out there that know, you know, like like certain technical things of playing the quarterback position. Right. They might say. Oh, yeah. Euro both has to be at a certain, height, whatever. Okay. You know, transfer your weight on your front, whatever it is. But something that was always frustrating for us was, you know, these coaches at such a high level, especially in college. I should say these guys you'd watch the few turn the Fillmore, and we were guys that really dove into. Okay. Like, I I will work extremely hard. You know, and do whatever the coach tells me to do. And I want to correct myself. I want to try to be the best that I can't we'd have coaches turned film on and go, you know, dusty your your read was good here. Your feet look fairly good. I just don't know. You've got gotta make a better through. Why you kidding me? Like, you can't just give me that you can stream all and then not even give me at least something to work on. Right. So that really along with, you know, the pre had stuff that would really, you know, something that we really strive toward becoming experts in as far as you know, the movement. But also, you know, the sign for the position there such a disconnect between these three silos ride the quarterback training, silo transitioning, and then by mechanics anatomy, you know, physical therapy. Whatever you wanna call it. Right. And we're trying to bridge. Those gasping all three of those things because we know quarterbacks. We're just supposed to take the full football culture in general. So the big three exercises in football in every initiating program are committed bitch squat and power thing. Right. So all fatted playing dominant move movements. And with the quarterback position we make our money in the transverse in frontal points. So. So a lot of times we're we do ourselves injustice by doing those movements primarily in the way, especially with us being unilateral rotational athletes because we know that there's gonna be a symmetry through left Siro tation if you're right a quarterback time. And if you combine those a symmetry with those three moving away room, probably have some problems in lieu back shoulder ankle need wherever wherever it may be and that's gonna show up, and we kind of promote is we have to do a lot of the United. She's on the front end and see where my growers that and see what he's actually capable of doing. And this really well working on a lot of these credits Hannity's whether it'd be exercise mobility, work narrow Musser control, whatever may be, but we have been taking a step back and take a global view of what's going on with that first before we actually dive in and trained because we know that if we layer strengthen power. Our on dysfunction. We never been the injuries on AM decrease performs. Sure, this is where I love. This is the perfect bridge between your story, and what you're passionate about to what you're doing. But then what you're doing with it? So you you're really you're meeting and I'm using air quotes here. I know it's a podcast probably shouldn't be using air quotes, Jimmy. But you're meeting your patient your client, your athletes where they are. You guys already talked the talk, you know, the call really environment. You know, what it does Asian? You've got street Craig because you've played it. And now you're able to look at it not only as a quarterback, not only someone who's a strength and conditioning specialist. But as a PT you're bringing those as you mentioned those three silos together. And the reason I love it so much is I think this is exactly where physical therapy really really hits it's stride. Which is you got your website is a QB docs. Right. And you you talk about your love for the quarterback position. Your love for football. Your exposure your time in it. And let literally you're slipping you're slipping them. Mickey man, you're giving. The physical therapy. And they don't even know it. Right. That's the idea we want to give it to you. But if you call it physical therapy people are like, oh, I don't think I need that. I think I just I wanna be a better quarterback. Great. I know how to do that you don't you don't have to leave with ham PT, but they're getting they're getting the eyes of physical therapist. Whether they knew it or not give you an example. I listen to people's content if they're putting out videos or podcasts, listen to yours loved it. But when I love to dig into the comments, right? I love to see what people are saying on your social media and your comments this is off of your rating rating review on your tunes pages where people can find your podcast, by the way. And literally the first rate in that came up a can't thank you. All enough your podcast, the information is priceless. My son is an eight year old who loves the of quarterback, and I've decided to go out educate myself on everything QB in order to help them be a better and reach his goals by fire podcasts taught me so much. Not only about the position. But also about myself if that doesn't tell people that you're doing the right thing nothing. Well, we appreciate that. Jimmy. I mean, it's it's one of those things where going through this experience going through this this this wall winding road of the quarterback to compete people. See the glitz and glam on Saturdays and Sundays they see quarterback stone touchdowns. They see guy getting drafted Naperville. They don't see what behind the scene the other night nine and a half percent of the time of what actually goes into that process in a lot of it for us three with a lot of physical emotional pain. So for us to give kids and heritz those tools for success to go down that road. It's really important give him because a lot of people were just naive to the process because I haven't been through it. Yeah. So it's it's just one of those things where if we can give people information tools to compare themselves for those those issues that come along. That's what we really cared about at lowly in Jimmy something else is there's like you mentioned there. Some of the other people that are trying to like coach quarterbacks or beat the QB Googlers or whatever they don't care, right? We just want to give out good information that we know factual. And then it has to do with the body, right? The correct movement of the body like if anything is supposed to set anything as part of the standard. It's hopefully, correct movement pattern over. Hey, this guy coach so and so right. Yeah. I love that in this whole bio psychosocial model for the the QB niche. I mean, we hear that that term. And physical therapy. Right. We hear that bio Soka five of social mall. We hear all the time. But we're trying to do it in a manner the quarterback where because what the quarterback position is the hardest addition sports, there's so much scrutiny them all with so much pressure to perform, you know, with social media. The prominent now social comparison of yourself and other your peers, it's huge. And then this ball high volume of training to I mean, Kim, you're doing so much. They're involved doing so many things and the pressures the popular of the sport is high. So if I'm if I'm constantly doing those things and I haven't been high sympathetic dry. So we'll see those little scientific area because I think this is a kind of hit home especially with the quarterback position. So fine doing all the all these things increase my sympathetic drive. So going back on member system neuro one one, and I don't do anything to down regulate. My to bring myself back. Back then there's gonna be a lot of problems along that road because we only tried to really born in recover really allow. And put football to be mentally stigma. It's just it's macho, but she's mo- game where just push through your problems just push to your pain. You're going to be fine. And we're gonna win games. And you're going to be geared. You're gonna be fine. Right. We know that that's not true and through chronic emotional and physical pain over time. If they you saying this is Michael for a long time. Now once I kid knows he's ending high school career to college. He has all of these issues where he's never taught himself how to turn all. So now, they had problems sleeping. He's got chronic pain. He's got all of these issues that are kind of he'd go down the road where all these issues have put this in this rut to where he can't get out of that. What happens a lot that people don't realize that a lot of this you see on TV people kind of shake their head at like drug and alcohol use depression opioid use. You know, suicidal thoughts. Like, that's a real struggle in a college trainer in the college Walker, and that's that's stuff that you don't really see that much. And what what happens is once the person gets to that level. It's either you're on the field, and you're playing and you're doing most of the team or you're no use to us because you're either not good enough or your injury rating to where you have to be in the ditch and Jimmy we all shared his experiences. And we didn't really know that we were in that rut whenever we were going through. But it's it was tough. It's real is really really tough and opioid. Use thing is something that isn't talked about a lot in college four out. But these are the facts here, we would have teammates that would have surgeries and they wouldn't use all their painkillers. Right. But I have my buddy Clifton who has his hamstring problem. He paying so you can get back on the field. So cliff Clifton is gonna come and buy my painkiller. There's that would get him out of pain. And now months later, he hooked on hunter Todo. Right. It's so prominent, and you see it all the time. And when it's all said and done, you you have an athlete twos struggling physically, but also emotionally psychologically now because his identity now gone, right? 'cause you you've been this athlete. That's works so hard so long told the fourteen years of your life to get to a point where you're at this peak in pinnacle, and then you kind of get knocked off. And I that's exactly where we were. That's why we do we need today to help players. And parents kinda realize what the road looks like. But here are some ways that we can intervene and vicious cycle in not only help physically but also emotionally psychologically is sum it up. Yes. We do throw physical therapy. And there with our quarterbacks love the P T pine cast. Yes. Yes. Support the show by telling a friend or by weaving. View on nineteen or Google play. Wanna think Brooks rehabilitation there institute of higher learning for sponsoring the show? Residency and fellowship opportunities is what they offer check them out at Brooks, IHL dot org. Also hosting their fourth annual scholarly symposium that's going on June twenty second in Jacksonville, Florida information about the symposium can be found at Brooks. I h L dot org. Keynote presentation this year by the editor of Jay Allen jetty. I'll be on hand doing some talks and some live podcasting. Looking for see us into expand your knowledge base? Look, no further than Brooks, IHL dot org. And. Let's get back to the show really briefly. Like specifically about what you do. Because if you go to if you go to their website, there's a list of what they offer physical therapies in there. But I I really do think physical therapies in everything, but you guys are offering individual and group specific stuff for specific athletes in terms of quarterbacks. Yeah. So I guess the star or group sessions our group sessions, you're kinda neat. So we get together every Sunday afternoon for about an hour and a half, and we're going through its quarterback specific rights throwing mechanics, but a lot of it has to do with certain impairments that we've seen along the way for the majority of our gods. Right. So something that we can work on with everybody taking them through certain things for that hour and a half as far as our individual training. Goes we start every guy out with a quarterback screen. So we've created this as the screen where we're. Able to take what we what we think are all the movements that are you know, associated with playing quarterback. Okay. And we're breaking them down. And we're examining we're looking at every joint as far as what the movement is are, and then we're able to say, okay. Hey, maybe maybe you don't have this range emotion, or your, you know, unstable here, you know, do you ever miss your throws high? Whenever you're on the run. Do you ever? You know, maybe lean or fall off your throws to the left like. Yeah. Like, okay. What's dive in this whole for spoke? It's always evaluating in a session these quarterbacks in for again for our individual training. It's for that individual athlete. Right. So we're not taking all of our quarterbacks through the exact same drills like the quote, unquote, QB ru right? We're going through our own are that specific athletes impairments, and we're working to allow them to perform better. But also taking care of that injury rich and kind of pushing it down a little bit. As they worked through these impairments. But also were giving them the tools to say, hey, okay. I understand in a general sense of why I need to do this. Right. I understand that. If I go if I can take some of these things use tools back to my receivers when we've gone throw. Okay. Now, I'm going to be a little more, proficient. Little more accurate. They can use throws love it. And that will feel like this. What you just said there goes back to when you were being coacher early in the episode. We talked about how a coach would say, hey, your read was great. But you need to make a better throw. He never told you how or what to work on to get that throat to be quote better. 'cause right better as a huge subjective term. What did you mean by that? How can I do? It sounds like you guys are doing that. Right. And you know, and this is this is this is interesting. I'm glad you brought the up Jimmy because this is specifically why we feel like we're doing it. But anybody because you know, a lot of the technical is very similar. So if a coach tells the guy again to finish on it. Maybe hey, me, use your. Or legs and finish on your front leg whenever you through. Okay. It doesn't matter. How many times and how many cuss words you use while talking to me, I literally don't have the internal rotation on my front, leg or whatever. It may be. And I can't get there. You can cuss me up and down. But I'm not going to be able to do it. I'm gonna compensate somewhere down the chain. And then it just gonna leave the poor performance. And then again brings book back at that injury risk. We just talked about so. Yeah. Remarried passionate about what we're doing. Because we saw doing it the right way, and we're pushing really good content for all of our guys love. And again, you guys can find them on on itunes QB docks. You could find the otherwise, I the QB ducks dot com and on Instagram the QB docks, you guys putting out content and multiple forms. You guys are doing the same thing in terms of getting to host, and you're talking to other people who were who were some of the people you've had on the show that you really learned something from. Yes, we had pretty cool guests, right? So as far as different guests to right? So we've had shoot El Sony. She came on that that was going to be released here soon. We've had Joe Miller arm with yoga tuna. We've had Danny Metais. Then just as far as football. We've had coach not a lot of college coaches on who. So those have been really interesting not from Cincinnati of the quarterback position specifically, but just from a whole mentality. Right. And and understanding maybe you know, you hear so much as far as like former players maybe the grind that they go through. But then you get to hear the other side sometimes of what the coach is actually thinking too. Because at the end of the day his job is on the line there too. So we brought on coach Tom Allen from Indiana. We brought on coach Foin Tae from Virginia Tech. And then we pay Steve Kerr grace. Yeah. So fellowship of Christian athletes. He led that for Indiana University. And he was Indiana's team chaplain. Whenever I was that. I you playing and Steve corners is his name. He was he actually came on. And he you know, he was he blew that one up. That's another great episode. That was really cool. That was awesome. Danny werfel. On. Yeah. Trophy wonder just a coke some we've had I think this. This has Monday was our seventy I show. So I mean, we've had some pretty good guests come on in all had just a little bit of a different wrinkle. As far as what they brought. I mean, I know we just we just recorded one with a sports psychologist, which that was really neat. And that'd be really cool. What you're that one as well. Yeah. In the audience benefits as you as you guys heard me talk about the you know that mom writing in about how it's changed. You know hundred eighty degrees, how she is is working with her eight year old, and I'm sure up to eighteen and and on in terms of college athletes, and you're here, here's the point that I think my our audience, you know, as PT's and physical therapist assistants. You're you're super serving the narrow audience that you want to work with right? You like I wanna work with quarterbacks and ten fifteen years ago. If you said, I'm gonna open a business where I just work with quarterbacks people would say, you can't scale. All that. We'll the internet allows you to do it putting up content on social media at a at a podcast allows you to do that because you're super super niche, but you're hyper focused on over serving that population. And that's why I think you guys are doing it. So well, so hats off helmets off. Again, we appreciate that. That's something that I'm super passionate about to Jin is in this world of physical therapy, and you know, Dame Dame and tell us one of our mentors, and we talked to him a lot about this. And we talked him for years about this is this. You don't have to work in the PT mill, right? You don't have to go see high volume, you know, workers comp patience twenty patients day and get burnt out. You don't have to do that anymore. Because like what you said technology has come so far to where you can become the content matter expert in whatever realm, you wanna become at it only to do is, you know, be really consistent and be very vulnerable. To everyone that's out there. And don't be worried about sounding stupid in front of your peers. Right. It's just the of 'cause this is how we felt to refer star. It was like, oh, man. It's kind of weird talking to the camera about. Yeah. Optic for three to five minutes. And you know, should we go back and look at this because I kinda sound stupid in this in this part of this. But in all actuality people want the wrong, if they want the the genuineness of messing up in because at the end of the day, we're all human we all make mistakes. But it's just that that hacker fights the willingness to be vulnerable in front of every people while you're talking about what you're passionate about. And it's just do into skin out there, this working hard and being relentless with your work ethic. And this is something that I think that I we pride ourselves on is just doing it and being consistent, and you're gonna have your bad day. They're gonna have days where you know, we have six people every talk to us we reach out to him. Hey, you wanna work with? This and nobody wants to come work with us. That's okay. Like, you're gonna have bad days too. But it's all about staying on the ground and this being gritty moving forward. I think that's that's a good message for all who want to get out of that realm of just doing the, nor that couldn't agree more man could not agree more. So check those guys out just just take a look at what they're doing even if you're listening, and you're like, I don't wanna work with quarterback. You're missing the point. Then just just watch with these guys are doing how they're doing it. And then did you ask yourself is that something is there something in my life that I I'm that passionate about that? I can bring to an individual. And then it's not about quarterbacks guys. It's about connecting with people. Like, you just mentioned you guys ready for three questions. Absolutely on the hunt seats with three questions on the podcasts to request is brought to you by our friends at Arias, medical staffing. They find PT's jobs all over the country, just like a quarterback riding around and getting positions all of all fifty states. They'll find you a place to do what you wanna do where you want to do. That's being a p t. A U R E medical dot com. If you're about continuing education credits, and you're moving to a new state or you transfer your license or what do I live? They've got a person for that. Don't worry about it. They'll they'll they'll they'll remove that barrier. So you can do what you want where you want to do it. And that's a you R E S medical dot com. You guys are in Nashville that right? We are first question is since ours has positions in all fifty states. If you guys had a choice you guys do a quarterback camp anywhere in the country. Where would you guys go man anywhere in the country? I would probably say San Diego, California. Yeah. No, I'm saying AirAsia carbon say there you go. I like that. Well, fifty all fifty states is where you can find positions with ours. So San Diego Arizona, they got you covered. Second question is what's something that each of? You has has read that really inspired. You could be quote, a book could be a movie watched is something that really left an impression. You know? I think that. The classic book. How to win friends influence people that? Yeah, that's what I read probably twice a year like in. If I have the time Sukanya, reminder how to treat people and how to go about your business. If you want to be successful, you know, Jimmy, there's this thing that our church dot com. Gives out it's called a portal prayer. And basically, it's like a daily devotional where you know, it takes one to two minutes. I think doing that you no matter what to going on has really helped as far as bringing myself back down and understanding what it's all about perfect. All right. Last thing that we asked third question who is someone that the audience should know more about somebody. That is doing great work that maybe flying under the radar deserves a shoutout. Oh, man. I mean from a social media standpoint. I mean, I think, you know, sue fell though, he doesn't have a huge following like when her social media, but she is about a sharp in my mind. I mean, she is so far then. Then she's got a book called bridging the gap from rehab performance. If you're a physical therapist set is kind of doing the hybrid deal of physical therapy and conditioning that must free. I mean that's chapter. Eight of that book is my favorite chapter any book, physical therapy conditioning related so go check her stuff on check that book out because she's she's fantastic. Love the are. What else you got? You know, I would say, you know, one of our buddies here in town. He actually moved back to Wisconsin. His name is Jeff burger you're doing excellent things out there checking I think he's just not Facebook right now. But definitely go check out Jeff Berg. He's one of those guys that he kind of on the cusp of trying to do his own thing, which he definitely need to take that leap and just just jump on into our when you off the hot seat for for three questions there from our friends who've Arias and again, check them online at a you are a US medical dot com. They'll be with us the next conference in Chicago in June and it CSM in Denver in twenty twenty. Last thing we do on the. Show guys is your parting shot. This is the parting shot. The porting shot is brought to you by rock tape. More than just a tape company. Rock tape is a movement company, tools and education for medical professionals. If you look at it help your patients, go stronger longer checkout rock tape dot com. What would you want to leave the audience with its kind of your mic drop moments? Like the last thing you want them to think of before the episode end. You know, I think the biggest thing is is your physical therapist lifting. And you're kind of maybe a little advocate about doing your own thing. Just do it at least start and be consistent about posting content and building a business model and just just being willing to be vulnerable. Like that. It's the biggest thing and just really if you have aspirations go after a mom on that same. If anything wrong about working, a typical outpatient pediatric or even fielder seeing there's there's. More. If if you're if you have this vision of doing something greater than just start in along with that. I would say, you know, if you're gonna wake up in the morning and complain about your job and your live. Maybe do something about it. Then you know, instead of talking about it. Put those words and actions and go get it's not going to be easy at first, man. But it'll be worth it in the long run the QB ducks fun online at the QB ducks dot com. Their show the QB docs is on I tunes into again. Check out with these guys are doing because they're doing it. Right. That's way to reach you guys. If someone wanted to reach out ask you a question. What is it? We have you know, our Email through our website. So either drew at the docks dot com or dusty at the docks dot com. That's an easy way. But again, if anybody goes to any of our social media and leave a message on Facebook or Instagram, whatever we'll respond to that too. But gentlemen, appreciate your time. Please keep doing what you're doing. And I hope people start to pick up on it. And and do it in other avenues similar ways to you guys. Because I think it in the long run it helps people that's we wanna do. But really, it's it's showing some physical, therapists and different way to do it. And maybe they'll find happiness, and it'll trickle down. Everybody will be happy to Jimmy. The PT podcast is a product of p t pint cast LLC it is hosted and produced by p t podcasts EEO Jim McKay and CBO sky Donovan from Marymount university. We talked PT drink beer and recorded. 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We actually spent pretty much the whole weekend and the gem show, which was so much fun and gunner had such a blast. So thank you for letting us go turn mother's day into a business day. But you did get to massages that was fun and we did pick out three beautiful rings. But you know, as just join year, how mazing you articulate how much I love drop, and it made me think of what a special mom. You are can you update everyone about your concussion? I don't think we've talked to anyone since we've had guess guess for. Awesome. But we forget to tell you about our lives. So start trying to talk more, but we have such funny. Yes, speaking, guess, wait, a lot of what's the word. Not blowback. It sounds negative Lauda lot of drama in siesta key with every all the cast members up in the DM's wondering why we paulie head of certain other cast members. But Polly did ask. And if yes on the spy show, you come. So if you play to cool and don't reach out and say, hey, I wanna come on your buck as you're not going to be on the buck is also we been in his corner from day one like we really loved Cammie pin tile like by great character. We are Spencer. You've been advocating for him to be on show more and kind of coaching him. So I feel like he's our I connect that we even had towards that show. He's one of the first people that you ever interacted with. So really, you know, he's been the closest to us. But yes, mother's day was great. We. Went down on Friday without Gunnar to the gem show because needed to look at the new coons, bracelets and look at all this new stuff, and it's really hard with gutter and I had such a not foam. Oh 'cause I was there. But I saw the moms with the kids the role there like two kids. What I was like, oh my gosh. I wish gunner was here in them. We brought Gunnar there on Sunday. And it was so hard because he just wants to like hold all these crystals and everything so fragile these buyers are not like super kid friendly 'cause it's their merchandise that they're trying to sell. So rightfully so. And it was yeah. It was very challenging. But thankfully, slept all the way down there. And we got some great stuff, and we already had bought most of our things, and then yeah, we went down Sunday. And then I had a massage which was great, but I still have a concussion from last week because I was in the park with gutter and I'm very sleep deprived. As you all know to Sherwin way too much, but we. You're climbing up. These little metal stairs to get onto the big playground. And so I was like helping Gunnar to climb up, and then I was going in after him because it's such a big drop. I wouldn't want him to fall there's like two slides, but don't leave him alone up there. And so I went to go in after him, and I stood up as fast as I could. And I slammed my head on his top metal bar that I didn't even see that's like too high for kids to hit. But not for dolts goes, they don't even think adults are on the playroom probably like how am I getting hit? And so then I'm up there. And I'm almost knocked unconscious. I everything is so hazy. I can hardly see I can't think everything's like blurry disoriented. I called Spencer of like you need to know what's going on. I might like just pass outright here. What would I do with goner? I mean that was such a scary moment like other moms wouldn't know. He would be up there. He could easily get hurt. And I mean anything could happen. So really made me think like what what do you even do? Not situation and suspense or race down from the office. He was at Pratt headquarters it. Yeah. It was just really scary. It was such a scary moment. And then my whole spine like went down into spy my teeth completely like chattered. I thought that I broke my teeth. I thought I broke my spine of never hit my head so hard like that were everything just like went back down into my body. So anyways, I've been going to my chiropractor. Who's also a doctor, and he has been like watching doing this. I tests because you can't get more I for concussion. There's no way for them to like track concussions. I mean who knew that. But they do he'll one hundred percent they say, but you have to do like special stuff or it. So anyways, my is still like wobbles when it's supposed to go left, and right and I'm supposed to sleep because that's what heals a concussion, but I don't sleep. So the past few nights Spencer's been sleeping in bed with gutter which is good because he. He really doesn't want his mom lately. He does you just always like put low. She could hold the mic on meeting. My share you hold. You. Hold your mic for good solid. The while long way logger that you held my my. I think it's because you do more of the like mom stuff like putting on sunscreen. You know, making sure lotion on to the frustrating stuff that is like, and then you I you just hand on when you're done. I get easy stuff. Now. That's not true. He just was hitting me in the face 'cause you is were in the bath in shower together. And then you went upstairs for minute. Any started hitting me in a face in so upset the I like took you away from him. It has nothing to do with any of that. He just wants to be with you. And he doesn't wanna be with me in somehow he blames me for you going somewhere, and it it's just I'm trying not to be codependent. And this is a really good lesson than young age. Not to take his emotions on me. Because my first initial thought was my feelings were really hurt. Maguire is he hitting me? I'm mommy, but it's like, you know, what Susan personal this is what he's going through. And I need to have a little separation as a good time for you to be. Be able to step in and put him to bed and do these other things that won't able to have another child and thankfully, wiser sleeping together more. So hopefully, I'll get lots of rest, and you can enjoy the taller bed. We're gonna get a Queen size bed. Now that I'm being in there because my legs do not fit, and it is very uncomfortable. But I will say I am enjoying him say dad that so much. He you mom. He did smack Heidi sole hard with not you personally Abby said today when he woke up from his nap. He just smacked. She said, she's definitely nervoun heart her whole life. She's like he's the strongest pricky on planet break my nose. I have to be so careful keeps hitting me in the face all the time. And I just don't understand why. And so we're trying to put him I'm trying to say oh time. Ow. And put him in separate him, which does help and has been helping. But I Don this whole hitting thing. I mean, it's very normal for his age a lot of people do, but why does he ever hit? You. What the heck he hits me? All like me. He definitely hits me on a my gosh. Last night. I forgot to tell you did I tell you. I definitely have Dr listen sitting across from a dinner Georgios was Denise Richards, who at one time used to act like she. New Heidi and Spencer. But now that she's Beverly Hills housewife, maybe she was just not in a good mood. I'll Nova it was looking at me table the table entire time. Didn't even knowledge say, hi. So you know, I didn't go and say, hi, Denise Richards itself. Yup. Celebrity citing I'm not her not not her entities. Richard saying about Reese Witherspoon was also at dinner and Steven Spielberg's wife. So I got a lot of frigging Clough energy last night. I was privy freaking excited about it. But about governor governor fell in love with this old man's? Let's not say escort. I don't know. I don't wanna soom annot wasn't his daughter. And he was sitting next to us talking berry, hyper sexualize with her and that he met her on a yacht in she was from Amsterdam and Gunnar across across the booth sat in her lap, which I don't think she was feeling too much. But she played a cool Kenner was just smiling Killeen. And he was in love. I know that was so cute seeing a video she was really sweet about it. And he just got giddy. So that was really really cute. Thank god. The hills premier date got pushed because what we realized is a successful as we were. We were ready for a new onslaught of customers. I we have our customers and our base of people that continue. But if it aired when it was supposed to allegedly I don't think we would have had the product inventory the content needed. Just a team or just putting a lot of new pieces in play. We hired to social media people to be in charge of making sure all the post. Go up regularly zitar are enough managing your own social media accounts. But to manage a business counts. Also, it's like, oh, my Lord. And so that's really exciting that Abigail brought Alex in and we are all going to we're going to take them to celebrate. We're invited to a VIP odor. You hear back from Gucci still waiting to hear back. If governor is allowed to go to the private party, a coochie 'cause Abigail and Alex love Gucci as much as we do. And speaking of Gucci the other morning Gunnar woke up climbed out of his bed when into his closet picked his new Gucci shoes that he'd never even worn before that we didn't even think he liked put them on and just start dancing like he is a frigging possess tap dancer from the. Twenties or something it was the cutest thing. And even though I haven't slept for Marlin full hour that night it really put me in a great mood. So I'm glad he danced his little pants, Saul. He's okay in any. He got only wants to good cheese, then he grabbed his other Gucci pair and made me put them on. 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But you know, what we're focusing on the positive, and we have a lot going on with our business with our son with our marriage with our lives, and it seems like that drama has been, you know, not going anywhere for a while. But it's it's a blessing to have our son, everything great. So we're just going to focus on on the good things and get ready for New York. We were going to go to London for the press tour, but then we would be gone for over two weeks. And then we're going to be going to Colorado the end to be gone for all June. That's a long time to leave our dogs and a paper a house sitter in a dog, sitter and security, and I mean, all this stuff. So also, my main. In reason for not going to London is because the time change it's like nine hours, seven hour time, change, whatever it is. And I'm really getting any sleep as a m I'm on the brink of just have a frigging concussion for goodness sake. So I definitely just need as much sleep as they can. And the last thing I need to be doing is waking up and only getting two hours of sleep for like morning shows and going on a nine hour flight with Gunnar to sounds like session nightmare. He can hardly sit in his highchair. Let alone be expected to sit in the seat and with his ears and pressure and all these sicknesses everywhere in everything. So we're not going to happen. But we are going to go to New York and we're bringing miss Abby gunners. Assistant aka one of my best friends, aka Prodi worker. I mean, she really she does it all she wrote her boyfriend. Thank you on the Mike again for me, if you keep hearing a little tease because we're drinking delicious red. One from France until they said in France. Yeah. Thanks abigail. Her boyfriend is one of the most famous photographer Czyz specialties, actually ecommerce, so he shot all of our new high end product rings. He did a full photo shoot with Heidi the other day in his studio. So we're just really just trying to lock everything in before June. Twenty-fourth spoiler alert game of thrones hem internet end ID at a very iconic tweet last night after she went to bed. I read it was like, I don't understand. Why is this show even being? I just don't get like we could definitely do another season or two they all make so much money about whatever. Books could just keep making it up. Hello, he'll have great much nations. But I loved I'm loving this season. I don't even stay up late for TV in. I'm staying up so late for this till like ten o'clock ten thirty. But oh, it's just like such good must see TV. So I liked last night. Because Khalidi is obviously losing it. She soc dosa. Jon snow. She can't even handle. And it shows that she's just as bad as everyone else. She's just power hungry. And that those were her people that she could save them the bell was ringing, and it was just it was just shocking. So I'm glad that John snow try to stop the people, and I hope that he turns it on colle- seeking and gets her. He is the rightful heir and he needs take his throne. So I can't wait. But I'm so sad. It's like the last episode also. I'm actually more sad about very Cavalary to be honest. I hear more sad than giving her. I love very careful. But this is the last breaking episode ever of game. Forget thrones. Yeah. It like Jay colors become the new John snow on television. I love Jay Cutler, and that's one of my favorite shows also. But that's coming back for another season. And this is the end that is true. Very cavalier was picked up for another season. Congrats Kristen, you know, who was not which I'm a little frustrated because MTV wouldn't let me go on her show in like, we'll have you go on when it's closer to the hills, airing will guess what MTV he cancel busy tonight. And now, I can't go on busy tonight. And it was going to be such a good thing issues in a pump up my crystal. She loves Brad Christos was friends with her best friend Kelly. Oxford is going to be such a great experience. The first off show is probably gonna be all positive and now. Don't get to go on. So thanks MTV has great plan. He really appreciate that one. It's not so typical there's one person who is like reached so positive loves you reaches out. And then it gets cancelled and sabotage. It's like gosh that is just so frustrating. So let's say a prayer for the lady gang TV show because that's another show that TV wouldn't let me go on. Let's pray. They picked up in don't get cancel because that would be another great setting where Prodi energy would be embraced versus these other morning. Talk shows where we're going to be asked all sorts of questions about lies that are out there in the media that we can't really even get into because it's just like pouring gasoline on a fire that we never even started never once started suppose psych such an emotional roller coaster 'cause yeah, there's only a few outlets with people that actually want to be positive, and we're going to end up fun all the negative ones is going to be like. So we read lobby I block in here. Read a lot of things on the internet and most of them aren't true. But I'm just going to be like this, no comment. What do you mean? No comment. No comment. Oh, you have to answer that we use. Why you here? No. I don't. Nope. Yeah. We're not falling into that trap. Because it feel like a trap is been set more not gonna do that. So no comment comment and ask we're not politicians. We don't have to have an answer to anything. It's like, no we're not talking about. And there is no comment. That's that's what the comment I never appreciated that expression so much no comment and real-life have no comment. Anyways. So y'all lading loves you. I don't think that they're going to go anywhere on. I am a little nervous. A few talk shows that were going on. Because like my manager said they've brought you on to use you as a punching bag in the past. Like, I'm glad you felt that way too. Because the us definitely how I felt like a punching bag after I left but joke on them because we're really going on a product press store because we have a lot of crystals, and we're gonna just grid the earth, positively while we're out there. So it's going to be a lot. And we're going to have governor and Abby and crystal ni- makeup artists slash hairstylist. And she's going to be coming with us. Which would be great. But yeah, but we also Tanya we love Tanya, and she's I e and she's not going anywhere. I feel like she's definitely the new Jason Kennedy Catt Sadler. She is just has super power. So I love. Of having her on shoe, so positive. It's so nice. And you meet people who just have light radiating from them. It's it's rare especially in this industry. But it's just so nice when people love their own life, and what they're doing and are happy with themselves, and such a awesome godly woman that just really comes out because when people aren't happy with themselves. They can't be happy with you and knots. The unfortunate part of what I think a lot of the problem in this world is, but anyways, what else is going on in pop culture Spencer pry in feel like you're the grew. I'm trying to decide of somebody will get up so us, but I kind of really wanted to have Sean booth on the vodkas because Kaitlyn bristowe recently went on the lady gang TV show in implied. After Jack had said that she thought that Sean was effing intimidated by Caitlyn. In Caitlyn responded with. I think the show is too hard for someone to get over. I don't know. That's what I'm going off of. And I just feel like Sean is ready to unleash, and I guess the content junkie in me once in dispute all his emotions on our podcast and to have go barrel hope killing when did to upset. We have. We were all mutual friends. It would be however, a Pat you on the bug. We've had Sean on it would be like Kazakh like, Sean, I love to hear what Sean has to think about feel like Kaelin and Jason are about to get married. If you didn't know. Kayla. Calendar says now dating a former bachelor Zeon paradise was the bachelorette you mean in his name. What's his name Jason tart Kartik? So that's speaking of bachelor, also, I'm pretty sure siesta key may have a new bachelor character because today, Juliet, Alex is ex and the narrator, Juliet is the narrator Sissy posted a photo kissing on the beach of siesta key with Robbie Hayes and he was on what season was he on? He is bed all around that bachelor block while anyway, he is not fresh and he's stuck finale or than her. 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I would be very entertainment that I have a problem with these coons, eight bracelets Spencer night spot. I wanna keep them all we're doubling out them. Thirty toll MacKenzie that we spend a really frigging lot of money on them. We sit on them long term till our consumers at the level. Like, these are never gonna be able to get these again so stuff that we never get on. We should just sit on as like a stash like our lead elite. So for all we know for years. You know, our site could be selling way more expensive stuff, and that will fit that audience. Because I mean, we can't sell these are these are coons site beads Coon, Zych cats, I beat Andy is are worth five times more six times more than we even bought them for it. And they're so expensive, and they're one of a kind we bought all of them. We wrote a very large investment check. The thing is with these beads though, is they will never make him again as Selam by carrots. So each one of these beads is worth like a hundred dollars. And there's like twelve beads on H bracelet and each one is so individually beautiful, you cannot get coons ate beans. I mean, these are just unbelievable. So as I wear them, I having a very hard time selling him a whole different now, I know no Rugrats buying those and coons is my favorite crystal. So I think we keep them and give them as gifts to like Lee. Lee level via guy Pete no like like Taylor swift, Arianna Gandhi. Like when we meet these people and Mike have rake sheet them, I'm not giving his way. I was just saying that we're never going to be hanging out with these people. I addressed it on my Snapchat. I I'm very emotional. If you've noticed I haven't even been playing Taylor anymore in the mornings. I know. Read have a little red wine for him tells us. Yes, sensors vary upset because he's been playing Taylor swift in his like, the one of the number one swift es and loves her so much playing her song for like two years straight, however long every single morning has got her dance to it. It's like part of their whole lifestyle and he didn't get the Taylor swift box. And he's very upset about it. Even the even contacts e were like, ooh, you didn't get the Taylor swift Boggs hamlet wine to you know, I know, it's petty. It is people like you should love people. But it's just the some of the people ninety those I need to say this is some of the people that I've seen get this box in ready for this. The new merch is tied. I I'm not gonna say I invented tied. I, but I was wearing tied. I since two thousand eight pretty much on a weekly basis on television. I met Taylor wearing a tight shirt and a tie hoodie tied around my waist. She knows. I obviously love tidy. So she is sending tie-dye. And then I started thinking, do you think she was upset that I didn't surp- playing me? And that's why I'm like my into deep like Judy. She is not watching it here rain. I she's busy will know ninja. Welcome up. Care about me doesn't care about me different crazy life. I can't believe at a he doesn't really care. So garner has a little cough, and he's at a really hard time sleeping. He didn't have enough hours last night. He only had a forty five minute nap states only been asleep for forty three minutes. So that just makes for a long night. But gosh censor is the best dad ever. He is so hands on he. So unbelievably loving and sweet and kind, and it's just like, it brings tears to my is to watch him be adad, especially because there was a point in time raise like, I don't know if I can't be a dad with all the negativity and with where we're honor life like it's always something he wanted to do. But just didn't know if he was able, and you know is so awesome to see him just thriving in being able to provide and where we are in our life and just all the attention to say. To me. Like, hey, how are we gonna do number two? But it's like, well you were asking her. Do you never win it? Now, you're thriving. So don't worry about it. But that is a good thing with Gunnar wanting Spenser more feel like that's a good natural place to be because it was just me for. I mean, no Spencer was very involved. But like on our wanted me more for the past year, and however months, so it's really great that he is wanting Spenser more than it makes him feel more needed and more involved in. Yeah. She's really cute and really great some baby. Number two. We're coming soon as soon as I start sleeping and in the morning. It's just it's a lot with gunner. I'm like, what am I gonna cook him? That's one of my number one problems right now is I'm having a hard time getting governor to eat a different variety food. And so if you're looking for a hot simple meal to start your day off like I am then you need to try just crack an AIG. It's so easy. It's awesome. It's less than two minutes. You'll have breakfast heaven with hot fluffy breakfast. Scramble you just add a into this Cup and gonna really loves it. I really love it. It's so easy. You just out of fresh eggs, stir microwave in your love for breakfast will be reignited because I love breakfast. And sometimes you just get so sick of scrambled egg or an over easy ager hardboiled egg. But this is great. It's like a rush on basically also just cracking egg has no artificial flavors, dyes, or preservatives and us really important for my son. But even better is how fluffy cheesy and delicious. It is. I almost wanted for dinner. It comes in seven different varieties including classics like Denver, an all American and three brand new kinds Beggie southwest style. And protein packed scrambles. Censor loves that one because it's booking Susan for him. He definitely is lifting a lot away and building those muscles. So don't wait for the weekend to get your hot breakfast at you'll love into your morning timed around with your arms wide open to a guy out and take breakfast bath. With just crack an egg. That's a great breakfast style for any of you guys out there. But yeah, we definitely have a lot going on. We have a lot coming up. And we're just gonna take it one one day at time. My new woman crush is. Sophie Turner from gamma thrown Spencer's and showing me all her videos where she was at the baseball game went on the Jumbotron, and then just like chugged, the wine and she so funny and then her aria song. Oh, yeah. Aria is that? Like, she is so fricking funding on social media nuts. My love social media when it religious show goes you someone else's personality like a loved her character. But then I'm obsessed with her wanna hang out with her as a friend to those jobs brothers have the three most awesome wives, and they all hang out in the going just together. And they hang out. And I love Danny. I was loved the Jonas brothers TV show. Obviously, I love reality TV. So I loved her, and she is so great. And then they have the other ones in. It's just so cool that they all hang out together and have such unlike sister-in-law time, which seems really nice, but yeah, I I love her. She's my new obsession, and I'm really excited for the new bachelorette Hannam Brown, and she is going to be rid bachelor. She's so cute, and I really enjoyed her in the last season of the bachelor. So, you know, it's her time to. Is her time to shine here and with Colton I think it was good timing for her not to have him. And so she's really the winner. Can't wait to see how this goes in. It's so fun to see who they bring back on the bachelor 'cause I feel like that's the whole new thing. Like they bring back three bachelorettes to talk to her. And did I think actually Kaitlyn bristowe comes on and talks about like her scrunchy or her scrunchy line or something like that? But gunner is still crying. And they might have to go down there myself, oh walking towards me. Not he's been so sick. He just got this Coppedge like it's the the six season, also, Nikki Bella, I love her. But I didn't they should be without John CENA. So it's so interesting to see who she is moving on with. Yeah. And actually hurt his new girlfriend likes a lot like Nikki, and Nikki I had no idea that she loved Anna to the stars so much. I mean, I guess that's when on the show when she likes pulling away from John More and more. But yeah, another one of my favorite couples is Justin Bieber and Haley Baldwin. I know that we've talked about it. But the MAC out was so fun. I loved watching all the different looks in Haley looked on believable. It was camp. Which was a great theme. And there were some amazing office. It really wish that we could go. Not famous unless you're right is the mecca, and you know, what we haven't been invited yet. But there's hope I'm I'm hoping that one day we will get vita to the met gala up. Here comes Spencer is talking about the bet gala good jobs fence, see coughing has always waking up some much for a little guy. Worse. Johnson said. Says germs everywhere. Adults are on goes out sick in public. City. We're gonna do the hardest part about leaving list. I'm pretty good at I'll list. Cut my hair. Oh, you looked at that gala seven. Sure you thinking. Jay hunt. Do it. I mean, his head hair. He's saying coach sorry. She's fried. All this is so right cream anything here initial. I support decisions see still asleep. Was that a whole? It's your heart pounding. You. Don't wanna breathe so yeah, it's nice to be breathing again that was challenging little 'cause you don't wanna read too hard and wake up. Mom. So punish your next kid? I bet you sure won't do this whole sleeping way. You did. And I was like a bet you're wrong. Now, I am going to do it differently. I'm only gonna have the kid in the bed for two months. And I am going to start doing more the crib and have a better sleep timing. But some kids are born great sleeper. So I went to my friend, Jim bunnies. House will now she stint gen dumpy. I went to her house today and her kids sleeps great always has he's long naps. And I'm there, and it's the first nap he missed and I'm like, Jenn. It's my fault. Some weird thing with me makes kids not wanna sleep like he was smiling at me and having so much fun. And then it was naptime, and he was so tired. And then he couldn't go down for his nap every single day. This kid has a two hour. Minimum nap. And I get there any only sleeps forty minutes. So what the Frick Spence, I think you just have such magical energy that kids just wanna stay awake. And make sure that you're just still there. And they don't want to see because you won't be there. That's really kind. But I don't know what it is. It's like it's really weird. I don't know. But Lord, Jesus, please. Let our next kid be the miracle sleeper because some people get them. Oh, my cages from day one set from seven to seven. I'm like, okay. Whatever real crazy can't believe that anyways buys all hot at amazing weather day for you news is the bachelorette premiered in. I are they so his freaking a rod and J lo are having a pizza party. I just got notification. 'cause you always know I get all the breaking news people care about. Whoa. We have wine tonight. We need to open a bottle. Wow. The bachelor base sexy house will I'm going to Tibo it people even existed anymore. I don't think. So you know, what what I think we have a really sexy life. Dial it down there. There's no one listening. Well, I feel like that's an important part of marriage. You know? Okay. I wash the bunnies. I definitely tell everyone on cameo that they're likely to advice for relationship sex the. What I need more CV D. I want to I'm gonna dose on summit CD, and I'm going to skin go load up on freaking Little Caesars pizza because you know. I love them five meat feast. If you love meat Little Caesars has a peach to review the five meat feast. It's a large pizza with pepperoni sausage bacon. Beat n him for only nine bucks. Plus tax were applicable available at participating locations the five meat. He's only nine dollars at Little Caesars. Oh, yeah. It's a good piled high with pepperoni sausage bacon. Beef and ham every day from four to eight PM or order one anytime on the Little Caesars app and skipped register with pizza portal pickup. It's Little Caesars exclusive, and you're gonna love it. The outrageously meaty five meat feast is. Only available at Little Caesars. Get one tonight. Canadian bacon will be substituted for him in certain areas. I watched the funniest thing if you is have nots knit pleased Saturday live mother's day wash. It it I- hysterically cried. It's the mother's day skit like the newest one that just came out, my friend, Ashley Dupre, now, actually, whatever her last name is Senate to me. And I cried I sent it to all my friends. It's the funniest thing this girl sitting in a row her husband's on the phone, and then she's like for mother's day. Can you just give me five minutes along with my mom? And so the guy's like. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Sure. And like takes the kid in the other room, and then she's like mom. I just don't remember you ever getting upset with me. Why are you such a perfect mom and then flashes back to the mom like yelling at her and Cussing? And then she says her daughter, oh because you were so perfect. And then it's like, yeah. But mom, you were always so put together I just feel like such a mess. Message like sleep-deprived all this. And then a flashes back to the mom like walking out her underwear yelling at the neighbors. She's like, oh, you know. I just did this. And then she's like mom, you never yelled at me. And it flashback the mom like screaming at her sick. You were just so perfect. But anyways, it was so funny. I was crying because I feel like I'm always asking my mom. I'm like mom. You just seemed like it was so easy. And like how was it so easy for you? Like, I don't know. It just wasn't. I'm always like, you know, it is so great, and I love him on more than anything in the entire Royal besides being spent throughs by but sometimes it is horrid you get tired in may just seemed so much so easy for my mom. But anyways, if you guys haven't seen that please you will cry laughing. It's one of the us things ever side note. But yeah, I don't know how we're gonna sell these Gonzei. They're so beautiful. Also, they're two different sizes, by the way. And so Kim Unum flirt off. But yeah. So watch Sharon, I live sound super funding. Oh. And then she's like the mom's like oh. That you guys seem like you keep it sexy. And she's like, yeah. You know, I try a really good sex life as his law came from. And then a flashes to like her and her husband in bed. She's like so unsexy thinks that she's being sexy in the husband's like, oh, never mind. Good. Anyway. Grind loving. That's funny. So everyone Heidi to recaps ally for you just hitter DeAnne cheese. I felt like I have so many things to talk about. But my brain is fricking melted advocating cussin' and you've only been sleep deprived. This one of my favorite quotes mentors ever said in my entire life. So Spencer spent the night two nights in a row and gunners bed. And then he looks at me all upset like, I'm so tired. I'm like, Honey, you've only had two nights this. I've been doing this for a year and a half. He's a when did we become even when when did it become you? Crying laughing asked to be one of the funniest things. He's ever said to me when it is even it would take a year and a half to be even what are you talking about? It's only been two-night s-. But that's what my favorite stories, but you were built clearly tougher than me. Yeah. I am. I never said I all I can stay up overnight with. I was never friends say how do you do that? They're not. So then why are you surprised when I'm like, what did this be me just say even spend two nights? I've been doing this for a year in up while you're talking about even as relative. Melting. I. Funny is is funny is saying it's not a penny. As the best thing is I didn't even know how much I love Spencer until I saw him be a dad, and it's taken me through a whole new level. So I love you so much more. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, I've been bragging by it. When you're down there with gutter. All tune out to this. All right anyways. We gotta get going to watch the bachelor. We've gotta catch up on very Cavalieri. Well, then you better think about it because I don't have much more chocolate. I'm I'm leaving. You're not just getting into this podcast speaking to Paul is it just as every single person on planet earth have Dame podcast now. It's like, oh my gosh. So if you're listening to this also got a podcast. It's like, okay, none. You had a podcast. None. You even wanted to do a podcast. And if you would even Joe. Like made fun of our podcast. And now, you all have a podcast like, okay copycats? It's okay, though, his copycatting the form of flattery, blah, blah, blah, disagree thing is loser shit. Really getting nervous for this whole ills play out. No, it's a blessing. But I am just terrified it is going up in our face. Totally. It's like siesta key. And that's why when you're talking to on everybody on key. And paulie about it's like there is only so much you can do and film. And then it's a lot in the edit. It is for entertainment. So it's like you just have to be so understanding it. I would think you would be more than anyone because you know, how it is with that it I'm so used to all the positivity from Snapchat and just literally eight years of dispense USA, funniest grimness is going to be a square it's gonna be player. Like, the jagged moody fly through king's landing on all of my positivity that I built inside just that's all night visualizes. The bills is the dragon flying through my little world. Because you have a cast that's been wanting to take you down for years in his so mad because none of them have like or not none of them a lot of them haven't reinvented their images and haven't gone were. They wanna go in like they've been very vocal about you know, where you are. And not wanting you to be there, they want you to be the old Spencer and have the old thing and have them be their applications and not it's really hard place to be when you have a cast that just wants to take you down. And not have you be who you are. So it's like the thing with the hills and with reality TV, it's like it's a certain part of you in a setting of a group of friends from not friends a group of people from a longtime ago altered strangers who have been debt as against you wanna take you down. That's a really hard place to be. So it's not Spencer at home with Gunnar and Heidi and product crystals on a daily basis. It's a very unique situation. It's like going in big brother without people knowing that you're in a. House you're in a very weird setting of your life with people you don't normally interact with that have passed problems with you or us, and you know, that our image crafting, and they wanna come off goods. So they wanna make you look bad. So they look better. And that's the part of reality TV that gets captured. Everybody wants to look the best. Everybody wants to promote this. Everybody wants to be image cropping, and I feel like your very authentic with who you are. And you're not trying to put on this whole facade. I didn't live a different life, and a lot of these people are, and so it's a weird place to be well on a whole different to than the, you know, this idea. Eighty you know. Yeah. Today, she went to court, and as part she wants out of the conservatives chip in all the free stuff freaking Britain's sprinting. So she doesn't want to be soon for like eleven years, whatever. Crazy if you will do that. But then I see crazy you'll then I'm like, they should be under considered or says, I saw balance there are people out there that do need people to like make sure there are medicine that they see doctors and they're piss in like a knee in person like it's been her and it's her career. It's her life. She's built off. She's the successor of it all it's very different than people who are like wanting to capitalize off of. It's just different. It's very very different. So I just dealing with poor Brittany. Like, just free Brittany. She deserves her own money. She has been under this for Wong. She's a mom. She wants a new life her mom's on her side. So it's like, you know, poor Britney, not so hard. What a hard place to be. Very connected to that story of Ghana behind in knows. I don't think I'd love Brittany. I wished she could be fried. It's come on. Brad. Abi your best friend. You've ever had your writer die Britney. Okay. But that's it. I gotta get ready for bed. I'm getting tired skewing the ones just kicking in. Now, you can do whatever you can finish his podcast zone. K? You can be both parties. Spidey? I I'm out of here. You're gonna do more tomorrow. No. We're not just Kellen now. So thank you. Bye. So much for a new episode makes petty famous. Nope. Excuse me. Thank you for listening to an episode of the Spidey show. See you guys later have a great night. Thanks for all your reviews. Keep them coming off. I have star goodbye wool. Everyone's going straight to that sections. You. 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Episode 376 - The Whole Foods Rage

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Episode 376 - The Whole Foods Rage

"It. Gentlemen. Oh, come to the rock patters. Bye, go spent dot com. Bro. James favorites storing with grocery swing. Grow free star Holford. Yes. Yeah. Can you explain to me, why at a whole foods? Everybody treats the parking lot, like we're in a like a third world country. But do you mean? Driving in their the anger. The rage. The desperation, it's as if like they're going to run out a food. Yeah. Something happens and ours here as I don't know. Maybe ten fifteen cars in it, right? I got the old like I'm coming out of the parking lot. There's a million open sponsor like a million I got the old. What did you do? I just pulled out pulled out into the street clearly gonna turn in and get a parking space, like who cares? Right. No big deal. She was in some race for death against time or. Maybe it was the time of day that I went in because they switch the hot bar from breakfast lunch. She lost the shit inside of her body. Again, rich white lady, you know, talked about rich way. Ladies all the time. This is another example of where it's just like you're ruining it. Right. And I did something that I've never done before, when like, you know, usually give a polite wave or something like that. Right. Like, oh, maybe I cut you off or whatever. I know it didn't cut this fucking lady off was eight hundred spots there. So I just shrug like this. And like we were like window to window and she passed by me, real slow to be. You know what you did? And I just looked at her and I go. She. Just like that. And like I gave that little laugh, and she was so shocked by it that it was like, I think it kind of brought her back to reality of, like, hey, man. We're at whole foods right now in vain, like whole foods were not in Russia, waiting for the last sack of potatoes to be delivered for the neighborhood. We're at fucking whole foods in Wilmington, North Carolina. Like your good. I'm everybody's fine today. Everything's gonna be fine today. I don't I just can't wrap my mind around what it is about that place that, like people are on edge like they are just getting their pushed to the brink there in the parking lot of whole foods or like. So here's what it is. And I've had more like fights and more kind of situations like that in whole foods, and trader Joe's than anywhere else, mostly liberal. Yeah. Yeah. Why? Yes. Normally she was going to say majority. And you have to be, you know with that demographic, you have to be very delicate. So it's. And so when you when I'm backing out like I have to make sure that nobody's even close to even walking because it'll be like. They like that was the reaction. Person pulling out and you could stop your body. Sure. 'cause you're walking you can see them. And they just it's this thing they love to be like. Offended. I need to be so much like I need to be so much more, delicate than let's say Food, Lion, where I pull out somebody's like it's coal and call no worries. And everyone's just kind of doing their thing getting, they see someone coming. They stopped the Food, Lion kill dude. But you'd kill dude. And it'd be like, guess, man. So is getting my kids out of the car. And there was a car that parked that I mean, you're parked pretty close and I have to get like a carrier out, and it was like open the door, and I was getting the carry out, and it kinda just like me win over the tiniest bit. Right. Tink not like the door. Not a big thing. But the guy gets out. He's in there in a cell phone people are always sitting as well in their cars. They're either waiting for someone or using WI fi. I don't know what they're fucking doing, but they're always sitting in their car. He gets out like sees me like. Struggling with the kids rubs. He goes, oh, are you sorry? And I was like. I mean no. He's like, oh, okay, eighths. Okay. Then. And I'm like, okay, because you have the baby out of that point. Yeah. Had the baby out. You know if I would have been there how great that would it turn? Oh, totally had the baby out carrying the close the door. He gets out rubs older. Guy. Looks riches shit guy the nicest car. It wasn't a fucking Benz or anything it was just like an Audi or something, right? Like a Dushi rich wholefoods guy car. Are you? Sorry. I really like. No, there's no fucking mar. I mean I would be like oh, it's cool. I was just check. It's cool. I was just checking that's me. I was I was there with you. Can you imagine? I would've sent you guys into the store and taking shit on his hood. It was like. Dumped out. Do do apple milkshake the whole thing. How'd you? Any side. Yeah. In get me kale, kale kale, and I would eat it as fast as I can, and then just shred over his window. Yeah. I mean I'm talking like it looks like fucking Bill Paxon in twister, where it's just there's so much to bre- that you don't know what's going on through saying it wasn't like a slam. I had already opened it to like thing. I'm like, making sure okay it's good. Getting the kid out it kind of a little bit. Fuck it happens. You know what I'm saying it happens? But I'm saying there, you're right. It's just you have to be so delegate, see so coming and I have to like stop and like, wait a half an hour for them to walk in of my car. Because if I go at all, it's the thing of like. I'm walking here. Carson even allowed in the world. I'm in whole foods. Right. Carbon footprint as they walk out to their car. Right. So this woman called me go crazy. She caught me at a nice time where it was just like. The new the latest to bony their songs just dropped. You know. So with apple music, you get back into the car, and it's, it's connected to wifi already or youth, or whatever. And so that was already on, you know, happy fucking depressing song. And I just looked at it and I was like shit. Yeah, yeah, yeah. At least I always give those kinds. It was it was like Draymond green beans. The he just like where the opposite is chick filet. Now Chick-fil-A is a goddamn now you that runs like a third world country. Right. Where it's you, you think that a fucking sue NAMI is coming, and you've got to get all the food out of there. There's two lines you've got a rapper you gotta drive around the parking lot, and then get towards the back of the back and then be wait to wave through for that one thing. But yet, everybody's polite. You know, the drill at chick fillet everybody's doing what they should be doing. Oh, yeah. And I think it's in line very. Chick-fil-a is, you know that you're waiting for Jesus chicken essentially at that point. Right. And no mistakes. Yes, dick there. Nobody's pissed. You know you go to the line, you're like, well, you almost feel like it's your fault. I came at the wrong time, I don't even check the bag now because they get it right. Every time every time I went, maybe two weeks ago, took the boy there. The computer was down. And she was working on it. She was like she was like, I'm sorry. This'll be back up in a minute. I was like, no worries. And she goes, no, no. It's free. You can just take your meal and go, it's our. It's our mistake. So you now twenty dollar meal that I picked up for the children. And I was like chain whole foods, not only do they take your entire paycheck, which is obviously why they call it whole paycheck. But then the people are fucking ups just cooks. Just a bunch of kirks walking around. We are all Cox, right? Yes. Like wanting it. We want to feel like you're outside lands fest in San Francisco, like everybody's just. Yeah. But that's what I feel even on the other side of the country. I'm like, what the fuck fuck entitles you to that? You're fucking shrugs and. Team. When you can kill you. We any did you're just like, oh, man, yeah, it's the real world homes. Yeah, I'm getting out and fucking beating your ass, but not where it whole foods. So you let it slide. Because somehow, you know, pulling in their of the snide -ness of that place in your I'm expecting a little snark. Little attitude, from at least two two people in there. Why grab handfuls shit that the fucking hot bar, Papua mouth, and don't pay for it? Do you this kind of? It's kind of what my way back giving back today was take the guy out of Food Lion. The deal. Was this like I grab it like a little handful of those little garlic sticks. Sesame see know what I'm talking about right there about an inch loan pop a few those guys, those guys mouth, and that's kind of my way back at them. Okay, get fucked. You feel like we're even now like because of the snark and everything that I've got to put up with. Yeah. We're even know I'm gonna get a few dirty looks from somebody. Yeah. What you know, when I walked in this morning hair was wet summer Swayze and full of fact, obviously. And I was in no mood for that bullshit. So whatever pop eight of the sesame sticks a mouth that really put a. Frown upside down, and this old dome. This is meant smell f. When you say smaller. That's just me. It's my life. Oh, it's your last. Ma it's my life. But you're right. It's, it's a weird liberal thing. And like no matter what you say about the fucking Trump people, whatever right there. White trash, WalMart, people or whatever they always say, right liberals of the angriest, and like it's always like the angriest most violent like fuck, yo. Yeah. Dude. Yeah. And. Pointed that out on Letterman, the other. Yeah. To be the most delicate with them. That's what I mean. Joe nuts Letterman David Letterman was going on a tirade about Trump and the people in the supporters and all this shit and Kenny was came in. Have you actually seen liberal supporters? It's all violence, because every time I wear a hat out or something, he goes people are literally, like fuck you I want, I want to beat your ass and all of this shit, and he's just like did that never happens on, on the side because nobody really cares. Right. And I feel like it's that way at whole foods to where it's just like men shouldn't you be out like helping homeless person or whatever the fuck you claim that you like to do? I feel that way in Ohio to like just driving around Ojai, I have to be like I said, you, start you stop way, before, don't let anyone, you know, you see someone at a crosswalk, a mile away, and you've got to, like, stop make sure they because you'll get the whole. Come on, that whole thing, like because there's something about being rich and liberal, where you really. You're never you're not in a hurry. Right. So the whole thing of like slowing down or what's, what's the big? Yeah. With the big deal is they're going to fucking work at work. Yeah. So instances like that when I'm driving by, like somebody in the side of the road. You know, whenever they give me that old thing. The walk win. I'm already going fifty bro. I'm not gonna slow I'm gonna I'm gonna slam to a halt. You can gingerly walk across. And that's what I love about New York is the idea that like if you do do that you're actually gonna fuck shit up like people bike messengers, and cars and all this. They want you to just go if you see an opening go go if you had a little bit of space, just go don't do this whole. And then they go like I've had a bike like way back in the day, be like just go, what I mean. Like I, I can see where everyone's looking at the flow and you just sort of figure out your host to go. It's not this. Should I should? I should you, then there's a fucking crap all the cars and bikes and everything crashing into each other nine just everyone take care of yourself. See if you see a car pulling out, you stop doing. I mean like if you see people used to be. Come in a good day today. So I'm gonna say she can think bone avair for that because usually it would have been a series of Khan's, followed by get fucked in the rain with no lube like a lot of things like that share Desch like when someone a pedestrian that shit on the side of the road. Bring my windows down just so I get the old side swipe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because I know that travels and you're like. Kidding. They're addicted better made Monday better. Imitable yesterday was Jon Stewart. Did you see this did in front of congress? It was awesome. The fact that John Stewart had to go before congress and ask for more funding for the nine eleven. It's every five years, they have to do this shit. I didn't know that. Well, I keep trying to just like d. You know, it's up for review every five years of what they're going to funding wise, what they're going to give, and they have to keep coming every five years. I hope about that thing went massively viral and was covered everywhere. Not only was his speech, polite s-, smart, and thoughtful. It was well deserved that usually celebrities come in bitch about like, you know. Some art thing in your neighborhood where the museums, they're like, no, we can't because you're funding a museum in Monterey. We already rich enough. You guys are to fifty fifty million dollar Van Gogh and their night come on for this like this was awesome. It also made me miss John Stewart. I haven't seen him in a while. I know. And that guy is still sharp as they come. Yeah. He could I, I had this conversation with a friend of mine last night after after watching this he'd saw the same clip. And to me, that's a guy who could probably run and have a decent shot because he is thoughtful. I think so. Yeah. He he won't do it. He will never run for president. Yeah. He could make change. I think this thing is going to go through a really do after this. Now there's too much heat. I think this funding will go through. We, you know it does. But it the main thing of it is. Why do we have to keep coming back and fight for it? They want it to be something where it's just across the board. Right. Why was that kills and it's just a cause that he is passionate about to come before congress? Take some doesn't take like an invite or something like that new, I think. I think anybody that for whatever 'cause they put the person forward that they want, right? Where it's like just recently, they were trying to get more regulations on baby product skin products, and they put out Courtney Kardashian and, like had her speak, and the the the fund. It self chose her got so he has made documentaries and his famously really involved with this cause and has been for a long time. So sort of, you know, fitting and. Yeah. And, you know, these, these charities funds these movements whatever choose people that will actually make a difference. Right. If you hear him, I think this one did but. Again. I mean, I hope. Yeah, the funny thing about it was so so that explodes goes viral. Everybody's talking about it. And then today when I watched the clip I was like man, some there's not many people there. Now's like who sits who sits in for this again. I don't much about that world. And ironically this morning. He blasted congress for the low attendance during, like, I guess it was congress and they weren't even there and it was just like, right. And they, they were. And then they left and came back. And it was just, you know, it was just like they didn't care. They don't they don't really do anything for us. That's why whenever anybody bitches about the president or congress or the house representatives funk, Denver in their folk Trump, these people, these people don't give shit about us like either side. You're not you're not sitting in for nine eleven funding. Hearing what you gotta do. What do you have to do that? Dan DC like you know what I'm saying? Yeah, you're not reading these fucking bills either. Yeah. Here, just kind of voting the way you should somebody, you got an assistant reading this stuff, and then your leg, right? Cool. What's the bullet points red checks on a lot of times they just get told how, which which way. Vote is in their party. Right. So it's like so if you're Republican, you have someone that reads it and just tells you which way you're supposed to sure must something really give shit about. But grazing them either way, I think I think because of the clip and that's pretty much what it is days with, with. None of media. But, but a lot of these campaigns is, if you can get a clip just to go viral and that will make the difference. I know talk shows are doing it because they're having a hard time with ratings, the late night talk shows now. It's all about the viral clip the next day with Kimmel and Fallon and those guys. Right. Coordin- sketches and things like that. Like those clips are making more money for the company then the actual shows are now or. Like on our on our YouTube page. We're doing clips now that's for that exact reason. All right. Cool. Here's a little two minute. Refresher course of what happened today. We did that CBD thing the other day. So we do clips like that all the time. But that's what it is you get one of these things to go. And then boom. Yeah, you're good to go. And I think Jon Stewart's good to go on this. I want to jump into this euphoria show on HBO. Okay. You know that I was talking about it. Oh, yeah. Zinn diaa. She's whatever kick. She's on what making herself. Look on attractive and shit like she wants to be taken here. Researchers. It's of what it is for girls. Right. Disney. Right. So sort of Miley, Cyrus formula. Although she's not going that far that way, but she's definitely just not wearing makeup now wearing makeup and getting real getting real good. In just trying to get away from her Disney persona, which cheeses Christ, that's gotta be hard. I would imagine is ACA FRANZ had a tough time with it for years and years helps. Does doesn't feel it doesn't until it doesn't true? True and a coke. About anyone having an issue with. Rug supplement goes in smooth. No one's ever had a problem with it. Nobody on the new show. So people were bitching about two weeks ago because it just started getting reviewed we're, they said it's, it's gonna show. You know, the way teens really are graphic teen sex drugs, all that stuff. So I mean, pretty much your district scrubbing kids, I guess, right? It's what I thought from the reviews because show doesn't area. Right. Hasn't aired. It's just critics and people reviewing it. There was one thing that popped out of me and this new review that made me real jealous because, you know, I love male nudity. A lot. Okay. A lot of projects because find it hilarious and awesome. Shirk also trying to bridge, the divide between men and women nudity on screen. Okay. I think it should be equal. See more Dick's wanna see more Dixon my face. Right dangling. Nothing makes me laugh harder. They said, there's thirty painless and one episode. And I'm just reading that verbatim right now in an episode of euphoria which if we're going that route, there's no reason they shouldn't make at night. She cries, he rides. Steed. Catch it into into a TV show. It's old DX nudity. There would be thirty two. I think in an out, maybe. Yeah. Maybe more, probably more man thirty Dick's now, Elleman in now, I'm all in on this show. I don't know anything about it, right. You know, all it was the, the non attractive and dia that favor of. Yeah. 'cause we when she does up, she's cute girl. But the non attractive Diana's like do I really want to get into this now? There's thirty DX in one, please all in. Sign me up. Can't on fast enough, right? Okay. So we'll check it out. I'm looking, I'm looking forward to, you know, thirty Dick's HBO's, still h. They're still they're still gang banging in the eighties. You know. Yeah. I don't think they don't do anything horrible. I can't remember a shitty show on there. And even with we were talking about deadwood the movie, I liked it totally and it was well, look great. It was ten years hard for me to. Yeah. Shit. But like, you know, obviously game thrones and sopranos and all that stuff. Do we watch the season premiere big little lies? That's back and that was awesome. Yeah. They just do it. Right. Meryl Streep and her weird teeth teeth and her whole country's very bordering on this Doubtfire in the season. But she's making a real meal of it. Yeah. Every scene. You know they're gonna give a reward to they'll give her every award. They give her way too much screen time, all those little weird speeches and moments they really stay on her for just a couple of beats too long. But. But it's narrow this Meryl. I'm not going to buy into the hype. I wanna see more end kids, you know, Nicole Kidman's t it's. Yeah. Should've tits out like every episode last year. Yeah. Now we're like not going to see it stuff soda and we got no tits. There's not going to be as many tits. I feel like just because there's. Roese. You can't have a scene. Yeah. Or there was like random shower scenes in the co Kidman's tits that were red. And you were just like all right. Cool. Thanks for that, right. With with Meryl Streep on on the thing. I guarantee the writers tone it down where they were like, we can't have any tits from Merrill, male has rules, but should did sway in front of Merrill, don't, you know, twenty Oscars you, you put your tits away barrels, let her do whatever she asked for whatever we whatever teeth. Yeah. Just give it to her. She's the master, MRs Doubtfire. They don't question anything. She does. She was giving me a lot of Doubtfire in that, that's season premiere right? Fan. I like that show for sure and only go along. With Merrill, even though I there's an eye roll every time I see her on the fucking screen. Go with that because I'll get caught up. I will say this as a husband, I'm pretty good of watching shit with you or it's just a cool. If you wanna watch shit like you were the one who wanted watch big little lies and the show was killer great, great show, the one that I'm into now, like I'm all in. I'm invested in is the bachelorette now. Oh, are you. We've weeded out the little nobody's right. Little dumdum. Nobody. We've got our front runners right runners, I'll usually catch this with you sometimes do. Sometimes, I'm not the last one who is that dude, Colton? Yeah. You never really got on board with that one not fully all in where it was just like. All right. Cool man. But this one hand be she's, she's funny. I enjoy her shit. She seems like a real genuine person to me. No. You got. You're not. You're not buying. Yeah rock. I think you're wrong. There's things that annoy you about her. She just there's you over pronounced pronuncia words, jeez, well cheese, one for the audience. I was just thinking about. I just need long how wrong every that, that, that especially there's, especially there's some there's some disconnect. There was some kind of learning disability there was something Mela Bama. Yeah, there's there's, there's something going to be in that passer passed, she's trying hard, and she's doing her best out there. I don't really need to give people passes on the bachelorette. That's like the whole point of the show you just pass. I think you do I'm gonna just pass on them. You're allowed to have any red flags. You need to be perfect. I'm into it else. I'm out. I'm gonna new Hannah be she seems like a real one. Whereas most of these just don't you know? You like how permits skuas she is only is. He is little. She's always like that shoes. Making over sexualize. 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I want to talk about this soccer women's. Oh, yes. We've heard what you know watch the game issue. Oh, I don't watch soccer people. Don't watch and definitely not women's right. No. Not at all. They don't watch it. Do they do actually they do? True. Not. Sure. Yeah. So they going on your world, and I'll chat about it there. Are they watching it just as much? So. Okay. Oddly enough about this thirteen. Feel about. I think it's fucking greats. And don't tell you why. We bitch, all the time on this show about feminists and things like that, where it's just like you're marching for the wrong reason, or you ruining shits by bitching about everything else like. Or that women are not equal to men in certain areas, which I don't know why we can't agree on those things. The same statement can be made about women's soccer women's soccer is so much more fun to watch the men's soccer essay, and it has been for twenty five years. I know it's more fun. But are they getting the same viewership if not more? Yes. Like as it really translating, it is okay. Here's what isn't translating. The non USA games aren't right. But when the women's team plays people show out, and they show up so perfect example I'm on air yesterday doing the sports show during a row sports shares every Wednesday. And the game was on as we were doing the show. And I was reading off the scores like watching women's soccer is amazing. They're so skilled, and there's so much more exciting to watch than USA men's soccer. Now, if you're watching like the World Cup for men's right teams, you wanna see your like Brazil, and France and Germany and those guys. Right. I never wanna watch United States players. They fuck and suck. The women are incredible rain dominate, and they don't give a shit. And so if you're gonna talk shit like the women are look, as soon as season's over, they immediately come out, and they say pay us as much as the men, right? Bring in more viewers, we bring in all this shit, and we're better. We're just better. It's true. They should be paid more than men in this in this particular sport in America, because it's about putting asses in seats butts in buckets, and with the women's team, they do one hundred percents. So if you tell me about about the WNBA, I'll tell you to get. Sure you tell me this about women's soccer. That's that we can say they actually are because that's the only thing you know, when people say that wage gap between, like Jennifer Lawrence, and, or whatever it is putting butts in seats and it's also not true. So, like Jennifer Lawrence. Jennifer Lawrence is the exception, but they're saying session, but, like dude, you take Sandra book, senior bullet got I think thirty for thirty million for right because she was she really gravity. She got thirty million like, if it just depends on who you are. There's other do with you a man or woman is your personality enough to bring people out put as Jackson way of thinking my job is to get paid. Yes, according to the butts in the seats, not like what I did or how hard I work or how hard I worked on this movie. That's not what translates. And so I understand that. So they're on Traversee with this is that they want thirteen zero there. Their excessive celebration. After every single goal is what everyone's talking so so thirty four ranked thirty four team. Thailand is not known for soccer, and they were the lowest ranked and they were happy to even be in the fucking competition. Right. Here's here's my position on that. Right. And this is again, there was a bunch of journalists even one guy after the game on the actual telecasts there. This is the big controversy so on the telecasters usually for these talking heads afterwards and recap the game or whatever the lead anchor on this leading the, the US women's soccer coverage for ESPN which is like I thought that was class censor tasteless or whatever, and I thought they should eased up the other three including I think it was Julie Foudy on that panel, lit him up and said fuck. No man you're at the World Cup. Yeah. This you work your entire life for this here. Yeah. You should sell. -brate you should score one hundred goals. They're not in my opinion. The women's team is probably not the favorite in this tournaments. Therefore this opening game to make a statement like this puts the world on notice saying, hey man, we just beat somebody thirteen zero, and if you think we're going to let our foot off the gas for any you assholes think again. Dude. I'll take it back to the dream team. I remember the first dream team in like ninety two I was a kid right for for basketball. They assembled Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson. And Larry Bird, whatever they smash people by like eighty points. One hundred points game against these same thing was like a team like Thailand or whatever, you know, and they were just happy to be there the men celebrated after every single play. They were throwing flashy dunks housing, these people. They did not let up and we celebrated that's the dream team. They're saying it's like he wouldn't tell a man's no man in this one. I don't think they ever did this one instance, like you try to treat all these cases separately right in this case. No. Absolutely not, man. The girls had every right to score. I wanted to see him score. More. Zik or dominate late. The issue because, you know you need to score a bunch because if it does come to a tie, and you're going to go back to the goal. So the goal is like the amount of goals is not the issue. It's the when you're getting into like goal twelve goal thirteen we're still jumping to the middle jumping on each other like being crazy. Okay. Okay. Okay. I think there's a point to be made about. Both ways. But yeah, of course you're fucking excited like this may be the only time that you're able to ever score that much on a fucking team because now you're going against Chile and Sweden and it may not be the same situation for you the World Cups like every four years. So like, if you think about it some of these women will be too old. You have to try out for the team every single year. So it's not like oh, hey, just because you were on it. You get to go back. Thank you might not ever. Get to play ever again. And like we saw with Kevin Durant the other night in the NBA finals. That's the finals man. That's as far as you can go, you know, people were bitching about the warriors playing him too early. And that's why Tores achilles a whatever I can I can promise you this as a player the game for. Yeah. That's the championship. Same with the women championship. This is the World Cup. This is what you play for every four years. This is your one moment of recognition around the world. You want to score and celebrate by all means do it. I was amp to see it. And if you don't like, goalie all I need. Chick couldn't stop fucking beach ball. Mold or two. She looked like a little Asian. Grandma tie grandma probably pulled it right out of the Robert crash sits in through our goal through a right in there. I don't care. Either way. I don't care either. I say all day for these women in is exciting to watch guest you it again. Like 'cause I'm doing the sports show, and we usually have stats notes and all that stuff. Put up on the computer. Same here with with this show. We usually have bullet points and things we want we want to chat about and everything else. When I was watching that the game was on the corner of my screen only God. Gordon other goal scored another goal. I just kept saying that over and over again. Oh, well even in stoppage time, you know, it's, it's a ninety minute game to forty five minute halves and at the end and there's some form of injury or players down, or whatever they'll usually add a couple of minutes, and it's called stoppage-time. So I saw was twelve zero. There was like two minutes of stoppage-time added. I put my computer anything about it, and I came home. And then when I gave my walked in the door, and I thought scrolling at the bottom of the screen, they put another going and stoppage-time. Great great chuckle out of that. And again, look on the other side of it if the women aren't good enough, and somebody's able to hang thirteen on them. We deserve it. I'm not gonna call another country. A bad sport or whatever if France ends up hanging thirteen on us. Good on a man, do better. We if you don't like if you don't like the way, she it's happening do better. That's pretty much all you can say at that point. So we'll see. But yeah, it is better. It's more fun to watch. If you're out there, give it a shot there on women's soccer during this World Cup. Not these early games are you're going to steamroll in people. And that's but in, in the later, rounds, men, it's it's tight three to also. I'll still I still remember that girl tearing off her shirt, she sports Bron, who was. Brandy Chastain or what was that in the nineties? Like I mean, again, just housing the men for a very long time. You're looking at one thing where you can kind of be like, hey, this is what it is. Yeah. To, to, to need to get paid more is we're actually getting better viewers. Better sock. You're getting better products. I don't even know if you know this, but in the last in the men's World Cup, the United States men did not even qualify. Yeah. They didn't even get so time, they weren't even Thailand. Right. They make it at all. How do you not make tournament Landon? Donovan shit s Landon Donovan made a commercial that was pretty controversial. Where he was saying, go, Mexico, states was not in it. So he's like I wanna root for somebody Mexico and it was like no dude do better. Yeah. Did. Yeah. Be sad about it. Route from Mexico. Yeah, that's crazy. Clean want our players to be serious. You know, we don't want them to be like we don't ever want them to be like, well, no big. Let's just root for someone else we want you to be devastated crying. And we want you to be like fuck to do. So, yeah, I, I saw I saw that whole concert to me. I blew it off, or it was just like, hey, Kuhlman. Yeah, they're an awesome team. Those chicks rod lake let them roll. Yeah. Let them roll and hopefully that carries over into it was a lot. When and men saying it, it was both. I look I heard. I read it. All right. Don't give a shit. It was probably fifty fifty in the press over what it was. And you know as an athlete like no, you're out there score and do your best. It's ball where you can stop the clock and run the ball. It's a different sport, where you have soccer is constantly moving over and over again. So you can't just put your foot on the ball and then everybody's going to run the clock out like a works football. You can you can just run the clock out and do it soccer. You can't. So might as well score. Move on with your day. I wanna talk about the Hollywood movies that are that are out right now. This is the worst year in box office in twenty years. The, the worst leading mean every all these movies are bombing, and I think the reason why I wanted to chat about it was, I think the next one, and they're worried Hollywood's worried that its net flicks. Whatever to me. It's shitty movies, Godzilla nine ninety. What's the ninetieth iteration Godzilla just can't take the Spiderman situation bombs we'll Spiderman still doing well? So what is it just keep just keeps going, but Godzilla bombed? They can't figure out ever done. Well, no. Besides the very first one in black and white or whatever. I don't think so in America, I don't think so. So I can't you know. I can't. I can't understand why the keep making a guess, and they put the girl from stranger things in it, that was supposed to help, and it was like four China, does it do well over there. That's what I thought and then I looked at the numbers over there, and they weren't that great. So it's going to take a huge loss. That dark Phoenix movies came out of the weekend, which was the ninetieth, X men, one bombs really that gal. Whatever. But it something wasn't titled as an X men movie was titled is, and like, I don't know what that is. I saw Jennifer Lawrence kind of doing press for it, where it was just, like, I think everyone was, it's the same kind of thing you show up. You do it, do your seen in a big movie and in a day, and you just don't know where they're going to use it like that. Yeah. Troby was that spider? So the next one was men in black. This is what I wanted to talk about actually. So the men in black movies back. Men in black international comes out this weekend. We're the men in it will there's one man on the now there's a woman because God forbid sure, you, you have two men in a movie called men in black. So it's a chick. I don't know that name she looks like one of the girls from dark MIR. He when she's from Westworld the black chick. I don't know. I don't know if she is or not from Westworld either way, but not funny, you're probably wrong on that. But I'm not sure. Either way he's from West Brom, but that's okay. Facial recognition going against it. It's pretty good the chicken Westworld thany Newton though. I know her the black tick. So this girl's a little younger, but either way. They, they're putting like dude. Perfect music behind it in the in the commercials in the ads and it's like I mean they're really trying not. Not everybody. Everybody with kids anybody with kids out there knows. For music, which one she's like the owner of the company, she kinda comes in randomly later. Hot like seducing people. You want your facial recognition and really is unmatched shaves. Co-head. That I think that's gonna bomb and everybody's asking, why like Dan was over at the house than I 'cause they were planning there've been gassing these commercials during the NBA finals right for the men in black international and. Who the flex gonna see this and I was like it wasn't supposed to be that I can tell you what it was. So behind the scenes at like in Hollywood, they were trying to do a crossover movie between twenty one jump street and men in black, where Jona hill and Channing Tatum, get bumped up to whatever. That's okay. Cred agent thing is. And then they team up with Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, and it was going to be a crossover between men in black twenty one jump street, 'cause they both I think it's Sony who who owns both of those franchises. And then they were gonna make that that would have made a fuck ton of money. Yeah. They couldn't figure out, I guess, how to put the script together, which makes sense like a weird crossover. Yeah. And to not be cheesy, and to get all of them on board. And in the schedules and all that other stuff. So whatever man. Yeah. This. Hey, we got two men in black international Bharti party with, with Barbie on this, when no, you shouldn't have party with Barbie on this one. Now you should've should've backed away from this one because this one's gonna I mean tank that John wick three didn't do well either. Does it ever do well here, know that it ever does well here, like I know the first one was kind of like this beloved like you know? Yeah. Movie, and then boom that is sequel and the sequel did really well, but this third. I don't know third was not doing well maybe canal is doing too much press for it. I don't know. We'll, we'll get to him in a second because he's become like a mean now he's been for a while. Kiana leaves. But then you have pets, too. Didn't do well which was surprising. Yeah. Because that's a kids movie rock amend man is not doing well at all. And I haven't here's thing I haven't heard a bad review out of it. Okay. Just that it's not doing well, just that it's not doing well, and they were trying to. Summit up, and there's a million articles they're trying to sum it up and figure out why. And they were like, well, I should've had this. Same magic is he mean rhapsody? It was like, man Bohemia ramps shitty. What do you mean to say magic it looks like it has more mad. No. And they were saying, you know, because it's our I guess there's a graphic like gay love scene in it, that people might not go see or whatever and one reviewer, which. People are fucking crazy. But this one reviewer which is like, you know, I'm tired of seeing bio pics, where people have drinking and drug problems. Hey, man. Newsflash. If you're if you're making any movie about any musician there's gonna be drug and alcohol abuse. In was there. It's like the classic like Ray Charles bio pic. I didn't really like how the brother died. Well, that's was in it. Life. That's what we're doing. So, in Lakewood, humid, blind in that movie it was it really. But it would have been so much more fun if he could see see these, that's how I would have done it. I think. So yeah, look, I don't. I don't know. Man. I just I think it's a bad year for movies. I don't really necessarily think that, you know, theatrical movies are dying, but you've gotta take a risk. The one there's two movies on the horizon, where you can really take a look at, and then decide for yourself yesterday, which comes out in two weeks, which is looks amazing, and we've talked about the Beatles last episode. A lot of people looking up that song that you kept referencing over and over again on there. This, this is The Danny Boyle, who did? One hundred twenty eight hours and the beach and all that stuff. This is his new movie, and it's about a guy who wakes up in a world where no one knows what the Beatles are. And then he becomes, and he knew all their songs, trailers look amazing. It's great concept, Danny Boyle's, one of the best records on the planet. I think you can look at a movie like this and say, all right. This doesn't do well then we're in trouble or trouble. And then your final nail in that coffin could be Tarantino's doesn't do well once upon a time and Holly, wouldn't it. Yeah. Because then what do you do? Tarantinos movies, don't do well who've the last one didn't. And I look it was hatefully. I personally loved it the knock on that was that it was. You know, all in one it was a different one thing, storytelling wise acting wise, I don't know how you get better than that. It was an off shoot from what he normally does. So if I thought it was read, even really looking forward to that movie, but that look that was just it can and didn't win any awards. So the feedback, I've heard is that it's a great movie. It's probably his most. Emotional. Yeah. And they said Brad Pitt and to Capri oh, could be nominated, but they said the thing that keeps popping up in these reviews is they said it requires it's going to require multiple viewings. And I don't know what that means. Hopefully it's an Pulp Fiction way. But yeah, I know. I whenever I hear that. That's a tricky. Trigger. Was just like, oh, no, multiple viewings. You know, even make it good to make good or to, you know, there's one thing to, to want to go back to a movie and be like, oh, I wanna like see things that I didn't see before. But if you have to do that. I don't know. So we'll see. I don't know what the back again. Everybody says it's it's good. So but they were like requires multiple unions. And I'm like I barely have time to watch one. Let alone multiple viewings of one. If it's. Tombstone obviously daddy, saddling up for thirty forty views on that. But not because you have to because you want to not because so it requires multiple views. I don't know. I don't know now. That's not something I know that's not a glowing review. That's. That's what happens. That's what's happened like big lebowski. Not that great the first time you see it. The fifth time you're loving it. And that's true. But the didn't do well, and that's not a good way to right? Thinking about that right now because I love big lebowski now, now, the first time I saw one hundred percent. What is this fucking shit? The first one I saw it. My one of my best friends from Ohio State. His sister is terra to read. Yeah. Right. He was in it, and that was the first movie. And so we went and saw it in the theater, she was in LA, and we were in college or whatever, and I, I didn't get it. It was as it was too advance for my small mind at the time, and then third or fourth time around, I was like this is ever. Yeah, I get it. And maybe that's it. Maybe that's it. I can't him okay with that. But gosh, I don't have the same kind of time. I did back in the big lebowski days. Do you know what I mean, where I could just keep popping on the movie until I get it and love it. I don't have time for that. No. Don't look, I'm still going to see the tarintino movie opening. Rocket man. I've begged you. You fought me scared for two weeks of going to see rocket man, manages. Nobody seeing it some friends of seen it not doing well because we, we had a date date night last week. And I was like, hey, let's go pop into rocket manual, like no. What did I say? I don't remember. I said, we spend all of our time front of us computer seen like our time is fractured and distracted where either talking over the phone in front of the TV in front of the things. So the last thing wanna do when I have a second with my husband and I sometimes like is sometimes, and sometimes don't and that's just the life, but I want to be able to talk to you and not just sit in front of another fucking screen. I get it. The sellman amount of rocket man by myself, take that in because I want to tell you know, are you do too mean dismiss out amazing rocket man like popcorn candy like just watch a movie by yourself. Jay, I again offered to take you there. And don't wanna go with you. Cool. We'll go see it on. I mean if I have that much time where it's like, if I go by myself, I'm not worried about paying a babysitter. Right. You know. You know about getting the babysitter getting that time off, and then just going into a dark theater. Can't do it like I want to shoot me talk to you. That'll change. That'll change, you should cherish that, while I actually do want to hang out with you, when you can change soon. Get a year. You get a ballpark in a year. That's a long time. What a year year it'll probably six months much. We'll check it out. The last thing I want to chat about today is this tower man? This is your worst nightmare. What is it? This is your worst nightmare. You ever go up to the sky decks, that are made a glass. I love him. Yeah, I'm afraid of heights. I hate them. And I always think to myself, I'm like, man, you know, just dangling over these people. What happens if that's that breaks somebody falls through? And then all of a sudden all fifteen just go, it happened today, only the sky deck started cracking worst. Worst. Not mine's the two. On the hundred and third floor. One hundred and just start shattering. Like a windshield. And I mean are scrambling to get off. So the protective top splintered into a thousand pieces. They're saying the picture of it is pure insanity. If you get if you get a chance to look at it, we were just like, oh, my gosh. So. Now, the tower is saying this Willis tower, they're saying no one was ever in danger because the protective layer did what it was supposed to share. But there was a woman in two kids, get any money back out there again. Right around that. Yeah. There, right? Outside of their and. They were about to go on. The woman was just like look. I'm scared is in general is when I saw that avenue was like, Nope, not going out. They're not doing that whole boy. Yeah. You always wonder like does that protective glass actually work. Turns out does caves out, it does. Earns out again I feel safe. Pup on one of my favorite things to do the ghost bar. The palms, which in many, many years, but walking out on that little, and it's only a little area enough for like two or three people, but looking straight down. I love it big fan allow that you're done it. Yeah. Can't believe you to use? No. I went to the opening. Yeah. But how you out on things. So I went to the grand opening, and I did not you walk out, and there's you're looking at tables, and bars and all that stuff. And you're like, oh because you can see the glass around it, you know. And you're like, oh, I wonder this underneath, I didn't know wasn't underneath anything and then I get out there, and it was like. Oh, shits. We're doing this on the grand opening. Look, if it's gonna go wrong, it's going to go wrong with the grand standing on time. And I was like cool. I was good for drinker to out there. And then after that, I bet you weren't good on back in. I cruised on back in the I've felt at one of those things was the Empire State building you ever go to the top of that. Yeah. So if you go to the top of that there is no, like. Look see over or glass, floor whatever like you can't even get that close. No, there's like a cage bars out over that goes all the way. Yeah. So you can't even climb that thing, whatever. When you're up, there, you're like chill out here Sammy. Sure Sam bone. You know, something like that out here like that's all fine. And good. But the rest of it man, I don't I don't get down on that. I mean my fear heights is so bad that I thought, you know, I wrote into movie to concrete with you, actually. It was fifteen and call girl skydiving. It was like, all right. And then we did the helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon. It was like if I write this in to a movement, I physically have to do it like. That'll because everybody says L you'll get over it after that. No now nothing changed. Nothing changed at all. You didn't face your fears now you're not. Yeah. Even on those skydiving. I was just like Mankins be over like I'm good. I think it was part, partly part of it was that the other part was, we're going to them, because it was my first time, not another man's dick and Paul smashed into my back. Right. That, that had something to do with that part of it. And I felt like maybe he got hard a little bit because he was with me. Right. Have you seen you feel you could feel that? Well, if you're grabbing them in danger of it. Yeah. I think he got a fear Boehner, maybe. I love those jokes, the jokes. They all crack. Right. You were just like. Yep. Be just like we're on that. I think even said that good on the death joke. Skies off to the ninetieth death joke. We don't know who picked the shoes Bank to shoot. Oh, yeah. We forgot it after that. I was I was all good. On that whole, you said, I see what you're doing. And I wanted to stop. It's not helping me or anyone. Let's get to the revolutionary figure of the day, shall we wish rile? I'm going to do I'm going to throw this out. The G female soccer player, who was the opinion, the best ever do it. And that was Mia Hamm me hams, really the one who kicked off this shit and was doing the commercials doing the Gatorade campaigns and all that stuff like making it dominant man. Yeah. She was she was like, are Palay from this country. Probably if you're looking at men and women vein. Dead serious. I'm being completely honest here. Probably the best soccer player, man or woman that's come out of this country. Hands down me a ham. Okay. And I believe the best soccer player. Here's a woman for sure. Yeah. Great. Now gone. If the women's scrimmage, the men's team, I don't even know that results me honest with you really don't. It's not necessarily about all the things that you do. Do you can't kill or tackling or strength? It's like it's. Thought being thoughtful, endurance, like I dunno muscle memory, and she, it's things that we can actually go up against. Yes. She was also one of the first became one of the first power couples in sports. She ended up marrying Nomar Garciaparra, Dane. Yes. Like the two of them right because he was at his height. She was at her height, and length the to them just crushed. Really? So, so that was rat and Yemen to all the ladies out there. You kill them in and soccer. So score eighty next game. I don't give a shit run. It up. You know, make them you that because that's there is no justification for getting paid less for being the best in turnament, and then the men can't even make it. Yeah. Fuck fuck. Fuck does. Does get him outta here women's takeover go watch some some lady soccer during this World Cup? And I think it will really change your mind. Dead serious, man. It's great to watch, and that's that's coming from somebody who does sport show weekly. It's a blast for Jessie Wiseman, aka the jails, I am Ross Patterson subscribe on you few for the video show. Good night's everyone.

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