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Elephant Boy Yells At Live! With Cathi About Her Helen Keller Comments  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Elephant Boy Yells At Live! With Cathi About Her Helen Keller Comments The Howard Stern Show

"Well this time we cut up audio from an old show of Kathy's that she did on the topic of Helen Keller and then we had elephant hyphen boy call up poses the head of the North American Helen Keller Fan clubs allow and he said he unearth audio of her saying horrible things about Helen Keller Eller sure. Oh what was your you've tuned into. You're listening to live with Cathy. Oh hello welcome how it okay. See how are you. I'm fine. How are you at the hats off to knock on necking fan clock. Oh I have a high regard for Helen Keller. I have for purpose of where it come to my attention that you make some sense of comments but how can really soupy shock is gives me the show. Give me the comments that I made come on. You have the guts. That's play for you right now. I have a PSA Helen. Keller was an ugly blind. I don't believe I said at that do Kathy. Since run Keller's absolutely a gross kind of like Pakistani and goats vote's been Yup goldfish. I don't remember doing way. This is not a recording. I take full responsibility for all of my comments. Josh J. You find a minute on this. I will listen to the show and I'm going to remove ooh that is not my child but thank you for calling and she's still stern show.

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Helen Keller

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

15:42 min | 2 months ago

Helen Keller

"Hello listeners. Welcome to our biography podcast. This week's podcast is about Helen Keller. Helen Keller was a deaf and blind woman who overcame her disabilities and became an American political activist author and lecturer. Unlike many other death and blind people. Helen. Keller was not born deaf and blind. She was born a healthy child. However when she was almost nineteen months old, she contracted an illness that left her deaf and blind. This devastated our world as she couldn't understand anything happening around her. Despite her disabilities she accomplished several feats that made her famous throughout the world. When she was twenty three years old she published her first book at the age of Twenty Four. She became a graduate a feat not achieved by any other deaf blind person before at the age of thirty three, she became a lecturer for the American Foundation for the blind. Chief and traveled the world and worked for the cause of women's rights, labor rights antimilitarism. How can a woman who couldn't even see her here become one of the best humanitarian of the twentieth century listen to this podcast to find out how she overcame her disabilities get a glimpse into her tragic yet profound story. Will. Listen to the of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is wizards whose biography podcast. The podcast helps you learn the real truth about successful personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. The biography of Helen Keller. Helen Keller was born in eighteen eighty in Alabama to Arthur Henry Keller and Catherine Everett Keller. Her father was a newspaper editor and a captain in the confederate army. Her mother was the daughter of a general in the confederate army. Helen Keller had two siblings and two half siblings from her father's earlier marriage contrary to most cases Helen was not born blind and deaf she was healthy when she was born. But when she was nineteen months, old Helen Keller contracted a mysterious illness which left her death and blind it was described by. As an acute congestion of the brain and stomach reports suggested that the disease could have been meningitis or scarlet fever. This illness left Helen completely devastated. She had no idea of what was going on around her as nobody knew how to communicate with her with age Helen learned a few signs the Turk convey her needs to her family. When she was seven years old, she could even identify people using the vibration from their footsteps. The unruly kid. Her parents showed extra care for her because of her disability. Since he was a kid, she used this to her advantage and dot whatever she wanted by throwing temper tantrums she dominated the entire household and terrorize the servants. But her parents did not do anything against it because they did not know how to communicate with her. So they gave into her tantrums instead of teaching her to behave properly. Inability to form sentences. Sentences are the basic building blocks of languages but sentences themselves are made up of different words like nouns, verbs, prepositions, etc. so we can say that learning a language without learning, it's words as impossible. However. Helen did not know about the existence of words. So she did not know that everything around her name and she can refer to an object using its name. For example, she can touch table and know that it is there but she didn't know the table can be called a table. Since. She did not know the existence of words she couldn't form sentences either so she couldn't form proper thoughts insider brain since most of our thoughts are in the form of sentences, this could have intern frustrated or in mater unruly and wild. One Book that changed everything. When she was six years old, her mother was reading American notes written by Charles Dickens. It contained his findings during his six month trip to North America in Charles Dickens had written about a deaf blind girl called Laura Bridgman born fifty years before Helen Keller like Helen. She had also lost her ability to see and hear when she was two years old Charles Dickens mentioned that she was successfully. Educated in the English language reading this Helen's mother became hopeful. She immediately sent Helen and her father to visit an ear nose and throat specialist. He referred Helen to Alexander Graham, Bell who in turn referred her to the Perkins Institute for the Blind, this is the same institute where Laura Bridgman had studied the Perkins Institute for the blind sent an old student called an Sullivan to teach Helen Keller. And Sullivan Like Helen Keller and Sullivan had vision problems when she was five years old, she had contracted an eye disease that left her mostly blind after joining the Perkins Institute for the blind she underwent eye is that significantly improved her vision she learned sign language, which is used to communicate with deaf people from Laura Bridgman and graduated when she was twenty years old. Soon after graduating, she was sent to teach Helen. The first word an taught Helen was goal she gave adult to Helen which he took gladly then she felt the letters d. o. l. l. on Helen's other hand Helen learned the letters quickly and imitated ends actions to spell the same word. This indicated to him that Helen was intelligent and can be taught. Meeting her mentor. When an Sullivan I met Helen Keller. She was an unruly kid. She ran around the house breaking things eating from others, plates and was astonished none of Helen's family members did anything to stop her behavior or teacher to behave properly and noticed that her family's sympathy only encouraged Helen to continue being unruly. She understood that she must discipline Helen without using force. And felt that the first step to teaching Helen was to teach her how to behave properly. So with the permission of Helen's family and to custody of Helen for two weeks during these two weeks and was the only person Helen could depend on therefore helen couldn't run to her parents went and tried discipline her. During these two weeks, Helen Learn to behave properly in addition to that helen learn several words from an she could spell them out man's hands but she was just imitating what an was doing just like a monkey she thought it was a game. She did not understand that each of these words have meaning and referred to an object and did not know how to make Helen understand that each of these was a word and had a purpose. In her frustration and took hell into a water pump. She put one hand of Helen under flowing water, and on the other hand she spelled out the letters w. a. t. d. r.. It was only then that Helen had the revelation that this flowing substance had a name cold water helen later remembered the event as. I knew then that W. a. t. e. r. mental a wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand. That living word awakened my soul. gave it like hopefully set it free. Once, she learned the name for Water Helen Bent. Down immediately touched the earth and demanded its name soon, she learned other words to and by the end of the day new thirty words and their meanings. Helen, later described this meeting as her sole birthday. This signaled the beginning of a forty nine year relationship between and and Helen this interaction between and Helen is brilliantly portrayed in the film. The miracle. Worker. Formal education. Helen's formal education began in eighteen, eighty eight when she and and moved to the Perkins Institute. In eighteen ninety four they moved to New York for higher studies at the Horace Mann School for the deaf in eighteen, ninety six, she got admission into the Cambridge School for young ladies. Nineteen hundred she started her bachelors degree in Radcliffe College. Harvard. University it was unthinkable at that time and age for a deaf blind woman to achieve proper form education through such reputed institutes. But Helen had a thirst for knowledge and helped her quench it. Mark Twain who was impressed by Helen and her perseverance introduced her to an oil magnate who later sponsored Helen's education in nineteen nine, hundred, four Helen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Radcliffe school she was the first deaf blind person to get this degree. Learning to speak. Helen was determined to Converse with people conventionally. So she slowly began reading lips with her hands in speaking small sentences. She used sign language very proficiently and became an expert in Braille. The writing system used for the visually impaired Helen spent the rest of her life giving speeches and lectures on how she overcame the disabilities that crippled and became an inspiration to death and blind people across the world. She shared the joy that life gave her in her speeches and motivated young women and men to live life to the fullest. Personal Life. The nineteen o five and married John macy and John and Helen move to forest hills in New York along with the HOUSEHELP polly Thomson ends health began to deteriorate and nineteen fifteen. So polly started taking care of Helen. When she was in her mid Thirties Helen secret love affair with a finger spelling specialist sent to her home to be with her when an fell ill, she even tried to Elope with him and got secretly engaged the affair ended soon after when Helen moved in with her mother in Alabama after her father's death. And died in the year nineteen, thirty, six with Helen by her side after Ann's death, the household help poly became Helen's companion. They both traveled the world together and raised money to help blind people polly died in the year nineteen sixty and Helen was left with a nurse who was originally hired to look after Paulie. She remained with Helen until her death in the year nineteen, sixty eight. Books lectures. Helen authored a total of twelve books and many articles at the age of twenty two helen published her autobiography, the story of my life with the help van. She toured thirty five countries to raise awareness about causes. He was passionate about. The Helen Keller Foundation was founded in the year nineteen fifteen for research and charitable purposes. Helen felt strongly about the causes she supported and was a staunch supporter of the working class. She traveled to many countries to motivate deaf and blind people and became a favourite of the masses. Contribution to the world. Before Helen's time blind and deaf people were considered a burden for the family. They were treated harshly and sent to live in asylums where the living conditions were terrible. Nobody thought that they could contribute anything to society. But Helen Keller changed all that she proved to the world that when provided with proper guidance and support blind and deaf people can accomplish great things. This not only motivated blind and deaf people, but also taught others to treat them better. During Helen's time four systems were used to teach visually impaired to read and write this caused confusion and difficulty when blind people wanted to communicate with each other due to Helen's continued efforts in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, Braille was made the standard system to teach blind people this made it easy for blind people to communicate with each other she traveled to different countries to help. Visually challenge people her visits created real improvements in the form of more Braille books, better educational opportunities, and job training for the blind. These improvements have helped blind people to integrate with society. She also pushed the US government to provide more assistance to the blind her fundraising campaigns for the American Foundation for the blind continue to help blind people get proper education were training and live independently. Helen. Also supported birth control and was against military intervention. She joined the famous International Labor Union called industrial workers of the world she wrote for them from Nineteen, sixteen to nineteen eighteen highlighting workers, plights, and the greed of their employer's. Political ideology. was a radical socialist who opposed Woodrow Wilson, and favored leftist political ideologies. She was a member of the socialist. Party and spread awareness through her writings on the rights of women in the impacts of war. She met twelve US presidents. Helen even wrote a series of essays on socialism called out of the dark. Death. Then, her last year's Helen was mostly confined to her home. After suffering a series of strokes, she continued to raise awareness through the American Foundation for the Blind Helen continued to raise funds for them to on I nine hundred and sixty eight. She passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Connecticut. Bonders. The hospital in Alabama. The Helen Keller Hospital is dedicated to Helen Alabama honored her by issuing a coin in Braille in her name. Helen. Keller is also inducted in the National Women's hall, of Fame and Alabama women's hall of fame. She was one of the inaugural inductees in the Alabama Writers Hall of fame as well. Various movies and television series were made on Helen's life and we're loosely based on her autobiography. The Bollywood movie black was based on her life. Fact. You probably didn't know. Helen Keller and mark. Twain. Were good friends. They were both radical socialists. It was Mark Twain who gave an Sullivan the name neural worker. Helen's family got a whiff of her affair with her male secretary and those days people believed that if a parent is disabled, the child will be born with the same disability to so her family forbade the two of them to marry because of her disabilities Helen said that the first thing she would do if she could see would be to get married. She introduced the US to the dog breed Akita which was gifted to her when she toured Japan. She won an Oscar for her documentary Helen Keller in her story. Helen was an excellent typist and could type very fast in both standard typewriter and Braille. Typewriter. Due to her radical political views the F. B. I. Track Helen's relationships and activity for almost thirty years. We hope that this podcast helped you learn about Helen Keller for struggles and her achievements whenever you think your life gets out of hand remember what Helen said. Although the world is full of suffering. It is also full of the overcoming of it. This podcast was created by with Zoro, a learning APP for your entire family to read interesting articles or listen to interesting audios on finance health history life stories, and science download our APP from apple and Google play stores are APP is fell W I s you are you

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Heroines Week Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan

Chompers

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Heroines Week Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan

"Choppers is produced by Gimblett and sponsored by crest and oral B. Very you ready to get here. Roic good because it's time for chompers your morning and night tooth brushing. Chef. Serb brushing on the top of your mouth on one side. But don't rush to her. It's heroines week where we talk about your roic women from history today, we have the story of two heroines Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan who spent their lives helping people who are blind and deaf. Helen, Keller and Annie Sullivan lived a little more than one hundred years ago. Helen was blind and deaf, which means she couldn't see or hear her world was dark and quiet. Helen's parents wanted to communicate with her. But they couldn't figure out how she couldn't learn to speak because she couldn't hear people talk. She had a hard time expressing what she needed and she'd have temper tantrums out of frustration. That's where Annie Sullivan comes in. Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush all the way to the molars in the back. Helen's parents knew she needed help. So the hired Anne Sullivan to be her teacher. Any did our best to teach. Helen some words by spelling them into the palm of Helen's hand, she gave. Helen, a doll and traced the letters D O L, Al the word doll into Helen's Paul but Helen didn't quite seem to understand. Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth brush your teeth too. One day any got an idea using a water pump. She held Helen's hand under the water. And spelled W A T in our the word water over and over and over again. Finally, Helen, got it everything had a name. Helen became obsessed with learning and worked hard to learn a ton of words. Helen, learn to read using a special language called braille she learned to write and she learned to speak. Switzer brushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth your tongue brush to. Helen went to college. She published books and she started her own foundation to help other people with disabilities. Helen traveled to thirty nine countries met with world leaders and in nineteen sixty four was given a special award the presidential medal of freedom. And Anne, well, Helen and Anne remains lifelong friends, and the movie was made about an he's work called the miracle worker because of their determination and bravery Helen Keller and Annie Salvan are today's chompers heroin. That's it for choppers today. But comeback tonight for more wondrous winning until then. Three. One. Chompers is a production of Gimblett media. Chompers is brought to you by crest and oral B spring cleaning is all about freshening things up. Grownups that might mean finally cleaning out that messy garage. So why not gift that same spring clean feeling your kids crest and oral B have a great selection of dentist recommended toothbrushes for your little sprout and crest toothpastes come and flavors. Your kids. Love like strawberry and bubble gum with the enamel protection. You expect bring new meaning to spring cleaning with crest and oral B. Grownups. Learn more at oral B dot com slash kids.

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Mavericks & Legends: Helen Keller

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:44 min | 5 months ago

Mavericks & Legends: Helen Keller

"It happily Helen's visit coincides with the birthday ever pupil presence. Today is a birthday gift to the Deafen cyclist everywhere for here is an inspiring living example of what hope and determination can do. Protein hung over them up particularly makes me to say hi over colleague. Difficult and you are giving. I know every type of role. Would you up take one all foot nine? She's going to to to life. Struggles advocate your. You will by Natty. Follow him for follow you hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica today. We're talking about an author lecturer and political activist who relentlessly proved society wrong and paved the way for disability rights around the world. Let's talk about Helen. Keller who Keller was born on June twenty-seventh eighteen eighty in Cumbria Alabama due to a childhood illness. Helen became blind and deaf at the age of around nineteen months when she was six years old. Helen was examined by Alexander. Graham Bell who sent her to an Sullivan a twenty year old teacher at the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston after a few months of instruction with an Helen learned how to associate objects with finger spelled words on her palm she learned to read raised words on cardboard to communicate by arranging words in frame plus she learned. Braille eighteen ninety. Helen learned of another deaf and blind girl in Norway. Who learned how to speak. She told an that she wanted to do the same and turn to Sarah Fuller a teacher at the Horse Man School for the deaf. Helen eagerly learned how to speak by feeling her teacher's mouth. She could pick up accents by detecting which syllables were longer than others. When she was fourteen years old helen enrolled in the right human school for the deaf in New York City. Two years later she started attending the Cambridge School for Young Ladies and Massachusetts she was admitted to Radcliffe College in one thousand nine hundred and graduated with honors in Nineteen Oh four. Helen grew up in an era. When deaf people were deeply misunderstood and mistreated a new movement of teachers believed sign? Language was primitive so they suppressed teaching sign and pushed speech training as way to assimilate deaf people into society. Deaf people were seen as inferior and many were thrown into asylums. Helen's breakthroughs and skills proved these perceptions false. She broke Taboos Bhai writing about her blindness for women's magazines like the Ladies Home Journal the Century McClure's and the Atlantic monthly and shared her story and several of her own books written over the course of fifty years including the story of my life optimism. The world I live in and the open door in one thousand nine hundred thirteen. Helen started lecturing with an interpreter at her side and traveled around the world several times. It was an historic day. At Sydney's deafen dominated. The youngsters have been fascinated by daily reports of their idol. The Great Helen Keller who triumphed over Dennis Dumbness and blindness. She mostly spoke in support of the American Foundation for the blind and she later established a two million dollar Endowment Fund for the Organization in Nineteen. Twenty Helen co-founder at the American Civil Liberties Union alongside Roger Nash Baldwin and other Advocates Helen's pioneering advocacy for the rights of deaf. Blind people helped lead to the release of disabled people from asylums. She also encouraged thirty states. Organize COMMISSIONS FOR THE BLIND LYNDON B. Johnson awarded her the Presidential Medal of freedom while she often depicted as such. Helen was not apolitical. She was an advocate for birth. Control and a staunch socialist. She was watched by the FBI. Who at the time kept files on people associated with communism? Perhaps surprisingly she was also a vocal proponent of eugenics all belief and practice was far more normalized by the scientific community at the time. Her support for the issue remains a highly complicating aspect of her. Legacy and Sullivan was helens faithful companion until her own death in October of nineteen thirty six. Helen continue to be an advocate and speaker until she passed away on June first. Nineteen sixty eight. Helen once wrote my life has been happy. Because I've had wonderful friends and plenty of interesting work to do. I seldom think about my limitations. And they never make me sad. It took around the nineteen sixties for sign language to be rediscovered in research circles beautiful language and vital tool while today deaf. People still face societal barriers. 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Heroines Week Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan (3-3-2020)

Chompers

03:20 min | 8 months ago

Heroines Week Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan (3-3-2020)

"Hey there you ready to get your roic good because it's time for Chompers your morning night. Tooth brushing show rushing on the top of your mouth on one side but don't rush to heart heroines week where we talk about heroin from history. Today we have the story of two heroines Helen. Keller and Annie Sullivan. Who spent their lives helping people who are blind and Deaf Helen? Keller and Annie Sullivan lived a little more than one hundred years ago. Helen was blind and deaf which means she couldn't see or hear. Her world was dark and quiet. Helen's parents wanted to communicate with her but they couldn't figure out how she couldn't learn to speak because she couldn't hear people talk. She had a hard time expressing what she needed and she'd have temper tantrums out of frustration. That's where any Sullivan comes in. Switzer rushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and brush all the way to the molars in the back. Helen's parents knew she needed help. So they hired Anne Sullivan to be her teacher. Anne did her best to teach Helen some words by spelling them. Into the palm of Helen's hand she gave Helen a doll and traced the letters D. O. L. l. The WORD DOLL INTO. Helen's Paul but Helen didn't quite seem to understand Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth pressure front teeth. One day and he got an idea using a water pump. She held Helen's hand under the water and spelled W. a. t. e. r. the word water over and over and over again. Finally Helen got it. Everything had a name. Helen became obsessed with learning and worked. Hard to learn a ton of words. Ellen learned to read using special language called Braille. She learned to write and to learn to speak switcher rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and get your tongue brush to how to college. She published books and she started her own foundation to help other people with disabilities. Helen traveled to thirty. Nine countries met with world leaders and in nineteen sixty four was given a special award the Presidential Medal of freedom and Anne well. Helen and Anne remained lifelong friends and movie was made about. Annie's work called the miracle worker because their determination and bravery Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan are. Today's chompers heroin. That's it for jumpers today but comeback tonight for more wondrous winning until then chompers is a production of Gimblett media.

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Helen Keller

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

09:10 min | 4 months ago

Helen Keller

"Well to bedtime. History could even this is Brek a quick shout out to our newest owners on Patriots on. Thomas Maryland and Teddy and wit and Montreal. Appreciate your support that has continued to produce more bonus episodes. Donations keep bedtime. History had free and going strong. You can always donate at patriots dot com forward slash bedtime history. That's P. A. T.. R. E. U. N. DOT COM forward. Slash bedtime history. Also thanks for the great ratings and reviews. A shoutout to Sheikh and Singapore, a RAV and Delaware, Luca and Enzo from Mexico Anders from West Point new. York, leaving rating a super easy, and goes a long way spreading word about the time history. A big thanks to those have done so already now onto our episode. Close Your eyes and imagine darkness is your world complete darkness. Now also cover your ears and I won't talk for a few seconds. You can focus on what it feels like. Can you imagine what it would be like to not be able to see your here? Your world would be completely dark and silent. How would you talk to your friends and family? How would you eat? How would you walk around the House and play with friends tonight. We're going to talk about a girl who lived most of her life without being able to see or hear. This is the amazing story of Helen Keller. Helen Keller was born June twenty, seventh, eighteen, eighty in Alabama. She was a healthy child and lived a pretty normal life for her first year she learned to talk at six months old and walked like most kids when she was one. When she was nineteen months old, she became very sick. After she was well or notice, she couldn't see or hear anything. Helmeted permanently lost her sight inhering. Close Your eyes again and cover your ears. This is how Helen lived and it was very difficult for her to cope with life afterward. Imagine trying to walk around the house and eat your dinner. Imagine trying to go outside and play and do basic things like play with your toys or friends, because Helen couldn't hear her ability to speak never improved, so she wasn't able to talk to people in her family. Either all of these challenges led to Helen acting out in ways, the made life for her and her family very hard. If put yourself and Helen shoes. You can think of how hard it would be to act normal under such circumstances, Helen would often kick and Pinscher family members. When she was angry, she would fall on the floor and scream and yell at the dinner table. She grabbed food off their plates. The family felt so bad for Helen, they just let her do whatever she wanted. They didn't know how to deal with a child who couldn't see or hear? Some friends and family said they should send her away because she was causing so much trouble for the family put her parents loved her too much to do that. One day, her mother was reading about another child who was blind, but received help from Alexander Graham Bell. Alexander, Graham. Bell was also known for the invention of the telephone. They met him, and he recommended they go to a school called the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston Massachusetts. They traveled there, and for the first time they and Sullivan. And agreed to move to Alabama to help Helen. And I taught Helen sign language. Languages were move your hands and fingers in different ways to communicate words for example. If you WANNA, say you, he point if you WANNA eat emotion towards your mouth with your fingers, but of course this didn't work. For Helen they tried to spell words into Helen's hand, so she could feel them. But Helen didn't understand became very frustrated. One day at the dinner table. She yelled and started grabbing everyone's food off their plates and took control of the situation and had everyone leave the room. This made Helen even more upset, but an was determined to show her that even when she throw tantrums, she wouldn't get what she wanted. Before. She can improve it. Sign. Language should need to learn some basic discipline. And soon realized that the only way to teach Helen would be to live somewhere else, so they got in a carriage and road circles around the family's home for a while, and then they stopped at a small home nearby. They did this, so Helen thought they had traveled very far when really they were only living around the corner, but it was important for Helen. Know that only an was around, so she'd have to rely on her to learn. One day hand had the idea to put Helen's hand the water to let her feel at first. Then she held her hand out and spelled W. a. t. e. r. into her hand with sign language. She did this over and over until it clicked for Helen that she could use these hand signs to communicate with others. She spelled the word back in the hands hand Helen became very excited. By that evening they learned thirty new words once Helen could learn to communicate. She wasn't as frustrated. Often when someone's angry acts out in ways. We don't understand they do this because they aren't understood before you judge others and criticize them I try to understand why they may behaving this way and did this with Helen and it completely changed her life. With Ann's help, Helen continued to learn new signs and eventually learn to read books. Using Braille Braille is bumps on a page that represent words when a person cannot see, they can feel the words instead, for example, the letter a is a single dot and the letter. B. Is two dots. Helen also attended a school in Boston for other children who are deaf. She really wanted to be able to speak and for many years worked on improving this ability. She was also determined to go to college, but it was very expensive, so she wasn't sure how to make it happen. Around this time she met Mark Twain the famous American author. Who wrote books like? Tom Sawyer and huckleberry Finn. They became good friends. Twain introduced her to have wealthy friend who decided to pay for her college. Helen attended and later graduated college, a major achievement for someone who is deaf and especially for someone who is deaf and blind. Helen later wrote a book about her life and travelled and spoke to others about her experiences and ways to improve the world for people with disabilities. She also spoke in favor of women being able to vote. Soon people all over the world knew about Helen Keller and listen to her speak and read her books and nineteen twenty. She helped. Start the American civil. Liberties Union. Over the years. To thirty five different countries, sharing her ideas and spreading her influence to others who are inspired by her incredible life. Helen once, said alone, we can do so little together. We can do so much. She also said the best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen even touched. They must be felt with the heart. Spend some time thinking about what it'd be like to live like Helen. Do you know anyone who can't see her here? When you try to see the world, the way someone else does we call this putting yourself in someone else's shoes and helps you to understand them. Often we get caught up in her own little world, but we have to realize the world is made up of people with many different life, situations and experiences. And when you get the chance, look up, sign, language, symbols and letters and try to learn a few. It can be a lot of fun. Think of the Challenges Helen faced and think of your own challenges, and may not be obvious, but everyone has their own struggles, and their own challenges spend some time thinking about yours and what you might do to change your situation. You may also realize there's are some things you just can't change for example. Helen wasn't able to change that she couldn't see your here. You may have similar challenges. You may be stuck in a place. You don't like or with someone who's hard to be around, or maybe you have physical disabilities like Helen the remember even though you can always change your situation, you can change how you react to it. Helen can make herself see, but she can learn new ways to communicate. She learned sign language and learn Braille, so she could read. She learned how to type, so she could write books. Everyone has their own unique challenges, so it's up to you to come up with a plan on how you can act and improve your situation and often this will mean asking others for help, and that's okay, too. Thanks for taking the time to listen I hope you learned something new, and we're inspired by the life of Helen Keller like I was. We'll talk to you next week.

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Little Happier: Helen Keller Tells the Story of the Moment Her Life Changed.

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

06:12 min | 9 months ago

Little Happier: Helen Keller Tells the Story of the Moment Her Life Changed.

"If you're like me finding the time to do taxes can be tough. That's why H and r block has tax pro. Go the easiest way to have an expert do your taxes. This is for you. You just upload your documents and a tax pro does the rest so you'll get expert tax. Prep without ever visiting an office. That means you have more time to do whatever you want like knitting kayaking reading a book or just sitting back with a grin because you know your taxes are being done by someone else. Nothing is worse than the feeling of being haunted by knowing that you should be doing something and you're procrastinating but with tax pro. You're not procrastinating. Those taxes are getting done even while you're sitting on the couch with a book all you have to do is upload your documents and the tax pro takes it from there go to HR block doc dot com slash tax pro today to learn more. It's better with block I'm Gretchen Rubin. And this is a little happier ear throughout my life all the way back to my childhood I get intensely interested in different subjects and I spend a lot of time reading about them for instance recently. Recently I've been fascinated by color smell and the placebo effect as a child. One of my many interests was the life of Helen. Keller perhaps because she was as a child to I was fascinated by her story. Helen Keller was born in Alabama in eighteen eighty. When she was born she could see and hear but at nineteen eighteen months? She contracted an illness probably meningitis. That took away her sight and hearing she lived in extraordinary life she went to college. She wrote many any books. She met a dozen United States presidents and she traveled the world in one thousand nine hundred five. She wrote an autobiography called the story of my life and among other things she writes about the day. Her teacher and Sullivan taught her the word water. I love this story so much. I'm going going to read. A lightly. Edited version of Chapter Four from the story of my life. The most important day I remember in all my life is the one on on which might teacher and Mansfield Sullivan came to me. I am filled with wonder when I consider the immeasurable contrast between the two lives which connects necks. It was the third of March eighteen eighty seven three months before I was seven years old on the afternoon of that eventful day I stood on the porch expected and I guess vaguely from my mother's signs and from the hurrying to and fro in the House that something unusual was about to happen so I went to the door and waited on the steps the afternoon Sun. John Penetrated the mass of honeysuckle that covered the porch and fell on my upturned face. Have you ever been at sea. A dense fog when it seemed as if tangible the white darkness shut you in and the great ship tents and anxious groped her way toward the shore with plummet and sounding line and you waited with beating heart for something something to happen. I was like that ship before my education began only I was without compass or sounding line and had no way of knowing. How near near the harbour was I felt approaching footsteps? I stretched out my hand as I supposed to my mother someone took it and I was caught up and held close. Listen the arms of her. who had come to reveal all things to me and more than all things else to love me? The morning after my teacher came she led me into her room and gave me a doll when I had played with it a little while. Ms Sullivan slowly spelled into my hand. The word de L L I was at once interested in this finger play and tried to imitate it when I finally succeeded in making the letters correctly I was flushed with childish pleasure and pride reading downstairs to my mother. I held up my hand right and made the letters for doll. I did not know that I was spelling. A word or even that words existed one day while I was playing with my new doll Ms Sullivan and put my big rag doll into my lap. Also Spelled D. O. L. L. and tried to make me understand that do L. applied to both earlier. In the day we had had had a tussle over the words. MSG Mug and W. A. T. E. R.. Water Ms Sullivan had tried to impress it upon me that. Mud Is Mug and that W. A. T. E. R. is water but I persisted in confounding. The two in despair. She had dropped this update for the time only to renew it at the first opportunity. We walked down the path to the well house attracted by the fragrance of the honeysuckle with which it was covered. Someone was drawing water and my teacher place. My hand under the spout as the cool stream gushed over one hand. She spelled into the other. The word water I slowly than rapidly. I stood still my whole attention fixed upon the motions of her fingers. Suddenly I felt a misty consciousness as of something forgotten a thrill of returning thought. And somehow the mystery of language was revealed to me I knew then that w. a. t. e. r.. Ment the wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand that living word awakened my soul gave it light. Hoke joy set it free. There were barriers. Still it is true but barriers that that couldn't be swept away. I learned a great many nude words that day. I do not remember what they all were but I do know that mother father sister teacher were among among them words that were to make the world blossom for me like errands rod with flowers. It would have been difficult to find a happier child and I was as I lay in my crib at the close of that eventful day and lived over the joys it had brought me and for the first time longed for a new day to come. I love this beautiful hopeful story. Next week I'll read from the letter that an Sullivan wrote about that very same day with her perspective on what happened. If you'd like to read this excerpt from the story of my life all post a link to it. In the show notes I'm Gretchen Rubin and I hope this makes your week a little happier.

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A conversation I will not forget: Reflecting on Memorial Day in a pandemic

The Daily Article

05:23 min | 5 months ago

A conversation I will not forget: Reflecting on Memorial Day in a pandemic

"This is the daily. Article podcast published by the Denison Forum or culture changing Christians to receive the daily article directly to your email inbox. Day morning visit the daily Article Dot Com. Now here's Today's news discerned differently. Today's Memorial Day an observance held annually in the United States on the last Monday in. May on this day we especially remember more than one point three million Americans who have died in our nation's wars as the son and grandson of soldiers and a proud and grateful American. I want to honor this day each year in the daily article and each day in my heart however there is a companion theme on this Memorial Day. I'd like us to consider as well. I had minor outpatient surgery last week. I say that only to say I interacted with several medical staff in the days leading up to and through the procedure. Each of them was wearing a mask and gloves. Several were wearing protective gowns as well. That's because of fires. They knew I was infected with Covid nineteen and capable of spreading the infection to them one nurse with whom I spoke had an especially touching story when she and her colleagues were cleared to return to work several weeks ago. Her daughter moved out of their house. This daughter had been living with her older brother because her mother could become infected with SARS covy to at work and bring the infection home to her as a result. This nurse is been in the physical presence of her daughter for two months. They speak over. Skype or zoom every day. But it's not the same. I will never forget her or the tears in her eyes as she told me her story. Thousands of healthcare workers have been infected with covid nineteen so far add to them the multiply thousands of people working in other frontline capacities during this pandemic. From those who deliver. Gross reasons applies to those who police our streets to keep us safe. Each of them is risking their life and their family to serve us. How best can we observe this Memorial Day during a pandemic consider three biblical priorities? One remember Paul said of the Philippians I thank my God. In all remembrance of you like him we should remember those we are honoring today and express gratitude to God for them and their families take time today to think about the one point. Three million women and men who have died to protect the freedoms. You enjoy vision. Their lives and sacrifice consider the years they lost in serving our nation. And if you know a member of their families express your gratitude to them for the sacrifice their loved ones made for you. I especially encourage you to participate in the national moment of remembrance by stopping at three o'clock PM local time for one minute of silence. If you know a veteran or current member of the military find a way to express your gratitude to them as well extend this commitment to the healthcare providers and other frontline workers. You know find a way to express your gratitude today. And every day to pray. Paul said of the Fijian's I do not cease to give. Thanks for you remembering you in my prayers. He prayed for them. We should pray for those. We are considering today. Pray for our military and their families asking God for their protection and encouragement. Pray for those who have lost loved ones in the service of our country asking God for their strengthen peace and pray for our healthcare workers and others in the front lines of this pandemic asked God to keep them and their families safe. Pray for them to feel the encouragement and gratitude of our nation three emulate think of the millions of women and men who chose to serve our nation. The cost of their lives consider their families living with the pain of their loss. Thank about the women and men serving in harm's way around the world willing to die that we might live and consider the healthcare providers and other frontline workers who are serving us at risk to themselves. And those they love you and I may not be called into their service but we have our own kingdom assignments with our calling comes a commitment to fulfil that calling at any cost. Those God uses most fully. Are those who are most fully surrendered to his US Colossians? Three twenty three teaches whatever you do work heartily as for the Lord and not for men. Paradoxically this is the best way. Serve the Lord and men remember then prey then emulate. Helen Keller noted true. Happiness is not attained through self gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose what were the purpose will use. Serve with your life. Did you know that the daily Article podcast is available on most major podcast platforms? It's also unelected Alexa Flash briefing perfect for your morning routine consider subscribing to the daily article. Podcast on your preferred podcasting platform and thank you for listening today.

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216 - Burnt Out vs. Time For A Total Career Change: 4 Questions To Help You Get Clear

The Marie Forleo Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

216 - Burnt Out vs. Time For A Total Career Change: 4 Questions To Help You Get Clear

"Hey, Marie Forleo. And this is the podcast version of our word winning show. Marie TV. Now, the video version has some useful and entertaining visuals. So if you want to check that out go to Marie Forleo dot com forward slash Marie TV, real find this and hundreds of other episodes. Thanks so much for listening. One more thing if you're looking to start or throw your business, whether you're a total beginner or a season throw, I've got some three business training workshops coming up that I promise we'll help you gain more customers and fans with less stress and overwhelm now. Only release these trainings once a year and now is the time. So don't miss out go to join school dot com. That's join be school dot com popping your name and Email and you'll get the free training the moment. They're released. Hey there. It's Marie Forleo. And you are watching Marie TV the place to beat a creative business and like you love and this is Q Nate Tuesday. Today's question comes from Ronnie, and she writes, dear Maria, I'm solo business on her and just don't feel excited about my own business anymore. I feel like my career path is blah, even though I'm doing well, financially and have a great team and clients I've been feeling like this for over two years, but I've been a good girl working hard, and I have to I'm a mom, but it's no fun, and I frequently feel down and sort of lost. I thought I was burned out. But now I'm wondering if it's time for career change, which scares me is this crazy, and how does one differentiate between normal burnout and having outgrown wants passion. Thanks so much brawny. This is such a good question. And I so wish that I had you sitting here next to me because I would just dig into it with you and. Really get to the bottom of it. But since have this format here, I'm gonna give you four questions to ask yourself to see whether or not you're burned out, and you just need to adjust them things or it's time for a new career. The fact that you referred to yourself as a good girl tells me that you're very aware of what other people think of you. You don't want to disappoint anyone or let anyone down. So number one. Let's start off with what I call the law test. It's a great way to take people's expectations out of the equation magin that a law was recently, half and half the stop doing what you do and close your business. It's the law everyone in your industry is going to have to do the same thing. No, more business. Would you fight that law would you marked at city hall to keep your business open? Or would you be relieved? So you can move on and create your next thing without any guilt, or the feeling that you're letting anyone down your honest answer to this question will tell you a lot. But let's keep moving number two. Let's talk about time off I'm CCR. Curious Ronnie, how much time in any have you had off in the last six months how much fun or adventure or inspiration? Have you had in your life outside of your business? Even if we love what we do if we don't take time off to recharge. We can start to get burnt out. And then start to question all of our decisions. And will maybe it's time for big change kind of like your favorite food. I love math potatoes. Like, nobody's business. But if I ate mashed potatoes every single day. British soon, I'd hate mashed potatoes. So if you've been working without a break, maybe you're suffering from mashed potatoes syndrome doing way too much. You're not gonna get the love and the passion back unless you walk away and take a break number three the eighty twenty rule. Eighty percent of our frustration and business often comes from twenty percent of our business activities. So take a look for yourself are there projects or clients that you just dread are there things that you're responsible for in your business that fall outside of your genius, sewn are their appointments that you're praying will be cancelled the key to saying passionate in any career is to identify and remove twenty percent of the activities that are just getting frustrated one of the reasons I'm able to continue loving what I do is. Because I'm constantly changing things up. If there's something in my business that I'm just not feeling anymore. It goes away, and that helps me to stay passionate and out of burnout. Finally, number four, are you using your? Natural strengths the majority of the time. If you don't know about it, you need to get your hands on this book, it's called now. Discover your strengths by Marcus Buckingham. I read this book, I make my team read this book, it has changed my life. So strengths of the things that each of us have that were naturally good at. So when reusing our strength, the majority of the time, we feel strong, we feel passionate we feel engage and we're not using our natural. We feel the satisfied and we start leading burn out. And that's what makes his Oprah has an awesome, free course on our site with Marcus Buckingham, all about finding your strengths and using that work. I'm going to put a link below this video. So you can check them out. Now, you're probably gonna wanna watch the whole series because it's awesome. But pay special attention to video number three because it speaks directly to where you're at you have to trust that small boys inside of you. That's calling out to create something new to reinvent yourself to move onto your next chapter were all constantly growing and changing and that includes our passions. Is it scary absolu-? Early. But if you're clear, it's time to move on you have to do it. And as Helen Keller said, and yes, it's a tweet -able. One can never consent to creep. When one feels the impulse to soar one thing is for sure when your soul is ready for chain. You can either do it consciously and courageously and with eyes wide open or you can pretend that you don't hear the call in your wind up sabotaging your business. You see when you have that creative energy inside? And you start to stifle it. It's gotta get directed somewhere. And most will start to create destructive happens like maybe over eating or drinking or just creating drama or life. So we don't have to face the real challenge of creating our next act Ronnie that was my eighty year, q I really excited to hear your feedback on this one. So please keep us posted. Now, I know that Ronnie isn't the only one who's ever struggled with this issue. So now, I love to hear from you have you ever lost the spark in your business? What did you do to get back? Have you ever found yourself wondering whether or not it's burn out or you. And move onto your next thing. And what steps did you take to find clarity and to get done? Remember, the best discussions happen. After the episode over at Marie poor, Leo dot com. So go there comment and tell me your story because I really wanna hear it. Did you like this video if so subscribed to the kennel and share it with your friends? And if you want even more great resources to create a business in life, you love less some personal insights for me. I only share an Email come on over to Marie Forleo dot com and sign up for female updates. Stay on your game and keep going for your dreams the world needs that special gift that only you have. Thank you so much for watching. And I'll catch you next time on Marie TV. Hey, are you ready to bring your dream business to life? Is it finally time to make the difference? You were born to make good because we can help get started. Now at join schools dot com.

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SYMHC Classics: Laura Bridgman's Education

Stuff You Missed in History Class

27:47 min | 1 year ago

SYMHC Classics: Laura Bridgman's Education

"Hey, everyone we would like to tell you about a new podcast called family secrets when Danny Shapiro's husband asked if she wanted to submit her DNA for genealogy test. She was like sure sounds good. She didn't think she would really learn anything new about herself because she came from a well documented family with pretty deep roots. When the results came back, though, she was completely shocked the story that she had always been told about who she was and where she came from was totally different from the DNA results that were staring in the face family secrets is a new podcast from the New York Times bestselling author Danny Shapiro in a world where DNA tests in the internet or revealing information to people at every corner, a staggering amount of family secrets have been resurfacing. And this is the podcast where Danny Shapiro talks to guests about all their family secrets, and however one has one and the experiences aren't just painful, but can also be really liberating. New episodes are released on Thursdays. You can listen and subscribe on the iheartradio app or wherever you get podcasts. Happy Saturday everybody. This classic is coming out during death history month, which goes from March thirteenth to April fifteenth each year its first day commemorates, the successful conclusion of the deaf president now protests, which we covered in a previous episode of the show that has also been a previous Saturday classic. And then the last day of deaf history month marks the establishment of the American school for the deaf, which was the first permanent school for the death in the United States. So today, we're sharing one of our earlier episodes related to death history. Which is on Laura Bridgman. She was the first deaf blind person in the US to receive a formal education, and she also came up on our recent Saturday classic. I'm Charles Dickens in this twenty twelve episodes Sarah into Bellina talk about potential future episodes on Helen Keller. And Louis braille both of whom are still on our ongoing list of topics. So enjoy. Welcome to stuff you missed in history. Class a production of I heart radio. How stuff works? Welcome to the podcast. I'm Sarah dowdy, and I'm WSB chocolate boarding and earlier this year. Some interesting news came out of Georgia Tech here in Atlanta, researchers there and now that they'd come up with a texting app. Called braille touch which applies computer braille specific type of braille to touchscreen devices and the app is mostly been in the news because it has potential as a general is free texting app. Even for people who aren't visually impaired, you could text under the table or something. But for folks who are visually impaired. A braille ABC could really mean a lot less stuff to lug around. No, keyboard, just a phone and easier communication, and it really got me thinking about how much communication has improved for people with visual disabilities in the past century. Yeah. And today, we're going to revisit a subject that we touched on briefly in our dickens visits America episode, and it's kind of related to that topic of communication. It's about Laura Bridgman who is the. I deaf blind person to learn language also to communicate with letters and writing and to be educated and she didn't use the now. Ubiquitous braille system that we just talked about which was only beginning at the time. But instead, she used the manual alphabet to spell out words, and she also read from raised Roman text and a learned to handwrite with a special grit system. The Richmond was about fifty years older than the more famous Helen Keller. But if you remember from that earlier episode their stories are really closely connected aside from the fact that young Helen Keller annoyed Bridgman by stepping on her foot when the two of them that. But while Keller really became a champion of disability rights and an international figuring somebody who's internationally famous bridgeman was on the earlier end of the disability rights story. And in fact, when she started school in the eighteen thirties, people were just starting to believe blind people could be educated. So the idea of educating a deaf blind. Person. This deaf blind girl seemed completely impossible. Yeah. So we're going to tell you a little bit about her early story and the challenges that she had to face before we get to that story of her learning Lauren, Dewey bridgeman was born December twenty first eighteen twenty nine near Hanover, New Hampshire her parents, Daniel, and harmony had a farm and Laura was their third daughter. She was a pretty baby with bright blue eyes. But she was really sickly at twenty months. She finally started getting bigger and lively she was chatty and seemed very smart, but at twenty four months she and her two older sisters came down with scarlet fever her two sisters died. But for Lara the fever went on for weeks after that. And when she finally started to get better. She was blind in one eye nearly blind in the other death, and she had very little of her senses of smell and taste left her vision in her non blind. I was destroyed when she walked into the spindle of. Her mother spinning wheel. So are really sad start here. But remarkably by age for she had recovered the strength. She had lost during the fever. She was strong again. And while she wasn't talking anymore. She was still very smart. She was still displaying that interest. She had as a two year old in everything she came across. She would touch everything she encountered she'd clinked her her mother and feel her arms and her hands and try to mimic her mother's hand. So she learned how to help out with housework that way, she even learned how to knit and to so and from a workman on her family farm ace attorney who himself had some impairments that made speech difficult for him. She did pick up some ability to communicate or at least communicate more fully with her family. She he had a way of sort of understanding what she was going through and helped her perfect this basic sort of sign language, and so each family member had unnamed sign that they could respond. Two and a Pat on her head met row. Okay. Pat on her back. No, she had a way of expressing really basic needs at least. But by age seven she started throwing these really violent temper tantrums, she'd only obey her father who would stop on the ground when he was upset with her. And she reached the limit of communication, basically with her family, and she was just overwhelmed, and they were overwhelmed too. They were busy farmers, and they didn't know what they were going to do to help her. So fortunately at that time an article was written by Dartmouth professor on Laura's ability to sign and that got the attention of Samuel really how and a few years earlier actually the very same year. Laura was born how had founded Perkins which was a school for the blind. And it had opened for students in eighteen thirty two with a mission not just to educate blind children. That's kind of how you'd see it today. But to really prove that blind children could be educated and could become. Come independent adults kids at the school learned everything from history to philosophy plus sports music, including piano, tuning and domestic work. So it was really a very broad education. Getting them ready for life house, quite a character himself. We should mention he idolized Lord Byron and fought in the Greek revolution where Byron died. He financially supported radical abolitionist John Brown, and he was married to Julia ward who wrote the battle hymn of the Republic, but he was also a proponent of education reform and not just for blind students. He wanted rote memorization replaced with a curriculum following the child's interests. He disliked John locks idea of the type Beulah Rosza the blank slate. And instead thought that the mind came with certain innate facilities something in line with the pseudoscience of phonology. Yes. So when how heard about Laura he realized that she would really be his perfect subject. She was an opera. Community for him to do. Good. Clearly, he was very interested in that. She was excellent PR for his school. And she'd be a way for him to test his theories on the mind, and probably most importantly a challenge for him at this point. He he was doing so successfully with his school. He wanted a challenge so Laura's parents met with how and they agreed to send her to Perkins and Laura arrived there in October eighteen thirty seven when she was just shy of eight years old. She just got a little bit of time to settle into her new surroundings. She was obviously very scared very disoriented. But how gave her two weeks to get used to the new world? Hey, listeners one of the things that we've been trying to be more mindful about at my house is how much food we waste because it is so easy to stock up on things, and then not really have a plan for getting them into your body discovering that you have things that you're going to have to throw away. And that is not just unique at my house every year up to forty percent of the food in the United States never gets eaten. This translates to two hundred and eighteen billion dollars lost in wasted water energy fertilizers crop land and production costs that number is really being in probably doesn't even seem like a real thing. So on a smaller scale, the average American family of four wastes nearly a thousand pounds of food every year resulting in about fifteen hundred dollars lost. You can cook. It store it share it. Just don't waste it. Learn more at save the food dot com. Brought to you by the natural Resources Defense Council and the Ad Council. So after that generous two week period that she got he started to teach her he quickly decided to scrap the basic sign language that she'd been using it home and instead teach her English. So here's kind of how it work. He would give her something basic like a key or four or a knife that was labeled with embossed writing. And then after she familiarized herself with objects he'd separate the object from that label, and she would have to match them to each other. Yeah. And he wrote of the time, quote, it was as though she were underwater, and we were on the surface over her unable to see her, but dropping align and moving at about here, and they're hoping it might touch her hand. So that she would grasp it instinctively hoping that she would put to into together and realize it wasn't just a matching game these labels actually signified something about the objects. They went with. But according to Jane, Seymour Ford and Perkins help believed that her ability to match really was just kind of a game. It was just memorization at this point. She liked getting approval. So she knew the knife label went with the knife and so on so the next step for him was to cut up the labels into their separate letters. And he would spell out the word that she was familiar with and he'd jumble them up. And then he would leave Laura to figure out how to piece them back together again into something. She was familiar with. And he describes the Haas Mahomet when she finally got this that letters made up words and words signified things, and he wrote quote, the truth began to flash upon her her intellect began to work she perceived that here was a way by which she could herself make a sign of anything that was in her own mind and show it to another mind and at once her countenance lighted up so from their Laura tried to. Learn the name of every single thing that she encountered communication got faster when she learned the manual alphabet, and could put aside those embossed letters that she had initially learned with she only needed about a year of instruction and vocabulary building before she could join in the regular classes for the blind. And she would have a personal teacher with her who is finger spelling everything out for her. So that she could follow along and cloud at other than that just following along with the lessons. Pretty remarkable one thing to mention here, though, how promoted Laura's ability that a hospital moment. He he promoted that as something in Nate like she just had the capacity for language there. But two of her recent biographers, Elizabeth jeeter and Ernest Friburg suggests that she probably did have some distant memory of spoken language before. She was even if she might not have remembered being two years old, she probably had something left in her head and jitter also thinks that she had likely been imprinted with the capacity for grammar since her later ability to understand. All these different complex tenses kind of put her apart. From a lot of other deaf blind people who've learned language, which to me sounds like another way of saying Nate ability. So maybe so we should also point out that. While braille was by this point being used in some parts of the world, Laura end, the other students at Perkins read with raised Roman letters, which was known as Boston line type and made for some really huge book as they had to blow up the letter. So big that you could actually feel the differences between them and Laura right with a grooved guide that was slid under her paper. So you'd write a letter in one of the grooves cover it. And then move onto the next letter and it was called square handwriting. Because it has this very strange sort of square look to it. You can you can feel letter that Laura herself wrote, and it is a very unusual looking hand. But pretty remarkable. It sounds really time consuming it does. But apparently, she was a voracious letter writer, so she must have gotten pretty fast at it. And while she studied reading writing geography, and algebra and geometry and all the other subjects in the classroom. She would pepper her teachers with questions at the same time outside of the classroom things like, why don't flies have names. Why can't we sail to the sun in boats? If I eat fish hooks could I be dead. Other questions. Yes. And she flourished socially too. She could recognize people that she hadn't seen in a long time by feeling their faces. She made distinct noises for friends which were kind of like individual names that people could recognize other people, and how describes this sort of girlish social butterfly behavior that Laura had in a passage. I really liked he said, quote when Laura's walking through a passageway with her hands spread before her, she notes instantly, everyone she meets and passes them with a sign of recognition. But if it'd be a girl of her own age, and especially if one of her favorites there's instantly a bright smile of recognition and intertwining of arms grasping of hands in a swift telegraphing upon the tiny finger. So I think that really conveys how happy she was to finally be able to communicate with people in say, what was on her mind and hear what was going on in the world, and she joked around too, that's another important thing. To mention because she does have a reputation being older kind of severe. But as a kid she'd joke grown. She'd purposely misspell words, and then strike it out with the other hand or she would spell with her nose when finger spelling instead of her fingers, she spin donuts on her finger something that she actually did her her whole life. And when she was alone to she could entertain herself. She liked to always be able to ask people questions, but she could entertain herself. She kept a journal her whole life. She would practice new words, spelling out, the names of new words, she would carry out these sort of private dialogues, and she would knit and so in had a very strong sense of fashion. She was always very neatly dressed very stylish she'd so all her own clothes in had some things that almost sound like amazing party tricks to she could thread a needle with her tongue. Just really cool talents that kind of get overshadowed by some of the other abilities. But just these. Everyday thing. She was also able to do in addition to reading and writing, but even in spite of these more entertaining aspects of her personality, and that sense of humor that she had Laura would also still sometimes throw tantrums. And this was something that how of course didn't cover much in that PR campaign that made Laura so famous she'd hit student sometime shove teachers, she would get very upset with slow finger spellers two and since she'd worked so closely with her teachers sometimes spending twenty four hours a day with them. She'd also form these really deep attachments and really truly suffer. When changes happened in her time at Perkins as a student. She had four main teachers Lydia, drew Morton, Elisa Rogers, Mary swift Lamsam, and Sarah, white bond, and she stayed lifelong friends with all of them. But when they leave Perkins to marry or to get new jobs, she would beg to go with them. And when she would get upset when things like this would happen. She wouldn't be able to eat. One of those really traumatic transitions came when how himself Mary. Julia ward in eighteen forty three Laura had of course, been house pet project. He promoted her in medical journals periodical 's children's magazines enough to make them both internationally famous people from around the world would come to see her sometimes just visiting sometimes just watching her behind partition which Ray over minded me a little of some of the Barnum episodes we've been talking about which is around the same time. And I don't know it's it's a more disturbing side of the story yet another kind of disturbing aspect of this. According to Louis men, and in the New Yorker, she was so well known little girls would poke out there dolls is and name them, Laura, a very special kind of fame. They're yes. But Laura also had kind of become house adopted daughter by this point, according to see more Ford at Perkins. She even lived in his apartment with him in his sister. So they were really very close. So Laura was really. Feeling kind of abandoned when how married and spent a year and a half after that on a working honeymoon in Europe. She wrote to him constantly and often asked questions about one subject that she was particularly interested in learning more about and that was religion. If you're going to build something from nothing, you've got to know what really works. I took a thousand dollar loan and built a five billion dollar business. And now, I make smart investments new businesses on shark tank. I'm Barbara Corcoran. Now. I'm sharing my secrets on my podcast, cold business unusual. You might think that looking at someone's resume and asking them a lot of questions are the key to finding the right person for a position, you're dead wrong. Follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. So how had always planned to include religion in his process of educating Laura, but he had kind of strange ideas about it you normally think of a religious education starting as young as possible, but he didn't think she should have any kind of religious instruction until her mid teens after her physical, and intellectual educations were complete at least to his idea. So he hoped that just as she had shown people possess, some sort of natural innate understanding of language, or at least he believed that she would also eventually show that people possessed an innate understanding in love of God that was his hope so his plan when he came back from his honeymoon was to present her, you know, he had a plan just like his labeling system. He would present her with these everyday miracles instead of everyday items like forks and knives in this case, it would be something like plants growing from seeds, and he expected that if she presented with enough of these ultimately, she'd real. Realized just issued realize those the significance of those emboss letters that. There was something divine about these things something divine about the whole process and also according to and he hoped that these innate inclinations in understandings of hers would match up with his own unitarian beliefs rather than more serious evangelical beliefs so to make sure that this plan of education worked he knew that she needed to have no sort of religious instruction beforehand. So he banned her teachers from discussing religion while he was gone from answering any kind of questions and while she was writing him about religion. He himself didn't really answer questions in the letters. So she was left pretty frustrated and wondering what was going on. Yeah. Knowing curious Laura by this point, you can probably guess what happened. She managed to get something out of her teacher, Mary swift. And she was also secretly visited by group of evangelicals. Who? Were protesting house methods. She was attracted to what they told her and evangelical religion became a major part of her life from then on when how finally came back. He was disappointed that his plan had been wrecked. And he kind of wrote the whole thing off as a failure, not just the religious education. But educating Laura almost he he became more distant from her after this, and according to and he even said that her religious education was the greatest disappointment of his life, and it caused him to take back some of the precis head for the blind in general. So he took it very extreme took it pretty hard us. Definitely. But when Laura was about twenty years old her last and favourite teacher, Sarah white left to be married, and at this point, especially considering that she and how had drifted apart by this point a little bit of school was going to be over for Laura. So she stayed on at Perkins for a time, but she really found life a lot lonelier an isolated without. Having a constant companion with her anymore. So it was thought best by everyone that she go home to her family farm that didn't really work out either. The family was too busy running the farm doing their everyday things that they did. And they didn't have time for the twenty four hour, companionship, and the constant questions that she was used to. And so she started get depressed. She started to get sick. And how of eventually got word enough to lupin Dorothea Dix who we've talked about on an earlier podcast who was also a friend of Laura's to help raise the money for a lifetime endowment for her to live at Perkins. As long as she wanted to. And she ended up staying there for the rest of her life returning to her family farm, only for summers as an adult at the school. She lived in a cottage, and she taught needlework apparently she was a really strict teacher too. I think we mentioned that before I think if you if you didn't have neat stitches, she just make you rip the whole thing out and start over that's tough. But. She'd also read a lot she'd write letters constantly she'd travel occasionally to she'd knit she'd embroider she'd make lace and so things to sell to people who came to see her often, she would include an attached autograph with that. And she liked having money of her own. She liked having some money to give to charity and buy presents for her friends while she was home one summer. She was baptized in a brook near the family farm, and she also convinced the pastor's wife to learn the manual alphabet. So they could communicate and that way Laura could get more religious instruction, and we mentioned this little bit when talking about her her sense of humor, but to strangers she did seem less friendly and less pleasant as she grew older, but perhaps that's in part due to all her losses. She got very close to her younger sister on these trips back to the farm and her sister passed away how died in eighteen seventy six and just within a year or so after that two of her teachers died. Died. So at age fifty nine Laura got sick with erysipelas, which is a streptococcus infection and died may twenty fourth eighteen eighty nine. The last word that she spelled out was mother a year before she died, though, Laura did meet Helen Keller. And as we mentioned the eight year old annoyed Laura by stepping on. But so bad I impress. But Keller's parents who were dealing with the same tantrums that Laura's family had dealt with years earlier happen to read dickens, eighteen forty two American travels where if you'll remember from the dickens podcast he wrote at length about the Ben sensational twelve year old Laura who was imprisoned in a quote, more marble cell. He was very poetic and his descriptions of her and the promise of Laura's story made Keller's parents contact Perkins where they were connected with recent grad and Sullivan, a good friend of Laura's and someone who was familiar with house method of instruction. So the famous auto moment in Keller story. He came. When Sullivan spelled out water on Keller's hand, while running water, the other it's very famous seeing that I think we all probably learned in grade school. Yup. Exactly and Keller is so close, I guess, I should say bridge. Minnesota closely connected with Keller because of that link in her, parents, and dickens and all of that. But Keller did always acknowledge bridge 's earlier education and its effect on her own life. But lures stories may be best summed up with something that she said as a child when her teacher was explaining to her that while most people had five senses. She just had three senses. And according to Krista delusional in American nineteenth century history. Laura thought about this for a moment. And then she answered her teacher that no she actually had one more since the match she had the sense of touch. She had taste smell and then a fourth fence, which she called think. And I mean that. How does that not just some up everything she learned and did that you can think, but if you have the ability to express it you can live a full life? Thank you so much for joining us on this Saturday. If you have heard an Email address or Facebook URL or something similar over. The course of today's episode since it is from the archive that might be out of date. 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Oct. 19, 2018: Data shakeup, artful daughter, Othello champ, bicycle etiquette and Japan Yesterday.

Japan This Week

16:26 min | 2 years ago

Oct. 19, 2018: Data shakeup, artful daughter, Othello champ, bicycle etiquette and Japan Yesterday.

"Shake, rattle and roll a Japanese firm admits to falsifying quality control data over its products. This time accompany responsible for earthquake shock-absorbing systems? No cause for concern there. A double homicide with all the plot twists and turns of a mystery novel. She allegedly killed her brother and her father and tranquilized. Her mother, the case of the artful daughter coming up. The youngest ever a fellow champ flown home to Japan on a n a by the previous youngest champ. Now that's a reversal. We'll bring you in a few minutes. Did you know that Japan today has a section called heavier, say for all readers voice their opinions on weighty subjects or not a selection of comments from this week, subject on bicycle manners later. In our last story we return to yesterday nineteen. Thirty seven. In fact, when an inspiring Helen Keller visited Japan on the first of her many visits, we'll bring you a little bit of her hope in light at the end of the show. So stay tuned. Hi and welcome to Japan this week. A quick recap of stories. We're following on the Japan today website for the week ending. October nineteenth, two thousand eighteen. I'm Jeff Richards. Thanks for joining us and let's get right to it. Let me shake things up a little in. Our first story over the past few years has been a continuing stream of revelations about major Japanese companies, falsifying quality control inspection data, think Takata airbags. Mitsubishi Motors, fuel economy, claims, Kobe Steel. In fact, car manufacturers condo builders foodmakers many more have all admitted to this type of data fabrication. In recent years, the latest company is k y, b corporation, which makes wait for it, earthquake shock-absorbers. These aren't the small shock absorbers on a car or a motorcycle. These are shock-absorbers for buildings this week. It admitted to fudging inspection data for more than a decade involving nearly one thousand buildings that include facilities for the twenty twenty Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Government offices and the six hundred thirty four meter high, Tokyo sky tree. Not exactly the place. You'd want to be if a major shaker were to hit the metropolis government buildings affected include those of the Asaka come gala and Nagano prefectural governments, Yokohama city as well as Nagoya university facilities k be executives did their usual bowing apologizing at a news conference this week. This is the norm in Japan. When a scandal comes to light or least when they're caught Osaka governor issued, oh, Matt sui blasted k be for installing defective products and demanded compensation replacement of the devices. He also said the latest Campbell shows and I quote a decline in corporate ethics. Japan today readers agree with him, do the hustle rights Oga grief. It just never ends how many construction companies have come under fire for falsified data and sub-standard materials and workmanship in recent years? What are they going to do about sky tree? Can it be fixed or will it be condemned. To the lack of scruples and depends companies is absolutely disgusting and from halls Brown. They need to start sending people to prison for this kind of thing. It's an absolute scandal that once again puts thousands of lives at risk, both very good comments, my humble opinion, these types of things. Yes, they happen in other countries, but Japan being a country that prides itself on its safety, perhaps some real jail times are finally in order for some of these corporate executives instead of that usual bowel and apology. And I'll tell you another thing. I certainly wouldn't want to be in Tokyo sky tree during even a small tremor does this mean they should close it or stop people from going as a major tourist attraction, visit us at pan today dot com and let us know. Willer. Next story reads more like the plot from an Agatha, Christie, murder, mystery. So pay attention and I'll present all the details a forty four year old woman already under arrest for killing her forty year old brother by making it look like he committed suicide was rearrested this week. This time charged with the murder of her father by giving him a large dose of insulin. Police say that in January, a Chemi Adachi who is the president of a construction company in Osaka prefecture gave her diabetic father, a huge dose of insulin and some sleeping pills. He collapsed at home and remained in hospital for six months until he died. This past June before that, though, in March Adachi was arrested on suspicion of killing her brother must meet to at their parents house. At that time, Adachi had called muscle meet whose wife and urged her to come to their parents home because she said something had happened to him, meaning her brother when must meets his wife. Arrived Adachi showed her a suicide note and said that he had shot himself in the toilet sealing the door with an adhesive bond. When they did manage to open the door, they found mustard meets his lifeless body on the toilet room floor traces of charcoal ver- cats were found in the toilet itself must meet his death was listed as probable suicide due to carbon monoxide poisoning. However, an autopsy found traces of sleeping pills in his body. Furthermore, that adhesive that was used to close the door. Well, an empty bottle of that was found not in the Twitter room, but in another room in the house, along with a lighter police learned that Cami had been prescribed certain sleeping pills, which they believe she somehow gave to her brother like via spiked drink. A suicide. Note purportedly from the victim was later found by his wife who said the reading did not look like her husband's. Then police found the text of that note on a. Amies computer one more thing. The Adachi sixty seven year old mother was also found collapsed at the house. On that day, she told police, she blacked out after drinking, a much Latin made by a chemi-. A much latte is a green tea, Latino. That is very popular here in Japan, a Kemi maintains that her brother took his own life. She told Peavy media before her arrest in March that she had nothing to gain from killing her brother, but police suspect life insurance or a dispute over inheriting their father's business may be motives for her actions. Well, the suspect gets no sympathy from Japan today. Readers smarter has says, this is one of those truth is stranger than fiction stories. I would not want to accept a drink from that woman and Stewart. Gail simply says a few schoolboy errors there. No doubt folks them spot on comments. You know, for the most part, the sleeping pills and the circumstances are exactly that all circumstances evidence, but. I don't know that he's of being found outside of the room that year dead giveaway right there. What do you think what visit US? Japan today to common, let us know your thoughts. Well, it's not that often that we get really uplifting news stories on Japan today. But here's one now I had my choice between the late Sacre blooming recently here in Japan and this one, and I'll go with the human interest story. Every time case gave who coochie he's eleven, and now he's the two thousand eighteen world champion of the fellow board game the youngest ever. Now, you know, Thilo it's that green board game with the white and black pieces that you tried to convert. Yeah. Okay. Well, we've all played it well, Fukuchi got a big surprise while on his return flight to Japan after the competition in Prague in the Czech Republic, the previous youngest ever champion that's me hitting the microphone stand with my air quotes was Kunihiko taneeka who won the title in nineteen eighty two when he was fifteen. Well, you'll never guess what Taneda does now. But of course, I'm gonna. Tell you he's a pilot for an All Nippon Airways, and he happened to be the one in the cockpit of the plane that flew Fukuchi back to Japan from Dusseldorf. Now, if you're thinking, what are the odds? Well, it wasn't purely a coincidence knowing that coochie would be on the flight to Tokyo an decided to have to Mita fly him home as a special surprise during the flight to Nita maiden announcement telling passengers that the world champion for fellow was on the flight. Imagine the surprise and excitement, congratulating the boy for breaking his record as the youngest titleholder ever the to pose for photos after their arrival in Japan. Thank goodness. It was after their arrival. None midair and Japan today, readers were impressed. Pure guy says congratulations to the boy on the title, and also the pilot's announcement must've felt great while Chico three ads. Wow, congratulations to Fukuchi and great sportsmanship onto nita's part. How. Amazing. Is that how amazing of slow news week? But I am glad that we end readers could find something special in there or my just getting so cynical after all of these crazy JT stories. Did you know Japan today regularly puts up polls on the top page of our website. We do the tweak. In fact, it's called have your say, and it asks readers to have their say, we want input on everything from astounding stories to Xena phobia. Well, this week's question received plenty of responses given what some might consider a trivial matter. Bicycle etiquette, has I said folks, it's pin kind of a slow news week, but here we are well, Japan today, readers did have a lot to say bicycles are a very common means of transportation in Japanese cities where they're allowed onto the busy sidewalks. There's bicycles careening around pedestrians, pedestrian slowly, ambling out of the way of bicyclists and cars. On the other side, it's chaos, people chaos, they're everywhere, and there have been quite a few accidents and other mishaps involving cyclists this year. So. Japan today in its have your say section this week, asked readers what they thought of bicycling manners in Japan. The answer not much. Here's just a small selection of what some people had to say, and we're gonna start with Luddite. Let's see. No lights at night is very common. Cycling too. Fast on the pavement is witness, ignoring traffic signals is normal. Then again, drivers are just as bad cycling on the wrong side of the road idiots holding umbrellas and cell phones is expected not looking where you're going as usual, blaming other cyclists pedestrians drivers for your poor cycling skills in general. Stupidity is essential who nailed that one. You must be one heck of a conscientious by Kreider maybe perhaps, yes, observes there are folks riding around holding umbrellas or their phones creeping up behind you and not using the ring thing, not stopping at junctions looking right. Saw mom with three kids on a bike next question. Yeah, maybe perhaps. Yes. My next question is how do you not know the ringing thing is call. The bell just like that BP thing is called the horn. And finally from Jeff Huffman bicycling, etiquette in Japan. I didn't know there was any pretty spot on comments. Yes, they're super popular here. Now if you're wanna compare cities Asaka versus Tokyo, it's actually quite different. Tokyo is massively popular, but there's lots of hills. Osaka is really quite flat. So the bicyclists are more like terrorists ranting around as fast as they can with no impediments to their speed. You're kinda taking your life in your hand, walking on sidewalks without looking around you when you're out there, but why don't you visit us at Japan today dot com. On our have your say section and chime in on the subject. Well, we end this week's program with another entry in author, Patrick pars Japan yesterday series about famous people who visited Japan in the past this week, mister par brings us the story of a truly inspirational woman. American activist author lecturer Helen Keller who became deaf dumb and blind at the age of nineteen months due to an illness in this installment. We hear how her twenty year old teacher and Sullivan brought Keller out of a world of darkness and the remarkable life. She would lead including three visits to Japan in nineteen thirty seven nineteen forty eight and nineteen fifty. Five par focuses on Keller's first visit in nineteen thirty seven during which the Japanese government made sure she was welcomed with royalty sized crowds. Japan at that time had an estimated one hundred sixty thousand blind and one hundred thousand deaf citizens. Only four thousand of whom were receiving. Any form of education at all a situation killer very much wanted to address. It was a difficult period in Japan. US relations and Keller was well aware of her precarious position between peacemaker and American propagandist. But she had her own message of hope and light to pass on. And she would spend the next ten weeks visiting thirty three cities as she gave talks to more than one million people to Keller and the Japanese people her inspiring story usurped any kind of political agenda. Next month par will look at the visit to baseball magic pan of one of the most famous ball players of all time, the legendary Ruth. And that was a quick recap of the news from Japan this week for October nineteenth. Thanks to the Japan today editors for curing the stories. Thanks to come some econ for his production assistance and terrible jokes. Thanks as always to you. All of our listeners readers and commenters out there. Please keep them coming. You can find links to all of the news mentioned in this podcast in the show notes below. And since the news from Japan never stops, follow us on Twitter at at pan today for all the breaking stories you can join our Facebook page forward, slash Japan today for more news and comments if you'd like. And of course you can and you should visit the Japan today website at anytime at Japan today dot com. If you have a question or comment about the show or the website, we're always happy to hear from you, get in touch with us by Email at podcast at Japan today dot com, and we'll try to answer it whenever we can because we're lazy that way you can get. Men this week at whatever podcast store you shop at or if you're listening on an iphone simply say, hey, Siri subscribed to the Japan, this week podcast, she's probably not as tongue tied. To the podcast Japan. This week by Japan today, of course, I would if you find our show informative or at least entertaining, please leave us a rating or review on apple or Google podcasts from the Japan today. Newsroom g plus media and Tokyo. I'm Jeff Richards and join us again next week for quick recap of Japan's biggest and smallest stories sign our folks.

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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 287-New Oberpfalz Brewing

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

49:48 min | 2 years ago

Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 287-New Oberpfalz Brewing

"Uh. A law. The Yankee pup studios. Now, the Yankee craft beer. Arken the pipes being pulled. Not allowed to bring the drums and let's have a potty. Just. David. Began. James e projector. Dick jacobs. Take it away. For that. We down in Griffith, Indiana this week and with his ding with the trinity of breweries that have come in for quite a bit of notoriety amongst the craft brewing environment of these days. I know the guys drinking mentioned it, and of course, the Britain Yankee is headed down to Griffith, Indiana for its annual brew bus to bringing some thirty on cross beer enthusiasts to visit down here but with, oh, hey, we wanna go down here and just have a little bit of a chat with some of the people headed time because we know that not going to be a time for recording sitting here with the lovely Kimberly today. I'm glad you came. You can drive back if too many songs can. All right, good man, Google. I'm usually we'd lingo. It's the Britain, Yankee, Kimberly, your the Yankee for today. Anyway, you all the Yankee. Anyway. I'm sitting down here pre-opening at new over Faust now to get that right? Because it's one of them woods. It's going to be in that an f. and then a nail silent Pedes over faults over fouls. Okay. And that is the voice of Mr. Dan lenr who is the owner slash had brewer slash do everything guy down here. Right Haydn. Hello. So when we come down Griffith, it's a small. I would say, I guess I don't know if you call it a Chicago Subba. No, because we're in Indiana, so I don't know what you call that conglo of places. A lot of people who live in Griffith work in Chicago. Even if they don't work in Chicago, they depend on Chicago for their livelihood in some way. So. Okay, it's part of the we get Chicago TV. We get the water Chicago drinks. So you couple from Chicago completely the neighb- the noisy neighbors across the board on right. He's to Chicago cups hat on good man. All right, and blows assaults and these. Yes, but sorry about the cups, not making the playoffs. Quick post-season. Yeah, quick postseason. Right. Unfortunately, it was against the Rockies which is my daughter who lives in Denver. So there was plenty of shouting at me coming across the Airways once they won. So then. You presented for delightful looking samples of a very similar kala, but they're all different types of is now what exactly is you'll borough about? I think there's a lot of German tradition haring news. We wanna founded the brewery. Step back to before I started the brewery, I was merely a home brewer, and I would spend a lot of time making German beers like Helen Keller beer and Martin. And so when it founded the burritos of the beers that I knew how to make fears, I enjoyed making it enjoy drinking and I founded the brewery. I thought that there was. A market for these beers that wasn't being fulfilled by other brewers. So Halas lager has become our top selling beer. It is something people seek us out for. We've won awards for it and it's a difficult beer to make in from a scientific perspective from a physical perspective, it's a little easier on the brewery on the brewers because it's lighter. There's less stuff to move around, right? The yeast tend to enjoy their time in it. Because it is a lighter style. But yeah, this is really the foundation of new over falls. Due to caution? Yeah, we do not. We have a pretty traditional American style brewing system, and we do we can do step infusions, but we don't have a mash cooker to auctions and in unless we're using some artisan bohemian floor, malted pills, you know, those type of malts it doesn't. It doesn't always translate into a big difference in the finished product. If you do to cock, you know, fully modified, modern malt. The difference might be there, but it also might be negligible. So you just earned a lot of hours and a lot of energy. Something you really can't pick up. It's like, yeah, we did it that way, but the mall, she is the traditional Germans. Or are you using mixture Americans? It's on the style or the brand beer that we make for our house lager. It's percent German mall in Germany comes. I'm tasting this and it some quite delicious. This is the hell us exactly. I think that it is one of the styles that people who have previously been drinking. Let's say domestic macro bruise can easily jump over to. Do you think that has contributed to the SAS of this spare and the stocks are for this brewery because of Indiana? I'm trying to say this delicately you know, they will probably like along the places in some of the regionals of Illinois where domestic beer was what they drive. Guessing? No, I think for people who are it's definitely across over brand where it's a crowd pleaser people who are into craft, can appreciate Halas for what it is. And there are guys who are big time craft beer enthusiasts. You come in here and say, the Hella sloggers their desert island beer. That's the only beer they could drink forever. Right? Because it's all needs. It's flavorful yet. It's sessional. It's lighter, put it has body. And it has a lot of characters. So the character of the ingredients show through in Hollis. Right. I think more so than you know, Hoppy style where views can get a bit one dimensional. So leading on from that, we'll go back to little bit how you came to open this place in a minute because we kind of diverse. Have you had to brew New England IFA. A good man. Glad you said that. John, who you saw in the back, you called me the head brewer, but in many respects on the assistant and John is. Responsible for a great deal of what we do for the bureau of. I think I haven't put these to believe I do, but as we've grown and the needs of the business of taking me away from being a hundred percent committed just to making beer Jonah's done, a lot with John, and I talk about New England PA and I see what's going on. And I see what's going on. I see. That is going on. I'm not a big New England might be fan, but not either. I mean, I've enjoyed a number of them. It's hard to do them well, and. Whenever it comes up, we talk about it for a while. We kick it around and then we simply go back to, let's focus on what we do and and do a better. So let's go back to the history of new up. Still have trouble new Faust. So you are Homebrew. The next step was, hey, you know, people love Euboea that could be something to this timeframe, and we look at, oh, about. I would see six years ago, seven years ago, I began to think about it in earnest and explore it and. Starting to think about what it would cost and what it would entail and. You know, took a couple long years of planning and research to figure out if it's something number one that I could do something I wanted to do, but could I swing it just being kind of. Average. Not from a wealthy family, not and I don't have a lot of rich friends and. You know, how would be, how would I be able to swing this and do it because I love to make beer and right. I was making a good living doing something else. And Edgar. What will you in previously? I was in sales and food and beverage l. history also background there. Yeah, it's a lot of the things I used to do. A lot of my experience translates into into selling beer and certainly running a company that makes a consumable good. I've seen a lot of this stuff before kind of thing. I wasn't afraid of the administration or the legal or regulatory stuff because it's all things that I had experienced. But. So the you moved from that comfort zone into something a little less comfortable. What sort of a system did you start up with that. I as we poss- through thinking it was fifteen barrel. So it's it's a ten barrel mash time seven zero kettle. Okay. And then we have when we first started, we had three fifteen barrel for mentors and one seven barrel firm enter. And it took us. About two and a half years to max out that capacity. And we added another fifteen barrow for a mentor. Last year in in the winter and. We've kind of gobbled that of two. When I put the brew together, I wanted to have about a thousand barrel capacity, and I greatly overestimated my ability to clear beer and and get the yeast to again what we wanted to do quick enough. So that even with the addition of the fourth fifteen barrel fermented were still. We'll probably do about seven hundred barrels this year and did o two hundred and forty or something in our first year, which was an incomplete year, but it was still eleven months of business. So. So do you actually distribute out now we do. You know if you've had that sales background, you know how that works? Yeah. No, we distributed distribute before this taproom was even open. We distributed beer to local bar and Highland, and we were a package in distribution for before we were, you know, taproom group of environment. Right? And that's. Always been my vision for the Buri. There's just. There's there's more beer week and Megan more beer week, get out. Your your name has an interesting background. Oversleep suggests Jovan feel an as sitting in the top room, hey, you have the traditional rough hewn benches, but they all kind of kind of jovial feel too. A little bit about how that name came about? My family immigrated from the over falls in Germany. It's district in Bavaria. So think of it like a county. They don't have counties. They have administrative district. Okay. Administrative district. With the Germans. The oversee night. No, apparently my ancestors did too. That's. But when I was in high school, I had a relative who planted of immigration papers from the first letter of my lineage. In my parents hands and she'd come across. She was elderly, and she had come across the stack of old documents from this guy from the hundreds. And she made copies of everything for everybody in the family or every head of family and our family and gave those copies to my folks. And it's something that we've always cherished, you know, to kind of know where your ancestors came from, and and you know where your family name is from and that kind of thing. So in the course of growing up. I got to go to Germany with the group friends. And when I was about twenty seven, I was a long time ago, but I went back a second time with my wife when we got married and we did a two week trip a honeymoon in Europe. And we went to France and Luxembourg and Germany, and we went back to the town. In the over falls that my ancestor come from drove through. It is pretty neat experience the bit. Yes, while there's it's it's kind of the towns. They're very small and they're like, hamlet's. You know, it's not a proper town that has a shopping district and undertake district in, you know, a bunch of neighborhoods, it's like three blocks and. A couple of streets, and there's, you know, a grain elevator and a dozen houses and maybe store. So it's it's much smaller, but it was cool to go through there and see this place kind of fell in love with it from just from being there. There's brewery right up the hill. So you look down on this little hamlet in you're sitting at this castle brewery in this five hundred year old castle woods castles a relative term. It looks more like a row house than a castle, but. They have this great little there and get sit there and drink Hellas. So actually Keller beer Calvet and do make. That was our first beer. Okay. Keller beer and. Yeah, just kicking around names. You know, what do I call it? And there were a lot of things on the list, and I'm glad new over falls. Was what we arrived at is leaving the looking back. Some of those could've could've gone terrible. Right. Sinn hairless take a quick break. Come back and on us get little bit will about the b. is and. Particular labels. We said that we were going to talk a little bit about the aspect of you'll beer that is your labels. But before I do that, I am taking a sip of what you produce this time of year and you don't have a name for it. You just go it Tova fest. And is it a Marzan style or more of a spot in type of log Tova fess span? Maybe to be overly specific. It's category forty three b. Adored Mun style export October fest. Okay. So yes, along those spot in lines of lighter, more drinkable little more dry. And that's what we were going for the first two years. We did October fest. We did more of a Martin style, and there was a lot of care Mel Malton and they were good beers. The problem is you have one and you're like, wow, that was that was a lot, you know, that's it's a lot of flavor. That's a lot of mall. And when you look at Tober fest on the whole, the funny statistic from October fest is that eighty five percent of the beer that's consumed on the vice is hell is it's not even Tober fast because people have one and you say, wow, that was that's quite enough for me. I'll switch back to the lighter stuff so we wanted to to produce beer that people could have two or three of an enjoy it for the entire day. Instead of gears, we'll see, we never actually asked about the hell what that was, but I'm going to minutes something like four or five. Five. Yeah. Halas we like to. We'll swing a little bit. We still have swings in our ABC. It's between four, nine, five one. The last eighteen months we haven't deviated from from that range and then is six point two. That's a little high of it'll. Yeah, it'll stab you a little bit, but. But the flavor is is much lighter than than a March and style. We were fortunate enough to go to Tova fast many moons ago probably fifteen years ago and we were in the poll Leinna ten, I think it was. And so off to three or four log Stein's all Elena. Think I was on. And you had you had the shandy rushing, right? We've lemonade. Andy, and so I just have had keep filling it up with more limited. And since then came us become a non drinker. So. No, no. Boston Tova, which is going on right now. That's the rabbits closing weekend for and you've got an October fest coming here this weekend, as we paused as we drove down in Griffith. Right. So do they have all the three Burs they're providing there? I'm pretty sure we won't be sending Tober fest to that because we don't what we have is what we have left. Poring is what we have. So we're sending hop wagon IP. The German brewery gets to send two towns October fest, but you know what don't store different tune. Okay. Wholesaler, Kelly breweries who they do a lot of German beers. And so they're going to have imports of October fest and then the American styles from the three blue something for everybody. Right. But I can't speak for the other two. I don't know. Maybe those guys are sending their Tober, but we simply cannot so. Well, that's, that's good that it selling his. So let's talk a little bit about your labels. Now if you go out to your website, they, they described the ones that you have that are being distributed that you put in balls or cans. I'm not certain which by that in a second, but the labels are really dawn cool. That very colorful that almost like almost like a cop tune style, but but not, you know, blatant Khantun. Where does this come from you doing. No, I'm not. I don't say you'd be ma'am. Many talents. I have a guy named Jean Burke who does. He's done all of our labels early on. I had another really great artists named Joe Christofias who did our brewery logo and did some of our early labels and. Worked with Joe for longtime on on number of projects and then transitioned into working with Jay, and you. Yeah, you need something that. Tells a person about a product before they buy it or consume it, and Jay's work has been able to get that done for us. Typically, I, I give him this much information as I can, but I also like to let him be creative and be an artist and the same way that when we come up with a new one, John comes up with a new beer. I let the brewer, be brewer, and let an artist being artist and let the chef chef and things tend to work a lot better without a ton of input from me. But. Are are labels. People say they're fantastic. Because they're kind of this fantasy realm. Jay creates with the art and very, very colorful. So if you had it on the shelf in liquor store, it was stand down and the new distributor liquor stores. We do. We have about forty five. We only sell the liquor stores. We don't sell the grocery stores except for a whole foods market and share Ville. That's the only you know. It's the only place you could buy warm new over false. Indiana laws are interesting in that grocery stores can't sell cold beer, so don't even like three to whatever none of it. They can sell cold wine, but not beer. And that's wacky says, wine is like I are alcohol and liquor stores. Can't can't sell chips or candy or saline solution, or it's it's kind of silly stuff. Yeah. But okay, I'm sure the state's working on it the working on fixing that, right. Oh, the publications are really helping us out. Back to you'll building here when we drove up, you're on your own like a just on a corner jerem street and owner of, we'll see Fayette Lafayette. Okay. And it must go down to Lafayette Indiana. I think it ends at the railroad trill this building when you look at it from the else I does not appear to be too large, but as you go back away, I mean you talking on one side and then there's another building, which was it attach was this all one building or have you taken residents in two? Now the the property came. The way that it stands right now, the buildings were never to and the taproom building that were sitting in now. You know is the public space and then the brewers completely cut away from it. So there's not a viewing window or, you know, people can't really see our our equipment or our process, which is good and bad. I mean, I like that, you know, people can't see me sweating and Cussing back there. And I've been sitting here with the last what fifty minutes. I can't imagine you ever sweat. It happens. So how did you get the building? What was it before you came in? And did you have to do much work to bring it to where it is today, which must have been is really cool environment. I like the open rafters that you have yet. You got off that it's really cool. Thank you. It was a it was when I bought the building, it was an antique store that. It was operating here for number of years. I think when did I buy two thousand and. Thirteen. I bought the building in September two thousand thirteen. So there's a woman operating in antique store out of here and she wanted to move on and move the building. She had bought the building and like two thousand eight, two thousand nine at the kind of the trough of the market. And I bought it from her at a profit to her. I don't think she lost anything on it, but the building was in bad shape at needed. The roof was sagging. About six inches. So you had to Jack the whole building up. Replace the the post that you see our new and we, we needed those to rely on the roof and. Get the building back, kind of scoop somewhat more squared up. I doubt it's completely square, but. Just to. To get it in some some sense of stability because the building was kinda fallen in on it self, and there were three layers of walls. There was plaster and lathe, and the older parts building. The windows were pretty the windows that were here would beat up, and there were a number of windows that were plywood painted over, and you know the building seen better days. So it was I spent the winter of twenty thirteen with me, and I grew up about ten miles from here. So bunch of my old high school and college buddies, and my dad and my brother gutted the whole place filled to stump, stir after dumpster for four months of debris and got everything all cleaned up for the contractor to come in and help put it back together. Well, it's a real nice job on it and pleased to see that you have a bell hanging up over there. Is that your time, gentlemen, please Bill? No. No, they haven't a pub in England. We, we use it for gigantic tips which happens once in a while. It's it's wrong for something. That's just one. Thank you just isn't enough. But that comes from there's a bar in kilroy's in Lansing where I grew up and they have a bell that's much smaller. So my brother and I used to go up there for beers a lot when we were younger and. He got the bell forming, we have to get a bigger bell Bill. Yeah, we have a Bill in the time. Gentlemen, please bell down in Britain, Yankee pop, and that is what was wrong. The end of when we recall down in my basement, which is the Britain, Yankee, pob, let me ring the bell time. Gentlemen, please drink up. It is. We use addition in English pumps. We did that. There's the guy who used to work here did that the first week and somebody finally complaints stop bringing the bell. We get it. You want us to leave stopping in the bell. Okay. Now you, I believe, have a restaurant as well. Right? Some. So the food service that you know is that pot. Delicious overdue, delicious. Delicious. The pictures. So over. See that's of the chef is just appearing. Let's pot of your what seems to be the appeal to the three Brucie because all three of them, I think have food from correct? Yes. At least two might not. What was your deciding factor to say? I'm gonna have some food as well as going to have real good bit. We always had food when we first started. It was pretty pathetic though. We had styrofoam balls chilly with a plastic. We had a meat and cheese plate that like everyone we sold. We would lose like three dollars on because nothing was costed outright and it just we were. We were doing it to keep people here to give them something to eat while they drank. We didn't wanna tank people up with booze and send him out on the street on an empty stomach. So. Yeah. There's no zero. Yeah, right. But yeah, we didn't want to. We wanted to create environment where people come and hang out. We've always had in Indiana. If you have a family seating area, it's kind of a big deal. There's a food requirement for Indiana law that you need some kind of food and you need soft drinks and other beverages, you just can't sell alcohol, beverages, family seating area. Does that mean you've got some special area for people who can bring families or is it? Oh, family oriented, not the upstairs seating area is or I didn't know that. Oh, okay. There's about five tables up there and outdoors and the the limiting factor is the site line to the taps. Yeah, where kids can't see beer being poured right where to protect them from that. Yes, yeah. That is an evil that they should never have exposed to. Heaven forbid right. Exactly. So yeah, when we when we opened, we ve always been family friendly and food's always been a part of it. But as we've grown, the food has grown with us. And when I look back every year, what amount of money we reinvest in the business toward beer production and then food production or service staff, or you know people working on this side of the building, it's. By large goes to food. Now you guys are actually you open up eleven right a on Friday, which we are here recording. So I think you've just opened for business here. Typically you get a crowd coming in at lunchtime, or is it more heading tools evening? It depends on the day. There is no rhyme or reason to when people come here. I wish there was a reason they come. And speaking of good bear. I've moved onto the other song that you provided which pills right, and you just call it pills German gem pills. Okay. Now you do have names for some of you biz because I looked how to make show the three I've had so far have been Hello, slog type of fist and Jemma pills. You've named the IP a witch of the biz has a name that you particularly liked and also what is your favorite beer that you prove. The favorite beer? My favorite beer. It's a tossup between how some pills for me. But I'm just tasted the pills. And I think that that's that one does sell as well as the hell goes. This one is a straight out real easy drinker. And I put that in more in the the vein of the domestic Brits. So many of the domestic beers are based on German style pills. It's it's an adjunct German style pills, what Miller lite, or course lied or any of those beers really is if you get down to it. Germinal cells. Great, not as well as hell. But then again, we don't make as much of it as hell. So in we run out of all of our beer. So it's really, it's challenging to know what what's really doing. Well, you know, we don't have scanned data from AC Nielsen IRS or anybody like that to look and say, oh, well, that's doing better in the same time rate. It's whatever we make, we get rid of and. That's about the size, but, but yeah, pills dose screen. But to answer your question about the beer's that the beer names that I like the most. For not to seem boring, but the German styles, the traditional styles of beer. We just tend to name the style. So if we had acute name to go with Schwartz beer, it'd be like, that's a mouthful that's confusing. That's too much. Most people don't know what Schwartz beer is. The most people don't know what Hella says either. So we, we call it, you know, bright lager or kind of put some twist on the style. When really it's hell. And what we're trying to do is to make a great representation of a classic style. So that's where we have a reverence for those beer styles. So we tend to to keep it like that for our American styles are I p as and and that kind of thing, we name them. We come up with stuff. Until storm is probably my favorite beer name because he's a, it's a double. I like the beer too, but the name and the the visual from the label is really cool, which came up with was neat. And you know, I, it's from when we were building the place and every morning I'd have to come in and clear the toads out of the taproom ahead of. Ahead of the construction worker. So every night they would come in because the place was wide open. There weren't doors on it or windows, and as. As. Storms? Yes. I mean, you're in, you're in the kind of in the middle of town. Where were the toads coming from? I don't know. This is the latest towed report. The rear building. So there was there was before there was a parking line grass. It was a gravel parking lot, and there was kind of this, you know, grassy area around all the buildings and their railroad ties stacked up for planner beds. And so it was the the property itself looked a lot different. And there were, you know, they're more birds living in the back building. There were toads there were they're all kinds of things. The fire Geist as named after the salamanders that I found when I was digging with a Bob cat one day and I'm digging out some railroad ties outrun a couple of salamanders that were they were down there trying to hibernate. So. Yeah, but toad storm every morning I walk around and I put a bunch of toads in my hat and. Walk walk to the neighbor's house across the alley and drop off the toads. And do you have a toe problem? Still? We do. We get towards all summer long on the patio. They'll hang out underneath the lights, the outside lights because the bugs will come in at night and swarm around the light, and we'll have green tree frog, just sticking to the side of the building. In the summertime, it's it's a wildlife environment, beer environment down. What's I quick break comeback, and we're going to try your traditional American that which is cool. I don't know if this one's Trish, it's loose Geist IP aids, newer IP easy for you. Easy for you to say, okay, now he's giving me a night Lord. Two. In the back rooms, we came through the brewing area. We did know just a canning or bottling machine, which one it was. It was tell us a little bit about walk goes into the offals how you decided to do that. Do we don't can anything we bottle everything in twelve ounce, glass bottles or that machine also runs twenty two outs bomber bottles for our higher test beers like Russian imperial stout. It's about the only brand we're still putting into a bomber. Two varieties of those, right? We've done for different Russian imperial Stoute's, but we have to available right now. So I'm drinking your you. Cool. This one lookouts also something Loof Geist guy. So. Of the wind or spirit of the air. Right. Okay. It has some type of citrusy hop in it. I'm assuming Rillo. I'm okay. I got that almost orange e. No, quite great. Fruity mounts. I get a ton of orange in the aroma for that beer. Nice ducal this a west coast, east coast, midwest. It's a weed IP, so brewed with wheat. And that kind of gives a little bit of that sharp sharpness to the hot profile and kinda wakes up the malt composition of that beer quite a bit the week did good things for it. Yeah, I get about in the middle of the mouth feel that Maltese come true, very briefly in the end. I get nice orangey by coming through. So quite quite a refreshing and nice balanced. It's the first time we've put it out. We've been kicking it around for a long time and we had a hole in the schedule to seven barrel batch. So so a lot of people have put are putting the biz into the pint cans or even, you know, the regular six pack size, twelve ounce yet, but you've decided to go with bottles. Any particular reason? It's hard to say without talking bad about cans, but, oh, hey, let's talk about can tonight on FOX fan. Cans just aren't for me as as a beer drinker and as a consumer, and I've spent twenty. Two years in consumer products and. Glasses, the better package for me and you could talk about light struck beers, and you know, problems with with light as pertains to beer. And I don't know that that's a very good argument and. For me the the inert nature of glass packaging was what we were going after. I think it's a higher quality package to take better care of the beer and. It's infinitely recyclable. Then as beer drinker, I buy beer bottle. I don't buy beer in cans and do do drink Pio bid out of buckles because I have a personal thing that I, you know, if I'm drinking a bit at somebody's book a little bit of time in passionate, I want to release the flavor, look at the collar and check out the head, and I always put it into a gloss or a plastic bending alive vital. Yes, no, I'm same way my put every beer into a glass and we don't filter and we don't centrifuge. So the bottle conditioning that our beers go through once they are packaged because there is still a bit of eastern suspension even for you know, a a well braided beer. It goes into a bottle and sits in a cooler somewhere for a week, and you get that sediment that comes out and I like to decant Arbor's off of that sediment and leave that sentiment in the bottle. And I think that comes the closest to draft quality beer from new over fall. So a bottle does that for us if we were to can that beer and people were up, turn it and stir up sediment and get in the beer. It wouldn't be the best representation for our product or the way that we intended to come across people who drink it at home. So coming to the conclusion of our interview hits because I'm going to be sensitive to your time. We got the other two burst Goto from this one. And speaking of that, how do you view the fact that you've got the three? What I've heard? Great Burress and so far number one is coming up with me. I mean, I'd recommend spice to anybody who likes traditional loggers and traditional styles, but can get American IP a Russian imperial style. You know, can't be that. I have actually had Jerry imperial stout when friends vast came down, they brought back a bottle. I have had that and quite delicious. So. How do you view that. Cooperation as co copetition Kosova, see, you know, you could come down here and take your choice. You know, we get people every it's especially prevalent on the weekends and in the wintertime, when there's less to do, people aren't so busy with family and personal stuff where they, they get time to go out and they get to visit all three locations and a day. And that's really neat. They look for our opinion on stuff. Unfortunately, all of us work like fifty or eighty hours a week. So like what do you think of pock row? What do you think there was like? I don't know. I've been there once in four years. I'm always here and when I'm not here the last place I wanna be is another brewery, right? But it's cool to. To feed off one another like that and to share the the, the destination for people who are from out of town. If there were one brewery in town, perhaps they wouldn't stop. But because there are three, perhaps we get more traffic from that. That's just a haunch. But have you done a collaboration? We've not no. Yeah, I think each of us are so busy doing our own and I can only speak for myself, but I've got so many my own problems to solve. I, it's pretty rare for us to work with another brewery on anything, but I mean, we're friendly were no, we're cordial to one another. If I've gotten calls for needs for stuff and answered that call for them. So I like to think we're, you know, good to each other's neighbors and and. We share time. We split time at the Griffith central market, the Griffith festivals throughout the summer, so we can all have our beer there for people who are visiting what's in the future for you guys were we're gonna keep making beer. Boy. We're, we're looking at expanding our brewery footprint, and right now our hours are limited. So adding lunch would be great at some point down the road. A lot of that is staff dependent though, and we keep a really small staff, so yo eleven, but that's only the room. Yeah, the tap room's open at eleven in the morning Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And then Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. We don't open till three pm, right? Because I can't double shift. What about the restaurant? Is that same time soon as you open? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, we're open. Eleven AM kitchens open. We shut the kitchen down at nine thirty at night. We we do last call at ten. Okay. So yeah, we've got food of pretty much the whole time. We're open every day. Yeah, but getting a little more room, I own the land. So building on it isn't have to work with anyone necessarily. Right. Yeah. And I I've been so supportive of as that we've done and I, I don't think that would be too much of an issue. Like I wanna build something in Griffith, they they'd be all for it. Well, certainly you are thirty three percent of what's putting on the craft beer on map and for a lot of people in Indiana, Indiana in Illinois guys come a little of months to come to Griffith. Okay. Says great bit here. Okay, so this is the sixty four thousand dollar question. We was Oskar. What's your phone number and how can people find you the phone number for the brewery? He's looking. Two one, nine, five, one, three. That's Barrasso I can't believe what percent of the Bruce we us do not know the phone, so don't worry about it right. I just I called it last night at nine o'clock, but it's two one, nine, five one three, nine, three, four one. And you're located at one twenty one east main street in Griffith, Indiana, and the website is WWW dot new Ober fault stout OB ER p. f. a. l. z dot com. And I've got it right. New befalls. Yes. Dan, thank you so much for giving us some of your day. I know you're pretty busy. We'll be saying you all Tober twentieth. I don't know if you'll be here, but certainly will bring, hopefully a craft brew bus full of people anxious to try your biz. I'm going to recommend all of these ones that I've had today. Well, maybe the IP is a little more standard, but I think you'll three German styles just outstanding. Do you think we'll have the topa festival and tap? We may. It's up to me. I wish it could have. So I think we're looking forward to come down here once again. Thank you very much. Indeed too much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks for coming. All right. Just. The. Tone. The. On this phone. Down upon. Dave. John k. But. But these.

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Conspiracy Truthies (ep. 89)

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Conspiracy Truthies (ep. 89)

"It's the kind of thing you hear about from your neighbor neighbor. Who heard it from his co workers cousin or you read about it in a twitter thread? That's potentially more entertaining than it is trustworthy or here from a TV show host. WHO takes his shirt off for some reason and screams until these red in the face that the Department of Defense had requested seven million dollars to develop kabaya logical weapon to weaken enemy combatants by making them? Gay The craziest part about it. That's true. Oh my name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts as I write the script in November of twenty nineteen. And hello hello to you resplendent. People of the future the jail cell death of a man who provided underage sex trafficking victims to politicians business magnates royalty he allegedly was considered suicide for about ninety seconds for conspiracy theories began flying the craziest thing about conspiracy theories stories that sometimes just sometimes they're actually true. This week's topic was voted on by our members at Patriotair dot com slash. Your brain on facts in fact they voted unanimously for this topic of the choices presented which is the first time that's ever happened all all patrons get to vote once a month on episode topic including our newest five dollar patron Sandra again. Apologies from this pronounced your name. Do you remember watching that seventies show and how the kids would all get into their circle. Were suddenly they were goofy and giggly and there was smoke wafting through the room. There there was a bit when they were talking about the things they keep saying when they're in the circle and the character of hide brings up his apparently belabored point that the the government actually has the plans for a water powered car engine but is suppressing it because of big oil a lot of people believe the same thing to be true these days about electric cars and it is true or at least it was a hundred years ago. You see one hundred years ago. Only ten percent of Americans actually owned cars. General Motors had lost sixty five million dollars a year. Nineteen twenty dollars and they had to face the fact that cars just weren't that important to the other ninety percent of the population. This is where less successful people you might have said you know what horses are. Okay I guess instead. General Motors decided to find a way to make cars worthwhile by eliminating other other forms of transportation according to a Senate report in the Nineteen Thirties. GM Goodyear firestone and oil companies joined together her to form a number of fake rail companies. They would buy up all the small companies that operated America's small town railroad systems then dismantle them and soon enough Americans were forced to buy cars to get around by the mid nineteen fifties. The fake rail companies had replaced last nine hundred of the twelve hundred public railroad systems with gas powered buses and cars. And we're ready to take on the biggest electric railway system in the world world in Los Angeles. Yes the city that's famous for bumper to bumper traffic once had fifteen hundred miles of electric railways. GM bought out the local railway companies and a few years later. There wasn't a Single Electric Streetcar Operating in La. If this sounds a little bit familiar to you it's also so similar to part of the plot from WHO framed Roger Rabbit bonus fact the title who framed Roger Rabbit has no question mark in it because they just didn't like the way it looked on the poster. Now you can't just go around forming illegal monopolies set Willy Nilly and get away with it in nineteen forty seven. The government convicted ten ten of the biggest corporations in America with conspiracy and find gm a whopping five thousand dollars. GM somehow survived that had financial blow illegal conspiracy had made it one of the most successful companies of the twentieth century and all they had to do was destroy the infrastructure of dozens of American cities not to mention force people to buy forms of transportation. That might be equivalent to their entire annual salary. One of the most classic conspiracy theories are government assassinations. especially when you combine it with the general paranoia of believing that someone yourself or someone else is secretly being monitored by the government. The government really does keep tabs on a lot of celebrities. This isn't so so much of a surprise to us now. After an assay whistle blower Edward Snowden made us all aware of how much we were all being listened to but try to cast your mind back to any time before ten years ago. Imagine the government tracking piece Knicks beat Knicks and other types with wild ideas like everyone should be treated did with equal dignity for instance Martin Luther King Junior. The famous leader of the civil rights movement was under surveillance up until his assassination. The federal government feared that King harbored communist sympathies. That was their story. And they stuck to it and that his movement would grow so powerful that it could threaten the established established order the program helmed by J Edgar Hoover personally was called co Intel pro and targeted an array of activists with wiretaps wiretaps bugs spies and informants the FBI collected details on King's sex life including extramarital affairs. They sent and tapes. They made the Kings home along with a letter recommending that he killed himself. That package was opened by King's wife. Another another recipient of phone taps the gift that just keeps on giving was Muhammad Ali heavyweight. Boxing champion was targeted under Operation Minaret for his friendship with Malcolm X.. And his conversion to Islam at least he had company civil rights activists reporters satirists and two sitting senators were also targeted by operation. Minaret the Vietnam War only made things worse as wars are want to do. Ali refused is to be drafted claiming conscientious objector status. He was jailed for this stripped of his titles and banned from boxing. His 'cause made it all all the way to the Supreme Court with the landmark Clave irs is the United States case. The court sided with Ali mostly on a technicality but his outspoken objection to the Vietnam War met that his surveillance continued for six more years. Blending Sports with politics led to another real life surveillance. That sounds sounds like something you're drunk uncle would tell you during a commercial break after Jackie Robinson the first black player in major league baseball to be elected to the National Baseball Hall of fame in Nineteen Sixty two got involved in politics the FBI did what they do. Best and started a file on Robinson chronicling his evolve into the civil rights it's movement and his connection with the Harlem Opening of a center for the International Workers Order a supposed communist organization. Okay that makes sense in. Its own way you say they were seeing communists under every rock back then. What if you saw a tweet claiming the government had had had Whitney Houston under surveillance? You'd roll your eyes. Maybe make a facetious comment and move on but it happened. The FBI opened a file on the singer singer. In nineteen eighty eight it would come to contain things like seventy nine love letters written by of Vermont superfan Cassette Tapes from a fan in the the Netherlands an alleged two hundred fifty thousand dollar extortion attempt by a friend of Houston's who threaten to reveal personal details about her relationship with Bobby Bobby Brown of course it would be hard to imagine anything in the file could be more embarrassing than the drug and drama soap opera. That was the last few years if Houston's life life if the bureau groups their files by category of public spectacle rather than the alphabet when Houston's file is probably in the same drawer whereas Anna Nicole Smith's the FBI investigated whether Smith was involved in a plot to kill the son of her late millionaire husband Smith and the adult son were fighting for the hundreds of millions of dollars that the father had earned is an oil tycoon. Prosecutors ultimately decided there wasn't enough evidence it's to charge Smith who died in two thousand seven in the same cabinet might be the file on Marilyn Monroe. Not Because of her supposed affair with at least John Kennedy but because of the doings of her husband in the late fifties Arthur Miller the FBI suspected Miller of having communist leanings and kept close tabs on his involvement with Marxist and communist groups but rose file does contain theories on her nineteen sixty to death including an excerpt from Norman mailer biography of her. That implicates guests who the FBI with the CIA thrown in for good measure many of the celebrities. The government surveilled did something in their personal private lives that brought them to attention but not earth a kit the incidents that got her followed by the FBI happened at the White House in January of nineteen sixty eight during Lyndon B. Johnson's administration singer actress Dancer Civil Rights. LGBTQ advocate at all around bad ass earth. A kid found herself at a White House luncheon where she was asked by I First Lady Lady Bird Johnson about the Vietnam War Kit replied you send. The best of this country ought to be shot and maimed. No wonder the kids rebel and take pot the Children of America are not rebelling for no reason. They're not hippies. For no reason we don't have what we have on Sunset Boulevard for no reason they're rebelling against something. There are so many things burning the people of this country particularly mothers. They feel they're going to raise sons and I know what it's like. You have children of your own. Mrs Johnson we raise children and send them to war ladybird Johnson burst into tears. LBJ and and set the CIA on Earth Kit following that incident. She found herself basically unemployable. She had been broadly blacklisted. I did and the CIA branded her. And this is a quote a sadistic NYMPHOMANIAC another staunch antiwar. We're activist the man who asked us to give peace a chance John Lennon was also tracked by the FBI. Not only were they keeping tabs on his personal life and his comings and goings. They tried to get him deported. It would take some time for all of this to come to light. Historian John Weiner spent fourteen years fighting to gain access to the FBI secret files on Lennon initially the FBI refused to release many of the documents saying that it would endanger national security. The FBI didn't concede until wieners freedom of Information Act case made made its way to the Supreme Court if you had to think of a singer with a squeaky clean persona you'd be hard pressed to get more wholesome than and John Denver. But the bureau didn't see it that way for the younger people listening. That's the guy that sang the song from kingsman to take me home country road who was basically as affable and devan killer as the muppets that he co starred alongside repeatedly the FBI kept a file on him for over a decade though. No major crimes were cited the FBI was sure to write down. Denver's appearance at a nineteen seventy-one anti-war rally and is regular drug use. The files also contain information about seventeen death threats. He received from German speaking woman in nineteen seventy nine which is slightly less strange when you learn that his last name I'm was actually switching DORF. You WanNa talk about innocent people that the FBI stocked. How about Helen? Keller not a joke Helen. Helen Keller the first blind deaf person to receive a bachelor's degree was a socialist against president. Woodrow Wilson Four Birth Control and a CO founder under of the American Civil Liberties Union. How did I become socialist? Keller wrote in The New York Call Socialist newspaper by reading. You don't have to be the FBI to follow our social media. FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM DOT com slash. Your brain on facts were twitter at brain on fax EXP Pod and thank you to all the superfan listeners. Who helped boost the signal? By sharing and re tweeting posts like Eric Parfait the dad out. podcast Neville Davar. Where does it go? PODCAST presidencies podcast Richard. In case and a special thanks to the Florida men podcast for including including me in their podcast recommendation lists the holy grail of the tin foil. Hat community has to be government mind control. That's not a thing though. Right science fiction the stuff of cold war propaganda. Were Internet trolls. While you're half right. The Cold War along with the Korean War made our government fear. That not only was mind control really real but the communists were already using it. They cited as examples soldiers returning from Korea. Espousing Communist propaganda. There was evidence that Korea China and Russia engaged gauged in psychological torture and brainwashing and that Russia was studying. LSD As a tool for mind control double batter that knowledge in Cold War paranoia. You're annoying and you get. US government sanctioned mind control experiments. They began in nineteen forty eight with seven thousand army soldier volunteers. Here's in the edgewood Arsenal human experiments testing not only psychotropic drugs but riot control gas like tear gas and sarin. The questions will be raised later about whether the soldiers volunteered or were volunteer told and whether those who volunteered were outright lied to about the testing thing scientists testing. LSD found that the subjects reactions were entirely individualized horribly random and completely unpredictable also. Most of them were to stupefied to follow orders. These are not characteristics. You want in a strategic drug. But that didn't stop the CIA away from nineteen fifty three to nineteen sixty four the CIA under Allen Dulles conducted dozens of experiments on the effects of biological biological and chemical agents on American citizens many without their knowledge under the heading project M. K. ultra though project M. K.. Ultra ran for twenty years precious. Little information exists on it. Many of the as records were mysteriously lost or deliberately destroyed by the time the Senate opened an investigation on. MK Ultra in. Nineteen seventy six. According to a report from Joint Committee hearing the development of a comprehensive capability in this field of covert chemical and biological warfare gives us a thorough knowledge of the enemy's this theoretical potential with US enabling us to defend ourselves against a foe. Who might not be as restrained in the use of these techniques? Says we are only Roy. Within two years of being authorized the projects focus had expanded to look for and test drugs that could promote the intoxicating effects affects of alcohol render the induction of hypnosis easier or otherwise enhance its usefulness enhance the ability of individuals to withstand stand probation torture and coercion during interrogation and so called Brainwashing Produce Amnesia for events preceding and during there US produced shock and confusion over extended periods of time and produce physical disablement such as paralysis of the legs acute anemia etc.. That's bad enough. I can't imagine what was under the heading of etc.. They experimented with ecstasy masculine in heroin barbiturates methamphetamine and Cilla Sivan or magic mushrooms. The testing methods were scientifically negligent and ethically atrocious. Atrocious subjects. Were chosen after careful consideration some were chosen seemingly at random. Many people were drugged. Without their knowledge there was never medical personnel involved especially in the beginning. People were often drugged in social settings. Meaning a hi potential for collateral damage if things went pear shaped the CIA was so gung Ho about testing people without their knowledge. They even drugged other people working for the CIA. The secret drugging was so rampant than an official security memo was issued to say that office. Party the punch bowls were now off limits. Many test subjects sought were required hospitalization and some died. Well everything about it was questionable special honors go to whoever named one of the sub projects operation midnight climax under operation midnight climax government paid. Prostitutes lured unsuspecting men to see a safe houses in San Francisco in New York to be drugged. Agents watched the men's reactions through a two way mirror recording devices were installed in the rooms disguised as outlets. It's this became a particular problem when some of the prostitutes were discovered to be underage. which and I'm not a lawyer could mean that the CIA was making Kiddie Porn? The most well documented fatality of 'em Kale. Tra was that of Dr Frank Olson a researcher with the US Army Emme who studied the offensive use of biological weapons along with a group of scientists. He attended a conference in Maryland in November nineteen fifty-three where they were served cocktails laced with LSD the CIA operatives told the scientists what they had done after they finish their drinks most through the researchers handled the experience well and had no long term effects. Dr Olsen began to show symptoms of paranoia and schizophrenia. His superior and the operative who ran the experiment arranged for him to get treatment in New York City while spending the night in a hotel room with the CIA officer. Zor Olsen plunged through the window to his death according to the officers report. He was awakened by a loud crash of Glass Olson. Quote had crashed through the closed window blind and the closed window and fell to his death from the window of our room on the tenth floor. Olson's Steph was declared suicide but a second autopsy in the nineties during exhumation and reburial of his body found injuries inconsistent with the fall all meaning that he could have been murdered. His family tried to sue but the case was dismissed because they had received a seven hundred fifty thousand dollars settlement in nineteen eighteen. Seventy six along with a personal apology from then president Ford. The Senate hearing also revealed that eighty six universities or institutions were involved and one hundred eighty five non-government researchers and assistance worked on the projects doctors and in specialists who are lured into M. K.. Ultra with promises of grant money. At some of the twelve hospitals that participated 'em Kale tra- tests were conducted on terminal cancer patients. Experiments were also conducted on prisoners who volunteered in exchange for shorter sentences or even just more outdoor time. One prisoner who took part in the study was the infamous modern gangster. Whitey Bolger prisoners at one institution were promised and given their their drug of choice. In exchange for participating an unknown number of other experiments were conducted under the Kale trump rela like electro shock and gas-propelled sprays aerosols to be used as assassination delivery systems and scientists had been given authorization relation to test radiation and paramilitary devices. There were a hundred and forty nine sub projects that we do know about many of which which appear to have some connection with research into behavior modification or the syrup tissues administration of drugs there were eight sub projects involving hypnosis including two that also involve drugs four sub projects that used magicians art eeg surreptitious delivery of drug related. Materials and quote nine sub projects studied sleep research meaning sleep deprivation and psycho therapy's influence on behavior. Sure six a project studied the effects on human tissue of exotic pathogens and the capability to incorporate them ineffective delivery systems. I am not even sure what that means. And each interpretation I come up with is worse than the last two lawsuits arose from 'em Kale Track titties ladies and actually made it to the Supreme Court but both rulings favored the government over citizens rights in nineteen eighty-five the court held in NCAA versus Sims. The names of the institutions and researchers who participated in MK Ultra were exempt from being revealed under the freedom of Information Act due to the CIA as need to protect its intelligence sources in eighty seven in the United States versus Stanley. The court held held servicemen. who had volunteered for chemical weapons experiment but was actually tested with LSD was barred from bringing a claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act Act? There was another notable name in the list of M. K.. Ultra participants. Be they willing or unwitting. Ken Qaissi author of the nineteen sixty two novel. One flew over the CUCKOO's nest which is set in a mental asylum. He volunteered for M. K.. Ultra while he was a college student at Stanford. The university cassie was politely. Put quite keen on the whole mind. Expansion experience even tried to get a job in one the testing facilities so that he could steal more experimental drugs he and friends would later make and consume homemade. LSD At parties that he called acid tests though he complained that it was never as good as the government stuff. ACID tests combined drug use with musical performances. Ince's by bands including the grateful dead and PSYCHEDELIC. Set dressing like fluorescent paint and black lights. These parties influenced the early early development of Hippie culture and kick started the nineteen sixties psychedelic drugs seen so if eight B. and B. Equals C.. Then the CIA created hippies. And that's where we run out of ideas at least for today. The I'll wrap up telling you about the gay bomb. Tom which was amazingly not an idea cooked up in the nineteen fifties or even seventy s but the nineteen ninety S. Readable Information request revealed a document entitled Harassing Annoying and Bad Guy identifying chemicals that include several proposals for the military use of chemicals cool speech sprayed on the enemy one distasteful but nonlethal example would be strong aphrodisiacs especially if the chemical also caused homosexual sexual behavior says the proposal from the Air Force's right laboratory in Ohio. The Pentagon did not deny that the proposal had been made. The Department of Defense is is committed to identifying researching developing nonlethal weapons that will support our men and women in uniform thankfully for enemy combatants worldwide. Human Sexuality doesn't work that way. Thanks for spending part of Your Day with me.

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Mohr Stories 475:  Fear of Success

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

20:24 min | 1 year ago

Mohr Stories 475: Fear of Success

"Could you name on just name? Maine woman put your name on it. It is a mind that if you just run through somebody face a lot of people are going to be able to take that over and over and over over over over over over and over and over. And over over over over and over again, they're just not gonna want that among FOCA face being had to worry about them. Hey, guys, more stories life coach podcast from my car. I didn't wanna wait to get this out because the life coaching has been it's just changing my life. You guys have changed my life. You guys are really beautiful trust me to help. You. I will help you. I can't help you can you reach out for help. Coach JJ thirty seven g mail dot com. Coach JJ thirty seven at g mail dot com. I'll send you a nondisclosure agreement and legal in stuff to protect you your identity. Look you guys trust me so much when I do stand up comedy, and you trust me so much this life coach stuff, and it's been been incredibly successful. So I gotta keep it going and keep the message going out there. So a while back. I was telling you guys about the lies that we all accept as truth, and they're not like everything will work itself out. No it won't stuff. Like that. Here's here's one that. I get a lot. I see a lot as a wrestling coach of fight coach as a life coach. And that is that people have a fear of failure. Yeah. Some do. But overwhelmingly lately what I'm experiencing in the life coaching is a fear of success when I'm experiencing on a day-to-day basis with wrestlers and fighters is a fear of success, not a fear failure. And I really examined this. I mean, it was background. My mom's funeral I met like three months ago than I was really diving into this and examining before your podcast it. And that is you don't have a fear failure. Just stop stop saying south thinking and all anybody tell you like, well, hey, it's scary. The fear of failure. You don't have a fear of failure. You have fear of success because we have all failed every day. That's all we have done as human beings is. Has failed. First time you tried to walk. You felt your bumped your head and you cried at somebody picked you up fail epic fail. The first time you tried to choose your foods, you probably choke. You couldn't hold a glass in your hands to drink, apple juice. She had to have a sippy Cup because you couldn't even figure out a fucking glass of apple juice. That is a fail you fail. Today. You missed a button on your shirt butthole or button. I don't know which one you miss you, you you miss time. Your alarm you ten minutes late for a meeting you misspelled something in an Email. And somebody said, I'm not sure what this means you we fail every day. We are not as a society of raid of failure at all refrain of success. I was working with a fighter once in Spokane Washington. Kid was twenty one years old twenty skews me he was a baby and he hit like a mule. He just put guys to sleep. And I asked him I want you to list, your greatest strength as a fighter. And then I want you next to it to make a separate column list greatest weaknesses as a fighter. So for his greatest strength, put, endurance or stamina. And the number two. He wrote striking. And weaknesses number one. He put counter striking. I called them up. I said, rather hockey, your greatest, strength and weakness, be striking. He says, no, my my greatest strength is in is stamina. And I told him basically kiss my ass. I can go five minutes in a cage. I'll get the shit beaten out of me. But I do it because I wrestle every day. I roll everyday. Of course, you have stamina or fighter. But if striking is your greatest strength. How can counter striking be a greatest weakness. He said we'll switch from defense to offense and I just cut him off. And I said you're afraid of counter striking because you're afraid of success you'd rather not because I saw video of this kid, not counter striking and sort of. I say it worried me it it just it concerned me, I couldn't figure it out. Because he went through this whole diatribe. I gotta go from defense to offense and this, but it's striking counter striking is striking hitting is hitting now when you're face to face with somebody I told them and they're in their stance. And they're ready to fight their hands up near their face to protect themselves or footwork is perfect. And you're waiting for that little opening and you jab here throw a hook. Maybe throw leg kick, maybe shoot in on his legs. But then when he goes to hit you with a shot say like a big left hand or something and he misses 'cause you pull your head back his left. Arm is all the way across both of your body's. It's going towards the floor. His eyes are closed his feeder fucked up. His ribs are exposed his neck is exposed his temple. And is exposed as jaws exposed. He has to. In a panic. Get back into his fighting stance and get ready again. And you're missing out on then opportunity, you are afraid of success, and we argued. And it got tents and this kid could beat the hell out of me in one second. Like, no question. He goes, I don't see how you figure that I because if you count or strike, you'll drop the guy in one second the fight is over if when that guy misses that big sweeping overhand left and you throw your right because your biggest strength is striking. He's going to sleep. He's out. I don't care what set of whiskers. He's got on them. You're gonna kill them. But you don't do it. Because you'd rather not throw that punch. Let them get reset get back into a stance and take the punches that you have common and then trade blows with him and barely outta decision on the scorecard after fifteen minutes of fighting and your face looks like a ransom note. And then people come up to the fight and they go. Oh my God. Are you? Okay. Yeah. I'm okay. That was crazy. Are you? Sure. You're okay. You're is all swollen shut your mouth is bleeding. Are you? Okay. Yeah. Okay. Did you break your nose? Yeah. I'm okay. And all that talk about are you? Okay. Feathers the nest before they say. You were amazing. It cushions the blow of the complement. And that's not what we're supposed to be doing as human beings. We're supposed to just let the good in. And we don't. But if you counterstrike this guy and drop them, they come up after the fight, and they go, you're amazing didn't ask if you're okay. Because I know you're okay. 'cause they watch you just kill somebody. They go. You're amazing. You're like, thanks. No, no. You put that guy to sleep with one punch your mazing? And if they think you're amazing, and they have proof. They're amazing. While you're fighting because they saw it with their own highs. That means they saw you. They see the work that you put in all that effort all that effort. You put in all that dedication, all that getting up when it's dark out and doing work alone when it's dark so you can knock somebody out when the bright light is on. And they know you're doing all that effort. They doing all that work. Then the new your character. If the new your character, they know your heart. And if they know all those things, they see you like, they're you really see you. And that scares the shit out of you. So you don't pro the counterpunch. Kid said Nelson somebody called me walk back into the gym two days later, I got a text on my phone. He goes. Is what he takes me. I feel like Helen Keller when she discovered the word for water next fight counter. Almost exactly the way we talked about it. He threw a right hand. He grazed the guy's chin guy still up straight. And then it was a left kick has shit hit that guy in the gut and the guy went down like he got shot from the balcony from his neighbor. Theorem success? That's what you have right now. If you're listening to this. Why haven't you just fucking tried that open mic comedy night? What if you're really good? Then you gotta keep going and not everybody's wired the way that your wire there's exceptions. I'm the exception. Most people in stand up are the exception musician seemed to be the exception. I'm not comparing myself to any of these people. Okay. Pete Townsend one said, I wrote a hit song we made a lot of money and the record company said that was great. We all made a lot of money. Could you write a hit song again? And I thought yeah, this is the best. If you're a stand up comic, and you do great and people say, hey, can you come back you want to come back here again? Yeah. Of course, I do. We wanna be seen. We're that's where people people in show business and most people in that leads. We're like desperate people. We need a lot of. I mean, the upper upper upper like the Kobe Bryant's we we have to be the best. Otherwise, why do it? And that's another message you need to take. You're doing whatever you're doing. And you're doing it every day. But I'm gonna ask you this question again forgive all the car noises. This is important stuff. Are you doing that? Because it's your passion. But if you're honest with yourself Sperry cats, my old manages to say, if I put truth serum in your means, are you? Are you doing it? Because you love it or doing it. Because. You're stalling to do what you really should be doing. Because it's your passion. What you're doing every day right now. Do you love it? Or you're doing it. Because it keeps you from doing what you should be doing to fulfill your purpose. Hey, you know, dogfights dogs fighting dogfights in Brazil, you know, they love to do more than anything. They loved the fucking fight. When the dogs get released tails wag they have joy and the Sam Sheridan wrote in a fighter's heart. They're becoming and becoming italics. And I blew me away. There'd be coming. That's why they're alive. Why are you alive? You're not. You're not a pit bull in Brazil. And you're alive just a fight because that's all you know, because you've been from champion bloodlines of fighting. But but what you're saying? Are you supposed to be a fireman? Why haven't you taking your test? What if I become a fireman? Then everyone's gonna complement me. I'm being firemen. We for some reason have such a hard time letting the good in its dares us. And I have a reason why it scares us. I want you to do your laundry every day, I want you to separate your darks from your lights whenever someone around you to day says something negative. I want you to identify it as dark and put it off to the side and your mind. When everybody says something some somebody said something positive. Okay. That's nice. You compliment somebody you really nice. What the first thing they do, especially if you're on a date. I'll I'll speak from herself guy you go out on a date. You you really pretty. Oh, no, I don't I out of their mouth, and that they don't look pretty I mean date anymore. But I I just wind up going. You're right. You convince me otherwise, I thought you were pretty I made a fool and they go. Whoa. Wait a minute. No, you're ugly. You're right. You convince me. Don't. Knock people's compliments down. Don't swab him out of the sky. You're not king calling the Empire State building. Those compliments aren't little stupid. You know? Nineteen forties bid planes trying to shoot you down. If someone compliment you believe them. If somebody says something nice to you, believe them, we're surrounded by so much negativity. We're surrounded by so much dark that of course, we're afraid of success because we're surrounded by people that tell us how shitty everything is all the time. So we're up against greatness. And I mean up against like us versus greatness. I mean when you're along side greatness. It's the hell out of us. I wrestling all the time in the wrestling room. All the time they win three matches in a row, they get all the compliments in the world. Next thing, you know, they got some mystery injury. And they got ice. I'm different parts of their body because they can't remember what they told me they hurt and I just started saying to them. I hope one day. You get tired standing alongside greatness. Let the good in separate your darks from your lights identified the negative. And realize you very well may be a freight of success. You should not be afraid of success because you are the most successful person you have ever known when you were born you couldn't care for yourself. You couldn't you couldn't drink. You. Couldn't cover yourself from the elements. You would have died of heat cold fire. Ants, the sun something to made you expire unless people took care of you for years, by the way, that's failure. You're not afraid of that you back into somebody's car wants to you for it to drive. No, you gotta fight. You lost? You got jumped you're gonna fight back. Yeah. You've got to put a stamp on an envelope. Once and came back to you you free to mail a letter, no. You're not afraid of success afraid of failure your frayed of success and your frayed of success because you're surrounded by negativity. Your friends constantly all of us. I'm not airing you out to your. But I've changed if you can't change people around you change, the people around you, and I have your friends constantly tell you what's wrong with something. Less time you met one of your buddies when your girlfriends out for glass of wine or some nachos or something. And they said, you know, I just had the best day. Never. It's never think about that. It's never happened. You'd never sat down with friends when they got to the table all four of you just went. Yeah. Really was just a great day. So many says now talking shit about somebody you don't know somebody else goes all I they keep a scorecard. Oh that happened to me once but worse. Brian Regan's bid about having your wisdom tooth pulled. Somebody says the top how terrible it was eighteen of them pulling the same day, according to the cop that afternoon. Let the Gooden identify when people around you're saying something negative because most of the time it has nothing to do with anything that's happening. And as I said in my podcast how to move on. Stop explaining what happened the present needs no explanation. If you're going to go out with your friends sit down and tell them about some shit that went wrong during your day. You suck you're a drag, and they are too, but you can change it. You can get your friends to be more positive. By example, be the leader be the change. Don't be afraid of success because you are the most successful person. You know, you're listening to this right now why because you like it because you know, it's good for you. And I'm being serious as podcast good for people. I'm not being like a magnanimous creep. People get happy when they listen to a podcast. I'm talking right to you right now. Get it together. Let's start cleaning our home. You know, when when they say when you're making food, it's really easy to clean as you go. It's much better to clean as you go instead of wait until all the foods on and you have all fucking pots, and pans and stains and pieces of stuff all over the place clean as you go. Wake up in the morning, take one minute, minute and a half. I don't wanna say meditate because people go another direction just sit quietly with yourself and say, I'm grateful for today. I'm grateful. I'm gonna go out there today and kick life the balls. This is great. This is good stuff. And a lot of you guys have bad things the head of you. But you're gonna handle it. If you think you're afraid of failure think of the last two just two things the last two things that you had to deal with that were just awful putting a dog down. Maybe to put your dog down. I've done it. It's awful. It's terrible. During a parent getting fired. Having somebody break up with you. Okay. And what are you doing right now fine? So what are you talking about? Go out there and be magnificent. You were born magnificent that didn't change the idea of you. When your mom was pregnant with you. They had a party at the thought of you showing up. That hasn't changed. The only reason people aren't happy to see you could you tell them negative things because you're surrounded by people that tell you negative things don't be afraid of success. You are here to be successful. It's the only reason you're here. There's no reason for human existence. I it serves no purpose. Other than for us to wonder what the hell's on the other side of all we're here become fucking fantastic. And just keep the Cup filling up and filling up and let it overflow. Don't shit talk. Don't gossip don't get pulled into that stuff and just know striking counter striking. That's the same. Fear of success fear of failure. It's all fear. Fear has never served you everything you've ever been afraid of happened and your fear that it may get worse or better it made? It a lot worse. It didn't make it any better didn't change outcome. So wake up get. Whoa. What do you kiss the kids woke? We'll kiss woke begin. You'll ask woke man stop being afraid stop being afraid. It's not being full of shit and stop holding yourself back. Coach JJ thirty seven g mail dot com. I can help you, and I wanna help you love you very much. I do read the testimony was on my website. This is no joke. You are. No joke. This life is no joke. You can do this. I promise. Let's get out. There was maurier's and just go get it pace in the very. Still like, the dust style doesn't my have been of said. Why? Val. Guard loyal. You may shoot with your may win. Shanked his fish from a man. Rides. Did you want? No shoulders fallen down like deer drops week. And by.

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CIPYD 67: Akitas and Our Favorite Things

Can I Pet Your Dog?

40:37 min | 4 years ago

CIPYD 67: Akitas and Our Favorite Things

"Is there a dog Anna car out of bar on the street? That's a dog that we really want to me. Hey, can I pet your pet? Your dog. Pet your dog. Patch doll with Rene and Allegra. Welcome to canape your dog. I'm Allegra Ringo a dog owner covert a dog water on the boards is our producer, Alexis Preston. And this is the podcast for unapologetic doglovers. Allegra happy holidays member. I you're right. Oh my gosh. Christmas shopping done. No. But I will say I do like four like my fellow dog lovers pet lovers. It's a pretty easy task. Because like, you know, like in the in the space. We've asked to like a ridiculous amount of just like cute pet stuff. And so it's not like that hard. I can just go on my SE shops. I know my favorite like small shops. Like, I know what I'm gonna do. That's yeah. Will years as you're saying that I'm like, you're such a I'm the recipient of you being such a good friend. You wanna just made me be reflective of what kind of friend. I am. I will sometimes. No, somebody centrists and be like, yeah. But they should be I'm in and and they'll put upon dog stuff on them. Now, you got a cat. Kennel? Have you have you made any conferences way? To face. Yes. But but then later wasn't never there again. Yeah. A little bit. Like, they didn't have they weren't like, oh, I got a dog you right here. Let thanks your calendar. No, I'm trying to think of a specific example of this. But I guess the now it's not a gift. But once I did make somebody crossed the street. Depend a dog. And I was because you love them. They're like, I don't. Well, you're you're the one I was like oh right now, it's me you're in the right in that. Having my back. How do you feel about halloween's over as of yesterday? How do you feel about happy holidays right out of the gate? You know, I like I like the holidays I enjoyed end of the year. I enjoy for me. Now, I feel like as soon as it's Tober. It's like then of the year, which I think as you get older just like, oh like now the year is over. So we may as well. Just call it a war. Yeah. To kind of be like, listen. Away assist weight that we do. Look, I'm not gonna get any meals on this. What are we have three months to left? Go running. I mean and four months. Yeah. But I like I like Christmas allot I like, well, hopefully one day it will get cooler here. But you know, like fall weather, I like the holidays to a love it. I love Christmas. I think so far I love it. I do I love I love the music the the own Beyonce. All. Christmas, two months. Do you like thanksgiving? Yes. Because of the parade. And the pit show right? The hey, come look at your pets yet. Best in show thing Brin. Yeah. So it's on NBC. It's bad. No, you definitely know this. And then it's the annual dog show is not the west. I don't I I think we're saying the same thing. Yes. But it's the it's the thing that happens right after the parade. You're giving me a face like, oh, am I wrong? No just on the NBC long. Okay. Got it. All right bending. It's the same is probably as west. And all I know is I'm rooting for the Basset hounds, I don't really pay attention to the you're only team. The odds are so against them. My gosh, probably gonna sleep through it probably gonna help. Probably gonna help. Their ears are going to be scraping the ground. It's not easy. They push news too many times to make it there and win a hero situation. Inspire. Okay. But for today for NASA flex what have our listeners themselves into. Okay. As always we have some dogs this week. Yes. I have a mutt. Minute. The Akita we have an update on our bone to pick with animal planet. I also have some cool dog tech for you guys. I think you guys are really gonna lie. I can attest to this. And then and then we're going to have women just throw this in at the end, we make it a whole segment just like, oh, that's lovely. Oh, that's nice. Nice Willoughby a segment who's to say, maybe we'll talk about the end. But we're gonna talk about things we like. Yeah. All right. Let's get to it. Yes, ma'am. I heard you manage this week. I did. Well, here I got a little it's one of those dogs. I've known forever and ever talked to you know, what I think about those. I'm like, oh, wait a minute. Like, we don't have a signet for these rights. But sometimes I'm like hell, am I not brought this up? It's been years should be will would we want it? So dogs about this week slash dogs dogs, and I love it. Right. Right. So so I have been nannying babysitting for a family mama's, Julie Dickson Jackson, lilies, visually. Yes there. Listen. They're celebrities themselves. Julie's got an incredible blog. I'm like genealogy and everything the kiddos lily. She's got a great vine little brother Beckett. Becca thirteen CM been been watching him since he was a babe. Oh my gosh. Just a little thirteen. Oh my gosh. Really boy teens are so tall these days. That's so crazy. So is visiting Lillian college just mean beca. Get to hang out this week. They have a teacup. What did it tell you? It was pomeranian home arena. They got a teacup pomeranian. Allies. You just the best Bijou real quick now. Now, it does go against my. I don't care for small dogs. Bijou wins me over every ten. Oh, a little 'cause the thing I don't like about small dogs yipping. So we'll come in does a little bit even and I don't care for Bijou, and then pick them up and then as soon as a up a little kiss and like. So so our activity for Beckett night is that will play video games and watch. Ooh. Apparent is like. Beca. Boy, I call them robot hands just the fastest so fast. Yeah. It's like how do you do that? God so bad. Oh my gosh. Allegra I was such a mom of such mom, Tim. I videotaped his hands and made 'em wash it out quick. Send this to your. And then we sweet little bigger boy. We went out to dinner last night. The moon was gorgeous and take a picture with the moon. Like him in the mood. Fair poor little faces just eating his July like how much longer do. I gotta pay. Hey, I didn't get the moon in the pick. Real bad. Major mom marine the worst. But getting back to us. Oh beckons the world's best kid beginning. A little Bijou win. I watched Becca play video games and get very excited. I don't going so fast out nursing. What I don't know. What's going on is that this is how we handle it about every I just go. Well, sure. Oh, look at you. So it's a lot of energy coming out B's. You gets really excited barks and barks barks. Let me do this for a good amount of time. Who's you burger Burke yourself out of a? Little buddy. My eyes will probably need credit yourself beaches boy do that. But I think when they're little I always get them. Confused generalists name. I guess I think correct me. But then within great because now on the one hand. Oh, let me make sure you're okay. But on the other hand, no Burke out of Bijou straight, which is still trying trying. No. That's enough for me. Just nothing else. Oh my God. And then also a little plug. We saw Zootopia. Oh, yeah. Have you seen? Oh, yeah. Oh my gosh. It so good. Oh, it'll make you cry. Good. It's because he used to coach over at Disney, and I had a lot of those little kiddos working on it. I just never had it. But if you haven't seen Zootopia gorgeous, it's like the nicest the nicest message. Yeah. Disney movie a good message. But yeah, just so funny. So good and jokes are really good. Really funny. I will say this about it a Bijou Rene Beckett. Can I'll watch and harmony an equally enjoy it. Oh my gosh. Because I know busy was okay. I'm gonna say it's pretty amusing. He lost. He barked himself horse. Is it very small dog thing? It's like I'm just gonna it's very like cut off your nose is by your face to. It's like I'm gonna bark until I don't like this is not you don't want to not have a bark your stop barking for a little bit. Just a little snow. I'm just gonna go gel. It's done. It's very principle that he likes sticks. I'm gonna bark until I absolutely can't bark anymore. But a little bit. Now, I've got sort of a game plan with him. I'm like, okay. Delicious Burke, you out. Oh my gosh. You're on your kids around the pike. Like, why don't you guys go? Tell yourself out. And again to test the playing around jumping around as well. The only thing that changed you just know bark. So I knew for I know for fact, he was fine guessing he was also barking the next morning. Oh, absolutely. Well to be fair because we left to go to dinner, and then he barked again. Maybe he's just got tired himself. Okay. I guess I'm done. So that does it for the Burger King out dog that I met this week. I love it. Allegra. Do. You know, what time it is? What time is it? It's mutt. Minute. A new curiosity beckons. Learn all about it only sixty seconds. You've gotta Keita's reference for akitas is rent. They've got an Akita named. Chooser some very excited to hear about these dogs. What did you think going in? Did you have any preconceived ideas? I have to say, I didn't know a lot about them. I don't know. Why I didn't know how huge they are thought. They were much smaller. I guess I don't either. Doc, snow either huge. No what I was confusing them with. But I don't all about. I didn't know what about them. Let me. Okay. Before you, even describe me. I would put. Yeah. I put him at like thirty pounds a little foxy ish. No, they're much bigger. Look. Thing. We're doing a minute is. That's what I'm saying. You want me to time it in my head. Yeah. That'd be. Perfect score. Yes. Yes. Okay. Are you ready? I ready. Here comes three to one. The Akina is a large Spitz Breda Spitzer this breed dating from the mountainous northern regions of Japan. They are large strong and furry dog with pointy ears their strength and thick I and from their origin is mountain dogs. Then there are two varieties the Japanese Akita and the American Akita centuries ago in Japan, akitas belonged, only to Japanese royalty who use them as guard dogs today. They're not owned exclusively by the wealthy, but they are regarded in Japan as a symbol of good fortune and good hells. Helen Keller brought the first Akita back from Japan to America in nineteen thirty seven thirty eight which is insane. The Japanese Akita an American Akita breeze began today verge in in type during the post World War Two era. Akita is described as powerful independent and dominant sometimes aloof with strangers but very affectionate with family members. And fiercely loyal, they are gigantic and require a lot of exercise the recommended for people with. Houses or large amounts of space. Probably the most famous Akita is I think I'm pronouncing this right had chick. Oh, Chico belonged to professor. We know. We know Japanese names, the professor would commute daily to work Chico with leave their house degrom at the end of each day at the nearby should train station. One day. Sadly, the professor suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and died while at work each day for the next nine years nine months and fifteen days had Chico awaited his return appearing precisely when the train was with the station. There's now a bronze statue in that station in his honor. Oh, no, no, don't worry about it. We don't just go home underneath pillows. I know. Okay. It's kind of a sad story. But I think it's nominal. Yeah. It's so cute, and it also came up time, and again, and I felt like this seems to be like the most famous Kita. So I was like, okay. It would be a disturbance. Yes. Not to mention him yet will gush well first off because I see the book, I see the movie I see that. I can't can't can't can't even can't even push. I can't even cover open. No, I'm not going to do well with that. But here's why because I'm putting so much motion on top of it. But maybe he was just like a. Yeah. You know, what I know? I know he's gone. But here's my wave grieving I'm going to salute. And I'm just going to be like good to see you. And he was he was happy. Let's hopefully under with that on it. Because with the story. It's still a very sweet story. I think it's still we know that. Chico. I, you know, it's not our it's under native language. So it's difficult. I think he you know, what he was a dog of wonderful moral character, regardless of how he felt inside. He was a great dog. That's incredible. And also it's cool to in the thirties. Erected of the bronze statue at the station during World War Two. It was melted down on us. Like, it was recycled George or effort. It was rebuilt in the forties. People like, that's it. We're bringing back the dogs. We love forty eight or so, and it's like a popular meeting place like it has its own like entrance people will say like meet me at this entrance. So it's kind of cool. It's like a whole I've been long enough in the past. And now we can be like, oh, he's a hero. Like, he has kind of whole thing around him like a ceremony every year to honor him big thing in Japan. My gosh, this is incredible. Incredible. What good dogs also an insure that. This is additional research that you are not required to do. But I the Helen Keller guy dog I would bet like helped out a little. Bit or something that this isn't that the weirdest. I saw that in one source, and I said this can't be real Google that and it was out. I didn't get any influence at great question. If held her held her as a guy dog or anything, I don't know based off that timing alone. There was something else. I read a an article I think it was in P R dogs can tell time from smelling how the air is. Data, and they know what time interests nuts, but they were. Curious. I wonder if that can help with duct situationally, maybe my. It was time for Helen to spill water and remember on the hill and resource, and that's pretty much it. That's the big thing know. No, that's very true. But the Akita that we had to the train station. Could be very true. Yeah. Telling time that's our dog right there. Yeah. I know the very cool. Yeah. They're giant. They were like bread. So they could they can like leap over snowbanks. Like, they're like, they're basically like weatherproof they had like a double coat, and they're like gigantic and strong. They like way in like this to ninety pound range. They're really bad. This dog. I don't think you know. I don't think I've met that many of them. I think because what I read specifically said like probably not an apartment dog, it's huge. And like, they can be very very loyal. They can be kind of a I think possessive a little bit because they are guard dogs. I think having a small space is a little rough shore that mix perfect with the stock. Sounds great. Let's put it on the list out centers weakened plants, go meet Nikita, I like that. I know I think probably I'm gonna say probably not the dog for you. Because it's not really a city dog. Do think you should meet a lot of them. Certainly yet. You know, what advice taken? Thank you. Okay. Okay. Next week. I do I went the opposite of giant. I'm gonna give you the Boston terrier. Oh, love it. Okay. I can I think my mom had a Boston terrier. Surprised that you're very. Why is that important to me hold on brain? I think and then I'm going to come back to you. And me like as she was very well. That's okay. Great job. Recco. Now. Listen, I I'm ready to not back down. How do you feel? Okay. So we have a gentle retraction that perhaps the puppy bowl. This year is not being filmed during January. Actually thought there has been rumor put people so I catch up a few episodes back. Allegra. I is indignant too strong now. Okay. Just beside ourselves. I rate with animal planet that we were not invited to the puppy bowl. And then our listeners were wonderful in very gracious. And we're like, hey guys requested does film this week. Can't get us a little bit late to be furious about this. So here's what's funny about it that if you Google win is the people tickets to the people how can I go to the people nothing you'll get nothing. Nothing shows up. Did I spill things wrong? Maybe. As Google should be like, did you mean? Good smelling to use Google these. I'm fury's an animal planet furious. Google furious at the English language. So we think we can say from our wonderful listeners. They're all saying, hey, the people actually was already shot in September. But we don't we don't know the like, of course, they're right. But we don't know too many details of where was or what happened or who was part of it. I feel like last year. So puppy bowl two thousand fifteen was in San Francisco in January twenty sixteen. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. I think that is right. And that's why I was assuming it was always the city wiggle it around a little bit. So here's our retraction is. Okay. Maybe we got the date wrong. But we're still furious that we weren't there. So one furious that we weren't there but animal planet, you have a choice to make it. Right. Two thousand eighteen guys. Yeah. We are. We we know. For fact, we're way ahead of twenty eight there's no way unless you. That day when she better not of us in two thousand eighteen will be euro. There are you're wiser. So much more time to make our own t shirts. Gosh, she's totally alone. Exhausting. Yes. You guys first of all we'd like to get we'd like to have official word that you didn't need from the puppy bowl because this is all a little secretive for my taste. It's very suspicious. I wanted on letterhead. I want notarized. Thank you messed up. I wanted to say what you want. That's what you want so animal planet. Yes. Should we also purely coincidence that that was the week? We said, hey, let's Laura's this week and people said they're filming this week. So funny. Maybe on some level. We knew okay. Maybe maybe you guys may right? She teen. It'll be great great. So now, I guess like it's up to how do we want a year long campaign or? For assignment before is figure. It win the two thousand eighteen people is costs. Yes. Okay. Well, let's okay. How about this? I'm listening. I know you're a fan of the quarter. It's my favorite thing in the world your favorite thing. I love it. Let's have a year long campaign. But I feel like we can't go hard every day twenty eight. The recipients. Maybe wouldn't love it really anyone for the sanity of all of our like, Sweden enta- listeners. So they don't have to put up with that. Like storm tweet every day. How did we get down to win listener my mind? Idea. Our numbers are much worse. Check in once a quarter great for the first part of the year. Perfect. And we'll go hard Q you for whatever Q three Q leading up to the actual bowl is win will will really drive it on. We're gonna start with rage and end with gift baskets, just as they know. Can I hope they weren't listening that because I want them to think we're only rage only all rage all the time. Yeah. Okay. So we gotta figure out when that two thousand eighteen people forget what it is gonna make sure we're keeping track to the right quarters. Right. Because often I feel like you usually think it's cute three. Oh, excuse me. What time is? On Google calendar to Q three meetings, regardless at the time of year. All right. Yes. And sweet little listeners. First off you has helped us out so much ready because otherwise we'd still be raging people. So you guys thank you for setting a straight. It is not your job. But if you happen to find out when puppy bowl two thousand eighteen is new a let us know that would help us in our research. You know, what I feel like is that I like people only know if is being filmed in their city because I think when I was Dan Francisco I heard from San Francisco friends in New York this year. I think you don't really here. It's a different state. 'cause I certainly never hear what it is. You know what? And that makes because there's probably tons of people like us who are like we're gonna make an event out of it every year, and it's small and it's hard to get everybody in there. So maybe it is a little pup pup true. Okay. Well, okay. Also, maybe we should put in a bid a bid for Los Angeles twenty eighteen. The Olympics is our time. It's our time again. Okay. How about this q? One two and three of this. 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We get some dog town. We got some doll. No, no. Took a twit. Thanks. Tech Teke wanna give you some robot? Beeps? Thank you. Okay. Dog tech people you well, thank you not to be confused with Doug news, which is true. Glenn the ones news. Peeps robot beeps? Okay. Got it. Tell the difference. Yes. Okay. I think the robot. Okay. Thank you. Okay. Okay. What we can both agree on killer. Intro. Let's not redo it killer Israel. We do every week. We are married to if perfect big long big deep breath. I guess Doug tech beep. Boop, great than a bunch of boobs grain. Well, here's a good news. This is cool dog tag. Yes. Sometimes you guys know we have stupid dog tech, also fun. But I'm gonna say this is cool. I agree with you. Right. Okay. So I'd like to say thank you to Krista for suggesting this also a few other people some of my friends who just this too. So things everybody. This is an app called weather puppy now. This is super simple. This is kind of those. Why didn't I one of those like why didn't I think it's basically just a weather app? It just tells you the temperature and Marlins seventy two in scattered clouds, but it has a really beautiful picture of a dog in the relevant weather condition. Yes. So this little dog is leaping across a field. Amongst like with a guy behind him. That features got clouds. It is it's so smart. So normally like it's a normal weather app yet the background photo being weirdly, my news to be like space. Maybe like yahu whether or something just what like some sort of generic thing. It's always a picture of a dog. Yeah. And win at that. Yes. Less. You can choose as you can choose your dogs. Oh, really going to use. There's an option for holiday puppies. When you're ready when your say snow vendor? First summer for. Okay. That's fair. That's fair hundred time because they don't want you get bored with thank you. But it is like, obviously, we're pleased as punch with the weather these days, but if you're if you have an hour day and you little bit grumpy see the weather in like the but the dog. Just just takes turns that frown, right. Upside down is true. I also really like I like looking at whether in different cities. Anyway, for some reason to be like, ooh, what is it? That's weird. I'm always surprised it's different from here. But it's really fun, especially because you scroll through the different weather conditions. And of course, guys different dogs. Maybe it's a gloomy day. Maybe it's rainy day. There was a little sharpei somewhere where it was raining. And he looked a little sad against the rain. He was really cute. Yes. It's pretty genius. Oh, I don't this is a character flaw, but I wanted to see Hamilton so bad when it I I I came out like this huge thing still wanna see a back when it was like a little bit reasonable. And so I was like oh just want to get there. So I would go to it in the New York weather during winter. And I would say how cold it wasn't. It was like you got Hamilton B US. I mean. Feel better about it was like. Pretty fair argument. You're not wrong. Spiteful with the dog. If you want to be vengeful and spiteful get it. Oh my goodness. Oh, what actually this brings up? A great point was showing me her appetite believe is whether kitten. Yeah. She was also kitten version hitting that shows a kitten with the appropriate weather conditions. The hilarious thing. What isn't explain it again with you guys? Let me start from the beginning. Larry's thing about finding this app in the app store was like there are several. Well, there's there's dogs there's kittens. And then there's one that's als. I know the big three. Dogs and cash I get it. I think there was one that was both. And then look if you're now guy, I mean, get your outfit. I do kind of wish we were in that meeting. We're like what are we doing? We got we got. Everybody. We all we all. I mean, it's pretty cool. Yeah. It's also free which is always good has inap- purchases. I know what they are. So yes. So you can go is along with a holiday dogs in the other kind of like, you can I think they've got some specific breeds wanna you wanna call them a dollar ninety nine for like. Yeah. Just some German shepherds on there, you also you got to buy it. You can put your own puppy on there. If you want to give them like a little a little role of all your own dog. And they'll be like absolutely we'll use those in. Here's the weather with it. Great jobs. I know what I'm gonna say I'm gonna keep it other people's dogs. I feel like that's what I'm therefore I want like a variety of dogs. Yeah. I love for Sasho dearly. Of course. But see your every day. I know what the weather is your. She is Jorgen. I wanna see the dogs. I'm going to be a little surprised. Couldn't agree more. Yeah. I think I think that's nice. I think that's also very giving of you to be like level serval giving me to not want to spend the dollar. This. Great cool dog TEK. Hey, thank you. Thank you for doing half the research. What are the? Simon do. And I was like can't to work this out for about fifteen. More minutes, a great job with a puppy. Thank you, Krista. Okay. So you guys we're going to do. It's like called my favorite things because holidays and raindrops and roses and kissing whispered throw that song into the holiday mix curious Brown paper packages tied up with maybe presents. Sure that goes. Yeah. Whatever I throw that in there. Why not? But I think so some of this will be dog related some will not. But it's okay. Just happy. Everything's gonna be okay. We'll try to get a dog in there for. So the first one that I love is Daniel the sandwich. Oh, we've got Lexus with us. Is Europe put around the monk. She just him to nod. And by that. I mean, she said, yeah. Sure. And then you acted various apprise that she was in here on the Mike. Let me so much so national right. Right. The whole show welcome. How are you? I'm great good. I was listening for the show. This is true. But the way that the cheers arranged. I can't see you. Due to the window went into that. Which is let's let's all recall the time. She waved to the dog in here. Great great, great memories. Best the best Alexis you have worked with Daniel. I worked on her last music video awesome. Tell us all about or. Oh, she's great. She's from Colorado love it. But you can relate to. She just ukulele songs. She's a wonderful human. She's really nice. She I really like her songwriting style. She's like very relatable songs, and she's really humid and her latest music video. Yeah. Go ahead. Well, I it'd be like why are they talking about this? It just seems. And then just wait for the last thirty seconds and switch over to dog Cam. Ooh. And you just get to see what the dog was doing during the music video. I'm listening and Tessa the the music video itself is called a two places at once and she's great. And she introduces it all start playing and then dog, just like walks through the shoe. And you think it's a cameo and yours like I'm sold because a song so good. And she so good and everything. So great about it. Then at the very end they got dog Cam in the Doug Cam. There's there's one part where the dogs on the camera. You just them all kind of stop. And then it's silent. And you hear the dog like lapping up water. Just the best. Just she's great solicitor music crepe. Then also for the dog Cam. I also wanna give a shout out to fleabag on Amazon. Gosh, you good. It's so good. That was that's a quick six ups. Odes? You'll you can't you just one right after the other. It's hilarious. And it's sort of. It's a technique. That's been done before. But the actress in it is so good she talks to camera. And it's she's just the best facial expressions. Everything it's fantastic. Watch fleabag on Amazon kinda watch it. All right. What do you guys? Like, I like lately, I've been listening to a podcast called futility closet. That is about like weird interesting kind of usually mysteries or weird stories from history once in a while our dog related there is one about only the male dog. I think you guys will really like, but it also is kind of like murder mysteries and like old like see legends and stuff like that. And it's pretty interesting. So not necessarily strictly related, but I listened to all my drives. So yeah, check it out. That's awesome. Sounds really good. This is completely not dog related, but I am in love with revision history. Glad wells podcasts. I heard good things. So good. He's I will say I I was like nothing boring. Boy. All right. If he's listening. Yeah. Up a little before you get in here. But yet time I listened to an episode though. I'm like, why isn't everyone screaming about that? Truly changes the way I think about things and the way his book, Stu if you've ever read them. But for some reason hearing it from voice and hearing the people talk about it like every episode. He just talks about something that's going on that we take for granted. You know, there's even just an episode on like basketball, and how if you throw the ball underhand for free throws your percentage of getting them is so much higher. But they don't do it. Because of the basing really is it against the rules. No. It's just like it's embarrassing to do. So no, doesn't they interviewed the one guy that doesn't. That's why it's just like little things like that. That by the end of oh my God. Humans. Now, you guys I don't care. That's like the lightest one. A lot of them are pretty hard hitchhike yet. Nice. Yeah. I once experimented with bowling to see if overhand was better. It's not if you. House. Yeah. It wasn't. Probably did you your back. In your lane. These things out rates basketball. So let that be rule for all of us both basketball and bowling ball's better underhand. We start our own revisionist history. But we're wrong. Overhand? I don't know. Exactly. That was great you guys. I mean, it's okay. So we'll quick review. So so I got Danielle ate the sandwich. Liebeck Allegra which have utility claws at the podcast revisionist history. Great. Oh, man. November is set. We got so many good things coming your way. Check it out. You guys you. You. Oh, I was like, where's this? Our favorite things. It was a word at the end. Great guys. Excellent segment win for best. Wrap it up. Let's do get outta here at Christmas shopping. Got a. Okay. November thirty one thirty one plus twenty four. Too many. I took the numbers get back. It's almost okay. It's almost two months. Sure. It's kind of a lot. Look, you gotta start. Now. We're gonna forget forget. Yeah. Let's mart. You know, when I'd like shock about is podcast on maximum. They're so good. They're so many would love dead pilot society. We love them bullseye with Jesse thorn. We love we love Alasia lady. Sure. Did you know that they are doing maybe the coolest meet up it's in April, and I should've got on this. But everybody's going Vegas to see. See the boys dance. What's that? Magic. I did hear sounds pretty cool credible. Now is it turning into a live stage show? I don't know yet. Okay. I don't know. Maybe. Should probably go to that. Right. All right. The boys, Dan. This podcast. And then go to lady lady and figure out what did that meet up? Is sounds fun. Let's all real fun. Also like to say, thank you to everyone who is written us an tunes review. It really helped us out. And we really appreciate it. If you haven't yet, would you please go to itunes rate review in subscribed to us, it only takes a second. That helped us out immensely is really nice. You guys to when we were just like, they're so nice. Very nice. Hey, thanks to Alexis uranium. So just be in the best producer just the best best. Thank you guys. Oh boy. We're grateful in here. Sausage. Welcome for our logo. Hagen theme song and Becca Murray for our photography is that is. We did thing. I feel like there's something else that I can't think of an either about social media, Jared is you wanna talk about that. Let's do it. So check us out in our Facebook group. First of all if you search can I put your dog in the search bar and Facebook will add you right in there. It's a closed group. But if you are not a spanner or robot, you'll be at it spammers and robots please, beware. We are also on Twitter and Instagram our handle on both of those CIP way podcast. We wanna see your dogs all across all those platforms. So please send them to us. I also we don't have a Facebook threat of the week, and I wanna pull back just a little bit. So Alexis has an awesome job this month. I gotta go to Oklahoma City for a quick second this month. 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Radically Rediscovering Salvation (Part 2 of 2)

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

27:02 min | 1 year ago

Radically Rediscovering Salvation (Part 2 of 2)

"Both america look like a students like me their bibles to school yet in many schools students are being told they can't the truth is you can't bring your bible to school. It's your first amendment right. Focus on the family is sponsoring. Bring your bible to school day on thursday october third. It's day for students to boldly put their religious freedoms into practice. Learn more at bring. Bring your bible dot org. That's bring your bible dot o._r._g. Bring your bible to school day thursday october third bring it share it live it last time on focus on the family pastor john ord 'but or explained the difference between making a transaction to get into heaven and living an abundant life in christ and a lot of times. We've turned it from from now to trust christ means. I'm ready to obey in everything to wealth. If i trust him. I don't have to pay anything because i've got the arraignment for getting into heaven <hes> taking care of and we actually miss understand what it is that he was saying and the power that he has to make life different and we're gonna continue that fascinating conversation with pastor john burke today. Your host is focused presidential daily and i'm john fuller john. It was really good to dive into this topic. Pick in a deep way <hes> when we were together last as we discussed the concept of beginning eternity today. It's not something way out in the future. After we die eternity starts for the believer the moment they say i believe in christ pastor john or berg is the senior pastor at menlo church in the bay area. He's one of my my favorite guests here at focus on the family and john. I want to say welcome back. This is one of my favorite places to be. Thank you for having me back. One of the things i appreciate appreciate about what you've written in. Eternity is now in session. Is this reminder that salvation isn't kind of a destiny. I mean it's the now it's here here and in that context when i think of sanctification the church in america again at least north america i think we're pretty good about getting on you to make that decision and then we kind of hang up the hat and say okay that person's in but there's a lifetime now of what we refer to as sanctification that that journeys to become more like christ in our marriage in our parenting. Maybe in our grand parenting whatever it might be. We're not that good at that part with with one another. I mean we kinda left out in the pond by ourselves. You know we've been given the fish now and what do we do it. Does that make sense. This will sound really odd. Probably lead to a lot of people are if you ask most folks in church. Are you a christian. They're able to answer that question if you ask them. Are you a disciple. That feels kind of fuzzy. We don't even know what okay what's your definition s. <hes> a disciple is someone who ultimately goal is to learn from jesus how to live like jesus <hes> mhm how to live the way jesus would live if he was in my place. That's a disciple and the non disciple is somebody who's the goal is anything else in the new testament. The word christian is only used three times. The via has almost nothing to say about. Jesus never used the word christian never asked anybody anybody to become a christian never told the church to go out and make christians. The word disciple is us two hundred sixty nine times and they disciple it. Somebody who said had become a follower jesus the problem i think in our day is our general definition of christian is a christian is somebody who has satisfied the minimal oh entrance requirements for getting into heaven when they die and we usually think of that in terms of professing a few beliefs and that's where in the new testament oh you simply don't see that category the k. in the new testament jesus comes and says follow me follow me follow me and then people do now of course with with such a person god is gonna forgive their sins by grace of course with such a person god is not going to allow death to stop their fellowship with him but that relationship relationship is about much more than just getting the heaven job done it is about life right here right now and if you understand the offer the jesus made the the only logical response to that is to become a disciple because discipleship is how i absorb how i make my way into the life that jesus has offered you used i think a great illustration when we talk about this idea of you know the destination and salvation with helen keller now not everybody may remember how in keller she was a daf and she could not speak and yet somebody took a great interest in is a very powerful story <hes> yeah the just gets repeated over and over and yes. She was in many ways. This is such a picture of our our captivity to sin and darkness. She was captive in her case by being closed off from the world of words and relationships and love and then there was a teacher that came into her life and sullivan and very patiently as an act of grace came alongside of her is amazing story and it was water <hes> it was her sensation of water and then her teacher spelling out onto her hand the letters that met water and for the first time helen in keller understood the word and that this is water and a new world opened up to her and a world it was a world of relationship and a world of meaning and and the word came through the word and so then her natural response of course was to become a student of her teacher not to earn her teachers favor or to get put into some kind of illegal category but because if you want to enter into in grow in the best world which is a world of words and meaning and love the way you do that is to become a student and i don't know why we have lost the centrality of becoming a student and apprentice read this a learner a disciple of jesus <hes> not as works righteousness not as a way of trying to earn spiritual brownie points but that's the way that we grow oh into life which alone is worth having it is so good but i love that she just poured that wa over her hands and all of a sudden a whole new world opened up to her and it came to helen from the outside. She didn't merit it. It wasn't her own cleverness. It came to her as a gift from another world and salvation vacation is that way and it can come on somebody right now. There could be somebody listening to us right now. You feel your heart pounding a little bit and that is the offer the gift of life salvation asian coming to you from outside yourself yeah jim one of the common statements all here from someone who is spiritually minded minded but can't quite get there with the christian faith. They'll say something to me like you know i had a guy who claimed to be a christian and he didn't pay amy the ten thousand dollars he owed me and so i just cannot believe what that person believes and my response now is to say something like this your stupid i mean and it gets their attention. Which is what i'm trying to do which is to say first of all your attornal. Souls were ten grand. I mean you're putting a price tag on and secondly you're letting a human being who by the way human beings will disappoint right human beings disappointed and human beings are going gonna disappoint us and hang that much on somebody's label of christianity but not living it everything that we've talked about you know they've got maybe the superficial br official consumer version of christianity going but they haven't lived they haven't sacrificed in that case to pay the money that they owed to maintain the testimony of what they say that millstone that person has around their neck but i'm trying to jar that person back to really look at it because this is between you and god not the guy that stiffed steph gear one of the biggest complaints that people have about christianity is hypocrisy huge up on the list as a couple years ago by a dave kingman own game lions about unchristian and that was one of the primary complaints. One of the ironies of that is that the primary originator of the problem of hypocrisy in human life is jesus the word hypocrisies us. I think it's like thirteen times in the bible. It's from a greek word. Hoopoe crete as that was used for actors actors that would carry a mask right and jesus is the only one to use that word in the new testament in fact. There's an article that says most likely jesus is the one who who coined that to describe the problem of religious hypocrisy in fact when she's grown up in nazran. There's more than one of the no no ancient town called seferis for us that was being constructed and had a major theater and it was just a couple miles away from nazareth. Jesus father was a construction guy. It's very possible possible that jesus helped to construct stuffer as possibly even that theater possibly saw that which is part of why he coined that term so anytime somebody talks about the problem of hypocrisy amongst religious people they're really echoing the words of jesus above all else and you might remember people wanna look. There's a passage especially matthew twenty three where he's just wondering about folks who claim to believe in god and claim that they tied on tiny little elements of their income tom but they don't care about justice. They clean up the outside of the cup but they don't clean up inside so anytime somebody sites the problem hypocrisy among religious folks. They're are actually quoting jesus more than anybody else. Let and let me say it this way for the person who's using that as the reason to not move forward to answer sir that truth claim of jesus to just rest there and say at a bunch of hypocrites. What would you say to that per se if you do that consistently you cut yourself off off from every value any human being has ever known because people who claim to be devoted to any profession or republican or democrat crat or work with a relief agency there is no value ideology political party that has not attracted massive amounts lonesome hypocrites and in fact off. I mean the whole point of being a hypocrite. As you want to attach yourself something to something that looks good so the better there 'cause the more likely it is to attract attract hypocrites but if i say any caused that has attracted hypocrites to it i will separate myself from i will never be a part of anything worthwhile or noble so i think the idea that anybody would say my strategy for life is i will refuse to be a part of something that has any hypocrites. You're cutting yourself off from any possibility of a worthwhile life and that is stupid. John we've seen lately and i'm sure we're going to see again notable christian and leaders who are reevaluating their commitment to christ and some as bold to say that now that i've tried to live it. I've fallen short. I don't think anybody truly can leave of it. I don't even know if it's real and they let everybody know on social media. That's their position and of course the world gravitates toward that so it gets a lot of velocity a city in social media because they say a ha si we were right. Faith is wrong and here's exhibit a first of all just at a high level when that happens. What do you think is going on and how should we is. Faithful believers in christ respond to this yeah part of what it reminds us of is nobody knows what's happening deep in the soul of any other human being that so right somebody was telling me this morning they're saying everybody has a mountain to climbed and only they know about and we look at the outside. I think anybody who's listening to us. Don't be surprised if it rattles you a bit. I remember member of very prominent teacher when i was very young going through school and it's a person did eventually left the faith and it did kind of shook me because i felt like well part of the reason i was calling from my faith as i thought this is really smart guy and he agreed with it and so he's left it. I've lost a little support in that sense <hes> so i wouldn't be surprised if you find find yourself a bit shaken but then the question is what do i do with that. How do i use that. I would say use that by going back to look at god and your faith itself. I think a major problem in our days we live in a massively celebrity culture <hes> and we attribute to celebrities god-like status atas and so we'll get advice on how to manage relationships from some reality stars who's been a train wreck marriages really really seriously. That's that's gonna find out how to find apparent apparently advisor achieve emotional health so i think it's a really good opportunity to say a i need to examine my own participation in a celebrity worship in culture and refused to participate that in in that and actually go back to a courageous difficult question which is what do i really honestly believe and why do i believe it and jim. I find often churches. People feel such a pressure that they're supposed to believe that they're often afraid to ask that question. What do i really believe i believe yeah. It's like it's not allowed or you feel it's not allowed or there's a fear they're afraid underneath it. I'm gonna find out that i don't really believe and then i'll be in big <unk> trouble. A very important thing to understand about belief is you cannot manufacture it by willpower. You can't make yourself believe something that own line and allison wonderland where the queen alice do you believe in impossible things analysis no in the quiz. I believe six impossible things before breakfast. You can't make yourself believe something but to be deeply honest about what you really believe is actually the first step towards building a strong faith and i think part of what we need to do in churches is may churches a real safe place for people to name their doubts. 'cause i think the danger is not when people have doubts we all have doubts we live in a day when <hes> skepticism is given priority and so fade is much harder today than it was five hundred years ago five hundred years ago is hard for people not to believe in god today and i see this is with young people more and more when you talk with young people <hes> their struggles without are massive so the first place actually is to begin by making the church a real safe place to talk about out doubt and ask what is it that i really do believe in what are my doubts and then to make that an issue between me and my life with god and actually the the best steps to take if you find yourself struggling without are not primarily around our intellectual questions. Those may be really important the best step. I ask yourself. What's the next right thing to do and then do it. <hes> jesus had a really interesting statement. He said if you this is john. If you do my will you will know it is from my father. If you do my will so you make your life a great experiment and actually actually do the will of jesus and you will find. I believe this deeply. It is self validating. Yes the will of god is self ellen any and i find and when i pursue love and when i pursue joy in when i pursue generosity and when i asked for god's help i learn in the merrill of my being. It is real ed. It is true and that is a faith that does not fluctuate when whatever celebrity or famous person goes to the writer to the left yes john you're saying saying something that grabs my attention because for longtime i've i've been concerned about the lack of biblical interaction by that i mean us being disciples highpoint jesus reading his words reading the scripture and really knowing it in spending time with it and there is a gap. It seems a growing gap between clean people who say they are of faith but they ignore the text. So how do we ground ourselves so that win. Somebody says i no longer believe that it. It causes to panic but we go back to the truth of the scripture that we know how to do that. Yeah <hes> this. I do believe just requires a real firm intention attention on people's parts <hes> for a bunch of reasons we live in a world where simply being immersed in the text of the scriptures is harder and harder. Our attention spans get shorter. We got more stuff to read. I was reading about lincoln awhile ago. Lincoln had almost the whole bible almost memorized part part of it is because he had nothing else to read right. He stops fables just a couple of things so people used to be immersed in it because they just didn't have much else now. We have so much else so it. It does take time for people to say not in a legalistic way but out of my own hunger for god i will take large chunks of of time <hes> and i think in the morning to have a little time to own it yourself. Spiritually is a good thing. I don't think legalistic about a quiet. Time is the primary murray solution to life but outside of that to have chunks. We have an hour or two hours or a day just to read through the gospels is irreplaceable replaceable and then to actually seek to do what they say so that they can start to shape the thoughts that are going on in my mind and i do believe it is the case that there is just no replacement for a mind that is immersed in the scriptures and in particular in the life and teachings of jesus uses and in that regard and this is a good place to wrap up we couldn't cover. I'd just left a keep talking because i this is an area that just interests me my heart. It seems to come alive because it's life giving and i'm so grateful that you've written this. These are tough subjects especially if i could say it for myself for lazy christians i mean which we all are. We're comfort in leisure all the time. I'll spend four hours playing golf but when was the last time i spent four hours diving diving into this and we need to be excited about the things that excites the lord's heart in my opinion now i don't want all the golfers be upset with me but but here's that last question <hes> you've written a lot about abiding in christ and you reference the gospel of john in that regard he talks about abiding in the vine and bearing fruit. You know it's funny as a sidebar here so many new believers or people who are just about to make that decision. I'll talk to them. They don't get all the allergies poetry of scripture. What's this about as being a vine and who's the fruit and eventually that like helen keller that falls into place for them. Their eyes are open but in that regard what demean my all that you know that we can abide in christ like the vine yeah so to get real concrete with it of vine abides physically clearly <hes> it will be rooted in something <hes> for anybody listening to us. We do that mostly with our mind. Our minds are always abiding in something. I liked baseball. I was looking. I i'll follow mike trout. Does i don't know why for some reason i just love mike. Trout the big with the aim jesus's this is massively successful hitter for the los angeles angels when his batting average goes up delight in it. That's how you doing a birdie. You know people's minds. If you hit a birdie you will picture that over and over in your mind our minds could be rooted in anger anger or bitterness and the invitation degrade invitation of the scriptures and supremely of jesus is to have our minds abiding rooted in the fact that there is a god who is unspeakably good and powerful and he is joyful. He is radiantly happy and he is happy abby and you and he is watching over you all the time and he wants to give you whatever you need. He wants to inspire your thoughts decisions in intuitions he wants to they help you relax. He wants to be with you from one moment to the next. You have absolutely nothing to worry about. Whatever's going on your financial life with your health for your mind to be rooted in that god loves me. God cares for me and therefore i can delight in this moment. I can delight nature. Creation is one of the main ways so actually golf off is a great way of abiding with god. You can't pray along the way actually one of the great prayers because i'll have to and i'm not good at it. It's a great place to pray. A die will be done. That's i kid you not i get so frustrated and so angry and then that perv released god your will be done. I can't control what what happens with this shot and it was really weird and then got. How do i bless this person that i'm with and how do i learn as i look around at the beauty of the green that you're right here so so there is no place even a golf course where the possibility of abiding in god is not available to me. Mostly it happens through my mind and every time you just turn your thoughts god word <hes> that little route is going in him john against so good. I want to cover one last story. You had about a paraglider. Yeah i think captures it but before that let me turn to the audience man this is great content and i hope you are encouraged if you're in that that kind of <hes> consumer christian mode where you've covered the basis but it's not integrated into your life. You're not waking up everyday saying lord. What can we due today. Helped my heart to be open to you today. Regardless of your vocation. I don't think the lord really cares what you're doing. As long as you're waking up for him every day saying and let's do something together and if you wanna grow deeper in your relationship with christ <hes> this is a resource for you. Eternity is now in session star building forward and living a life that god is working through to build his kingdom and you can get a copy of that book and other helpful resources to grow in your your spiritual walk in we'll have details in the episode notes all right john. Now first of all paragliding is dangerous okay with that disclaimer out the way. How did god use that as straight straight. Friend of mine talked me into it so i did it one time. It helped me think about believe you were talking earlier about. Faith and works and people will sometimes wonder is there. A tension between faith and works works at the deepest level my work my behavior. My action simply reveals what i really believe the most important kind hi a belief the kind of faith that jesus wants to change is this you have a mental map about how things are and you live at the mercy of that mental map up so i believe in gravity. I don't have to say today. I'm on a really really demonstrate my commitment. I believe that's how things are so. I never violate that believe when i was going parasailing with my friend paragliding where you jump off a cliff they explained to us. You know here's how the the equipment works. Here's the caribbean news. Here's the harness it's all safe and when we were at a safe place and they were talking to. I thought i believe at all when i got to the edge of the cliff from about the jump off i i found out there are parts of my body. They don't believe this is safe. At all right. Armpits don't believe this. My poems don't believe this and so then i had to choose to go ahead and jump but it was difficult because i pictured my body. You know lying dead on the ground. My children orphaned my wife married to another more attractive man and those batman yeah yeah so then i had to choose. Do i jump or not now for people that do that. On a regular basis they come to leave with their whole body what they say day believe in their mind eventually you keep doing enough and the palms of your hands belief and your armpits believe one of the ways to think about spiritual growth visit to become to believe with my whole body what i say i believe in my mind and depending on my circumstances one. I'm standing on the edge of the cliff if i may not have nearly as much certainty as i did when i was in a different situation as just revealing to me what's going on in my mind. The invitation asian of jesus is actually for us. <hes> there's another wonderful topic to get into some time for us not just to have faith in jesus that he knows what he's talking about but to come to have the faith of jesus that his mental map about how things are becomes my mental map about how things are so so i i trust insecure of god as naturally as i trust in gravity wow now because i don't do that yet. No but that's the goal that's the goal well and that's the point when you begin to do that. That's when for a mature person that's again part of the joy that we often don't get it's not somebody who goes around with teeth gritted working working really hard to be obedient eventually for jesus. It was not hard to be obedient. It just flowed naturally out of the way he saw things yeah. Just it's like. It's not hard for me to be obedient to gravity. This is natural well. If i ever have faith in god like i haven't in gravity then obedience will be that same same way and because that's reality. That's the only way to live so good if you're they're living in a spot were your faith is in some doubt. Get a hold of us. We'll put this resource into your hands if you can help us financially great if you can't find get hold of us we'll get it into your hands because we believe in the content content that much john thanks for being with us. It was just a joy thanks for having me and i might add that in addition to john's book. We have a little booklet that you can download unload on our website. It's called coming home in invitation to join god's family and it's going to explain very simply what it means to start that walk with jesus this is john has described here. Get that and the book at our website and we've got details in the episode notes coming up next time practical advice for husbands edmondson wives who want to have a great marriage. I think words are really really powerful. <hes> in the book proverbs it says our words have the power of life and death and we can literally be speaking life into our spouse by the words that we speak on behalf of jim kelly and the entire team. Thanks for joining us today. Focus focus on the family. I'm john fuller inviting me back as we once again help. You and your family thrive in christ.

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The importance of sound: Our ears may be more powerful than our eyes  MNT 006

Mindset Neuroscience Podcast

36:02 min | 1 year ago

The importance of sound: Our ears may be more powerful than our eyes MNT 006

"Welcome to the mindset neuroscience podcast. I'm Stephanie Fey, and I'll be sharing insights into how human brain architecture and biology are influenced by our unconscious, fears and social behaviors also give you sign space strategies on how to skyrocket, the brains learning potential by focusing on the power of mindset relationship, and psychological safety. Thanks for listening. This is episode six and in this episode. We're going to explore the importance of sound Helen Keller is quoted as saying that being blind made her feel disconnected from things, but being death made her feel disconnected from people sound is really really important to us. So we're going to look at the Lucien of that the blue of hearing system, the changes that happened from reptiles mammals and had to do with bones middle ear bones and bone conduction. And we'll also look at the fact that the strongest predictor of reading ability is sound awareness, phony awareness and a person's ability to distinguish between little units of sound. So we're going to see that the diagnosis of dyslexia is actually not valid according to decades of research now on the brain. And that it has nothing to do with issue or genetics. But reading challenges have to do with sound awareness and reading is not a natural ability. As we'll see is something that we are not born with it's a artificial construct that was invented. And so even the way we teach reading doesn't necessarily help many people, especially if they have different issues with sound awareness, and if they didn't come from an early rich language environment. So we're gonna take a look at all of that in his episode. Let's start with how important sound is. For us. One thing to think about in terms of this is the fact that when it comes to our ability to perceive something called just noticeable differences J N dis their little units that form something called octaves. In terms of our ability to perceive, different frequencies, when it comes to the visible light spectrum humans can detect about one hundred twenty eight just noticeable differences about one octave worth. But compare that to our ability to hear sound and that number one hundred twenty eight is compared to five thousand so we have the ability to detect five thousand just notable differences when it comes to hearing frequencies, which is about ten octaves worth. So obviously sound is something very. That if you think about our evolutionary history, it would make sense that sound is extremely important to us part of that is the fact that we did not have artificial light for a long part of our history. And so when the sun went down, and it was dark. We would be depending on senses other than our is to keep us safe. And so that would require the other senses. So our ability to hear our surroundings and other people was an important ability to develop over our history. So something else to think about when it comes to our loosener history is when we take a look at mammal versus reptile, fossils the way we can tell the difference between them is in the reptile fossil the middle ear bones are still connected to the jaw and in a mammalian fossil the middle ear bones are no longer connected. To the job own. And how this looks in terms of the evolutionary history of this is that because reptiles middle ear bones were still connected to their job on they didn't. And they still don't hear the same way humans or mammals here. Their ability to detect sound is coming more from vibration on their job own is coming through bone conduction, and that bone conduction with those very low bass frequencies that are based on vibration, and mainly based on vibration of movement and particularly movement on the ground is the sound of predator. And that low base vibration that low base frequency as it vibrates on the bone. That is what triggers the immobilization response in reptiles, and particularly ancient reptiles the remain response was the IMO immobilization or feeding death response. But what we see in terms of the hearing in terms of these middle ear bones is that. One theory of Lusener theories that as our brains grew in mass and size. It created pressure on the job and led to the breaking off of these middle ear bones. But what that created was a completely new form of communication a system of communication where mammals were able to detect frequencies and very specific band abandoned frequencies that is delivered through air. So airborne sounds have specific frequency that is not about vibration on the ground. It's just the bumping together of air molecules that create sound waves mammals created a system or mammals now had a system of communication that was using these airborne sounds. So these much higher frequencies and this allowed them to communicate with each other without being detected by predators, which were the reptiles. So this was a really important development in the communication system of ma'am. Malls. Because at this point as mammals are now using sound airborne sounds to communicate and as we develop this communication system, this airborne communication system. We developed even more complex variation in variability in this. And so we started to modulate the sound waves that were traveling to and from each other in order to create more, code and more complicated complex systems of communication, and so in humans, it is the most complex, and it's where we get this concept of property, which is this modulation of these frequencies, and we create property other species to this also, but humans do it to the highest level with the highest amount of variation and complexity to it, we do this by changing how the Air's push from diaphragm, and how it vibrates within our vocal folds and how we use our lips and our tongue. And our mouth in order to change the how the air molecules bump against each other to create different sound waves in this creates all these different frequencies, and so with humans the frequency band that our voice is within is around five hundred to four thousand Hertz, so humans can detect sounds between technically from about fifty to ten thousand Hertz. But the human voice is within the five hundred to four thousand Hertz range, interestingly babies, detect a much bigger range of frequencies from about the twenty to twenty thousand Hertz range, and the range gets smaller and smaller the older we get so babies here much bigger variation larger range of sound than adults do including higher frequencies. So it's not that there is only a certain amount of sounds that are years or receiving the receipt. Having that entire range of sounds. So as babies the twenty to twenty thousand range, and as we get older fifty to ten thousand Hertz range, but that human voices in that very very specific range. And so in order for us to communicate and hear each other, and here avoi-, so human voice, something needs to happen. As these all these different sound waves are an acoustic energy is reaching our ears are air needs to do something in order to extract the human voice, because otherwise it's just streams in streams of sound waves coming in at all these different frequencies, and if we didn't have an ability to extract, the human voice, it would all just be jumble. It would be very difficult for us to even hear voice, particularly since our environments are dominated by many more of these lower frequencies that are louder also in amplitude, then the human voice. So what happens in the mammalian? Ian, and particular the human ear is we have that middle ear muscle and that middle ear muscle or those middle ear muscles. They contract as a system in order to extract the human voice. So what these middle ear muscles? Do is. They change basically how the sound reaches the year drum the middle ear. So let me first let's just go into how sound traveling? And then we'll talk about that. How how the middle ear muscle is doing that? So as I speak to somebody else, I am pushing air out of my diaphragm and the air molecules that leave me are going to bump and hit each other. And how fast now hard they're gonna bump against each other is going to depend on how much air push out. How fast the push out out out? And also the different ways. I move my mouth throat muscles tongue to create these different vibrations. And the way that these molecules hit each other. So as I do that it creates different sound waves. These create the different frequencies and also amplitude, and as it does that it reaches another person's ear inn as Steven pinker notes in his book enlightenment. Now, the the flesh of the outer ear, so all these ridges and crevices. Those are designed to help us figure out if sound is coming from above blow in front or in back. And as it does it also channels these sound waves into our middle ear so where hits are middle ear hits the eardrum. I so hits the membrane of the year drum that vibration, so acoustic energy than these sound waves hit the membrane of the eardrum the vibration for middle middle ear-drum, then gets reverberated through the tiniest bones in the body the obstacles. So these are the middle ear bones, the hammer anvil and stirrups other names for them, those reverberate, and they carry the that this now mechanical energy. To hit another member of the oval window, which then creates pressure waves through the fluid filled cloak Leah. So it turns from acoustic energy to mechanical energy from these middle ear bones to now hydro energy in the fluid of that which then get picked up by tiny little hairs thousands and thousands of tiny little hairs, and there's this basil membrane that kind of figures out the frequency if it's low or base frequency or high frequency, and this then gets translated into a the neural signals for the auditory nerve, which then gets processed by the brain. But was interesting about a lot of research. And I think I mentioned in the last episode that many of the books that I pick up on reading and hearing never seemed to mention what the middle ear muscles do in all of this. So it's not just that. All sounds are go entering the middle entering the ear hitting the ear-drum. And then all of that is getting translated into these different energies the middle. Ear muscles are attenuating. They're modifying how the sound hits that your drum in the first place. So if you picture that your drum, it's almost like a kettle drums, so there's the skin on top and these middle ear muscles. Tighten the skin says, they tighten the skin. It helps absorb the higher frequencies to get into the the rest of the middle ear and then hit the inner ear when the ear muscles middle. Your muscles are loose and open. It makes the skin on that member in the skin of the drum much more pliable, which changes how these lower frequencies than reach and makes it harder for the higher frequencies to get translated into these different energies through the middle year and then to the inner ear so middle ear muscle tension. Once again is very very important and people who can deliberately tense through middle. Your muscles. Who have learned how to tune in to certain sounds who have practiced this. They can lower by about thirty decibels, the frequencies that are under five hundred Hertz meaning that they can very deliberately tune out lower base frequencies, and the other interesting part of that is they can do that they can lower the decibels of the face frequencies, but there is no upper limit to the higher frequencies. So the higher frequencies are continue to be brought in into the middle ear, but they're able to actually tune out. These lower frequencies, so obviously being able to tensor middle ear is part of the human communication system. So why would we not be Tensing it? Well, there's two aspects to that. There's two reasons one would be environmental cues. So when there are lots of low frequency sounds and also monotone low-frequency sounds so a rumbling of truck or in previous times or well. I guess now to the roar of a lion. Those are more of these base frequency monotone sounds there's not like a Aurore that has a lot of prostate and modulation to it. So these low frequency sounds that would actually trigger through this concept of neuro -ception, which is our bodies unconscious sensing of environmental cues of threat. So if the environment has these low base frequency sounds that can lead our in our middle ear muscles to expand open up the other. Very mental Q can be from social cues from another person would be a violation of that social engagement system. So if the person has flat expression, voice, expression, flat facial expression if they have tension in their muscles. They have a certain smell or posture or gestures. Those can also indicate threat. So what those are at every moment. We're our systems are detecting, these biological movements and others in order to make an inference about their intention. So as soon as any of those trigger us to our system to censor perceive that there's a threat that will also open the middle ear muscles. Because remember our systems are wired for our survival. If our system is being recruited for defense for some reason, there is no way that are middle. Your muscles are going to tense because if we are in a state of vigilance, it means that our system is saying stay alert, we need to stay alive that it's going. Require us. It's mechanical trigger. That will absolutely mean our middle. Your muscles will open up because we will need to be in the mode of detecting threat. So the only way these middle ear muscles can tense is if we are in a state of safety, if we if we are picking up on environmental features that indicate safety, but the other reason why are middle your muscles may not tense appropriately is for developmental reasons. So I mentioned this a little bit in episode five that we might have issues from developmentally from in the womb so virus or different infections. But also, there can be some genetic reasons. Also in our earliest environments, if we had social deprivation or a lot of toxic stress or adversity, trauma, recurring trauma. Any of those things are mean that we have either not developed that Vegas tone. So the the Vegas nerve that's gonna. Help tighten those middle ear muscles or that we have constantly been in a state of threat and not safety that has led to the opening of her middle ears constantly to the point where they are not toned. So there those two reasons there can be these environmental reasons that are middle ear muscle opens or developmental reasons that are middle your muscles, don't tense appropriately. So what all of that means is it affects us in a variety of ways three key areas that how this affects us the first is that if our middle ear muscles are intensive properly, and we're not able to detect human voice because this generally means were having issues with Vega tone. What that means is that our physical wellbeing can be affected because it means that are that myla needed Vegas nerve is not working properly, which means that there may be issues in terms of the Vega ability to lower. Heart rate and put the brakes on her heart as well as be recruited in order for us to go more into our para sympathetic mode, which helps for digestion and lots of other different things for visceral organs, so there can be physical health issues. But also, probably quite obviously, social and behavioral and communication issue. So if our middle ear muscle isn't Tensing a appropriately this will affect not only our ability to hear voice, but this will also affect our ability to vocalise create this facial expressions, and listen because of this means that there's some issues going on with bagel tone in that moment, and it is all interconnected now the other piece, and this is particularly important for educators. The other really important part about this middle ear tension is that the this Tensing extracts certain frequencies and allows for a bigger variety of these higher frequencies to be actually transducer into. Two signals to our brain. And part of what this is doing is. It's allowing us to detect the difference between different sounds these phonemes in the frequency of for example, consonants different consonants, and ends of words, and there's these particular things called the upper formats that are in human voice, and they're they're they're clusters of frequencies, and these upper forms in particular tend to indicate certain consonants and ends of words, and we need that in order to know that there are these clusters of sounds with these these just sounds general which are phonemes. So few examples there are lower frequency sounds that we produce so all vowels tend to be lower frequency because the vibrate are vocal folds. So there is more of a vibration in our vowel. So if you touch your vocal folds, they're called folds because they. Look more like folds rather than courts, if you touch your vocal folds in your throat, and you say any Val, you will feel the vibration of that. So a e I o u is a vibration of those focal foles, they're called voice. So all vowels have that. So they all have a bit of that vibration already which creates that lower frequency, but a few other consonants. So some examples are the sound of the letter B, but. Gee, which is and which is by doing just those sounds. You can also feel the vibration, your vocal folds. But there are other sounds other continents that have these higher frequencies. So from the letter t which is the letter f which was those have higher frequencies, so the Tensing of the middle year. Also creates more of that sophistication and nuanced ability to figure out all those different frequencies of those consonants vowels that's really important because the biggest predictor of a person's reading ability is their ability to distinguish between phonemes or individual sounds. And that brings us to one of the last sections of this episode, which is how much sound awareness is important for reading. So first of all reading is not a natural ability. There's no biological area of the brain that is wired for reading we are wired for communicating and language and even speech, but not reading reading is a graphical system, and it was invented many many years ago, and it took so many different forms, and is just a big mishmash of all the different systems that people have put into place to try and figure out how to graphically represent what they're talking about. And the alphabet system in particular is very very much not natural. It is not a natural way of communicating the letters don't correspond the especially the way we learn it don't correspond with the sounds that we make. And so the only reason someone needs this phony Maware nece in terms of being able to distinguish between the sounds is only if they plan to or they're in an environment where you need to have reading ability, and particularly based on an alphabet kids don't need to ever have sound phony Milwaukee in order to speak properly in the sense that they need to have an explicit phony and wariness they do need to know that they're sounds being created. So for example, people who have hearing issues or speech problems. They will have a hard time producing speech if they have a hard time hearing it. So there's that aspect, but in terms of learning how to distinguish these phonemes in a very explicit way. That's really only needed. If we are learning to read as Steven pinker says reading is really just an optional accessory and has to be painstakingly bolted on. So is just not something we're biologically wire to do. But what we do know is that phony awareness is the most important predictor of reading. So there's nothing neurologically wrong in terms of people with dyslexia. They've done over twenty years of research now and in twenty years of data from brain imaging and EEG recordings. They have shown conclusively now. And I'm gonna take this directly from the book. Why our children can't read by Diane McGuinness, twenty years of brain imaging in EG data have shown conclusively that people diagnosed dyslexic have no damage whatsoever to any part of their brain the diagnosis of dyslexia is not available notice. There are many other aspects to reading that. There is no reading part of the brain there. It is not a genetic thing. We also see that it's not related to IQ reading abilities. Not. Really to I q children with reading problems, regardless of I q score badly on one particular test. And that is the test that measures the ability to distinguish or hear individual phonemes. And if you go to any major research institute that is brings a neuroscience updated research about reading they all agree on this point that phony Marinus phonology, phony moranis or lack of phony Marinus is the leading cause of reading problems. So also Haskins laboratory, which is related to Yale University of Connecticut, and the issue is that the way we are taught reading doesn't help so children who are in really really rich language environments from an early age will naturally. Learn to read because they are exposed to these graphical representations constantly with high language, diversity and language exposure. So the other big predictor of. Students village read is if they are read to allot from the very beginning from being from newborn zero years of age up until five years of age. And of course, continuing so children from those environments. We always believed that or there was this promotion of the idea that reading is just natural for children. And so they took this whole language approach. That is just a natural thing. Just let kids read, and they'll eventually learn it, but we only see some of this natural ability coming from children who are exposed to high levels of reading as growing up, but there is some discrepancy and not if there are some of these issues with hearing or the middle ear tension. So the even found I think it was in nineteen ninety nineteen eighty-seven the state of California decided to take this whole language approach where they just gave lots of reading to kids, and they just let them try to absorb it by themselves, and what they found was by nineteen Ninety-three three out of four kids were reading below grade level. So it was pretty much a disaster to take on the whole that whole language approach. A phony Marinus is much more important and a lot of educators. Don't even really understand that. So one thing that it's is great for educators to know is that there are forty three phonemes in the English language and that teaching for sand, and the sounds that we produce is an important component of trying to learn how to read for example, the word big has three sounds to it as a and a nail learning. Elf obit can kind of screws up when we learned the letter names. And let's just go back to those frequencies just talking about remember how I said vowels vibrate. And so they create that lower frequency and our middle. Ear muscles are trying to distinguish between all the sounds. If we are learning letters, according to these letter names what we have to do because we have to open our mouth for it. We have to add Val sound. So in order to explain the. Letter t and to tell you about the letter t I have to add avowal sound. So I have now changed it. So that there's the high frequency of the continent and the low frequency of the the the vowel sound, so I've now just made it so that that child who is trying to distinguish between sounds. Here's that high frequency and low frequency together. And so it's not a separate sound. Now. It's not a sound unit. I've put to sounds of got an e there's two different frequencies in that. So it's more helpful for students, especially ones who are not coming from very rich early language environments or children who just seem to have issues with reading there's probably something else going on. And in those cases, it can be more helpful to learn phony Maware nece rather than the more typical way of learning reading. So again, it's not that remember from episode two stimulus organism response. Model? It may not be that this reading the way that we teach reading is a problem for all students because some of them will be able to read very, Well, I I was taught in the very typical I learned the alphabet. I learned sight words, I did all that. And I read really really, well, however, if we're seeing that some students are having reading challenges, and we continue to teach reading in the same way, we need to ask ourselves is part possibly part of this issue. How teaching it and the other question ask is can there possibly be a middle ear tension problem? So in the cases, where we have these students were having reading challenges, it might be helpful to try the approach of phony, MMA wariness and sound awareness. So it would be just the sand and not t- bright only one frequency at a time. So I'll list the book to take a look at and the two that I'm pulling the most from right now are wire children can't read by Diane McGuinness, and she even has some ideas on how to teach. Phony Maware nece and another book called thirty million words by Dennis Seuss, Kent university of Chicago, and also I can hear you whisper by Lydia Dunn worth. So she talks a bit more about the the frequency of sounds so part of helping children read is going to be that sound awareness. But also remembering that there's that middle ear tension that can be an issue. So what we can do to help people with toning their middle ear muscles, which remember can help with physical health, social communication social behavior. But also reading to help with that we can look at a few things the first is to understand that reading abilities might have something to do with sound awareness and sound awareness can be affected by two things. The fact that we are not being taught that and also possibly this middle ear tension. So we can bring in phoniness and these sounds more into. Classroom because that will help those middle ear muscles tense and tune when we are helping to isolate just these very specific frequencies of the consonants and sounds a remember, it's not just a vowel. So let's say, oh, you an obviously, this is where English gets so complicated. You can be found in though, but oh you can be out sound in about. So it would be more about the owls sound not talking about you, but focusing on the owls out, so that's just one example of helping students with these sounds more than the letters. I and again, it's not for all students, but it can be helpful for some the second thing that we can do to help with these middle ear middle ear tension both to help for reading as well as the social behaviors and physical wellbeing is the acoustic conditions of learning environment. So making sure trying to have as little base frequency as possible, adding some higher frequency sounds so. Oh som. Instrumental music without base. Also, vocal acoustic music having social engagement cues as much as possible in the classroom. So having at least a few people, particularly the leader or the teacher, having facial expression in property voice. And then lastly to introduce a few things that can help also with all of this middle ear tension. One is play that I've mentioned in another podcast, which is bringing playfulness whether it's games or humor. And what that does is that first of all triggers the social engagement system because it indicates that the that environment is safe, and it also usually introduces property because when we are being playful, there's more precise voice. We can also introduce music and singing what they have found in the research is that students who learn music learn to play music and hear and read music or sing and tuned or ears to that what they. I find that they have stronger reading abilities and likely I don't know if this connection has been made. But I wouldn't be surprised if part of that is because those middle ear muscles are Tensing because of all of that modulation and that property that's happening and the higher frequencies, which trigger the middle ear muscles to tense. Another thing is to bring in poetry, which they also find helps with reading ability, and again, this may also be because poetry brings in some of that rhythm and property, and they find that it helps with sound awareness, especially if you have because the the ends of the lines of poem might be rhyming sif got the similar sounds, and then you might have alliterate and things like that. And then lastly, just to have this concept of psychological safety once again, so having a celebration of mistakes is operatives for growth and self reflection noticing microscopic progress that can also help students and having an open mindedness to try. Doing different things to try to help people. Learn in the best way possible that the way that we are teaching reading is one example might not be the best way for that person to learn, and it might their inability to learn might have nothing to do with IQ or genetics or intelligence, it might actually have to do with something like the actual motor movement of their middle ear muscles. And how that relates to sound wariness, which is something that can be learned. And there are interventions that do that. So that was a bit shorter of a episode just wanted to go over how important those middle ear muscles are and sound is to us so quick overview, we looked at just the evolution of sound that how different reptiles mammals are in terms of how we pick up sound. We also looked at how sound and voice and languages created through these different acoustic energies and how they get received translated into mechanical and hydro energy in the air. But that the middle your muscles play a role in modulating influencing how that energy reaches the ear and gets transducer. And then we also looked at how reading affected by sound awareness and our teaching of reading and letters can mess that up a little bit. And that it doesn't have to do with intelligence or q has to do more with sound awareness, and there's different factors that can relate to that. And then Leslie we just looked at how we can help. So the first is just to understand that. At people's middle ear muscle tension is going to be related to either environmental cues or developmental issues. And so there's things we can do in a learning environment to help that out one is to try to actually teach more about sound awareness because that helps tenses middle your muscles to be aware of the acoustic conditions of learning of aren't making sure there's no as little base frequency as possible and lots of social engagement to help. Engage the that Mylan aided Vegas nerve cranial nerves. And then lastly to introduce a few things such as play poetry music, singing and psychological safety to try to make it. So there's a highest chance possible that that Mylanta Vegas nerve cranial nerve is engaged whenever possible, and that will happen when people feel safe and that will help with that middle ear tension, which can as we see could possibly help with learning to read. So thanks so much for listening to that one. I hope that was helpful. And I hope you'll tune into the next episode. Thanks so much for joining me. If you love the brain as much as I do, and you wanna get some step-by-step strategies on how to teach growth mindset from a neuro science perspective as well as handouts reflection. Questions even prepackaged presentations to show to staff or students, then checkout my mindset starter kit. It's at Stephanie faith, Frank dot com slash training and on that page. 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The impact of hearing loss

Second Opinion

05:53 min | 1 year ago

The impact of hearing loss

"Rudy is a seventy two year old retired electrocution he and his wife live alone in a small house over the past couple of years Rudy has become more isolated. He no longer sees his friends goes to the movies or watches TV. In fact, he met many of the diagnostic criteria of depression. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion in the exam room was I turned to reach for my stethoscope on the nearby counter. I kept talking to Rudi I realized though he couldn't hear me when I wasn't facing him. I turned back in asteroid if he'd noticed any trouble with his hearing reluctantly, he said he had but had ignored the problem because it made him feel old and he didn't want to wear a hearing aid. I tried to suggest that he might seem older without hearing eight people might think he was ignoring them or not paying attention. It was Helen Keller who was blind and deaf. Who once said that blindness separates people from things deftness separates people from people for people over the age of sixty forty percent of a hearing loss that affects the quality of their life. Hearing loss has a more profound effect on the quality of life, then diabetes, heart disease or thrice hearing aids can be life, saving not only extending the length of life. But also the quality of life. A recent study in JAMA showed that if people have an uncorrected hearing loss. There is a forty percent higher risk of depression. Also for people with a hearing loss healthcare costs or forty six percent higher. They have forty percent more hospitals ations, and they stay on average two days longer compared to those without a hearing loss. Unfortunately, hearing aids are will outside the reach of many Americans most people. Wait seven to ten years before they get evaluated for a hearing aid. And only thirty percent of people who could benefit from a hearing aid will ever get one a hearing aid cost between two thousand and four thousand dollars per year. And they're not covered by Medicare or many private insurances. Now, you might wonder why Medicare the insurance for older Americans wouldn't cover hearing aids will Medicare's forbidden from covering hearing aids. Because in one thousand nine hundred sixty five legislators considered hearing loss normal part of aging, and according to the thinking at the time, why would an insurance intended for diseases cover something that was normal. Well, the sales of hearing aids which require prescriptions have been enormously profitable for manufacturers. But as with other disruptive technologies the world is changing fast over the. The counter hearing aids are now available at a fraction of the cost and many are linked to smartphones. That also offer transcription and other services. It also seems that everyone these days has earphone sticking out of their ears and facing cool. So perhaps the stigma is also changing well Rudy ended up getting one hearing aid. That's all he could afford. According to both Rudy and his wife his life has changed radically for the better. He's back to socializing watching TV at normal volumes and going to the movies as for me. I am now far more careful to ask everyone. Whether they've had any trouble with hearing. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion this season unless notes from KCRW how does it feel to be like a girl plane in instrument of this? Well, how's it feel to be a man asking simple questions? I mean what? Had I said, no to this invitation from John Fahey, I would have for the rest of my life wondered what I had missed. We thinking about Billy Tipton it very interesting time because I don't know that young people and older people agree on the meaning of trends. I love you for the greatest, Sean. I love that. It is an unholy album made was holy methods. Hey, everyone. I'm just gonna hopper a music journalist and author and your host for season two of lawsuits. Unless notes relook at music's untold stories this season is packed. It's about legacies. How do they hold up? And how do they change over time disco say off the truly means beyond disco? Learn how decades on a sunken find new meaning something different than when it was written. You feel like it's up justifying women feel. Yeah. Now, fifty six, and it's freaking embarrassing embarrassing to seventeen years old. You can't just write it office being on. Here from pioneering women who've been written out of music history. I get there and producer says, no, no, no, we're not doing your music. We have a script here. And we want you to do the sound. Plus find out what happens when we apply. Our twenty nineteen politics to nineteen seventy four songs, we didn't think about it as we will all go band. We were out of the point. We just lived the music. The first episode of the season of loss notes arrives April twenty fifth. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts.

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Tuestay, October 15th: PEDO MATES and CORRINE NEVER

Stayte of Mind

2:09:29 hr | 1 year ago

Tuestay, October 15th: PEDO MATES and CORRINE NEVER

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I'm man Buckshot thought thirty three Cowboy Kim by Morgan Hey Morgan the I wanna see WanNa see me piss canine off I read it zero just subscribed zero thoughts now he's been here before I know zero thoughts I always say no zero thoughts and you can subscribe at the end of the deal with you and I want you subscribe if you live that's fair that's accessible got a good time you watch you watch immigration song next okay Chaka Call I'll look into that Erica dot loves but in zero you have nothing in and nothing you have everything you know who needs to subscribe David who do not subscribe yet is mic Brennan a baby well the music is good yeah you best leave gray hair snake you've been been anyway that's invest Schreiber a new subscriber everyman's everyman dying to stays are now officially tristate you get two days a week to five days a week and your life I already heard the flag show up in your email you know why I'm declaring this for every Monday rain five tonight and I give away don't worry about I'm giving away Anyway Fox's Fox Zuri welcome to show man Lucie who's in the House Oh my goodness how anybody who's weeks start took good did it start hey eric dial I seen you just hanging on June too much Michael Connell hey everything Michael what's up what's up with you so we got some things now we're going to we're going to get two days in the life out of the way and you'll be all very proud of me by the wife we got Korean forever coming up you don't know them barrage of emails I states and now you have another fucking Alman BJ's Barnes I I I'm GonNa read address that's what goes on in the state that's the new way of of living in the state you can to Friday's a week what do you think that hello everybody doc I'm GonNa read address your email because I just like I clipped clipped and then I read the whole thing and I said you know I could really would be much more entertaining and we're up to okay I two numbers I say those are the days of my life I'm going to tell you about so one ask your power and look kids you're my told you look all the took out I actually did electrically everyone we've done this should I got about Korean forever warming goodness waiting she's going to discuss her absolutely to let's let's do this real quick let's get this between no actually between seven and one hundred thirty five seventeen to seventeen to seventeen padre thirty seven right all right very good it's even happened in my life these thanks this is Brian the roommate another Brian the roommate story where thirty eight thirty seven was taken that I son of monkey thirty-seven I right it's going to be hey everybody how to what's out of what happened you okay you were right for you came in each to hunter two hundred seventeen who stood that they're already dispute yeah one thirty nine foty to Nakajima while I calls for twenty to thirty seven Padre speaks thank you very very much hey tight coupling co say hello to everybody come come come on he's fucking with me come on give it to me to forty two from Kabul Kim Forty two cowboy Ken got it I got it forty two. BJ The debate anyway I take him this is ludicrous man I take him up and rest this guy saw it comes from West Virginia all right I want he's wants to be an actor all that's a cool guy so we get to this party and I'm having a blast I'm enjoying myself having ball as every time I went to this cat's house allentown he's here about a month right new in town and I told him look I'll I'll take you out one night and understand this is when I used was the child's room story I'll be a monkey's uncle this is Brian Roommate who's you know something wrong with computer and it was shattered I me this that you did you relaxed I'm doing two days in the life you hear this story boy you've probably heard it already hanging party and do shit so I take them this in high in party and I tell them do you're on your own the ball so comes up to me where's my jacket man I said what my jacket man I don't know where they listen bro You got it really relax now this is something we can discuss later and I'm a life coach at this time we call them the Captain Hollywood Hills House and this guy was just a nice guy who threw party is older guy we're captain's hat that's why they call him the captain me from Joe he didn't know many gop then we would just get invites to some of us get in Nice anyway it's guy sleighs this on me out there you coming up here come on man I'm in the middle of story pro fucking out something blocking him get tyler please jacket fear Okay and he's losing it now telling you they took my tongue minister and watching the sky I kind of bring him down bring him down I WanNa go have fun I sit apologize thank good okay very badly anyway he starts laying shit on me and I was brainwashed by this freaking man I had a guy this during the Porsche I got West Virginia brainwashed me man you know there are watching me man you know just kind of a good time just jump because I'm not hanging with you the kids from West Virginia now I got people mingle with the network and hang and party and left. 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I'm this fucking scene starting in the middle of fucking party ban I said pro what is your dysfunction right now I'll buy a fucking they just this this is this guy sane you coming back to you can't we can't play go up there you know eighty years old and he just had these parties and it would really fucking great parties never had a bad time I think okay the guys and right behind him on Thakin conscious sucking Jack Brian the roommate jacket guarantee it's fucking here you put it then he starts laying this shit on the this is at my you know and the guy the captain really and that that tone and people like right here and now angry now I'm ready to was it cold oh no it's just minutes mixture e our mystery is going on with the mystery from his life exciting stuff and I got a lot to do got under set do not look at me do not talk to me and if you talk to me you talk to the character so no I didn't interact gotta do I am doing man you're on the Internet the Internet now it's probably smash written computer and wonders why he's not on the Internet I get this the inbred antastic humans Oh there's more stories more is more near them's Oh they're never yeah that's another level no way mental issues Fox's Zoar I had a moment like straight up drew my pistol on on any anyone on the set but I fucked them all there you go cows zoning my man selections so and I'll find a jacket if not a buy you one okay how do you I'm sorry think some people just can't show I'm sorry so people just can't handle going to the party unbelievable man hey listen guys eight pm another twenty this is too far gone from me I said Brow H- you gotta relax yourself you guys are taking any party favours at this no no on Sir I'm sorry man I saw discuss it later on discussing with you douse okay now back in the ball okay sports jacket fucking spot check I subdued seriously may let's jump I'm GonNa get the fucking car let's go come on boy I can't have you staring at me come up you staring at me distract me man to relax yourself come on show what I'm sorry tyler apologize speaking gibberish so as Elvis very good you know what I think take a drag mind you an encore coming up and fun some I told him this going there I said do when we get there you're on your own just fucking have a good time everybody sudden cool they're just shoot the shit with people right the they just bloom and they all fall off the trees now where I lived this is Yoto that my my school not my school with since hat from food with the cow slaughter blesses interact with them no actually they were all notified before at the end of the night for the girls I thought that little sister number I really did I won't have it did you listen to it again fucking you hook ups with corine over the weekend we got Korean coming up don't you worry just shoot just so you know I say you all the time on my show not all the time but once in a while Cherry blossom season they celebrate it and what they do is they throw blankets down in the middle of the path and they drink sake but they put the cherry blossom and you're sitting there told this story without today's in life but it's great story it's lovely this is forty three by the way not forty two forty two was taken Michael the cat in the hat and I kept getting mind with just a light pepperoni thank you very much Bernie Frost what's going on man yeah in a room at a show I was playing over our lead singers missing ipod turn out the ipod was in his pocket. I'm glad you didn't fucking kill him you know that's what you call courtesy now there's another word anyway so and and these people speak no fucking English and I'd Hang I didn't walk a mile it was just a block but a mile path with benches for a mile through the streets of Cherry blossoms and I loved the bus twenty minutes later this is pretty she comes up to me same thing man where's my fucking jacket man just so you know I'm not talking about you either about what I know that I love you know forty two is the number forty I didn't smoke pot just mentally disabled I'm tying inbred swear I swear no way you can be that dumbest I mean there's dumbest shit dumb wrapped up Cam just like that Bravo let me go to the show now does quite a few days Lisa mystery news from facebook this Guy Mr here get with this cat did to me this is what he does I'm telling you after Cherry blossoms are falling by the time you remember I said I really don't get drunk I did quite a bit in Japan because what happens is from my house Saturday night show Sunday night they are right and I I normally take it off completely but I'll go on facebook and man I tell that story written this was the cherry blossom season in Japan this is the coolest fucking time because like in April stay in the house story from boogie nights hey go half a kilo in the jacket bro cut me some slack no he didn't man that didn't Helen Keller him a friend spouse on hey hey custody Davis did you interact with the black kidney Indian I left my ass off bro Duda Reno that Shit Evan did I'm scrolling up and up and up here we go pretty good actually to the block where I make the last fifteen people partying and they go combine by and when they do that you gotta sit down and take a shot I mean that's just broke due to Reno made me laugh thank you very much make people's Day right you did for a moment let's look at mystery breath she has to do y'all basis see that's where I lost it I got it now Toronto I learned Japanese Master Mama all those cats and when I would walk go home you walk home there was a it was literally a mile yeah okay I'll do no I don't want to show that must be to do that I hold on I'm going to find it I'll go to email look what's going on but I'm not getting engaged in anything man I'm taking a day off forty four forty four IM's for mystery very hot damn I handled it but you know he got fucking I I I'm done oh what's the other day in my life hold on doc on all right kick it to me album we'll screening days ago way up there I got dozens and dozens of videos you I'm gonNA give up in a second so you can't do you got to eat this is the don't you kick it Oh yes Korean forever is coming up I like will do teabag is he in the house he is is he he's got a nickname for me and I gotTa tell you I just want to see him now oh my I feel my temperature hazing you'd never want it brings Weirdo to the party not that Guy Yeah Oh man that's the word going on in Hong Kong man and it's Korea now soul not good man is not good aw I'm scrolling now because the guy making loses he just like constantly but but I was a little tired one time no not good no clint today's I would do every one of them no but we'd hang like forty five minutes a party more and stop at another one especially if there's like babe is bay party more and that went honestly weeks I think Moreton Jamie Shit coming on to set to hold on hold on it's running really slow man because I got all the windows open today let me know if it's lagging I got my jacket MC to relax just relax just tick downtown down and now it's like taking jacket I spent nobody stole and dude seriously my off oven you send us to me an email you won't be hanging with Fox's roles hard Oh my goodness gracious your goodness gracious hard to sing is like it's weird you'll enjoy it but there was one other man if I can't fight and ten seconds I'm done yeah shit went down puncture in coming conveniently like when you know they run away now one more time anti three C maximum batty looks like I don't know what he is smoking a long or something Yankova we're going to see the goodguys maybe getting a little taste of bad guys you might have seen this already I don't from Ghana because it's so fucking buried unbelievable man this is from Sun Oh you got guy right and his buddy comes Bam right in the throat smack the shit out of him sweet junk in his own home your book out of memories with those awesome Hugh it's up to you sir no that's not it now this is cool though and you might you might have seen it already but it's it's worth watching again because thank you very much pretty funny this Jesus apparently pretty fucking close thank you thank you for that all right let's do some chats from from Saturday I laughed harder the first time I thank you thank you for the and push very good all righty then let me go to a little ooh this is an email I got from kid dynamite let me read it to you very important to based on my religious episode watch let's go to a little chat from mystery super check the song definitely needs to be solved I knbr body parts of her murdered husband Cirrus except his penis which was thrown into the Nile and eaten by a catfish or sometimes depicted as instead dia crab and according to plutarch account used her magic powers to resurrect with serious and fashion Phallus to conceive her son according to the wikki horses born to the Goddess Isis after she retrieved all the dismember who jealously killed a cyrus and who she knew would want to kill their son there isis bore divine son Horace exactly the same story older Egyptian accounts have the penis of Cyrus surviving after becoming pregnant with Horace fled to Nile Delta Marshlands to hide from her brothers set now they all get away and now now now now all of a sudden these people come what we're here to help yeah a truck of peace was out man he says but China Churn took them all right scrolling scrolling Nyah Cam not showing Kigoma screen and it was pretty cool I think this is perfect and right next wrote see that's once again ban Nice Nice mcvay all right you can just stay on I think it's only Bayton Bam he sent me funny shit man what is this about Noggin second another guardsman predicting next that I'll piss David off perhaps in the near future that's come on did yeah that's like a fixed bet it always pissed me I'm joking goofing Grennell Thumb Burger now I feel sick she must have just tuned into the show ooh history everybody knows Mr Dachshund let's see now I go back to the top it should man battlefield casualties action Dangelo return say not I listen to it Martha Johnny Johnson she and a house you're full of passion David yes I am thank you thank you oh Mr he wants me to sing this to you guys now I have that somewhere I have someone else racquetball Iraq I'll sing with the song I what did they do this guy I don't know if this is I don't know if you can watch this Gimme a second this might be too dismay so just so you now have you watched Jim's baked Alaska video no I haven't will you send that to me I'll watch it doc all right I want my crew moment I got in my criminal you got to have a Mike Grimm moment hold on I'm glad I'm here super chat truck of peace talk fucking Shit and now I'm serious seven you can't in fact this the IM in me. I can't do it it's just too I can't access it you know I got a key there's one other I wanted to show you on Fountain Fountain you can kick it back to me I'm looking because I sure they don't want to see the the work please. ESPN with thousand staff I should show the answer the audience today renewed this show is pg thirteen house just it's really not right man it's really not fucking right but you you're GonNa Laugh your ass off give me a second let me cue up here kick it to me my friend magical what apple on your table look so delicious humane well let's it's an insult you have to acknowledge the compliment if you say no no no that's an insult and I learned a very valuable lesson you're right actually right Korean coming at the end of the show just so you know ms up to make a difference with your help right waking people to fuck up right I tell you something that happened to me though I'm real bad at compliment I inch to the best of my knowledge I I would wager on it I know it's horrific but I think you have eh computer but thank you very much I appreciate you to his Wilma Front. Let's say Sarah Age I'm going to vote for whatever I'm almost two minutes away Mister e's Misteri let's see what else we got going on here Steiner ours you're our new I still am but not like I used to be I hate I hate it when people point me anything like that and then a friend of Mine Mentor Mind Mortimer Clark I'm not intentionally mind you but that's Swirling Green Burger King here come see David pisses off the media to most more entertaining that way why don't you waste your time doing up eighty you know where I stand on that Helen Keller have not eaten a baby ex US brave browser David Alpha mystery it's eight o'clock give me a minute now at seven fifty nine the sends me these like what the fuck and I left my ass off that's pretty funny shit aren't enough enough of that checks the channel second zero callers trying to continue to talk until I see him all right so I try to take him a little better now the no king shits no king no none of that not me man I'm dead cat next door that's just a little let me one day because you know something you insult people this is what you're talking about somebody wants to compliment you and you deny it I know but I think you could make one so wanted to send it to me at my state of mind that gmail.com help me out with that when I was which gives them the butcher nowadays we asked me about that Steiner thank you very much apple most of the mole demars McDonalds already had studies for earthworms you meet alternative they're they're allowed like fifteen percent of fucking absolutely should I take a two minutes thank cut and paste Dow so it it'll be funny California wearing a dress Allen Keller for the fairest who's the the Australian by the way Oh really yes I do do too I will know now is your time mystery is gone frank the reverend frank is here frank rev three eighteen still off mystery now here we go synced age-old they system yes you should be j you well see I haven't done a paranormal events of a paranormal events very good we have the Kamar Sir he's knighted no less I fear more Murray mortem o'clock rest his soul calendar BJ sponge are there any pictures of California wearing a dress hung-kang number two no China number two hey Tiara P aw frigging teeth now if you just as Mao who's now Mel Gibson we go get there's mystery and a half just accept that call Asian gentleman Mr e on here and gone here on done here to trade good King David no thank you but I appreciate the acknowledgement let me explain something to you though high feel about title and Shit I'm David I'm your brother from another mother my man Oh hello you can mistake advice now can you bites I have news coming up you give us a story from his life and it's going to be a mysterious one he wanted to give you a handful and they'll pick I doubt too complicated give us oh my goodness unconscious state and I had a case where I had a security guard because he say in Hong Kong snuck out though in the he had terrible English I met him ten years later and his English hasn't improved even slightly and the seller here would sit at the door aw mystery calling him where my headphones to hear you won't find out here we got ready for mystery everybody told me you're talking to people as you enter into the list I stress how can this be because I was all alone me over and narrow bone canal put they put those burgers everything you don't eat you'll get from the butcher the whole building's like that and these buildings all have dedicated security in this particular building I was in we had a guy called Mr ahead comes out of my head there's no explanation motives now in my opinion that's terror matrix okay glitches elections coming up on Friday by the way price day so okay you spelled that is just in terms of paranormal born keep the elevator guard and one day the wife was coming back and she said who you up to its she'd come back alert nerve anyone's had this experience but quite often you'll get followed around by thing that you can see and other people often say them when they're in a sense at this is pretty brilliant I don't I'm not guaranteeing anything perfect made you see this guys second I think I'm going to have acute unbelievable man we're going to do a rock on industry not man don't be dumb shit all right so listen we went looked at shortage low behold out to people talking to me it went very clear they were talking to me I have that footage I would be very happy uh you don't remember don't remember but I remember distinctly going to the list without talk talk in my head unless what's in my unfortunately I don't and he's a little characters of popped up many many times date so what you're saying Matrix I got something I got something to go with this actually maybe maybe don't hold me to give me one second year though I used to have to because I put when I listen to when when I check out these paranormal paranormal shit right now and somebody said that the orb the orb on the show is a moth now you know card is really cool guy and there's all toys beautiful mystery given Phillips sign on a time in your life that was pretty hot Dan mysterious and is now he's good but he's not doing any CGI all right now that was an absolutely wanted percent in my opinion when I and I've seen a lot of them I know what dust is s. and weird stuff going on here Oh my God this is art where you know what he does he does this for his kid he builds houses for he build which you see this shit give me a second no don't take too long I'm going to have to drop little David's on mystery you can do that give me back from wherever she hasn't said who you up with an I said no I just came up in the lift myself and she said no the security guard showed me and this is a two parter actually on top of this here's another simpsons prediction watch this shit I kick him in Washington there's very distinct description she's a lady in a yellow dress and a man in a totally blue suit or talking to me as of it lifts interestingly though one side decay an actual Christian they all went away so I find that quite interesting is that you saw yourself to people speaking to you but you were just there were you talking to doc rooms when you're half awake you walk in and you see them in the mirror that used to happen to these people as no no next time you see a moth line like that I want to see footage of it must don't fly like that they just don't mm-hmm the mirror right and his face moving but then look at that Mike an intellectual that would kind of go your own path on the religion front people to sink they can outs not reality tail end up in a hurry state that when you think there's nothing gracious and you that is Hanan theism you see that man are you able to see it ever and all that but I believe I know tricks is fucking never right and his face is moving but the words that was controlled movement across I kick it to my watch this this is like thirty seconds but this is pretty fucking that particular video was going to say those two peoples that always talked to me one on the left one on the right they show up many times in my life eh dissipated this I know very well always when you're looking at the corner of your eye shows mall I can tell you in terms of paranormal we've had charting than I mean I've got UFO's I didn't know how many doc is also very I would again man fucking right taken the poetic reading out nicely no slow this may not but you need ah my friend that's curious story I appreciate you taking time to hang with us for a minute and give us and and such but it's not a theological debate charlie might go on and on and on and off the audience will flee the saved ages move with the guy in the mirror the same the matrix is broken nuts right then the narrow right it takes time to do I'm pretty interesting thing that you can train it up five gazing around the sun because you're has light receptors in the white of your people to train that and that's what you're saying a light that the central and then leave leave the dimension that came into and the tear ax what I've noticed 'cause it continues it does continue has gone you look right away something a little something to think that wasn't the end of it the story all speaking of mirrors in very all of those things that plagued they sled with Christianity one that's curious man mystery Christian that on sunset and everything there's a nice beautiful senior editor saying as we went down every single look like an oil painting pinks purples mountains in to tell you cats all the time man sake the simpsons once again rejected the retrial as you go for the camera say this cloud stretch itself out into nothing and disappear quite literally stretched out into a thin line and it was gone knew that very serious indeed but not the USO and that was just recently I tell them we want to see you tested so wrong side of the screen man secular cloud that went over the town stopped and then went back wake irrespective of the wind I thought that was very curious in writing I've seen white orbs following a trail of saying that you combine the two I've seen a UFO cloud that was quite curious capsulated missed but there was one thing sticking out and it was this little risk of cloud that like a Shard of glass sitting over one of the mountains no I'll have a old trae looks like a boat a cut somewhat of Nicu goes underground and up the mountain to the and I kept telling the people always witness sect clout there and they said no I'm not talking about cloud they'll take picture and of course very tough world snow monkeys and take that train up very on the way up and you say all the apple trees but on the way we went the center of the ride that's for sure I always say if you train yourself not to everybody has you see somebody corny correct I see that's interesting thing but what occurs is if you train yourself not to look it will continue nauseating shake that cloud call into some weird things clouds I mean I've seen cloud quite literally it's something somebody is about the the orb listen mystery my friend thank you so much for hanging out in the state my brother under away when they do get quite big sometimes there are fascinating things in the sky kids I tell you if you watch the Sky Sky watcher girls stay safe my friend I'll try my best in these trying brother size of the town is in the Pilbara but one day it was a clear day except for gigantic perfectly crazy shit I don't care if you believe it or not I know there's so many of you out there right that had weird shit happen absolutely anyway it isn't stopped there have a lot of strange things occur for example some people are saying that the simpsons once again in relation to go can all King James Five we'll be doing good not the new one is good that's totally put should that these new translations you'll see stuff that's all there is to it I never a dull moment neurons telling you man well mystery I really enjoyed shelter Katuala later lady ladies and gentlemen mystery cool beans man in kids it's t two seconds long but this is a new hot Damn Simpson prediction cater to me doc thanks to that is impossible channel which you guys should check out the Koreans come and don't worry all right let's continue Dan predicted the future eleven years ago with Greta speech I'm David Miss x okay oh I got done Erica Dahm these catastrophes are so scary the fun cool fun mystery I want to show you a new this is pretty fast and I'll take the the lake down bugger had no collins is it good rob pinched and told against so in accent clouds moving another one's just stay there I see things flying underneath the white ones the little white orbs it is a danger though Dave Oh yes what do you recommend it's a tough call you coming on the show I'm GonNa get time with us always a pleasure I thought it was very enlightening and look guys before you know when I do paranormal Shimmy talk about depressing I really hope people stay say no depression you how I feel about it and trust me I get up and I'm not feeling the greatest I mean you get sick you're looking at really the soporific the most interesting one was London Nagano I'd have not been to Nog not nine Japan now daytime nighttime if you look at the Sky Watch the sky you'll see them constantly covering all shapes and sizes phone calls no problem just not prepared with I do this whole show I get something shifted in two thousand twelve no doubt my mind I said it before I'll say it again no from my new God I oh no I think it's the same God in my little notes here that's just too this is fucking care of high impact logs now the guy what do I don't blame me don't blame me let's look at the official causative fire all right what do you say we do that it's gotta be I got so much show though I don't have I mean maybe we should do one night where it's just collins I know you guys want that if you guys want something like that bullshit unbelievable man I mean it's really outrageous I gotta tell you that right now your second year we've my little piece of paper oversight they are directly impacting my existence and must stop under natural law. I'll tell you right now I swear by my God then his move with the guy in the mirror staying the same yellow the broken land and defend yourself being a troll on my mama shop do now to me I'm afraid of phone you're afraid to pick it up uh breaking out across the State Fast Moving fires shutting down major highways and destroying homes looking live at the KABC Helen Keller everything is frequency and they re manipulating and they are re manipulating the frequency without but not for nothing things changed in two thousand twelve man know about my mind the ones are pouring in all right we'll do that one I we gotta fight through the best week because that's what they want you understand okay rising is has a super chat hey rob what's up says they had a trash caught on fire trash was dumped off to the side of the road ignited vegetation and then obviously the fire spread from there now I probably would fry fridays better bro because I want to do paranormal Friday to let's see all right one I don't know man they got too much to go through here like to get to everybody chats and shit Friday another secluded and potentially lose the call the Fire Department listen kids this is fucked up shit still have that payroll Mussoorie all right we'll get to it Friday night call in right now no I'm done with paranormal show to where we're standing and where the fire started the wind was whipping so strong in so many different directions fire and swept around and came back department told us exactly what they believe happened how this fire started this afternoon with such negative consequences take a listen my understanding is a trash truck christly kid come up with a garbage truck embers unit starting line up on the opposite side of this hill claims intense as this was happening as Chris told us from overhead and air seven hd several homes go to what the clank assess dropped. That'll be shit show I can't wait I don't trust it but if you want fucking hell same afraid of phone you WanNa you WanNa you WANNA call in and hot damn you WANNA call it there's trash truck so this is the truck drivers options guy take the truck somewhere we're lost more than a dozen and we see tonight still burning the roof is on fire of one of these homes the hillsides around this area still dotted with burning embers the fire just leave here for a second let me go eight thirty six I just wanted to hear the explanation listen to a little more chopper flying over Los Angeles County right now on the ground in Porter Ranch California bringing us this story good morning that's a hot damn mess man and stopped stopped Weiss it now let's take a quick look let's let's take a little look at the fire I take it to me uh either in the recap something real quick and regarded these fires in this video this is quick to hear the explanation in my understanding exactly that's GonNa was driving around with trash apparently we're embers this and that was a whole day event it just kept guy very unusual telling people look up and I said this is a very round cloud isn't it consider pretty curious pretty hot damn curious it this isn't a truck that trump tax hot damn trash okay so this is his choice take it somewhere hot dance secluded and get the frequent fire department on a chop or dumpit on the side of the road dollars to four thousand four hundred forty five children sexually abused by pedophile priests in Australia outrageous man I mean mighty fucking alley zillow thirty seven you ain't separate Jesus from Church David moral rules every priest is fucking corrupt tell you why when I worked for the law firm seventy five people work there Washin always words of wisdom from Mr Dr Philly Blunt I lose my shit I'm done with it now do I I started here in this Guy Captain Best of my knowledge actually my I mean really actually tracked down footage of the of the garbage truck driving around with the with the back end on fire I'm sure they got that had no you're never gonna find it ever much Johnny Johnson would you wake me David of course then we could you the second year Mike let's take a look at this and we go to you take a look at this all right and let's say smart trump people guess who I'm voting for in two thousand twenty David stay that's my guess if I came across a document with a law firm paid out one hundred and fifty thousand dollars five families because pedophile 's in the law firm uh-huh hard averaging shortsighted I and open up this episode I haven't gotten anything hot damn folder either sick this up does your window got screen at this one does cited him I am I really can be my opinion right now l. s. f. all the other religions after Elia gigabyte can be kickback all right now answer me this question just like I say every cop is corrupt simply because they followed taking advantage of children I'm out of five thousand all right this is the organization that represents Jesus BJ spines moth yeah you thought it was right no you find me that flies straight ahead it's very shortsighted okay climate meant Scalia shortsighted catch check this out shortsighted back to more than I do cats I got more apple in the nineteen we still feel it it's very delicious happen I will finish it before the end of the show yeah mystery chat what's up my brother longtime no statement to understand is to stand under legally ah I kicked him ice cream from one moment Catholic church paid two hundred thirteen million the this is what I know you can doubt me all you want in my heart of hearts I know about being on a ball water lied about going outer space if you don't subscribe right now if you don't subscribe right now hit that button I entertained you for at least a mystery didn't entertain you I can't help you get on my house eh acting bad acting but let me go through Oh we have an issue breath you took a trust my Jesus with them no I prefer you keep your Jeez Kit my God could I be wrong aw your way to God I ain't fucking shortsighted man let me tell you something they lie about the plane of existence you live on they lied stick with one God no middleman I'm happy their cats okay don't need Jehovah's Witnesses knocking at my door you're all right church to me is demonic you tell me any other company you get caught fucking so let's see Never Smith Native religion was destroyed a long time ago now they are Muslims some Catholics absolutely I was wrong once but I was mistaken goofing on Kerryon Joey I know Korean I know I know relax you're a Smith he's talking to Turkey sue I think no showgirls are sadly common no showgirls are sadly in Saturday night man I saw three people I do my fucking like win away another person my toe woo labral hammocks and that's where I can't just like I can't stand politics or that God damn news just pull allies I can't stand religion eighty okay rockies homeworks protesters attacked police can't show what is wrong oh yeah you gotta get that rock and roll man because every Tuesday can be frightening right right right mate I watched it roxy and I said that to you see them kneeling before the pope the Queen Baga stupid stupid though kneel before no one but the I don't think it's enough they lie about all these religions Religions Rudolph Sutton evil right next to fucking money think about it in the MIC ghost blew my guzman thought and kill you that's short sighted man just fucking awake to the the human being to other humans and I think you're okay still wait for that notification cult of Zemo subscribed to the cult of David cultures emotions I will go stopped work sometimes what gets to work and no way back daily for that guy and it's coming to a neighborhood near you if shit don't fuck turn we'll do teabags my man my only problem with my docs freeze to see doesn't believe any of my car experiences while preaching about some seriously the non-profit the church was the last time the pope said you know what next year all churches will donate what they would pay taxes too beating God damn children when I wake the fuck up so please if you're gonNA like it check out make sure you're still locked in I know I I'm sorry they don't like me but you do so you okay you know the only problem they didn't take it over yeah I don't condone it but if you're GonNa do it you'd better take fucked over my opinion it's such so I can't even guys it's such it's so pitiful what's going on planet man kid and they just transfer you another stuck in place nobody goes to jail you tell me you don't get this up wrong since the Tusha last Thing I have my God that's it I'm very comfortable with it Dan Scripture to tell me to be a good fucking guy in my life and do unto others will have done unto myself I heard the good word Polka to witness know what isn't that's what they say when they send your yeah that's what I say back look they don't like me very well kids all right sixty likes the Saturday night Saturday night was all right all right with me cats so I was pretty brutal pretty violent I'm not going to show it because it's violent and I gotta I gotTa be careful as a fucking right started to show getting fucking flag just update when I refresh I don't know what to tell you guardsmen I just know that people complain I complain I recommend enosis op sorry we'll do where were you arena Disney Book Cinderella didn't they then they said was that there was a whole document they found a note and they found Noah's grossly shifts I think is a guild union thing you best believe in its corporation to business fuckers aw God damnit Bullshit man never going to happen just like just like freaking high-end Elissa sometimes man I watched a documentary on slavery and there's no fucking slavery if this is the story trying to feed me fuck that shit that's impossible sleep on it God damn it blows my mind sorry sorry sorry a level out here David your likes only chance some of the city we're doing 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a flat moment and it's a beautiful one two and I'm GonNa get into tectonic plates you see how am I take fucking phone calls I got too much to handle here yeah did come the pilot if you think about and now they're going to say you gotTa break it down you gotta read through the lines reconsider you might as well yeah well it's me so don't bettinger surgeon skysufer chat hey sean skydiver man on you all the time I really like that video out centers you for a second you talk about meditation cats us of course there in the ocean did they just tell you that there and what are you do okay I guess I guess they are not enough bullshit on a second kiss listen to me man again pinal Glenn Logical fucking thinking here accent I don't this is a while ago wasn't it when I'm done no she even says this takes this could take couple it can take a couple of minutes stack Iraq one rock and or to take an no not if you're if you're a dish yeah for you talking about you have a date nick don't show up not for 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separate they tell you when the earthquakes tsunamis shift the shift they're not connected right and we're spending a thousand miles per hour I just need a wife I saw it very complicated kids you can't you can't handle me ever we'll see we'll see what happens I call bullshit I call bullshit I understand cracks on the planning but not like these with this feature hosts John Smith do you have any siren sarin gas I do neither sounds gay told you I don't do that thanking Clinker Sean foreman coke the world you may like it okay thank you very much I said thank you very much kick it back drift brother dusty man flip a store there get sally for you she'll take good care John Stack racks with her all day I'm going to pass you pass then Russian can see can you can't bullshit fucking lie fucking like and when I saw that this setup I need you stack rock man by myself Oh thank you mystery I don't I don't normally imbibing seren so I don't I don't know what that is sorry pal I think no show I did I 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Did you enjoy that little meditation thing that I'm going to try to do that let's see just imagine mystery deals with that Shit every day law kind of fun tough pro gun violence can't get them walk three four miles the Chad you fuck in jump all right I got both them so you're just kick it to me for a second so this is Anna hold on I can't find I'll just explain it you're you're second year called nut welcome to Marlin Marlin right UH young lady right there too hot damn takes chill pill now it's getting a little flatter adorns them for Kids Megan normal you understand that's enough don't know who sent this it was on Facebook I'm very very sorry I don't know who'd had kick it to me nation does it get real life to this goes back it goes really I didn't get there so this cat he loses his shoes this is Steve Carrell plan I want to go to a river in stocks and rocked with Yes oh do I man I'm with you some rocks my river with me and stacks and rocks what's wrong with me In Maryland MERRIN got dim hold on a second I'll look it up please do for your kids welcome to Marlin for your children and again I let as soon as I see this shit I'm out I'm fucking done every of you're sitting watching this shit with your George Bush senior the American people have a find out what we have done they will chase down the street and Lynch's aged I'm done with it Jesse should like that I'm done I'm out you sit with your child watching you tell you no no the Air Force Guy Right crashed his plane and in the muddy loses his shoes and he opened suitcase and he comes out with a pair of pumps right okay and then what does he do thank you Mike why not bullshit man tell his agenda don't do get a quote from Bush just because it's in here this has been destroyed a long time ago now they're Muslim they did that to kids I'll be so thrilled here now look at the time that hardy and hang a politic things out of a hat being men like a soldier but it's like what do you call it the plastic ones you know like your army men right it's like w Bush June one thousand nine Hundred Ninety two to Sarah mcclendon quote directly from him going to repeat it if the American people ever find out what we have done they will chase down the street and Lynch's look in Hong Kong where were you on November twenty second does that kind of art he might be able to give you pointers tell him that sense you go phenomenon pointers from Johnson the rock stack he wants aw Mandar answer my question just just finished the statement if it doesn't make sense hit series for your children this movie it doesn't get better this is as soon as this sounds really stretching initiate I'm done this is for your children what's the name in here for so I don't know what it says but I keep moving episode episode and get to it quote from your dear and you knew what you meant I thought you were thinking the artist you know are not did ya okay I believe what is this hold on a second I have things here that I haven't seen this hot damn movie I think I only have this one picture on a second hold everything I got another great one I had two pictures don't you think the La River man you can stack them rocks in there. Yeah that's where I wanNA stack rocks the great thing why don't you go kick rocks I've got other things Oh you wanna laugh your ass off right WanNa laugh your ass is off I guarantee you guys just putting a blow your mind sorry aqap thought he saw a gunpowder smoke come out got him with a long rifle and arrested him brought him to the Dallas police station on the way there he said I'm GonNa while you guys are GonNa Walk Me Right Nineteen Sixty two George I shall so no more I don't know can you tell us I can tell you exactly where it was where was he is coming out of the second building that a now is blew my mind Bill Murray Zombie movie nations including Los Angeles area let me explain something to you took it back to me I just wanted to see the visual five forty nine five forty nine five forty nine at the tank gas is costing you to shut all that down you know almost two million people in the end almost two million black down now I watched this movie the dead don't die kids and I know it gets aggravating but the more people we wake the fuck up the better it is fair I think that's fair and I think that's true the dam cell phones yeah telling you ha that's all thank you very much the phone Giambi's the movie is different kind of weird kicking screaming we're time just so I can play something up to these cats and kittens let me tell you something all right don't believe a word he says proven wrong you understand I don't look which is here to wake up could eat gas prices here now I don't know what your gas prices are but did you see these numbers here gas prices reached five dollars at some California we movies and everyone's like clover good predators like a good story anyway so you seen in Oh Bill Murray Danny Glover oh I just hope shoving this movie right I get sad every time I hear about Danny Glover and a movie these days uh-huh cost us two billion dollars do you know before any one of those grids can be turned back on every mile of them have to be inspected watchman the the excuse gas prices currently is that there was an attack Iran attack Saudi Arabia's oil fields our oil production facility ooh the fires no stopping fires get this good this information back to the fires you know ask and I tried to watch these fucking guys last two minutes three minutes and these cats are hundred thousand fucking subscribers fantastic guy see you know where I stand jinx gains e Nassau Equal Satan at this week I did hear about it but I keep missing it was like on this on like Youtube I bought it for five ninety nine I never heard about new movies like Bill Moran Zombie Aw Fuck off man got Dan when fucking angry fuck off seriously man nonsense got dinner he plays the same said looking character well let's because he had a stroke he can barely talk anymore and say yes to everything and they just problem up in these the kind of going for really obscure comedy they are but there's one sane nice green and this is brilliant to me better sign a bill that would restrict hotels from hadn't tiny shampoo bottles oh and go into all the fun it's a test cast now that's a fucking test to see what happens when you shut down the grid almost two million you know it'd cost all right here's a missing letter absolutely one hundred percent the symbol of NASA as the serpent town we all know that right the before they can turn the power back on put that in your pipe and smoke it Hong Kong here we come you're more than that lose to the fact that you're the fucking zombies on this planet trust me but they have all these Ambi- walking around with fuck you man I don't forget that now god Damn Bitch Man I hate when I trust yeah you know what the governor of my beautiful state than I'm so on blessed was doing during the fires it was signing a bill you're not every mile of grids shutdown has to be inspected by PG motherfucker before some money you come up with Shit like that God damnit punk ass motherfucker onion wizard you ever see that cat Erica Dow Jim has one 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Episode 72: Florida Man Explained and the Catholic Church Busted Down in 120 Seconds

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Episode 72: Florida Man Explained and the Catholic Church Busted Down in 120 Seconds

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We're good refine. It was a technical conundrum. Wade Winston Wilson but we are marrying a mini. Three thirty tree. sorry kids know many days. Well that's has to be missing one mini-glitch which makes it even stranger missing coma. Oh you mean gone. Yes the Swedish squad one where he police shirt open. It's gone it's Straw. We've been we've been hacked to delete it off the computer but hey this. Hey I'm Alan David. Hey I'm noticing. Youtube is not keeping any of my subscriptions. I just described again for the third time today. Look kids the jumping all over Jim. I heard some Jim. Jim is fine. He's just dealing with this shit so I don't know I don't know what to tell you we're going to do the best we can. Can I keep ahead of the game. I really don't know I gotTa Show I have fun. Go ahead you got. Yes someone of your lip there right right a little black spot. They're just so patch coming in there. Are you golfing fucking. Can I take a few days. Salt pets came in quick. Wake you see. It's all white David. Check your email. Meli sent you a new audio. I don't have time for that because I explained my day started out awesomeness. It'd stand awesome there in the last night. You kids know how long we hung up four hours and I got shift from people to do enough. Don't worry about anyway so I requested. PC come because I was too tired when I was done. All you cats. Oh Hey gotti Friday night. Happily cheers cheers. y'All which is she is all wants. Beautiful Jealous Hey Allah. Happy feist cheers bye into the cockpit. I Wa I have to change gears here. Where was I so yeah last night I was flinging? Hey kids wait till you see damn it hold on. Wait the chat saying that. The Patriots screwed over Jim as well. WELL WE'RE GONNA get to all that. What the hell the Patriot do they shut them down? Come on what a Patriot care life. It's getting worse and worse every day. Put it that way. If I WANNA patron this person was. That's your job is to facilitate that I WanNa see after we were done. I continues look. This is something different that might be league the VIP Patron Party after our Party that we have for patrons of the piece but look what I did. Look I got away down the night. I didn't do the envelope yet. But that's pretty pretty good. Just gotTa go through this one more time so let me tell you what happened so fast that were hanging with me. Last night I lost it and I was throwing these card man. You should have seen like a tornado. Hit the place and then I to pick up myself because I screwed up a card trick. I'm looking at like let me just sleep. We just sleep keep. Now this is what Hap- The camera was still going. Four to knit lay lens. Cap was over it and the reason I say. Fortunately because then I wouldn't be able to show you this this release you hear this because it was really great morning so this is what happened. This is what I will up to. It was brilliant bone Swamy. She deviant simple fi fi. Allow these fakers. Say Throw this in CINCY deputy boy now get on. My hands needs to clean up this mess. It is so very hard monsieur in this tight constructing. I just met him. I how tall handsome Glanville Lens Cat cat was on to my morning started very nicely but then this is what occurs now this is fucked up shit man curiously. I'm not very pleased with any of this. You have to give me a second of course to superjet law you have that. Yes please Dream Kessler gave you an Air S. ten and Baron von Sternberg Canine patrons shutdown gyms account for hate speech against tunes for the. How how the sausage is made video? Now you're wrong you're wrong this This Weiner slice and video because a lie wedding headedness. Mit gave him a little trouble. But that wasn't it. I'm telling you now I know what I actually I didn't care. That's what he's dealing with kids. I'm telling you it's I got nothing to do with fucking allocating a second man. Get in the fold or you're covering it. I really can't believe the patron is now getting into the content censorship. Game as well like you all you are is a facilitator. I WANNA give this person a weekly weekly or monthly stiffened. You facilitate that. It's the government. They're one of the same Patriot new to all same. fuckers walkers blockchain just needs to happen already now. Listen I told you how long ago you know maybe my sense of time over a week ago. I'm sure when all the things that jumped. Okay you know the you know the rules in scenario nuke during the daytime you can wander the state noon universe. I can go anywhere you want but at nightfall you come back. I don't know how did they last time there was seventeen monk areas. Maybe eighteen of them you. They reproduce with not too often because I talked to him about that all gone. Now we have a big fund. We're GONNA kill two birds with one stone the Martha Yeah. That's right fucking this bullshit. Do me a favor canine. Just kick it to my. This is the photograph. I got this morning right after. the-they it clean the pipes clean the papers. I did her job to care of it out. Then I then I sit down and go to work and this is the first thing I see the money. Go kick it to my script kit. Here's the shrine. What fuck is this are you serious? Now let's do the investigation because somebody saying I said this is a wrench. And that's where I think. I have a job with a mastermind freaking game plan here to psychologically destroy me. This look closer closer K.. That's just zoom and I said this is a wrench. Kick it to my screen. Kick it back to you back back to me now. I watched it. Can we can we. Can I do this. Have you in the mailbox can. Yeah but it's still anyway. I just watch it go kick it back to me. I want to see that that that that right there. Just look at it. Look at it. Memorize that ticket to my screen. Right now somebody saying it's hello. Kitty chopsticks a hello. Kitty thermometer see the top of that that circle. It doesn't look like it's as open as a wrench talk so your circle is open so you can get a screw heading there. That one looks like it's a little thicker all right all right back but please look. This is a mess here. Understand you stand. I mean this is Josh. I'M GONNA get to the bottom of this. You understand the deep deep undercover investigations. Going on as we speak. So That's how my day started started out great. And then I'm psychologically damaged Baron Vaughn who can Sternberg superjet burned on chase bank shutdown it down masterson masterson entire private bank account for hosting a service similar to patron that accepted ban people. Yeah like when accepted what people chase. Bank shutdown masterson entire private bank account for hosting a service similar patron that accepted band. People then people people yes it sounds to me like masterson is needs better attorney. Because that's just ridiculous. I don't know guys we're we're all fighting a good fight what we're talking about Jim. Everything's fine with Jim. But he's dealing with this bullshit and Jim just said Hey. Listen as soon as I can lock in a specific day where we can say yeah. We're game we're on we're GONNA DO UFO episode. And I'm compiling come compiling more stuff which is cool. Do all the roar. I'm not going to give you spoil almost digits. Then there's poop in that Ravioli Mr Ray saying that correct. Few people saying we'll they'll teabags thinks there's poop in there Pointed out the little thing on a lipid. Fuck off guys I wanna hear that shit man. I'm already I'm already very strict. I I think it's a serving spoon. Now serve you fucking. AL might want to show our face on really cool and I told you last night by the way Rinku is a woman she has so. Don't worry if I he did the investigation. I got tip tip picks so I saw boobs definitely woman. I didn't say anything else. So you never know days we got we got fan tip picks and you didn't tell. Oh meet I I do not docks and the young lady you said. There was no identifying features but these breasts in there know what I mean. I don't know if it's her enough. I would like to see some engineer breasts. Nope not sure those you bullshit. Sorry the state is duck. I will not. Docs anyone to anyone ever goof on you and I want you debt. Fans boobs they're sending. It's both of us Just Greece the only. Canine out there for me. You know if you pull them up on desktop right now I can see him without the audience seeing them now. I will not do that. I'm a man of my word. All right let me carry on a good show. We're GONNA DO CHINA AND IT goes cities I don't if you're aware of them were familiar of this phenomenon but pretty crazy shit. Because I'm going to get a little Catholic church it I wanted. Yeah I can I can handle it all I can break it down for union twenty seconds. Let's see if somebody time me once I jumped on it. Hey what's going on Johnny in the House. I'll start Stopwatch Watch. Yeah we can do it that way. Let's see if I can do it in one hundred twenty seconds. I just need this chat. Right where the two of them the owner. There's another one over here. They all the same though correct. No Master Guay. Sharing is caring. Yes I know but this is. This is a family friendly. Show fuck off goofing on you. Relax buried exploit. Hey what's going on. Man Oh oh by the way. I don't take group picks with pasties. I delete them immediately. I need the character of the BOOB. which is which is the button? I don't know what's going on. I want so a pair of boobs. It was like an angel stood in front of me. They were digging perky and they defy gravity and the woman was is pretty looking to once on TV. Right appreciate the audience. Support lobbying for me to see these boobs your warmth breath. I can't do that. That's rude and inconsiderate. I just wanted to confirm that Ringo is a woman. We had a big debate. The of night. Hey are you. This wrinkle here is ring here. Yeah she has very. Hey let me ask you probably jacking off right now. Sorry he's late guys. That's why I was like no listen. I have a question for you now. You could hear a real voice. I'll give you that. Are you get your Australian right here in their Redo. Gusau wrinkle dogs. Are you familiar. Not poop jokes and stupid come on. I'm goofing around guys. Don't worry Thaad fucking now I gotta be careful what I say. The newest fucked up last night. I turned everything over four hours. I hung out so you guys were. It was great but you sucked up throughout. Don't four hours one troll. I created one without ocean guy. But I don't know I gotTa look in the archives. I don't I trust him anyway but I apologize. I was just not in the mood for any by an whole night. Four hours now one troll and I made one that's fucked up second and when I get to the freaking when I get to it when we get to the portion shop is it Jim. Tim's birthday. That's a question. I have cats real quick rundown with Jim. Everything's fine with Jim. He's just dealing with the pain in the ASS. Okay and as soon his everything's cleared up and he found found a couple of other avenues. He's invalid now. He said something like why you today. He had a stream if they actually noticed actually got notification indication of it nonetheless. Magin that you always own scooter. A little rascal rides around the house with what the fuck is going on this is this is the stressors put on him. Jim needs to go to library and monetize videos. Yeah and that's all done man God decentralized charlize platforms. Jim Is the poster boy of why you need a decentralized platform. He's working on. He actually mentioned a couple of things. I don't know what he was leading. Leading to alluding to the bandit of videos I looked out this morning and the sun was gone turned on some music to start my day. I lost myself in a familiar. Oh you're song. I closed my eyes and I slipped away. Oh that's lovely. Thank you the bandit era. Don't be still unsure of the likened fro Helen. Hey My friends candy rabbit. Recessive genes can actually cause to white folks to have a kid with dark. Skin doesn't happen often because his problem usually usually. I'm sure why don't you get some documentation. I'd like to see the face on father's father all forget it man. What a mess? That would I think a woman made up the story whether members started. Why what do you call those women? I'm going I'm going to lay it all on you. fuckers especially any you on the fence with your religion Catholic in big trouble. I asked the question is it. Jim's birthday he mentioned something about and being might have been goofing around. Jim Do you mean the neon sign or am I dumb buried exploit is a conversation going coming online and nothing to do with regard to the other string. Catch all air. Hopefully you can get to Johnny's talking about going to another say dumb fine. I'm used to it. Will Johnny just said go to the other stream. So there's my little David Surkov God and that Johnny messages from forever ago. That was the other stream. Oh that's way up there. That's not moving. I this is technical shit that we have have nothing to do with guys. I'm concerned Mandar is going to say goodnight to you tonight Internet janitor. I am not a whore. I'm a Hula. WOAH fucking L.. May so you're GONNA have to ignore the youtube chat on their died while I have the one. That's moving against Youtube. Yeah but that's through restraint so just pay attention to that one the blue one. Yeah because for whatever reason which proves again that. It's youtube because we reopen that chat and it was this chat but now it's the other chat every little thing GonNa be alright has the audio we give it audio because I got something for you ladies eighties at the end of the night. I don't know if it's going to be good either because I didn't do it before I show no time man is always no matter. How prepared I? And that's another thing. This is my message to you. I don't worry you're gonNA keep me saying that Song Helen. Helen Keller Okay guys. It's you got about five five of you everything. I got your book Allen. I'm worried about Maddalena. She should've had it already season candidate. Oh so who knows. It could be twenty twenty twenty by the time she gets it backwards over there goofing no letters. Start the two minute timer. Now we'll do when I get to the segment of the show. I'll tell you he does this on purpose. I'm telling you I told you they asked me. Do I tell you that right. Hey somebody would do that for the show. I sit down before the show. He yells at me to just so you know. Oh He's GonNa do it okay enough I got it got it man to me. Is that time restarted. Fuck off the two minutes to get to the bit my show my segment. I do my segmented saying I got some Bolsa gets. Do you get the. You can't pet every cat I would like to though. BJ BJ sent me some really cool shop shuts. BJ sent me some really cool stuff that is added into the gym show. Oh it's cool thank you. Bj I'm sorry to hear that sesame sesame sesame sesame moon hey sorry that's tough man losing its unconditional love stuff. Okay so he catch him stuff you see. I want to keep track of everything that's going on because we have the after party. All right. Are we have an issue with that too. Maybe can hell. Let's hope it goes the right SPA. Let's see what happens. Okay this just saving saving this. Why are you saying that everybody can can say canine shot? What I'm saving? I was Gonna lay it all down. You blow your minds. He screwed up. You bully me. Hey let me ask you catch the question. Are you familiar. If you're not checking out okay. This is my ultimate goal. It's it's a young lady and her husband. The husband looks a little Dushi. Though little breezy her name is Jonna. Genton J. O.. So an agent. And I'm really into this chick I don't know but she makes her own paints and they live in the middle. That's a whole story about it. She goes on for like twenty minutes. I watched like two minutes of it just to see where they live. It is paradise in my opinion. Okay Jonah Genton and if you go say David stay settled. You know who I wrote today on on his Stream Bill Burr. That's right I talked to him about at this. You know why I. Don't listen to podcasts. Through that I don't like him. Stand up I like when he's done the stage right but apparently on October twenty. Jason did his podcast. This is what I want to do. It's exactly like this. He's on a stage but he has an audience doesn't podcast with an audience and there was only one so I don't know if it was just especially did I duNno. I appreciate you not showing a clip. No I want surgery bill. Burr Bill Burr. Look him up you'll have hours of entertainment is a little discouraged by the way now. He's okay though but I understand because the other day I don't think either of these working bro. Can't stop saying foods and tries fucking Eliezer plan with your man boobs Goddamn mode. Mola avatar talking. He's doing something he's looking for something so we might be on to something but I'm not I don't think I move gonNA chat. Yeah you're chats of Chas both frozen so do I have okay you tell me out while I took business fucking al.. He didn't enter button for enter. Yes perfect perfect work. No nothing happened I can hit it again i. Nobody told me. I don't know because I have no chat. Everything froze up and again nothing to do with us. Kids shouldn't bet today so get open up A Youtube Window for me. Actually I'm going to open up. You know what I'm doing here. I know what I'm doing that's go. Is this done yet. You see if Wait you'RE GONNA hold on everybody every little thing GonNa be alright. Were you to go to my studio correct yet is GonNa be alright. Aw Kitty Kitty. Thank you for Tapio disturbed about that Martha deal. We got subscriber. Oh aw ear go neat Nitzan your go go you subscribing now you dirty stay up braman youtube videos okay. And then I click on they send it over to you Kroto live. You got that on my hands. I WanNa talk to you. But if I can't read you can't talk to you sweet month station off. Gamut all know Bro. That's the Yes. Yeah some definitely something. Yeah 'cause I check all now I saw beforehand twos on man. Yeah I have no idea. I'm sure I could just relax talking yourself fucking out. Give them topics that. Don't give a clump. I'll talk to you about Sta. Hello Maggie I want to talk about magnitude because the other day and I feel him but he said it he said I'm done I can't do I wish I could do whereas whereas with my buddy who does mag Mr does a good mag is listen to everybody. I'm done. I'm tired. Because people are slamming them left and all right all right being a troll being Scwhab then he got shut us Syria. I think he was saying he doesn't prove that I wrote to him. I said Br I feel you. I understand you get slapped around. And he's been doing it a long time. I don't know how long you've been doing. I've been watching the guy for our year too. I have no sense of time. But longtime dig Mac show. I forgot chat back on the left. Let me get to the show. I don't know but I like Canine. Good Mega you should like. I don't somebody has to getting that old message. How far gone up to nineteen fifty three? So That's Oh seven minutes ago good on the left it's popping unless should be fresh leftist call. Youtube isn't keeping my subscription for some some reason. Isn't that very old too. I answered Erica. Shit hopefully just a glitch with them in and out Efim does look what they did to Jim Right all right so anyway Maga's back the next day with short real short videos to see enough and he was just discouraged. I I don't blame them. They take his channel down all. That's where he's got so many of them anyway. I WanNa talk about that. Yeah I told you about last night. Four hours man by started early. Oh and by the way. Do you know you know the song I was looking for called I remember it. Mobile go didn't get flagged for that breath. I get flagged for magic bus. Not The one I wanted so we ever suggested I think it was Hannah and he got fired for that stupid farmer's daughters yeah the farmer's farmer's daughter who said that to me whereas Mr e by the way I think that's who sent it to me no somebody else sent me but very idea now for another one very very fucking funny I would like to send that you and the thing about you know when I was watching bill remember. I said you'll never see me on. Mainstream billers mainstream. Now see if you can look up. I'm sorry canine. That's the bill is mainstream. Everybody but if you don't have bill burr your should okay. I get mainstream extreme. Because on his on his podcast sworn for twenty seven man. He's me and he's touching on some serious shit so if he can get there where I can get there. Hey Tyler enough go now get good boy. I was curious about that so tom. Yes that's right smash right. Did that luck is going very very Schmidley. Then we're GONNA blackmail. You shouldn't black a little while ago and we have fun right. I talked to you about see. I'm very I'm on it. I'm fucking perfect. Perfect man it all of it. Then this is going to be us I got more is another page. Okay very good sir. Let me explain to you about your church. Then we start. He's something's icing on the fucking Shit cake. I was at this kind of it blows my mind. It's it's in plain sight in plain sight site. And you see it in front of you and you're still so fucking indoctrinated into the fucking bullshit and lies and this this is GonNa lead me if there's anybody real religious here would you Jesus and Shit. You Might WanNa leave for dumb going to get this done. Tell you want to start the timer and you're no not yet jammed up. That was two minutes so funny. Isn't anyone religious right. Now you're all fully Jesus. I suggested leave for one hundred and twenty seconds. I'm not guaranteeing I'm GonNa Nail One hundred twenty seconds I income. I thought so pretty well together the whole thing I gotta show you this not not that I wanted because I just want to put the icing on the cake when I'm done explaining explaining all right fucking unbelievable man. I clicked the wrong one. Just relax I went to up on the screen it's all said and done Ringo's getting rowdy what's up with her being yourself I asked you. Do you have the Stralia Scottish disowns to me like she wants a little David Scottish David you can nail me and Ringo. Oh much better than that Ringo's does the new buyers. Well let's see if we get some freaking lunatic Qadam trying. It's an disgusting filthy in my monkey. She eliminated the of the panties. Went straight the nudity took him men Darrien men CARRIAN's Thuc. Now let me explain. Explain you church guide. You started your stop watch cheers. Oh I'm ready to start. He told me you can start right. Now let me ask you cats and kittens question. How much is the Catholic Church worth? How much does the Catholics wchs the Catholic church own do you know? This is a statistic they own mm-hmm Dude is. It's two minutes. Don't interrupt me when I'm in the middle of this shit okay. I don't care just you tell me if I don't interrupt me from getting deep in this you understand your burning clock. I don't give a fuck. I know because I can see you in the middle of Meek Quicken Deaton to twenty you can see it now the alarm bell on. It's all fine. Don't say a word doesn't matter I don't even know why put a time limit on it was is in the description out you know 'cause this time back standard. They statistically they are worth more than the top five corporations of the planet. Now understand. Stand the do we can never know this because the whole thing is steeped in such goddamn secrecy all right they own more Nicole. Maybe close to the rothschilds. Okay and that's your doorway to Jesus come on Jesus is right and and I'm going to reiterate something that I read are often because I must especially for new subscribers. Now this is what kills me when which in plain sight they don't pay a penny fucking taxes you don't we know what they're worth again. They are just secret finding one church one Goddamn am church. There might be a couple but what about your Vatican they run it all all steeped in secrecy. You don't pay a penny in one of their going to say this year we're GONNA take the ten billion. We didn't pay in taxes. I'm going to take care of these children. We'll take care of the homeless problem in this country. When when did they do it? Maybe I start waking fuck up the next time you put the money in their fucking devils pot. You're fucking donating to them do what what did they do for who you tell me I want one of you die hard can Christian motherfuckers to write me some diatribe. This is what they do. I want to know what they do other than deceive you you. You don't believe that now it's time to kick it to my screen. GimMe One thousand two hundred twenty one thousand kick chick not dictate to see have you. Do you priest raping little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing nothing they had it they hit it all report over three hundred. Three hundred Predator priests more than one thousand child victims in Pennsylvania. Back to me back to you I want the list of priest imprison. Can somebody supply that to me. How can you? You can't are you going to give me one or two stories fine. We're the hundreds of thousands. But when you have this just fucking transferred to that that Harish horrific man and that's your gateway to Jesus your the only way to your God. You don't think you're stupid. I stopped the clock now. Aw It's over you don't Miss Shit for those of you awake. I'm not talking to you but you losing your shit right now based on what. I'm telling you I'm sorry S. The truth week your fucking ass up okay. Is that enough in perspective. Figu view the Church of God. Jesus is home they. Do you put money money in their pot. Every week they see Kanye West with that alstine demon stupid all of you and you buy into it. You dumbest Shit. You're putting sheet. Get out my house. Don't need year. That's it like I say. Something in plain sight right under your nose right in front on of you. What are you doing go? Neil I go near before priests have your children kneel before briefly feed him the body of Christ kneel before him you kneel before nobody guy. There's my little one hundred eighty stint on church and and fuck all that pleasure speak superjet. Why not it's my friend? Padre what we need is the return of frame game aim radio of what rating frame game. Radio new must elaborate my vending game radio. I have no idea what frame game. Radio Celebrity Padre by the speaking in tongues two minutes over the truth. Got Padre Padre dungs. Okay good I don't care how long I was. If you interrupt me and I you aren't between my ears. Would brands you pick the time. I didn't tie him put put shot clock. Yeah but I thought about you. Say What he's going to do. I'm going to be in the middle of something you do and then I would just lose it and I didn't WanNa what do that instead you got rattled on your. I don't care how you're not three minutes to me so I thought what I had surgery pertinent to put a clock on yourself because I said I can talk and put it to. You wonder why I get so angry. Don't you dare to tell what's it gonNa tell you right now. Dude what are you doing David. I'm telling you that sends GonNa come flying across the room any second. Hey Megan's happy. That's all matter that I'm happy. I'm going back to the folder by the way a lot to show you. Okay now this is old. I think it's last month's episode. I thought state of mind made it on Time magazine. I really I'm not goofing. Nya Watch this just watch. Maybe send them view. Did as well your local grocery store. Let's just kick into my screen. I guess I will grocery store and I see this state of mind made. It didn't has nothing to do with me. It's the the same image now. Let's see Brad's lies in my regrets. Oh this dude right here piece of shit we got over here. WHO's this? Aw Brad Pitt Angelina isn't it is it. I don't keep their homes. Oh Brad Pittman F- in her her damage. Gee Fox was F- in her. Come on man get up on all my couldn't dachshund. Everybody and I have nothing to do into Brad where Angelina world we are. We're Jamie I have nothing to do with this. It's all canine w terrible on your checkout gossip all right. I'm done with this fact. I have to find something else to you. uh-huh Oh why don't we get into little more religious. Let's see how more demonic gets now understand. Kids understand one thing. I don't know what's true and what is not all right. This is just mass media in your face a lot to show you. This is fun stuck. It really is. I'm going to be president by the way I just. I want you right now. If you're eating anything a stop if you're not familiar with this practice well you should be inc to my screen and I will read this. Her Enhance Ultra Orthodox New York rabbis have now infected fourteen babies. ABC's with herpes. We have just learned that babies infected with herpes as part of mets mezza. Behead Batak Jewish thing it's a controversial circumcision rite performed by many ultra-orthodox. Rabbis has just reached used for teen during the circumcision right. The rabbi sucks. The blood from the pianist after the foreskin has been cut a right that is still exposing children to herpes. The strangest part of this story has been the lack of involvement from the Office of child protection. which has yet to confirm if the department is enforcing the parental consent? Form since we last spot you this story more babies. ABC's have been infected. According to Jewish daily forward Jewish. Rabbis have now infected fourteen babies with herpes. After after sucking their penises. There's the baby there's the rabbi and you you wonder are Y I lose my shit you can kick it back. They get at least get some rabbis without a CDs. He's okay I'm I'm not even reading check. I hope you're losing your shit right now and it don't don't don't think this is anything new. This is all this has been going on for centuries fluconazole may nothing wrong with that. What mother and I can't I can't now? This is just areas and again. I don't know if it's true or not. This is going to be a lot of kicking at kicking back. You know thirty seconds you get to me because this is pretty fucking funny. That's this guy's Florida. Woman named Crystal Meth been arrested for possession of crystal met uh-huh. I hope that's true because it's so funny I mean he can't make it back to me. Florida women's trying to take a run at Florida man's title. Is there in Florida and name. That's all you don't know about Florida man now. Florida man gets in all sorts of crazy shit. Are you making it up. No no four Florida. Man's literally a thing like there's a there's an internet gig where you you Google your birthday with Florida man to see what kind of goofy ask crime you have for your birthday. Oh it's like one of those apps no it's a it's a running joke because so many so much crazy shit happens in Florida. Ah The police reports always start with Florida. Man Does did it at a death and the joke is the man is the same guy doing all these things. I was going to try to light my cigarette with you. Listen to hardy frosty. Heidi and frank. Yeah Florida or anywhere else. Yeah Yeah thank you. Yeah well I get that Lori Man. I got that because every one of those is I watched a documentary guys. Did you document but the clown Florida. Aw that's not the same thing correct. I'm not sure I'm talking about the guy you call him. And he shows up poster. It's DOC now forget it. It's a documentary on Netflix. But this guy is a clown and he was never successful at us. We became this real creepy clown. People fucking call column and they pay him the scare their children. If they're bad they do all kinds. It's Kinda you gotta look it up. I'll find we've got a couple of chats here I've got to read for what's up baron. Von Sternberg with Super Chat. Make sure canine tastes all your food for the first hand to check for poison out after you If if anyone offers you underage girls to sleep with. Don't do it David. You're going to be on camera. BJ sparts says big UPS. Florida man rare. Ringo says Florida man as funny as Fuck Ice Griffin says Florida man. Our hero is the hero he deserved. I hello gotTa Look Up Florida man now because I system the new is says Florida Band is good. Shit I han hi. I'M GONNA prove Hugh I should be president of the United States so put put Florida man and your birthday. No no no no why 'cause we got. We got to see what kind of Florida happened happened under birthday so I put Florida man my birthday. Yeah Yeah that's the game the whole ten so flora man ten twenty three. We got it all right. I'd be frightened. Martha frighten me enough for today. Nineteenth birthday facts about you much. No is that now so it should be like a a a news article or something something. I'm not getting that I'm dead. I already died and nothing to say about me. I'll outdo for you and I'll read his you do to my screen. I want to show you guys. I something you kicked your screen. I did too soon. Aw there we go I WANNA comes up. Florida man faces ten years in prison for cruise assault. Aw Man has been sentenced to ten years in prison for sexually abusing and intellectually disabled woman on a cruise ship. got a good one. That's supposed we me. No it's not you it's just every everybody's birthday in Florida Matt comes up with a different crazy case. Your that occurred on your birthday birthday. I don't give a fuck man. Fuck fly to annoying kick into my screen for a second. I clicked this. What's your true calling and this is is what I got? This is basically another version of Florida. I just said I have to be worked on the black part. I'm gold all right enough back to me. Let's see oh the worst. I had any any of you. Cats play the horrible sweater game the worst sweater. What what's the thing you know? You gotta worry the stupidest fucking Christmas sweater. What's that called the ugly sweater parties? Anybody who wanted I got one for you. Kick it to me for saying this is pretty hilarious. It's a Sweater enhance Christmas lights. A Lot. Like epsteins David. You know your beard that you're trying to grow here. Mike come in just in time for the latest Christmas fad you can hang hang little ornaments and lights in your beard now and Christmas beard. Yeah I've seen those. Yeah I do that. That's something I would do. I want to prove move to all you cats that all you cats felines love state of mind love Mandar they love it all six point nine percent of them. Oh seven percent vol you gotta do this first of all. Don't six point nine percent. This is Oh south Banat Banana Yams go kick it got his Mandar t shirt right mandarins. Rise up removing sweatshirt there and this is his cat Chris Speak. I don't know if that's the cat's name. Got His copy a dare hunt. He got everything he got it all and that's crispy and again. I'm just making up the name. I don't know he didn't tell me what it's castings Susumi the Florida man. Dan Search kick it back to me. And here's the one that's assuming gone too soon as Susumi got four man accused of shooting at home after woman leaves Negative Restaurant Review. Baron von Sternberg Super Chat in Russia. We have a similar phenomenon called man because unscheduled the highest CRA duplin usage rates in the country. It's strange because he he's in Wisconsin. He thinks he's in Russia. I'm goofing honey brown unless you know where he is gone I lost yet. We're Chaco Guy Demon Ford Amanda. GP's laser blast best way. What's the last shot either moving again? So do but you rather bank Eva Elif Brittany white or Stella Ella Cox. I'm proud to say I don't know who won. One freaking one of them are all the better pick one now afraid based on names which name you like the best? It would have to be Eva Eva L. F. A.. Yeah it's leaf more shit going on page unresponsive. I gotTa do something with this man. Well it should be extreme chat page response. That one's has done that wants toast. You're on the left. I'm I'm out. I'm on the left lip. Let lep right. That sent me pictures. My sister's fiance sixty nine big boss. bigfoot exist do certainly certainly does these pictures gotTa beat Ringo's patient hot damn big trouble around exists here. He is gone co did it. And they can't stay. I know you can't somebody just wanted to see if you existed. No you can't stay here. But he exists Damn Emmett back to the sill. Squash GUANACO got Florida. Man Carries Elevator in the beer store I did. BJ sprints sparks. This I did get to. Maybe I'll even get that tonight. He just commentating where I talked about. Tectonic plates and. I think it's all bullshit. This Guy Harry fast. I know it's coming in very nice. It isn't it janitor. Fright pal you choose supremacy misused ripe supremacy. I'm with you homers for Twenty Odyssey. put down a bomb load to nine hundred. Oh yeah he did one. I did the Florida automatic. Thing man sticks peanuts pickle. Slice Fourteen sixteen is in a pickle. slicer classic is fired with pickers curse. gets fired with menu union with not comment on the top with. So there's a guy slice and pickle that's all bullshit I don't buy it. I got Florida drives Jetskis Down The murder of crows. Fordham maggots innocent straight. Shit all right. Let me see here. I'm going to do little transgender bullshit. We have two things to show you. I have to work. Very hard and getting flagged by the way now this is talking about guys. I'm telling you I wanNA say something else I I let me because this is just. I don't even know what this is. I just know the heading I put to it. Will you just kick ticket to my screen for him. Well please. You'd think that church was too small to hold. Both of those Egos Kanye. West calls himself off the greatest artists that God has ever created during appearance with Joel. INST- God Damn Fuck Him and guys can read it and this is just what I put for for this image right. There and people are shooting up schools because nights. I know it's horrific what I wrote but that's what I wrote. That's how I felt about it and you keep it here. Stop Transgender Drag Queen Story outfit. Three year olds and public libraries. burs totally unacceptable. A man dresses women read the Gender Bending Stories. We've been but these these are the ones this one here this these these adults these this guy all you all of you. God Damn Y'all you're GONNA die in such fuck insane subjecting these look at these children. I don't I tell you it's still I'm done and it's still. It's still very difficult for me to wrap my head around all all right and when you get the chance rate why what did you send me right and when you get the chance. Yeah you sent me something if I can get to it I will. We have to be at the after party. Hopefully it's not. I'M GONNA glitch out by the way I got Florida. Man Threatens Co workers with filet slider and passes out naked. There's a couple other have gone by that. Is You Erica. Yeah I can see that happening. The banning videos got four demands shoots a woman's boyfriend over a parking spot. GUANACO found one four demand charged with picking magic mushrooms. While carrying now and padres. Taking Padre speaks to have the best way. I got Florida man arrested for climbing the top of jungle gym and telling kids. Where baby sculpt from Padre though see it's accurate? I wasn't accurate. The Eric who is accurate padre was accurate. Some kind of astrology I read the whole pedophile. Priest thing correct. Yeah let's get into ghost towns. It's GonNa China's this is incredible shit now. I've done a little deep into it doc. I'm sure there's more because he's giggling. Unless Florida man charged after allegedly using feet to step tourists with scissors. How do you let that happen if you're the tourists but see this is why I don't buy into any of it? That's a Lotta Shit. This is the enquirer. You know to be fair. There's a segment of man story away. That's worse initial fucking. What did you do? Some dig crashed his car after high. Speed Chase. He wasn't wearing pants and his car was full. will of torn that makes sense. One great moment for a sacramental man. We'll never beat the infinite moments for Florida man. Somebody knock on the DOC hello might be. Oh you go get her. She's headed in this direction. I heard enough. WHO's that knocking at the Dow? WHO's Iran better for man? Who is there somebody there? Aw at the door. Not On that guy. In Florida man told authorities ran the car into a barrier at the White House on Monday to alert. Alerts Secret Service agents that people were chasing him according to court doc. Let's pick tacos up to my screen green for a second. It's looking at this rally. Nearly four hundred ses bullshit. Oh I don't know. Nearly four hundred children rescued and three hundred. Forty eight adults arrested mm-hmm Canadian child pornography bus. Get back. This is my goddamn problem problem with this. You know they know about this and possible you can get away with that what you can't get away with this the controllers. The elite aren't behind it. If it's true she'll put it this way that's one it. Let's say this is true this NBC's your mainstream giving you this information and you know how I feel about them all bullshit got Edina high enough. We're GONNA have fun. I'm sick of this shit. Got Some Fun stuff. All right fucking Al Mate. Blackpool myself did you hear about the kids. They found behind the false wall. Is He gonNA bring me further down pretty much and I don't. I would save it for tomorrow. Kinda sucks ass you suck ass limp. Rama Noodles candidate definitely sucks as you suck ass who canine. No suck advanced me for ten years and chasing the helicopter for doing wrong. I didn't do anything wrong. Somebody else reported my car stolen and they wanted money because I got a dui he had to keep it down DWI in. America and Canada wanted a piece of the action or I was going to be banished for ten years told give it to me. I ain't coming back good. That's what you get from messing with. Canada Calgary is cool while you were in Calgary. I've never gone that the well not that's going to Canada Northern California's much better than southern California Southern California people like you and it suck Florida man froze to death in Winnipeg Manitoba. Canada Candida found out later. He was driving the way he was supposed to be driving to Cuba. Study Trough North. I'm going to say that was probably made up you. Can you wait hold on. I'm not. I'm not a geographical guy but you drive in Canada Cuba now Ford mistakes water. There's ocean between or is it me again geographical scholar here. I think both are made this Florida. Man I don't buy that that's all made up then candidate legalized bestiality your padre. I need a fucking document on that I if that's the case against Canada and it should be wiped adopt mat. I actually know the origin story. Don't want any feline layers from Canada. By the way do you want to hear a candidate was formed. Sure why not so back. When there was the the thirteen colonies of American east coast? There were still you know disfiguration slow kids that were born and stuff like that instead of you know now keeping them around. They threw up in the woods up. North couple of them end up being survivors started meeting with each other. Next thing you know you've got Canada. No Royal Family. That means the world correct. You have to understand that your royals are all inbred. Do you know this. You should know this. I'M GONNA get get to it as a matter of fact I have. I have a little folder for this to tell you who. You're and you talk in Queens Shit here and you gotta wash the weddings headings all manual pitiful motherfuckers the Turkish Sucess Canada's number one kind of unconscionable on China Thailand Number Fol de coming to get me. Somebody's GONNA come. Get me eventually. Alabama Roy family family. Yeah just just as Im- Brad is a fucking royal family. If you guys don't know whether you have to understand this is this is why this is what you have to stand all you presidents united everywhere. All a bloodline okay to England. All of them all in breadth first cousin second cousin some sisters yeah. It's always been that's the same controllers always of today just so yen I guess he's cast and stuff man. Let me let me. We got some laughs man. I live in and and I want to leave so bad that I want to move to Austria my father's homeland. At least the people are not as Daft as they are here Canadian. I WANNA go. I would prefer Austria. I do. I'm not bashing any any place I haven't been put it that way. I like Canadians. I like Michael J. Fox very very much. That's right. Living live in ten feet away from him having on takeover your malls shaky pedophile. I have to get where I'm supposed to go. Baron Vaughn who can Sternberg Super Chat you you know about how Queen Elizabeth Cannibal of course news. Maybe news to some people not us. Oh Kelly Meshes me WHO's Kelly O.. Town is good to me. She said waitress to news coming up. No that's going to be nasty. I got something we're GonNa Laugh our asses off because I'm telling you right. Now gimme a second. You have a big fan of Silvester the cat I I love this cat man. He's kind of like me. You know you don't give a shit and and this is one of my favorite so Vesta the cat goddamn days in his life. That's this is this is. This is where it all started getting hooked on Goddamn Catinat like fucking cat crack man. It's pitiful it really is. I have and through everything they've while you were doing your time on twitter the other day did you see what was trending. I wasn't on twitter with us today. It was at furry and proud was trending the other day on twitter. The furs were having a coming out party. You know how it feels guys and kicking me. This is well worth worth it. I'm GonNa Laugh again this this this is hang out with Sylvester for a minute and it's kind of pitiful. What occurred here? But it's still his cabinet freaking everywhere. Were what happened. So that's you see this. Did you have anything to do with this. You tell me an entire bag of cabinet got ripped open but nothing to do with it. Getting doc only gonNA take forever clean up you saw good talk to one hundred percent posits fall. This is a problem because rankings at borderline allergic to it. I was just like a horrible reaction I mean how much did did you have been stabber duty arena. Keaton it's GONNA be okay. Call attack in the chair Gayborhood Hotline for the next available representative so we never supposed to introduce to granddaughter. Introduces students were grandma. Go on Gavin so high I have captain and figure all I think we decided to the Kitten gee-gee short for business. It's really cute. Also Pretty Hating Higher Adam Kinney owes really worried about you. Did you find all the catnap. Okay good are you ready to did you. Granddaughter Granddaughter Talks about this. I'm going to bring down. Are you ready and have Ki- I expected. You are excited. Are you ready to meet your granddaughter. Ah Cable will you sit up. We can talk with the just for the record. You are aware of what a granddaughter is right. She had this door family. So we stay right here okay. Good I'm GonNa go get her up your GD. Kiki Hey hey. Are you ready to meet the rest of the family I. I don't know what you said the necessary. You're going to meet your uncle. Your grandma and Celeste and the giant black lab shelby. It's okay cut. It'll be fine. Uh Your granddaughter. What was that? She came all the way from Chicago. And don't you pay what you do your granddaughter. That's much better. So so what do you think random. She would keep her. I think so the two also see I will. Well really afraid ran into. You wasn't going to Jaeger. But that was good imbalanced scenario. How do you to react immediately? I didn't expect that heights. Come on don't come on give you sense are worse G G. You're scaring crap in your uncle. Well you on your okay. Is this just one on marketing. You need okay. Just tell me that youth. Are you GONNA at least try to be nice to her. Why not get this with here comes just play? It'll be performing Ayso dirt her so this is who I was telling you about. Her name is telling her name is and she's the screening. You just cut it out. She's just kidding. There's no reason okay okay. So that's good job. You've done your job now. Goodbye C.. Can he does he. There's a whole thing it's going to do the initial process. It's Barco by all three. No scratch heater eight. It's GonNa Digest Fine. Thank God that our solar so this is always the super digital streaming. Dial Jillian all this nonsense rebound now. There's really nothing to worry about. So I'm glad you just move on a lot of progress in. Don't you think you can cut out the crappy black cat crap. Whatever you want just stab? She's not even scared of you beside. We're about to get weapons if you can stop screaming for like five minutes. who over the kitchen? Get an answer weapons but he what he say all right before we do this. There's a couple of roles. Did you. To Follow Aka Xena here and Egypt just ignore her. She's not coming in here the food she's not coming here to attack. She's going to do anything. So just leave Earl okay a synergy thing ascent. GD comes in Nope. What no never mind? What are you saying? You're not you don't say now. So that's your what are you saying. You want like a thank you note that the easy. Hey Hey come on weekly do it. So that's we talked about the special. We talked about. She ask you please. Jj Kenny G.. Hey Hey cheating again you are you come on. It's save I promise. Come on okay. Hey this doesn't with all kids like I said it's your show stop it. They always talk to them. Okay it's going to be already promising exceptions for one time. I gave the tire. Canned wet threw me back to Mitch. Kick it back to me kickback. Thank you guys. Don't like Sylvester. The cat bombing in the chat definitely long wasn't even if five minutes in I've said. WC WHO's complaining more in fairmount people can't say disagree with them. Dave Dave Seychelle. No Shit about cat holic. I get some cats also much as it is squeezing their tails and Shit Off Camera Jessica St. Yeah we'll do is piss. Jessica loves them. Cabbie is the best cat and unfortunately we're women's panties and Bras I am strengthen he's GonNa say came into the like maybe that's it. Maybe it's you sign up from you because I'm not getting it. I WANNA see because I'm never over. You know people who don't like cats cats just the cats without i. Just don't expect David Kaya stuff. What do you mean Jack? Just Jesus Christ Make It stop candy relax big boss relax. Ah Comfort Jim. Most of the time that pool US Shit for David Watson cute cavity AJ SPA. It's not cute Kit Silvester. Look I'm not you do enough. Hey David check my pick you repeat it one more time. I'm going to delete them all right. Boss Relax budgets the supervisor and you pump. Oh yes padre David have you seen the no cat weak- ah the no cat. The cat no should look at I will to know cat cat correct okay no kept Eh. Canine lice cats. Don't talk we all look at Feline in Crans is fucked up Debbie. Can you talk about how famous people have to wear dresses. Why how many times you WanNa talk talk about? It took a celebrity pick one. Let's see Robert Deniro and address plugging on Google Robert Deniro and address Calica Florida and game sure when Meow Darrien me our segment. Hey enough another neighbors enjoying silvester getting got funnier from there. In my opinion I love the cat. Clint Eastwood let's see if we can fly community vote. That's I'm done with it dude. One about him in the nose do taint eastwood and dress. Let's see if we can find one. I saw Some of them is some of them. Don't have to. They have to do other things though but you know he's thirty three percent time. Yeah I just eight to gun necklace fucking clint. It's I think it's photoshop. So get it off my screen. I don't need to dirty Harry coming. Did he die. Yes recently recently came from his funeral. Aw that's how they dressed confident. Fine want there's plenty of the Rock in concern. It's been around since he's Spaghetti Western. So who knows who knows all right. Hold on I lost everything here. I got to get rid of facebook too much going on the air. I had this ship from Kelley and I gotta look at somebody. Picks sent me a picture on my new blog freakshow. Oh magazine online. WHO's just from? I don't know see Kelly Randall. Kelly I hold on. Let me get back to you guys. Let me get to the email. I here's the picks. Which one would you bang? I is okay. I said even Alfie feet. Let's see evil. Hold on let me take. That's a dude you're an idiot. This is black chick. Nick I said Dude. These are dunes. They'll that's it dude. If these he can kick it to my screen if these dudes mail these dudes every day of the we I would not. Yeah Eh probably did definitely did Brow Ridge right there. He's goofing on me. My senior in your freakazoids sixty nine big boss Goddamn did not show mind. Try to me you try to make me look gay. I'm not I back to thank you very much. Be careful with facebook. Google docs so many people now. Ninety two usually let me see what this time. We're with you captain. Let's try to wake some people I'm with you to. Kelly probably be allies is I am. I don't know what to look at this stuff. Kelly before I dig into it if I had this shit too. All right. Thank you set the angle Dangle comment was that was that your game plan boss. Was that what your game plan was fool of me. Clint Eastwood Super Life. Life is he died recently right definitely. That's why I asked but I do have Mandela affected fucked up. You might know this better than anyone else. Pinky Tusk Darrow. From happy days ace finds his girlfriend. You know what I'm talking about. Yup died years ago. Correct many years ago from a drug overdose or something tragic Emma does. Does that ring a bell with you know all right before my time. Well I thought she did like tragic alcohol drugs dogs. She's still alive. So this is a personal Mandela facts. I damn well remember. Clint Eastwood Dying within the last couple of months. And we'll show do I mean the Internet. He's still alive. Well Look I was on board with it. I asked because I thought I saw something. I swore he'd I saw saw something that he passed away in the last few months. Camille how did you your I we have we have. What do you call paranormal experience here? Coming through electronic The electro magnetic field of the Computer Camille died by suicide. What the hell? Why did you do that Camille? Let the faulk man. Aw One door work here. One dumb wicked creep junior getting old is not a Mandel affect your fucking asshole not all year man. I tend not to Clinton indic- apparently not Eric Vodka nine. Maybe thought of our Li Army. No I asked it. I thought he recently died. No I did too because I thought this human ously facebook and shit. I thought I saw the whole thing. I remember in tumor on Wariness Gland Gland Hinal. I kept trying to annoy me. Don't I wish I could pay you to changed aims my name. I wish you could pay you to change the name to a Saas on Mooney soon. Sworn David died years ago. Now you guys are trying to Piss me up orange taste that that lad did know who you were years ago Aw We're dying. We were dining with the Hitler's now. I don't know you guys are losing me. Can't wait for the private party. Flunking out shut. You OUGHTA okay. Let me go back to my agenda here because there's so much to show you guys and I never. I'm having a show to do it just so you know. Oh wait a couple of things here. Emails hold on a second so this is what. BJ spines is he still hanging with us. Because I'm going to answer your one of your questions here yet. Sparks is. There's definitely here so this is the question he asked me David. How do you explain a fuss? For Salt Pendulum with Flat Earth. The pendulum is the pendulum being manipulated. I let me repeat that. Were clearly David. How do you explain faulk halt pendulum pendulum? I don't know if that's how you pronounce it with flat. Earth is dependent pendulum being manipulated. I still didn't get no tongue-twister tonight may explain something to your. BJ about `bout pendulum. Penn is based on physics. It's ball and socket k now the only problem you have your pendulums. They're all over the world there's is one of the United Nations the United Nations often. Because that's where my father worked. I sat in the presidency. You know when you see the big state of human a UN ALMANAC. Eh Sat in the presidency. I saw that pendulum often. This is the conundrum you have with the whole pendulum. Theory is the fact that some pendulums spin in the opposite direction. Some spin clockwise. Some spin counterclockwise. Some don't Spin Tall. It's fallen socket. Physics it's all it is like the pendulum in a grandfather clock. There's no mechanism ball and socket. You understand so let me explain something to you. Let me just give you fucking facts. was there lay down a ham and God Damn Jim in December hopefully at him and Jim the agency when they like debate me on flatter. Let me explain to you something. This these are facts. fuckers understand facts. There's certain things many things that won't work DOC on a spinning ball like the telescope. How do you focus in on a God damn star and sit there and watch and observe it if you spin it around a thousand miles per hour? Think about it. How do you do that? Aren't you spending in sync with at the stars. No I have shown you I have shown you this to the open open shutter images of distortion rotating around you correct. I've shown you these I have footage of it no less not only images but actually goddamn somebody video. Although of the same thing which I'm just saving to lay on you when you guys are sitting on your fence and I guide you down gently uh-huh I lost it. Hold on a second but yeah I mean you got again. It's you pinal glenn logical God damn thinking seriously guys. I don't give a damn riddles. I give you facts. Men I do I definitely do addendum super chat. Who Addendum Addenda? Come from that. The big white North Canada. Hey David I really liked camels. What's your favorite brand smokes? Also what's your opinion on alcohol. Well I just that question often I grow my own cigarettes all natural tobacco I buy the tobacco in a bag and the tubes I make them. So that's that's my favorite tobacco no chemicals and what was the other question feel about. Alcohol Jeers tasted regularly under finished my point though these are there certain compass does not work on a spinning ball. You stand gyroscope will not work on a ball. This is what I don't get. This is what really confuses me a little bit could based on the narrative. You're on a giant ball all spinning in a thought. I'm not going to all the statistics thousand miles per hour tilted. What does that mean? How's it tilted? It's a ball all but that's the narrative but the tilted the bottoms bomb tops. The top isn't it anyway. Fuck off astrolabe will not work. Sundial will not work none of these things as a fact fuckers. Where's Nassau? We're my NASA scholars. Come into the house coming into estate and giving me their facts. Those are facts. I lay on them. How are they going to answer? Why don't you give me the physics and the science behind? How got got them gyroscope works? How won't sextant won't work? None of it will work week. Tweet sexting won't work on around planet stint six. This say I'm out you know. What a sextant? Is Nautical thing. Kind of like a telescope lescoe but for the ocean guys like these are facts. This is what I would bring to the highest court and I would want to be answered by Your freaking geniuses geniuses more let me got lost I got lost and ship nomer ourselves Esta the cat thanks to him. You're done with that. Why did they lie about the earth being gold seekers? Because they want you to not recognize that that you're the center of the universe and you came from chaos to keep chaotic. They don't want you to know how powerful you are so we're going to do a whole thing on the God damn placebo effect where you can start fucking recognizing really how between your thumb in years. It's been just soaked with bullshit. Took your logical thinking away God damn it. Stars can't be found. Earth has to be round drops. Mike Oh boy you you convinced Saul Bravo. Wait a minute. Ars Be found as an ass. Fuck him as a little child. Who's just like spew and shit and I don't WanNa talk to you anymore? I don't like you understand. Never seen don't subscribe to Vr. Subscribe unsubscribe get the fuck out Bernstein and Berinstain us. I saw as some Saas Immune I I had no dog in that race. I never read a Bernstein Bernstein Book. I showed you the commercial. Oh I never got. I never got flagged for that by the way I show you the commercials for the Mandela movie. They're doing but they were just picking preview. They're showing like Barron stained bears stains. I don't know if you get out out. I mean Sundial won't work depending upon the season like they won't work in America in the winter and whatever I'm not I'm not even discussing with you if you're dumb enough to think these fucking things would work on a spinning ball of water. Then it's so be it even one percent indoctrinated I'm done sundowns don't don't work in Alaska and half the year either are stars visible to astronauts. Oh apparently not. We know that. Not saw hasn't made up their mind. Yeah well sometimes they'll tell you oh. Tomatoes Tomato pitches black you've ever seen. They don't get their scripts together. I had a car named Sassa did you. Is that where you. So you're not and you had a cat as well so you love that name hot so right David. You're starting to remind me of Nagin with the growing your beer. That's a compliment. Wiegand Louise Nagin. Do you know him or her from the walking dead now on the Earth Square you hold on. Somebody's telling me the career might be. I don't know I I just know it's not a ball you're at the square like my German Square head. I agree with that you blockhead and then take you way to the Nether. You're GonNa take me away to another Camille. I don't think so. I my my ringo. She's she's has that reserved for ready. The Earth question the answers I question everything test for yourself. Thank you yeah. I'm not done on approved wrong. Prove me wrong. Suckers don't forget the lines are open right. Yep We're out of time though I gotTa Ankle Song. Yeah we gotta we gotTa do the after our Party I still gotta do. VIP's appease email and everything sons bitch son W. H. I. Worried the flatter the flat the earth might be flat. But this Dick Eight call me. Did you comey addict honorable L.. One Earth might be flat but this Dick Dick and you got a hard on watching his showing Thakin dudes. I can't stand him buck and jerk off there on my show Goddamn disgusting creatures. David Time is acute this incontrovertible you gotta look into it. I don't believe in time man manmade just so you know numbers numbers put to your days. Keep You keep you program. Keep you in line. You'll burn the place down. I think felines and ask Tsk ignored again. Point made danker dumping annoying. I don't know what are you talking about. I know thank you very much and how you guys doing in top shape hold on I gotta get to some things I think. When do they do? You guys is the patron party. You got to wait because I gotta get through some of this. There's so much emails I wanted to get to to our friend Ian and Julia. Aw little worried about this email. Megan I don't know what you're up to their let me just see. I can find this because he messed himself. He goes in a car accident. That's why we haven't they haven't been around. He hasn't been Julia. They've been a little. We're asking about him. Remember hold on where to go in. Yeah too many emails guys. I clean all this up. Let's see you tell you what happened to so isn't is it a wreck okay. Self read it to you. This is what happened. We've been watching the past two weeks but IAN was in a car accident with his. I'm not going to give a expletive on his eight guys ankle. All right seventy four year old uncle was one I now see. That's confusing to me like you can't drive with one. I don't get a license do you. Yes I know. It sounds like a no brainer. All right all right so we need apply would to finish the floor in one apartment. Add back. His uncle swiped a car and then hit on the inside by an oncoming truck. Actually go to the hospital that night because I feel like shit who spent online a hospital Davidson see. You should've listened to Julia Man. That's what you're in the measure and then I hope I hope them. Laughter took the pain anyway. Unfortunately he claimed that his neck and shoulder hurt the next day. He couldn't move his right arm. It should have gone right away. Man We went to the hospital and they don't don't they didn't really act like there was a problem but it got worse. and His trapezoid is missing and trappers rights gone crocodile the back and where we went we went back and they kept him for three days. Because it's traffic is missing or won't flex correctly. Apparently there's a nerve that connects them inside your head your shoulder and it's been torn. They can't find a fam- on any possible he get ninety percent of the movement back. I don't know what to trap. The trap is Anyway Guy who's gone. It's gone fucking guy so everybody powerful energy. ESPN and Julia has to put up with his. You know he's a man he's hurt so aubrey me. Some soup please. All the Paki Positive Vibrations help you heal quick all right. So that's very and Julia Ben. He got a mess with his uncle. And Blind blind uncle we drive with the blind gaily format. I know he's your uncle but still tally seriously. Might I light. I'm going to do this for you. Cats 'cause we got. We got to prepare for party. That might be another night and two stunt. Can I do that privately on Youtube. I knew that right after hours after party for the patrons not understand what trask and I'm asking that it doesn't have to necessarily be Fri- state night after the show it can be like a Tuesday night. Pretty much made that up as as he went along. Anyway so you can change that however you want but I'm talking about when it's just me and the camera and not you to aggravate me. Well that's what the party is. Hold on I'm not looking at that Megan because it's going to disturb me before this show finance you guys. Let me do this for you all right. This is my age. I don't know if I'm going to do very well. I really don't but I'll do the best I can all right. Hey we say goodbye to everybody close out with this then Mandar is going to say good night all. Yeah why well. That's that's how mom and then you do all right. Hey buried acts played. I don't know what that Sim Elizabeth Thank you very much in my man. He was the only one with a truck house. You had to get that couch right hey. MSF of sixty nine big boss. Oh No there is this guy is merely how we pursue the shug jesting that using a Sundial is a good example of how the Earth at this point. I'm just telling you won't work on a flatter one work on a baller more either one. I don't care if you want my husband went straight into a median back on my side on Wednesday. We're both Fi. But since it was a false bead it could have been worse. We were lucky. Koshi the house going on. And would you guys driving. Love you to Eric Vulcan. We got we got a mystery. He's super chat. Hey We're if we just came in right the the more we get together together together. Hey man the name Amen Amen Sing it you to boil Danka. BJ My man. He gave me some cool shit for all this headache. Man Seriously damaged should've told me earlier. I don't have time to focus center and give you some of that. What is the in into front of the camera? Does David Paint No. It's called read from a mystery man who sent it to me gift from Mandarin Right. Hey Mr Jones House stylus stylus we'd been styled the whole show by Spook irs. May you had pleasant dreams of shippers and good luck and wholesomeness in your lives. DEUCE VOLTAGE DOT beat. Those Vault Gone Epa a coyote if the urges slat then why hasn't anyone been to the edge and you have been stupid. The Arctic Wall is the edge stupid. I'm not meaning to call you stupid. But they go when people ask me that I think is stupid. That's the etch the Antarctic Wall is the edge the Antarctic Treaty. You're not allowed to go there. Why because it's is the edge? Don't Shitty frigging Dr Nathan your little kid with the edges stupid. You're just brainwashed washed because the mortal plane loops it is possible to go to the edge and end up on the other side. Well not the other side over there and I get into my seat wack man sorry no worries. I forgot the name I gave you. What's name aid to give missing owning? SCHYSTER Sybil yes. Some where AM I. Women women here. I'm singing this until I know my women are in the house. Helen's here that's all matters as a hate. Volvo is because they were popular and I saw. How reliable they were you SPEC to Volvos? You got it all the Volvo. I'm into this song for you hiring. She's in house. Hold on a second. We'll get a little president a little you just so you know. But you've got to behave yourself. Oh Yeah just call me Sasa all right a sex thing going on on the name is rare radios you let me let you left the out Sasa Ripta liens. I know call you stupid. Is that saw. Something's in some other language. Let me handle this you guys man. This is Dave from women. Let's see what happens by. I might stop because if I don't catch the note I'm not doing it and you gotta be kind of mellow with it. It's not ready yet not unavailable. Watch this on Youtube Komo Bill. That'd be good night. Everybody see tomorrow. Uh we had a good time because y'all had a good time. Thank you thank everybody tomorrow Swedish. Thank y'All aw light it up. Light the house list are champion. Right Man I got shit talk you about. That's Turkish Zil night janitor later rampant and Miss Niro mccarthian house. Here we go come on Max Paul Ready. Hey Mama. Don't you treat me wrong coming up your money. It's wrong song. I want money though. No that's what I what I say what I say wrong. Sorry sorry you're fucking. I think that's what I say is what I say I want. Aw well go a long all the way over town. That's good to me hall. Yeah I got a good to me gamma monitoring yes. Jeez fringe me. I got the woman who ten. That's good to me now. She says other early in the morning. Just oh me. Yeah early in on Joe's Homey taught. Yeah she loves ghost town. Believe I got the town has to me all right now you you can't you got now you got it made. She's there to love me. Uh both not in day never comes a fusses chase me never run in the streets. Yeah leaving me alone. She knows a woman's place in the state where sheep alone got all. The town has good to me all the time they were not touch understands. I'm the love man all the town that's good to me. I don't know she's alright. She's it's alright yes she is all right yeah. She's Alright Joanne. Yeah man dies coming up rack the evil of your aplomb diseases. We have failed the only recipes. Still settling aw swear it will be done in uh-huh art Alone tomorrow to Gardez convinced we will be waiting for the final victory. We can rest talk. You'RE GONNA sleep mm-hmm MM-HMM In this is Elsa L. sayings ribcage encaged stink corn mushroom in the funnel. Family FELICI. I answer would like to show you something. She's a bit nervous. We're all friends here. Go ahead let's pause for a second if you've never seen a stink corn before here's poppy just to balance you out. Let me back up a bit mushrooms. The fruiting bodies Angus and we'll do what are you. Talking about when microphones muted. It doesn't pick up the video from here so he had it muted still in when he was trying to find. You don't dude. It's been keep stink. Corn clicking clicking over them a functional family FELICI I emphasize ribcage Stink Horn mushroom in the funnel family Felicia answer would like to show you something eh nervous. We're all friends here. Have some go here you go. Let's pause for a second if you've never seen a stink on the for here's a video of a kitten. Poppy just announce you out. Let me back up or did mushrooms voting buddies of fungus and their job is to disperse burst. Pours out into the world. Many mushrooms creates or on their outsides. Those spores and then launched into the air mechanisms that almost that tiny little title teacher canons that you might see a game of sport other mushrooms of Gastro Guide them. There's wars inside their bodies. These mushrooms have different strategies. Nice to get their spores out into the world. The puffball for example needs a little squeeze. oops the stink horn which is also a gas. Freud really went the extra mile when the sting corn fungus is different forms. What are called eggs? These eggs are apparently very undercut open because everyone does it as the matures a chores all parts of the mushroom reformed that they are packed together tightly like some insanely folded fleshy Origami. When the moment is right water is pumped into into the eggs through the body of the fungus and network of silk? Like Haifa Call Celia these connect to the eggs through thick records called Reizo morphs. The water pressure causes the cells and the eggs to rapidly expand at a rate of up to five millimeters permitted the sting corn girls using Haiku Gladys lack structures. I like the Hulo bones. They're strong and lightweight in some cases able to break through asphalt Jerry. These remind me of something I just Eh. Something typify tongue on the tip of your tongue to Jerry. Well I'm sure if it's on the tip of both of our tons it'll come to one of us if it comes to you I jerry just speed it up you. Can I think these rapid expansions the blowing up of a bouncy house with one exemption. You may have noticed that using slang. Yes there it is this slide is the. I'm sorry this line is the centerpiece of the sting. Corn Strategy. This gelatinous substances called GLEYBER. And you can see it here performing on the outside part of the egg the gleyber contains the spores of the stink on fungus and that is because like flowers stink horns enlist the help insects. These insects are metal. They don't want pastels incentive louder more like vomit in the smell of rotting flesh. And that's just what the smells black. It's kind of look at cave. Took a stab at inventing daisy or a person with a sinus infection put an entity in his nostrils either way it is a thing of beauty to the flies ice attracted by the scent they gather on the stink corn and feed on the gleyber in the process of gobbling. It all up their tiny little fly feta covered in the spores. They will carry the stink horns fours to new sources of food on the forest floor. It's all over rather quickly within forty eight hours. All little spiracy rushing. She's like this into the world and the stink corn. Mushrooms job is done Jerry. I still can't put a finger on it but that's how it always always goes. You can't put your finger on at all day and then you're in bed at night that just POPs up. I don't know where a pen is useful to have by her bedside. Aw so you can write it down and not forget Yeah uh-huh

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