11 Episode results for "Hickory Hill"

04 - DEMISSO HUMANIZADA - Chefe, o treinamento que no deram

Medei Bem

03:25 min | Last month

04 - DEMISSO HUMANIZADA - Chefe, o treinamento que no deram

"We'll see solving do. Maybe f- chef who three momentum on their running game is also does like whatever sponsorship unit buddhism sea-levels he was supporting Caddishness positive Mobs thing Tied as you did you went to them but i just don't see it. Avails invite hazardous as who said travel via Follow us to the specifics equality they may soon follow suit with a mantle. Cell is only the jimmy song. You warm wording. Is this your faulk meals less Missile on your show up his his comments evenings. Y'all want only you. Somebody use of social few. What working mookie. Once by scott chaminda opposite did as minor. Affirma- some practical. The judge look at them for their article. One of are the m went my possible. She thinks been looking trappers. Horses keep it restrict but you quad. You phoned. no so hot as you can. Only meeting razzle-dazzle lama hege perceptible this mutual regional jennifer sponsor for missiles in mostly has the need you slice and savannah three Twice as it does soldier. Slow once you've got to keep analyzing baynes does force was that feed eubanks is obviously is. We're fee somewhere. Communicated his solar be you whether has been causa. Ceo khobar coca. Soy is using yes or three in the myth kickable longer them. You can't gratis. He got assing or this sort of of your stories in from what you hick. Also they keeping you. Pray that you want a nicer is moscow's will this show others philip. Anemia is it. This product wayne is a age. You see how much so it wasn't slices you thought george saunders Right you Buddies go so please us from us. Legitimize hickory hill from us. Open fedral talk. It was gonna suspect Jim size him. Someone is no wrecks bloomberg com. You so i hope is that momentum. Thank you start out. Just we city on with us. Easy sites is stopped by minute. essay Me some competent necessity is you cannot just up. Sore equals accuser studied dentistry sharpest Angst fiance my article or just all cost Key yuck gee that seems like. I've been looking after the father live bochum chef Store yachties someone mccollum. He keeps you better vs model which is his. Let's assume midday.

scott chaminda lama hege mookie Ceo khobar coca baynes eubanks Jim size jennifer george saunders Anemia moscow philip wayne bloomberg us mccollum
NPR News: 02-10-2020 2PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 02-10-2020 2PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh for Senator Bernie Sanders. A virtual tie won't do. His presidential presidential campaign is now requesting partial re canvass of the Iowa caucus results after last. Monday's tech related to buckle this as sanders in and the other Democratic candidates attempt to shake off the uncertainties of the past week and deliver an undisputed outcome. Tomorrow in New Hampshire senator. Sanders says he's got the strongest grassroots campaign of any candidate to make that happen we have had thousands of people knocking on doors ores talking to the neighbors all over the state. I am told that on Saturday Saturday alone. Our volunteers knocked on twenty percent of the doors. In the state of new the Hampshire in one day. NPR's Mukalla reports. The candidates are on a final campaign sprint in the state ahead of the Democratic and Republican primaries the the momentum seems to be behind the top two finishers in the Iowa caucus that's Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and the former mayor of South Bend. Indiana p Buddha church on Sunday both campaigns touted record crowds still a large percentage of New Hampshire. Voters could change their mind. Elizabeth Warren has high expectations as a senator senator of a neighboring state and judge is facing pressure from other moderate candidates specifically Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and former vice president. Joe Biden Biden has been downplaying expectations in New Hampshire. But over the weekend he also escalated attacks on some of his rivals us MacAulay. NPR News Manchester Gesture New Hampshire. The Justice Department has announced charges against four members of the Chinese military for the two thousand seventeen. Hack of the Credit Bureau Equifax ax. NPR's Ryan Lucas reported. Defendants are accused of stealing personal information belonging to about one hundred forty five million Americans the nine count indictment includes charges of economic espionage and conspiracy to hack into Equifax as network prosecutors say the Chinese nationals illegally accessed the company's computer system via its it's online dispute portal. Once inside. They conducted a theft. That Attorney General William Bar said with staggering in scale the hackers obtained the names birthdates and social social security numbers of nearly a hundred and fifty million Americans and the driver's licenses of approximately ten of at least ten million Americans officials say there's no indication at this point that these stolen data has been used while the defendants are believed to be in China. US officials argue that bringing charges against them has a deterrent effect. Worked Ryan Lucas. NPR News Washington the WHO has an advanced team of medical experts on the ground in China to investigate the corona virus outbreak the head of the WHO WACO announce it after two weeks of Chinese government had agreed to allow the group of international experts. You're listening to NPR knees. There's been a shooting at a Walmart in eastern Arkansas local media. Reporting Three people were shot at the Bentonville store or the Bentonville store that is has no word yet. On the extent of their injuries walmart has been gradually expanding security and implementing stricter firearms measures at stores after shootings in recent months at Walmart in El Paso Texas and another in Hickory Hill Tennessee. The coastguards reportedly hauling nearly twenty thousand pounds odds of cocaine seized in several drug breasts in the eastern Pacific Ocean since November. The car goes estimated to be worth about three hundred thirty eight million dollars. Birds of prey may have landed at the top of the domestic box office chart but it was rough. NPR's Trina Williams reports the action adventure that you're earned just over thirty three million dollars over the weekend lower than projected for its opening. It was enough to finish first bud. Birds of prey failed to meet. Expectations dictation the joker and I broke fresh start. Turns out wasn't the only thing looking for a mental patient Birds Impreza. DC comics adaptation and spin off of suicide squad centered around the character Harley Quinn former champ. Bad Boys for life is knocked down onto runner-up status meanwhile Oscar contender nineteen seventeen. Held strong even as it fell to number three doolittle. Andrew Mandi the next level also so saw little movement finishing at number four and five treat Williams N._p._r.. News I'm Lakshmi Singh N._P._R.. News in Washington.

Senator Bernie Sanders New Hampshire NPR NPR senator Lakshmi Singh Joe Biden Biden Ryan Lucas Washington Senator Amy Klobuchar Iowa Walmart NPR Trina Williams Equifax China DC comics Harley Quinn Indiana p Buddha
From The Archives: A Conversation With Roger Mudd

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

42:42 min | 2 weeks ago

From The Archives: A Conversation With Roger Mudd

"Support for wmu comes from georgetown mcdonagh's executive mba ranked number one in dc and number five in the us by the financial times learn more at georgetown dot com slash e nba. I it's i had on my mind. Legendary journalist roger mudd. He spent nearly twenty years covering politics in marching jin for cbs news and later briefly took over as anchor at nbc. He made his mark with special reports on watergate several rights movement and vietnam with an interview with edward kennedy that dan's senators head for the white house. Roger mudd was my dear friend. He died earlier this month at eight ninety three hidden two thousand eight. He joined me on the diane rehm show to discuss his book. The place tippy washington. Cbs and the glory days television news. Happy to bring that conversation to you today. I hope you enjoy listening to this. As much as i did a good morning to you. Roger mudd welcome. Thank you diane. So glad to have sir. Roger talk about in general terms what it was that made. Cbs the place to be. It was a perfect storm of what came together a cadre of very talented well educated hard-working ethical men and women combined with a twenty year run of stories. Unlike any we'd ever had before beginning with the election of john kennedy and Through his assassination through the assassination of his brother through the assassination. Martin luther king through the violence and chaos of vietnam the chaos of the civil rights movement watergate the impeachment of richard nixon the resignation richard nixon the brief unhappy administration gerald ford and it all ended not with a whimper but it ended with a bang and there were some really wonderful names that were part Let cbs bureau people whose names we still know. Well i was hired by howard k smith and he was replaced by david schoenbrunn as bureau chief but in that bureau there was daniel shore. Dan rather george. Herman about pierpoint. Marvin cowb- bob schieffer barry. Serafin david shoemaker. Bruce morton and there was leslie stall connie chung and mariah mclaughlin and bernard shaw and how walker and the list goes on and on a boy. I'll bet the few women you mentioned had to work there berry hard to gain a foothold in that bureau considering the power the influence and the fact that you all were men it was not an easy road a not an easy row to hoe for and connie and mariah but they succeeded in a way that guaranteed that their careers would be a respected. Leslie of course began as What she called a handmaiden to daniel schorr during watergate and she was breaking stories herself but the arrangement was at anything she came up with would have to be handed to daniel schorr. That was the that small had imposed. Because leslie was just starting and finally. She had broken so many of the stories herself that she went in to mr smalls office and blew her stack and said i'm tired of having to hand off all the stuff to annual shore and small said. I was wait. I wondered how long it will take you to blow your stack from now on. You're on your own and you will be the watergate reporter for the morning news. And so she had her own place to be how intense was all the competition among not only the women and the man but the man themselves it was intense. It was always under control. But i mean well i mean. You didn't have face to face confrontations that the competition was such that you always admired someone who had done a good story. The competition came when one beat overlapped with another and so you had a little poaching going on from time to time. Well in the case of for instance. When dan schorr came his his assignment and he created himself and he was the only one in washington at the time covering the great society lyndon johnson but the great society a went into all sorts of fields and then rightly so felt he had a. He had poaching rights anytime. A great society story came up whether it was in agriculture department. The justice department and so those men and women who are on those beats exclusively did not like him poaching. So that was a case of Some some irritation from time to time. But you know without dan schorr bureau we would have been a lesser lesser bureau. Roger took you a long time to write this book. I know there were many of your friends. Colleagues myself included who urged you urge to urge due to write a book. Why has it taken you so long. Well i i don't think it's taken me so long. What took me so long. List was to get to the point that i wanted to write it. People had been urging me since i had retired in two four two right to right but the stars had to be aligned properly so i began to write but not with any narrative arc. A chapter here chapter here and i sent it off to Peter osnos the publisher of the public affairs. Press with the help of jim. Lehrer and mr said. I don't want to publish that it's The chapter on nbc. Which wasn't a happy experience. He said the bitterness still comes through so but the people know that stories that people know what happened to network news. Why don't you write about when being television. Newsman was an honorable profession right about that. Great bureau you. A part of and eureka. So the next morning i you know i had. I had the idea. And want and bought a little micro cassette and i began to track down all the men and women who had been in the bureau and they were delighted. Many people did utah. Fifty-five wow and every time i would call them and tell them what i was doing. They were so thrilled so happy because that experience for them was as important as it was for me. Except for ed bradley with whom you talked Shortly few months before he died is not a happy experience for him. No it was not. And he didn't make any secret of his unhappiness and bill. Galbraith copy editor. Who ran the desk. The assignment editors i mean not copy. The simon editor would send add up to the hill with sir vague instructions. About just see what's going on. Mud has to come in to do his evening. You go up and look around. And ed got that assignment so many times that he finally said bill you better get another dude says something. You didn't say to the assignment editor. Get another dude. But it was obvious. Did not like the routine of wandering around on the hill Mr small solve the problem assigned him to one of the political campaigns which you liked very much on the road on the air every night but then when he came in to work in the white house he was a desk man again and hated him so anyway the opportunity came to go to new york on sixty minutes and he took it and he became. You know a very very fine strong broadcast. He sure did and his death at such an early age. Was i think has shocked to all of us. Your relationship with dan rather early on was quite friendly and quite easy. It was it. We were both about the same age. Had young families both love the south and we We took skiing trips together and he had come to the bureau us. No maybe a year. After i'd been there so we were moving along. He came up to washington after the assassination of candidate he was texan. Who was going to cover the texan. And dan had fairly rough ear Breaking in president. Johnson and the texas people around him thought that they could Co opt him and he. He's not a co-op fellow. Dan is not so the first year was not a good year for him and he got a chance to go abroad and he went to london vietnam and when he came back he was found much different than i had remembered him two years before so we were on parallel tracks. We were rivals. And i thought the rivalry on my part and his part got a little too intense ride. Your mud really began his broadcasting career in radio and there was a rather famous flood. That occurred that you know. I've i just found so wonderfully refreshing as well as amusing. Tell us about it roger. That would have been in richmond. Virginia i was i had started as a newspaper man some replacement and i my my fingers too big to type so anyway i i. I was not kept at the newspaper. But they said Radio station across the street needs a news director so they hired me and without very much instruction putting on the air. I was doing the twelve o'clock noon broadcast and was doing pretty well until i hit this item from rome. The pope pius. The twelfth was seriously ill. And so i read the item and to my horror heard myself saying the condition of pipe. Poets has grown steadily worse and they have summoned to the pipes. The italian doctor and to swish specialists so on the on the desk is a what's known as a cough box to low switches on it and you hit one. If you want clear your throat. So i was new. I hit the wrong with the wrong button. And so the audience down in richmond for the next two or three minutes would hear burst of insane. Laughter punctuated by this dead silence. So that's that was my introduction to the the wacky world of radio did they keep you on roger. Well i guess. I if i if it had been in boston or providence rhode island with a catholic population i would but they didn't They they all sort of laughed about it and and let it go and then from richmond. Virginia radio you moved here to w. t. o. P. radio right. And how long were you before television. Stale i worked right across the street. Radio fortieth brandy one. I i mean. I can see the building co. your window I was there from fifty six to sixty one and at that time the. Cbs bureau the network news. Beer it was in that building so we were on the third floor and they were on the second and i would see these. These great icons from cbs. You know going home at night. Coming in there was steve cushing and there was bill chevelle and bill downs and nancy haunch nancy dickerson. And howard k smith and howard k smith used to watch me on the eleven o'clock local news and offered to hire me and so i went to work in nineteen sixty one at cbs for nineteen thousand dollars a year. Nine hundred thousand dollars a year when it came time for you to move to the network. So you became the substitute anchor for walter. Cronkite was in the seventies. That happened walter wanted. He wanted to carve out a nice vacation. So part of his negotiations with his agent and cbs allowed him to months off every summer. And so i was his regular substitute. So i would in effect move to new york and had a little pat up there in And on weekends. And i was doing the saturday news also so it became Sort of Part of The perceived wisdom that when water retired or as richard salon said if he ever gets hit by truck. Roger mudd will succeed him as anchor. But a lot of factors came into play. And so the time came to replace walter. They chose dan rather for a lot of reasons but the that period in which i was the summer anchor gave me a good taste. Afoot anchoring was like and it was exhilarating. And you got good table at every restaurant that you went to. But it also isn't like reporting at all because you're not reporting you're sort of saying stuff that others are giving you and you don't have total control of what said you have to rely on very good producers and reporters but because i as you know because i've told you before that The son of two perfectionists father and mother and i became a perfectionist. And i hated being wrong and as a consequence i was a little difficult to work with in that way because i was always asking questions and making sure that it was right and i guess i got to be a pain in the neck for some people the four we get to the day of that confrontation when you found out that you were not going to succeed walter cronkite. You made a very very important speech and one that the folks in new york took great umbrage at. Would you read that for sure. This was a speech at washington and lee university mile mater in lexington virginia One thousand nine hundred seventy december. It is now my belief that broadcasting in sound or vision will not prove to have contributed to the advancement of ideas or the education of man as much as the printed word the inherent limitations of our media make a powerful means of communication but also accrued one which tends to strike at the emotions rather than the intellect for television journalists. This means a dangerous and increasing concentration on action which is usually violent and bloody rather than on thought. The bright hopes that we all had for television forever elude us. The industry somehow still is unable or unwilling now to move beyond. Its preoccupation with razzle dazzle. Our broadcasts have not improved if anything. The quality has declined the to has become a trip. A national opiate a babysitter who charges nothing. Something to iron by to shave two or does over and in the news departments of the networks the first question producer asks a reporter is not what's in it. But how long is it. Then i go on to to right. The timing of those words could not have been worse vice president agnew's denunciation of the media will still ringing in the ears of cbs management. And to them. I had seemingly joined the enemy with my public denunciation of the profession that was paying me so handsomely i thought my criticism was within the bounds of fair comment and that. Cbs was a grown-up company and could handle it. How wrong how naive i was. What happened juror. After you gave that speech. I got a note from richard salon president of cbs news. Saying the next time. You're in new york. I would like to see you. I would like an explanation of why you persist in biting the hand that feeds you. So i wrote back to him and said next time in new york delighted and he said no no not the next time Come immediately so. I went up to new york and got kneecapped. What is that mean. But means that salon had assembled a group of producers reporters and so forth and i was escorted in to defend the speech in front of people. Fifteen or twenty. And i got. I got no support at all. Only paul greenberg. Who was my producer stood by me. And i was. It was supposed to be eating lunch but didn't have a bite to eat because it was not a happy experienced to be Slam dunk does it. Were pretty intense. yes and i thought that was it. No no mr silent wants to take you over to black rock being the corporate headquarters so insulin's limousine the two of us drove across town to blackrock. He never said a word in the car and the car and then i was taken up to the eighty ninth floor. Whichever floor it was and was Sat down and i was cross examined by richard jenks. Who was then. I think number three in the company and That was better than the part with my colleagues. Because i detected jenks agreed with me but he was afraid to say so under those circumstances he told me later he liked the speech so then i went back to washington tail between the legs and was taken out to lunch again by a bill. Small our bureau chief and told very quietly in a way that way that he always had He told me that. I would not any longer be substituting for a walter cronkite. That they wanted to ice me for a while. So i got iced for about a year and a half and then resumed the substitution role. You were continuing than to do your reporting here in washington covering the congress covering all the issues that you knew and could communicate so well but no setting for walter cronkite. Who filled in for you. John hart He's splendid broadcaster and He was to fill in. How did that whole experience affect your outlook on cbs. Well it It taught me. I think in bill leonard's of phrase it taught me to hate up It it was difficult. And i knew because of that. Experience that New york really was not a place. I wanted to go it was. There's so much. Internet seen warfare talk about Competition in washington the the rivalry and the throat. Cutting in new york is much more intense people rise and fall Quickly and just sort of vanished without any explanation. So i didn't want to live in that major so I think it permanently soured me on going to new york. Although i had many chances to go to new york and live. But i didn't want to do you. Still feel the same way about broadcast news as you did when you made at speech well It it's it's so different that i think the words of thirty five forty years ago probably not quite applicable anymore a because the the scene is so different from what it was a back then there were three networks just three evening news broadcast but then in the late seventies and eighties came deregulation cable instead of three channels. Now they're five hundred so The criticism i laid down then was i thought fit then. I'm not sure it fits now and then came that day when after you had resumed being the weekend anchor for walter cronkite and filling in for him. The time came when malta cronkite was eased out. He probably do you think he would have liked to continue. No question told me that The last time. I interviewed him which was four or five years ago amount because because He had he had indicated that he wanted to retire at sixty five but he But he told me he said. If i had known how good my health was going to be. I would not have asked for retirement anyway. It was pretty obvious that that Abc was trying to hire dan rather away from cbs. They didn't want to lose him. And i'm i don't blame him because he's such a fine reporter. Dan is but they knew of the only thing that would keep him would be At peace of the evening news so with the pressure on to keep dan. And i imagine a nudge or two from the front office. Walter agreed to to the to the retirement at age. Sixty five bill. Leonard who was then the president of cbs Thought he could kill two birds with one stone offered A co anchor ship. Dan in new york me in washington and i. I declined that. Because i didn't think it would be a good fit and i said no i i wouldn't want to do that and So at that point Leonard knew that that he would offer the whole show to rather and he did and Didn't know about it. Well i i Dan played a very tough game with a very tough agent. He had a very aggressive agent. But i told i had an agent back then and said i don't i don't do that They know what i can do. They know what my telephone number is and if they want me they'll call ha ha again being naive about how networks work so i didn't i didn't i didn't play the game and It became obvious that a big decision was in the offing and i was I was in washington and Got a call from new york. That mr leonard was coming down and and not to leave the bureau that he would come down. He wanted a meeting so at first. He's heady on to have lunch with you and secretary collins hit is running late. Just gonna drop well. What all all that was. The word had spread. But nobody had come to me and said Rathers got it. I i may. I may be naive. But i'm not stupid but But i knew something. I knew in my heart that do what was coming but just nobody had told me so. Leonard finally arrived and the secretary came and said mr leonard is here and he wants upfront and i had to walk across the news room floor and nobody said anything. Nobody looked at me. They all looked away when i walk by and went in. And he said we're going with rather and it was a very brief Meeting and it I left the bureau of soon after and didn't come back for twenty six years we. We'll be right that my name's nick cardigan. I listened to the diane ream show for many decades and now my son is listening with me to diane ream on my mind. Makes me think of when. I listened to the dining room show with my mom. It takes a lot of work to produce a podcast like on my mind. It gets made because of the members of wmu's so if you love it then you can support it. You can make sure keeps getting made and you keep hearing diane on the air make a donation at wmu dot org. Here's of my two thousand. Eight conversation with roger mudd all about his book the play. He's typically washington. Cps and the glory days Television news and here's knee mayo. Four roger mudd. He's the author of a brand new book. It's titled the place to be washington. Cbs and the glory days had television. News this is from robert. Who's his roger. A friend of mine always tells the story that use a does life. When robert kennedy was assassinated bill hill of abc news was also shot. He said no one was paying any attention to him. But you scooped him up and took him outside where you took him to the hospital and a cab. I have seen his huge scar. You are quite a man. Best voice ever on tv. Gosh either that's interesting email. I have no memory of that really like a memory of that night has basically been whited out for me really Jersey you were there in that hotel in that. Huge group of people surrounding robert kennedy. The ambassador hotel and Just suddenly you heard shots and just it was cysts. Maelstrom maelstrom and i remember. Seeing ethel kennedy. They're not quite knowing what to do. Their whole body was shaking. And i went up to her and put an arm around her just to steadier. She looked at me. And of course knew who. I was and Just behind a somebody. Saying something about senator kennedy and she turned and said. How dare you say my husband's name. And he looked up. And said ma'am. I've been shot two and sh. She suddenly realized what an awful moment was for both of them and she bent down and kissed him and then The crowd around the senator on the floor was so solid that i had depri- people open so she could get into the circle but then at that point everything moved out toward the ambulance And we have this Death watch over at the good samaritan hospital and then Cbs said you gotta come to new york doing an hour a special the next night and i got on the plane and i had virtually no memory of what had happened. member on the airplane Saying absolutely nothing to anybody not to the stewardess not to my seat mate not to the cabdriver landing going into manhattan and unable to figure out why everybody was just going through. A normal day didn't they. Didn't they know what. I knew but people were laughing and talking as they always did and it was It was a day that i remember in such a sort of detached disconnected way. Let's take a car in long island new york. Good morning douglas. You're on the air. Good morning diane Mr mind Even though you were asked if you still agreed with the gist of the speech that you made washington lee and didn't really give a yes or no answer i have to say That i disagree with you that Not necessarily television but radio. Journalism is very important to me. I listen to npr every day. A little bit of a news. Junkie including diane ream. And i get virtually all of my news from npr and the bbc world service and i consider it a crucial resource for open minded individuals even though in the ensuing years since you made that speech at washington and lee. Many many more resources are available. I still get virtually all of my news from the radio and one last comment is even though you were drummed out of. Cbs through what. It sounds like political circumstances. I feel that you went out in much better circumstances than mr rather went out. Thank you very much douglas. I wasn't I think whatever Caused my departure from. Cbs was not political I would take exception to that. But i do agree with your criticism about that part of my speech Not applying to radio. I wasn't talking about radio. Back then and i agree with you about radio. It is it is the last best hope. Pa say and of course you are a listener to public radio or are you not jerry mud. May i say that. This interview is is launching my book tour and no book Can be properly launched without being on national public radio with diane ryan. Thank you jerry. Here's an email from jerry. Who says i remember. Roger mudd receiving two delegates boats for vice president when he was covering a political convention. I'd like to hear him talk about covering political conventions in days when the nominees were not decided beforehand that was the seventy two convention and it was The george mcgovern convention and If you remember of mcgovern did finish speech until two o'clock in the morning the acceptance each but in the In the nominating procedure for vice president. Because these were the different kind of delegates in seventy two. They opened up the process. And you had a lot of young people and you had a lot of minorities and So they were having fun and Everybody was being nominated for vice president. Everybody and the uh oh wisconsin's Name was called on the role and the chairman stood up and announced that That fifteen votes for sargent shriver Eleven votes for tom. Eagleton and two votes. For raj to for roger mudd and I was off the floor of the time and cronkite had become out on the floor to do an interview. And i i played it straight and said that i would have no comment water until i met with my Foreign policy advisers and we devised our a plank and so forth. But it was. I found out that they were too young women from prairie du. Chein wisconsin who are great fans of the saturday news. Roger wasn't there little bit of a rift between you and cronkite on because of a convention incident well in in nineteen sixty four. The the republican convention was in san francisco and by his own admission. It was not one of waters best performances. He did a lot of more talking than he should have. I guess under those circumstances i think. He resented the presence of eric several right at the desk with him and so he tended to be a mike hog and we lost badly. to nbc. We'd we'd been losing badly through the late fifties and sixties. Bill paley. The owner of president. Cbs got tired of being beaten by what we call the national biscuit company and he an horst trunk and replaced him with robert trout. The radio man and me We did not do very well. Bob and i and i think cronkite Naturally would have regarded me as an upstart who You know occupied. His throne temporarily was never any direct Friction about it. But i think that that was one in a in a list of things that Served as irritants over the years you asked for and interview with walter cronkite. Had this. Bur no i did not. why what. This book is about the washington bureau. I didn't interview mike wallace. I didn't interview the staff in new york. A water was a major major presence because he was a heart news man and he regarded the washington bureau as a really first class operation and he wanted reporters to report. He didn't want a lot of features. He wanted crisp copy. And that's what we gave him But he was not part of the galaxy of men and women in the bureau roger. You won the peabody award for your nineteen seventy nine special. On ted kennedy. There was a very powerful and revealing moment in that interview which probably derailed ted kennedy's aspirations for the presidency. I'm not sure It was what derail the campaign The the it didn't help I think Subsequent events proved he probably had not prepared himself sufficiently for the for the campaign. the happen during that andrew. Mccabe well we two interviews one at his home in the cape and one in his office on the hill. And i was asking him to tell me the difference in His position on certain issues with president. Carter and i kept thinking to myself. Why would he want to an horse of a sitting democratic president from his own party. And i thought that differences would have to be Fairly sharp for him to embark on that campaign so he began to answer. And i never saw much a big difference between his position on inflation or energy and carter's so finally i said why do you want to be president and there was must have been. I've saw the film the other day and there must have been a good ten seconds before a word came out of his mouth and The answer ran. I think maybe four hundred words and we use most of them and it was Someone said it was incoherent. It wasn't incoherent but it didn't make a lot of sense and the answer demonstrated that in fact he had not really prepared himself for that question or prepared himself property for the campaign i think he felt given the history of his family. I think he felt that he Had ascended to the nomination without really having to work hard for it. And i think that that was shown in subsequent campaign events and of course prior to that interview. You and the family of Bobby kennedy had been quite close With many invitations to hickory hill the family home and the like and that came to a complete halt. I gather it did. Yes i i was persona non grata. After after that I say An aftermath of i found that That senator became a very good senator very hardworking strong on the issues and for a lot of americans who don't feel properly represented by their senator They identify with him as someone that That they find admirable and find a to west palm beach florida. Good morning tom. Thank you I wanna thank Eric reid on all the reporters. Cbs and your roger mudd especially the ones that reported from vietnam. Because they saved my life. I can tell you i was on the verge of signing up with marines and the late sixties. I came home. And i saw a village get napalm and at that point i knew this war would not change the hearts and minds of these people but their water buffaloes and their little villages and at that point i started reading about the war and i changed from hawk to a dove. And it's just a god damn shame that this country has not learned that lesson and we're doing the exact same thing in iraq. Well let's strong statement. I think i'll let it stand on. Its own tom. But thanks for the call. What do you think about the reporting Regarding iraq what's your view well Consumer and so. I'm not in the loop and it's just Watch at night. And i watch as best i can. I think it's As good as it can be under the circumstances. Circumstance being The difficulty of moving around the country the difficulty of of of of getting to the right people to talk to the right people and Having an having to go against the grain From the opinions and statements and pronouncements that are made by the administration about the success when on the ground it runs very counter to what the white house is saying and that makes that makes it very difficult for reporters to be to be put in the position of going against what the president of the united states says. And of course you. Roger mudd have threw out your career gone against the grain of superiors. I have to tell you. This is a wonderful book. And i do congratulate you. Roger you're a dear friend but also someone who's absolute honesty and integrity. I have always appreciated. Thank you so much being with you. Diana's been a a distinct pleasure as always was my two thousand eight view. It's my dear friend. Roger mutt longtime correspondent. Back up anchor for cbs news. He died earlier this month at age. Ninety three fine journalist. I miss him and that's all for today. Thanks to those of you. Who written hit snow. What's on your mind. You can try on facebook and twitter or sent us an email our podcast at w. amu. Our theme music is composed by jim. Brandenburg and ben lands furka. Wunderle show is produced by rebecca common. And alison brody. Thanks for listening all be well. Stay safe diane ray.

Roger mudd daniel shore howard k smith washington cbs Cbs new york dan schorr diane ream dan walter cronkite richard salon Dan vietnam richard nixon david schoenbrunn pierpoint Marvin cowb bob schieffer barry Serafin david shoemaker
JFK Jr. and Carolyn Bessette | For Better or Worse | 2

Even the Rich

50:06 min | 6 months ago

JFK Jr. and Carolyn Bessette | For Better or Worse | 2

"This episode contains I know I know you're gonNA swear I'm probably swear to let's get on with this story behold on. There's also a fight scene. There's also a fight scene. Okay. I'm going to go grab some popcorn. Okay. It's September first one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, a Friday morning, and JFK junior sitting at his desk trying to figure out how such a glorious summer could come to such a shitty and everything was going. So well, he got the money he needed to start George magazine and set up shop on the forty first floor of a Manhattan High. Rise you'd think with Kennedy running things the office would be glamorous, but they're not the carpet is covered in coffee stains and the walls are. Coded and GRIME, but John didn't care. He was too busy having a blast getting the first issue ready in a few days. He's going to reveal it to the world at a press conference even though he's still a novice editor in chief, he's come up with a pretty good governing ethos surround yourself with smart young ambitious people listen to all of their ideas and show them. You're not above pulling all nighters and disco napping and a cubicle. Okay. Companies really need to bring back. In cubicles agree. And it wasn't just work that had John Feeling. So great this Summer Caroline finally accepted his proposal and then they spend as much time as they could living in a bubble of private love they both the new ones they made their engagement public, the press would never leave them alone. So they decided to keep it under wraps only confiding in their closest friends. But then things took a turn one of their friends Blab and just like that John Perfect summer has turned into a perfect storm. Now, Michael? Berman's standing in the door of his office brandishing a copy of today's New York Post. Berman is co-founder he asked John Have, you seen it? John doesn't need to ask what he's talking about. Of course, he seen it. Thanks to the friend. The Post has a story on his engagement. The sneaky bastards even managed to get a close up picture of Caroline's diamond and Sapphire Engagement Ring Michael is not happy. This is GonNa take the thunder away from George he says in other words. No one's GonNa give a shit about the magazine because all anyone will care about John's love life. then. Michael starts playing the blame game. How did she let this get out? He asks wait he thinks it's Caroline's while it seems like it but the whole reason they didn't tell the press in the first place is that caroline was nervous about what the tabloids would do exactly and John knows us as Caroline's worst nightmare and he just wanted to go away. He says to Michael who cares I'm GonNa do what I've always done. Ignore it and move on but Michael won't let up. They've got an this rumor in the bud before it screws up the magazine launch they need to. Issue a statement it's the only way to squash the rumor because as far as anyone knows other than John and Caroline and a few other people, it is a rumor. He suggests John Deny he's engaged at all even though John's not happy about Michael suggestion he has to admit they've got a problem and there's a lot on the line. His backers are trusting him to make good on their twenty million dollar investment and he's got his staff to think about and then on a personal level if he can kick ass with magazine, maybe he can finally put a little distance between him. And the shadow of his dad and he knows Michael. Is Right as long as he's engagement stories are out there. No one's GonNa give two shits about a magazine launch. So John Tells Michael Fine they can issue a statement denying the engagement and it doesn't cross his mind McCarron might not be thrilled how this will look to the public. He'll just have to take his chances I guess so they draft a statement. Oh Shoot I. Think we're having some audio feedback issue. No, that's a fax machine firing up. It's nineteen ninety-five. Risha. That's how they got the word out back. Then once again, the statement reads John Kennedy seems to be bearing the brunt of a slow news day. The stories circulating regarding an engagement are untrue he is not engaged and then. They, fax it out to the world. Time is a non-renewable resource and lately audible has been helping me make the most of my time because I'm able to listen. Well, I'm commuting cooking exercising or just relaxing at home. audibles got bestsellers, celebrity memoirs. News business self-development whatever you WANNA listen to. They've got it right now. I'm really enjoying in my own words by the legend. Herself Ruth Bader Ginsburg obviously hers is an incredible story and it's narrated by Linda Lavin with some real audio of the notorious RPG thrown in here and there listening on audible has been a fantastic way to experience this title and I can't recommend it enough. You can listen to this or literally thousands of other titles on audible including Daily News digests in guided meditation programs. Try it out. I promise you. You'll find something you love. To start, your free thirty day trial visit audible dot com slash even the rich or text even the rich to five, hundred, five, hundred again that's audible. Dot Com slash even the rich or text even the rich to five, hundred, five, hundred. From wondering I'm Brooks Different and I'm Marisha Skimmer Williams, and this is even the rich in our last episode. John. Kennedy Jr. took the leap and propose to caroline beset and she eventually said, yes now America's most eligible bachelor is finally off the market and the press is ready to have a field day. This is episode two for better or worse. It's September seventh nineteen ninety-five one week after John told the world that he wasn't engaged. If he's lost any sleep over it, you wouldn't know it looking at him. Now he's standing at a podium with a twinkle in his eye and he's wearing the hell out of double-breasted blue suit. It's the launch of his magazine and the Nada Photographers and reporters are gathered at his feet. He warns them up with a joke. Seen as many of you in one place since they announced the results of my first bar. Exam. And then he addresses those pesky engagement rumors around caroline publicly for the first time. The answers to the most frequently asked personal questions are as follows. Yes. No, we're merely good friends none of your business. Honest. She's my cousin from Rhode Island. I've worn both maybe someday but not New Jersey. Wait wait. Really good friends I know he's trying to be charming and jokey but still. Yeah I can imagine it's gotta be painful for Caroline have the man she loves jokingly dismissed her as his cousin from Rhode Island then John Quickly pivots away from personal questions after all he's here to reveal the first issue of his magazine he turns and points to a giant poster behind him Djalma meet George. It's a blow up at the front cover showing Cindy Crawford Dresses George Washington. A very sexy George Washington she's wearing a powdered wig, a black and yellow frock coat and silk, Bra, and no-shirt. It was Carolyn's idea to put her on the cover. As John Gauges. The reaction from the press has anxiety start to fade away the reporters seem genuinely excited about his new venture although there are a few skeptics in the group one of them asks him if the magazines only getting the attention because John's behind it, here's what John says certainly, it helps and it draws attention to any new launch needs is that but ultimately, this magazine is going to stand or fall on whether or not it's a good magazine. Can I just say I, love his voice I know everyone seems enamored by John and advertisers by up one hundred, seventy, five pages in the first issue at that point, it's a record for a new publication. Meanwhile John's engagement is on a much bumpier track understandable after the friends comment. Yeah. The whole thing really mess with her confidence. But here's the thing about caroline she's used to being the most captivating person any room like you know those people who are so interesting they make you feel interesting that's caroline. She's beautiful and smart, and she has an amazing sense of humor Ralph Lauren was so taken by her when they met that he later told his team. Every time you design something think of Caroline. Beset. The point is people are usually infatuated with her but now that she's with John, caroline is finding out a hard truth. No one is more captivating than JFK Junior. When he walks into a room, he's all anyone seems to care about it's like even if you're a star, he's the moon. Okay. So who's The star in WHO's the Moon? In the ARISTA broke relationship I mean come on Arista or both Uranus? True. In addition to J of K. getting all the attention, there's the issue of his family. Caroline is still hurting from her awful visit to the Kennedy compound before she and John got engaged, they made her feel like an outsider. They mocked her outfit, put her on the spot and snickered at all of her Faux Pas since then she's sworn to spend as little time with the Kennedy's as possible. But John is having a hard time with Caroline's aversion to his family. He loves being with them in his daily. Life people never see him for him. They see JFK and Jackie, and everything that could have been when he's with his family he surrounded by people who all share the peculiar burden of being Kennedy's John Figures Caroline just needs time. So his family wasn't great to her on the first trip. He can admit that now but like it or not. If they're going to get married going to have to figure out how to be Kennedy because she's in this now for better or for worse but caroline isn't convinced yet. A few weeks after the launch of George in the fall, of nineteen, ninety-five John and Caroline or dinner with friends. When the conversation turns to a trip, John has planned to Cape Cod another weekend kick with the Kennedys. But Caroline quietly announces that she's going to stay behind and John Loses it according to the book the Kennedy Airs He says, find don't come with me hell of I care I'm sick of having the same fight caroline burst into tears but still John won't let up. You're crying because you don't want to have fun on the beach with my family. Okay. He's being a real dick. Yeah, and he doesn't let up finally caroline can't take it anymore. She gets up from the table and runs out of the restaurant. John Turns to his dinner companions should I go after her he asks. They, all look at him like what are you? Stupid? Yeah. I'm looking at him like that too right. So John tosses has napkin onto the table and runs through the streets of Manhattan trying to find his bride to be. A quarter of an hour. Later, he stomps back into the restaurant she's gone. He says took a cab back to the apartment I. Guess I'm so over her now what a big baby Sounds more like he's the baby is pretty much agrees his friend is like stop badgering her. So what if she doesn't want to go but John doesn't get it he argues back, she wants to marry me and this is my family. Why can't you just get over herself? Now John's buddy loses his cool. He's like, do you know hard? It is to blend in with the Kennedys, and now you're making her feel bad about it Christ John. It's like someone dumped a cold bucket of water on John's head and in an instant his mood shifts. He gets up from the table and says he's got to go home. To Apologize. Caroline forgives him but before long they're fighting again. And when you're the most photographed couple in New York, city or the country for that matter sooner or later you're bound to get caught in the act. It's March Third Nineteen, ninety-six John, and Caroline wake to find photos of themselves sprawled across the pages of the tabloids. Again, this time it's The New York Daily News with an eight photo spread of the not. So in lovebirds fights, camera action, the headline reads it's a series of photos of John and Caroline in Washington Square Park going at it. There's one of John, reaching out and grabbing her arm. There's another of caroline jumping on John's back. Then there's one of John Sitting on the curb with his head buried in his arms what the hell happened it started out as just a normal Sunday. Brunch at one of their favorite spots, and then the decided to take their dog for a walk. It was an unseasonably warm day John was in shorts. Caroline was wearing sweats and a windbreaker they looked relaxed at ease they were even holding hands. But when they entered the park something happened, Caroline stopped dead in her tracks and out of nowhere started yelling at John Turns out she was pissed about this wedding they had to go to a few weeks back. They barely even knew the couple but Jonah insisted it'd be rude to refuse their invite. At, the reception they'd found themselves seated next to the society page editor of the, New York Times and Caroline realized that it was the only reason they'd been invited at all the bride and groom new that with John In attendance their wedding was guaranteed to be covered by every newspaper in town. Caroline was still seething about it. How people use John in the park she tells him it's time to cut the Mister Nice Guy Act stop letting people walk all over him. She tells him he needs to start creating some boundaries. She's got a point but John doesn't take it well, and they're lovers spat turns into a shoving match, which is bad enough if you're a regular couple, but it's really bad if you're a Kennedy and the Paparazzi follow your every move which they were hence the photos eight of them, and of course, the public eats it up. When John and Caroline see the paper there's super embarrassed by it. All they WANNA forget it have it all go away but then the CO founder of John's magazine Michael Berman calls and he's super pissed he tells John once again, his personal life is threatening to derail the magazine they worked hard to build. He's worried this is game over for George John's response to Berman a simple get the hell out of my personal life but Berman won't listen. This is not just personal. He says. This is the point where your personal life and your professional life Mesh ways they don't for other people. Then Michael drops a bombshell he says and John There's a video. ooh That's bad John thanks for a minute and then he says so what it'll show that she was the aggressor not me. Hold on he's gone from get out of my business to my. Is the aggressor es seriously I. guess he wants to be vindicated or to have the magazine survived the storm even if it means caroline has to pay the price. And then the video comes out. One nightly news show runs it as of a segment called blow by blow. They literally narrate the whole fight. It's a WW E match. The disagreement turns physical as John Appears to rip a ring off her hand here. Supposedly, it was their engagement ring. Wait on he took back the engagement ring. Apparently, it's hard to tell the videos pretty Jerky, but he's definitely grabbing it something the newscasters like John. Walks off leaving a shocked caroline behind she runs up behind him and tackles him. She grabs his neck as he fends off blows and the crowd goes why How will it end? It's messed up with the Paparazzi and their ilk take such twisted pleasure out of what sounds straight up violent. Yeah. It's totally upsetting to watch what's happening between John and Caroline is not cool. But the newscaster acts like it's just great entertainment she finishes it off saying caroline doesn't hesitate to shove and push him as he tries to walk away and they're still more after John Tries to walk away the video. Shows the two of them sitting down on a bench they don't say anything or even look at each other then they get up presumably heading home, but they only make it a few blocks before they're fighting again, and then John sits down on the curb and starts crying meanwhile caroline is pacing around finally she offers her hand and he put something in it the ring. Yes. But things still aren't settled between them. Caroline tries to take the dog's leash from John's hands, and apparently he yells out, you've got my ring you're not getting my dog to that poor dog that poor couple they've worked hard to avoid the Paparazzi and some normalcy. But now the whole world knows that things aren't well between the hunk and his honey. That's what the tabloids call them honk and his honey. And by the whole world that means the Kennedy clan to and John's family is not pleased in there is Kennedy simply don't behave that way and if they do well, there are going to be consequences. It's finally fall and I don't know about you but I'm ready for sweater weather. Yeah. If it ever cools down here in L. A. and Listen Up Ritchie's Brooklyn, I can tell you that if you're looking to overhaul your closet with some fun fall pieces, there's really only one place to go threat up. That's right. Threat is the world's largest online thrift store with up to ninety percent off as retail. That means you can get the incredible deals of thrifty with convenience of online shopping from all of your favorite brands you guys can scores Zara from six dollars made well J. crew from nine dollars even Nike from six dollars. Okay. So I've been perusing. And I'm holding out hope for the holidays. And I saw this Velvet New York and company dress that I have got to have whenever the world starts back up. I recently came across a really cool Columbia jacket and I know La is very warm. But I'M GONNA live out my winter dreams and I don't care what anyone has to say about it. So you guys can also get the styles you love at a fraction of the price you'll look and feel good with threat up and for listeners of our show. Here's an exclusive offer just for you get an extra thirty percent off your first order at threat up dot com slash rich. That's T. H. R. E. D. UP DOT COM slash rich for thirty percent off your first order. It's early March nineteen ninety-six and Caroline is stepping off a private plane in Washington DC, absolutely dreading what she has to do next. It's been two weeks since she and John had that public kerfuffle at Washington Square. Park. All their dirty laundry was hung out to dry on national TV. It shocked a lot of people but no one more than John's family. They were straight up horrified to them. This kind of thing doesn't just reflect poorly on him reflects poorly on the entire Kennedy Dynasty, there's supposed to be model citizens not temper tantrum throwers. Something has to be done. So Caroline has been summoned to DC. Ethel. Kennedy. The take-no-prisoners head of the Kennedy family wants to have a little chat and we all know how well caroline got along with our the first time. Yeah Ethel Made Caroline, look stupid at dinner and then she was like ps hatred scarf. Well. Caroline was probably hoping never to have to spend time with her again, but she doesn't have much choice. Ethel is not the kind of person you say no to, and if you do shall hound you until you give. Even, John is a little afraid of his aunt when Caroline asked him to come with her he was like Oh sorry I have George business to handle. The caroline scared to go alone. So she drags along a close girlfriend for support sort of her wing woman. Yeah. We have a great account of all the details of Caroline's visit from the book, the Kennedy Airs So Caroline and her wing woman go straight from the airport to Hickory Hill. That's Bobby Ethel's state and Virginia. When they arrive at the thirteen bedroom brick mansion a woman in a business suit ushers them inside presumably Ethel's assistant. Caroline's never seen anything like this mansion before it's like some kind of Kennedy Family Shrine. Everywhere. She looks there are photos of the Kennedy Boys JFK. Ted, along with other priceless heirlooms like framed letters from George Washington and a copy of the emancipation proclamation. If Caroline wasn't already nervous she is now the house is like this reminder that John's not just some hot guy she's engaged to. He's part of American history The assistant leads caroline her friend to the drawing room where six maids are busily cleaning. Okay. I'm trying to picture what sorts of things six maids might do. Well, let me tell you when I used to clean rich people's houses I would have killed for six helpers even the rich are slobs. Okay so the maids are cleaning and then. The woman in the business suit claps her hands. and the maids scatter and disappear caroline and her friend take a seat on a yellow couch. Then one of the maids reappears carrying a tray of tea and butter cookies. About a half an hour goes by in total silence while except for the crunching of butter cookies. Finally Ethel walks in wearing pink linen and Pearls Caroline jumps to her feet. Ethel apologizes for the weight and then she gives Caroline's women confused look like who are you and what are you doing here? Then, she sits down and stares at Caroline. You were afraid to meet me alone. Dear. Caroline's perfect. Alabaster skin turns flaming red. Apple says. People think I'm scary. Then she leans in close to caroline they think it because it's true. Okay. She does sound skill. Yeah. That's an actual quote but then Ethel softens up a bit. She starts talking about how hard it is to be with Kennedy. Man After all she was married to bobby and that opens caroline up she confesses to ethel that she feels insecure about being with John. She's never felt that way with anyone else athlons stunned she says, but you're so beautiful and smart. Why would you feel insecure? Carolyn tells her that John is such a force. He's like a giant magnet wash. He draws everyone in. EVOLA sympathetic she says. I went through that with Bobby at first I realized the only way to survive in this family is to look in the mirror in the morning every single day and say. Know. What I am enough plain simple. That's it. I am enough eventually it sinks in that. Yes. You are enough and that no one can ever take that away from you. Not even the Kennedys. Okay. Bad. Like Oprah level advice. She's not done. Ethel finishes by saying you have heart. So don't let John or reporters or anyone change who you are in here. and. She touches caroline's chest. Okay IHEART FO- Kennedy. Who would have thought the lady who gave her the humiliating pop quiz the year before would give her such an uplifting speech. Now, it's a game changing moment for caroline. She leaves with a totally new attitude she tells her friend. I am enough. We'll caroline is getting an oprah style lesson from ethyl JFK junior is busy with the magazine and things are not going so well. The third issue just hit newsstands basketball great. Charles Barkley is on the cover dressed in a powdered wig and Phoenix suns shorts. It's edgy, but apparently, the public isn't ready for Edgy. Sales go dowd it's not freefall bad but it's bad enough because here's the thing with the third issue of new magazine. It's where advertisers get to take the temperature and find out if all the HOOPLA around the first two issues as a fluke or if this thing has legs and because expectations for George were. So Sky High Given John's involvement there's nowhere to go but down. And rival publications are positively gleeful about it. One critic wrote the magic seems to be wearing off for John F. Kennedy Juniors. Magazine venture what a sarcoidosis right but John isn't daunted by the press, he still committed to making George succeed. He's a risk taker and he decides to double down he cans. The first editor he hired decides to take an even bigger role in overseeing the magazine, and then he turns to Caroline for help Caroline spent years working at Calvin Klein and helping make the brand success she understands how to market. She knows what advertisers want. For the next few months, she and John Routinely in his office until two in the morning tossing around ideas and pouring overspreads, it's a new blossoming for them. They light a fire in each other like the old days. It's like when they're left alone away from the pressures of being a Kennedy and all the press they shine together. Oh I mean don't get me wrong. They still fight sometimes whatever it is that pulled them together and brings out the best in the other can also bring out the worst. It can be so fun until it's not okay fine. I can take a hint I'll leave you alone. No, we're having too much fun. Well, sewer John, and Caroline because right now they're over the Moon in love which means. We wait not yet. Caroline and John are loving their lives away from the press. So they decide to get married in utmost secrecy. It's GonNa be need to know only okay but I need to know okay well, I don't know a whole lot that's how secretive but let's imagine. Pillow it September nineteen, ninety six and you get a call from your pal JFK Junior. Hey, junior okay. No one calls that. Okay. Hi, buddy boy hey, bro chip up listen I need you to come to Cumberland Island next weekend where's that wild piece of land off the coast of Georgia population thirty five and a bunch of feral horses. There's also a tiny little in and a teeny tiny church dude I. Think I'll pass. It sounds humid as faulk which messes with my hair. There's no way you're saying no to invite from John F Kennedy Jr.. All right. True. But I was playing hard to get. Well, I'm pretty sure whoever got the call said Cumberland Island I'd love to. What we do know is that all they were told is buy a plane ticket and don't tell anyone where you're going. This is very mysterious I know God I love rich people, weddings I actually searched everywhere for details, but they're seriously only like two books that even mention it but here's what I do know. When guests step off a ferryboat, they're taken to a tiny little in. There aren't many gusts. The in is so tiny, it can't fit all of them. So the overflow is sent to a converted chicken coop, which just a tiny bed and teeny tiny chair I'm trying to imagine how that would go down with. Kennedy. Well, one of the guests is rumored to have said, are you kidding me? But they're stuck now and they still have no idea why they're here next they're instructed to head to the tiny porch. That's when John and Caroline come out looking. All radiant caroline says something like this isn't just a party and then John Chimes in and says, this my friends is a wedding our wedding. Okay Romantic. Definitely. Talk about romantic. I found a clip of something. John said at the rehearsal dinner that night. while. Okay, all I. was. Life possible and marbles. He said Carolyn has changed my life in a way. I never thought was possible and made me the happiest man alive not, marbles. The next afternoon guest take jeeps over to the church on the far end of the island. The seating is open pews super informal like no electricity or anything everything's lit by candles. One cool tip. But I read was that before the ceremony John surprised a made teeny tiny in she was so shocked to see the JFK junior here on this middle of nowhere island that she almost fainted and John was so tickled by that he invited her to the wedding Oh, my God stop. So anyway, everyone sits down and waits for the ceremony to begin. And waits and waits while they fend off mosquitoes and fan themselves with their provides and then the sun is going down. Okay. So where are the bride and groom? No one knows finally a jeep rolls up outside John Walks through the open doors of the church. He turns to one of the groomsmen waiting by the entry and says, sorry I couldn't find my shirt but still no, one's seen the bride. She finally shows up two hours late but no one minds because she's the bride plus she looks absolutely stunning. She's wearing a forty thousand dollar silk gown which she spent the last two hours trying to get into apparently one of her friends had to take her into the bathroom, tie a scarf around her eyes and Yank the dress down overhead. At. The Altar John Takes Caroline's hand and the priest begins to talk about why the couple wanted such an intimate ceremony. He tells guests. This is a reflection of the quiet life that John and Caroline hoped to lead who boy good luck with that. When it's over everyone files out of the church, climbs into convertible jeeps and drives through pouring rain back to the end for the reception. Under, the cover of a small tent John's best man gets up to give a toast. He says, it might sound Corny but it is true love and it is brought all of us who love John a great deal of happiness knowing that he will have someone a specialist caroline aside for the rest of his life. No I could have done better. Risha lead to ruin the moment. JFK Junior and Caroline got the wedding. They wanted just the people they loved watching them say their vows and pledging eternal love on a teeny tiny island in a teeny tiny church and no press. How long does that last two weeks when they get back to New York from their honeymoon practically every photographer in the tri-state area is camped out in front of their apartment in much to caroline's horror they're not gonNA. Let the couple out of their sight ever again. With support from indeed indeed knows that it's a tough time right now for businesses across America, and now you're next important higher is more crucial than ever but there's great news on that front because indeed is here to help indeed, Dot com is the number one job site in the world because indeed gets you the best people fast unlike other sites indeed gives you full control and payment flexibility over your hiring, and that means you only pay for what you need, plus you can pause your account at any time and there are no long term contracts indeed also provides powerful tools to make your search that much. Easier like sponsor jobs which are shown to be three and a half times more likely to result in the higher right now indeed is offering our listeners a free seventy, five dollars credit to boost your job post, which means more quality candidates will see it fast try indeed out with that free seventy, five dollars credit at indeed dot com slash rich guys. This is seriously their best offer available anywhere. So head over to indeed dot com slash rich right now terms and conditions apply offer valid through December thirty. First Brooke we have got to talk for a minute about today's sponsor butcher box I thought you'd never ask. But you're box believes everyone deserves high quality humanely sourced meat for sure I mean I think we can all agree that when it comes to meet quality matters, but there's more to it than texture and taste. I. Love Your box has health and environmentally minded options like one hundred percent grass fed and finished beef free range organic chicken heritage pork wild caught Alaskan salmon and sugar, and Nitrate Free Bacon I mean it's the way meet should be. Plus. It's packed fresh and shipped frozen vacuum sealed. So it stays that way all the way to your front door. Yes. Now, as you know I don't eat beef, but my husband does and he has this grill top for our stove and so he did one of the fillets, the other night and he said it's literally one of the best of me he's ever had and that is a huge compliment coming from it I I remember his. His preferences for how good Meat Acetates, and as you know I exclusively eat meat. So I have been in heaven with my butcher box the Strip steak, which is one of my favorite cuts, and truly it's just a completely different level than what you can get in the grocery store. FAVOURITE SAKE I've ever had every month, but your box will ship a curated. Selection of high quality meat right to your home for around six dollars a meal and right now but you're boxes offering new members to lobster tails and to filet mignons for free in their first box WHOA. WHOA. That's two lobster tails into filet mignons for free in your first box. Just go to butcher box, dot com slash rich. That's butcher box dot com slash rich. It's October nineteen ninety-six two weeks since John and Caroline. Said I do now they're back in New York and every time John Steps through the metal doors of his apartment building. Bam. The PAPARAZZI are out in full force. They've always been obsessed with John and Caroline but now they've taken things up a notch. People have been trying to take John's picture for as long as he can remember but he's worried about caroline since the very beginning this was her fear. So he tries to nip it in the bud by making an announcement to the mob outside their apartment building. IS A. Big. Adjustment. For her. Privacy this. Is. Even more. So today John Wants to make a deal caroline will come outside answer a few questions and posed for some photos and then the pats leave them alone the passer like sure man no problem. But as soon as caroline comes out, they get in her face yelling and snapping pictures, Carolyn grabs. John's hand looks up at him and is like, what do I do? They make their way to John's car but when they get in the photographers around the hood, so they can't leave there yelling any little John's on the way, Jesus two weeks after the honeymoon there already wanting Kennedy Air Yeah. They're probably imagining the money they can get for those pictures. In the clip it looks like John is going to plow them down if he wants to get away. Finally there's an opening and he hits the gas. And they're safe. For now John figures the press will get bored, but he's wrong. They follow Caroline everywhere for months they get in her face and cholera horror and a bitch just to see if they can provoke her God fuck the Bob Razzi seriously by the time their marriage is one year old Carolyn barely ever leaves their apartment. As. Time goes by John is less sympathetic. He misses the old Carolyn she used to be the life of the party. Now all she does is sit inside all day playing with their pets. After another evening of not much to say he tells her. I just can't come home and talk about the cat and the dog all evening. But Caroline can't seem to pull out of it I mean of course she can't press won't let her move yeah. John. Tries to cheer up and suggest other activities. Maybe she come back to the magazine and help out again that was fun right? But things that George have changed to before they got married. If felt like they shared a passionate hobby these days, it doesn't seem like a hobby for John. It's all consuming sales are in free fall and advertisers are running away. He's desperately trying to come up with a plan to turn things around, and now caroline is one growing resentful. Both of them are under extreme stress and rather than leaning on each other to pull through the hard times. It's like the bad times are pushing them further apart. In the spring of Nineteen. Ninety, eight John Finally Lures Caroline out of the House for a benefit dinner where she bumps into an old friend. Actually an old flame. His name is Michael Bergen. He's a former male model who caroline met during her days at Calvin Klein. He has thick dark hair even thicker eyebrows and a perfectly chiseled jaw line on his dimpled face talking to Michael Makes Caroline. Suddenly feel like hurled self. He knew her before she became a Kennedy and reminds her of who she used to be before the press decided she was a total bitch. Michael likes being around her to and at the end of the night they agree to meet again soon for coffee. That coffee date leads to another and then another and another. Wait. Don't the paps get suspicious I mean I'm picturing them wearing wigs and ducking into alleyways and changing cab. Be Cool if she dressed up like a garbage man in hitch rides garbage trucks. Yeah. But who wants to have an emotional fair with someone who smells like garbage true although maybe she smelled like rich people garbage Yeah. Like empty bottles of Chanel number five and old caviar I might date that honestly maybe I would do. However it went down for the first time in a while caroline is starting to feel like she has someone she can confide in about the pressures of being a Kennedy probably doesn't hurt that he's hot. Yeah. Fun fact he was the face actually he was the Crotch of Kelvin's tighty whiteys after Mark Wahlberg. Anyway that Spring John Takes a trip out of town and Caroline and Michael decided to turn their coffee date into dinner. Afterward. They go back to Michael's apartment caroline opens up. She tells my goal that either working on the magazine or learning to fly his new plane. She's lucky if she even sees him these days, she starts crying and Michael starts comforting her and before she knows what's happening there kissing. Caroline jumps up and says no God what am I doing? And she runs out. She calls Michael The next day and tells them. It can never happen again and then she's like I think you should know I told John about it. Is this the right time for a Don Don Don I learned the hard way. There's never a right time for that. Okay well I tried. Two days later, Michael is woken from a deep sleep. He stumbles out of bed and goes to the inner calm. WHO's there he says. The person on the other end says he's a cop. So Michael Buzzes up. He opens his door and it's John before he can do anything John Dixon. How right in the Kisser? Michael goes down hard and then John says stay away from my damn wife while. But some Michael dozen stay away. A few weeks later, he gets a call from caroline and before long he's right back where he was meeting up with her listening to our secrets and happily giving her a little normalcy in her not. So Normal Life Aman one thing leads to another as they say and pretty soon, they're buttering each other's biscuits. Actually no one really knows about the biscuits and butter some books say they were getting it on other say it was just an emotional affair whatever's happening it goes on for nearly a year and John has no idea probably because he's not around while apparently, he's not totally clueless because one night in March nineteen, ninety, nine caroline says she's got to take care of something and John Follows. Her. Turns out she's not running an errand she's going to see Michael. John sits down on the curb outside Michael's apartment and waits for two hours while when caroline finally comes out, he grabs her by the arm and practically throws her into a cab. According to the book the Kennedy ears when the to get home caroline swears to John. She's not sleeping with Michael. She says, he's just a friend someone. She can be honest with away that she can't with John Because. He's always so preoccupied you think John would be relieved knowing that Caroline's not sleeping with someone else but actually it's the opposite. He feels like he could get over it if it was just sex but this is worse she turned to someone else for emotional support when she should be turning to him. John feels like it's a violation of the trust of their marriage is supposed to be built on. But the more he thinks about it the more he realizes why she felt the need to turn to someone else between his obsession with working desire to succeed and trips to see his family and his plane. He hasn't exactly been available if he had been there maybe so would carol it. Now, with John Tells Caroline ready to make a change, he wants to give their marriage a second shot. Is She willing? And she is if they go to couples counseling. And he agrees. For a few months, they give counseling the old college try but it doesn't work. In July caroline walks out of a session and refuses to go back. then. She moves out of their bedroom and into the spare room where John keeps his workout equipment. Then in a rash quid pro quo maneuver John Moves out of their apartment and into the Stanhope Hotel. Well he doesn't really move. He hobbles because this point his put his guest, oh. Yeah. I feel as coming full circle back to the start of episode line. Yes. So Jon spends hours on the phone with friends. It's all falling apart. He tells them we've become like total strangers, but he's not ready to throw in the. Towel. Across town caroline is doing more or less the same she tells her friends that she feels like she doesn't have ownership over her life anymore and she and John just can't seem to make things work. But when they ask if she's considered divorce, she tells them not yet. She still believes they can find a way. and. That's when caroline sister invites him to lunch. She convinces them to bury the hatchet and fly to a wedding the Kennedy compound this weekend, and she's even happy to go with them if they can drop her on Martha's Vineyard on the way. And Caroline says, okay, which is big of her because remember the Kennedys never treated her great and she's told John She doesn't want to spend time with them even though they are his family. True. But let's not take sides I'm Switzerland. To. The day after lunch with caroline sister John gets his cast off and the day after that, he gets a bite on. George. He's trying to sell the magazine in the last year. Georgia's loss ten, million dollars his CO founder quit his publisher is GonNa Dump. Him John's looking for an exit ramp free up some stress and figure out what to do with the rest of his life, and now he has to interested parties James and Lachlan. Murdoch. The Murdoch's level. Good. Even the rich callback same. Yes. The Rupert's kids for those who don't know. John meets the Murdoch boys at a Yankees game. He lays out a price and they tell them they'll think about it. On, the way home from the stadium, the magazine's editor asks John What he's going to do with himself. If he's not running George anymore and John says something surprising he's been thinking about running for governor but I he wants to get things working in his marriage. He tells the editor he won't put caroline through the turmoil of running for office until she's ready and that brings us to Friday July Sixteenth Late that afternoon caroline sister meets John at his office. They go down to his car and head for the New Jersey Airport where John Parks is plane they figure they'll get around six PM or so leaving them plenty of daylight to fly up to Martha's vineyard but the traffic is horrible. It's after eight when they arrive at the airfield and Caroline's not there she was supposed to meet them. She rolls up half an hour later and climbs out of her towncar. As they're getting ready to climb into the plane. A flight instructor runs over to talk to John. Hey, he says, you're taking off late. There's cloud cover over the vineyard like most Americans, I'm willing to inconvenience myself out of my love for you don't go without me. But John tells the guy to go home and be with his family. A little after eight thirty they're off. He flies up the coast using the lights below to guide him when he hits Rhode Island he veers right and heads out over the dark open ocean. John Hasn't spent much time flying at night without anything died him but his controls. He dipped the plane's nose then pulls it up and starts climbing. But something's not right. It's dark and cloudy, and it's hard to tell up from down. And then out of nowhere, the plane is in a perilous corkscrew. Pilots call it a graveyard spiral. Seven and a half miles off the coast of Martha's Vineyard, it disappears into the Atlantic. No one makes it out alive. Seriously broke look. I'm just telling you what happened and we don't know exactly what happened, but you can imagine the next day the press go nuts. And of course, they put forward all sorts of theories to sell papers mostly mean things about caroline, and then later after she was gone, they say how difficult she was how obsessive and selfish I mean they just lambasted her it's so maddening. The truth is John didn't have a lot of hours flying, but he was a good student and what happened to him could have happened to anyone without tons of experience. One pilot who studied the crash said he was like a blind man trying to find his way out of a room they speculate the instruments on the plane should have told him. He wasn't flying level, but John probably trusted his instincts. When officials complete their investigation, they'll conclude the crash was caused by quote, the pilot's failure to maintain control of the airplane during a descent over water at night, which was a result of spatial disorientation. was there a big royal funeral for them? Actually. The funeral was pretty small only three hundred and fifty people mostly John's family and friends and a few of the people post to caroline and her sister Lauren who remember died to. God poor parents I know. But at the funeral, most of the people talked about John his potential all the great things to come, which is true. He was principled. He had charisma he had ambitions and drive. I just wish there was a little more about caroline, her accomplishments, her caring, the people she touched they both had more to offer the world. It's too bad. They never got the chance. Is there ever happy ending for one of these things? Jesus? I'M GONNA hang up in Polish off a bottle of whiskey and go watch Disney movie I'm going to grab my mask and head right over. This is the final episode of Our two part series on JFK junior and Caroline beset on our next episode. I'll be talking to someone who will take us behind the scenes with the Kennedy family. If you like our show, please give us a five star rating and review and be sure to tell your friends subscribe on Apple podcasts spotify the wondering APP or wherever you're listening right now join wondering plus and the wondering APP to listen Ad Free in the episode notes, you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them another. Way To support us to answer a short survey at wondering dot com slash survey. We use many sources when researching stories like vanity, fair and town and country, but we especially recommend three books. America's reluctant prince by Steven Gillon. What remains by Carole radziwill and the Kennedy airs by J Randy Tara Borelli I'm Brooks Ephron and I'm Marie skidmore Williams Vanita Jones wrote this episode, our editor Loredana Palivoda our producer Caleb is singer sound design by James Morgan Audio Assistance by Sergio. Rodriguez are executive producers are Stephanie, John's Marshal Louis and Hernando pets for wondering. Bunga Bunga is a new wondering original podcast. One of my favorites legendary comedian Whitney, Cummings with her signature style of Humor Whitney recounts the outrageous true story of how one master manipulator hypnotized an entire country for decades using his incredible charm immense wealth, and let's be honest way too much self tanner Silvio Berlusconi won over the people and catapulted himself to the highest political office in Italy. But behind the scenes, he was throwing crazy sex parties, blackmailing government officials and rewriting the laws to benefit himself, and the craziest part about this story is that everyone in Italy knew what was going on and they still voted for him. That is until two words brought his entire empire crashing down. Bunga Bunga is available on Apple podcasts or you can listen early and add free by joining one plus in the wondering. APP.

George John Caroline caroline Kennedy John Kennedy George JFK Junior Michael Carolyn John Feeling John F Kennedy Jr John Have John F. Kennedy Juniors New York John Gauges John Sitting America Caroline wake John Parks
LBJ

Based On a True Story

1:05:13 hr | 2 years ago

LBJ

"Yeah. Episode of based on a true story. We looked at the nineteen ninety one film J F K. I thought a great follow up to that would be learning about the US president who was sworn into office the same day, president Kennedy was assassinated. So that's why on today's episode of based on a true story. We're going to compare history with the two thousand sixteen film LBJ just to be clear. It's not like LBJ is a sequel to Oliver Stone's JFK. I just thought it would make sense covering these two episodes back to back. LBJ was written by longtime project runway producer, Joey heart stone, and it was directed by actor writer, producer and director, rob Reiner. Interestingly both the director of the movie and the man cast to play the lead role of president Lyndon B Johnson would Harrelson have both admitted in interviews that they hated the real president Johnson because of his stance on Vietnam. So when the project came up they decided if they're going to do to movie they'd have to dig a little deeper than the surface level the rest as they say is history. I'm Dan the fab and this is based on a true story. Before starting our story today. There's two things we need to do your longtime listener, you already know what those are. This is your first time listening to the show, welcome. The first thing we need to do is to set up our game to Trues and ally. Here's how it works. I'm about to say three things two of them are true, which means one of them is ally. And it's your job to pick out which one is ally. Are you ready? Okay. Here. They are number one LBJ was on board Air Force One while JFK was assassinated number two, president Johnson called Bobby Kennedy soon after JFK was assassinated. Number three LBJ did not seek reelection for a second term. Got him. Okay. Now as you're listening to our story today, you'll find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode and then by a simple process of elimination. You'll be able to find out which one is alive. And of course, we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did. Now, the last thing to do before getting into the meat of our story today is to find out what will be covering next week over on the producers feet, and that would be the count of Monte Cristo. That's a longtime favourite film of mine. So I must admit it was kind of excuse to watch it again, I hadn't seen in a while. But I'm excited to see what sort of historical elements. We can chat about from the movie. So you'll get that on the producers feed next week if you aren't on the producers feet, you can get access to that by supporting the show over at based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. Once again, that's based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. All right now, let's begin our dive into the true story behind the movie LBJ. Today begins November twenty second nineteen sixty three announcer. Bob Walker provides voiceover as we see Air Force One on Dallas love field. I to get off the plane is Kim Allen's version of Jackie Kennedy. The crowd gathered nearby. Cheers. Then it's president John F Kennedy who's played by Jeffrey Donovan who descends from the craft. We also see Woody Harrelson version of LBJ or Lyndon Baines Johnson on the tarmac. He's there with his wife lady bird Johnson. She's played by Jennifer Jason Leigh as the president. And vice president are getting into their motorcade the movie cuts away to four years earlier before we continue though, I wanna point out that here in LBJ the movie cuts back to November twenty second nineteen sixty three throat a lot of the film. However, since we just covered the movie of I won't go much into the details of president Kennedy's assassination. Under remember twenty second nineteen sixty three as they're depicted in this movie here 'cause we already covered them there. Oh, and as a quick side note lady bird is not her real name her real name was Claudia Alta Johnson. But everyone called her lady bird, and since the movie does that's what I'll call her throughout the podcast as well. So back to the movies time light for years. Earlier would have been nineteen fifty nine. The text onscreen tells us. We're in the office of the majority leader based on the conversation. It's clear that Lyndon Johnson is trying to get people to vote for a farmville farmville itself, isn't that important to the grand scheme of things. But the movie is correct. And showing that Lyndon Johnson was the majority leader for the Democratic Party in the US Senate in nineteen fifty nine forbid of context in case. You're not familiar with what that means. Basically there are two key political parties in the US government Republicans and Democrats there are one hundred seats in the Senate to each state in the US. So when one of those two political parties has fifty one or more seats that party has the majority the party's then choose who will be the majority leader and minority leader, respectively as of this recording the Republican party has the majority in the US Senate. So a Republican is the majority leader while a democrat is the minority leader in nineteen fifty nine the Democratic Party had the majority in the Senate and the democrat from Texas Lyndon Johnson was. Elected to be the majority leader while he wasn't elected in nineteen fifty nine. He was actually elected position in nineteen fifty five, but he held that position until nineteen sixty one. So the movies timeline showing him holding that position in nineteen Fifty-nine would be correct, man. Speaking of the movies time-line heading back there. Now, the next bid of taxed we see says that were on the Johnson ranch in Texas. It's still nineteen fifty nine Linden is hunting with Bobby Kennedy. Bobby is played by Michael stall, David in the movie as their hunting, Bobby asked Clinton, if he'd consider supporting his brother for president Lyndon says, of course, he'll support whomever is nominated. Even if that's you Bobby asks a bit indignantly. Linden turns to him in clarifies. I have no intention of running for president. After this movie cuts to a scene where we see Johnson for president poster hanging up, even though we see Woody Harrelson version of Lyndon get upset on the phone with someone for making the poster despite has not having announced the implication is clear, then after Linden storms out of the room. We over here. A couple of men who are wondering why he's so hesitant to announce he's running for president is he afraid that people won't vote for him. One asks the other lady bird happens to hear the conversation as she walked by. And she response to the question. He's afraid that people won't love him this specifics for these scenes are made up for the movie, of course. But the overall concept that Lyndon Johnson was hesitant to announce his candidacy for president is true. It's even true that Bobby Kennedy visited Lyndon Johnson on his ranch to find out if he was going to be running for president Bobby was the campaign manager for his brother, John, but Linda wasn't interested in running quite yet. There were others who urged him to run probably the most notable of these was a main we see in. The movie Jim row. He's played by Bryan bat in the movie. With the nineteen sixty presidential election around the corner. The people in the Democratic Party were trying to find out who the best nominees would be in the beginning of nineteen fifty nine. There were six men who were front runners that would be Stewart Simonson Averell Harriman add lie. Stevenson, Hubert, Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson and John Kennedy. Unlike some of the others and against Jim rose insistence Linden remained resolute, he wasn't interested in trying to push for the nomination. However, it's not because he wasn't interested in becoming president. It's because he didn't think he could win the nomination another factor for his denying the nomination was that kept people from trying to undermine his leadership. Remember, he was the majority leader as soon as he announced he was running. He would have a new onslaught of political opponents that he didn't have before. So rather than try and fail. He believed. His best political move was to be paid. Tient back in the movie. It's July eleventh nineteen sixty text onscreen tells us were at the Biltmore hotel. We can see from signs around the room that there's a debate going on Lyndon Johnson has decided to announce he's alongside the other potential candidates. Is this a debate? We don't really see much of what's going on. But later, we do see Lyndon lady bird watching the results on TV. If you pause the movie on screen, you'll see the results first ballot seven hundred sixty one to nominate Johnson for five. Kennedy seven fifty on a second line. We see the others Stevenson nine and a half Symington eighty six as Lyndon and lady bird watching the screen updates Johnson. Four or five Kennedy seven sixty five Kennedy has won the nomination this event. The movie is showing actually wasn't a debate or anything. It was the nineteen sixty democratic national. Mention it was held at the Los Angeles memorial sports arena and lasted from July eleventh to July fifteenth. It was like the movie shows at the Biltmore hotel where the politicians in their team's set up temporary offices for the convention and the end result. We saw from the convention in the movie was correct. Even though this final numbers weren't actually the final numbers or even all of the numbers in all. There were twelve candidates who received votes to be the next democratic candidate for president as you can probably guess John F Kennedy won the ballot with a total of eight hundred and six votes Lyndon. Johnson came in second with four hundred nine after him was Stuart Symington with eighty six votes. At Stevenson with seventy nine point five Robert manner with forty three Hubert Humphrey with forty one George Smithers with thirty Ross Burnett with twenty three Herschel loveless with two and last, but not least Pat Brown Orval fobus and Albert Rosellini each had one vote. Going back to the movie Lyndon and lady bird are sleeping when the phone rings ladybird answers it but immediately wakes up Linden. It's John Kennedy. She says nudging him awake. The scene cuts to Kennedy's campaign office, Bobby Kennedy is there with a bunch of other men as they're busy planning for JFK's campaign. One of bobby's aids is on the phone putting his hand over the mouthpiece. He tells Bobby the media's already calling to find out who his brother is going to choose as VP candidate the camera cuts again, and we're back in the Johnsons room after getting hastily dressed J of K arrives at their room. There's some initial small talk between JFK and LBJ then Jeffrey Donovan's version of Kennedy says do you mind if I ask you a question Linden before hearing an answer the camera cuts again back to Kennedy's campaign office. Another aid comes up to Bobby. You won't believe what your brother is a little while later. We don't know how much. Time has passed. Bobby stops by Johnson's room to try to convince Lyndon that he should not accept. Doesn't make Linden very happy. But when pressed Bobby admits has brother did not ask him to decline. He's there on his own. This is probably true. By that. What I mean is that there are some conflicting reports about what exactly happened remember along. This was behind closed doors, and not the type of thing that gets documented there are some reports that Bobby Kennedy went to Johnson's room to try to get him to turn down his brother's offer of the VP nomination. But there's been others who have disputed that. What we do know though, is that on July thirteenth nineteen sixty John F. Kennedy won the democratic nomination for presidency. The next morning at about ten fifteen AM Kennedy paid a visit to Linden Johnson's room and offered him the VP nomination on his ticket. This was done against his brother, bobby's advice and against the advice of a lot of other party leaders. According to a lot of political historians the reason for JFK asking LBJ to join his presidential campaign had a lot to do with LBJ's influence in the southern states with JFK from Massachusetts and LBJ being from Texas. They thought that it could be a winning. A ticket for the presidency. And as we know from history, they were right, but just barely. There were sixty six million eight hundred thirty two thousand eight hundred and eighteen votes cast in the nineteen sixty presidential election. John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson won that election by total of one hundred and twelve thousand eight hundred twenty seven votes and eighty four electoral vote, it was one of the closest US presidential races in history. Heading back to the movie, there's a brief moment where we see the now vice president Johnson talking with a couple of staffers. There's two of them sitting at a table and vice president Johnson is sitting well he's sitting on a toilet in the Jason room. The door is wide open as they're talking about strategy. This particular scene may have been made up. But it's something that certainly could have happened. Most stories agree that Lyndon B Johnson was the most vulgar of all presidents not to get too far ahead of the movie. Line. But when Johnson was president there's one story of it. U N official named Arthur Goldschmidt who was meeting with president Johnson in the Oval Office. All of a sudden Johnson went to the washroom proceeded to go number to shave and shower the entire time still talking to Goldschmidt as if it were normal. Or there's another story of a reporter who is touring LBJ's ranch in Texas one time they were outside talking when all of a sudden Linden just started urinating in front of the reporter. But surprising people by relieving himself in front of them. Wasn't the only thing that he did according to people close to him Johnson invaded the personal space of whomever. He was talking to unfortunately that included women. And even though there's never been any official reports of harassment that doesn't mean it didn't happen. In fact, there are many who claimed it did Washington Post editor Ben bradlee put it into words once he explained what it was like to have a conversation with Johnson by saying, quote, you really felt as if a Saint Bernard had licked your face for an hour had pawed you all over and quote. And of course, there was the language to put it mildly Lyndon Johnson had the mouth of a sailor. Back in the movie, one of the guys we see what he Harrelson's version of vice president Johnson Goto with is Richard Jenkins version of Senator Richard Russell it starts when LBJ mentions to Senator Russell Kennedy has a new transport airplane. He wants to get made LBJ offers to help make sure that the Lockheed plant in Atlanta, Georgia can get the contract. That'd be about a billion dollars for Russell's homestate something that he likes but LBJ insists that Russia has to ensure the plant make some changes you see it's a racially segregated plant. Can't have that while working on a project for president Kennedy who was pushing for civil rights Senator Russell is not happy about that. Well, that is true. I couldn't find anything in my research to tie Russell directly to the Lockheed plant plan in truth. What happened was that? In nineteen sixty one Johnson was trying to find a way to start breaking into the racism that flourished in the south. There wasn't attorney in Atlanta named Robert Trautmann who had been getting tons of complaints from the end AA C P about a Lockheed plant in Marietta, Georgia. It was the perfect opportunity to get started. Or was it for their part, the Lockheed corporation was more than happy to find a way to fix the issue. It wasn't really because they were embracing civil rights, but mostly because the complaints from the end of Lacey pe- were putting their contracts with the federal government at risk. Basically. It risked hurting their bottom line before long Lockheed had removed. They're white and colored signs and promised that they were starting to hire more black, folks. As for Senator Richard Russell, even though it couldn't find any connection to him in the Lockheed contract. Like, the movie implies the movie is still correct? And showing that he heavily favored segregation. In fact, Russell teamed up with Senator Strom Thurmond to write the declaration of constitutional principles in nineteen fifty six more informally known as the southern manifesto. The basic gist of the document is a statement in opposition of racial integration in public places. It was written as a direct reply to the supreme court's ruling in nineteen fifty four that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. There were nineteen senators and eighty two representatives who showed their support for the southern manifesto by signing it, in fact, a majority of southern states in the US had their lawmakers sign it there were three southern senators who did not sign it though. Al Gore senior from Tennessee s ca favor also from Tennessee and Lyndon Baines Johnson from Texas. Oh, and yes, Al Gore senior was the father of Al Gore, the forty fifth vice president of the United States back in the movie, we cut back to the motorcade in Dallas that fateful day in nineteen sixty three. There had been a few cuts back up until now. But this time the text onscreen let us know that the motorcade is entering Dealey plaza. Vice president Johnson is in a car behind president Kennedy's when the shots are fired a secret serviceman yells get down and shows LBJ down as the car starts to speed off in the hospital LBJ is ushered into a room. While the doctors are trying to save president Kennedy a man enters with the news Senator Connolly and the president had been shot kindly isn't as bad, but the president it's bad after a few more moments. Another man enters the president. He he's gone. Then one of the secret servicemen says it Mr President. Lyndon Johnson looks up. He is now president Johnson. As I'm sure you probably already know that happened on November twenty second nineteen sixty three at twelve thirty pm president John F Kennedy was shot. Senator John Connolly seat was in the same car right in front of Kennedy. He was also shot with one of the bullets that hit Kennedy continuing on and striking Connolly in the back just under his right armpit. The motorcade rushed off to nearby parkland Memorial Hospital once their doctors tried to save president Kennedy's life. But it was too late. Technically, vice president Johnson became president Johnson as soon as Kennedy died, but according to the movie Lyndon Johnson, not only refuses to go back to Washington DC without Jackie Kennedy. But he also calls up, Bobby Kennedy. There's a bit of sneaking going on here in the movie because we see Lyndon Johnson. Ask someone to take notes during his call. But she can only hear one side of the conversation. So when he's on the phone with Bobby he manages to get the conversation to a. A point where it sounds like Bobby is insisting that Linden gets sworn in there in Dallas. But hearing both sides of the conversation in the movie as viewers we can tell Bobby wanted JFK to return to Washington DC in Air Force One as the president as a final act of courtesy for the man. That phone call actually happened. Although it's something we don't really know, exactly. What was said because Lyndon Johnson and Bobby Kennedy were the only ones who heard both sides of it that took place at one fifty six PM in Dallas or two fifty six PM in Washington DC. Although that's not where Bobby was he was in hickory hill New York having lunch with his wife Ethel and meeting with US attorney there, but the time zone between New York and Washington DC is the same. About thirty minutes earlier at two twenty five pm New York time, Bobby had gotten another call that call was from J. Edgar Hoover confirming that president Kennedy. His brother had been killed. According to a great book by Pulitzer prize winning author Robert Caro, the recollections of those witnessing either side of the conversation portray a picture much like what we saw in the movie by that what I'm referring to is that Lyndon Johnson seemed to know what he wanted to get out of the conversation while Bobby Kennedy was so overcome with the shock and grief on the news that he'd heard less than an hour earlier, then he couldn't even hardly comprehend the world around him. But according to those recollections things seem to happen. Like, the movie shows Bobby didn't know what the rush was to have the swearing in happened in Dallas. He thought it would be nice if JFK's body could fly back to Washington DC as president Kennedy. Johnson apparently disagreed because as we now know president Johnson was sworn in on Air Force One in Dallas. According to judge Sarah Hughes, which the movie is right was the woman who swore Johnson into office. She recalled Johnson mentioned MRs Kennedy wanted to be present for this wearing in. When one of the aides went to get her. She said she felt she ought to be there for historical purposes. And so we have that famous photograph by White House photographer ceaseless Stauton alongside Johnson was ladybird Johnson on one side and Jackie Kennedy on the other. She refused change beforehand insisting that she still wear the bloodstained clothes that she had been wearing when her husband was killed. As soon as the oath was finished, president Johnson ordered the plane take off and head back to Washington DC. Going back to the movie and back in Washington. We see Senator Richard Russell with a whole group of other. Congressman Senator Russell is all smiles and says something to the effect of out of a despicable act of assassination. A new leader has emerged. He goes on to say that after one hundred years of being treated as inferior. Finally, we have one of our own as a leader America has a southern president. That's well, not really true, for example. Dwight D Eisenhower was the thirty fourth president. He was the president just before JFK. An Eisenhower was also from Texas just like LBJ was. But I suppose if you don't count Ike, then there was a long line of presidents who were primarily from northern states as for whether or not Senator Russell was at the White House soon after LBJ's arrival from Dallas on November twenty second. I couldn't find anything to suggest that he was. Although there was a group of congressmen who met with Johnson at the White House that afternoon. So it's possible that Russell was among them. However, I doubt it was anything orchestrated by Russell like the movie implies the purpose of that meeting. As far as I could tell from my research was to try to get support from both sides of congress. No matter the party LBJ wanted to try and convince everyone that there wasn't going to be a chair. Change in America's foreign policies after the assassination to do that. He felt the entire government needed to put on a unified front. Oh, and you know that phrase that LBJ keeps saying to staff members around the White House in the movie, it's different sometimes. But it's always something. Like, thank you for your service to president Kennedy out need you now more than he ever did. A lot of staffers have recalled LBJ saying that to them or some variation there of soon after the assassination. So it would seem that that was the go-to line for Johnson is he was trying to get everyone to work together. Back in the movie the next morning after the assassination we see LBJ walking into the Oval Office. He says he has a meeting at nine thirty A M, but the staff is still cleaning out Kennedy's things. Then Bobby Kennedy arrives. That didn't take you long. Bobby says the president Johnson as he enters the Oval Office. I was told to use this room. Johnson explains. Just like you were told to take the oath in Dallas, Bobby retorts. The movie does a pretty good job of showcasing really the basic gist of what happened when LBJ woke up on Saturday, November twenty third nineteen sixty three. He was under the impression that he should be working on the Oval Office the day before he'd been working out of an office across the street from the White House that evening he'd been told that he would be working out of the Oval Office the next day, but between Friday night and Saturday morning, the national security adviser decided that it wasn't a good idea yet because they hadn't gotten everything packed up. So at about eight o'clock AM, he left a note at the executive office building with instructions for Johnson to work out of a different office. But that the Oval Office would be ready for Monday. President Johnson never got that note because he never went to the executive office building. He went straight to the west wing with the intention that he would be working out of the Oval Office. So the movie is correct. And showing that when LBJ showed up at the White House that morning he was expecting to work out of the Oval Office. Bobby Kennedy showed up that. Morning too and wasn't too happy that I'll be Jay was moving into the Oval Office. So quickly while his brothers possessions will still there just like the movie shows LBJ told Barry that he was told to work there, and he had been. Even though miss communications like that are completely understandable, especially when you consider how much chaos they had to be after the assassination the wounds were too fresh and considering that Bobby and LBJ didn't really like each other too much before this little miscommunication didn't help their friendship. Back in the movie, we see president Johnson have what seems to be a change of heart. This gets vocalise in the film when the president walks into where some of his staff are talking about policies in particular, the Civil Rights Act that Kennedy had proposed is the hot topic Johnson walks in and tells them that he wants to support the civil rights Bill the entire thing. He continues to tell the story of his personal cook a block woman named MRs. Right. According to the movie after the assassination. Mrs right was driving back to Washington DC since she would be passing by LBJ's ranch in Texas. Anyway, he asked if she would stop to get his dog. Beagle. Johnson and bring him to DC. Woody Harrelson version of president Johnson continues saying that mrS right? Respectfully declined his request. She explained that it was tough enough for a black woman to drive through the south by herself. Let alone taking care of a dog. He continues saying that she could. Find a place to sleep to eat or even to use the restroom she had to squat by the side of the road that story, unfortunately is true. And it's also true that LBJ found the story to be appalling. Although in truth, the story was that zephyr, right? The president chef wasn't coming back to DC. She was actually driving to Texas. I couldn't find out. The exact reason why she was going, but it's probably to get some things as the new president was going to be moving to Washington DC ladybird had axed zephyr to take their dog back to the ranch when she drove down and just like the movie shows, zephyr, respectfully declined it's hard enough driving in the south as a black woman. Let alone having to take care of dog. That story brought LBJ to tears in open his eyes to the importance of public accommodations for everyone. This also lit a fire under him to push for the civil rights Bill. And as the movie comes to a close that is exactly what we see happen. President Johnson addresses the house of representatives in an address that as the movie describes it is both a farewell to president Kennedy. But also a proper introduction to president Johnson. The speech in the movie isn't the entire thing. Of course. But it sort of bounces around a bit. And it's still pretty close to the overall gist of the real speech. In fact, I think this might be a good time to hear that real speech. This is what's come to be known as the lead us continue speech by president Lyndon. Baines Johnson delivered to a joint session of congress on November twenty seventh nineteen sixty three. Baker. President. Members of the house. Members of the Senate. My fellow Americans. Oh, I have. I would have given glasses. Not to be standing here that. The greatest leader of our time. Has been struck down. Neither the polish deed of our. Today. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Lives on in the immortal words and works that he left behind. He lives on in the mind and memories of mankind. He lives on in the heart of his country. No words are sand in. To express our sensible. No words are strong enough. To express Arte termination. To continue the far would trust of America that he began. The green of conquering the vast -ness of space the dream of partnership across the Atlantic and across the Pacific as well. The dream of the peace corps in less developed nations. The green of education for all of our children. The bringing of jobs for all who seek and neat. The dream of care for elderly. The green of an all out attack on mental illness. And above all. The green of equal rights for all Americans. Whatever their race. These and other than dreams have been buydell. I his drive and by his education. And now the ideas and the ideal. Which he so nobly represented? Must and with they translated into effective action. Under John Kennedy's leadership. This nation has demonstrated that it has the courage to seek peace. And it has the fortitude risk war. We have pulled that we are a good and reliable friend to those who seek peace and freedom. We have shown that we can also be a honorable fol. To those who reject the path of peace. And those who seek to impose opponents are ally. The yoke of terror. This nation will keep its commitments. From South Vietnam to westward land. We will be unceasing and the search for peace. Resourceful in our pursuit of areas of agreement even with those with whom we. And generous and loyal. Those who join with us in common coal. In this age when their Kennedy, no losers in peace, and no, vectors and war. We must recognize. The obligation. To match knife. Frank. With a knife restraint. We must be prepared. One in the same time for both the confrontation of power. And the limitation of power. We must be ready to defend the national. And to negotiate the communists. This is the path that we shall continue to pursue. No who test star, courage. Will find it strong? And those who seek our friendship. Well, find it. Honorable. We will demonstrate anew. That's the strong can be just. In the use of strength, and the just can these strong in the defense of just. And let all know. We will extend no special privilege. And impose no persecution. We will carry on the fight against poverty, and and disease and ignorance in other lands, and you know. We will serve all the nation. Not one sector are one sector are one group. But all murder. These are the United States a United people with United perks. Our American unity does not depend on union. We have the. But now in the past we can derive from those differences strength. Not we. William. Not this fair. Both as people and government, we can unite upon a program a program, which is why and just in lightened. And construct. For thirty who year? Capitol Hill has been my home. I have shared many moments of pride with you. Pride in the ability of the congress of the United States to act. To me any prices. To the still from our differences strong programs of national act. And Cecil book. Has thrust upon. The awesome burden on the president's. I'm here today to say, I need your help. I cannot bear this burden alone. I need help. All americans. You know? This nation has experienced a profound shock, and in this critical moment, it is our duty yours and mine. As the government of the United States to do away with uncertainty and doubt and delayed and to show that we are capable of decisive action. From the do loss of our leader. We will arrive not weakness but string. That we can. And we'll. And now. From this chamber Representative government, let all the world. No. And none misunderstand. That I read that Kate this government to the unswerving support of the United Nations. Who the honorable? And the Termine execution of our commitments to our Allah. To the maintenance of military strength. Second to none. To the fence of the spring and stability of the dollar. Who the expansion of our foreign prayed? The reinforcement of our programs of mutual assistance and cooperation in Asia and Africa. And to our alliance for progress in this speech. On the twentieth. Day of January in nineteen sixty one. John F Kennedy told his countrymen that our national work would not be finished in the first thousand days in the life of this administration. Nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this plant. But he said let us again. Today in this moment of new resolve. I would say to all my fellow Americans. Let us continue. This are. Not too has. Not to pull not turnabout lender over this evil moment. But to continue on our course, so that we made full fill the destiny that history has carved. Our most the media pass. Are here on this hill. I. No memorial oration or eulogy could more eloquently honor president Kennedy's memory. Then the earliest possible passage of the civil rights Bill what he? We have talked long enough in this country about equal rights. We have talked for hundred years or more. Time now. To write the next. And right in the books of loan. I urge you again. As idea in nineteen fifty so. And the gain and nineteen sixty. To not a civil rights law. So that we can move forward to eliminate from this nation every price of discrimination and oppression. That is based upon race are color. There could be no greater source of spring to this nation, both at home and the role. Second. No, active hours could more fittingly continue the work of president Kennedy. Then the early passage of the tax Bill for which he fought all this long year. This is a Bill designed to increase our national income and federal revenue Andrew provide insurance against recession. That Bill if passed without delay. Means more security for those now our? More jobs for those now without. And more incentive. For our economy. In short. This is no time for the lane. It is a time for action. Bar would looking at on the ending education. Bill to help bring the light of learning to every home and hamlet in America. Strong followed looking action. New employment opportunities strong forward-looking action on the pending foreign aid Bill making clear that we are not auditing our responsibilities to this. Emerson there are to the world NAR. Erasing executive ability in the conduct of our par- fire. Fire. And strong prompt forward-looking action on the remaining appropriations Bill. This new spirit of the congress can expect we full cooperation and support of the executive. And in particular. I quit. That the expenditure of your government will be administered, the utmost thrift, and brutality. I will insist the government get a dollar value far a dollar spent. The government will set an. Prudence and Connie. Does not mean that we will not meet our field needs all that. We will not honor our. We will do. As one who has long served in both houses of the congress. I firmly believe. In the independence and the integrity of the legislative branch. And I promise you. That I show all always respect. The in my Roth. Of my. With equal firmness. I believe in the capacity, and I believe in the ability of the congress despite the divisions of opinions which characterize our nation to act. To act wisely to act vigorously to act speedily when the need arises. The need is here. The need is now. I have your health. We meet in grief. But let us also meet, and renewed, dedication and renewed. Let us meet in action in Taal. And in neutral understand. John candidates. Their commands what his life conveyed. That must move forward. The time has come. More Americans of all races and creeds and political beliefs to understand and to respect one another. So let us put an end to the teaching and the pinching of and evil and bile. Turn away from the fanatics. The far left the far, right? From the potholes of bitterness and bigotry. From those the of all those who. Pour venom into our nation's bloods for. I found hope. That's the tragedy and the tongs of these terrible as. Will bind us together in new fellowship? Making us one people. Our our of Sean. So let us here. Highly resolve. John fitzgerald. Kennedy did not live are. On this thanksgiving. As we gather together. The large. And give him our, thanks. Let us unite. Those familiar and Sherry word. America. America. God shed his grace on the. And crown by good. With brotherhood. See to see. The movie comes to close by giving us some final bits of text. So let's fact check those it starts by saying on July. Second nineteen sixty four president Johnson realized president Kennedy's dream and signed the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four into law. That is true. It might not have happened as fast as president Johnson wanted it to. But the Bill was passed. In fact, there's a photo up there. President Johnson signing the Bill that day behind him. Martin Luther King junior watch on. As a fun. Little fact, the only time Martin Luther King junior and Malcolm X mex- in person happened on March twenty six nineteen sixty four when there are both in the US capitol hearing the Civil Rights Act being debated by the Senate. It was a brief meeting lasting less than one minute. The next bit of taxed in the movie says that unav- third nineteen sixty four Johnson defeated Senator Barry Goldwater there is on for the presidency. Unlike the ticket with JFK as president with LBJ is vice president LBJ won his election by winning forty four of the fifty states and receiving sixty one point six of the popular vote making it the largest victory since eighteen twenty. That is true that eighteen twenty election was James Monroe. It was the second term for president Monroe and for the most part he didn't have anyone running against him in that election. The only other person to receive in Torah vote was the secretary of State John Quincy Adams, a man who would end up becoming the president after Monroe second term ended in eighteen twenty five as for the election in nineteen sixty four president Johnson and his running mate, Hubert Humphrey received four hundred eighty six electoral votes, while Senator Barry Goldwater and his running mate William Miller only received fifty two just like the movie says LBJ one forty four of the fifty states and had a sixty one point one percent of the popular vote for. Of comparison between the nineteen sixty and nineteen sixty four elections JFK won the election in nineteen sixty with thirty four million two hundred twenty nine hundred eighty four votes. That's forty-nine point seventy two percent of the popular vote. The Republican candidate who lost that year was Richard Nixon who had thirty four million one hundred eight thousand one hundred and fifty seven votes as we learned earlier that's difference of only one hundred twelve thousand eight hundred twenty seven votes in the nineteen sixty four election LBJ, one with forty three million one hundred twenty seven thousand forty one votes for sixty one point one percent. His opponent had twenty seven million one hundred and seventy five thousand seven hundred fifty four votes for thirty eight point five percent. That's a difference of fifteen million nine hundred fifty one thousand two hundred eighty seven votes quite a bit more than the previous election. The next bit of taxed explains that in his next term Johnson passed the Voting Rights Act of nineteen sixty five an established programs like Medicare, Medicaid and had start. That's all true to while. The Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four was a landmark law the Voting Rights Act nineteen sixty five built on that by prohibiting racial discrimination in the voting process as for Medicare Medicaid head start. Those were all part of what historians refer to as Johnson's quote war on poverty, and quote, it also included things like food stamps and federally funded programs for secondary education called work study. The Medicare Bill was passed in nineteen sixty five Johnson was also responsible for creating new transportation department, which included the coastguard and the FAA among other departments. That was also in nineteen sixty five in nineteen sixty eight president Johnson signed the gun control act of nineteen sixty eight. This was in response to the assassination of Robert Kennedy. Bobby that happened in June of nineteen sixty eight but also because of the assassination of JFK and Martin Luther King junior. The latter of which also happened in nineteen sixty eight. The last bits of taxed in the movie. Explain that toward the end of his term president Johnson's started to get backlash because of his escalation of the war in Vietnam. American deaths were rising an antiwar protests intensified. Then according to movie on March thirty first nineteen sixty eight president Johnson declared on TV that he would not seek nor accept the nomination of the party for another term as president. The final text onscreen says that Johnson was the last sitting president to choose not to run for reelection. That is all true. The Vietnam war began in nineteen fifty five. President Eisenhower was still in office. When president Kennedy was elected, he escalated things by sending more American troops to the war-torn region. By the time, president Kennedy was assassinated, they were about sixteen thousand troops in Vietnam. He had planned to remove about a thousand of those by the end of nineteen sixty three when Johnson took office. He reversed that order instead by the end of nineteen sixty four there were about twenty three thousand American troops in that year alone US casualties tallied up to one thousand two hundred seventy eight by June of nineteen sixty five there were over eighty two thousand American troops in Vietnam. Things only kept increasing and there were over two hundred thousand American troops deployed the Vietnam by the end of nineteen sixty five things didn't get better in nineteen sixty six that you're saw over four hundred thousand US troops in Vietnam. All the while antiwar protests were growing people weren't happy with how president Johnson was handling the war by throwing more and more American lives at it. By the summer of nineteen sixty seven tallies estimated that about seventy thousand Americans had died in Vietnam still Johnson was sending more troops. And with a big boost of about fifty thousand the total was brought to around five hundred and twenty five thousand troops by the end of nineteen sixty seven antiwar protests were growing to an all time high including over one hundred thousand people marching outside the Pentagon Tober of that year. And so just like the movie shows on March thirty first nineteen sixty eight president Johnson addressed the nation during that speech, which was all about the steps he was prepared to take to halt the war. He announced an immediate halt to the bombing North Vietnam. Then at the end of the forty minute speech. He said this. I have concluded that I should not permit the presidency to become involved in partisan divisions. That are developing in this political year. With America's sons and the field far away. America's future under challenge right here at home. With our hopes and the world's hope for peace in the balance every day. I do not believe. That I should devote an hour. Our day of my time. To any personal partisan causes. Are to any duties other? And they awesome duties of this office the presidency. Of your country accordingly. I shall not see. And I will not accept. The nomination of my party for another term as your president. But let men everywhere. No, however. That is strong and they confident. And they vigilant America. Stand ready tonight to seek an honorable peace. And stands ready tonight to the fan honored call whatever the price, whatever the burden whatever the sector. That UD may require. Thank you for listening. Good night. And God bless all. this episode of based on a true story was written and produced by me, Dan, fab, there's a lot more to the story of president Johnson. We never got to talk about some of the more controversial things that he did like his own affairs or his approval of the F B I bugging of Martin Luther King junior commenting on his extramarital affairs. If you want to dig deeper into the true stories behind president Johnson. There are two great books that would recommend starting with the first is called Lyndon B Johnson portrait of a president by Robert Dolly, the other is actually a multi volume and super detailed book by Pulitzer prize winning author Robert Caro that series is called the years of Lyndon Johnson. They're all great. But if you wanna get a good insight into the events that we see in the movies time-line, get the fourth volume the passage of power. As always I've got links to both of those books as well as plenty more resources to start your own deep dive into the presidency of LBJ over based on a true story, podcast dot com. Okay. Now, it's time for the answer to our troops and allied game. From the beginning of the episode as a refresher here are the two truth and one line number one LBJ was on board Air Force One while JFK was assassinated number two, president Johnson called Bobby Kennedy soon after JFK was assassinated. Number three LBJ did not seek reelection for a second term. Did you find out which one is ally? As we learned president Johnson did call Bobby Kennedy about being sworn in as president soon after his brother was assassinated. So number two is true. We also learned that in March of nineteen sixty eight president Johnson announced that he had no intention of seeking reelection. So number three is true. That means the lie is number one. As we also learned then vice president Johnson was in the motorcade when JFK was assassinated on November twenty second nineteen sixty three. In fact, if you want to get into some of the conspiracy side of that there are some who say that LBJ started ducking from the bullets before they were even fired indicating that he might have known something head of time or others dispute that. But that brings us to an end of this episode if you're based on a true story producer. I look forward to chatting with you again next Monday, when we'll look at some of the true story that we saw in the count of Monte Cristo. Don't forget you can find all the links for this episode or request a future episode over at based on a true story podcast dot com. And if you wanna get in touch with me, you can find me on Twitter where I'm at down the Feb D N L E V or you can shoot me an Email at Dan at based on a true story podcast dot com. If I don't hear from you before then I hope to chat with you again next Monday over on the producers feet until then thanks so much for listening chat with you again, really soon.

Lyndon Baines Johnson president John Fitzgerald Kennedy vice president LBJ Senator Russell Kennedy Bobby JFK LBJ Johnson Bobby Kennedy US president Johnson president Lyndon Texas America Woody Harrelson LBJ Dallas
Evangeline by The Band and Emmylou Harris

The Story Song Podcast

1:05:55 hr | 1 year ago

Evangeline by The Band and Emmylou Harris

"I'll give you a two to one odds that your boat sinks I'll take that action this week on the story. Song podcast Hey everybody welcome back to the story. Song podcast. I'm making I'm Rachel OAKES. And Michael Gazelle every episode. Re Walk You through a story song and this week. We're doing a song by Rachel you didn't fill in just as the band November man ban. How embarrassing WHO's on. First I raced. We're doing the song evangeline by the band. And Emmylou Harris yes Their forces combined form Captain Planet. But Rachel what'd you tell us a little bit about the story of the song? Well this is a maritime song This is about NATO's at well. I know. This is the story of Evangeline Who is in love with a riverboat gambler? He went off to make his fortune and she waited for him and one fateful night during a storm. She watched as the Boat that he was on. I guess crashed and sunk to the bottom of the of the river It's peppy and there's one little one little kind of narrative trick here which will discuss but at least for me and Rachel. I know you've heard this is a million times so maybe you had forgotten this by the first time I heard it. They talk about how the Mississippi Queen Stole Her man away yes. I thought that that was a woman that at the Mississippi Queen had stolen them anyway. Only to the very end to discover that the Mississippi Queen is the boat and the boat is sinking. And it's taken her man away now. Maybe someone who's more familiar. Alert me a little bit more familiar with like I don't know riverboats would know that. Mississippi Queen like Fido for a dog like every summer like every third panel boat was called the Mississippi Queen. I suppose so. Perhaps you were supposed to have already figured that out but to me that came as a little bit of a twist twist. Yeah I thought I thought this was like you know this is like Oh my God why am I blanking on the Dolly Parton Song? We're the way she's worried about. Joe Lean thought it was like a Joe. Lean where dark lady. Yeah Yeah where? She was upset that her her man had had left her for another woman but only discussed the woman was the boat and yes the cheating on her. What's him slowly drowning in red? How can you do this to me? Is that the less you know about things. The more surprises there are that I live. My life everyday is a surprise and Michael. You news comes on Dan's like don't tell her I'm binge-watching it from the beginning point nine hundred eighty two ever R murrow. How far do I have to go get better? From there. Doesn't all history is a horrible slide into misery. Oh Great. I'll say this. My money's on the USSR. I think they are definitely laid out now. Thanks Bud light poor bed and poke town send that either returned a Abbott Michael You touched on this real quick. Let's talk about. What is it about the ocean that inspires so many stories songs? Is there a lot of maritime stories on things? Is it just how tiny you feel standing in front of the ocean? I mean you just wrote another story song so yeah I guess I don't know it's it's it's a man versus nature thing. It's a this the size and the scale of the ocean a couple of the ocean songs. We've done this one. I think included are a little old timey sounding yet. I will say I will say this. This is this is first of all not an ocean song And I think we've only done one true ocean song which was Mariner's revenge. Well that's more song this song. But it's not so I mean it's an ocean song and brand new to me. This is a river song and then Edmund Fitzgerald that we did in our first run. That's a lake song. Yeah you're right you got me there and then you really slicing that onion thin place in a bog so I wanna be factual okay because I want to be factual well whether I am the other thing is I of all. I think you know the ocean or whatever. Water just sorta gives a sense of adventure rate is especially. Yeah from sort of our ancestors of your one place. You're going to another the other thing is that wasn't ranger endanger. Well that was. Nsa was whenever I am on about whether it is a giant massive cruise ship or a little know rowboat or whatever. I always have this this feeling of how insane it is. There's just a little strip of wood between me and the water right because it's really weird. How you're just like you know cause the water you get the feeling the water really want you to go in and around like the word is like I'm so close. I'm right there. Yeah thin of you know. Level layer fiberglass or whatever is stopping you from going into the water. Yes Michael I think. You need to be on better made ships. I I agree with you. I just saying it is weird. Ships are on those cruises in a piece of wood is between you and the water because they make that boat right. But I'm saying you know if you're one of those like little robots. There's you know there's a an eighth of an inch thick piece that stopped between you and the ocean. I've just saying it's you know it sort of insane. It's one of those things that's insane when you think about it because you could go like hundreds of miles on the water you know and and it's just weird that you know you're going to just kind of float on top the whole way until you get to the other side but not only that we don't this so much of the ocean and everything we do not know anything about and water in general. Listen EVERYBODY OF WATER. Wants wants to kill you go. Yeah no it wants you during gentle bottles bodies of no. No no no every puddle you pass on the street wants you dead. Yes Yay it wants you to fall face first and drowned in that puddle. What what raindrops are tiny bullets? Y'All we have. We let that stuff in our house is house guys if you have a bath. Tub and that bathtub filled with water. You have a ticking time bomb in your house and I'm just going to say yes. Careful seen ghostbusters. Till you're letting the enemy. Yes stay dirty. My friends and that is why. That's our new slogan. I never thank you for coming to my tedtalk now number one okay so anyway. This called evangeline. Yeah we talk about songs. So let's start here at the top and She stands on the Bank of the mighty Mississippi alone in the Pale moonlight waiting for a man. A riverboat gambler said he'd return tonight. So how does this work exact and what I'm asking is that I like okay. So he gets on a boat. She's standing on the shore of the river and she can see the boat from where she race. It as the boat just like. Yeah but I'm what I'm asking is the boat just kind of like take off from the dock and like just do like a tiny little circle in the water like where is the boat. I guess what I'm asking is. Why isn't the boat like sailing away from her down the river to a point where she can no longer see the boat? I feel like it did. I think she's just waiting for it to return to a point where she can see it. Okay so it's coming back never even thought about that. It's coming back to her. Okay I can show about so I don't know how to work. Well I mean the Mississippi is big. It is very big so presumably it left wherever she is Went out did its thing. And it's coming back and she's waiting for the well. I think. Also the those riverboats would make little like overnight like party. Maybe like a party boat okay. They'd like go overnight to another stop and then come back so it was almost like a little cruise. Yes but a lot of it was specifically for gambling. Because there were there was no there. Were no rules on the boats right but that that was my question so I understand that you can have gambling on a cruise ship. Because you're in the middle of the ocean and there's there's no lies because there's no countries but like surely on the Mississippi you are pursuant to the LAWS OF WHATEVER STATE. You have to be in at the time that the that the rivers right. You can't just be like I get the five inches into the water. So now there are no laws I could murder and what a Mississippi is huge? Though it is like you can't see it side side to side I mean is that is that the idea that kind of Minnesota was it. Just that well done was it just. That wasn't just that it was sight unseen that you couldn't prove there was gambling going on on the book. You can see it so there's like there's nothing anyone can do about it or was there a law that's like as long as you're on the river. Maritime anything goes. I think it's yeah I think it's I think it is like Maritime Maritime Wa seems like a real stretch of the law again like I stand in my bathtub like hey guys maritime law. You can't touch me the it's it's true. It is like basically it was riverboat. Casinos were approved in the late in. No that's not right. There were approved when gaming was prohibited on land as long as they went away from the dock. Were allowed to gamble only when they were sailing interesting. Yeah all right all right. I kind of get the impression that this is. This isn't like a contemporary story. I feel like it's like in whenever showboat takes place. I think that's when this takes place Right this is about Cap'n Andy. Yeah Yeah I mean I think at some point at some point Angelina. Save Gardner. I'm doing it. There's a whole. Yeah Well Dan. Wheldon thank you you guys done with the Yup okay. Yeah we're going back to it and that's our musical interludes going to be honest with you. I even more lost than normal. I don't know what is there a musical about this show boat show boat never heard of it all right. I was GonNa say I think this is definitely an old time song because I believe around the nineteen twenties. They outlawed conning at the mighty Mississippi. That's how you know that it's all time when they were just like man this river. Is this the craziest thing you've ever seen by the way? I'd never left forty miles from my house so this is literally the most insane thing I've ever seen. Guy River is a river and you guys. It is a real big. You might even call it somewhere around. Nineteen twenty somebody was was getting onto one of these showboats. And and someone said you're GONNA travel on the mighty Mississippi and he said I've seen mightier and from that point forward. No one was allowed to call the mighty. Mary like is it. He's got a point he's got a point I mean the the pretty good Mississippi. I mean we all feel pretty stupid for calling it the mighty Mississippi now now now that this guy said that there's better ones out there so she's waited now. What is she gonNA boat? I guess probably women couldn't go on the but okay question. He's got his. He's got his work to do right right right. And he doesn't need some broad around like fogging up his head. He's got a he's got a focus on the gambling can't be bogged down rare and by the way. I'm speaking in the parliament of the Times. Do not think that I'm I'm saying that's what that's what he would be thinking right. Yeah so okay. So he gets on the boat. He's gambling gladness. She's he's got to be a pretty good gambler because she is confident that he's coming back with money right like pretty much. Every time he does this he comes back. He's got a ton of money to spend on her and he's bringing it back to her. Yeah I don't think she's a gold digger. I think she's also a passing that. I'm just saying that gambling is not like a you. Know a guaranteed thing like. She's she's not worried that he is going to like lose the house right right right like she she you know he would Well let's see so. He said he returned tonight right. Okay so I guess that's what it is so this this is like a multiday trip right right on this boat. He's gambling gambling gambling. He's GonNa come on back tonight and he's going to have a bunch of money presumably. They used to waltz on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. That sounds like it'd be difficult. It's very it's dangerous. Yeah and there'd be a lot of mud involved radio one two three one two three jurists. It's a mighty river couple of broken ankles get hurt. Yeah and loving the whole night through if you get the picture. I'm winking at the microphone. Show the Riverboat Gambler. Went off to make a killing. And bring it on back to you. Now here's a question. the The what do you call that. The perspective sees have changed. It's coming back to me because we were talking about this woman and now oh yes they right they use. They're not saying you used to dance. They're saying they used to dance. Or they used to waltz on the banks of the mighty Mississippi Levin the whole night through to the river gambler went off to make a killing. And bring it on back to you. Not Her it's weird. It's like a weird tense. Yeah I have a theory about that. Okay okay it rhymes yeah right to the point sometimes cigars cigar. Yeah usually we make up a bunch of fake and then say the real one but apparently mike her then from again. It's a song. Poop POOP poop arrive. What do you want from the guy for? I mean we could do. We could do a whole thing. No no no I probably your straight right. Yeah I mean I do kind of like it. Actually because it's like what is actually interesting. If you don't like bs an answer Jack played maybe because it does shift tents bringing on back to you and then the chorus goes evangeline. Evangeline bright so it starts with the narrator talking about her and then almost flips to talking to her right and then it goes back but I mean it rhymes whenever yeah and or it's like the narrative is conjured evangeline in front of them. You know and his speaking directly directly to her or it could be like a contemporary narrator. Talking about this thing that happened back in the time of showboat and Which makes it a little bit more mysterious and makes the the shift of tense sound? I don't know go story ash right. Or is the thing where the narrator has thought about the about the story so much that he or she like. You know what's feels like. They know evangeline there. You could talk directly to her okay. That's a good point. This was the part where I thought she was talking about. A Woman Mississippi Queen had pulled her man away and I was like Dan. That's hard core. 'cause she's not just cursing this woman she's Carson. Our soul wants hell but right now I guess the boat's going to hell so that's weird wherever wherever. Yeah well but I'm saying once it sank and went to ever vote. Hell is but I wonder if it's interesting because you think to yourself is the chorus building. So is she cursing the Seoul. The of the Mississippi Queen pulled her man. Away is that because he's going away again or is this just a regular refrain after? She's like looking back on the back that he's already drowned. Good point gyms at first. She's upset just said he's leaving right. 'cause 'cause 'cause he's gotTa gamble comes with the money right. He's he's he's he's a gambler. He's gotta go. He's he's addicted. You know they don't have a hotline number he can call for for Cam. It's gotTa make some money. Yeah that's how he makes his money. Jean people who make their money gambling crazy. This is what this is the point. I was making Arnstein from funny girl. Yeah Yeah I was. I was actually going to say that but I didn't WanNa Cause is this Guy Nicky Arnstein. You're right people do it. Yeah that's professional gamblers. Yeah although I heard an NPR story. Many years ago about professional gambler and it was wild. Just I mean this particular person. First of all they were like banded every casino they lived they lived in Vegas as and worked as a cabdriver. This is probably like ten years ago and I think the story was even old at that point but there were a taxi driver. But it'd be abandoned because you know like would be like. Oh Yeah I made two million dollars yesterday and then the next night I lost it all. It's not slake and it was like now. I have to make like a thousand dollars tonight. Driving a cab so I can buy my way back into this poker game so I can make another like two million or whatever. The crazy thing is okay so i. I watched funny girl recently Manila Ornstein. Who was he's fanny? Braces love interest. But he's he's a professional gambler and he says a line and they don't talk about it much but he says I lost everything except the shirt on my back and my gambling money so he lost money but he still had money because he's a gambler. Do I mean so? He had money that he couldn't touch because that's his gambling money so he lost his regular money but not as gambling money. It's crazy like his bankroll it was. It caught me like I was like wait a minute. He just said and my gambling money. Yeah Weird I have a question. Okay Yes dan the story you told it was about a guy who was banned from a casino and then had to go to work as a taxi driver K. was a Robert Deniro. Movie taxi driver. He is not from a casino and that he works. What about the movie Casino Casino? He owns the casino. So why are they not the same as sequel to answer your question? Yes it was Robert Deniro. He has no guy's life. Here's a vicious gambling problem. It is it is really bad. Why do you think he made rocky Boeing on? It's a good movie. Did pretty sure. He won an Oscar for that His daddy his daddy gambled his daddy's daddy gambled his uncle's gamble. He's got it everybody example. He's a gambler through and through a he was he was every morning he just wake up and being like Oh man. I can't wait until someone invents football because I am going to Graham eight so now evangeline speaking of maritime songs. She's from the marathons. Wherever that is I don't know I can tell you. Okay what we can wait. Wait till the end but okay great and they do say Evangi. Line time which is a cute little wink. Also kind of Ryan. This goes back to Michael whatever. Yeah as long as it rides it works all right so evanger line from the maritimes was slowly going insane and for very good reason because high on the top of Hickory Hill. She stands in the lightning and thunder and down the river. The boat was a sink in and she watched that queen go under so she's standing up on a hill. Yes you can see the river below and she knows that her man by you. Sam is on that boat and that going down. There's nothing she can do about it. Nope she can't. It was like thunder. Lightning frightening she was gonNA knock knock knock on wood. Wasn't GonNa do any good Sam stranding in the mighty Mississippi She's just watched that lightening striking. Yeah again yeah yeah. Can you imagine that just watching that so i? I'm imagining that the lightning lightning hit the the boat. And that's why it went under because Just go is it or is it just going down in the storm. Why figures just a storm. I mean it could be happened to the Edmund Fitzgerald. It just randomly went down as well. I don't remember if we got an answer on that. I don't remember I don't know if it said why it sank but yeah I I mean again I think this is. This is just a storm and look is. It was a long time ago so did he didn't take much for a boat to sink back then. No yeah if we're looking at like the mid eighteen. Hundreds late eighteen. Hundreds look there were just maritime broadcasters. Yeah they were like well. It was your fault for being on a boat. I don't know what to tell you. They they basically were just a few decades out from like. Hey you guys so this would stop floats. But if we like put in the water pretty cool and then we could gamble and then we've got away for someone to invent football and we are off to the land back from the comfort of our home guys. What if like gambling on a boat is pretty awesome? But what if there was a place where there was literally no water? And we gamble there. Think about that whether late real a bad cold are no water like literally none like we. I mean you gotTa bring it like. It is environmentally damaging. How much water you have to bring into this place? And they were just like founds and stuff. The places like total jerks. Have I guess we do that? But then why my waltzing on the Edge of the river now. This is why you're not a visionary by you Sam sort of my thing I like to Walton. The mud jammed. I like me desert. Joe Plan this desert. Joe Bugsy Siegel I think so. So yeah so anyway. This poor woman watching her lover die and then As as the boat sinks and then she curses the soul of the Mississippi Queen. That pulled her man away because it literally pulled him down under the water. Yeah this one's legit and there and just to this day like going through it again like I really like the idea of her cursing this old Mississippi Queen because the boat took him away to gamble and then like just took him away forever. Yeah like I guess. I liked that reading. It's a good reading. We'll get it's good and we've never. We've never done a song where people were like on a boat and everything worked out. Well they've got to those well. No no no no. Somebody's always drowning or dying or something. I get ready next week. We're next episode. We're going to just do the themes onto love boat. Okay I guess something has to come out of it. Oh Rachel you've never heard that second verse. Never stop hearing the screams in my dream. Uh the whole thing takes place in captain Stevens memory. Did we not to rock the boat by the Hues Corporation No because I feel like that was a pretty fun. Little Boat trip. I guess so. It's not at all say except I guess they're going to rock the boat or not rock. The Boat Beja Ronca vote. Or don't tip the boat over. Yeah but isn't that? But that's about a break-up rate they're saying don't rock the boat. Ooh That's what I'm sure. It's just about a boat. Okay like the like the story in the song is like like you know. Don't rock the boat baby in. She's like okay. Yeah I guess I'll sit down and you know that's a good idea because don't rock the boat tip the boat over. Oh no you make a good point. Yeah Yeah we don't want to. We don't want to just be smooth sailing and this has been our safety video here at the US. Coffee anything else. Did we give enough time to this? Poor woman literally going insane. What she going to do. And what are you GONNA do? She'll get over it fine first of all. She's on top of a hill during a lightning storm. That's a terrible idea. She she doesn't have much time anyway. So it's not gonNA matter. She'd probably get hit by lightning seconds later literally second. I'm standing here under the tallest tree. I can find. Yeah with my metal umbrella and my next week she'll be going out with by Brad so she'll be fine. Yeah there's always an there's you know what they say there's always more fish in the by you so she'll find someone else so expanding universe well first of all she and Brandy. Yeah must have a support group right. I mean they have life Lou. Water has not been a friend to either of them. No so I hope. They're at least pen pals you don't you think both of them just like move inland. For God's sake that's true Find Somebody who works on a ranch or something away from the coast ladies and get away from the coast or you're not going to lose somebody to the C. On Land Yeah definitely not on land to the planes. Don't don't even don't even have a pool. Yes to stay away from water altogether. She she loses her husband to. He's just sort of sitting on a raft. He's like I can't even see I'm GonNa see this if the story song podcast expanded universe rules rule number one. Stay away from water. Basically stay away from any mode of transportation. We've had a lot of car. Accidents veterans boats singing train incidences. Yeah Yeah because even in the gambler that guy just dies on the train chiller Gambler So yeah the the expanded universe. This guy's clearly the gambler right. Oh no wait. The gambler dies on the train. So maybe he faked his death to. Oh what have you got off the boat? Yeah Oh yes. She found it. Yeah Yeah. Train is him escaping. Ooh have any good. I like this. I like this expanded universe and then she finds him and murders him on the train. Yeah works for me all right I buy it sold. I did have one more. Okay okay I think. Evangeline is Pearl from. Pearl's a singer for you. Think every every song. No I'm saying I'm finally standing up for myself and I know every every story Song Pearl. Okay it doesn't make sense pros from England or something. She's not from maritime pros not even blooming pro turbo name pros like I mean we know her name Vanja Lead Pearl. Come on thinking when she after she killed the guy on the train she escaped and change her name to Pearl. Got A job in a nightclub. We we're going to cut your Mike Off Pearl Michael. I'm not angry. I'm just disappointed. I mean maybe you know we're brandy vander together. Maybe by SAM and brandies love. Maybe they know each other you know just they just bond over of water you know they have like yeah like you know like a like an. Aol Chat Room where they all hang out. So maybe this is the guy who gets murdered in the belly of a whale. Yeah no maybe they all they all just live in Atlantis under the beautiful. Yeah and there's there's something about the song that just reminds me of and I don't think any of the characters are related. Although maybe he's evangeline grows older. It reminds me of odes. Billie Joe in a weird way. Okay go on lane. I don't know just like it. Seems like kind of old timey mysterious and like what really happened sort of thing. Okay maybe tone in tone in like yeah. I don't know it's I mean. Also present really serious death than yeah. Yeah presumably Billie Joe. That's the name right. Billie Joe jumped into the water. So maybe he was going to join the mermaids down below that's true that's true. The movie splash. Maybe the Mississippi Queen was on its way under the Tallahassee Bridge And he jumped onto. He jumps onto the river built. Here's like Hey Harnett. A hole in the boat and the boat sank. The boat sank Billie Joe caused the sinking of the Mississippi. There we go done. We've done folks well. This is our last episode. Because we've we've run out. We figured out everything. We want the bigger all right. Let's take a quick break when we come back. We'll talk about the history of this song with story behind the story that I'm hungry hungry. I'm dead the PODCASTS. Were Nerdy Dad's talk nerdy fats. We talk life entertainment and give rise to those who never ask for it like anytime I do anything. My brother called me thought. What do I do or best college degree for a Super Villain Soco's smash that like button? Find US wherever podcast live. I wear that Jerry. A magical place called the Internet like Spiderman and Elsa Shipping Videos Dad. I'm hungry wait all right. We're back it's time for story behind the story. How did the story come to be Rachel? Yes tells the story of Evangeline and her her tragic tale of of watching watching a perfectly good boat sink. Just the story of a lady Evangeline was written by Robbie Robertson of the band fame It was released it on the last waltz album which was released April sixteenth. Nineteen seventy eight It wasn't released. This version was not released as a single and a two things right off the bat because we spoke about them Just FOR OUR F. Y THE MARITIMES. are also called the maritime provinces Or the Canadian maritimes and it's the region of eastern Canada consisting of New Brunswick Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. So that's where she's from and the reason that's significant is that Robbie Robertson is Canadian Masdar to three fifths of the band. I believe yeah so. There are a lot of their stuff is about Canada. Or you know the North Northeast. Or you know it's it's very Americana their stuff so they almost all their sons have something Canadian in it. Even if it's a know it's interesting that you say that because this song it's almost weird for me to hear that it's like that it was written by somebody. Relatively contemporary like to me. It always sounded very like almost like traditional why go was written in the eighteen. Hundreds or something right so in a in an interview that he gave Two classic albums in Nineteen ninety-seven Robbie Robertson said. It was a piece of America. That was just more musical. I have no idea why but when I first went there when I was sixteen years old and I. I got off the bus in Arkansas. He's talking about the south. It hit me right away. It's it smelled. You could smell the music the air you can taste it. You could hear everything right away. I said I get it and it does sound very very old but it is from one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. The first time it was ever sung was specifically by the band and it was debuted on during their last waltz concert. Which for those. Who Don't know. The last waltz was the last concert that the band ever gave. Before they stopped touring together. It was a huge celebration on Thanksgiving Day in nineteen seventy six It had a star studded lineup. I mean everybody was there. And also Neil diamond so every. Michael it was like a bunch of rock people and then Neil diamond showed up every nobody knew why. There's a whole thing. The reason that he showed up we speak says the song he sang. Dry Your Eyes Robbie Robertson had produced and the rest of the band and most everybody else was. There was kind of annoyed that Neil diamond was there because it didn't match their sort of southern rock. Sensibilities yeah so it was just so it was so like Like out of left field that he started seeing the song great song by the way but it was random it was super random is yeah go ahead. Was the the concert staged for the film or was the film just like a documentary of the concert. The film was a documentary of the concert. I think they they worked in concert together. Robbie was really Robbie Robertson's baby to have an album to have it be a Documentary to bring Scorsese N by that point. There was a little animosity especially between him and leave on helm because of songwriting credits. And things like that so But it was it was mostly Robbie Robertson who wanted to do the actual documentary of it. I mean we should also say Osceola say I mean. Obviously Watts very famous. It is easily one of the best concert films of all time directed by Martin Scorsese. Which are the you mentioned? But you know she bears. Repeating can't believe he never made another movie after that we will write. Louise wonder this guy I mean obviously not some Schlub. I mean this is. Brian Scorsese and yeah. I just wanted to make that clear. I mean it's it's terrific. I am a huge just to to let everybody know. I'm a huge fan of the band Which I watched the last murder you. Hey I think it's a big deal. That's the first time I did that. I was the second time he did it. I did oh okay fine. It hasn't been every five minutes. She's a great deal of restraint. On my part evangeline. This version is actually the second version that was done. The first version was during the live concert and Emmylou Harris was not there. They did it but the For a number of reasons the footage was messed up and also there was a there. Were issues with the audio. They didn't release it that part of the actual concert. They didn't release. This version was part of it was done on a A sound stage as part of something called the last waltz suite and that included the song called. The last waltz was which is an instrumental. It's this song. Evangeline which they added Emmylou Harris and then also they did a sound stage version of their classic song. The weight with The school singers which is phenomenal. It's amazing yeah so basically. What happened was after the concert The they scorsese had to like do other projects and Robbie Robertson started to like tinker around with the bigger concept and they decided to add these songs back in to do on a sound stage and then be able to work with these other people so in the in the movies like they they make no. There's no illusion about the fact that this is on a sound stage. This is a studio record like they don't pretend like they're like they don't cut to like shots of the audience in no no. You're not pretending that it's that it's actually part of the live performance not at all. It's completely different at an actually. There's a point where they pull away and you see the sound stage you see the stage in the middle of this big sound stage you see the crew everybody It's pretty cool. When the album? When the album was released it was released as a three record album Sides one through five of the album consisted of songs taken from the concert and then side six comprised of the last waltz suite which we're all the new numbers that were filmed on the sound stage available on three. Lp's or compact disc that's right. That's that's right. They did some overdosing tapes. They did some overdubbed at village. Recorders and And Shangri la studios but recently bootleg versions of all of the footage. Have come out and you they so you can now see the original versions of Evangeline as well as Full versions of Chess Fever King Harvest Shirley CL- come and Georgia on my mind. It's I mean listen I I mean the band love it. The ban has a lot of bootlegs so yes. Pricing guys know their their albums albums of of signs that they wrote in recorded and never released because they also were They were only around as a band for about eight or nine years And they became so incredibly influential though they were together basically in their same form for about twenty years because they were working together. And I guess we'll get into it now. They were founded in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight in nineteen sixty eight but they performed nearly together for nearly ten years prior to that The band consists of Robbie Robertson. Leon Helm Rich Rick. Danko Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson Robbie Robertson and leave on home Wrote most of their Music Robbie Robertson is also the tourist. He's phenomenal. He's widely known as one of the best. The taurus that's ever lived leave on helm. Were did mostly Drums Danko was on Was ON BASS Richard. Manuel was on Keyboards drums much. Rather stuff. And then garth Hudson was this super is the super eccentric. Sort of every like every instrument like genius He mostly played the organ for them. They don't John Song. Lebron was named for leave on Hill. Yes it was it was. He's incredible we can do a whole like I mean. They did a documentary on him. But you could do a whole we could do a whole podcast. Just leave on him Originally the band were Were a backing band. Known as the Hawks who performed with rockabilly singer Ronnie Ronnie Hawkins who was heard in the last waltz on the amazing song. Who Do you love and is still around by the way basically they one by one came into the Hawks Robbie Robertson started and then they kept on adding in in sixty four. They left Hawking's and toured briefly as Leon in the Hawks and the Canadian squires I can see why they settled on the band. Because this here's the thing great songwriters. Great Musicians not so good at picking band names. These are pretty lame. Lock the Hawks. Were that was that was Ronnie Hawkins Band. I understand the Canadian. Unique wires sounds like dish before guys and sweaters singing. Do up one hundred percents. I didn't I don't think they did a Lotta singles as the Canadian. Swire's okay they really didn't hit prominence until he became the backing band four Bob Dylan Min sixty five And on his US and world towards sixty five sixty six Following those tours the band moved into moved to Saugerties New York and made some informal recordings called the baseman tapes. Which are huge Dan? You're sort of saying they're like a big sort of for first big bootleg thing because it was just messing around well and also I believe Dylan had been in a motorcycle accident and so was just hanging out so basically. They spent like six months just hanging around the house. But as you can imagine when you have like Robertson Lebron Helm and Bob Dylan. They wrote like fifty songs a day and then at the end of her just like one or two of these pretty good. We'll put it on an album but there was like a million songs that later got released demos of them just like messing around and again when you have three guys like that and the rest of the band who are also very good just like messing around like you're still like this is like the best music I've ever heard and there's the crap that you throw away and there's and at that point there was a lot there's a lot of music in that that they sort of there's a. There's a couple of songs from that time period that there are a Bob Dylan versions of and the band versions of Right. Because they were just playing together and a lot of that came together Some of that was the basis for their debut album music from big pink. Which was the name of the House was? Pink was the name of the house which is a phenomenal phenomenal Record the band I mean again this is. I'm doing a short shrift to the band. Only because I could talk about them for a very long time. Yeah 'cause they're incredible but they went onto released ten studio albums over the next eight years and they became one of the classic rock bands generation with songs like the weight the night they drove old. Dixie down this wheel's on fire up on CRIPPLE CREEK. And it makes no difference. Which is it makes. No difference. A heartbreaking song. I love it And but they ended their Final configuration in seventy six with the with the last waltz Performance at winter ballroom and San Francisco. It became a a happening great because it wasn't just a concert. It was also. They had a full Thanksgiving dinner. They had people doing ballroom dancing. There was like a stage. Set from like La- Traviata from the San Francisco Opera. It was a whole thing and they continue to keep working on some studio projects but they drifted apart in seventy seven. Like I said there was a lot of animosity between specifically between Robbie Robertson Leon Helm but they did in the eighties Start performing again as the band under different iterations without Robertson Without Robbie Robertson. Who went on his own thing and become a music producer and things like that they they're only to Members of the band who are still Still with US still living After a performance in Florida in eighty six Richard Manuel Committed suicide at age. Forty two in his motel room. They went on after that to they did perform at Woodstock Ninety four and they were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame that same year The remaining members were there except for leave on him who decided not to go on December tenth nineteen ninety nine Days after a brief Tour Rick. Danko died in his sleep at his home in watertown. New York Do Heart failure but really do two years of alcoholism and heavy drug use and leave on how Continued he has he had an amazing amazing comeback. He got throat. Cancer could not sing but he worked his way through and he got his voice back. He put an album out called dirt farmer and won a grammy after he came back from having throat cancer which is incredible and he would do these things called the midnight ramble up at his farm in. Woodstock in twenty twelve He died due to complications from the throat. Cancer AT AGE. Seventy one so the only people Original members of the band who are still alive are Robbie Robertson who just put out another documentary called Once we're brothers and garth Hudson who is. I'm assuming just making weird organ music now. Oh yeah he's the phantom offer right right so the other person who was in who was who was in. This song is Somebody named Emmylou Harris who we do that. Can I just ask a question? Of course wheels on fire is that the theme song from absolutely fabulous. You know what I think it is. I think that's because British shows all have weird theme songs don't know why original British office has like that David Bowie Song. But it's like really slow really slow cover and it's like really bad it's like I don't know what they're thinking over there with. Thieves is but anyway well the original themes onto Downton Abbey was pinball wizard but it was played. Backwards was very weird yes. It was very very strange and yet somehow it worked somehow totally. It's amazing who really really amazing very classy and really compelling anyway. Oh and one last thing about the song. Evangeline version of it is they played around with what's who was playing what instruments usually like. I said leave on helm was the drummer but he was playing. Mandolin on this And Singing Richard. Manuel played the drums. So that was a little bit of a mix up to their regular lineup and then rick. Danko was the other Vocalist on an anyway. Back to Emmylou Harris. I'm going to say too much about Emmylou Harris mostly because I'm going to guess we probably are going to me at some point but I will say that She was born in forty seven and she's American singer. Songwriter and musician She released dozens of albums and singles. over course career. She has won fourteen grammys. She is a polar music prize and numerous other honors including the induction to the country Music Hall of fame and she was presented with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in twenty eighteen. She has a an amazing version of this song. Call on her APP. Same named album. Evangeline the backup singers are also okay on the on that album. They are Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt. They Studio There Studio Studio Musicians. Always time talking about the backup singers. Okay Yeah I so Richard throw in shade at the backup singer. Jeez yeah she yes so in So she so. She release sort of Angelina album so the album version of the song was the track was attracting. The trio sessions with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt Dolly Parton and Linda ronstadt record companies would not allow their vocals to be used on the single so Harris to rerecord the song Singing all three parts for the single release. Yes there was a whole thing. They they did famously. The trio album in nineteen eighty seven. But that was after at least a decade of trying I mean besides scheduling. Get the record companies to agree to do it to work together. Yeah which is crazy. It's like a powerhouse but I guess they were under three different record companies. I mean so. The oldest one wanted to fight so so that's all. I'm going to say about Emmylou Harris because we're we're going to again probably doing Emmylou Harris Song So I don't want know what can I can. I jump in my hair. You can of course jumping cause disease jam. You have the on the album. In addition to the title track Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton sings backup on an amazing version of Mister Sandman. Oh Yes oh. Yeah that was. She reached top forty on the billboard pop charts with it. Yeah it's so good and they. The three of them worked together. Prior to the trio album in one thousand nine hundred seven and then sequel in nineteen ninety nine. They contrary to they worked together. That's three to thirty two. They worked together sort of constantly on and off throughout the years. Emmylou Harris first appeared on Linda. Ronstadt heart like a wheel album. She did Harmony vocals on. I can't help it if I'm still in love with you. I Know Linda Ronstadt too but I think Harris also recorded Dolly Parton songs. Yeah the three of them worked together on a bunch of other tracks. Emmylou Harris has a Christmas album. I think from like nineteen seventy nine and called light of the stable backing vocals on the title track. Are Linda Ronstadt Dolly Parton? And you'll young. It's crazy why not yeah. Well H- Emmylou Harris are also has a reputation of being a real jerk. No Dacian for doing a lot of guests work in collaboration with people And she's contributed to albums by a lot of people including You said Linda Ronstadt Guy Clark and Neil young and amongst many many others including the last waltz with the band. I mean I'd recommend is in nineteen seventy five on her prisoner in disguise album Linda Ronstadt recorded a song called the sweetest gift and emily. Harris did harmony vocals on that. And I think it's nineteen seventy seven Dolly Parton had a variety show and Linda. Emmy lewer guests on it and they did that songs. A trio and it is beautiful The the video is on Youtube. It's well worth watching. Yeah and I will say one more thing about her Collaborations going back to another Another stories on podcast person. She has done duets with Mr. Steve Earle Oh Yeah Yeah. They were touring together and yeah they toured together and I make a very ignorant and superficial point. Of course Emmylou Harris Great Name Gray and good good name and I love a person who like they have the perfect name for what they are heard him like should be Harris. Like it's one hundred percent when you're like you hear saying you're like yeah that makes sense that's like that is that's what her name should be. Nailed it the other thing I would say is if you had Linda Ronstadt on your Bingo Card. You can check it off now. I'm sorry we didn't. We didn't mention Mike Nasmyth and maybe next time we did get parole though so wrong. Pro I think is like the center. She's the she's the Freebie Yup but one thing one other thing I will say about Lou Harris Long God. She has one of the most beautiful voices. Yeah in history. I mean listen I like I said I love the band and the version from the concert is fine. It's also the first time they performed it together right. So that's also an issue but the addition of Emmylou Harris's voice mixing with Leon Helm and Rick. Danko is just perfection it is it makes it makes it so much better and elevates it so much you would never even think that that would that it would go any other way it has to be. It has to be them singing it together with. There's there's definitely something to be said. An emmylou Harris has a really good example. This Linda Ronstadt too. But like there's you know there there are people obviously who have amazing solo voices and they do but like it takes a special skill to be a really good harmony singer 'cause that elevates a song so much where like you hear. Emmylou Harris singing in this. It's her distinct vocals but like to be able to sing side by side with somebody else just changes the song all right. I'm going to call it here close. We can obviously go on for many hours. Yes I'm like I said we gotta keep it. It's not this is not going to be our last song by the band or less song. By emmylou Harris. We'll be back. I'm so let's call this part one. Yeah all right. We'll take another quick break. We come back and talk about the lesson we learned from this song will segment that. We like to call me. Check your a lessons learned. There's only one thing missing from the story. Song podcast pictures. You can fix that by following US on Instagram. Story Song podcast. You'll find album covers the songs we've done behind the scenes photos new episode announcements and more get the full experience. Follow Story Song podcast on Instagram. Ray Welcome back. It's time for lessons. Learned went lesson to be learned from this song Michael let's start with you. Let's learn from this song. I learned if you're married to or dating a riverboat Gambler and he tells you when he's going to come back. Check the weather forecast. Because if there's going to be a storm that night just tell him to meet you at home like don't go out and wait for him because if you wait by the side of the river. You're probably going to see some stuff that you don't WanNa see. Okay you gotta protect yourself as well. Yeah yeah that's true. You can't unsee that boat sinking also like there's GonNa be a storm. Tell him take all your chips put in a bag rohit towards assure the very least I can get. I can try to grab some of that money. I mean look. I don't want you to die but you know. Why should you be dead at me? Poor like maybe we can get this done. So why should both of US suffer exactly? I mean you're not gonNA use it right a Rachel would you? Yeah well what I learned. Is that if you're gonNA Waltz on the banks of the mighty Mississippi invest in some dude galoshes. 'cause IT'S GONNA get real muddy and messy and You WanNa wear nice shoes but I can tell you you can't wear heels you're gonNA sink right and to those banks of the Mississippi so just invest in some good quality like hunter galoshes. Yeah I was trying to think I guess it really isn't a good dance. You could do on a muddy river bank right. I mean pretty much anything. You'RE GONNA sank into the into the mud right. Yeah you definitely don't want to do like a robot. Oh You I'll say you definitely don't want to do like stomp rate because they're gonNA sink right in. Yeah yeah yeah yeah but maybe like if you just move your feet you could do like the walk. You know you're GONNA care on. Ironically you can't do river dance. That's no oh my gosh true true. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I mean that that Dan started with trying to get the mud off their feet. They were just kinda fourth then. It turned into a dance but originally it was just wiping their feed off of their Yuck and it went with a little thing like gross off me I hate. I hate living by this river so much. We'll call there's a river dance because the river got an idea. How about we do like Solid floor dance. Here's I would say if you live by a river. Don't call that river mighty called like puny stupid. Mississippi called the mighty Mississippi. It's GonNa Start. Getting Ideas Erin saying too big for its Britches. Yeah and that goes back to the thing that I always say you guys now I say this all the time always neg a river rate. Yep Always River do not do not do not give it any praise and they'll start getting ideas and then it's GonNa start taking notes and then when you're like what do you think. What do you think you're doing it'll be like I'm the mighty Mississippi from you should've expected I'm mighty like you guys always tell me so if I a couple of boats whatever that's like my thing he okay hello and also like and look. I don't mean to stereotype but everybody knows that rivers are jerks okay. Street streams are nice and Riverside Jerks so do not be. Don't do not praise a river or it's definitely going to think about with your gambling lover on lover of gambling lover of gambling and gambling lover and also Donald Glover. Okay so much for listening to this story song. Podcast follow us on the social media like facebook twitter instagram. And also leave us a five star review and apple podcasts. If you can thank you guys again for listening Dan mcenery. I'm Rachel OAKES. Michael Gazelle back next time with another great story song for listening and good bye bye Our theme music was written and performed by Jason Flowers. You can follow him on twitter at Jason Flowers with Z. Some of our bumper music was provided by Purple Planet. Music find them at Purple Dash Planet Dot Com. Our logo was designed by Dan. Gather for even more great stuff from the stories on. Podcast like us on facebook. Follow us on twitter at story underscore song and on Instagram at stories on podcast. And don't forget to leave us. A five star review on Apple podcasts. We'll be back next time with another great story song. Thanks for listening. Just just goes back to our holler conversation from a while back where it's like. All these things have name so. I don't quite know what they feel. You gotta be born into it. You gotta fill it in your phones. You just got to be able to look at it and he goes to buy you. That's symbolic is. Is that Marshall Swallow. It's clearly a by. That's that's a marsh like they're all different yet. Somehow US elite northerners. We cannot see the difference for all you know is just it's stinky water forge audio dream it Sharon.

Mississippi Emmylou Harris evangeline Mississippi Queen Robbie Robertson Riverboat Gambler Michael Gazelle Dan Linda Ronstadt US murder Sam Drums Danko Rachel Leon Helm Rich Rick Lou Harris Edmund Fitzgerald Danko Richard Manuel Evangeline Who
13: Should You Eat Bambi or Bamboo, How to Avoid Loneliness, and Why the Happy and Successful Play Catch and Release

REAL AF with Andy Frisella

2:13:35 hr | 1 year ago

13: Should You Eat Bambi or Bamboo, How to Avoid Loneliness, and Why the Happy and Successful Play Catch and Release

"Hey come on going to watch. The project spoke only way one eighty two fifty. What's up guys for so? And this is the show for the real abide in the lies the fakeness and delusions of modern society and welcome to motherfucking reality as always. I'm joined by my handsome EST OF CO hosts Dj Dj God otherwise known as Von. The dude you got a Valentine's glow in your face. Hey man it's. It is the fifteenth of February. Valentine's Day was yesterday. You still walking around hearts in your eyes and Shit I know man. Hey I got a I got a fourth daughter coming in. What couple six weeks? Five weeks or girls that didn't make me That didn't keep me from making my wife pregnant another time a second time. I made her re pregnant. You know I go to the direction I wanted to do. You guys celebrate Valentine's or what do you do? We're going to kind of do that today. Yeah just because of you know my I think in the last well certainly in the last three years but probably in the last seven years. I can't tell you the last time we went to a black tie affair so the fact that we're going to the first thing tonight with all of you guys. She's really excited about our our first forum. Awards banquet ceremony that we do once a year. Five six hundred people. Everybody comes up. We Ward are key people and performers in. Good time. It's all you know what's cool. You're gonNA notice this too. It's cool to see all the guys because a lot of these guys dude. It's the first time they ever put on talks. Yeah you know what I mean is generally really cool. Yeah I had to go pretty standard classic tax living in a small town. So powders Luke's Raffles. W WE'LL DUMBER dumber action. Yeah exactly by the way. I've worn my wife that there'd be like tons of hot women there tonight who all wanted pictures with me too. Well that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's an inside joke. So we have a very special guest today. Why don't you introduce her? Yeah we are excited. Have Dr Gabrielle. Lyon with US and You know what I know. You don't want me to brag on your Brag on you anyway So basically Dr Line. You're a functional medicine. Doctor Your board certified in Family Medicine. Right and You went to Arizona College of osteopathy which I'm a big believer in osteopathic because of my wife is an osteopath and you also went to Washington University in St Louis. Which if you guys don't know that is like a cream of the crop type of School and in fact. I think if I'm not mistaken it's ranked number one medical school in the nation but It was at one point. You got like a nutritional science fellowship. Nutritional Science I did and medicine and Geriatrics. That's awesome well And then if I'm getting this wrong forgive me. But you specialize in muscle metabolism and body composition. Which means you help people get swale. Yeah right yes I do. But in general you are just a very very very intelligent woman. That's why we had you on here and that's what I wanted to hit okay. You guys don't understand is is that. She's one of the smartest people that I personally know. And we want to bring smart people on the show. So she's here and one of the cool things that she does is help with the health and the overall fitness and conditioning of all branches of special forces so for the United States. So that's something that's really cool. You guys should know too but I'm happy to have her on really for the sake of conversation. Yeah thanks for making the trip down here. Happy to be here. This is a second time. We flew with the baby. Yeah go good. Yeah Yeah so. We have a trick. We dress her really cute. If you've ever vodka dealer a little hat that's really cute. So then when she screaming and crying. Everyone's like Oh man the baby. Do you know that not? Everyone's like Oh. Yeah the baby. There's still like shut the fuck totally one hundred percents so so with you being married to a navy seal. I love the direction you went with the name of your girl. So you WANNA share with everybody. So her name is aries. Hunter Aries Hunter and who is aries aries? Got Of war after war. We're trying to keep that under wraps but yeah all right well I'm super impressed by that. But listen so speaking of husbands and and And Marriage and babies and all that obviously last last week was Valentine's Day and so While we'RE NOT GONNA STAY. You know slavishly to the to the subject of love and relationships. I just thought give everybody a little preview of what to expect in our in our conversation I I. I read a recent survey that that basically shared some pretty startling results about what women think in America and It's super relevant to everybody who doesn't want to die alone and be unhappy So we're GONNA talk about that today. A little bit Given your expertise to Dr Gabriel There is a war going on in America. It is an intense war. There's a war for the heart and soul of America. Actually technically I think it would be the the mouth and the stomach of America. We're GONNA talk about that too why it's relevant everybody who actually continues to live by eating which is pretty much everybody other than those who are. Fed intravenously which I think is probably a very small percentage of our our country's so we're going to talk about that and talk about why fucker by so fat. We could talk about that. Yeah that we could talk about that and then we also talk about why. Everybody now thinks that it's okay. Just throw science out the window of every single diet in the face of the earth. Yeah make up Shit. I think we'll probably experts out there. It's a pretty outrageous. Yeah so after we talk about the last thing I want to talk about is is epidemic. It's actually sweeping the country And it's not the corona virus but this epidemic is is in many ways just as dangerous and affects people at really strikes at the heart of what it means to be human beings. So that is what we're GONNA cover in a way that nobody else on the planet can cover. But but before we start. I actually have one of two questions that I want you all to To answer the first question is what is the most embarrassing date. You've ever been on or horrible date you've ever been on or just anything involving a romantic situation. That was super embarrassing or the other question that you would like to opt for the other question. The other question is give us give us what you think is the greatest pit move you know like just the greatest pimp move like how to make your self attractive you start okay all right. Nazi so the worst date and I think that this is universal. These are the guys all the news talk about themselves. Truly as if they are the most interesting man in America. Nine just brutal. So is that frequent? Well I mean obviously I haven't been dating for a while but yeah I don't think that's necessarily guys. I think that's people right now. Yeah you know what I've noticed from the social media. I'm old enough to know what it was like before the social media craze hit and a lot of the younger people you know they don't really remember because they weren't around and I think it's a greatly accelerated the level of narcissism in in our in our society. It seems that it's really hard to have a conversation where someone just doesn't. WanNa like bull barf out all the good shit about themselves time. It's kind of weird is where you know. It's really interesting. And then they believe their own hype. And that's what's even weirder. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Do you mean like these motherfuckers on instagram. That have one point seven million followers and they get four thousand comments on their fuck and posts and and no one knows who the fuck they are right and then all of a sudden they walk around with their chest puffed out like there's some kind of do just because you went and bought a bunch of fake shit right and it makes it look like online so everybody knows who you are. It doesn't mean that everybody knows who the fuck you are. Yeah or that you've done any of the work that is required to get there. You ever wonder like how is it possible that you could actually pay for all those followers and that and that you know deep down that ninety eight percent of your followers or bots but you still feel good about that role I. I don't think they fell. Can you do either unless you live in fucking fear? And they're waiting for the shoe to drop where they're GONNA get fucking call it. Yeah I'm sure that's a terrible way to live because dude I mean. I can't imagine what that would feel like to like literally be pretending to be something that you're not and then charging money to talk about those things it's just we're man is weird to me that the government has come in and like just put some of these motherfuckers jail to make a point. Yeah like scan. Yeah but I mean dude broad it totally wrong but the but we're getting off track with this but I mean the it's I think it's what you said. I think people start to believe their own shit and then all the sudden like stocking to make a true man and then see these same guys and girls like throwing events and having parties and doing these things like they're celebrities like. Oh boy Saturday nights my birthday party and they make like a fucking flyer for it. It's like do what the fuck is going on when I was growing up. You fucking Saturday night. Was your birthday. It's still do mccaw three my boys. I'M GONNA say. Hey let's go be fucked up. You know what I'm saying like. Oh we're not making a fucking well actually Madonna and I might make a flyer but it'll be for us to send back and forth to each other bits ourselves that we're cool. Well we don't fucking it's just weird man like there's weird shit going on. Yeah Yeah what what is going on like people are people are going to great lengths to prove that. There's somebody that there's significant but my in Creole. Like how much better would the world be? If people were just be somebody to the people right next to him. Yeah I think that's great. That's and that's the most important. That's the point right. You WanNa be someone star with the people right here next to you. Let's let's do something for them. If you really know all the Shit you say you know. Aren't you helped motherfuckers? You know in real life you know but people don't WanNa do that work anymore. They don't WanNA grind out for ten years or twenty years. I made a story yesterday about Kris myself when we were starting our business the first ten year like people think this is bullshit like we're making it up and the first years. I'm business man. We fucking fifty grand each. I can fucking prove it year one through three zero bucks okay. Three through ten six hundred ninety five dollars a month. That's truly how we did it. And then when I say that people are like. Whoa how the fuck did you survive while motherfucker? I worked other jobs to keep my business open. That doesn't make any sense. You know but look where we are now. You know what I mean. People just aren't willing to do that. They have all this technology all these things that their disposal where they can literally connect with different people in a meaningful way hundreds of times a day but they choose not to do it and instead they wanNA pretend like they're a fucking celebrity and everybody owes them the conversation or the interest or the you know whatever it is their attention the likes the shares. That whatever you know people don't oh you that shit just because you have a million followers that you fucking bought doesn't mean people are gonNA listen to you you know so. We have a situation right now. Going on where I think people are just fucking loss man. I think people are really lost. They've lost the ability to communicate and care about the people right next to him and instead prefer to put out this image that they think's going to improve their existence when reality all it does is take away from their existence because he's taken away from their soul. You know what I mean Dude. If you're making up all this shit and you're trying to be something that you're not gonNA wear you down and on the inside because you know you're fucking lion and that's GonNa Kill Your Confidence. It's going to kill yourself esteem. It's GonNa make you up uber paranoid all these different things like dude if people would just start here and here and here and it'd be and learn how to be good at him you know people were probably listen and it would start to grow. You know what I mean. Yeah Fuck Dude. I was right and Shit on facebook in two thousand fucking nine. It was getting three fucking likes. You know what I'm saying like nobody gave a shit but here we are ten plus years later in it's different and people just aren't willing to accept that that's how it works. It just does. I don't know anybody in life who's literally made something of themselves and it hasn't taken them a decade one hundred percent and that goes back to this epidemic of Bullshit that we're hearing society about nutrition and health and wellness. People haven't done the work right. They don't they haven't done ten twenty thirty years of the work right but but they're relevant European is not relevant. That's right it's gratification you. It's irrelevant information. And so for example. I'll give you an example so you know on my instagram. I feel very passionately about Just health and wellness. Because I care about people you know me I fucking care about their life. Yeah do do. That's one of my favorite things about you and I told you yes I care deeply I mean I have invested people invest in peripheral things. I've invested in myself hundreds and thousands hundreds and thousands of dollars in debt to invest in my education. So I can serve other people truly and psychoses things that are that I know are very well. Vetted and validated that scientists the laws of science. And you know. I've spent time learning this studying this from the best and I get tons of comments from seventeen year old girls or guys about how I'm lying I'm funded by the industry all this bullshit right. Yeah as if their opinion is relevant. Right right it's not relevant. Even if even if they have a couple of hundred thousand followers. Well that's what they think makes them relevant. I know but this is the problem that we shiny everybody's so quick to just want to have the answer and be right versus actually taking the time to listen. Yeah and putting it you've been in business for. How long have you been in one year so your time you put in time? You've earned it. You've earned the right to have a platform and to have an opinion that people listen to. I kind of chuckle. When I hear you say that their criticism is that. Oh years paid by the industry. While I'm pretty sure that there are tons of people industry that hey you know what I'm saying. Yeah they're promoting the establishment that comes from people wanting to be an expert before they've done the fucking work right you know they want to do a. Lotta these things like you know. I understand like okay. Let's just talk about vegans for just one second all right. I understand why you why you believe in that. I truly get it. I truly get why you believe and why you live that lifestyle. I understand dude. I fucking care about animals to and I get it I get it. I get it totally. Get the emotional investment that people but when you stand up and you start saying things that just aren't true it discredits the movement the so like for example like Dude I've been attacked by Vegan people by posting pictures of my dog and then they come on my page. So you don't love your dog fucking me and I'm like well that's some really fucking weird logic but you know I do eat me and I do love my dog and I can do both all right. I'm not barbecue in my fucking dog right like you know but like the there's no logic in any of the arguments and the most I have to say. They're the most abusive and aggressive groups. They truly wanted their message. Should be heard. Now that's not the way to do. I agree and it's a culture problem in their movement. I totally agree with that. I there is now with that being said. There's a lot of vegans. I'm friends with Alli totally get it. And they look at the science and they say okay. I know the science is this but I still choose to do this because I feel. It's the right thing to do. That is a that is okay. But what's not okay is when you force shit out. That's not true. People make decisions based upon that information and they ended up less healthy because of it. And that's the problem they have plus when you attack attack attack attack attack. What's the natural reaction someone when you attack them to resist so if you really care about the Vegan movement you vegans out there listening? Listen I'll get it dude. I make a lot of Vegan products. I try to create the best vegan products on the face of the Earth for you guys. I totally support what you're doing but understand that when you attack attack attack attack you're hurting the moral caused that you're trying to promote totally sold fake and reorganize their methods. They'd be a lot more effective and happier. Yeah so while. We're on that topic. Let's let's just roll with this because this is something that we had We had plans as a topic to discuss. So recent Valentine Survey said that in spite of the fact that everybody dogs on the whole idea of dinner and a movie as sort of uninspiring and boring and Cliche the reality is the vast majority of Americans actually say. Hey just having dinner. Together and chilling is a really really great thing. So you guys are talking about vegans. I mentioned earlier. There's a war going on in America. It's a war for America's mouth and stomach and it has says it's a war for dollar right and it's a war about meat so I think this really ties in to what you guys are talking about already. So let's just go with it. I was going to wait till later to talk about that. But let's start talking about what this war going on right now about. Yeah so it's Like any was saying. There's this ethical dilemma. Where people have this issue with eating meat? But it's it's not about meet right. It's about misinformation and pushing an agenda so you've got two very separate groups you have the people that are really into eating meat and protein and health and then you've got this Vegan Vegetarian Group and It's really divided and so what's happened is we're hearing a lot of false information. That's literally poisoning our country. So what's basically the position of the Vegan people is is animal animals and animal products. Kill you animals and animal products will kill you and the environment is bad for and it's cruel to animals right. That's what I mean. Cruelty year I mean if you take that off the table right animals you do have to kill them to write eat them. That would be really weird to do while they're lives. Yeah right but then the other aspects of that as if it's bad for the environment or bad for your health or total lies. Let's talk about peace later. But let's let's talk a little bit about that. So their contention is that beef is actually. I've actually heard Vegan. Say It's carcinogen rain. You know that's something I hear left and right so let's talk about that. Is Beef bad for you? So no and there's never I mean there's never been any kind of randomized controlled trials or high quality evidence to support that. That's it it's simple. You talk about cancer. Risk Smoking and cancer when you think about what that is. There's a two thousand three thousand increase in the risk of cancer. If you smoke all the data out in you know in the atmosphere if you eat animals and the risk of cancer is and considered not statistically significant so what's motivating them to tell people that it's dentistry industry. It's an it's an angle of fear that they can push into people's brains. That convinces them to go along with their moral agenda. Yes it is immoral agenda manipulating science to to to to promote them and their thinking the thinking behind. Because I've talked to many people that are that are like very responsible. Vegans and they agree. There's a big problem with the being. Yes and with the patients and then people that I take. Yeah and they will tell you that. They are encouraged Vegan VEGAN LEADERS OUT. There are influencers that encourage people to push these things out because they're in their mind. It doesn't matter how the quote unquote murders stop. Whatever it takes to stop the murders. We're GONNA stop them. Stand in front of a truck fucking burn places down whatever. Fuck today okay. So we're that's the mentality it's okay then just make shit up to to polarize people and scare them and fear them. Shame them into a decision. But I'm sorry that's not fucking America and most people don't care about eating beef. They're going to eat a steak and be okay with it. That's right so the other tactics are going to say. It's bad for the environment and bad for your health and you know they're scientists right now and it's really interesting you know. I was trained by scientists. That have a lot of integrity. Dr Donald Laymon. He's one of the Oh Jeez of of protein metabolism and he doesn't care what the answer is he cares about the truth of it. You've got other guys like David Katz and this health initiative where they try to change the biological value of protein literally the biological value and say we'd protein is the same as animal. Protein does not but they have enough funding and enough money behind them. They do studies. That literally are so false. Well they work to change the go ahead. That's something that people need to understand about studies as when you fund a study you could get any fucking answer you want. People realize that there's a million companies out there that will that will study. Do a study for you privately. Basically come out with the answer that you're looking for it's not talked about. It's not spoken about. It's not in writing. But it's an unspoken thing like. Hey we're funding you. We kinda need this answer to come out and then it comes out. You know what I think of when you say that Andy is that. Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't a couple years ago. Or maybe even just within the last year at the Tim. Harrigan Heart Association came out with a thing that basically said that coconut oil coconut oil was bad for you. That corn corn oil was preferable said. Most most doctors like especially functional doctors going. Are you insane like this was so blatant Ganda that talk is just rampant so the American heart association gets money from Processed foods like OATMEAL Where on the other end of the spectrum is commodities like beef and egg? They can't the money doesn't go to sources like the American Heart Association and they're very because they're under the umbrella of the USA. There's they're very limited in what they can say. So all say beef could say is that it's part of a healthy diet whereas they can whereas Processed foods can then give money to the American Heart Association gives millions and then American heart. Association's will say along eat oatmeal. That is scary or corn oil. You know and it's really interesting. The more integrity. The science has for example. It's very hard for industry. Science to come out industry science would be egg and beef and and those kinds of things very difficult to get poor studies published. Because they're under so much scrutiny. Oh so you're saying that's a good thing. Yeah yea yeah other aspects like Andy was talking about So I think the average consumer. I think that this creates a problem. Which is that. We WANT TO TRUST THE PEOPLE IN AUTHORITY. We want to and so it's scary when we find out that there's all so. I have a question because you know sometimes in in in our economy John Go here. Is that we the the the world that we live in a has always been lied to. What's happening now is that the transparency is so fucking easy now and it's so easy to look beyond what people are saying or the marketing message through this that we're starting to figure out that we're we've been manipulated for a long time and that's really what's going on so this isn't new. It's just knew that we know about it is that makes sense. Yeah till sense so so. This shows about talents. Ruth and we are. We do our best not to be biased. Either way politically you know Democrat Republican conservative Liberal. I feel like an American In the in the history of America sometimes there are certain parties. That are more responsible for something bad in America than the other party. But in this case with the with the issue of the way that this is working where you had this these big Companies controlling the the outcome. I feel like both parties are responsible for letting this happen. Is that true you know? I don't know I feel I. I don't know I feel like there's a lot of industry and pharmaceutical funding. Then make things very very confusing and then you have the Americans not doing their part really not taking responsibility for themselves. You got the million follower seventy year old girl just spewing because she read it I don't know she read a read it post. Yeah use now all of a sudden over favorite pop star actually said Ho. This is horrible. You know what if you want to do something because your favorite person does something fucking do it? That's not what we're saying. We're not saying this at all. But no the facts like dude. If you're GONNA do something no that like like years where the problem comes in in my opinion. Let's say you have someone who really wants to be healthy. They want to be healthy. They're sick they want to be healthy and then they read some of this shit okay. That's put out. That isn't true and they say fuck all right well. That sounds pretty good. Because they're ignorant to what's going on right and then the person fouls that and actually use less healthy when their goal is to be more healthy and then they get sick and die. That's not being considered by anybody. It's not being talked about by anybody. And there's a social responsibility. I agree with exactly what you said of American people to put a stop to this stuff. Because it's now right. People are getting sicker. They're not getting healthier right you. You cannot just make up shit because you feel a certain way and because of the way that the Internet has become this thing. Now there's no checks and balances against you know what's the worst thing that can happen to you. Someone posts you on another page says you're full shit. There's no fucking people policing this shit and we have a big problem now because now it's getting into like certain groups of people have figured out that if they stop and scream and shame and yell and fucking make embarrassments and actually use become a pain in the ass. The other people would have shut the fuck up and that's a problem. That's a big problem. So we have a scenario now where people are willing to shout people down that actually know the truth and eventually of smart people. Just shut the fuck just going to say you know what you guys fucking deal. You do your own thing. You're totally right in fact and this is this is become more and more a strategy of people who are out there promoting falsehood that instead of. I'm guessing I'm GonNa Guess about you doc. That that if somebody came onto your page and said listen I respect your position I disagree with it. Here's why I disagree. You would totally respect that person. But I'm guessing that that's not what you get nine times out of ten. You probably get you hate animals. You're an animal hater. Or Cruel. Or your your. There's not an engagement with the facts. There's name calling or people that think they know what they're talking about writing a whole bunch of stuff that's just not true and then it's confusing everybody else right. It's because them verson has some semblance of they sound intelligent. But I don't have time 'cause I actually do the real work and see patients. Yeah I don't have time to sit with these all these social warrior right. So so that's the problem right. We had a problem. Where a lot of mother fuckers weren't doing shit become the social voices for all these different movements and the real experts people who know they're actually busy doing real work real world now. We have a scenario where there's so much misinformation being thrown out there because you have another group that's like dude. I'm not going to sit there and argue a someone on the inter- like I had a guy come at me the other day on on something. I said about supporting trump. Okay like and he came at me with Dude you know I love you but you're fucking insane for you. Know he came in with you. Put Child Kids in cages. And this and that and this and I'm like what I'm like. Okay we'll be specific on what you're saying. Because if he did that I don't know about it right right. And then so. He came in and he came in with some more stuff and I said okay. Well what does that mean like? Why do you think that I'm literally trying to figure out? Like is there some shit? I don't know where this motherfucker put some motherfuckers cage like you know what I mean. No one along the same thing. It was just it was just nonsense and I finally said he finally come back after. I asked him a couple of questions and he said Dude. You're just toying with me. No I'm not toiling with rain I'm trying to I'm trying to make you understand what you're saying is complete bullshit right. And that's the problem. People don't want to accept that their full shit. Yeah and it's I've never seen it before. It's like this confirmation bias. Were you could literally say the sky is blue and someone does not right. No it's really you say it is no fucking world flat. Yeah I mean. Do come on people. I don't want to know I am. Yeah I had this recent experience. I was on national television on the show called the doctors. And you know a lot of the listeners. Probably don't know about it because maybe it's I saw I looked at okay so They invited me out there and I knew what I was getting into. It was five liberal doctors and me and when I say liberal there had an agenda and they were very plant-based which is totally fine and I would literally say. This is a super simple concept. Animal protein is different than plot protein. I mean it's not it's it's fucking it's not as not mind blowing and the guy was just shaking his head you know. It's not cleats guy was a doctor. Yeah Yeah I mean. He's yes he is but he's ipe in his agenda ideology is driving his nose but he knows rationality. It's so he has to literally no where he saying is not true. I'm saying it anyway. Sure you see that's fucked up. I am now so now. I'm on a show with these five other physicians who are all planned paced and giving them facts. And I'm saying you know these. This is the issue. We're not over consuming protein. It's not bad for us. We've never had any studies. Any randomized controlled trials to determine that it is and he said. Well we don't need randomized control trials to determine that running with scissors is bad for our kids. That's the logic. Yes and I said but we have randomized control trials that support. These things are healthy so his asthma but everybody listening and then the way they edited so then here. I'm trying to speak up to protect people. Everybody listening including the doctors to shut down and that is the problem because from the top down. It's wrong it's lies. Well we live in dude right now look man. People don't even have a chance. No they don't because people are so fucking narcissistic and full themselves even have a chance willing. They're not willing to say you know what I don't really know anything about that. Yeah Yeah what I'm saying. Oh you're right like do they say I don't I? Yeah I'm GonNa tell you dude motherfucker. If you think that you're going to bullshit your way through life and somehow come out the other end being successful your fucking sorely mistaken because you will get to a level where the people that are further down the road and you're gonNA recognize your full of Shit and then they kick you off the ladder like climate success ladder in any area whether he'd be building a movement for better whatever. Okay you have a moral agenda that you WANNA push and you start to make up science about shit. That isn't true the smart people are GonNa Fuck and look at you. Say you're full of Shit? Yeah which actually hurts the cause because you want the smart people to actually say. Hey I'm going to adopt this. And if they would just fuck and tell the truth and say dude. I just believe this is the way to do it. I don't believe that killing animals. Some smart people would actually say you know what I actually agree with that but because they lie and because they pushed this shit. It's impossible to get people that are actually intelligent to buy into it. Okay at the that you need to actually spread so these motherfucker whoever's running Vegan movement you motherfucker show hire me show you because you're fucking do that walk saying like yeah if they would just tell the truth and say just say hey we just don't believe it 'cause it's not good enough. I agree I agree. I don't disagree with you at all. Andy I but I do think that the other layer of this is that it's not just about people who are smart. It's about people who are smart and are willing to tell the truth because clearly those doctors that were talking to you. They're smart people. They're just not willing to tell the truth now they're willing to brainwash their hundred percent brainwashed Have a belief and they're not willing to say you know so I think part of being a good business person. Being a good position being a person is willing to get information and go. You know what may need to reevaluate them. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'd be wrong this whole fucking time and by the way that's one of the number one reasons that as a person of faith. I regularly read things that atheists right eye regular read books by atheists. I regularly do same thing in business because I want to be challenged. I didn't WANNA believe so. I read things from people that I don't necessarily fuck and I agree with or believe in what I usually find out is once I find out where they're coming from. I start to understand what their messages about. And the problem is is that dude society as a whole so fucking arrogant like you look at people who have cars called fucking all that. Shit cocky arrogant Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah motherfucker. If you knew where to fuck I came from you to understand why I'm the way I'm at You know what I'm saying. I fucking sweated and bled and fucking grinded to get here and guess what I'm fucking proud of it and that's okay right but what people don't understand is they want to jump ahead of the line and get to the fucking end and be right about everything and what they don't get as dude. That's how you get there. You don't get to the fucking end by guessing your way or bullshitting your way through. You have to consider the fact they you fucking don't know shit because I don't know shit and I'm doing pretty fucking awesome in life. You know a lot about your thing but in every other area you're willing to learn smart. I'm retailer not I mean but I listen to these other do stuff that I don't agree with it. I'm like look into it and I get it. I'm like fuck okay. All right I kind of see that but then I and then I have a basis to evaluate against all right. Well his experience he came from here. This is what he learned. This is probably why he thinks that when I did this back in there. This is how this worked and I start to come to an understanding and I can evaluate if this guy is actually intelligent or not by the way presents. His fucking information. That's what people understand when you're when you're just doing shit out just because you have all the people that feel the same as you supporting. You doesn't mean that there's far more people that think you're full of fucking Shit. You know what I mean. And that's GonNa keep you from getting where you WANNA go. So you're getting. I call a feedback. Mirage. You're getting. You're getting fake feedback. Based upon the information you're offering a like minded group when in reality you should be offering the information in an unbiased group and see what the fuck they say by the way. That's my that's my internal struggle when people say well. This is been peer reviewed by who what happens if all the peers had the same bias That's the problem Mike. And I know everything about academic study of what we're seeing the quality of evidence. We've seen mass global health recommendations made based on poor quality evidence. Yeah but that's that's social pressure. What that is is. That's motherfuckers getting there. Getting entangled in a in a certain culture a little bit and then they feel pressured to conform that culture's message and so we ended up with a situation where we don't get the information because people are afraid to buck the system. Yeah it is true so I you know I'm on a lot of email lists to physicians and the information that they're getting fed is totally wrong and then they're the ones who is scary. Let's stir it literally will kill people it as the trajectory of aging. You know spending two years at Wash U. I was at the bedside of these guys dying. Yeah hundreds of people. None of these people talking about this young have been even the physicians that are family medicine. You know you're not at the bedside seeing what this bad information as well and they weren't consideration top. I mean do it on top of all this shit that we've just gone over. We're not even considering the fact of the pressure to sell certain things AKA pharmaceutical drugs to people right. So we're not like dude like people have the misconception of what the medical fucking world's really is. They think that when they go to the Doctor. That doctor has their best interests in mind. I think that's a reasonable thought. Don't you think people should have that thought? Well I do but I think that the way medicine is. It's very cookie cutter so they don't know I really believe that. The physician doesn't necessarily know they are not taught to think they're taught to recognize patterns which does make a good physician but they're not thought to think outside the box but we have. We have really been brainwashed because I I mean this is anecdotal but this is I know. This is true across the board in America. Whether it's my wife serving in metropolitan Saint Louis or small rural Manhattan. Kansas nine times out of ten. Somebody comes in. She's trying to diagnose them they're just give me a pill just give me a pill and they get mad at her if she starts asking them questions about lifestyle volume mad. That's the indoctrinated culture of this whole thing. That's we're so do. Did you know that fucking pharmaceutical in most countries former pseudo companies cannot advertise directly to the consumer? Joe That why the fuck should a pharmaceutical company. Be able to advertise fucking you to question. You don't know Shit. So why should they advertise? Do you That should tell everybody in the world right now. What the fuck agenda is. The agenda is guess what to sell Shit. Yeah and so we have a big problem with the whole system because we have this we we as Americans okay and other international listeners. But we're Americans so I'M GONNA fucking use that frame of reference we as Americans. I believe have reasonable right to think that when we go to the doctor that that woman or man knows what the fuck they're talking about and they don't and so what they do. Is THEY EDUCATED BY THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES? About these things then. The pharmaceutical companies runs adds to the consumer. So they're hitting it from two fronts. They're teaching the coach and the player. What fucking equipment they should use. That's not okay dude. And we have a government that's corrupt because they take all these fucking bribes junkets and all this shit from the pharmaceutical industry because no one else has the money to fuck and funds. Shit when you have a pill see this is another thing people. I'm going to supplement business. People understand this the pill that we make cost the same as that nine hundred dollar fucking pill that they are selling you. I'm not saying it's the same shit because it's not what I'm telling you. Is the wrong ingredients. Cost A fucking shame right. So how the fuck could you not have money to pay off everybody? You want when you're charging nine hundred dollars for a single fucking serving of a basically what is different kinds of supplement. That's what we're talking about and on top of that when have a scenario where shit doesn't work or shit isn't perfect or shit isn't like super healthy. They're still selling it because the margins fucked up dude it's crazy people people so people who blindly think that when they go to their doctor. They're getting serve the right way. Dude you better do your fucking homework. Yes yes do your homework. Yeah so before we shift gears into a little different direction. I want to hold your feet to the fire. Just for a second in very simple layman terms. What like let's You know the average American does love animals. So what if somebody said listen duck? Yeah I'm all other things being equal. I'd Rather Bambi not have to die so that I can eat venison right. You would probably not be my patient. Well but playing devil's advocate. Why can't I eat the impossible burger? Why can't I eat plant based protein? Why can't I just pops a Meta may or is this an ethical and ethical question? You can you know but I mean in terms of is meat animal protein. Like why? Tell me why? It's so much better and why I can't just subsist on a on a plan so you can but you're going to need to supplement okay. Animal protein feeds the necessary building blocks for animals. We're animals. Ooh that makes total sense right. So you said make it similar plants. Yeah no plant feeds plant if you want to do a plant based Diet you can do it. But it's GONNA take a ton of supplementation you're going to have to monitor your calories you're GonNa have a much lower density food source can be done but the question is do you. WanNa be optimized or do. You just want to subsist on. Yeah Yeah Okay. So the animal based products are nutrient not assigned sky. We've been doing it for two point five million years at least it's evolved our brains so I'm not a size guy but the way I would understand what you just said is not only are not only are. We are what we eat. Can we need to eat? What we are. Vaughn in annual acids. Yeah Okay you. When you don't get a complete amino acid profile you have to take other amino acids and the amino acid profile of a plant and animal completely fucking difficult all right and so what does do is those initiate muscle protein synthesis in a different way which means the plant and animal. We're going to have different reaction inside your body. Can you explain just for the science people? The difference between the two different kinds of minnows. Yeah plant and animal because I know people are going to say well. She just said plant fees. That's fucking stupid. Well Do. We're trying to make it so regular people can understand that when you think about a protein. That differentiating factor. When you think about its biological value is its amino acid profile. The branch chain amino acids are essential amino acids which means. We don't make it and we need those at certain to trigger when Andy was saying is muscle protein synthesis. And you're like well. Why do I care about that because you care about muscle? Muscle is the organ of longevity. It's actually a legitimate organ. Muscle is not just or the beach. No it's not. It's so much more advanced and so is muscle. It's actually endocrine organ that when you secrete it secretes. Things called my all kinds. It's pretty cool right. And that actually is the key. It's the organ of Longevity. So plants make the amino acid profile in the correct doses for example those branched chains to stimulate muscle protein synthesis whereas plants while they do have the same amino acids. They're in vastly different amounts. So to simplify plants have the amino acids to stimulate most Bernie Senses Humanit meet. Yes so PLATZ. It would require four cups of keen. Wa Four to six cups of keen wa to get the amino acids enough to stimulate muscle protein synthesis synthesis. So you need four to six keen watch equal one small chicken breast while simply put that the amino acids necessary like those branch amino acids those found in animal sources stimulate muscle Muslims. All KINDS OF BASEBALL SIZED MAKING. You look cool. It's responsible for literally all kinds of different things. Yes okay like about aging is related to Muscle Glucose. Metabolism helps keep everything helps keep obesity and check. It has to do with your your metabolic rate like basically fucking everything that keeps you like alive comes from this comes from that right so when we get this advice that you should just eat. Plants and animal protein is dangerous and caused cancer. You Literally Destroy Tissue unless you are eating a certain amount of volume or supplement. You can supplement with vegan protein powder. That totally works. But it's much more difficult to live a life like that and to be optimize. Let's talk about something productive just for what dietary recommendations. Would you make to a Vegan person listening right now because there's a lot of them to to help them be more healthy and let's say let's talk about this logical adult? Yeah yeah they're going to continue to be Vegan because they they believe in the moral standard of what vegans represent. What would be some good things for them to do to to live that way and be healthy? So the number one need to manage their calories. Excess calories excess carbohydrates the majority of a Vegan Diet is almost all carbohydrates that is devastating for people in less you do a kind of Kito style vegan which has high fat Vegan Diet with almost no protein so protein is really the black sheep of the macro nutrient family and the most valuable so these people need to do shakes. That's it. It's the best way to do. It begin protein shakes. That's what I recommend for my patients. Or they can add in branch chain amino acids scoop to say Tofu and then you need be twelve zinc bullied selenium and you need to task. You need to test their blood markers. That's something people definitely don't do. Enough of strategy. Yeah Know How many times you have to ask. I've got an alternative strategy now. This time I had an agenda over what I'm GonNa stab me and take no for some for some testing that. I wanted or working. This is like the running joke for two years or something just trying to come home ever give blow when she asked. I have come up with a different strategy okay. So let's go deeper on this issue because you know what when Indian. I met we for the first time ever. We'd spent like thirty before we ever got into business. We talked about thirty minutes about how we both love our dogs. Okay so we're big animal. I got the other day I came across By accident came across a video. Where were guys were Were feeding rabbits like a Boa constrictor. And I I sorry feeding rabbits Boa constrictor. You'll you'll see people. They'll they'll take videos of like feeding Goldfish to two parents to be honest with you. I struggle with that. Because I'm like I don't I don't I don't I would never take joy in some animal like I. I don't I can't get my head around people who take joy in watching animals being fed to other animals. I just don't get even though I do. Think it is natural. It's part of the natural ecosystem. So that being said. Do you think this really comes down to in n? People's desire to be compassionate to animals. Have we lost some rationality in terms of guys? Animals are but they are not human being totally out. Sorry it's just outrageous. Because they're missing the boat. You mean to tell me you're going to trade your life or chicken and it's a it's a it's on reality right like the people don't like. I mean look at fucking nature man Like animals kill other animals and extract. And eat them right. All right and people don't like that they don't like it like but because we don't like something doesn't mean it's not true or the way it is. That's the problem. That's the fundamental problem that we have in this. It's not just this particular issue. It's really all the issues on. We have the bottom two percent of the fucking Internet basically making a rules other ninety eight percent because they're the loudest and the least educated and they don't mind bashing the fuck out of people to get them to do what they want right. That's wrong okay. We have a situation where people are not okay with looking at the facts and accepting reality and reality. What's the what's the? How does nature work? It's a fucking cycle. It's an ecosystem. Guess who's at the top of that motherfucking chain? We arm okay. So people don't like that they don't like that right. We have dogs. I Love Dogs. I love my dogs dude. I love him as much as I love more than I love anybody in this room. But I'm still fucking steak tonight right. You know what I'm saying right because I know it's what it's what the fuck I need to eat right okay to stay do what I'm doing. Now I could I can compartmentalize and understand that. There is a dichotomy of these things. The problem is is that most people understand what a dichotomy is and there's two sides and a nuance to every single thing. People want to plant their flag on one side of an act. Like it's a fucking fact when in reality just isn't she's not a fact and this goes for all kinds of things people making up shit about you know fucking politics or veganism or whatever. I mean Fuck Dude metoo movement anything like we can make. We can make fucking plant flags on things that we like but the truth is guys is there's exceptions to everything and we as a culture have a problem understanding that because we don't like to see like what you're saying we're a rabbit gets swallowed up by snakes. I mean some people like it. I don't like it either. I think it's fucking I don't like I don't hunt. I don't kill Shit but I just don't get the entertainment value like the Internet. I totally understand hunters like just because I don't hunt doesn't mean I don't fuck respect hunters and that's the problem. It's like you're either on my team or your fucking against me right. And that's an attitude that's been going on in America for a number of years now because people have figured out that if they yellow screaming and shame people enough that they'll just go do whatever else and what what they don't understand. Is those people that you're silencing are not changing their `continuing deliver wife the same way and you're actually not getting any traction by doing what you're doing. You will give far more success by having real conversations and this also comes from people not thinking that they're logic or their reasoning or their cause is actually valid. They don't think it's valid right like if they don't think it's valid and you don't think you have enough ammunition to get people to understand. Why the fuck you screaming about it right? You're saying yet dude. It's even more than people aren't changing. When you yell at them I say they get more entrenched. But what about you somebody? You're like screw you. I'M GONNA. I'm going to double down and even more entrenched in my position on the issues are why not contribute. I look at some of these comments and I looked to see I look and see what people are doing and I just think. You are not contributing. You're not contributing to make the world a better place. And there's a drastic drastic discrepancy between how people behave in real life and how they behave online. I I have a story about that. I was on a panel recently. And it was you know whatever some people in the public eye and one of the guys on the panel. He didn't know it had sent me. A whole bunch of hate mail had message me on Instagram. Saying about how I was killing animals and he was. He was new and realized that that was you and correct. He was like I would love to get some blood work. That's hilarious. I would love I would. It's so nice to meet you. And he had no idea and of course. I remember him because I was like. Who is this asshole? Yeah I'm on my instagram. Telling me that I should take on his post immediately because the impossible burger is different than just beef in there so much more in beef by the way. There's not no there's not it's regulated. It doesn't it can't have those things in it. How about that. It's ridiculous like dude. Whatever happened why can't we just have conversations? Hey I don't really agree with your position I like you but like do. Tell me why you believe what you believe. Why can we not do that? What is so hard about that? I know somebody's profiting off of us being angry at each other. That's all I'm saying someone's profiting off of us at each other. Lots of mother fuckers so just kind of getting back to this whole issue of the value and dignity of animals. So I'll I'll be free with my bias so I am coming from a position of faith. I believe God created I got loves animals and created them. I believe that human beings are different from animals because we have souls and were made in the image of God but I was talking to somebody like on a practical level completely side for all the spiritual everything on a practical ever is targeted. Intents begin types. Who was against all cruelty to animals and I was like well so I have a question. Like are all animals as valuables human beings. Yeah so like you know. It's not just the tiger and a lion is valuable but like a frog and a cat. That's there all his valuables human being. I think it's a I think it's a respect for life. Yeah issue they. Yes but what? What one of the things the way I relate to because like I get to? I fucking hate snakes. Dude I hate my fucking hate him. I still I still. Don't run them over. Yeah you don't San I see one in the road in nobody around us. We live in a rural area off. Stop and I'll fucking scooted off the road that I do that. There's a turtle in the road. Run the mother fucker over fuck. It stop and I moved into the side of the road. I love animals. Yeah I'm the same way but I like I was talking to this guy and I said listen though I want to really truly understand your position and I I don't WanNa misrepresent biggest but I think this is there is I said. Are you literally saying the animals are worth just as much as human beings? Yes I said so if I accidentally hit a rabbit on the road that should be prosecuted with the same legal force that you know killing a person you know vehicular homicide or manslaughter. Yes shut the fuck up dude. I have talked to a ton of people like that like that is their mentality and again. If you're Vegan tell me feel otherwise but that is that is the mentality that they want it part of the legal code that part of the legal process that this kind of like you can't do this and I am I if somebody attacks animals I think they need to go to jail absolutely. No you go to absolute you. Should those people people don't make channels ask you did all bullshit I do? Well I know but I can abuse animals. Actually they should be thrown in jail. But I hear you but I get I get what you're saying but but the But regardless I often ask people like walk through the practical implications again what qualifies an animal as an animal? Should we not have pesticides or should we not have any sort of pest control? I mean our cockroaches animals. Do they have the same values human beings? We're going into an era of society. If it doesn't fucking change soon where we will not be able to say fucking. Anything won't be able to do anything. Yeah it's it's like it's like fuck and communist Russia back in the fucking seven. He's okay people fucking get it. They think it's a fucking joke. They think it's cute. They think it's funny. They laugh about it. They say Andy. Why do you get so upset about it? Well because I fucking know were going. You Ain't GonNa like it right okay. We can't even joke with each other anymore. We can't even tell a fucking joke because it might fucking offend people. The best the best comedian in my opinion in our era is fucking Dave Chapelle. Dave Chapelle won't come out and do comedy shows because every mother fucking time he tells a joke. You mother fuckers freak to fuck out and act like bitches. That's sad dude. Dave Chapelle is the best thing for fucking racism and all these other things because he fucking laughs about it and if we can't laugh at each other we can't even fucking connect you know what I'm saying so do people's fucking Vaginas fucking little biddy tiny Dick's sauce throw that in there. Fucking fair are fucking fucking everybody else like I. I WANNA go see Dave Chapelle. I WANNA fucking laugh. I want to be able to tell funny jokes to my friends. That are fucking black and have a good time without us. Fucking hate each other. I WanNa fuck and do that. But what can we because people get their fucking feelings hurt for no fucking reason? It's not right dude to Saint America anymore. It's become something else and dude. All of you guys is support us and me and all this shit this fucking super ultra right-wing trump fucking shit. I'm talking about mother fucking America. I'm talking about everybody You know what I'm saying. So why can't we just fucking get along? It's not that fucking hard and the truth of the matter is is that if you go out in the real world people do get along. Yup It's only online where they don't like dude. I don't walk in a fucking Mike Jim or are these places. I go on a daily basis and get says people say any Haiti. Fuck you like there's of say like I don't know I dude for me. I just grew up in an era. Like dude there's always consequences of the Shit you sat. You know what I'm saying like Dude. You don't fucking and now. We have a whole generation of players that don't think that there's consequences for what they say which causes a whole nother problem. Yes you're free to say whatever the fuck you on this is America but there are consequences to everything you say whether you understand the consequences or not. That's something people have a really hard time with if I don't agree with what you're saying now there's a problem now. We have a personal. Can we not like? Can I not just say Hey Yvonne. I don't really know why the fuck you'd Wanna live in Kansas Bro. Can we just say that you and that okay? I'm not say to me. Hey Bro you know what I don't know why the fuck you like what you like right but does that mean. We can't be fucking friends now. We're still great friends. Absolutely we disagree on all kinds of Shit okay. But people don't have the capacity to do this anymore because their pride and they're narcissistic behavior has now attached them to an outcome. That they've decided is right. When in fact the information it's out there says it isn't right and their egos. They're plied in their image of themselves is so fucking fragile that they aren't willing to say. Hey maybe maybe I'm thinking about this the wrong way and I'm GonNa tell you right now. A lot of you guys are in entrepreneurship. Listen THIS SHIT. You will never be successful financially. If that's your attitude towards everything or anything kind of percents you'll fucking lose I. I liked that you brought up this issue because it relates to the other The other topic that I was going to raise. Which is that and I texted you about this. The other day did and There's a new survey out and there's been there's been several surveys that that bear out the same result and it's read about this. Npr magazine but basically there's an epidemic sweeping the United States where we hold on dude NPR. Magazine I meant NPR. I something online. Npr's National Public Radio very aware. Of what Morgan. Hello you're listening to. Npr This for several. No Dude this is what I saw. Line no no. This is what I saw online like. Do you dance to this shit man. Npr I mean. Is this where you learn all your skills? Npr's kind of it's kind of good. You Know I. Sometimes I struggle with the going to sleep so you listen to those guys. Yeah hello you're listening to all things sit around with your radio. I have a I have so so like am radio. I cannot listen to that shit like that. Shit makes my head hurt. Look it makes me feel sick. I think time when I was a kid. I got car sick in the car because my dad used to listen to that shit and I think it like condition me so now when I hear that talk I automatically get this nauseating. I'm being serious smart ass. I get a nauseating feeling when I hear people talk like that. It makes talk like what like what you were just talking like what I just said. Oh Man. That's a bummer. Because I was going to go off on a tangent because for most of my life I have actually not really liked my voice but lately I've been getting these these great voice. Thanks saying I know what you say. But lately I've been given this feedback that people actually like my voice so I was actually going to ask you if I could do a long monologue and say Lord have mercy two hours of Commercial Free Andy for Cilla. Our podcast would be it would be in the trash. Yeah it would be but anyway when I was going to say it's so there's epidemic sweeping the country. This actually kind of boggles my mind. All right I mean I understand why it's why it's true but still boggles my mind. The certainly the research concludes that three out of five Americans. Now Doc Doc Gabrielle. You're you're very smart. I don't know. What the percentage is but three out of five? That's a lot three out of five Americans. Actually Admits to being very percent sixty percent. Okay that's a lot. Let me tell you how to figure that you could tell me how you take the five. Yeah multiply it by two okay. That's ten right. You're smart dude. Three times two three times to six. Okay Okay Okay. Actually percents that makes sense. I B I. I waited for years for my college to offer a math class that I thought I could pass through. It's okay because I am no fucking mathematician. Benjamin's I just thought that's right. I'm actually shocked I that so anyway. Three out of five Americans admit to being up pretty significantly lonely. So the two Demographics within the American people that that are most affected by the loneliness. The first one won't surprise you. It's it's geriatric. It's older people. Obviously you get older. A lot of your friends die you. America has this sort of bad bad habit of of sending off the people who built this country into nursing homes. And then flack the M. That's a bad thing. But that's a that's a topic for another day. But the other. The other demographic was like the millennials and generation Z. And all these so my question is how much of this loneliness epidemic is connected to what we've been talking about for the last couple. I mean what do you think? Is that stretch? Because you were talking about like people wanting to be right you were talking about how we're allowed to say too much. I think people spend way too much time bro on the fucking Internet. Yeah in general and like when you do especially because like your dude. People are building companies in creating jobs and doing all these wonderful things with the technology that we have but man that also requires us to spend a lot of people three four fucking sometimes eight hours a day online. And you know when you do that. You're limiting human interaction. Dude I could tell you for sure like I struggle with depression. You guys all know that I talk about it openly because i. I don't want people to think they're alone. But I can tell you for sure like one of the things that triggers me to get in to go down. The dark path is to spend too much time Well not enough time with real people. Yeah it's not. I don't think it's too much time. Do I think there's a way to balance it like when I spent a lot of time online which I do and I also balance it with like human interactions and jokes and hanging out with my buddies? Not I'm not saying about going to the bar. I'm saying like even just ear sitting down having a conversation where we sit around bullshit or whatever. We're fucker out. That makes me feel better like you know what I'm saying because I'm like Oh fuck okay like act because we have this thing as humans where we assume we automatically assume the worst you know and so building. A brand online is very difficult. Okay so when you first start out and you start putting out all these things that are important to you. No one cares. It's a very fucking harsh reality for people that are like fuck. You know what I'm saying. I got my four people that give a shit like that sucks. But that's not true though because those people may not have seen your post. Those people might be doing other things. Maybe they're not even on the Internet right now and so we created this reality. That isn't real. It's a false reality. Is there real aspects of it? Fuck is absolutely. There's real opportunity. There's real connections made for sure but people are putting so much attention and an attachment to the likes and the shares and the comments and it's driving people literally fucking insane and the truth is like do. No one gives a fuck. How many likes or comments you get in real life like I. Don't walk into fucking work and say hey motherfucker. Do you know the fucking a million five motherfuckers. Follow me. You say how'd you? How'd you dated a dude? I got seven hundred likes my recent rows but that but that's that's real shit happens though in the younger generation I know talking about. I admit I can't wrap my head around new. No but look man. It's it's it's I'm not talking. Shit it's a problem Because because it's all they've ever known yes and so. Do we have this problem where these younger people or people who are just new to the Internet? They get a false sense of loneliness because dude. It's a comparison game correct. All is a comparison. We're we're designed for real human human interaction. You know the is when you connect with each other or baby. That's a nervous system. Yeah the eyes are part of your nervous system. Well that's why when you look someone like like do next time. You're talking to someone take a fucking fraction. The second and look at them in the fucking. I have not their middle of their nose. Not Eyelid there. Yeah Bubis what are you referring? None of that shit our fucking I and like look at the guy and look into it and it's very uncomfortable when you start to do that because it's it's hard because you're not used to it but dude. I'm telling you if you just look people in the fucking your life will change. It will change. Because you're GonNa make better friends and your. I'm GonNa tell you another thing if you're lonely like as a dude or a chick that's lonely mean you're not getting fucking laid. You could fix it pretty easy by look motherfuckers. In the truth that is true. You have very if you're trying to flirt with a person of the opposite sex or same sex. Whatever you're into and you look at their fucking eyeball like right into it like you look into their fucking soul people like that Shit. Yeah they're connected. That's not just like common sense. The reality is is that there's all been all sorts of psychological studies where they literally took two they described them as average attractiveness strangers total strangers and the and the researchers would put two people in Roman usually. It wasn't like same sex couples it was like opposite sex and they said stared like gaze at each other for two five minutes and they did that. We're talking total strangers and up to eighty nine percent of the people that did that not only registered a deep feeling of connection with the person but even registered romantic feelings. Just by looking at people. That's what Dracula women in the you know. The he looked at them really close and then he may. He started living like regular for fun but now do so no. You're right I mean I think we've lost. I think the Internet has really really hurt. Interpersonal connection and What about I mean I? I totally agree. We're meant to where humans were meant for human connection and not meant for cyborg connection right right. Plus it's kind of Guano man you see some of these fuck sex dolls are making they fucking the real real real like there's this thing now. Don't be serious. There's a sting our these companies are going out and trying to find these Internet influencers to make real life sex dolls of them just for them to sell. That's that's happening right now. I have not seen that young. That's crazy yeah do I. I saw an ad pop up for one or some shit. I thought it was a real person like real. I bought three of them. I did I did. I did read an article this to me. This is sad like this is just I duNno. I read an article that that men are less interested in relationships with women these days. Because they're just. They're just jacking off the porn like literally. That's all they're doing. They're they're like I don't need I don't need to have a relationship I don't need to have. I don't need to get married. I didn't date anybody. 'cause I just stay home and play? Well fuck man. That's crazy dude. It's crazy it's weird like look dude. It's weird like that dude. The social media is going to become that. That's where it's going to become like dude. It's already becoming it. We see it happening. We have these like offsite websites. Now we're all these people are doing all this shit you go pay to watch it dude. It's fuck like look man. I'm all for do whatever the fuck makes you happy like whatever you're into fucking unless it's like little kids be into it all right. That's whatever but nobody you don't have to show that shit for people to approve of you like and that's what we fall into right. Do we see this with a with with the with the Internet. It's gone from like I show like the side of my ass cheek. You know what I'm saying to like now it's like people are bent over with a. Thong with fucking ass right in your face and you can see the butthole. That's half you know which is where the term third cutter comes from just never heard that term cutter. Now I can mid Western turn for Thong underwear third cutters anyway. Yeah so we called it so funny. Dj Have you heard of that service? And I got I got one of our security guys one of my security guys my personal security sitting here in A. He's just having a good old time laughing at us. That's great so I mean a lower even talking about the dynamics of men and women all kind of raise the issue that I was gonNA actually raise at the beginning but Full was a little different from what I plan but basically Another MR survey today but there's also a survey out now that says that one of the reasons that people are not getting married as much is that women are complaining that there is a lack of good options among men. There's a lack of exceptional or desirable men to get married. Because they're all full she got. It was talking about like dude. How you GonNa Fuck I wanNA marry someone. That's literally made up this fake as life is that is that would you guys say is that is that just a woman. Problem is lack of exceptional men. Exceptional humans okay. It's not you know there. There is something to be said for having integrity and being a good human and carrying and wanting to become a better person. Yeah the good news is is that it's never been easier to meet someone because that is true if you get to stand out because if you actually reflect things that are desirable it's GonNa stand out because most people aren't reflecting those things so it's a good opportunity and you got to distinguish yourself by being normal human being like you know how many girls I talk to say. Dude I just WANNA normal dude. I just WANNA normal motherfucking dude. Like I don't want I don't need a dude wherein fucking super cool suits and pretending he's in the cool kids club and all this shit like they don't want that shit their dislike is one a normal fucking new guy that goes with fucking job takes care of himself. He's a good dude this but that's not that's not happening right. It's not cool to be you know everybody's gotTa be somebody. Yeah you got to be a social media influence. You guys a good dude. Yeah but I would say I would. I mean look this is I love women. This is not an attack on women but I if I were a single like dude. I can tell you this. I look at Emily and I look at all the shit. That's out there and like fuck dude. I picked good. I feel about my wife. I mean crazy a lot of women not all women but the crazy but I'm just saying like dude it's a it's a relative relative standard like there's I think there's a lot of women if that's the poll women. I think if you pull men they would say the same shit about women I think they would probably do know. Man Look Dude. There's difference between a girl that you wanna fuck and a girl you WANNA marry. It's the same for girls. Girls Look guys and they say this guy's hot I probably have sex with him but I wouldn't marry him. We all look at people like that so I would say what you said is correct. It's human beings. They're they're putting out things that aren't desirable. So what would you say is the the number one quality that's lacking in the average person today? That might have been more prevalent in previous generations confidence confidence. I'd say honesty honesty. I mean real confidence like I'm not talking about fake Bravado Internet Bullshit Swag I'm talking to media swag and talking about someone who's actually sure of themselves. Yeah because the insecurity of the Internet craze so much insecurity with people that it's Dude I think most people right now are walking around feeling like frauds completely. They just feel like a fucking fraud because they know that they're pretending to be some shit online they're not and it's fucking destroys who they are on the inside and then when they go to be in a relationship there fucking paranoid. They're jealous. They're they're getting upset about certain things you know. They're projecting things like these dudes who go out and they fuck and like every hot chicks picture and then and then they get a girlfriend and you know they're comedy there in the Deanza all the girls and shit like that and then they get a girlfriend and they think they assume that she's doing the same thing because that's what they did and now all of a sudden they've got this tension. I know you're doing this with so and so and this and that and this dude it's it's like what came first the chicken or the egg right and so you have this revolving cycle of events that just makes people feel like. There's nobody out there when in reality if you just broke away from that same cycle for a minute like hey how about this. How about just take three or four months and say I'm not fucking Dayton anybody and I'm GonNa take a break from the Internet and see what the fuck is? What what you really do get some distance between you and that repetitive cycle. And they'll start to come obvious obvious to you. What's going on less distracted? Would you say that confidence is rooted in a clear conscience and a clear conscious rooted in having character like just being a good person doing the right thing? And that's that's how you can feel good about yourself and have confidence. I think that you could start there. Yeah I think that confidence is something that you need to build upon yet but I think that will give you a base level of. I can feel good about the way I live. Yeah so what attracted you to your husband. I mean he's a sale so when I met him on this guy you know 'cause they just have this really bad reputation. I mean. He's an incredible human being. He's really humble extraordinarily capable but incredibly humble. He's a lot like you. I think In terms of like he's a very good listener. Yeah that's one of the things I love Shane. Yeah it's like when you talk to Him. He's actually listening to you in this goes. He's not just waiting to talk. He's very in fact von like weights. It's weird dude and this is what I meant a minute ago about. Just being a normal human make any standout. I remember the first time I met Shane. And I meet fucking thousands of people and I remember the exact conversation I had with them because it was at. Pbr downtown. When we had an event here I form. We didn't cover that. She consultant is one of our scientific advisers. I form as well but it's almost bizarre. How how well he listens because when you finish talking and the time between when you finish and he starts yeah is abnormally long. Yeah so you're like like when I first met him like this fucking weird but what reality is actually living like a fucking human? He's taking information processing thought and he wants to think about it before he says it back to you. That's exactly right. Yeah and I love that about him. Yeah it's one of my favorite things out and because dude it's so rare. It's so rare that's crazy that's awesome everybody. He does really cares about people that you guys together Asia. It matters to him. I mean you have to understand the guy who went to war to protect people and he truly is that sheepdog he feels an obligation to protect is and he's very gracious everybody I truly have never seen anything like it. He's calm collected and gracious. Well when you go on season fucked up shit you realize that there's not a Lotta Shit that we get to see you. Get your two riled up you could see about all the all the foot stompers and fucking ralliers and all the shit you know. They've never seen anything real because they did. They wouldn't be so upset about this. You know so but I mean dude. He's a stun. Yeah period now but dude. If more people were like that I think we have a better America. We lead like hey let me hear what the fuck you think and then let me think about it and let me think what I think instead of me. Do you know what I think this came from. Honestly like this whole problem. I've been thinking about this for a long time if you think about how. Communication has evolved a hundred years ago. Dude not one hundred hundred thirty years ago. You had to have a face to face conversation with someone more. You had to write them. A handwritten letter was how the fuck it went. All right maybe you type on the typewriter came about but anyway I think I came about way hundreds of years ago. Yeah did it anyway. Yeah like check it but anyway it's written or fucking voice in your face three much right then. A telephone comes along then. The telephone is the way of communication with letter writing in eighteen. Sixty seven okay brother. So that's still recent technology and that's not even when it came into popular use okay. Well that's recent technology. Yeah okay so now. We moved into a scenario where you know. We went from human interaction to a little bit of technology right the phone call a letter right a typewriter then. We moved into newer forms of communication. The fax machine. That didn't come around until like the fuck and sat late seventies early eighties. So do we went this long ass time as humans with really no other communication besides real fucking interactions then. A little bit longer came along. We got the cell phone right now. Now we could take calls anywhere. We were in the world. That's great thing totally cool then. Cell phones went to text messaging. Now we're writing short little versions the things that we WANNA do. Okay then after text messaging you came on email comes along so now we don't have to wait for the letters anymore. It's instant okay. Then social media comes along and we can actually communicate with each other instantly by saying. Hey this is what we feel and other people come in and comment on it right and this is where we fucked up this right here. When I'm about to say is where we fucked up when when fucking facebook because facebook is a fucking social influence or of culture the just the nature of it. It's so widely adopted that what it does changes the culture of how people communicate when they took people's comments and put a fuck and like underneath it. They fucked everybody up. And here's why because now we don't have to express our viewpoints. We can just say things and get people to like it so instead of communicating and this was ten twelve years ago by the way instead of saying things that we actually believe and communicating like people we had started to adopt a An idea that we would just vent thoughts and people would like them and so instead of US putting out information that we thought was valuable. We're now putting out information or making comments just to get the fucking reward. It's no different than a dog getting a fuck biscuit. Okay then we took it further than that and we went into a scenario where if the fucking heart button in your DM's us don't even have to fuck and reply to people anymore. You could just fucking heart or sentiment Emoji if you think about how. This broke down human interaction connection over the last hundred and thirty years. It kind of makes sense where why things are the way they are because now we have a scenario where instead of people contributing valuable information society we have a scenario where people are just saying Shit. Get people to fucking agree with it and champion. Their comment doesn't mean it has to be true right because the likes are more important than the truth to it. Whole fucking generation of people. So why why? Would they try to have real conversation? When their entire image is tied to the amount of attention they get for. What the fuck they say. Did I mean I? It's brilliant? No you're right I mic drop. I look around and we're like why is it this way we'll fuck that's why because now instead of us saying. Hey Man Vaughn. That's a really cool opinion. Here's what I think. What do you think about that having a conversation? It's just a mob mentality von Your fucking Dumb Fuck Mike and you can abrasive a negative. The fucking comment the more more day she didn't gets. Yeah so everybody now is is like conditioned to polarize? I say the sky is blue. This motherfucker is going to say you're a dumb fuck just so he can get attention from people now. We have people who say ignorant shit on my post every day and then when I come back you know what they say. Hey I was just trying to get your attention right right. That's where we're at. Because they take that as the equivalent of of you know how they say there's no such thing as bad press they would say people come in and attacking them. Hey at least. They're getting attention. The the issue of people is that do we lack real communication skills because of the technology that we use to communicate. Dude we're fucked. It's kind of irony. You know these platforms. That are meant to bring us together. And obviously they do on some level but there's a real dark side to him. Yeah they're real a real dark side so man I mean dude. It's it's sad it's sad. This goes into the topic that we're talking about loneliness Okay Jala Fuck. Do you meet someone or connect with them. If you don't know how to communicate right like you gotta remember. We're a little bit older than most of these people. All three of us. Okay these people who are twenty and twenty five eighteen to twenty four fucking to learn how to talk to people and connect with them and make like dude when when I was twenty two if you wanted to meet a girl okay because I was in the girls. I'm just begging for clear. We're such not even cool to be into fucking opposite sex anymore you've got you know you have to be able to something weird to even be accepted like. I'm not saying we're but I'm saying like if a standard relationship man woman isn't even like somehow if you're boring you're like your bias like if I. WanNa fuck a woman then. I hate gay people. That's the logic that's being used now. I do look I got tons of gay friends. Cools fuck male and female and. They're all cool like coolest coolest cool as you have. No but there's a set. There's a segment of their culture that is offended by a commercial. That shows a man and a woman right. You know what I'm saying like dude like the people that got upset about the Peleton commercial. No because do the problem that we run into is that instead of just live and let live. It's not that anymore. It's fucking except my way as the way and if you don't you you're fucking bigot. You're a hater and up. No you're fucking bigot. You're a racist misogynist. You're all the shit they say about trump. That's the truth. So if you don't fucking push the agenda of whatever it is and I mean not just say hey it's cool if you're gay we could still be fucking friends. I support your decisions if you say that. Shit and somehow you know you're you're like a big hit if you fucking say how much you love fucking women. You're saying I'm exaggerating. Okay come at me. Bro. All right with that Shit but making a point you know. Maybe this is the wrong example. Okay could be but my point is. That's the mentality of amongst these causes if we don't adopt them as our life. Were somehow a fucking bigot. Well who the fuck is the big now? Exactly exactly if you disagree with me. You hate me well how are you yeah and I hate you. Know you're holding me back. You're you're you're oppressing me motherfucker. You don't know nothing about oppression. That's the truth you go to every other mother fucking country in the Middle East and fuck all these places all over the world and that you could say one thing they don't like to cut your fucking head off right people in this country. They're fucking week dude. They're weak. They don't have a fucking sense of reality. They don't understand how grateful talking to one of my friends a black female by the way fucking right before. I came in here. She's traveling the fucking world all over the place and she goes. I learned a lot by doing this. And I'm like what was the biggest thing you learn and it was. You know I just realized how grateful people are in other places in the world to even have the ability to to work even have the opportunity to do work. They're so happy. They're so appreciative. So grateful to even have the ability to fucking work. We don't have that here anymore now. It's sad man it is. It's sad everybody here. You GotTa Be Fucking Entrepreneur. You got to be a millionaire. It's not even a millionaire anymore. Now it's I fucking sold seven billion dollars here. I did this year. I did that like everybody. I own fucking six companies like. You're almost feel guilty for fucking starting the shit because I actually do own a lot of companies and people feel like. Oh well I want to be a successful entrepreneur too so I gotTA fucking sale. No you don't like you don't and can I say something you you started by being a person. I don't fuck I try to be. You are do look. I think that you think a lot about the welfare of other people the people that are in your business. I mean. It's just something that struck me that I noticed virtue he cares about. Yeah why would not but you do you have a why wouldn't I? That's why I don't understand their their boss. I mean my dad had a boss for five years. Who couldn't care less about it but how that's pretty fucking stupid from business standpoint because well that's why he lost as a better deal. You gotta be smart enough as a business owner understand that the people that are helping your business have to take care of like what the fuck like that fucking stupid. People are very self absorbed. They don't realize that it's in their own best interest care on bill. That's terrible business. It is terrible business. It's terrible business to care about the people who fucking work for you and you're right it is what how but people are still in. That meant that that sort of pre social media premodern mentality where it was true years ago that you probably could screw screw people over and still somehow make a good living and make fucking Internet right. Now see a lot of people who are just trying to screw people over and they don't understand that they're burying their name their bearing. I don't know how hard this is to understand. Because like if you're a shitty person the Internet's accelerate it. People are going to know so like it's good. It's a good idea to be a good person. Yeah it's practical. It is makes good sense. Sometimes you're gonNA fuck it up. Guess what you do when you fuck it up you apologize and you fix the right. Yeah well Dr Lion Yes sir. We're bigger nicknames here so maybe I should to lioness is long as swearword. We're no where so. Where can people find you? Connect with you all that good stuff. They can connect with me on instagram. Most active there Dr Gabrielle. Lyon L. Y. O. N. A. Y. O. N. and then is Gabriel G. A. B. R. I. E. L. L. E. Yup okay and they're active on instagram twitter. I do okay and facebook. Facebook and website. Just her name is Dr Gabriella Lion Yarn. Dr Gabrielle Lyon Well. Before I asked for Andy's final comments final word like dude. I would like to hear more about what you think about this loneliness ship. Because like you've been kind of sitting there absorbing. Yeah so I want to give you an opportunity to like. What do you think it is? I think that people have lost the respect and ability to communicate with other people. Because when you don't respect people and have a dynamic he become lonely. It's this self-fulfilling prophecy. You're comparing yourself. You're doing things that are not relevant or engaging or developing true human connection. Because that's what it's all about is true human connection we were designed for that. Yeah for sure. So the loneliness is what perpetuates it's this itself fulfilling and we have no way to regulate behaviors. It's dangerous that is true. I mean dude I I don't I know some we have some mutual friends have very passionate ways of delivering. What it is that they love. Yeah Okay and I've talked to. I talked to some of these guys and they struggle a lot because like dude even on the backside. They struggle mentally with like feeling depressed. Yes because they feel like they're fighting a battle and that they have to like we've gotten to the point society. We're like when you tell the truth guests. You're automatically a bad person. Yes you know like you. You're hating Yup and so I've talked to some of these people who are you know? They're they're committed telling the truth. Yes but then. They struggle mentally on the backside because they feel like a dick all the time yet. So I fucking get that a lot like I feel an obligation I because I relate to that I feel an obligation to tell the truth and then when I tell the truth and I deliver it because I'm a passionate person and I just tell the truth I'm like Fuck Your Dick in my head. I'm like your being an asshole but I'm not being an asshole because I'm actually helping people by having see the truth. So let's talk about that for a minute because I think that's a real problem. We have a lot of people out there who are fighting to tell what the truth is but on the backside they feel like they're constantly attacking people which makes them feel bad about themselves. Well I think when those people and I know exactly who you're talking about it's that that the it's it's really stepping for human great dude. He's a great job known approach decades over a decade. And we talk about this consistently. Yes I struggle with the same thing. Yes and I think that it's it's really about protecting the rest of society and that's where it it comes to and you know it is is a fine line because when you say things politely which is what. I did for so long. I'm like oh well you know. I really don't think we should be doing this. And the impact. It wasn't it wasn't truthful or not. Truthful is not the right word. It wasn't exposed. And then you go away feeling like you didn't fulfil your responsibility. You know that's right. So that's how I was a personal responsibility to actually if you have the knowledge or you have the capacity. You have an obligation to do the right thing. Yeah Yeah and that's the point. It's an obligation. It's an obligation and it's very isolating. Yeah it is. Do you know this is what I say about in. This is the information that I try to tell people because it's not just one or two guys. This is a lot of people. I connect share the same concern. Look man being the leader I have. I have a little meam that fuck no dude. It's the tip of the spirit. You're going to be bloody. You'RE GONNA be damaged fucked up and that spirit is going to be when you're the tip of the Spear. Bro Is fucking lonely like that's just reality You know what I mean is. It is far easier to stay quiet yet and just go with the flow than it is to say. Hey this is the way it's supposed to be like dude. Even just doing this podcast. You don't even guys like the amount of bullshit that I get back from. Even doing it makes say something. Vaughn you know this is sometimes I say you know what fuck this shit. Because I don't need to do it right because the truth is I'm fucking rich. My companies are kicking ass. People get mad even say that. But it's a matter of fact my comedies are gonNA keep kicking ass because my people believe in the cause and we fucking worked together in real life you know but but but my point is is like I feel this obligation to and then when I don't do it I feel bad right but then when I do it I feel bad to you just cannot. But that's what part of being a good leader. She do it. You just literally described the way. The prophets in the Old Testament describe their experience like when God gave them something to say to burn inside. It hurt for them to say it but they had to say it. That's literally the way it's described really. Yeah Well Dude. It's true I mean it is true. It's Dude I if I were you guys you guys were listening and you follow people that tell the truth that work hard to tell you the truth. Appreciate those people because those people. They're they're usually fighting some really bad shit on the backside with themselves about their obligation to serve this truth and they feel lonely because of it because it's alienating yeah so if you guys believe in like you listen to people and you believe in what they're saying fucking let them know man yes because Dude. I struggle with this. I von knows this. Could we talk about all the time? United talked about it before too. You know. It's not fun to tell people shit they don't WanNa hear. I don't like that. I feel like make people think I'm like I mean I'm not mean I'm telling you the fucking true so you care. Make a decision. Yeah you know and people take it mean just because you don't like to hear something doesn't mean it's mean right in fact. I would argue that when people tell you the shit you don't like to hear they're actually being more loving of you then all the other motherfuckers in your life absolutely so so when you have people that are that you're vibe in with and you don't assume that they're just like feeling great about going out leading this charge because dude that shit can be lonely. Fuck our society would be whole lot better a whole lot quicker if everybody after hearing something didn't say I don't like that or if they did say I don't like that they immediately followed up it up with but is it true. Yeah yeah is it true. Yeah I want to add another layer to this conversation. Which is that when we talk about. Loneliness. This is a true that people don't want to admit but I remember literally like my kindergarten teacher telling me this and that it was if you WanNa have friends you got to be friendly you know and the reality is is that there's a lot of people out in our culture who are lonely who are isolated but the reality is it's because they've kind of withdrawn to themselves. They've kind of isolated themselves. They've said they've they've they've celebrated their own. Pity Party and reality is is that maybe they could be less lonely if they got the emphasis off of themselves and they said okay. I feel alone. I feel disconnected. I feel alienated. Maybe I need to step out and talk to somebody else. Maybe I need to go out and see if there's somebody else who feels the same way and see if they want to have a conversation they WANNA have coffee. They wanted to get together for dinner. You know what I'm saying. I mean. Sometimes we're lonely because it's a self imposed isolation. Yeah we've just we've just become so self absorbed with with our own world and our own concerns that we don't reach out to other people. Don't put other people first. So I think a real anecdote to To loneliness is just like intentionally figuring out how you can serve somebody else and connect with somebody that makes sense so what I started saying earlier. So you you you Shared your Your social media contacts. Write your instagram facebook. And you have Dr Gabriella. Lions lions is a book book. What you're well it's not done yet. It'd probably be another year okay. I'm working on that. That's awesome and give us a little bit of a premium about what's the line. The line protocol nice optimizing. I like it and I've longevity. Yeah and it can. Can we start a movement? Where if people follow you? There called in their women they see. They're called lionesses yet. Love Ya but you're not a lion lion on. You're not somebody who lies. I'm just enjoying this. These plans too much but so I had warned you prior to start yes that I was going to ask you to give just a simple closing sort of life hack or health hack and you said you knew exactly what. Yeah so the most of us have the same ninety eight thousand thoughts every day. Same thoughts majority of those negative. If you could do one thing and really that's understand your own narrative and change that you'd literally will change the trajectory of not only your health but your life dude. I just had this conversation with you yesterday. I'm Portland. Dj Dj went on my walk with me yesterday for seventy five hard and we were talking and one of the things I used to do like dude for year for this is just how I'm wired. Okay like our wake up in the morning and I look at my phone and I would say the because there's always like like dozens and dozens of tax. Okay right. They're ready to go. It's like waking up with a whole line of people waiting to talk to you. You know what I mean. It's kind of fucking stressful. So I I used to wake up my first thought for fucking years. Four years was fuck I. What fuck who's asked to I get to wipe today? That's why I started thinking and it didn't occur to me until recently in the last year and a half year so that people actually need me. That's why they're doing that. And so instead of me thinking well. Who who shit do I gotTa Fix? Now I wake up and I say Dude nother bag it to be a fucking boss. Yeah like for real. That's my narrative. When I woke up first thing I think a put my feet on the fucking ground and said Dude. Most people would trade a fucking ton to have one day of being the fucking being the dude. I get to go be it everyday and I thought I do. You know what that's fucking changed. My whole mentality like in terms of my mood like my like dude. I still have A. I still have the I still. I'm working on controlling my emotional like frustrations but just thinking that has made a massive improvement on fucking everything. Yeah and I bet I bet if I do my blood work on a regular basis. I would see that in the blood work. Yes I bet you would yup yes. Negative thoughts is very inflammatory for the body. It's stressful it releases stress hormones. That's just one thought. Out of my whole day. Yeah like that. One little thought that you repeated everyday for year. Yeah but it's not. It's not even true. The truth is I am fucking boss. Yeah for real like in every sense of the fucking word So who the fuck wouldn't be excited about that. That's how I started thinking about it and I started thinking about it like that. I'm like dude. This is pretty awesome. Yep Now I actually like do. We all get caught up in our own narrative Licey at all time. I mean I take care of people on the daily and it's the same narrative it's a different flavor of narrative but it's the same narrative. Same four things that everybody do doctrine. Nicole Parra she's we've had her on the MSEL project. I'm going to have her on the shows. Well regularly just like you but she really helped me with that not directly like saying. Hey fix this shit but like by asking me questions. That helped me come to my own conclusion. Just as friends like texting back and forth and I would say. I'm really struggling with this thought. And she would say will. Do you actually believe that. That's the truth and I'm like well no like when you start to like so rational. I know you start to logically unpack. Why the most of the Shit you'd think is actual bullshit today. They you've been conditioned to fucking believe based upon inputs that you put in probably just weren't the right inputs you know what I'm saying and I can be look man. I'll attest to what you said. It's life changing. Just one one fucking sentence yet instead. I literally wake up and I've conditioned myself to wake up my feet hit the ground. I'm like dude. It's going to be a great day being fucking boss. You know are being a boss yet. You know what I'm saying because I don't really call myself the fucking boss but like there's a being boss doesn't mean you have to actually be doubles right that everybody knows that everybody can be the M. F. CEO of their life. That's right man so like dude I fucking wake up and I think that shit and I go look in the mirror and I'm like we've got some work to do motherfucker you know and then we go do it. And it's great but like man like now. I'm working on identifying all the other bullshit that I've got going on up there in my head that I'm trying to fuck and change around but by identifying it that's the ultimate it pulls the curtains back because you can't change what you don't identify you're just like with your bloodwork can't change the data. You don't know yeah. I tell people that all the time. Because they'll ask me questions about entrepreneurship and they'll say well. Dude how do I how do I make sure I don't lose it all get complacent and I'm like we'll do the fact that you're aware of this and you're fearful of. It is going to keep you from doing that. Because you're consciously taking things to resist that it's the people who aren't aware of that. That actually ended up happened to them. You know what I mean and another thing to this one. I thought it was on my mind about entrepreneurs because like a lot of entrepreneurs really struggle with and I think people not just entrepreneurs 'cause entrepreneur. Everybody's Enterpreneur entrepreneur. There's only two kinds of people you're fucking one or the other you either own an organization or you work inside of an organization so either of these groups. I think a lot of people feel like one day. They're going to wake up and it's going to be gone so we live in fear but remember how long it took you to build this shit It takes the same amount of time to fucking break. It the fuck down. I mean it might be a faster scale. That's wrong we say it's not the same on time it's it takes a lot of effort to to make something come crashing down so like dude. That's that's thought that I struggled with for a long time where I thought like fuck dude. One day the other shoes GonNa drop and I'm just GONNA be fucking destitute. And that's that has driven me to push right but what I logically worked through it. That's not really even possible because there's all kinds of solutions to every problem if I'm willing to learn and get better and take accountability for what the fuck went wrong. So the fact the fact of the matter is it's almost literally impossible for. It's just you know for anybody's life just to come fuck and crashing down the way that it comes. Crashing down is by you ignore the little things for so long that they become fucking huge. Thanks and so when you start to think about it like that and you think of it in terms of like losing weight or gain weight you've lost one hundred pounds and you're terrified of being fat again one fucking pizza's not gonNa make you fat. It's right but if you make habit out of that let it go without paying attention. You know what I'm saying it gets out of control. I think for a lot of people out there who were living in that fear. 'cause I just like we hear in society about the get rich quick shit like we hear the stories glorified like the the story of the lottery winner or the story of the business owner the guy who opened a business and now he's a billionaire and two years shit like that those are the glorified stories. Well we also hear the Gore fight stories of the back end to which is like the guy that at. Aw fucking everything came crumbling down the American greed stories you know shit and it terrifies motherfuckers. Like there's a lot of people out there that are living in complete fucking fear. That is completely logical. Totally completely illogical. There's no reason to live like that. You know what I mean. Yeah and I live. I know this because I live like that for a long time. If fucking sucked. It's why my hair's fucking gray for real. You know what I'm saying so for you out there. Struggling with these thoughts realized it takes time to build shit and it takes time to break shit down and whatever your goal is or whatever life you're leading you know if you're aware of it you're aware of what you're not you're not get not focusing on it not obsessing over it but just aware that's almost good enough to keep it in check. Yes yes I. That's what I tell. My patients is to report on their internal dialog that either new favorite sport. Because I'm telling you the list is the same five fucking things we're GONNA lose it also maybe others catch and release so all the patients that I see right one of the things you know. I mean okay with the seals not so much. They don't don't quite need any advice from me or in terms of that. I mean you know these guys but you know for everybody else literally everybody else. There's a narrative It's a mental narrative and we all have whatever that is and we repeat the same ninety thousand thoughts when you really start to identify with anyone that has depression wheat issues. Whatever it is if the same thoughts whether it's I'm never going to be good enough I'm never gonNA make enough money. I'm GONNA get sick. I'm never going to find the right person or I'M GONNA lose it all whatever those four thoughts whatever. Your four thoughts are you've got. Four von has four. I have four. It's the same rhetoric over and over and over again. The same lies that we buy all the same thing to ourselves. Though and then the problem is this is why I always tell people have fucking haters you gotta voice in your head of fucking hates on you but if you can identify that and actually what I did in the beginning is I would just write it down and then you laugh at it just like what. You're saying it's ridiculous you would just write it down. Yeah start seeing the most ridiculous the end. It's almost comical. If you say it out loud dude listen to this shit. So last night I was high as fuck and I'm laying on my couch and I'm fucking Texan One of my our our accountant. Okay and I'm like yeah. I can't get a hold of them all right and I'm like fuck because I'm fucking I'm high so I'm not thinking fucking logically right and which I come up with some really good ideas okay. Let's be real but Adam. What the fuck you laughing at Bro. Drug tests Monday motherfucker. So anyway dude. The thing is like I'm sitting here thinking and I text dude. It's like eight o'clock at night. Yesterday was fucking Valentine's I. I completely forgot Valentine's soda chain saw so I text him and I'm like hey bro. I didn't get this report today. I get a reply back fucking thirty minutes. Goes by and I'm like fuck. I haven't heard from Mike because usually hits me right back here so I fucking text again. I'm like Bros. everything okay and in my head. I'm like fuck you. What if something happened to man and like tomorrow? I'm going to find out the fucking likes her business and then I'm like dude. I caught myself and I'm like are you fucking stupid. Like what the fuck are you saying? Like but dude. That's me that's me doing that. Yeah you know what I'm saying like I feel like I'm operating individual. Yes in fact. I know I am because I got medically called that by one of my doctor. Yeah so that's a real thing. Isn't that thing? He's kind of high operating individual. Just say L. C. H. This is fucking science motherfucker. You said yes. It's fucking true because your doctor. You know what I'm saying like Dude. This is this is the whole problem. We're laughing about but I don't know man. We all have that ability to fuck ourselves up. Manley. It's why everybody's so obsessed with haters did this is why when you make a post about haters. Everybody fucking loves it. Because everybody's like why are you always talking about haters? I'm like well because it's a real thing that we struggle with. It's just not actually other people. It's nice but it's easier to blame other people pointed ourselves and say we're actually the source of our problem. Dude look man. Here's the commerce. What does the conversation like? Let's be real. What's the conversation about haters? It's never it's very rarely. This person said this or did this me. It's almost always man. I said this and I bet there's people out there that took it this way right and I bet those mother fuckers fucking hate me and then you start. Well there's gotta be millions of those people but dude that's an arrogant thought because that is like inflating your own important falsely like do the truth is nobody really gives a fuck now. I can fuck me about like dude to live in their lives. Were busy doing our own shit. No one talk about like do. Do we care yes. Is it everything? No so like we sit here make up the slack. God Dude has got to be a fucking army motherfuckers. There's probably a club. There's probably a fucking fuck and get together and have fucking parties Shit. Talk about how much they hate me. You don't say period. It's fucking reality but we all do that shit all of us. Yup We have that mental thing where we think we can do it yourself. The it's the best sport is catch and release. Yeah okay. So that's what you mean. Catch-and-release caught the thought and then released it. You're like Oh my God Valentine's Day. What am I doing that? That's it that Shit Right. There is the most important thing that was said on the show. That's is what helps everybody. That's good catch and release making your new favorite sport. Dude that is. I think that's the that is if you listened nothing else and you take nothing else from this. If you take that it will improve your life fucking exponentially definitely guys if you want to hear that kind of good truth on a regular basis you can subscribe to Andy's blog. It's called the Andy. Graham you go to Andy for solid dot com and hit subscribe. Go Follow Dr Gabriella spitting this fucking Good Shit Man. Follow Dr Gabrielle. And before Andy wraps up the only other thing I was gonna say I just wanted to share a book recommendation because I want to contribute to this. 'cause I think we would all agree that not only taking control of your mental conversation but filling your head with good stuff is is important to success. I have a very unusual Book Recommendations. What's that beers? Good stuff good stuff. You can't have it because it gluten but that's another that's another topic. Stare right talkers listening right now. I'm getting OUTTA my face. It'd be that fucking around one with the with the bucket straight straight now. You're so full of Shit. Bro. I can't man besides it's it's generally healthy. Stay away from Avenue Joke Anyway. I know I was GONNA say beer goes in. Your head is pretty good. Show okay I got it. That was a that was a bad joke own bags. You fucked it up. Oh by the way. If you want us to address any particular topic or you have a question Senate it. Are we still doing the confused? Af at Andy FOR SALON DOT COM. Or you can just me and yes. I'm going to make a shameless promotion for my instagram at Vaughn Color. They should follow you and it's not via win by the way the guy's Va Koa. Celli are just like the toilet Vaughn. Colour Vonda Yeah. Maybe you can make a hat out of it. Dude south shunning I by the way I have reserved the von the impaler instagram. I never use. It doesn't exist but just on the internet or is that going to be your home base. No just just I just didn't want anybody taking it so it's kind of parked. You know I also bought von the IMPALER DOT COM but That could become kind of an interesting website. I have a story about twenty website. Yeah you go ahead. I would like you all to go to. Www dot. Why don't you go to this website? Here Madonna's real quick. Tell me what you find. Www dot own pussy dot com. Oh my what comes up? Madonna is it. Oh W N what. Oh that's you that's pep bought. Put that on your computer hand dude. I got one of those you know. I'll that's funny so hilarious. Nature of Andy. Looking like What's that dude from the seventies Frank Lucas Frank Lucas? Where in the you WanNa see a funny picture. Me White Photo DOT COM okay. Fifteen years ago fuck in. We were having a meeting has been around for fifteen. Yeah that's funny. That's that's an old picture for Mardi hilarious so we had A. We had a of employees meeting. And we all got fucking wasted and we were all talking shit and one of the guys Jason Kane decides to make a website about some of the shit that we were talking and puts his picture our lives on the Internet. That's funny yeah and now it's Seo. Scores GOING TO SKYROCKET. Everybody's GonNa go. You know Walkman so I don't fuck with it because like I'm I'm willing to take razzing just like everybody else but it's yeah that's a few times because the enemy. They're like Bro. Look I picture view. That's fine. Oh really but in all seriousness. We love feedback on topics to cover questions to cover so e mail or shoe museum back. What's that thank you? Yeah so the book is actually a book. That's been around for a while. But it's called the fifties by David Halberstam. A history book. But it's man it's written so well and what most people don't know is like the fifties were an amazing decade for entrepreneurship. Like you're talking. Ray KROC Kevin's Wilson who started holiday. Inn. There's guy that started a whole like he started mass producing homes and he established levittown Pennsylvania. Like it's a really amazing just reminder that there's been a lot of different people who have contributed to our country and its success but man business people and entrepreneurs have contributed to American success in a way that in many ways. Nobody else has. And so that's covered in this but it's also covered. It's also a decade where the RISE IN TECHNOLOGY. Like you know what you went. From radio to television there are lessons about media and the streets of media and the and the the pitfalls of media that are one hundred percent applicable today. And it's just like it's just a really really well written book and there's a lot of life lessons and so I would recommend either buying it Or listening to it on audible is just like the production audible dot com is really good too. But you know you're seventy five hard Andy's program for creating mental toughness. One of the requirements is reading ten pages of the Book Day. This would be a great book to read. Even though technically it's not self help you can pull life lessons from it. That are that are just killer and I would also add for those of you who are committed to self help. Don't just read self help. Books read widely re deeply history biography even science like Dr Humans to learn Shit. Yeah and if you don't use it you really are. You are failing. You are wasting your life if you're not cultivating your mind on a day-to-day basis but any final word. Final Thaw. What are you reading? I am reading atomic cabinets. Which is a great book and then the other book is make your bed. Oh yeah I try to find somewhere actually. So this is a admiral mcraven. Yeah and he gave a really great speech. I think it was at Texas. You tack or anyway. It was really amazing and The Seal Musy the Seal Museum for Michael Murphy is having an opening and we're going to go see him. He's going to be there and toss cool speaking. That's cool and most people listening shows probably heard that speech. Yeah and so we you know Shannon I like to read together and this was something. That's easy and simple because we don't have a lot of time with a new baby but we always make sure that the house foundation is good so when you read together you mean redesign book together now at night. Two different books at the same time. We read the same book together. Because that's cool. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's allowed really. Yep So this is new to me so like school I read. I read a lot more than just that but usually the book that we make. Shane read it. Sit Sit and read together dude how you think. I got four kids man. Pick a book and bonds starts narrower and my wife honey. That could really do a lot of people some good. Yeah like just to read out loud and you're would help a ton with their ability. People always used to read out loud. That was the only way that people ever ever read. Silently is a relatively new thing in American history of the world. Yeah explain that to me because reading books used to be so rare that Whenever share them with everyone literacy used to be so rare that when you could read a bar allies so that other could benefit from it but in addition there is some evidence that reading out loud like if you stand at a podium and you read it out loud you know you involve more senses and you're going to retain more of it really. Yeah yeah absolutely. That's super interesting. And that's weird. The both of you guys do that to me not weird. I think in a good way I mean we read all the time. I didn't realize people actually did that. Like they have like a probably not super book that I've ever read out loud. Well it makes sense because both of you people are smart as fuck. Well actually think that's a pretty good. That's pretty good advice. I might start doing it. It's it's it's good to the best home listening to me. Read some Shit Dude. Hey listen that reminds me of an idea that I had that. I'm not going to share on the air but The united talk about but the best book I ever read. Alao with my wife. It was a killer. Book was the book unbroken by Law Laura Hill. Have you ever read that? But my mom wrote a book. Yeah Yeah I knew. Your mom is an author awesome so people realize that. Yeah but that's she wrote novels right. Yeah her her. Last book she rose called Hickory Hill. That's awesome and her name is Sherri Hill sharing pick that one S. H. E. R. Y. Okay and so is it on Amazon. That's cool Yeah no unbroken if anybody's not that's the story of Louis Zannini who was who was at sea during World War. Two for like two months and then after that spent I don't know how long like a year the Japan Japanese concentration camp. It was. It's insane. It'S INSANE STORE. The by the way the book The movie sucks but the book is incredible and Laura Hillenbrand right the way she writes. It's like you're reading a movie it's so descriptive in awesome. So anyway go ahead. You were saying so one of the things. That's interesting when I read with. Shane is the perspective that you both are reading the same thing and you're reading it together at the same time but what you each here is different and the perspective is different. So you actually get to know your partner better. Yeah I mean sense. Yeah I didn't ever occur to me that was like something people did. Yep Yeah I mean. I don't think it's like everybody does it and I'm just now I think dot. Yeah because in my relationship we think about things that would make us a better team. Yeah Yeah and there's just certain things within the domain of the family that we do but I mean completely aside from like doing that together like I'll go downstairs and our basement and literally take a music podium. Open a book and read it out loud to myself. I definitely want to do. That's a skill that you possess. Yeah you have to possess that skill for what you do because not only do you do the podcast but you also speak to. Rit In some of the guys don't really realize like by the way I just want to say this you should be following Vaughn. If you're not thanks to you guys come to me and follow me and like I realized like why because I'm awesome but let's see rail. That's fucking amazing. All right. Do you guys want some real spiritual like commonsense good guidance about being a great person. If you're not following Vaughn you really fucking yourself. That's interesting because I put him in front of with our Artists Syndicate with my latte. We're we're dealing with people who are high operating highly successful individuals and I put in front of them and they fucking they all come away with tons of valuable shit so like don't sleep on that. Make sure you're following them and paying attention to what he's doing because it's amazing thanks and that goes for Gabrielle. To nobody will come on the show. That's not going to bring you high amounts of value. I promise you that That's very true so I just WanNa plug him. Because I feel like a lot of people. They don't follow you well to honest with you. I'm literally going to write this I struggled a lot with self criticism. You know that like I struggle a lot with that but y you know going back to the narrative right. That's what makes you wonder what you do. Well right but I mean like I can't tell you how many times I've written as opposed and destroyed it. Yeah like incentive post because it's right and so my I'm so my desired like starting literally. Today I was even going to post about this. Today was literally going to call some friends of mine. Say Listen I have got to start posting more and because I am. I'm writing this stuff and I'm not posting it. I'm not creating it because I'm buying the lie that it has to be perfect to help people it's just Bologna and they can. I just reframe that -solutely so when you do that what if it wasn't about you and then you take away what everyone else could learn permit and that's actually much more valuable like just make it about serving people. I mean yes. Yeah know about that but I got my yours is correct or not but because the message is so valuable all tell ourselves to like dude like nobody wants to hear this right we tell ourselves and then the other thing we tell ourselves is i. Don't WANNA post because seem like I'm full of myself right and do that's a hard thing. I think for a lot of people I think. A lot of people struggle with and if you look at it like look what she just said. Now YOU'RE IN SCENARIO. We feel obligations. Serve because you know some shade other people. Don't so tell me this. Why is it that the people who don't have anything to say and are full of crap because the ones who are out there and people like no actually say no? I don't WanNa make it worse place or not aware enough to even have the conversation with themselves to say man posted this shit just to be an ego maniac. They don't they don't they're not even it's not even fucking figment of fucking beginning of the seed of a fucking tiniest little thought in their brain doesn't exist so the reason there's an information fucking vacuum of tons of dumb ass shit and very little good shit is because of what the fuck you're doing all the other people that are smart and there's a lot of them are doing the same shit they're saying. Fuck Dude you know if I say this it's GonNa it's Kinda because dude the fuck social media is very selfish. Yeah it's a very much attention bias technology if you say whatever to wherever you want to call it. It takes a certain amount of Not Caring to actually even talk about things that you know. You know what I'm saying. It's got humility right. They're going to feel like you're bragging like dude. I always feel like I'm bragging when I show my life because Dude. I know it's a lot different than most people's life so I feel like I'm bragging so they don't show it but the guy then people come to me and they're like like I have these conversations do because we've been doing this long enough now where we have people who who literally have built new lives because in certain things that they saw and it'll be dude. I remember when I saw you get your first Lamborghini in two thousand and fucking twelve that inspire me now. My business is doing sixty million dollars. So there's real impact because we've been doing it long enough so then I have to think like fuck. I kind of need to be a little bit of a douchebag because there are certain people out there that go out and fucking love it right. You know he struggle with the internal thought because you like the attention a little bit now did I. Yeah I would you're saying resonates with me so much like the people who really do things to say. That aren't saying I've I've often thought that we needed to have some sort of like conference where we teach people how to communicate how to put their message out there because the right people the good people the people that are really truly committed to the right things. They're the people that need to be the most aggressive about about public. Speaking one of the best things you said at the last day live you said every single one of you should be out there speaking as often as you can because it's true it's the loud people. It's the people that are hurting. The society that are that are speaking the most people the good people that need to communicate. You understand what I mean by lack of awareness so even questioning whether what they're saying they're putting out in. The world is worse than by default because of the way that we're built in the way the system is bill. We hear a lot more from people who are just less intelligent and less knowledgeable about things because they don't have that internal capacity to stop themselves and say fuck am I am. I being arrogant and my being egotistical. They're not self evaluating anyway right so that that's why. Yeah No. That's absolutely true. You're right I think that's cool shit that you guys do that. Reading thing yeah. That's cool cool. Sometimes I add English accent. Let's hear Irish. Open your mouth now. Yeah because I think you're full of Shit Mao. Try to selling Sean Connery. Which not sounding like him right now. But you know I won't even try my Sean Connery. Hey I used to do a good rainman. A little piece of advice one definitely. We're doing audio show. Don't Brag about accidents you don't I am for sure you're going to say let's hear it's true. I'll keep that in mind for the future. I guys well look. That's a show. Thank you so much for coming down doing the. Show it really. It really means a lot to me. I'm I'm happy to have you on the show. I WanNa have you on the show regularly so Anytime come down for for work. Let's let's get this going. Yeah thank you so much for having me a thank you and guys. Thanks so much for listening if you love the show if you got something out of it. We don't advertise the show. I would appreciate if you left us a review on itunes and then also if you would share it with your friends that's all we ask Pack the show full ads. I don't try to make it. You know this big pitch thing. We're just trying to provide real value and have real discussion about real issues so We would greatly appreciate it if you can help us get word out about the show. All right you guys. Next time Tohmatsu come ongoing project spoken to welcome.

America cancer Andy US Valentine American heart association St Louis Washington University Dr Gabrielle Ward Dr Line Luke Lyon Arizona College of osteopathy facebook Hunter Aries Hunter
10. Should You Eat Bambi or Bamboo, How to Avoid Loneliness, and Why the Happy and Successful Play Catch and Release

The MFCEO Project

2:13:35 hr | 1 year ago

10. Should You Eat Bambi or Bamboo, How to Avoid Loneliness, and Why the Happy and Successful Play Catch and Release

"Hey come on going to watch. The project spoke only way one eighty two fifty. What's up guys for so? And this is the show for the real abide in the lies the fakeness and delusions of modern society and welcome to motherfucking reality as always. I'm joined by my handsome EST OF CO hosts Dj Dj God otherwise known as Von. The dude you got a Valentine's glow in your face. Hey man it's. It is the fifteenth of February. Valentine's Day was yesterday. You still walking around hearts in your eyes and Shit I know man. Hey I got a I got a fourth daughter coming in. What couple six weeks? Five weeks or girls that didn't make me That didn't keep me from making my wife pregnant another time a second time. I made her re pregnant. You know I go to the direction I wanted to do. You guys celebrate Valentine's or what do you do? We're going to kind of do that today. Yeah just because of you know my I think in the last well certainly in the last three years but probably in the last seven years. I can't tell you the last time we went to a black tie affair so the fact that we're going to the first thing tonight with all of you guys. She's really excited about our our first forum. Awards banquet ceremony that we do once a year. Five six hundred people. Everybody comes up. We Ward are key people and performers in time. It's all you know what's cool. You're gonNA notice this too. It's cool to see all the guys because a lot of these guys dude. It's the first time they ever put on talks. Yeah you know what I mean is really really cool. Yeah I had to go pretty standard classic tax living in a small town. So powders Luke's Raffles. W WE'LL DUMBER dumber action. Yeah exactly by the way. I've worn my wife that there'd be like tons of hot women there tonight who all wanted pictures with me too. Well that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's an inside joke. So we have a very special guest today. Why don't you introduce her? Yeah we are excited. Have Dr Gabrielle. Lyon with US and You know what I know. You don't want me to brag on your Brag on you anyway So basically Dr Line. You're a functional medicine doctor. You're be board certified in family medicine. Right and You went to Arizona College of osteopathy which I'm a big believer in osteopathic because of my wife is an osteopath and you also went to Washington University in St Louis. Which if you guys don't know that is like a cream of the crop type of School and in fact. I think if I'm not mistaken it's ranked number one medical school in the nation but It was at one point. You got like a nutritional science fellowship. Nutritional Science I did and medicine and Geriatrics. That's awesome well And then if I'm getting this wrong. Forgive me but you specialize in muscle metabolism and body composition optimization. Which means you help people get swale. Yeah right yes I do. But in general you are just a very very very intelligent woman. That's why we had you on here and that's what I wanted to hit okay. You guys don't understand is is that. She's one of the smartest people that I personally know. And we want to bring smart people on the show. So she's here and one of the cool things that she does is help with the health and the overall fitness and conditioning of all branches of special forces so for the United States. So that's something that's really cool. You guys should know too but I'm happy to have her on really for the sake of conversation. Yeah thanks for making the trip down here. Happy to be here. This is a second time. We flew with the baby. Yeah go good. Yeah Yeah so. We have a trick. We dress her really cute. If you've ever vodka dealer a little hat that's really cute. So then when she screaming and crying. Everyone's like Oh man the baby. Do you know that not? Everyone's like Oh. Yeah the baby. There's still like shut the fuck totally one hundred percents so so with you being married to a navy seal. I love the direction you went with the name of your girl. So you WANNA share with everybody. So her name is aries. Hunter Aries Hunter and who is aries aries? Got Of war after war. We're trying to keep that under wraps but yeah all right well I'm super impressed by that. But listen so speaking of husbands and and And Marriage and babies and all that obviously last last week was Valentine's Day and so While we'RE NOT GONNA STAY. You know slavishly to the to the subject of love and relationships. I just thought give everybody a little preview of what to expect in our in our conversation I I. I read a recent survey that that basically shared some pretty startling results about what women think in America and It's super relevant to everybody who doesn't want to die alone and be unhappy So we're GONNA talk about that today. A little bit Given your expertise to Dr Gabriel There is a war going on in America. It is an intense war. There's a war for the heart and soul of America. Actually technically I think it would be the the mouth and the stomach of America. We're GONNA talk about that too why it's relevant everybody who actually continues to live by eating which is pretty much everybody other than those who are. Fed intravenously which I think is probably a very small percentage of our our country's so we're going to talk about that and talk about why fucker by so fat. We could talk about that. Yeah that we could talk about that and then we also talk about why. Everybody now thinks that it's okay. Just throw science out the window of every single diet in the face of the earth. Yeah make up Shit. I think we'll probably experts out there. It's a pretty outrageous. Yeah so after we talk about the last thing I want to talk about is is epidemic. It's actually sweeping the country And it's not the corona virus but this epidemic is is in many ways just as dangerous and affects people at really strikes at the heart of what it means to be human beings. So that is what we're GONNA cover in a way that nobody else on the planet can cover. But but before we start. I actually have one of two questions that I want you all to To answer the first question is what is the most embarrassing date. You've ever been on or horrible date you've ever been on or just anything involving a romantic situation. That was super embarrassing or the other question that you would like to opt for the other question. The other question is give us give us what you think is the greatest pit move you know like just the greatest pimp move like how to make your self attractive you start okay all right. Nazi so the worst date and I think that this is universal. These are the guys all the news talk about themselves. Truly as if they are the most interesting man in America. Nine just brutal. So is that frequent? Well I mean obviously I haven't been dating for a while but yeah I don't think that's necessarily guys. I think that's people right now. Yeah you know what I've noticed from the social media. I'm old enough to know what it was like before the social media craze hit and a lot of the younger people you know they don't really remember because they weren't around and I think it's a greatly accelerated the level of narcissism in in our in our society. It seems that it's really hard to have a conversation where someone just doesn't. WanNa like bull barf out all the good shit about themselves time. It's kind of weird is where you know. It's really interesting. And then they believe their own hype. And that's what's even weirder. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Do you mean like these motherfuckers on instagram. That have one point seven million followers and they get four thousand comments on their fuck and posts and and no one knows who the fuck they are right and then all of a sudden they walk around with their chest puffed out like there's some kind of do just because you went and bought a bunch of fake shit right and it makes it look like online so everybody knows who you are. It doesn't mean that everybody knows who the fuck you are. Yeah or that you've done any of the work that is required to get there. You ever wonder like how is it possible that you could actually pay for all those followers and that and that you know deep down that ninety eight percent of your followers or bots but you still feel good about that role I. I don't think they fell. Can you do either unless you live in fucking fear? And they're waiting for the shoe to drop where they're GONNA get fucking call it. Yeah I'm sure that's a terrible way to live because dude I mean. I can't imagine what that would feel like to like literally be pretending to be something that you're not and then charging money to talk about those things it's just we're man is weird to me that the government has come in and like just put some of these motherfuckers jail to make a point. Yeah like scan. Yeah but I mean dude broad it totally wrong but the but we're getting off track with this but I mean the it's I think it's what you said. I think people start to believe their own shit and then all the sudden like stocking to make a true man and then see these same guys and girls like throwing events and having parties and doing these things like they're celebrities like. Oh boy Saturday nights my birthday party and they make like a fucking flyer for it. It's like do what the fuck is going on when I was growing up. You fucking Saturday night. Was your birthday. It's still do mccaw three my boys. I'M GONNA say. Hey let's go be fucked up. You know what I'm saying like. Oh we're not making a fucking well actually Madonna and I might make a flyer but it'll be for us to send back and forth to each other bits ourselves that we're cool. Well we don't fucking it's just weird man like there's weird shit going on. Yeah Yeah what what is going on like people are people are going to great lengths to prove that. There's somebody that there's significant but my in Creole. Like how much better would the world be? If people were just be somebody to the people right next to him. Yeah I think that's great. That's and that's the most important. That's the point right. You WanNa be someone star with the people right here next to you. Let's let's do something for them. If you really know all the Shit you say you know. Aren't you helped motherfuckers? You know in real life you know but people don't WanNa do that work anymore. They don't WanNA grind out for ten years or twenty years. I made a story yesterday about Kris myself when we were starting our business the first ten year like people think this is bullshit like we're making it up and the first years. I'm business man. We fucking fifty grand each. I can fucking prove it year one through three zero bucks okay. Three through ten six hundred ninety five dollars a month. That's truly how we did it. And then when I say that people are like. Whoa how the fuck did you survive while motherfucker? I worked other jobs to keep my business open. That doesn't make any sense. You know but look where we are now. You know what I mean. People just aren't willing to do that. They have all this technology all these things that their disposal where they can literally connect with different people in a meaningful way hundreds of times a day but they choose not to do it and instead they wanNA pretend like they're a fucking celebrity and everybody owes them the conversation or the interest or the you know whatever it is their attention the likes the shares. That whatever you know people don't oh you that shit just because you have a million followers that you fucking bought doesn't mean people are gonNA listen to you you know so. We have a situation right now. Going on where I think people are just fucking loss man. I think people are really lost. They've lost the ability to communicate and care about the people right next to him and instead prefer to put out this image that they think's going to improve their existence when reality all it does is take away from their existence because he's taken away from their soul. You know what I mean Dude. If you're making up all this shit and you're trying to be something that you're not gonNA wear you down and on the inside because you know you're fucking lion and that's GonNa Kill Your Confidence. It's going to kill yourself esteem. It's GonNa make you up uber paranoid all these different things like dude if people would just start here and here and here and it'd be and learn how to be good at him you know people were probably listen and it would start to grow. You know what I mean. Yeah Fuck Dude. I was right and Shit on facebook in two thousand fucking nine. It was getting three fucking likes. You know what I'm saying like nobody gave a shit but here we are ten plus years later in it's different and people just aren't willing to accept that that's how it works. It just does. I don't know anybody in life who's literally made something of themselves and it hasn't taken them a decade one hundred percent and that goes back to this epidemic of Bullshit that we're hearing society about nutrition and health and wellness. People haven't done the work right. They don't they haven't done ten twenty thirty years of the work right but but they're relevant European is not relevant. That's right it's gratification you. It's irrelevant information. And so for example. I'll give you an example so you know on my instagram. I feel very passionately about Just health and wellness. Because I care about people you know me I fucking care about their life. Yeah do do. That's one of my favorite things about you and I told you yes I care deeply I mean I have invested people invest in peripheral things. I've invested in myself hundreds and thousands hundreds and thousands of dollars in debt to invest in my education. So I can serve other people truly and psychoses things that are that I know are very well. Vetted and validated that scientists the laws of science. And you know. I've spent time learning this studying this from the best and I get tons of comments from seventeen year old girls or guys about how I'm lying I'm funded by the industry all this bullshit right. Yeah as if their opinion is relevant. Right right it's not relevant. Even if even if they have a couple of hundred thousand followers. Well that's what they think makes them relevant. I know but this is the problem that we shiny everybody's so quick to just want to have the answer and be right versus actually taking the time to listen. Yeah and putting it you've been in business for. How long have you been in one year so your time you put in time? You've earned it. You've earned the right to have a platform and to have an opinion that people listen to. I kind of chuckle. When I hear you say that their criticism is that. Oh years paid by the industry. While I'm pretty sure that there are tons of people industry that hey you know what I'm saying. Yeah they're promoting the establishment that comes from people wanting to be an expert before they've done the fucking work right you know they want to do a. Lotta these things like you know. I understand like okay. Let's just talk about vegans for just one second all right. I understand why you why you believe in that. I truly get it. I truly get why you believe and why you live that lifestyle. I understand dude. I fucking care about animals to and I get it I get it. I get it totally. Get the emotional investment that people but when you stand up and you start saying things that just aren't true it discredits the movement the so like for example like Dude I've been attacked by Vegan people by posting pictures of my dog and then they come on my page. So you don't love your dog fucking me and I'm like well that's some really fucking weird logic but you know I do eat me and I do love my dog and I can do both all right. I'm not barbecue in my fucking dog right like you know but like the there's no logic in any of the arguments and the most I have to say. They're the most abusive and aggressive groups. They truly wanted their message. Should be heard. Now that's not the way to do. I agree and it's a culture problem in their movement. I totally agree with that. I there is now with that being said. There's a lot of vegans. I'm friends with Alli totally get it. And they look at the science and they say okay. I know the science is this but I still choose to do this because I feel. It's the right thing to do. That is a that is okay. But what's not okay is when you force shit out. That's not true. People make decisions based upon that information and they ended up less healthy because of it. And that's the problem they have plus when you attack attack attack attack attack. What's the natural reaction someone when you attack them to resist so if you really care about the Vegan movement you vegans out there listening? Listen I'll get it dude. I make a lot of Vegan products. I try to create the best vegan products on the face of the Earth for you guys. I totally support what you're doing but understand that when you attack attack attack attack you're hurting the moral caused that you're trying to promote totally sold fake and reorganize their methods. They'd be a lot more effective and happier. Yeah so while. We're on that topic. Let's let's just roll with this because this is something that we had We had plans as a topic to discuss. So recent Valentine Survey said that in spite of the fact that everybody dogs on the whole idea of dinner and a movie as sort of uninspiring and boring and Cliche the reality is the vast majority of Americans actually say. Hey just having dinner. Together and chilling is a really really great thing. So you guys are talking about vegans. I mentioned earlier. There's a war going on in America. It's a war for America's mouth and stomach and it has says it's a war for dollar right and it's a war about meat so I think this really ties in to what you guys are talking about already. So let's just go with it. I was going to wait till later to talk about that. But let's start talking about what this war going on right now about. Yeah so it's Like any was saying. There's this ethical dilemma. Where people have this issue with eating meat? But it's it's not about meet right. It's about misinformation and pushing an agenda so you've got two very separate groups you have the people that are really into eating meat and protein and health and then you've got this Vegan Vegetarian Group and It's really divided and so what's happened is we're hearing a lot of false information. That's literally poisoning our country. So what's basically the position of the Vegan people is is animal animals and animal products. Kill you animals and animal products will kill you and the environment is bad for and it's cruel to animals right. That's what I mean. Cruelty year I mean if you take that off the table right animals you do have to kill them to write eat them. That would be really weird to do while they're lives. Yeah right but then the other aspects of that as if it's bad for the environment or bad for your health or total lies. Let's talk about peace later. But let's let's talk a little bit about that. So their contention is that beef is actually. I've actually heard Vegan. Say It's carcinogen rain. You know that's something I hear left and right so let's talk about that. Is Beef bad for you? So no and there's never I mean there's never been any kind of randomized controlled trials or high quality evidence to support that. That's it it's simple. You talk about cancer. Risk Smoking and cancer when you think about what that is. There's a two thousand three thousand increase in the risk of cancer. If you smoke all the data out in you know in the atmosphere if you eat animals and the risk of cancer is and considered not statistically significant so what's motivating them to tell people that it's dentistry industry. It's an it's an angle of fear that they can push into people's brains. That convinces them to go along with their moral agenda. Yes it is immoral agenda manipulating science to to to to promote them and their thinking the thinking behind. Because I've talked to many people that are that are like very responsible. Vegans and they agree. There's a big problem with the being. Yes and with the patients and then people that I take. Yeah and they will tell you that. They are encouraged Vegan VEGAN LEADERS OUT. There are influencers that encourage people to push these things out because they're in their mind. It doesn't matter how the quote unquote murders stop. Whatever it takes to stop the murders. We're GONNA stop them. Stand in front of a truck fucking burn places down whatever. Fuck today okay. So we're that's the mentality it's okay then just make shit up to to polarize people and scare them and fear them. Shame them into a decision. But I'm sorry that's not fucking America and most people don't care about eating beef. They're going to eat a steak and be okay with it. That's right so the other tactics are going to say. It's bad for the environment and bad for your health and you know they're scientists right now and it's really interesting you know. I was trained by scientists. That have a lot of integrity. Dr Donald Laymon. He's one of the Oh Jeez of of protein metabolism and he doesn't care what the answer is he cares about the truth of it. You've got other guys like David Katz and this health initiative where they try to change the biological value of protein literally the biological value and say we'd protein is the same as animal. Protein does not but they have enough funding and enough money behind them. They do studies. That literally are so false. Well they work to change the go ahead. That's something that people need to understand about studies as when you fund a study you could get any fucking answer you want. People realize that there's a million companies out there that will that will study. Do a study for you privately. Basically come out with the answer that you're looking for it's not talked about. It's not spoken about. It's not in writing. But it's an unspoken thing like. Hey we're funding you. We kinda need this answer to come out and then it comes out. You know what I think of when you say that Andy is that. Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't a couple years ago. Or maybe even just within the last year at the Tim. Harrigan Heart Association came out with a thing that basically said that coconut oil coconut oil was bad for you. That corn corn oil was preferable said. Most most doctors like especially functional doctors going. Are you insane like this was so blatant papa? Ganda that talk is just rampant so the American heart association gets money from Processed foods like OATMEAL Where on the other end of the spectrum is commodities like beef and egg? They can't the money doesn't go to sources like the American Heart Association and they're very because they're under the umbrella of the USA. There's they're very limited in what they can say. So all say beef could say is that it's part of a healthy diet whereas they can whereas Processed foods can then give money to the American Heart Association gives millions and then American heart. Association's will say along eat oatmeal. That is scary or corn oil. You know and it's really interesting. The more integrity. The science has for example. It's very hard for industry. Science to come out industry science would be egg and beef and and those kinds of things very difficult to get poor studies published. Because they're under so much scrutiny. Oh so you're saying that's a good thing. Yeah yea yeah other aspects like Andy was talking about So I think the average consumer. I think that this creates a problem. Which is that. We WANT TO TRUST THE PEOPLE IN AUTHORITY. We want to and so it's scary when we find out that there's all so. I have a question because you know sometimes in in in our economy John Go here. Is that we the the the world that we live in a has always been lied to. What's happening now is that the transparency is so fucking easy now and it's so easy to look beyond what people are saying or the marketing message through this that we're starting to figure out that we're we've been manipulated for a long time and that's really what's going on so this isn't new. It's just that we know about it is that makes sense. Yeah till sense so so. This shows about talents. Ruth and we are. We do our best not to be biased. Either way politically you know Democrat Republican conservative Liberal. I feel like an American In the in the history of America sometimes there are certain parties. That are more responsible for something bad in America than the other party. But in this case with the with the issue of the way that this is working where you had this these big Companies controlling the the outcome. I feel like both parties are responsible for letting this happen. Is that true you know? I don't know I feel I. I don't know I feel like there's a lot of industry and pharmaceutical funding. Then make things very very confusing and then you have the Americans not doing their part really not taking responsibility for themselves. You got the million follower seventy year old girl just spewing because she read it I don't know she read a read it post. Yeah use now all of a sudden over favorite pop star actually said Ho. This is horrible. You know what if you want to do something because your favorite person does something fucking do it? That's not what we're saying. We're not saying this at all. But no the facts like dude. If you're GONNA do something no that like like years where the problem comes in in my opinion. Let's say you have someone who really wants to be healthy. They want to be healthy. They're sick they want to be healthy and then they read some of this shit okay. That's put out. That isn't true and they say fuck all right well. That sounds pretty good. Because they're ignorant to what's going on right and then the personal fouls that and actually use less healthy when their goal is to be more healthy and then they get sick and die. That's not being considered by anybody. It's not being talked about by anybody. And there's a social responsibility. I agree with exactly what you said of American people to put a stop to this stuff. Because it's now right. People are getting sicker. They're not getting healthier right you. You cannot just make up shit because you feel a certain way and because of the way that the Internet has become this thing. Now there's no checks and balances against you know what's the worst thing that can happen to you. Someone posts you on another page says you're full shit. There's no fucking people policing this shit and we have a big problem. Now because now it's getting into like certain groups of people have figured out that if they stop and scream and shame and yell and fucking make an embarrassment and actually use become a pain in the ass the other people would have shut the fuck up and that's a problem. That's a big problem. So we have a scenario now where people are willing to shout people down that actually know the truth and eventually of smart people. Just shut the fuck just going to say you know what you guys fucking deal. You do your own thing. You're totally right in fact and this is this is become more and more a strategy of people who are out there promoting falsehood that instead of. I'm guessing I'm GonNa Guess about you doc. That that if somebody came onto your page and said listen I respect your position I disagree with it. Here's why I disagree. You would totally respect that person. But I'm guessing that that's not what you get nine times out of ten. You probably get you hate animals. You're an animal hater. Or Cruel. Or your your. There's not an engagement with the facts. There's name calling or people that think they know what they're talking about writing a whole bunch of stuff that's just not true and then it's confusing everybody else right. It's because them verson has some semblance of they sound intelligent. But I don't have time 'cause I actually do the real work and see patients. Yeah I don't have time to sit with these all these social warrior right. So so that's the problem right. We had a problem. Where a lot of mother fuckers aren't doing shit become the social voices for all these different movements and the real experts people who know they're actually busy doing real work real world now. We have a scenario where there's so much misinformation being thrown out there because you have another group that's like dude. I'm not going to sit there and argue a someone on the inter- like I had a guy come at me the other day on on something. I said about supporting trump. Okay like and he came at me with Dude you know I love you but you're fucking insane for you. Know he came in with you. Put Child Kids in cages. And this and that and this and I'm like what I'm like. Okay we'll be specific on what you're saying. Because if he did that I don't know about it right right. And then so. He came in and he came in with some more stuff and I said okay. Well what does that mean like? Why do you think that I'm literally trying to figure out? Like is there some shit? I don't know where this motherfucker put some motherfuckers cage like you know what I mean. No one that along the same thing it was just it was just nonsense and I finally said he finally come back after. I asked him a couple of questions and he said Dude. You're just toying with me. No I'm not toiling with rain I'm trying to I'm trying to make you understand what you're saying is complete bullshit right. And that's the problem. People don't want to accept that their full shit. Yeah and it's I've never seen it before. It's like this confirmation bias. Were you could literally say the sky is blue and someone does not right. No it's really you say it is no fucking world flat. Yeah I mean come on people. I don't want to know I am. Yeah I had this recent experience. I was on national television on the show called the doctors. And you know a lot of the listeners. Probably don't know about it because maybe it's I saw I looked at okay so They invited me out there and I knew what I was getting into. It was five liberal doctors and me and when I say liberal there had an agenda and they were very plant-based which is totally fine and I would literally say. This is a super simple concept. Animal protein is different than plot protein. I mean it's not it's it's fucking it's not as not mind blowing and the guy was just shaking his head you know. It's not cleats. This guy was a doctor. Yeah Yeah I mean. He's yes he is but he's ipe in his agenda ideology is driving his nose but he knows rationality. It's so he has to literally no where he saying is not true. I'm saying it anyway. Sure you see that's fucked up. I am now so now. I'm on a show with these five other physicians who are all planned paced and giving them facts. And I'm saying you know these. This is the issue. We're not over consuming protein. It's not bad for us. We've never had any studies. Any randomized controlled trials to determine that it is and he said. Well we don't need randomized control trials to determine that running with scissors is bad for our kids. That's the logic. Yes and I said but we have randomized control trials that support. These things are healthy so his asthma but everybody listening and then the way they edited so then here. I'm trying to speak up to protect people. Everybody listening including the doctors to shut down and that is the problem because from the top down. It's wrong it's lies. Well we live in dude right now look man. People don't even have a chance. No they don't because people are so fucking narcissistic and full themselves even have a chance willing. They're not willing to say you know what I don't really know anything about that. Yeah Yeah what I'm saying. Oh you're right like do they say I don't I? Yeah I'm GonNa tell you dude motherfucker. If you think that you're going to bullshit your way through life and somehow come out the other end being successful your fucking sorely mistaken because you will get to a level where the people that are further down the road and you're gonNA recognize your full of Shit and then they kick you off the ladder like climate success ladder in any area whether he'd be building a movement for better whatever. Okay you have a moral agenda that you WANNA push and you start to make up science about shit. That isn't true the smart people are GonNa Fuck and look at you. Say you're full of Shit? Yeah which actually hurts the cause because you want the smart people to actually say. Hey I'm going to adopt this. And if they would just fuck and tell the truth and say dude. I just believe this is the way to do it. I don't believe that killing animals. Some smart people would actually say you know what I actually agree with that but because they lie and because they pushed this shit. It's impossible to get people that are actually intelligent to buy into it. Okay at the that you need to actually spread so these motherfucker whoever's running Vegan movement you motherfucker show hire me show you because you're fucking do that walk saying like yeah if they would just tell the truth and say just say hey we just don't believe it 'cause it's not good enough. I agree I agree. I don't disagree with you at all. Andy I but I do think that the other layer of this is that it's not just about people who are smart. It's about people who are smart and are willing to tell the truth because clearly those doctors that were talking to you. They're smart people. They're just not willing to tell the truth now they're willing to brainwash their hundred percent brainwashed belief and they're not willing to say you know so. I think part of being a good business person. Being a good position being a person is willing to get information and go you know what may need to reevaluate them. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'd be wrong this whole fucking time and by the way that's one of the number one reasons that as a person of faith. I regularly read things that atheists right eye regular read books by atheists. I regularly do same thing in business because I want to be challenged. I didn't WANNA believe so. I read things from people that I don't necessarily fuck and I agree with or believe in what I usually find out is once I find out where they're coming from. I start to understand what their messages about. And the problem is is that dude society as a whole so fucking arrogant like you look at people who have cars called fucking all that. Shit cocky arrogant Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah motherfucker. If you knew where to fuck I came from you to understand why I'm the way I'm at You know what I'm saying. I fucking sweated and bled and fucking grinded to get here and guess what I'm fucking proud of it and that's okay right but what people don't understand is they want to jump ahead of the line and get to the fucking end and be right about everything and what they don't get as dude. That's how you get there. You don't get to the fucking end by guessing your way or bullshitting your way through. You have to consider the fact they you fucking don't know shit because I don't know shit and I'm doing pretty fucking awesome in life. You know a lot about your thing but in every other area you're willing to learn smart. I'm retailer not I mean but I listen to these other do stuff that I don't agree with it. I'm like look into it and I get it. I'm like fuck okay. All right I kind of see that but then I and then I have a basis to evaluate against all right. Well his experience he came from here. This is what he learned. This is probably why he thinks that when I did this back in there. This is how this worked and I start to come to an understanding and I can evaluate if this guy is actually intelligent or not by the way presents. His fucking information. That's what people understand when you're when you're just doing shit out just because you have all the people that feel the same as you supporting. You doesn't mean that there's far more people that think you're full of fucking Shit. You know what I mean. And that's GonNa keep you from getting where you WANNA go. So you're getting. I call a feedback. Mirage. You're getting. You're getting fake feedback. Based upon the information you're offering a like minded group when in reality you should be offering the information in an unbiased group and see what the fuck they say by the way. That's my that's my internal struggle when people say well. This is been peer reviewed by who what happens if all the peers had the same bias That's the problem Mike. And I know everything about academic study of what we're seeing the quality of evidence. We've seen mass global health recommendations made based on poor quality evidence. Yeah but that's that's social pressure. What that is is. That's motherfuckers getting there. Getting entangled in a in a certain culture a little bit and then they feel pressured to conform that culture's message and so we ended up with a situation where we don't get the information because people are afraid to buck the system. Yeah it is true so I I'm on a lot of email lists to physicians and the information that they're getting fed is totally wrong and then they're the ones who is scary. Let's stir it literally will kill people it as the trajectory of aging. You know spending two years at Wash U. I was at the bedside of these guys dying. Yeah hundreds of people. None of these people talking about this young have been even the physicians that are family medicine. You know you're not at the bedside seeing what this bad information as well and they weren't consideration top. I mean do it on top of all this shit that we've just gone over. We're not even considering the fact of the pressure to sell certain things AKA pharmaceutical drugs to people right. So we're not like dude like people have the misconception of what the medical fucking world's really is. They think that when they go to the Doctor. That doctor has their best interests in mind. I think that's a reasonable thought. Don't you think people should have that thought? Well I do but I think that the way medicine is. It's very cookie cutter so they don't know I really believe that. The physician doesn't necessarily know they are not taught to think they're taught to recognize patterns which does make a good physician but they're not thought to think outside the box but we have. We have really been brainwashed because I I mean this is anecdotal but this is I know. This is true across the board in America. Whether it's my wife serving in metropolitan Saint Louis or small rural Manhattan. Kansas nine times out of ten. Somebody comes in. She's trying to diagnose them they're just give me a pill just give me a pill and they get mad at her if she starts asking them questions about lifestyle volume mad. That's the indoctrinated culture of this whole thing. That's we're so do. Did you know that fucking pharmaceutical in most countries former pseudo companies cannot advertise directly to the consumer? Joe That why the fuck should a pharmaceutical company. Be able to advertise fucking you to question. You don't know Shit. So why should they advertise? Do you That should tell everybody in the world right now. What the fuck agenda is. The agenda is guess what to sell Shit. Yeah and so we have a big problem with the whole system because we have this we we as Americans okay and other international listeners. But we're Americans so I'M GONNA fucking use that frame of reference we as Americans. I believe have reasonable right to think that when we go to the doctor that that woman or man knows what the fuck they're talking about and they don't and so what they do. Is THEY EDUCATED BY THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES? About these things then. The pharmaceutical companies runs adds to the consumer. So they're hitting it from two fronts. They're teaching the coach and the player. What fucking equipment they should use. That's not okay dude. And we have a government that's corrupt because they take all these fucking bribes junkets and all this shit from the pharmaceutical industry because no one else has the money to fuck and funds. Shit when you have a pill see this is another thing people. I'm going to supplement business. People understand this the pill that we make cost the same as that nine hundred dollar fucking pill that they are selling you. I'm not saying it's the same shit because it's not what I'm telling you. Is the wrong ingredients. Cost A fucking shame right. So how the fuck could you not have money to pay off everybody? You want charging nine hundred dollars for a single fucking serving of a basically what is different kinds of supplement. That's what we're talking about and on top of that when have a scenario where shit doesn't work or shit isn't perfect or shit isn't like super healthy. They're still selling it because the margins fucked up dude it's crazy people people so people who blindly think that when they go to their doctor. They're getting serve the right way. Dude you better do your fucking homework. Yes yes do your homework. Yeah so before we shift gears into a little different direction. I want to hold your feet to the fire. Just for a second in very simple layman terms. What like let's You know the average American does love animals. So what if somebody said listen duck? Yeah I'm all other things being equal. I'd Rather Bambi not have to die so that I can eat venison right. You would probably not be my patient. Well but playing devil's advocate. Why can't I eat the impossible burger? Why can't I eat plant based protein? Why can't I just pops a Meta may or is this an ethical and ethical question? You can you know but I mean in terms of is meat animal protein. Like why? Tell me why? It's so much better and why I can't just subsist on a on a plan so you can but you're going to need to supplement okay. Animal protein feeds the necessary building blocks for animals. We're animals. Ooh that makes total sense right. So you said make it similar plants. Yeah no plant feeds plant if you want to do a plant based Diet you can do it. But it's GONNA take a ton of supplementation you're going to have to monitor your calories you're GonNa have a much lower density food source can be done but the question is do you. WanNa be optimized or do. You just want to subsist on. Yeah Yeah Okay. So the animal based products are nutrient not a science guy. We've been doing it for two point five million years at least it's evolved our brains so I'm not a size guy but the way I would understand what you just said is not only are not only are. We are what we eat. Can we need to eat? What we are. Vaughn in annual acids. Yeah Okay you. When you don't get a complete amino acid profile you have to take other amino acids and the amino acid profile of a plant and animal completely fucking difficult all right and so what does do is those initiate muscle protein synthesis in a different way which means the plant and animal. We're going to have different reaction inside your body. Can you explain just for the science people? The difference between the two different kinds of minnows. Yeah plant and animal because I know people are going to say well. She just said plant fees. That's fucking stupid. Well Do. We're trying to make it so regular people can understand that when you think about a protein. That differentiating factor. When you think about its biological value is its amino acid profile. The branch chain amino acids are essential amino acids which means. We don't make it and we need those at certain to trigger when Andy was saying is muscle protein synthesis. And you're like well. Why do I care about that because you care about muscle? Muscle is the organ of longevity. It's actually a legitimate organ. Muscle is not just or the beach. No it's not. It's so much more advanced and so is muscle. It's actually endocrine organ that when you secrete it secretes. Things called my all kinds. It's pretty cool right. And that actually is the key. It's the organ of Longevity. So plants make the amino acid profile in the correct doses for example those branched chains to stimulate muscle protein synthesis whereas plants while they do have the same amino acids. They're in vastly different amounts. So to simplify plants have the amino acids to stimulate most Bernie Senses Humanit meet. Yes so PLATZ. It would require four cups of keen. Wa Four to six cups of keen wa to get the amino acids enough to stimulate muscle protein synthesis synthesis. So you need four to six keen watch equal one small chicken breast while simply put that the amino acids necessary like those branch amino acids those found in animal sources stimulate muscle Muslims. All KINDS OF BASEBALL SIZED MAKING. You look cool. It's responsible for literally all kinds of different things. Yes okay like about aging is related to Muscle Glucose. Metabolism helps keep everything helps keep obesity and check. It has to do with your your metabolic rate like basically fucking everything that keeps you like alive comes from this comes from that right so when we get this advice that you should just eat. Plants and animal protein is dangerous and caused cancer. You Literally Destroy Tissue unless you are eating a certain amount of volume or supplement. You can supplement with vegan protein powder. That totally works. But it's much more difficult to live a life like that and to be optimize. Let's talk about something productive just for what dietary recommendations. Would you make to a Vegan person listening right now because there's a lot of them to to help them be more healthy and let's say let's talk about this logical adult? Yeah yeah they're going to continue to be Vegan because they they believe in the moral standard of what vegans represent. What would be some good things for them to do to to live that way and be healthy? So the number one need to manage their calories. Excess calories excess carbohydrates the majority of a Vegan Diet is almost all carbohydrates that is devastating for people in less you do a kind of Kito style vegan which has high fat Vegan Diet with almost no protein so protein is really the black sheep of the macro nutrient family and the most valuable so these people need to do shakes. That's it. It's the best way to do. It begin protein shakes. That's what I recommend for my patients. Or they can add in branch chain amino acids scoop to say Tofu and then you need be twelve zinc bullied selenium and you need to task. You need to test their blood markers. That's something people definitely don't do. Enough of strategy. Yeah Know How many times you have to ask. I've got an alternative strategy now. This time I had an agenda over what I'm GonNa stab me and take no for some for some testing that. I wanted or working. This is like the running joke for two years or something just trying to come home ever give blow when she asked. I have come up with a different strategy okay. So let's go deeper on this issue because you know what when Indian. I met we for the first time ever. We'd spent like thirty before we ever got into business. We talked about thirty minutes about how we both love our dogs. Okay so we're big animal. I got the other day I came across By accident came across a video. Where were guys were Were feeding rabbits like a Boa constrictor. And I I sorry feeding rabbits to a BOA constrictor. And you know you'll you'll see people. They'll they'll take videos of like feeding Goldfish to two parents to be honest with you. I struggle with that. Because I'm like I don't I don't I don't I would never take joy in some animal like I. I don't I can't get my head around people who take joy in watching animals being fed to other animals. I just don't get even though I do. Think it is natural. It's part of the natural ecosystem. So that being said. Do you think this really comes down to in n? People's desire to be compassionate to animals. Have we lost some rationality in terms of guys? Animals are but they are not human being totally outrageous just outrageous. Because they're missing the boat. You mean to tell me you're going to trade your life or chicken and it's a it's a it's on reality right like the people don't like. I mean look at fucking nature man Like animals kill other animals and extract. And eat them right. All right and people don't like that they don't like it like but because we don't like something doesn't mean it's not true or the way it is. That's the problem. That's the fundamental problem that we have in this. It's not just this particular issue. It's really all the issues on. We have the bottom two percent of the fucking Internet basically making a rules other ninety eight percent because they're the loudest and the least educated and they don't mind bashing the fuck out of people to get them to do what they want right. That's wrong okay. We have a situation where people are not okay with looking at the facts and accepting reality and reality. What's the what's the? How does nature work? It's a fucking cycle. It's an ecosystem. Guess who's at the top of that motherfucking chain? We arm okay. So people don't like that they don't like that right. We have dogs. I Love Dogs. I love my dogs dude. I love him as much as I love more than I love anybody in this room. But I'm still fucking steak tonight right. You know what I'm saying right because I know it's what it's what the fuck I need to eat right okay to stay do what I'm doing. Now I could I can compartmentalize and understand that. There is a dichotomy of these things. The problem is is that most people understand what a dichotomy is and there's two sides and a nuance to every single thing. People want to plant their flag on one side of an act. Like it's a fucking fact when in reality just isn't she's not a fact and this goes for all kinds of things people making up shit about you know fucking politics or veganism or whatever. I mean Fuck Dude metoo movement anything like we can make. We can make fucking plant flags on things that we like but the truth is guys is there's exceptions to everything and we as a culture have a problem understanding that because we don't like to see like what you're saying we're a rabbit gets swallowed up by snakes. I mean some people like it. I don't like it either. I think it's fucking I don't like I don't hunt. I don't kill Shit but I just don't get the entertainment value like the Internet. I totally understand hunters like just because I don't hunt doesn't mean I don't fuck respect hunters and that's the problem. It's like you're either on my team or your fucking against me right. And that's an attitude that's been going on in America for a number of years now because people have figured out that if they yellow screaming and shame people enough that they'll just go do whatever else and what what they don't understand. Is those people that you're silencing are not changing their `continuing deliver wife the same way and you're actually not getting any traction by doing what you're doing. You will give far more success by having real conversations and this also comes from people not thinking that they're logic or their reasoning or their cause is actually valid. They don't think it's valid right like if they don't think it's valid and you don't think you have enough ammunition to get people to understand. Why the fuck you screaming about it right? You're saying yet dude. It's even more than people aren't changing. When you yell at them I say they get more entrenched. But what about you somebody? You're like screw you. I'M GONNA. I'm going to double down and even more entrenched in my position on the issues are why not contribute. I look at some of these comments and I looked to see I look and see what people are doing and I just think. You are not contributing. You're not contributing to make the world a better place. And there's a drastic drastic discrepancy between how people behave in real life and how they behave online. I I have a story about that. I was on a panel recently. And it was you know whatever some people in the public eye and one of the guys on the panel. He didn't know it had sent me. A whole bunch of hate mail had message me on Instagram. Saying about how I was killing animals and he was. He was new and realized that that was you and correct. He was like I would love to get some blood work. That's hilarious. I would love I would. It's so nice to meet you. And he had no idea and of course. I remember him because I was like. Who is this asshole? Yeah I'm on my instagram. Telling me that I should take on his post immediately because the impossible burger is different than just beef in there so much more in beef by the way. There's not no there's not it's regulated. It doesn't it can't have those things in it. How about that. It's ridiculous like dude. Whatever happened why can't we just have conversations? Hey I don't really agree with your position I like you but like do. Tell me why you believe what you believe. Why can we not do that? What is so hard about that? I know somebody's profiting off of us being angry at each other. That's all I'm saying someone's profiting off of us at each other. Lots of mother fuckers so just kind of getting back to this whole issue of the value and dignity of animals. So I'll I'll be free with my bias so I am coming from a position of faith. I believe God created I got loves animals and created them. I believe that human beings are different from animals because we have souls and were made in the image of God but I was talking to somebody like on a practical level completely side for all the spiritual everything on a practical ever is targeted. Intents begin types. Who was against all cruelty to animals and I was like well so I have a question. Like are all animals as valuables human beings so like you know it's not just the tiger and a lion is valuable but like a frog and a cat. That's there all his valuables human being. I think it's a I think it's a respect for life. Yeah issue they. Yes but what? What one of the things the way I relate to because like I get to? I fucking hate snakes. Dude I hate my fucking hate him. I still I still. Don't run them over. Yeah you don't San I see one in the road in nobody around us. We live in a rural area off. Stop and I'll fucking scooted off the road that I do that. There's a turtle in the road. Run the mother fucker over fuck. It stop and I moved into the side of the road. I love animals. Yeah I'm the same way but I like I was talking to this guy and I said listen though I want to really truly understand your position and I I don't WanNa misrepresent biggest but I think this is there is I said. Are you literally saying the animals are worth just as much as human beings? Yes I said so if I accidentally hit a rabbit on the road. Dad should be prosecuted with the same legal force. That you know killing a person. You know Vehicular homicide or manslaughter. Yes shut the fuck up dude. I have talked to a ton of people like that like that is their mentality and again. If you're Vegan tell me feel otherwise but that is that is the mentality that they want it part of the legal code that part of the legal process that this kind of like you can't do this and I am I if somebody attacks animals I think they need to go to jail absolutely. No you go to absolute you. Should those people people don't make channels ask you did all bullshit I do? Well I know but I can abuse animals. Actually they should be thrown in jail. But I hear you but I get I get what you're saying but but the But regardless I often ask people like walk through the practical implications again what qualifies an animal as an animal? Should we not have pesticides or should we not have any sort of pest control? I mean our cockroaches animals. Do they have the same values human beings? We're going into an era of society. If it doesn't fucking change soon where we will not be able to say fucking. Anything won't be able to do anything. Yeah it's it's like it's like fuck and communist Russia back in the fuck and seven. He's okay people fucking get it. They think it's a fucking joke. They think it's cute. They think it's funny. They laugh about it. They say Andy. Why do you get so upset about it? Well because I fucking know were going. You Ain't GonNa like it right okay. We can't even joke with each other anymore. We can't even tell a fucking joke because it might fucking offend people. The best the best comedian in my opinion in our era is fucking Dave Chapelle. Dave Chapelle won't come out and do comedy shows because every mother fucking time he tells a joke. You mother fuckers freak to fuck out and act like bitches. That's sad dude. Dave Chapelle is the best thing for fucking racism and all these other things because he fucking laughs about it and if we can't laugh at each other we can't even fucking connect you know what I'm saying so do people's fucking Vaginas fucking little biddy tiny Dick's sauce throw that in there. Fucking fair are fucking fucking everybody else like I. I WANNA go see Dave Chapelle. I WANNA fucking laugh. I want to be able to tell funny jokes to my friends. That are fucking black and have a good time without us. Fucking hate each other. I WanNa fuck and do that. But what can we because people get their fucking feelings hurt for no fucking reason? It's not right dude to Saint America anymore. It's become something else and dude. All of you guys is support us and me and all. This shit is fucking super. Ultra right-wing trump fucking shit. I'm talking about mother fucking America. I'm talking about everybody You know what I'm saying. So why can't we just fucking get along? It's not that fucking hard and the truth of the matter is is that if you go out in the real world people do get along. Yup It's only online where they don't like dude. I don't walk in a fucking Mike Jim or are these places. I go on a daily basis and get says people say any Haiti. Fuck you like. There's a lot of say like I don't know I dude for me. I just grew up in an era. Like dude there's always consequences of the Shit you sat. You know what I'm saying like Dude. You don't fucking and now. We have a whole generation of players that don't think that there's consequences for what they say which causes a whole nother problem. Yes you're free to say whatever the fuck you on this is America but there are consequences to everything you say whether you understand the consequences or not. That's something people have a really hard time with if I don't agree with what you're saying now there's a problem now. We have a personal. Can we not like? Can I not just say Hey Yvonne. I don't really know why the fuck you'd Wanna live in Kansas Bro. Can we just say that you and that okay? I'm not say to me. Hey Bro you know what I don't know why the fuck you like what you like right but does that mean. We can't be fucking friends now. We're still great friends. Absolutely we disagree on all kinds of Shit okay. But people don't have the capacity to do this anymore because their pride and they're narcissistic behavior has now attached them to an outcome. That they've decided is right. When in fact the information it's out there says it isn't right and their egos. They're plied in their image of themselves is so fucking fragile that they aren't willing to say. Hey maybe maybe I'm thinking about this the wrong way and I'm GonNa tell you right now. A lot of you guys are in entrepreneurship. Listen THIS SHIT. You will never be successful financially. If that's your attitude towards everything or anything kind of percents you'll fucking lose I. I like that. You brought up this issue because it relates to the other The other topic that I was going to raise. Which is that And I texted you about this. The other day did and There's a new survey out and there's been there's been several surveys that that bear out the same result and it's read about this. Npr magazine but basically there's an epidemic sweeping the United States where we hold on dude NPR. Magazine I meant NPR. I something online. Npr's National Public Radio very aware of what foggy? Hello you're listening to. Npr This for several. No Dude this is what I saw. Line no no. This is what I saw online like. Do you dance to this shit man. Npr I mean. Is this where you learn all your skills? Npr's kind of it's kind of good. You Know I. Sometimes I struggle with the going to sleep so you listen to those guys. Hello you're listening to all things. Sit around with your radio I have a I have so so like. Am radio. I cannot listen to that shit. Yeah that Shit makes my head hurt. Look it makes me feel sick. I think time when I was a kid. I got car sick in the car because my dad used to listen to that shit and I think it like condition me so now when I hear that talk I automatically get this nauseating. I'm being serious smart ass. I get a nauseating feeling when I hear people talk like that. It makes talk like what like what you were just talking like what I just said. Oh Man. That's a bummer. Because I was going to go off on a tangent because for most of my life I have actually not really liked my voice but lately I've been getting these these great voice. Thanks saying I know what you say. But lately I've been given this feedback that people actually like my voice so I was actually going to ask you if I could do like a long monologue and say Lord have mercy two hours of Commercial Free Andy for Cilla. Our podcast would be it would be in the trash. Yeah it would be but anyway when I was going to say it's so there's epidemic sweeping the country. This actually kind of boggles my mind. All right I mean I understand why it's why it's true but still boggles my mind. The certainly the research concludes that three out of five Americans. Now Doc Doc Gabrielle. You're you're very smart. I don't know. What the percentage is but three out of five? That's a lot three out of five Americans. Actually Admits to being very percent sixty percent. Okay that's a lot. Let me tell you how to figure that you could tell me how you take the five. Yeah multiply it by two okay. That's ten right. You're smart dude. Three times two three times to six. Okay Okay Okay. Actually percents that makes sense. I B I. I waited for years for my college to offer a math class that I thought I could pass through. It's okay because I am no fucking mathematician. Benjamin's I just thought that's right. I'm actually shocked I that so anyway. Three out of five Americans admit to being up pretty significantly lonely. So the two Demographics within the American people that that are most affected by the loneliness. The first one won't surprise you. It's it's geriatric. It's older people. Obviously you get older. A lot of your friends die you. America has this sort of bad bad habit of of sending off the people who built this country into nursing homes and then flag him. That's a bad thing. But that's a that's a topic for another day. But the other. The other demographic was like the millennials and generation Z. And all these so my question is how much of this loneliness epidemic is connected to what we've been talking about for the last couple. I mean what do you think? Is that stretch? Because you were talking about like people wanting to be right you were talking about how we're allowed to say too much. I think people spend way too much time bro on the fucking Internet in general and like when you do especially because like your dude. People are building companies in creating jobs and doing all these wonderful things with the technology that we have but man that also requires us to spend a lot of people three four fucking sometimes eight hours a day online. And you know when you do that. You're limiting human interaction. Dude I could tell you for sure like I struggle with depression. You guys all know that I talk about it openly because i. I don't want people to think they're alone. But I can tell you for sure like one of the things that triggers me to get in to go down. The dark path is to spend too much time Well not enough time with real people. Yeah it's not. I don't think it's too much time. Do I think there's a way to balance it like when I spent a lot of time online which I do and I also balance it with like human interactions and jokes and hanging out with my buddies? Not I'm not saying about going to the bar. I'm saying like even just ear sitting down having a conversation where we sit around bullshit or whatever. We're fucker out. That makes me feel better like you know what I'm saying because I'm like Oh fuck okay like act because we have this thing as humans where we assume we automatically assume the worst you know and so building. A brand online is very difficult. Okay so when you first start out and you start putting out all these things that are important to you. No one cares. It's a very fucking harsh reality for people that are like fuck. You know what I'm saying. I got my four people that give a shit like that sucks. But that's not true though because those people may not have seen your post. Those people might be doing other things. Maybe they're not even on the Internet right now and so we created this reality. That isn't real. It's a false reality. Is there real aspects of it? Fuck is absolutely. There's real opportunity. There's real connections made for sure but people are putting so much attention and an attachment to the likes and the shares and the comments and it's driving people literally fucking insane and the truth is like do. No one gives a fuck. How many likes or comments you get in real life like I. Don't walk into fucking work and say hey motherfucker. Do you know the fucking a million five motherfuckers. Follow me. You say how'd you? How'd you dated a dude? I got seven hundred likes my recent rows but that but that's that's real shit happens though in the younger generation I know talking about. I admit I can't wrap my head around new. No but look man. It's it's it's I'm not talking. Shit it's a problem Because because it's all they've ever known yes and so. Do we have this problem where these younger people or people who are just new to the Internet? They get a false sense of loneliness because dude. It's a comparison game correct. All is a comparison. We're we're designed for real human human interaction. You know the is when you connect with each other or baby. That's a nervous system. Yeah the eyes are part of your nervous system. Well that's why when you look someone like like do next time. You're talking to someone take a fucking fraction. The second and look at them in the FUCKING I. You have not their middle of their nose. Not Eyelid there. Yeah Bubis what are you referring? None of that. Shit fucking I and like look at the guy and look into it and it's very uncomfortable when you start to do that because it's it's hard because you're not used to it but dude. I'm telling you if you just look people in the fucking your life will change. It will change because you're gonNa make better friends and your. I'm GonNa tell you another thing if you're lonely like as a dude or a chick that's lonely mean you're not getting fucking laid. You could fix it pretty easy by look motherfuckers. In the truth that is true. You have very if you're trying to flirt with a person of the opposite sex or same sex. Whatever you're into and you look at their fucking eyeball like right into it like you look into their fucking soul people like that Shit. Yeah they're connected. That's not just like common sense. The reality is is that there's all been all sorts of psychological studies where they literally took two they described them as average attractiveness strangers total strangers and the and the researchers would put two people in Roman usually. It wasn't like same sex couples it was like opposite sex and they said stared like gaze at each other for two five minutes and they did that. We're talking total strangers and up to eighty nine percent of the people that did that not only registered a deep feeling of connection with the person but even registered romantic feelings. Just by looking at people. That's what Dracula women in the you know. The he looked at them really close and then he may. He started living like regular for fun but now do so no. You're right I mean I think we've lost. I think the Internet has really really hurt. Interpersonal connection and What about I mean I? I totally agree. We're meant to where humans were meant for human connection not meant for cyborg connection right right. Plus it's kind of Guano man. You see some of these fuck sex dolls are making they fucking the real real real like there's this thing now. Don't be serious. There's this thing our these companies are going out and trying to find these Internet influencers to make real life sex dolls of them just for them to sell. That's that's happening right now. I have not seen that young. That's crazy yeah do I. I saw an ad pop up for one or some shit. I thought it was a real person like real. I bought three of them. I did I did. I did read an article this to me. This is sad like this is just I duNno. I read an article that that men are less interested in relationships with women these days. Because they're just. They're just jacking off the porn like literally. That's all they're doing. They're they're like I don't need I don't need to have a relationship I don't need to have. I don't need to get married. I didn't date anybody. 'cause I just stay home and play? Well fuck man. That's crazy dude. It's crazy it's weird like look dude. It's weird like that dude. The social media is going to become that. That's where it's going to become like dude. It's already becoming it. We see it happening. We have these like offsite websites. Now we're all these people are doing all this shit you go pay to watch it dude. It's fuck like look man. I'm all for do whatever the fuck makes you happy like whatever you're into fucking unless it's like little kids be into it all right. That's whatever but nobody you don't have to show that shit for people to approve of you like and that's what we fall into right. Do we see this with a with with the with the Internet. It's gone from like I show like the side of my ass cheek. You know what I'm saying to like now it's like people are bent over with a. Thong with fucking ass right in your face and you can see the butthole. That's half you know which is where the term third cutter comes from just never heard that term cutter. Now I can mid Western turn for Thong underwear third cutters anyway. Yeah so we called it so funny. Dj Have you heard of that service? And I got I got one of our security guys one of my security guys my personal security sitting here in A. He's just having a good old time laughing at us. That's great so I mean lower even talking about the dynamics of men and women all kind of raise the issue that I was gonNA actually raise at the beginning but Full was a little different from what I plan but basically Another MR survey today but there's also a survey out now that says that one of the reasons that people are not getting married as much is that women are complaining that there is a lack of good options among men. There's a lack of exceptional or desirable men to get married. Because they're all full she got. It was talking about like dude. How you GonNa Fuck I wanNA marry someone. That's literally made up this fake as life is that is that would you guys say is that is that just a woman. Problem is lack of exceptional men. Exceptional humans okay. It's not you know there. There is something to be said for having integrity and being a good human and carrying and wanting to become a better person. Yeah the good news is is that it's never been easier to meet someone because that is true if you get to stand out because if you actually reflect things that are desirable it's GonNa stand out because most people aren't reflecting those things so it's a good opportunity and you got to distinguish yourself by being normal human being like you know how many girls I talk to say. Dude I just WANNA normal dude. I just WANNA normal motherfucking dude. Like I don't want I don't need a dude wherein fucking super cool suits and pretending he's in the cool kids club and all this shit like they don't want that shit their dislike is one a normal fucking new guy that goes fucking job takes care of himself. He's a good dude this but that's not that's not happening right. It's not cool to be you know everybody's gotTa be somebody. Yeah you got to be a social media influence. You guys a good dude. Yeah but I would say I would. I mean look this is I love women. This is not an attack on women but I if I were a single like dude. I can tell you this. I look at Emily and I look at all the shit. That's out there and like fuck dude. I picked good. I feel about my wife. I mean crazy a lot of women not all women but the crazy but I'm just saying like dude it's a it's a relative relative standard like there's I think there's a lot of women if that's the poll women. I think if you pull men they would say the same shit about women I think they would probably do know. Man Look Dude. There's difference between a girl that you wanna fuck and a girl you WANNA marry. It's the same for girls. Girls Look guys and they say this guy's hot I probably have sex with him but I wouldn't marry him. We all look at people like that so I would say what you said is correct. It's human beings. They're they're putting out things that aren't desirable. So what would you say is the the number one quality that's lacking in the average person today? That might have been more prevalent in previous generations confidence confidence. I'd say honesty honesty. I mean real confidence like I'm not talking about fake Bravado Internet Bullshit Swag I'm talking to media swag and talking about someone who's actually sure of themselves. Yeah because the insecurity of the Internet craze so much insecurity with people that it's Dude I think most people right now are walking around feeling like frauds completely. They just feel like a fucking fraud Because they know that they're pretending to be some shit online they're not and it's fucking destroys who they are on the inside and then when they go to be in a relationship there fucking paranoid they're jealous. They're they're getting upset about certain things you know. They're projecting things like these dudes who go out and they fuck and like every hot chicks picture and then and then they get a girlfriend and you know they're comedy there in the Deanza all the girls and shit like that and then they get a girlfriend and they think they assume that she's doing the same thing because that's what they did and now all of a sudden they've got this tension. I know you're doing this with so and so and this and that and this dude it's it's like what came first the chicken or the egg right and so you have this revolving cycle of events that just makes people feel like. There's nobody out there when in reality if you just broke away from that same cycle for a minute like hey how about this. How about just take three or four months and say I'm not fucking Dayton anybody and I'm GonNa take a break from the Internet and see what the fuck is? What what you really do get some distance between you and that repetitive cycle. And they'll start to come obvious obvious to you. What's going on less distracted? Would you say that confidence is rooted in a clear conscience and a clear conscious rooted in having character like just being a good person doing the right thing? And that's that's how you can feel good about yourself and have confidence. I think that you could start there. Yeah I think that confidence is something that you need to build upon yet but I think that will give you a base level of. I can feel good about the way I live. Yeah so what attracted you to your husband. I mean he's a sale so when I met him on this guy you know 'cause they just have this really bad reputation. I mean. He's an incredible human being. He's really humble extraordinarily capable but incredibly humble. He's a lot like you. I think In terms of like he's a very good listener. Yeah that's one of the things I love Shane. Yeah it's like when you talk to Him. He's actually listening to you in this goes. He's not just waiting to talk. He's very in fact von like weights. It's weird dude and this is what I meant a minute ago about. Just being a normal human make any standout. I remember the first time I met Shane. And I meet fucking thousands of people and I remember the exact conversation I had with them because it was at. Pbr downtown. When we had a an event here I form. We didn't cover that. She consultant is one of our scientific advisers. I form as well but it's almost bizarre. How how well he listens because when you finish talking and the time between when you finish and he starts yeah is abnormally long. Yeah so you're like like when I first met him like this fucking weird but what reality is actually living like a fucking human? He's taking information processing thought and he wants to think about it before he says it back to you. That's exactly right. Yeah and I love that about him. Yeah it's one of my favorite things out and because dude it's so rare. It's so rare. That's crazy that's awesome everybody. He does really cares about people. accents that you guys together. Asia. It matters to him. I mean you have to understand the guy who went to war to protect people and he truly is that sheepdog he feels an obligation to protect is and he's very gracious everybody I truly have never seen anything like it. He's calm collected and gracious. Well when you go on season fucked up shit you realize that there's not a Lotta Shit that we get to see you. Get your two riled up you could see about all the all the foot stompers and fucking ralliers and all the shit you know. They've never seen anything real because they did. They wouldn't be so upset about this. You know so but I mean dude. He's a stun. Yeah period now but dude. If more people were like that I think we have a better America. We lead like hey let me hear what the fuck you think and then let me think about it and let me think what I think instead of me. Do you know what I think this came from. Honestly like this whole problem. I've been thinking about this for a long time if you think about how. Communication has evolved a hundred years ago. Dude not one hundred hundred thirty years ago. You had to have a face to face conversation with someone more. You had to write them. A handwritten letter was how the fuck it went. All right maybe you type on the typewriter came about but anyway I think I came about way hundreds of years ago. Yeah did it anyway. Yeah like check it but anyway it's written or fucking voice in your face three much right then. A telephone comes along then. The telephone is the way of communication with letter writing in eighteen. Sixty seven okay brother. So that's still recent technology and that's not even when it came into popular use okay. Well that's recent technology. Yeah okay so now. We moved into a scenario where you know. We went from human interaction to a little bit of technology right the phone call a letter right a typewriter then. We moved into newer forms of communication. The fax machine. That didn't come around until like the fuck and sat late seventies early eighties. So do we went this long ass time as humans with really no other communication besides real fucking interactions then. A little bit longer came along. We got the cell phone right now. Now we could take calls anywhere. We were in the world. That's great thing totally cool then. Cell phones went to text messaging. Now we're writing short little versions the things that we WANNA do. Okay then after text messaging you came on email comes along so now we don't have to wait for the letters anymore. It's instant okay. Then social media comes along and we can actually communicate with each other instantly by saying. Hey this is what we feel and other people come in and comment on it right and this is where we fucked up this right here. When I'm about to say is where we fucked up when when fucking facebook because facebook is a fucking social influence or of culture the just the nature of it. It's so widely adopted that what it does changes the culture of how people communicate when they took people's comments and put a fuck and like underneath it. They fucked everybody up. And here's why because now we don't have to express our viewpoints. We can just say things and get people to like it so instead of communicating and this was ten twelve years ago by the way instead of saying things that we actually believe and communicating like people we had started to adopt a An idea that we would just vent thoughts and people would like them and so instead of US putting out information that we thought was valuable. We're now putting out information or making comments just to get the fucking reward. It's no different than a dog getting a fuck biscuit. Okay then we took it further than that and we went into a scenario where if the fucking heart button in your DM's us don't even have to fuck and reply to people anymore. You could just fucking heart or sentiment Emoji if you think about how. This broke down human interaction connection over the last hundred and thirty years. It kind of makes sense where why things are the way they are because now we have a scenario where instead of people contributing valuable information society we have a scenario where people are just saying Shit. Get people to fucking agree with it and champion. Their comment doesn't mean it has to be true right because the likes are more important than the truth to it. Whole fucking generation of people. So why why? Would they try to have real conversation? When their entire image is tied to the amount of attention they get for. What the fuck they say. Did I mean I? It's brilliant? No you're right I mic drop. I look around and we're like why is it this way we'll fuck that's why because now instead of us saying. Hey Man Vaughn. That's a really cool opinion. Here's what I think. What do you think about that having a conversation? It's just a mob mentality von Your fucking Dumb Fuck Mike and you can abrasive a negative. The fucking comment the more more day she didn't gets. Yeah so everybody now is is like conditioned to polarize? I say the sky is blue. This motherfucker is going to say you're a dumb fuck just so he can get attention from people now. We have people who say ignorant shit on my post every day and then when I come back you know what they say. Hey I was just trying to get your attention right right. That's where we're at. Because they take that as the equivalent of of you know how they say there's no such thing as bad press they would say people come in and attacking them. Hey at least. They're getting attention. The the issue of people is that do we lack real communication skills because of the technology that we use to communicate. Dude we're fucked. It's kind of irony. You know these platforms. That are meant to bring us together. And obviously they do on some level but there's a real dark side to him. Yeah they're real a real dark side so man I mean dude. It's it's sad it's sad. This goes into the topic that we're talking about loneliness Okay fuck do you meet someone or connect with them. If you don't know how to communicate right like you gotta remember. We're a little bit older than most of these people. All three of us. Okay these people who are twenty and twenty five eighteen to twenty four fucking to learn how to talk to people and connect with them and make like dude when when I was twenty two if you wanted to meet a girl okay because I was in the girls. I'm just begging for clear. We're such now where it's not even cool to be into fucking opposite sex anymore you've got you know you have to be able to something weird to even be accepted like. I'm not saying we're but I'm saying like if a standard relationship man woman isn't even like somehow if you're boring you're like your bias like if i WanNa fuck a woman then I hate gay people. That's the logic that's being used now. I do look I got tons of gay friends. Cools fuck male and female and. They're all cool like coolest coolest cool as fuck. You have. No but there's a set. There's a segment of their culture that is offended by a commercial. That shows a man and a woman right. You know what I'm saying like dude like the people that got upset about the Peleton commercial. No because do the problem that we run into is that instead of just live and let live. It's not that anymore. It's fucking except my way as the way and if you don't you you're fucking bigot. You're a hater and up. No you're fucking bigot. You're a racist misogynist. You're all the shit they say about trump. That's the truth. So if you don't fucking push the agenda of whatever it is and I mean not just say hey it's cool if you're gay we could still be fucking friends. I support your decisions if you say that. Shit and somehow you know you're you're like a big hit if you fucking say how much you love fucking women. You're saying I'm exaggerating. Okay come at me. Bro. All right with that Shit but making a point you know. Maybe this is the wrong example. Okay could be but my point is. That's the mentality of amongst these causes if we don't adopt them as our life. Were somehow a fucking bigot. Well who the fuck is the big now? Exactly exactly if you disagree with me. You hate me well how are you yeah and I hate you. Know you're holding me back. You're you're you're oppressing me motherfucker. You don't know nothing about oppression. That's the truth you go to every other mother fucking country in the Middle East and fuck all these places all over the world and that you could say one thing they don't like to cut your fucking head off right people in this country. They're fucking week dude. They're weak. They don't have a fucking sense of reality. They don't understand how grateful talking to one of my friends a black female by the way fucking right before. I came in here. She's traveling the fucking world all over the place and she goes. I learned a lot by doing this. And I'm like what was the biggest thing you learn and it was. You know I just realized how grateful people are in other places in the world to even have the ability to to work even have the opportunity to do work. They're so happy. They're so appreciative. Grateful to even have the ability to fucking work. We don't have that here anymore now. It's sad man it is. It's sad everybody here. You GotTa Be Fucking Entrepreneur. You got to be a millionaire. It's not even a millionaire anymore. Now it's I fucking sold seven billion dollars here. I did this year. I did that like everybody. I own fucking six companies like. You're almost feel guilty for fucking starting the shit because I actually do own a lot of companies and people feel like. Oh well I want to be a successful entrepreneur too so I gotTA fucking sale. No you don't like you don't and can I say something you you started by being a person. I don't fuck I try to be. You are do look. I think that you think a lot about the welfare of other people the people that are in your business. I mean. It's just something that struck me that I noticed virtue he cares about. Yeah why would not but you do you have a why wouldn't I? That's why I don't understand their their boss. I mean my dad had a boss for five years. Who couldn't care less about it but how that's pretty fucking stupid from business standpoint because well that's why he lost as a better deal. You gotta be smart enough as a business owner understand that the people that are helping your business have to take care of like what the fuck like that fucking stupid. People are very self absorbed. They don't realize that it's in their own best interest care on bill. That's terrible business. It is terrible business. It's terrible business to care about the people who fucking work for you and you're right it is what how but people are still in. That meant that that sort of pre social media premodern mentality where it was true years ago that you probably could screw screw people over and still somehow make a good living and make fucking Internet right. Now see a lot of people who are just trying to screw people over and they don't understand that they're burying their name their bearing. I don't know how hard this is to understand. Because like if you're a shitty person the Internet's accelerate it. People are going to know so like it's good. It's a good idea to be a good person. Yeah it's practical. It is makes good sense. Sometimes you're gonNA fuck it up. Guess what you do when you fuck it up you apologize and you fix the right. Yeah well Dr Lion Yes sir. We're bigger nicknames here so maybe I should to lioness is long as swearword. We're no where so. Where can people find you? Connect with you all that good stuff. They can connect with me on instagram. Most active there Dr Gabrielle. Lyon L. Y. O. N. L. Y. O. N. and then is Gabriel G. A. B. R. I. E. L. L. E. Yup okay and they're active on instagram twitter. I do okay and facebook. Facebook and website. Just her name is Dr Gabriella Lion Yarn. Dr Gabrielle Lyon Okay. Well before I asked for Andy's final comments final word like dude. I would like to hear more about what you think about this loneliness ship. Because like you've been kind of sitting there absorbing. Yeah so I want to give you an opportunity to like. What do you think it is? I think that people have lost the respect and ability to communicate with other people. Because when you don't respect people and have a dynamic he become lonely. It's this self-fulfilling prophecy. You're comparing yourself. You're doing things that are not relevant or engaging or developing true human connection. Because that's what it's all about is true human connection we were designed for that. Yeah for sure. So the loneliness is what perpetuates it's this itself fulfilling and we have no way to regulate behaviors. It's dangerous that is true. I mean dude I I don't I know some we have some mutual friends have very passionate ways of delivering. What it is that they love. Yeah Okay and I've talked to. I talked to some of these guys and they struggle a lot because like dude even on the backside. They struggle mentally with like feeling depressed. Yes because they feel like they're fighting a battle and that they have to like we've gotten to the point society. We're like when you tell the truth guests. You're automatically a bad person. Yes you know like you. You're hating Yup and so I've talked to some of these people who are you know? They're they're committed telling the truth. Yes but then. They struggle mentally on the backside because they feel like a dick all the time yet. So I fucking get that a lot like I feel an obligation I because I relate to that I feel an obligation to tell the truth and then when I tell the truth and I deliver it because I'm a passionate person and I just tell the truth I'm like Fuck Your Dick in my head. I'm like your being an asshole but I'm not being an asshole because I'm actually helping people by having see the truth. So let's talk about that for a minute because I think that's a real problem. We have a lot of people out there who are fighting to tell what the truth is but on the backside they feel like they're constantly attacking people which makes them feel bad about themselves. Well I think when those people and I know exactly who you're talking about it's that that the it's it's really stepping for human great dude. He's a great job known approach decades over a decade. And we talk about this consistently. Yes I struggle with the same thing. Yes and I think that it's it's really about protecting the rest of society and that's where it it comes to and you know it is is a fine line because when you say things politely which is what. I did for so long. I'm like oh well you know. I really don't think we should be doing this. And the impact. It wasn't it wasn't truthful or not. Truthful is not the right word. It wasn't exposed. And then you go away feeling like you didn't fulfil your responsibility. You know that's right. So that's how I was a personal responsibility to actually if you have the knowledge or you have the capacity. You have an obligation to do the right thing. Yeah Yeah and that's the point. It's an obligation. It's an obligation and it's very isolating. Yeah it is. Do you know this is what I say about in. This is the information that I try to tell people because it's not just one or two guys. This is a lot of people. I connect share the same concern. Look man being the leader I have. I have a little meam that fuck no dude. It's the tip of the spirit. You're going to be bloody. You'RE GONNA be damaged fucked up and that spirit is going to be when you're the tip of the Spear. Bro Is fucking lonely like that's just reality You know what I mean is. It is far easier to stay quiet yet and just go with the flow than it is to say. Hey this is the way it's supposed to be like dude. Even just doing this podcast. You don't even guys like the amount of bullshit that I get back from. Even doing it makes say something. Vaughn you know this is sometimes I say you know what fuck this shit. Because I don't need to do it right because the truth is I'm fucking rich. My companies are kicking ass. People get mad even say that. But it's a matter of fact my comedies are gonNA keep kicking ass because my people believe in the cause and we fucking worked together in real life you know but but but my point is is like I feel this obligation to and then when I don't do it I feel bad right but then when I do it I feel bad to you just cannot. But that's what part of being a good leader. She do it. You just literally described the way. The prophets in the Old Testament describe their experience like when God gave them something to say to burn inside. It hurt for them to say it but they had to say it literally the way it's described really yeah Well Dude it's true. I mean it is true. It's Dude I if I were you guys you guys were listening and you follow people that tell the truth that work hard to tell you the truth. Appreciate those people because those people. They're they're usually fighting some really bad shit on the backside with themselves about their obligation to serve this truth and they feel lonely because of it because it's alienating yeah so if you guys believe in like you listen to people and you believe in what they're saying fucking let them know man yes because Dude. I struggle with this. I von knows this. Could we talk about all the time? United talked about it before too. You know. It's not fun to tell people shit they don't WanNa hear. I don't like that. I feel like make people think I'm like I mean I'm not mean I'm telling you the fucking true so you care. Make a decision. Yeah you know and people take it mean just because you don't like to hear something doesn't mean it's mean right in fact. I would argue that when people tell you the shit you don't like to hear they're actually being more loving of you than all the other motherfuckers in your life absolutely so so when you have people that are that you're vibe in with and you don't assume that they're just like feeling great about going out leading this charge because dude that shit can be lonely. Fuck our society would be whole lot better a whole lot quicker if everybody after hearing something didn't say I don't like that or if they did say I don't like that they immediately followed up it up with but is it true. Yeah yeah is it true. Yeah I want to add another layer to this conversation. Which is that when we talk about. Loneliness. This is a true that people don't want to admit but I remember literally like my kindergarten teacher telling me this and that it was if you WanNa have friends you got to be friendly you know and the reality is is that there's a lot of people out in our culture who are lonely who are isolated but the reality is it's because they've kind of withdrawn to themselves. They've kind of isolated themselves. They've said they've they've they've celebrated their own. Pity Party and reality is is that maybe they could be less lonely if they got the emphasis off of themselves and they said okay. I feel alone. I feel disconnected. I feel alienated. Maybe I need to step out and talk to somebody else. Maybe I need to go out and see if there's somebody else who feels the same way and see if they want to have a conversation they WANNA have coffee. They wanted to get together for dinner. You know what I'm saying. I mean. Sometimes we're lonely because it's a self imposed isolation. Yeah we've just we've just become so self absorbed with with our own world and our own concerns that we don't reach out to other people. Don't put other people first. So I think a real anecdote to To loneliness is just like intentionally figuring out how you can serve somebody else and connect with somebody that makes sense so what I started saying earlier. So you you you Shared your Your social media contacts. Write your instagram facebook. And you have Dr Gabriella. Lions lions is a book book. What you're well it's not done yet. It'd probably be another year okay. I'm working on that. That's awesome and give us a little bit of a premium about what's the line. The line protocol nice optimizing. I like it and I've longevity. Yeah and it can. Can we start a movement? Where if people follow you? There called in their women they see. They're called lionesses yet. Love Ya but you're not a lion lion on. You're not somebody who lies. I'm just enjoying this. These plans too much but so I had warned you prior to start yes that I was going to ask you to give just a simple closing sort of life hack or health hack and you said you knew exactly what. Yeah so the most of us have the same ninety eight thousand thoughts every day. Same thoughts majority of those negative. If you could do one thing and really that's understand your own narrative and change that you'd literally will change the trajectory of not only your health but your life dude. I just had this conversation with you yesterday. I'm Portland. Dj Dj went on my walk with me yesterday for seventy five hard and we were talking and one of the things I used to do like dude for year for this is just how I'm wired. Okay like our wake up in the morning and I look at my phone and I would say the because there's always like like dozens and dozens of tax. Okay right. They're ready to go. It's like waking up with a whole line of people waiting to talk to you. You know what I mean. It's kind of fucking stressful. So I I used to wake up my first thought for fucking years. Four years was fuck I. What fuck who's asked to I get to wipe today? That's why I started thinking and it didn't occur to me until recently in the last year and a half year so that people actually need me. That's why they're doing that. And so instead of me thinking well. Who who shit do I gotTa Fix? Now I wake up and I say Dude nother bag it to be a fucking boss. Yeah like for real. That's my narrative. When I woke up first thing I think a put my feet on the fucking ground and said Dude. Most people would trade a fucking ton to have one day of being the fucking being the dude. I get to go be it everyday and I thought I do. You know what that's fucking changed. My whole mentality like in terms of my mood like my like dude. I still have a I still have. I still. I'm working on controlling my emotional like frustrations but just thinking that has made a massive improvement on fucking everything. Yeah and I bet I bet if I do my blood work on a regular basis. I would see that in the blood work. Yes I bet you would yup yes. Negative thoughts is very inflammatory for the body. It's stressful it releases stress hormones. That's just one thought. Out of my whole day. Yeah like that. One little thought that you repeated everyday for year. Yeah but it's not. It's not even true. The truth is I am fucking boss. Yeah for real like in every sense of the fucking word So who the fuck wouldn't be excited about that. That's how I started thinking about it and I started thinking about it like that. I'm like dude. This is pretty awesome. Yep Now I actually like do. We all get caught up in our own narrative Licey at all time. I mean I take care of people on the daily and it's the same narrative it's a different flavor of narrative but it's the same narrative. Same four things that everybody do doctrine. Nicole Parra she's we've had her on the MSEL project. I'm going to have her on the shows. Well regularly just like you but she really helped me with that not directly like saying. Hey fix this shit but like by asking me questions. That helped me come to my own conclusion. Just as friends like texting back and forth and I would say. I'm really struggling with this thought. And she would say will. Do you actually believe that. That's the truth and I'm like well no like when you start to like so rational. I know you start to logically unpack. Why the thinks certain things most of the shit you'd think is actual bullshit today. They you've been conditioned to fucking believe based upon inputs that you put in probably just weren't the right inputs you know what I'm saying and I can be look man. I'll attest to what you said. It's life changing. Just one one fucking sentence yet instead. I literally wake up and I've conditioned myself to wake up my feet hit the ground. I'm like dude. It's going to be a great day being fucking boss. You know are being a boss yet. You know what I'm saying because I don't really call myself the fucking boss but like there's a being boss doesn't mean you have to actually be doubles right that everybody knows that everybody can be the M. F. CEO of their life. That's right man so like dude I fucking wake up and I think that shit and I go look in the mirror and I'm like we've got some work to do motherfucker you know and then we go do it. And it's great but like man like now. I'm working on identifying all the other bullshit that I've got going on up there in my head that I'm trying to fuck and change around but by identifying it that's the ultimate it pulls the curtains back because you can't change what you don't identify you're just like with your bloodwork can't change the data. You don't know yeah. I tell people that all the time. Because they'll ask me questions about entrepreneurship and they'll say well. Dude how do I how do I make sure I don't lose it all get complacent and I'm like we'll do the fact that you're aware of this and you're fearful of. It is going to keep you from doing that. Because you're consciously taking things to resist that it's the people who aren't aware of that. That actually ended up happened to them. You know what I mean and another thing this one. I thought it was on my mind about entrepreneurs because like a lot of entrepreneurs really struggle with and I think people not just entrepreneurs 'cause everybody's enterpreneur entrepreneur. There's only two kinds of people you're fucking one or the other you either own an organization or you work inside of an organization so either of these groups. I think a lot of people feel like one day. They're going to wake up and it's going to be gone so we live in fear but remember how long it took you to build this shit It takes the same amount of time to break it the fuck down. I mean it might be a faster scale. That's wrong we say it's not the same on time it's it takes a lot of effort to to make something come crashing down so like dude. That's that's thought that I struggled with for a long time where I thought like fuck dude. One day the other shoes GonNa drop and I'm just GONNA be fucking destitute. And that's that has driven me to push right but what I logically worked through it. That's not really even possible because there's all kinds of solutions to every problem if I'm willing to learn and get better and take accountability for what the fuck went wrong. So the fact the fact of the matter is it's almost literally impossible for. It's just you know for anybody's life just to come crashing down the way that it comes. Crashing down is by you ignoring the little things for so long that they become fucking huge. Thanks and so when you start to think about it like that and you think of it in terms of like losing weight or gain weight you've lost one hundred pounds and you're terrified of being fat again one fucking pizza's not gonNa make you fat. It's right but if you make habit out of that let it go without paying attention. You know what I'm saying. We'RE GETS OUT OF CONTROL SO. I think for a lot of people out there who were living in that fear. 'cause I do. That's like a just like we hear in society about the get rich quick shit like we hear the stories glorified like the the story of the lottery winner or the story of the business owner the guy who opened a business and now he's a billionaire and two years shit like that. Those are the glorified stories. Well we also hear the Gore fight stories of the back end to which is like the guy that at. Aw fucking everything came. Crumlin down the American greed stories. You know shit and it terrifies motherfuckers. Like there's a lot of people out there that are living in complete fucking fear that is completely logical. Totally completely illogical. There's no reason to live like that. You know what I mean. Yeah and I live. I know this because I live like that for a long time. If fucking sucked. It's why my hair's fucking gray for real. You know what I'm saying so for you out there. Struggling with these thoughts realized it takes time to build shit and it takes time to break shit down and whatever your goal is or whatever life you're leading you know if you're aware of it you're aware of what you're not you're not get not focusing on it not obsessing over it but just aware that's almost good enough to keep it in check. Yes yes I. That's what I tell. My patients is to report on their internal dialog that either new favorite sport. Because I'm telling you the list is the same five fucking things we're GONNA lose it also. Maybe I'll catch and release so all the patients that I see right one of the things you know. I mean okay with the seals not so much. They don't don't quite need any advice from me or in terms of that. I mean you know these guys but you know for everybody else literally everybody else. There's a narrative It's a mental narrative and we all have whatever that is and we repeat the same ninety thousand thoughts when you really start to identify with anyone that has depression wheat issues. Whatever it is if the same thoughts whether it's I'm never going to be good enough I'm never gonNA make enough money. I'm GONNA get sick. I'm never going to find the right person or I'M GONNA lose it all whatever those four thoughts whatever. Your four thoughts are you've got. Four von has four. I have four. It's the same rhetoric over and over and over again. The same lies that we buy all the same thing to ourselves. Though and then the problem is this is why I always tell people have fucking haters you gotta voice in your head of fucking hates on you but if you can identify that and actually what I did in the beginning is I would just write it down and then start to laugh at it just like what. You're saying it's ridiculous you would just write it down. Yeah start seeing the most ridiculous the end. It's almost comical. If you say it out loud dude listen to this shit. So last night I was high as fuck. And I'm laying on my couch and I'm fucking Texan One of my are counting. Okay and I'm like yeah. I can't get a hold of them all right and I'm like fuck because I'm fucking I'm high so I'm not thinking fucking logically right and which I come up with some really good ideas okay. Let's be real but Adam. What the fuck you laughing at Bro. Drug tests Monday motherfucker. So anyway dude. The thing is like I'm sitting here thinking and I text dude. It's like eight o'clock at night. Yesterday was fucking Valentine's I. I completely forgot Valentine's soda chain saw so I text him and I'm like hey bro. I didn't get this report today. I get a reply back fucking thirty minutes. Goes by and I'm like fuck. I haven't heard from Mike because usually hits me right back here so I fucking text again. I'm like Bros. everything okay and in my head. I'm like fuck you. What if something happened to man and like tomorrow? I'm going to find out the fucking likes her business and then I'm like dude. I caught myself and I'm like are you fucking stupid. Like what the fuck are you saying? Like but dude. That's me that's me doing that. Yeah you know what I'm saying like I feel like I'm operating individual. Yes in fact. I know I am because I got medically called that by one of my doctor. Yeah so that's a real thing. Isn't that thing? He's kind of high operating individual. Just say L. C. H. This is fucking science motherfucker. You said yes. It's fucking true because your doctor. You know what I'm saying like Dude. This is this is the whole problem. We're laughing about but I don't know man. We all have that ability to fuck ourselves up. Manley. It's why everybody's so obsessed with haters did this is why when you make a post about haters. Everybody fucking loves it. Because everybody's like why are you always talking about haters? I'm like well because it's a real thing that we struggle with. It's just not actually other people. It's nice but it's easier to blame other people pointed ourselves and say we're actually the source of our problem. Dude look man. Here's the commerce. What does the conversation like? Let's be real. What's the conversation about haters? It's never it's very rarely. This person said this or did this me. It's almost always man. I said this and I bet there's people out there that took it this way right and I bet those mother fuckers fucking hate me and then you start. Well there's gotta be millions of those people but dude that's an arrogant thought because that is like inflating your own important falsely like really do the truth is nobody really gives a fuck. Now I can fuck me about like dude to live in their lives. Were busy doing our own shit. No one talk about like do. Do we care yes. Is it everything? No so like we sit here make up the slack. God Dude has got to be a fucking army motherfuckers. There's probably a club. There's probably a fucking fuck and get together and have fucking parties and shit talk about how much they hate me. You don't say period. It's fucking reality but we all do that shit all of us. Yeah we have that mental thing where we think we can do it yourself. The it's the the best sport is catch and release. Yeah okay. So that's what you mean. Catch-and-release caught the thought and then released it. You're like Oh my God Valentine's Day. What am I doing that? That's it that Shit Right. There is the most important thing that was said on the show. That's is what helps everybody. That's good catch and release making your new favorite sport. Dude that is. I think that's the that is if you listened nothing else and you take nothing else from this. If you take that it will improve your life fucking exponentially definitely guys if you want to hear that kind of good truth on a regular basis you can subscribe to Andy's blog. It's called the Andy. Graham you go to Andy for solid dot com and hit subscribe. Go Follow Dr Gabriella spitting this fucking Good Shit Man. Follow Dr Gabrielle. And before Andy wraps up the only other thing I was gonna say I just wanted to share a book recommendation because I want to contribute to this. 'cause I think we would all agree that not only taking control of your mental conversation but filling your head with good stuff is is important to success. I have a very unusual book recommendations life. What's that beers? Good stuff good stuff. You can't have it because it gluten but that's another that's another topic. Stare right talkers listening right now. I'm getting OUTTA my face. It'd be that fucking around one with the with the bucket straight straight now. You're so full of Shit. Bro. I can't man besides it's it's generally healthy. Stay away from Avenue Joke Anyway. I know I was GONNA say beer goes in. Your head is pretty good. Show okay I got it. That was a that was a bad joke own bags. You fucked it up. Oh by the way. If you want us to address any particular topic or you have a question Senate it. Are we still doing the confused? Af at Andy FOR SALON DOT COM. Or you can just me and yes. I'm going to make a shameless promotion for my instagram at Vaughn Color. They should follow you and it's not via win by the way the guy's Va Koa. Celli are just like the toilet Vaughn. Colour Vonda Yeah. Maybe you can make a hat out of it. Dude south shunning I by the way I have reserved the von the impaler instagram. I never use. It doesn't exist but just the naked on the internet or is that going to be your home base. No just just. I just didn't want anybody taking it. So it's kind of parked. You know I also bought von the IMPALER DOT COM but That could become kind of an interesting website story about twenty website. Yeah you go ahead. I would like you all to go to. Www dot. Why don't you go to this website? Here Madonna's real quick. Tell me what you find. Www dot own pussy dot com. Oh my what comes up? Madonna is it. Oh W N what. Oh that's you that's pep bought. Put that on your computer hand dude. I got one of those you know. I'll that's funny so hilarious. Nature of Andy. Looking like What's that dude from the seventies Frank Lucas Frank Lucas? Where in the you WanNa see a funny picture. Me White Photo DOT COM okay. Fifteen years ago fuck in. We were having a meeting has been around for fifteen. Yeah that's funny. That's that's an old picture for Mardi hilarious so we had A. We had a of employees meeting. And we all got fucking wasted and we were all talking shit and one of the guys Jason Kane decides to make a website about some of the shit that we were talking and puts his picture our lives on the Internet. That's funny yeah and now it's Seo. Scores GOING TO SKYROCKET. Everybody's GonNa go. You know Walkman so I don't fuck with it because like I'm I'm willing to take razzing just like everybody else but it's yeah that's a few times because the enemy. They're like Bro. Look at this picture view. That's fine oh really but in all seriousness. We love feedback on topics to cover questions to cover so e mail or shoe museum back. What's that thank you? Yeah so the book is actually a book. That's been around for a while. But it's called the fifties by David Halberstam. A history book. But it's man it's written so well and what most people don't know is like the fifties were an amazing decade for entrepreneurship. Like you're talking. Ray KROC Kevin's Wilson who started holiday. Inn. There's guy that started a whole like he started mass producing homes and he established levittown Pennsylvania. Like it's a really amazing just reminder that there's been a lot of different people who have contributed to our country and its success but man business people and entrepreneurs have contributed to American success in a way that in many ways. Nobody else has. And so that's covered in this but it's also covered. It's also a decade where the RISE IN TECHNOLOGY. Like you know what you went. From radio to television there are lessons about media and the streets of media and the and the the pitfalls of media that are one hundred percent applicable today. And it's just like it's just a really really well written book and there's a lot of life lessons and so I would recommend either buying it Or listening to it on audible is just like the production audible dot com is really good too. But you know you're seventy five hard Andy's program for creating mental toughness. One of the requirements is reading ten pages of the Book Day. This would be a great book to read. Even though technically it's not self help you can pull life lessons from it. That are that are just killer and I would also add for those of you who are committed to self help. Don't just read self help. Books read widely re deeply history biography even science like Dr Humans to learn Shit. Yeah and if you don't use it you really are. You are failing. You are wasting your life if you're not cultivating your mind on a day-to-day basis but any final word. Final Thaw. What are you reading? I am reading atomic habits. Which is a great book and then the other book is make your bed. Oh yeah I try to find somewhere actually. So this is a admiral mcraven. Yeah and he gave a really great speech. I think it was at Texas. You tack or anyway. It was really amazing and The Seal Musy the Seal Museum for Michael Murphy is having an opening and we're going to go see him. He's going to be there and toss cool speaking. That's cool and most people listening shows probably heard that speech. Yeah and so we you know Shannon I like to read together and this was something. That's easy and simple because we don't have a lot of time with a new baby but we always make sure that the house foundation is good so when you read together you mean redesign book together now at night. Two different books at the same time. We read the same book together. Because that's cool. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's allowed really. Yep So this is new to me so like school I read. I read a lot more than just that but usually the book that we make. Shane read it. Sit Sit and read together dude how you think. I got four kids man. Pick a book and bonds starts narrower and my wife honey. That could really do a lot of people some good. Yeah like just to read out loud and you're would help a ton with their ability. People always used to read out loud. That was the only way that people ever ever read. Silently is a relatively new thing in American history of the world. Yeah explain that to me because reading books used to be so rare that Whenever sure everyone literacy used to be so rare that when you could read a bar allies so that other could benefit from it but in addition there is some evidence that reading out loud. Like if you stand at a podium and you read it out loud you know you involve more senses and you're going to retain more of it. Really Yeah yeah absolutely. That's super interesting. And that's weird. The both of you guys do that to me not weird. I think in a good way I mean we read all the time. I didn't realize people actually did that. Like they have like a probably not super book. I've ever read out loud. Well it makes sense because both of you people are smart as fuck. Well actually think that's a pretty good. That's pretty good advice. I might start doing it. It's it's it's good to the best home listening to me. Read some Shit Dude. Hey listen that reminds me of an idea that I had that. I'm not going to share on the air but The united talk about but the best book I ever read. Alao with my wife. It was a killer. Book was the book unbroken by Law Laura Hill. Have you ever read that but my mom? Yeah Yeah I knew your mom is an author awesome. People are realizing. Yeah but that's she wrote novels right. Yeah her her. Last book she rose called Hickory Hill. That's awesome and her name is Sherri Hill sharing pick that one S. H. E. R. Y. Okay and so is it on Amazon. That's cool Yeah no unbroken if anybody's not that's the story of Louis Zannini who was who was at sea during World War Two for like two months and after that spent I don't know how long like a year the Japan Japanese concentration camp. It was. It's insane. It'S INSANE STORE. The by the way the book The movie sucks but the book is incredible and Laura Hillenbrand right the way she writes. It's like you're reading a movie it's so descriptive in awesome. So anyway go ahead. You were saying so one of the things. That's interesting when I read with. Shane is the perspective that you both are reading the same thing and you're reading it together at the same time but what you each here is different and the perspective is different. So you actually get to know your partner better. Yeah I mean sense. Yeah I didn't ever occur to me that was like something people did. Yep Yeah I mean. I don't think it's like everybody does it and I'm just now I think dot. Yeah because in my relationship we think about things that would make us a better team. Yeah Yeah and there's just certain things within the domain of the family that we do but I mean completely aside from like doing that together like I'll go downstairs indoor abasement and literally take a music podium. Open a book and read it out loud to myself. I definitely want to do. That's a skill that you possess. Yeah you have to possess that skill for what you do because not only do you do the podcast but you also speak to. Rit In some of the guys don't really realize like by the way I just want to say this you should be following Vaughn. If you're not thanks to you guys come to me and follow me and like I realized like why because I'm awesome but let's see rail. That's fucking amazing. All right. Do you guys want some real spiritual like commonsense good guidance about being a great person. If you're not following Vaughn you really fucking yourself. That's interesting because I put him in front of with our Artists Syndicate with my latte. We're we're dealing with people who are high operating highly successful individuals and I put in front of them and they fucking they all come away with tons of valuable shit so like don't sleep on that. Make sure you're following them and paying attention to what he's doing because it's amazing thanks and that goes for Gabrielle. To nobody will come on the show. That's not going to bring you high amounts of value. I promise you that That's very true so I just WanNa plug him. Because I feel like a lot of people. They don't follow you well to honest with you. I'm literally going to write this I struggled a lot with self criticism. You know that well yes like I struggle a lot with that but y you know going back to the narrative right. That's what makes you wonder what you do. Well right but I mean like I can't tell you how many times I've written as opposed and destroyed it like incentive post because it's right and so my I'm so my desired like starting literally. Today I was even going to post about this. Today was literally going to call some friends of mine. Say Listen I have got to start posting more and because I am. I'm writing this stuff and I'm not posting it. I'm not creating it because I'm buying the lie that it has to be perfect to help people it's just Bologna and they can. I just reframe that -solutely so when you do that what if it wasn't about you and then you take away what everyone else could learn permit and that's actually much more valuable like just make it about serving people. I mean yes. Yeah know about that but I got my yours is but because the message is so valuable all tell ourselves to like dude like nobody wants to hear this right we tell ourselves and then the other thing we tell ourselves is. I don't WanNa post because seem like I'm fooling myself right and do that's a hard thing. I think for a lot of people I think. A LOT OF PEOPLE STRUGGLE WITH RIGHT. And if you look at it like look what she just said. Now YOU'RE IN SCENARIO. We feel obligations. Serve because you know some shade other people. Don't so tell me this. Why is it that the people who don't have anything to say and are full of crap because the ones who are out there and people like no actually say no? I don't WanNa make it worse place or not aware enough to even have the conversation with themselves to say man posted this shit. Just to be an EGOMANIAC. They don't they don't they're not even it's not even fucking figment of fucking beginning of the seed of a fucking tiniest little thought in their brain doesn't exist so the reason there's an information fucking vacuum of tons of dumb ass shit and very little good shit is because of what the fuck you're doing all the other people that are smart and there's a lot of them are doing the same shit they're saying. Fuck Dude you know if I say this it's GonNa it's Kinda because dude the fuck social media is very selfish. Yeah it's a very much attention bias technology if you say whatever to wherever you want to call it. It takes a certain amount of Not Caring to actually even talk about things that you know. You know what I'm saying. It's got humility right. They're going to feel like you're bragging like dude. I always feel like I'm bragging when I show my life because Dude. I know it's a lot different than most people's life so I feel like I'm bragging so they don't show it but the guy then people come to me and they're like like I have these conversations do because we've been doing this long enough now where we have people who who literally have built new lives because in certain things that they saw and it'll be dude. I remember when I saw you get your first Lamborghini in two thousand and fucking twelve that inspire me now. My business is doing sixty million dollars. So there's real impact because we've been doing it long enough so then I have to think like fuck. I kind of need to be a little bit of a douchebag because there are certain people out there that go out and fucking love it right. You know he struggle with the internal thought because you like the attention a little bit now did I. Yeah I would you're saying resonates with me so much like the people who really do things to say. That aren't saying I've I've often thought that we needed to have some sort of like conference where we teach people how to communicate how to put their message out there because the right people the good people the people that are really truly committed to the right things. They're the people that need to be the most aggressive about about public. Speaking one of the best things you said at the last day live you said every single one of you should be out there speaking as often as you can because it's true it's the loud people. It's the people that are hurting. The society that are that are speaking the most people the good people that need to communicate. You understand what I mean by lack of awareness so even questioning whether what they're saying they're putting out in. The world is worse than by default because of the way that we're built in the way the system is bill. We hear a lot more from people who are just less intelligent and less knowledgeable about things because they don't have that internal capacity to stop themselves and say fuck am I am. I being arrogant and my being egotistical. They're not self evaluating anyway right so that that's why. Yeah No. That's absolutely true. You're right I think that's cool shit that you guys do that. Reading thing yeah. That's cool cool. Sometimes I add English accent. Oh let's hear it Irish. Open your mouth now. Yeah because I think you're full of Shit Mao. Try to selling Sean Connery. Which I'm not sounding like him right now but you know I won't even try my sean connery. Hey I used to do a good rainman. A little piece of advice one definitely. We're doing audio show. Don't Brag about accidents you don't I am for sure you're going to say let's hear it's true. I'll keep that in mind for the future. I guys well a look. That's a show. Thank you so much for coming down doing the. Show it really. It really means a lot to me. I'm I'm happy to have you on the show. I WanNa have you on the show regularly so Anytime come down for for work. Let's let's get this going. Yeah thank you so much for having me a thank you and guys. Thanks so much for listening if you love the show if you got something out of it. We don't advertise the show. I would appreciate if you left us a review on itunes and then also if you would share it with your friends that's all we ask Pack the show full ads. I don't try to make it. You know this big pitch thing. We're just trying to provide real value and have real discussion about real issues so We would greatly appreciate it if you can help us get word out about the show. All right you guys. Next time Tohmatsu come ongoing project spoken to welcome.

America cancer Andy US Valentine American heart association St Louis Washington University Dr Gabrielle Ward Dr Line Luke Lyon Arizona College of osteopathy facebook Hunter Aries Hunter Fed
Burn After Listening

The Ross Bolen Podcast

1:56:03 hr | 2 years ago

Burn After Listening

"Cold open alert skippers, don't you skip? Don't you? Skip cold open alert. You got a cold open going here. I was having a conversation with my good friend. Chad Coleman some have called him a Saint. He's a big time social media God at Callaway golf, great, dude. Great company Calloway, by the way, and he was telling me Chad was how he skips the first five and a half minutes or so of every single podcast episode of of our BP. I was like that makes sense. I mean, the intro is the same every time. It's really for the new listeners really more than the returning ones. Right. But then I thought to myself was there something I can do to make the show a little more enjoyable for you know, long returning listeners right off the bat. And fortunately, I'm married to a person that is smarter than I am in my genius wife Taylor. Immediately came up with an answer. She said why don't you just give personal story or anecdote about yourself to start each show? So everyone is motivated. Did not to just skip straight through the intro segment. Genius so easy. So simple. Could solve this months ago. I just asked her. For the record for those of you who are normally skippers part of clan. Skip the intro there are important announcements in shoutouts and shit in every single intro. And I'm going to moving forward, including more entertaining stuff. Like this. We won't be doing cold opens every episode, obviously. But I will be sharing a personal anecdote every beginning of every episode. I will make sure that the announcements and shit. Our not so repetitive. I'm going to try to make it a little more entertaining for y'all. So that that's not just the same mundane intro every single episode. Okay. So this is the first one I'm going to give you a little story here is what we're rolling with for the day. We'll see how it goes and adjust accordingly. Here's my Ross personal anecdote for our BP one twenty six so when I was a young lad Knoller than eighth grade. So I don't know what that like thirteen maybe my buddy, and I were bored after school in days, my best friend in the whole world at this point dudes like my brother, we would like family. We we spent all of our time at each other's houses with each. Others families. He was like his name's Nathan Newman shutouts Newman. He I think he listened. Sometimes it would be tight if he was listening to this. Anyway, he was an incredible athlete, by the way. He was like, you know, how everybody knew one kid who was just better than everyone else. It's sports and everybody was like, oh, this is going to make it to the NBA or the NFL or the Melby or whatever that Nathan was that dude at our school in our city really for our age group. He was an unbelievable athlete, and he actually did end up getting drafted into the majors. Which is crazy. He's my one friend that I know that I knew before he was now I have some friends who are professional athletes humble brag. But before that, I knew that actually made it to that level, which is crazy anyway point is Mia. Nathan were hanging out. Just which schilling at my crib, right? My parents aren't there? They're both at work. We're getting normal eighth grade shenanigans this was a simpler time this was before binge drinking or drugs or chasing cheek us had clouded my mind to the point of near oblivion during high school or college. And we had the house to ourselves. It was latch key kid time. So we're going through the garage just snooping through shit trying to find something tight. And you might be wondering like what kind of kid wants to go in a garage. That's not fun. What is there like some tools in there? No, no, no, argh arise was wild. My garage was wild. As fuck. My dad had a broken down read nineteen sixty seven Ford Mustang that sat in the garage as one of the two spots for like fifteen years, which my mom, just absolutely adored. And it didn't in any way contribute to their divorce is so this this sixty seven Mustang sitting there just accumulating junk, right like boxes of old tax forms and documentation, my dad's always been in accounting and finance. So he's got all these papers from years and years of all these different companies. He's worked for in just storage is just just shit piled all over this Mustang, the roofs caving in it's totally fucked. It would take tens of thousands of dollars to restore the thing. He was never going to do it. I don't know why the car was there. So we start. Going through all this shit. We're like opening up the Mustang. There's only like one door handle that still worked and again, trash everywhere. This is a trash car in the back seat of said, Mustang Nathan, and I found something though a briefcase this briefcase was Brown was beaten just worn as fuck. It's clearly from the eighties before I was born. It was locked locked shut double combo like, you know, old school double-sided combo briefcase. You gotta spend the dials put the combo in the pop it open. So obviously Nathan and I have to open the briefcase, right? I mean, come on. It's a Brexit locked briefcase that looks like it's from another generation with the fuck, man. We got open where kids were curious were curious, and we're not cats so curiosity isn't gonna kill us. We spent like three minutes trying to figure out the password did this briefcase which come on. We're not James fucking bond. We're not going to crack the code. So we said fuck this. And we went to town with hammers and screwdrivers and all manner of tools that were available does in this garage. To try to open this briefcase at no point is it occurring to me like you're doing permanent damage to this. This is going to be very noticeable. There's no turning back. None of that mattered to me. I didn't have that capacity. Brainpower at this time in my life. So we do like thirty minutes of battle with this impenetrable case. And finally, we break it open. It's filled to the brim with porno MAGS and not just playboy like penthouse and shit. I won't call it the good shit because to me, it's the bad shit penthouse. Just gross. Nobody needs a close up HD view of Bush. I I just don't that's not for me. I guess people do need it just I don't really I've never been a penthouse guy. It was a it was a porn stash. This pre internet porn stash. This is what you had to do. You had to have a briefcase with a double combo lock that you stored in your old sixty seven Mustang and you garage. So your wife wouldn't find it this what you had to do for the record. I did have to call my dad and asked for permission to tell the story because obviously, I, you know, this is personal personal porn. I didn't want to talk about it without without his permission. Although I guess technically it could have been my mom's porno stash from college. I have no idea just for being honest. I'm just playing nominaux Sawyer's. I will say this though, my dad has been very sick this week with allergies and cold not like any type of enough in serious. But he when I asked for permission may have only been partially awake and dosed hard on Nyquil. So I'm not sure that conversation will hold up in court, dad. Please don't sue me. Anyway, we get the briefcase ope or in porn city. And this is even pre like porn being cooled us. We were like oh fuck. Oh god. It's what do we do go? My god. What am I got? We can't close the briefcase and just put it back. We've busted open. It's fucked. It's ruined forever. So the question is now what right? What the fuck? Do we do? Now, we we can't just act like this never happened. Put it back. We're going to get caught then the conversation. So awkward about this porno situation with my dad, or my mom, and then are we getting him in trouble? Does she know about the porn? It just gets too weird. So would we do we take it in my backyard? It's probably three thirty in the afternoon. Sunny day in Houston, Texas. And we Dowsett in lighter fluid and set it on fire. So now interesting not the best strategy, admittedly. We light it on fire from the inside and the outside. We we now have a large probably four foot tall blaze going in my backyard to try to destroy the evidence that we have created by snooping through the garage, and this was semi effective. I'll be honest with you. I it eventually took took about an hour of relighting the fire over and over. But we did get it to reduce it to a pile of burning rubble, which we picked up put in trash bags and then threw in like, our neighbors trash can or whatever. Right. We thought we'd get into why we thought we got away with this porn problem solved. Nobody ever has to discuss this dad, and I don't have to have the birds and the bees talk again or talk about how to be respectful of women's bodies or anything like that. I mean, none of those things not. Although I don't everything we had conversation about maybe I don't know if my dad and I ever really talked about sex. I'd have to think hard on that one. It doesn't matter either way. But we think we've gotten away with this. So the day goes on I go to sleep. You know, I'm got a little diety probably a little bit about getting caught. Or somehow. I don't know. Maybe dad goes out to try to find his briefcase that night. What are the odds that happens? I don't fucking know maybe my dad's psycho and he needs access to their briefcase constantly. I have no idea. So I had a little bit of anxiety. But for the most part, I'm like, we we did this we we solved it were good. Nobody's ever gonna ask about that. If my dad notices, it's gone. He's not going to ask. Because what's he going to say? Honey, I can't find my porn briefcase. Would you do with it? No. That's not going to happen. The next day. I take my dog my black lab. First dog I ever had. She's in doggy heaven now, probably running the farm. She's fucking awesome. A love her forever. Molly. I take her ass out in the backyard to go potty, right? And as she's like doing the dog thing where you like, you know, they do they like squat down back on their hind legs. And then they continue walking several steps in the most awkward fashion possible as they push poop out. Their backside. And it's hysterical. I don't know why we don't do that as humans, it'd be much more fun. And you keep the motion going to feel like keeps the blood flowing while you're trying to do number two. Anyway, while the dogs doing duty. I see a little piece of paper just floating through the air. And it lands in the grass, and I pick it up and turn it over. And it's crisp on two sides. Just burnt, you know, it's pair titties. Big old of titties. I see another piece of paper like three feet away in the grass. I'm like, oh my God. I pick it up close up shot of an Osceola Ovilla Osceola vagina, and I'm like, oh my God. When we let the fire pieces flooded off. Now, there's just tits and Dixon. Ball sacks. And Vaduz all of my yard. I have to clean them all up, but the point is. Again, I did not get caught ever. This was never spoken of. It's been almost twenty years since this happened. I never talked to my mom about it. I never talked to my dad about it until today, which he might not even recall, and that is my personal anecdote to start RVP P one hundred dollars a hell of a cold open. Yeah. And now it's time for the hot open pushy small. The. The. The. The. The. Cut. The check. Welcome to episode one hundred twenty six of the Ross Bohlin podcast, otherwise known as Rb p one to six brought to you by grand X media. I'm your host Ross Bohlin here at the grand X media studio in Austin, Texas with my producer, Michael whiner? Hey, bill. How're you doing? I'm in a great place Ray for the weekend. Do you have good vibes? Sure. I've got great vibes today. Like, fantastic vibes and sunny again, finally. Yeah, it's back to rounds of golf scheduled for this weekend. Oh, and I have let myself go in a truly wild manner. So I'm ready for wild card weekend. And if you want my picks, you can listen to backdoor cover oh backdoor. Cover sports podcast. It's on a villain on an apple podcasts in Spotify. And everywhere else that you can find our BP, Mike it does with Brad ki ki. Wow. Yeah. At Brad last name, just slipped. My mind all I refer to him as we just went with the early promo plug. Yeah. Sup playboys, whatever Rb P one twenty six is brought to you by Lisa if you haven't listened to yesterday's episode Wednesday's episode Rb P one twenty five and specifically the segment about mimi's mattress. Go do that for sure after this episode. Lisa is not just a sponsor of this show anymore. These people are now official. Like family to me, they hooked my Mimi up. She has Alzheimer's and she's in a memory care unit. And they hooked up with a new leesamattress means a lot to me, and I'm very very grateful to them for that. But anyway, as it pertains to you, you should resolve to get better rest this new year equality night's sleep. As you all know that by now helps you recover from distractions more quickly. It prevents burn out. You'll make better decisions. Improve your memory your overall. You're just gonna make fewer mistakes. It's not marketing it science sleep is good for you. Rest is good for you to design a better mattress. Lisa leverage thirty plus years of experience in hundreds of hours of testing science to devote the perfect mattress for all body shapes and sleeping styles. Their mission is to provide a better night's rest for everybody. They have something called their one ten program or get this is awesome. They donate one matches for every ten they sell. That's more than thirty one thousand mattresses in counting. Did they've dished out. Thirty one thousand people. Have beds, including now, my Mimi thirty one thousand and one that they didn't have before the strut Lisa's strives to leave the world better than they found it, which is so what I look for in a company to work with and that does not stop with mattress donations together with the Arbor day foundation. They plant one tree for every mattress they sell as well. How about that? So start twenty nineteen well rested. Get one hundred sixty dollars off your Leesa mattress. Be just as comfortable as my Mimi is go to Lisa dot com slash RVP. Use the promo code RVP at checkout. That's L E S A dot com slash Rb p promo code IBP. You're gonna get one hundred sixty bucks off your mattress, grab yourself a pillow. They're unbelievable. I have to grab yourself a blanket. They're unbelievable. I have one get you. Some Lisa dot com slash Rb p promo code IBP. If you're new to our show every episode is broken down into segments. Would you can find below with time cues in the description? You don't have to listen to any of the preceding episodes in order to enjoy this one. But if you like the show you. Go back and listen to the mall get caught up. Don't miss out on any inside jokes or running jokes or priceless. Knowledge about animals or pirates or life in general, or what have you we are on social media? And it is important that you follow as their first on Instagram at the Ross Bohlin podcast where every day not only do we put up straight up post videos that are made by a great team of interns, including internet, Jay. And let me let me get some other shoutouts in your while. We're here guys like Blake B Josh p put I don't know if they want me to say their last names putting in work making great videos that we put up on our Instagram can shut our internet. Jay again, real quick. Yeah. I don't think you saw what he wrote on Twitter. But I just want to bring this to your tension. Oh, so you posted a link on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod for a link to our best of episode the dropped yesterday best of twenty eighteen and then you wrote below it. And if something you love got cut out, let it internet J at capital AJ. No, he. And he can do major work with your ideas. Okay. Good. Okay. Then internet, Jay replied. And if you're a mommy, let at capital AJ. No. And he can work with you to eyeball emoji. That's one way to shoot your shot at like to him and AJ at midnight are one m actually fifty eight AM respect someone re tweeted it, I did it was me. Oh, it may Michael whiner? It you. It Mike h stop shooting, you know, keeps shooting now if you are a mom, and you should let that calf AJ. No. And he can work with that to he can work with that too. You can but yeah. So we put up great stuff all every day on Instagram. But the best thing is that we make our Instagram story comprised entirely of photos and videos sent in by you, the listenership to me and Mike through Snapchat. So if you've got something you want to send us that you think is worthy of the Instagram store, you go to Snapchat at W R B O Elian at W R in his mind at Mike at T X. As in Texas is Mike is keep the great snaps coming our way. If you look in for like, well, what kind of stuff do you need go? Check out the Instagram story right now, it's chock full of bad ash at the Austin ends like one hundred slides you'll get the idea keep the snaps coming. We'll keep throwing up the Instagram story at the Ross Bohlin podcast on Instagram where on Twitter as Mike mentioned at Ross Bohlin pod. We are also on Facebook. But fuck Facebook. Nobody knows where it is. Nobody cares. Doesn't matter. It's irrelevant. So an announcement. I guess I only have one that's kinda sad. But it's good. Announcement is a reminder that Taylor Bowlin will be back next week. I believe next Thursday for Rb p I think it's one twenty nine. Right. And we're going to have a good one. So look forward to that. I I have a quick announcements. Well, how good I'd like to apologize to the Gundy family, and some of the people of Oklahoma, those who support Oklahoma state, Missouri. In fact, did not get up in that ass, you the Oklahoma state beat us in the liberty bowl. It was it was a crushing defeat. We humbled. No. We were better than they were we played poorly and that fucking mullet freak out coached, Dr coaches. So I I have to give him and his especially as credit I credit to his family that the Gundy's Gunnar Gunnar Gundy, they'll had stupid fucking names Gavin Gaijin Gunnar, which I believe our listeners now. Yeah, I mean, I didn't really want to go after Gavin Gaijin gunner. You didn't either we saw them. So my apologies to Gavin cage and gunner. The bells are want you guys to know that. Being a Gundy in the state of Oklahoma is pretty good like, you're good. You're you're I I think it's their their uncle kale. Gundy is the offense coordinator at Oklahoma. And he's he they've won a lot there too. So, you know, big shouts to you guys. Just know that outside of your state that name is a bad name and your trash so just staying Oklahoma as long as you will you'll probably be treated like it king. But like if you go to any other state in the union, and you're like, hey, I'm gonna Gundy know, who the fuck I am going to be like get the fuck outta here your dad's trash, except if you hanging out with me in which case, I'm absolutely down to hang with any Gundy. Even if it's not Gavin gauge or garner or Mike what about just hang with any Gundy? What about Van Gundy? Van Gundy's like he's like the I never had. Yes. So it makes outs. Do you guys? The Gundy's, dude. The Gundy vary on Mike is dominating spin a good run for the Gundy, nobody handled I mean, okay. Normally when we go in on somebody first of all they normally never hear it. And we never have to have a response or deal with any type of kickback the Gundy's heard that segment you did immediately. And they were totally cool with it like they couldn't have been more classy about it. They just thought it was funny. One of a believe it's Gavin. But maybe gauge of governor it's really hard to know, which one of you is which when your names are also similar, but has interacted with us multiple times on Twitter. I hit him with a follow back on a couple of counts. They've been super cool about as making fun of their dad and calling him a scumbag and. No flick cook and snowflake cut, but the reality of it is is this. Yes, Mike genuinely does have hate for Oklahoma state, and obviously even more. So now that they're they got crushed. I don't at all. I think you are great. I think Gundy, I'm a man, I'm forty rent as I've said before is one of the best all time sports post game meltdowns of all time. I thought it was unbelievable. I've always been a fan of the mullet. I don't really give a shit if OSU wins or loses. So I got no beef with you people. I just think it's hysterical that your names are Gavin Gaijin Gunnar well shops, together and gauge and gunner you guys got up in my ass. And hopefully. Liked it. You really did. That's all. That's all. I have to say about hope they liked it. Go to rowdy, gentlemen dot com right now. Go to type it in Ouro y d- way aro WD. Or a WD y gentlemen dot com. Okay. Click on see what's new at the top of our newest gear short sleeve long long-sleeved t's great new flags hats stickers packs of stickers their stuff for everybody on here. You're gonna love it. This is our in-house clothing brand. We design source materials. Do all this ourselves. We've got great net. Natty light products. Great patriotic Calera shirts like back to back the world champs. I it's it's a wonderful clothing brand. And we're giving all of you fifteen percent off. If you use the code Rb p one five at checkout your entire cart. You get fifteen percent off. Okay. Let's jump into our first segment technically to cold open doesn't count as a first segment. This will be our first segment animal of the week. This week. It's the Jesus Christ lizard, otherwise known as the common bacilus, which is lame as shit. So obviously, we're gonna call it by its nickname. Did Jesus Christ lizard r I p J C, it's a reptile this lizard. And it's an omnivore it can live up to ten years in captivity is part of the Guana family, one of my favorite families in grows to be between two and two and a half feet long tall, whatever you wanna call it. But that's including their whip. Like tails, they got up to like seven ounces. They're not heavy no lizard as well. I'm not going to finish that sentence there. Heavy lizards, the males of the common, bacilus grit. G J JC lizard, have high crests on their heads and backs very easy to identify the difference between the males and the females as a result. And they use those. Hi, Chris to impress the fair six they're not endangered or anything like that. These the Jesus Christ lizard, they have actually the least concern label on the IUCN Redline. List, which makes sense like if you rock in the nickname Jesus Christ. You better have your shit straight. And they do they're not even close to endangered their abundant in tropical rainforests of Central America from southern Mexico to Panama, according to National Geographic. They spend much of their time in the trees are never far from a body of water when threatened this where they get their nickname. They can drop from a tree into the water and get this sprint upright about five feet per second across the surface. So that's how they got the dope. Est nickname in the animal kingdom, you if you don't know anything about the bible Jesus Christ walked on water. That's the the comparison. That's that's the parallel here. So to accomplish I I don't know if you've never seen footage of this. I don't know how it would amaze me if if some of you haven't. But I'm sure some of you haven't I remember seeing this for the first time as a little kid while I was probably like in high school freshman year. Maybe before that on one of those animal channels, and I saw it. The Jesus Christ lizard sprinting across the water in slow motion. And I was like that is one of the coolest things I've ever freaking seen. Didn't know an animal could do that. That is so dope. Here's how they get it done. They've got long asked toes on their rear feet would these fringes of skin that unfurl in the water increasing the surface area? And then they rapidly churn their legs it's like a bicycle motion with the their legs, and they slap their splayed feet. Hard against the water creating a tiny air pocket that keeps them from sinking provided they maintain their speed. They can actually move along the surface like this for fifteen feet or more. But eventually gravity does take over and the Basque list resorts to it's excellent swimming skills to continue its travel, very cool by me another animal that can walk on water with the with the nickname this cooler than that as far as reproduction goes the pregnant females prepare a shallow trench. They lay up to like, twenty eggs in it. The mother leaves the eggs they hatch on their own and the hatchlings are born with at birth. The ability to run on land and water and climb and swim. And as far as dieting goes like, I said, they're omnivores. It's a lot of plant material. Insects fruit small vertebrae. He's not sure how. Yeah. That's that's omnivore. And you know. They have natural predators like, snakes and birds and keep these amazing lizards on their toes. But there for the most part safe now immediately go smoke something bitch in watch hours upon hours of slow motion. High definition footage of the Jesus Christ lizard running on water on YouTube. It is very fun to do. I did it last night. That's your animal the week. Did Jesus Christ lizard next segment? Stuff to Wikipedia win your high back to back classics. Gotta love that this stuff that we Kapiti when you high is Claudine long j I don't know how to pronounce long get Lungi long. Get C L A UD I in E space bar L, O N G E T long get a shutout to my in-laws specifically David in page who provided me with this. This story in Dallas Texas shout out to all the lanes in Dallas, Texas is a cool story. So Claudine georgette lingerie I'm gonna call her is was born the twenty ninth January nineteen forty two. She's a French singer actress dancer recording artists, the reason that I call it a long day. I assume it's pronounced always because she's French. I'm not being an asshole at I genuinely believe it might be pronounced that way. I don't fucking know it wasn't alive during this time period. Anyway, she was she was very popular during the nineteen sixties and seventies. Born in Paris, France. She married an American singer and television. Entertaining, guess which one Andy fucking Williams. He was married in from nineteen sixty one until nineteen seventy five fourteen years of marriage to the asshole who made the song. Happy holiday slash the holiday season. Happy hall is what a terrible fucking song. It's the holiday season whoop. De scoop. That's we're con you got the idea for the whoop. De scoop scoop de poo all that bullshit worst one of the worst Christmas songs. It's one of the ones that Mike and I roasted off the face of the earth last month. Holy hell, it's terrible. And this woman was married to Anne Williams. The guy who made that's on for fourteen fucking years. She met him in Las Vegas in nineteen sixty while she was a dancer. She was the dancing lead actually and at at the Tropicana resort and casino. And she was having trouble with your car and it pulled over to the side of the road. Williams was driving by stopped offered to help. He was thirty two. She was eighteen and they got married December fifteenth nineteen sixty one in Los Angeles had three kids together. No L Christian Bobby, and then they legally separated and divorced in seventy five according to Williams, Andy Williams, they remained very good friends. What a wonderful story anyway back to Claudine. Her first appearance is. Actress on television were in two nineteen sixty three episodes of the comedy series. Mikhail's navy very famous comedy series from television. If you're, you know, not good with television history. You've probably never heard of that. But it was a very famous show during my parents their parents era. She also acted in the nineteen sixty four theatrical future film of the same title Mikhail's navy, which many of you have probably seen in areas on like channels like AMC and shit often. Anyway, she was an all kinds of stuff Hogan's heroes episode. She she had a good career, and she was friends with Robert F Kennedy his wife Ethel. She's very well. Connected. Us to host the Kennedys at their residences in BelAir in Palm Springs. And then she would spend time in the Kennedy residences in hickory hill in New York City, pretty incredible life this woman had built and guess what? She's maintained a very private profile since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven following her conviction for negligent homicide. Whoa connection with the death of her boyfriend. Former Olympic skier spider savage, did not see that coming. Yes. She was arrested long. Jay was for and charged with fatally shooting her boyfriend Olympic skier Vladimir spider savage in Aspen, Colorado at his Aspen, Colorado home. So this is cool because it ties to me in multiple ways. First Andy Williams hate that fucking song a second. I found out about this through my Dallas inlaws third. My dad was in have a home in Aspen of which I get to go to at least once a year. So I'm familiar with Aspen, Colorado, and I did not know this. This is extremely cool. Little Aspen folklore for you folkloric fucking happened. Anyway, she gets arrested and charged with this, by the way spider. The man's name was spider. You know, the titties you have to have to shoot a guy. Named spider. Rock-solid titties. That's that's the ones dude's name spider. Don't go down easy, anyway, any Williams publicly supported Caudine lingerie throughout the trial. He paid for her legal defense team probably with royalties. He made off that godawful Christmas song and even escorted or to and from the courthouse. He was totally supportive of her. And it turns out pretty much. Everyone knows that this chick did this murder, but I'll continue unwavering support for his ex wife Williams said she is the mother of my children, and we never stopped being friends. We just didn't want to be married anymore. It will. Yeah. Andy. I mean, everybody understands that. But also did she kill someone 'cause the murder part is pretty important? So the Aspen police made to procedural errors that aided long J's defense without warrants. They took a blood sample from her and confiscated her diary. According to prosecutors, the sample showed the presence of cocaine in her blood and her diary reportedly contradicted, her claim that her relationship with savage had not soured to further muddle, the prosecution's case the gun was mishandled by non-weapons experts as they were unable to cite any of the disallowed material. Prosecutors use the autopsy report to suggest that when savage was shot he was bent over facing away in at least six feet from lingerie which would be inconsistent with the position and roads distance of someone demonstrating the operation of a firearm. The jury convicted her of negligent homicide and sentenced her to pay a small fine and spend thirty days in jail. She shot the fucking guy and killed him. The judge allowed her to serve to choose the days to be served believing. This arrangement would allow her more time with your children. She. She says she gets choose to serve most of her sentence on the weekends. Which is something that you can still do this to this day in some cases, by the way. It's really interesting you go to jail for the weekend. You get out of jail you go out your week. And then you go back to Joe the next week, and it's very strange. Anyway, critical reaction to the verdict and sentencing was exasperated when she subsequently vacationed with her defense attorney Ronald de Austin who was married at the time. The woman is scandalous. Gotta love it this. She later married this motherfucker they still live in Aspen. I gotta find this woman. I gotta talk to her on record. After the criminal trial. When she got off basically, Scott free for murdering someone the savage family spiders, folks initiated civil proceedings in order to sue her. The case was eventually resolved that a court. I assume they got some money, but there's a provision that long. Jay, never discuss or write about the killing or the or the settlement. Okay. So maybe in exchange they were like look bitch. You can't talk about this ever you. We're not gonna see writing a book about killing our boy, none of that. No interviews nothing. That's part of it. You pay X amount of money. We're gonna chop some of that money out the top in exchange for you signing. This thing saying you'll never speak about it. But I'm good again. People to talk we have wisdom make you thought. And if I see you in Aspen Claudine, we go have a talk best believe that that was your stuff to Wikipedia when you're high next segment. Put some respect in his beard. Oh, I've wanted to have this conversation for the better part of twelve hours. And I'm so glad that it's finally happening. James harden last night against the Golden State Warriors doesn't matter when you're listening to this. I don't give a fuck January third twenty eighteen just type in James harden, January third twenty eighteen if you're listening like two years into the future and you'll see what I'm talking about. He put up one of the best individual basket, any any sport. Fuck that any sport performances I've ever seen in my life. It was Michael Jordan esque in. That's not an exaggeration. It was to me last night was the nail in the coffin. The end of the harden hate era. I will not tolerate anymore. I will simply point to this regular season game in which he handedly took down the greatest basketball team ever assembled with four starting all stars by his fucking self. This was like nothing I'd ever seen. I saw Tracy McGrady poor and thirteen points and thirty three seconds to beat the Spurs and the regular season game. And that's blown my mind for like ten. Years. This was more mind-blowing than that. It was a man putting the whole God the put the fucking team on his back. That's what he did. This is five straight games with forty plus points for harden five straight forty plus in this one forty four points, fifteen assists, ten rebounds, a triple double of forty fucking point. Triple double his second in a row might had one overtime win by the way, including one game winning shot over considered to be two of the best defenders in the NBA, Draymond green. And Klay Thompson in what will undoubtedly an undoubtedly be unless he goes on to win a ring at some point his career, which I am confident that he'll have at least another shot or two at perhaps even this season. If you can keep this level of play up. Fuck it will undoubtedly be the moment, they show when this man is inducted into the hall of fame one of the moments they show I will be that shot in a regular season game at oracle on the road. No, Chris, Paul, no, Eric Gordon than two and three scores on the rockets both out. Out injured in hardened goes absolute God mood to forty four fifteen in ten in one of the best wins. I've ever seen a rockets team. Have it made it a course it was what I'd say being real two hundred times sweeter than it would have been against any other team being against the warriors. Fuck the warriors so hard. Oh my God. You guys are so hateful. But you're also incredibly talented, which is nice for you. Good for you. This this game was no bullshit. It went from being like all right hardens having an incredible month. He was like Western Conference player of the month. And in December it went from okay? He's having an incredible month. The rockets are turning it around to holy shit. It's gonna take some amazing performances from other players or hardens gonna get 'em VP number two for real like he's going to get number two this season. Like back to back him VP's for real if nobody can step up and put on a better show than he has his past month in this isn't over. I we all like me. And my boys talking about the game last night before it took place. We were like, yeah. I got a bad feeling about this one hardens just been so hot. There's no way he can continue to like, surely they're just going to key in on him. We don't have C P three. We don't have G. What's going to happen? Nothing could have stopped this guy last night. It was nuts. He was on fucking fire was infla- go. They call them a flame thrower one point. It was insane. Go watch the highlights. One of the best performances. I've ever seen individual performance was in for all of you harden haters out there, it's over. No moss. The era is over. I don't wanna hear. I don't want to hear about the foul calls. I don't want to hear about the free throws. I don't want to hear about people. Don't give this man. The respect you deserve for whatever reason. Maybe because you've got a funny face. Maybe it's because you've got a little bit of a goofy personality. Maybe it's because he has a massive Santa Claus esque beard strapped to his fucking chin at all times. But the point is is if you don't respect his game, if you say is bad for basketball, you're fucking idiot and you need to fuck right off. I don't want any more hardened haters in the gang. Just get out. I'm done with. You people? This is stupid respect the dude. As one of the best players in the world point blank, easily top three. I don't think you can how could you? How could you argue otherwise at this point look at the resume. He's putting together. It's nuts. Put some respect and his beard next segment. Two thousand nineteen is the year of the what? So y'all know what what's what's good two thousand eighteen was the year of the robe? We had great success. We took the row back from perverts like Harvey Weinstein. And you know, I won't call Hugh, a pervert, but sexual he was a sexual man, you'd lots of wives and girlfriends anyway, we took the row back from pedophile perverts in sex offenders, and we took it back, and we made it the comfortable piece of everyday clothing that we can enjoy as a society the other part of that was that I always had this great robe that I never remembered to wear and I needed something to help me. Remember? So we made it the year of the robe. We went all in. We got I'd have to guess, I don't know was at least tens of thousands of people in on this involved in it wearing robes, sending pictures of the year, the robe, hashtag Ingwe TR. It was great success. We really brought the row back and just for the record that lifestyle trained does not fucking stop just because. Humans live, according to three hundred sixty five day calendar doesn't mean anybody can stop the year of the robe. It is now the decade of the robe. And we'll address the what happens next when the decade is up. Okay. But it's the decade of the rub if you're trying to think on oh, it's no longer the time of the robe. You're you're you're wrong. My friend the decade of the robe is now in year two. But we need two thousand nineteen we need to pick as gang. What we're going to focus on one of the things at least, you know, what it's going to be the year of the what I've had some suggestions. So far, I'm gonna give them to you. I'm not happy enough with any of these. So these are not what it's going to be. I how shoes are slippers nano too similar to the robe life to similar? I'm out on house shoes. Just going to say it. I just got some great ones who cares Ross. Just wear flip flops or wear. I wear Adidas slides 'cause I'm an athlete. I just got some of those two. That's what I were around the house. Yeah. Well, mine are soaked in the backyard, but I got some of those. I mean if. If your feet are cold wear socks, those those cabins the house 'cause then you look like trash those count is house shoes to me weren't slides. Okay. I'm just talking about like, the the Slater bid the little the little slip on that. You get that sort of moccasins with the the liner on the inside that don't let the wear out before January's over Mayes everybody in laws can be really upset with you. She bought me some nice hugs with the vice liner. And there saw she doesn't listen, but they're nice and soft and mean, I like him but different strokes for different, folks. Anyway to similar to the robe-like can't make it the year of the house shoes at the slipper is the slides nothing like that. We can't do that somebody suggested year of the collage. Now, this isn't going to be the u the gang puts on a collective forty five thousand pounds in loses half of its membership to ABI city, we can't just Hobie deep throat in collages through two thousand nineteen people. It can't be food thing God's. I'll just end up being collages every fucking day. Do you know what that's going to do to me? I lost forty five pounds since two thousand sixteen. I'm not going back in the Bronx direction that that's insane. So please not a food or at least not an unhealthy food, by the way collages. We will continue to talk about in clubs knocks clubs snicks, whatever all of all of those. We'll continue to talk about those forever. But it can't be the year of the Kaladze. Somebody said like what about like the year of the good deed? Is there a way we can make it about some positive like every month? You do every week or whatever it is. You do one good deed in documented and send it in or something. I don't know. My point is I don't know yet. I haven't made this decision, and I'm not gonna make it until I'm a hundred percent sure we have the right choice. And we don't have that choice yet. I don't want to end up in a situation where it's like fucking March in deciding what to dozen nineteen is the year of. So I want to get it done this weekend. And I need you guys in the gang to tweet at me at W R bowl and just tweeted my personal account is the easiest one for me to keep track of your suggestion. You can send me emails or whatever you want to Snapchat, Instagram, the, but the place, I know L see it is on Twitter at at W R bolan tweet at me, you ideas, for what two thousand nine hundred could be the year of. And maybe we will together brainstorm, southern that's fantastic. And hopefully by the beginning of next week. I will have that announcement for you that two thousand nineteen is the year of the blank, and we will all go ape shit and begin or new revolution. Let's go next segment. Japanese waistline, limitations. I'm on Twitter. The other day. I see this incredible story from the New York Times. Here's the headline Japan seeking trim wastes measures millions, and I was like what the fuck it was like an onion article headline almost, but it was on the New York Times. So I go on I start reading the article starts like this Japan a country, not known for its overweight people as undertaking one of the most ambitious campaigns ever by a nation to slim down at citizenry summoned by the city of a Maga sake. One recent morning Minoru, no Jiri forty five years old a flower shop owner found himself lining up to his waist line measured with no visible punch. He seemed to run little risk of being classified as overweight or meta. Bo the preferred word in Japan, these years, that's what they call fat people met abo-, isn't that funny like metabolism at abo-, but because the new state prescribed limit for mayo waistlines is a strict. Thirty three point five inches. He had anxiously measured himself at home a couple of days earlier, I'm on the border. He said under a national law that came into effect two months ago companies and local governments must now measure the waistlines of Japanese people between the ages of forty and seventy four as part of their annual checkups that represents more than fifty six million waistlines or about forty four percent of the entire Japanese population. These those exceeding government limits which again thirty three point five inches. The limit from thirty five point four inches for women which are identical to threshold established in two thousand five for Japan by the international diabetes federation as an easy guideline for identifying health risks and having a weight related ailment will be given dieting guidance if after three months, they do not lose weight. So you're gonna start not only being tracked by your waist size. But they're going to be giving you dieting guidance to try to help you get your fat ass back in shape. If necessary these peop-. Will be steered in the important thing. They're kind of leading by the state, they'll be steered toward further re education after six more months. I don't know about you. But if I live in Japan, and the thing that happens if I don't lose weight after a few months is that I get quote steered toward further re education in quote, I'm dropping those pounds. I don't give a fuck of tuten meth to drop that weight, I'm not getting quote further re education in quote, I don't wanna find out. No it in under no circumstances. Do you want to reach the further education point reeducation point of of your life ever that sounds like a like, that's that's how you end up in a prison camp or some kind of torture situation or just some type of bad illegal shit. I don't want anything to do with it. So to reach its goals of shrinking the overweight population by ten percent over the next four years and twenty five percent over the next seven years. The government will impose financial penalties on companies. And on local governments that fail to meet specific targets. So now companies and local governments are being held responsible for the waistlines of their citizenry, and employee's Edis, amazes me, can you fucking imagine. If we tried to do this in America fat people would lose their goddamn minds. We everyone would be so triggered. This would be the thing that started the second civil war in. It'd be a meta bows against normies. Which in honestly, I'm if that happens, I'm hitting fucking canes for three meals a day for about three weeks in rejoining. The meta Bowes, I'm not trying to roll with the normies fuck that we don't have anywhere near enough weight to win that battle. They're trying to keep spread of diseases like diabetes and strokes in check our at. So they have the right idea the ministry of health in Japan. They're they're trying to help these people get have long of fulfilling lives, I guess would be their argument. They they also say that curbing widening waistlines will reign in a rapidly ageing societies ballooning healthcare costs sneaked. At in at the end. There's having to spend too much of the tax money on healthcare costs one of the most serious and politically delicate problems facing Japan today, this healthcare costs issue that they're trying. Apparently, this is a big part of that that they're trying to solve most Japanese are covered under public health care or through their work anger over a plan that would make those seventy five and older pay for more healthcare brought a parliamentary censure mo- censor motion Wednesday against prime minister. Yes, Suo Fukuda the first against a prime minister in the country's post-war history. So people are obviously upset about this. It's going to be. Very public thing that plays out in the news. I'm not sure if there've been update since I found this article, I'm sure there have been but a pretty incredible funny. Fucking story from the New York Times that actually looks like dates back to June. I thought it was January. But regardless it doesn't matter. I'm sure there have been updates to this. But one of ridiculous thing they attempted to do. Now, I have to go find the updates and see what they are. Nixed segment. We're just about a week into two thousand nineteen and lots of dudes of already blown it on their New Year's resolutions. Which is set why in port because he resolutions would probably stupid. No, dude. You're not going to start working out six hours a day. Just 'cause twenty eighteen is over. That's not it's not how it works. But there are some good resolutions around taking better care yourself. You can stick to you wanna good one where sunscreen on your face every single day. And if you want that to be a good time where Fulton in rooks. New daily moisturizer with SPF eighteen I have this. It is fantastic. It smells good. It works. Great. And I am one of these people that was not aware of the fact that especially if you're a white dude who's pasty, you should probably be wearing sunscreen. If you live in in a city or a state where there's a lot of sunshine and heat, otherwise you face ages more quickly. It's not protected. The sun is dangerous. So Fulton works founders Kevin and Allen. They already knew the benefits of wearing sunscreen. These guys are smarter than me, they'd gotten the speech from their doctors. And they listened, but they thought most of what was available was terrible to wear. You know, how it is needed smell bad or it would white out your skin when you put it on and make you feel oily or it stung if you put it in right after shaving and actually most of them did all of those things. So just horrible horrible experience. So the team at fort Monroe got started on creating the perfect daily face balm for men and after more than two years of research and development. They nailed it. The formula quickly absorbed it smells, great. It's full of nutrients to make your skin look better in the short term. And of course in the in the short term. And of course, it has SPF eighteen to protect your face from sun damage, which is awesome in the longer term. And you'll likely notice that it actually feels very good on your skin. It feels very good on mine. And the first ingredient is aloe which is good for your skin, just use a single pump. You know, spread across your face. And you're good for the day this year make the resolute resolution to make your skin. It's best Fulton work has a coupon code just for the gang. Even if you've used the Rb p code before go to Fulton in rock dot com. That's R O A R K dot com. Use the code Rb p SPF and you will get fifteen percent off their daily face bomb with SPF do it if you would dude. And you're like I don't eat face lotion. You do you dumb ass, you need sunscreen, get this fucking sunscreen. It's the best available. It smells good. You're gonna look better you'll feel younger over the course of the coming weeks. You'll notice you don't look as fucked in the face because the sun's not frying you Fulton work dot com. R B BP SPF. You get fifteen percent off get yourself, some of that sunscreen, do it. Next segment hotline calls are hotline numbers. Eight eight eight WR bowling you can call anytime of the week any hour of the day any day of the year. And it's. Open for you. It's a voicemail if you mess up just hang up and call back. You can ask a question leave a segment suggestion? Give us some constructive criticism. Sing as a song, just talk it out. If you just needed to talk something out. I don't really give a fuck hotlines there for you. It's your hotline eight eight eight WR bolan I've picked out several calls to play today. Here's the first one. My Dave from Charlotte. AM listening to the Cranston episode. You're talking about that low point in your life watching Brokeback mountain sleep on your dad's for where you go to jail and a couple of weeks and one thing you didn't mention there's like what the fuck one. Why does your dad have only DVD and only spend his money on books and have Brokeback mountain as -partment in recently, divorced in to what the fuck are you doing watching it before you went to jail getting prepared grow like on man? I love you guys shit. Just shut me on I gang gang gang. Okay. That's a fair question. Probably probably need a little clarification. The this was a period where like my mom and my dad were freshly divorced or I don't know if they legally had yet. So my dad was just like living the fuck it bachelor life and was in this garage apartment. He he didn't you know, he hit a red box or something. It was like my dad is an artsy type of dude. He's very much like me. He's like a creative. But also somehow ended up with a career in math, which I don't know how to do math. He's very good at math. He can't spell for fuck, and I can spill incredibly well. So we balance each other out anyway point being, you know, my dad's not like some type of judgmental, homophobic, or anything like that. At all. He's he's totally down with watching Brokeback mountain. He hadn't seen it. So we rented it, and it just so happened that was the only fucking movie in the apartment in. Honestly, it wasn't so much about like I wanna see Brokeback mountain as it was about. Like, I need to watch something to take my mind off the fact that on my life is in shambles. And I'm sleeping on a floor. A mattress on a ground in a in a one bedroom apartment in Montrose with my grown, man. Father in the only movie available to me is Brokeback mountain. I needed to take my mind off what was going on. Around me, dude. It was supposed to be a very good movie. And frankly, I've never been a homophobe. None of that shit bothered me. It really didn't like it was a little weird seen it on screen for the first time because that was the first like hardcore like homosexual love movie we've had. And so yeah, of course, it was a little uncomfortable for me the first time, but I never really that stuff. Never bothered me. I have a gay aunt. I've always had. I'm just I've just never people usually have a hatred towards or fear of things that they don't understand. I've never it. Never was confusing to me like I've just I just get it. I don't know how to explain it. But I do a good movie to like it is legitimately good movie. It's the acting between those two is fucking incredible Joan hall in the late great heath ledger, both crush it. Even as gay Cowboys, which neither one of them more in real life. Great great acting and just a cool story man about how living closeted homosexual. Life was brutal for for so many people for so long, man. Like, that's like a that movie. When it came out was like based in the present. I think in Montana or whatever it was see it's questionable. I was watching Brokeback right before going to county jail. Smart. Probably not. But it also didn't wasn't like oh, God, I'm going to get raped. Like, I I I didn't think that was ever gonna do candidate cops in Harris County don't fuck around much like you could get your ass beat. But you're not gonna get raped, dude. They'll come in and beat down both you and whoever is attempting to rape you. They don't really care. There's like, it's a indifferent. At that point who's the attacker in the attack. Everybody's getting clubbed until you both unconscious. They don't give a fuck. But I wasn't so much worried about that. But anyway, it was a good question. It was a good call. I appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me to clarify a little bit next. Call. Hey Ross, Mike. This is Alex from Rhode Island. So I'm listening to episode. What's my age? Again. I wanted to get be back some kids talking about trash or not trash picking up dog poop. So one time. I was walking my my buddies new husky and we lived right near a main street. So I'm walking down a main street, you know, trying to look cool and whatnot. And the dog takes a big steaming diarrhea shit right in front of a restaurant. I didn't know what to do. So I turn. I saw found the biggest hill, and we looked it up the hill. And I never spoke about it. Again. I I actually really liked dining at this restaurant but wanted to get your take on this. Do you clean up diarrhea if your dog shits in front of a restaurant? Thanks ross. Mike, you guys doing a great job gang gang gang, laid up, man. Man. That's the difficult. One. Look you're walking the dog the dog squats the dog diarrheas dog diarrhea all dog owners. No, this is not really, cleanable. I mean, it's in the grass, and yeah, you like grasp at it with your hand in a plastic bag or doggie bag or whatever. But you're not getting much of that off the grass, it's the man made the right choice. I don't know why he had to find the biggest hill. How many hills were there to pick from then then you took off towards the biggest deal? I get it. You're trying to get out of sight. But it's just funny. The way you described it like the way it played out in my mind is so goddamn funny. You sprint? Sprinting away in fear that like what was somebody going to stand up from the table in the restaurant come out and chastise, you that'd be fucking hilarious. You should have allowed that to happen. I think he made the right choice here. It's not trash to me. You there was nothing. You could have done you got delta shit hand in that moment, and literally, and you you had to bail you had to I think he made the right choice. Now, I do. I wanna I wanna talk about do you even attempt to clean up dog diarrhea ever period. In the answer is only if it's in your house, if I'm dead serious because in your backyard, it's not even worth it just leave. It don't step in it. It'll dry and it'll become one with the soil. It's not with the dog diarrhea is too gross. It's too smelly. It's too difficult to clean, especially if it's in the grass, especially if it's in front of a crowded restaurant just bounce bounce. Find a hill run over it next. Call. Hey, this is an from Houston, and I'm a few days behind, but I just listen to the second trash trash game shower will Brazil actually do the whole ad campaign saying that you should be in the shower because it wastes a lot less water than flushing and especially for females who have to use toilet paper. It was less toilet paper to. That's why I think it's completely not trash as long as you are like you said standing in two inches of water. Yeah. That's all ganging gang. Yeah. I'll be real. I don't I don't really wanna talk about or think about chicks just pissing in the shower. But I also don't care. I mean, I'm with you like. You you're saving water to as long as you're the only one in the shower and as long as you do a good enough job of washing. It all out be mindful of the people who also use that shower. But I think I it just. There's a lot of arguments for being okay way, more than they are being not okay, in my opinion. So I'm with you. I stand sti- stand firmly with you shower peers, I think y'all are cool. I'm one of you sometimes Tae don't freak out. I just pure right down the drain. It's not a big deal. Nobody needs to know. But yeah. Next call Ross, Michael what's up? It's a Tanner from Knoxville listen, I just wanted to. I just got fucking twenty minutes ago. I just got slammed into by drunk driver. And I just I just wanted to be known that it's fucking trash as move. Okay. I got no fucking car now because some asshole decided to go out and fucking. You know, do whatever he does and fucking come home and thought he's having fun. But no, no he fucking took my car away fucked my leg up, and then that's part of it. All son of bitch runs here. Either way. Okay. Anyways. Anyways, that's fresh on my brain just wanted to get it off their longtime listener, first-time, caller, gang gang gang things will shit, dude. At least, you're okay. I'm sorry, that sucks, that's horrible. But I'm happy that you're at least alive and and sounds like, well, even though maybe a little shook. Yeah. No, look this. This should go without saying at this point. But we'll keep saying it until it no longer happens. If you drink and drive in two thousand and nineteen now, you're a fucking piece. Ooh. Berber with your ass. U-b-e-r put it on get a credit card just for Uber. If you have to there is no earthly reason, you should be drinking and driving in this day and age there isn't. Either get an Uber. If for some reason, let's say the Uber app is down us one of the fifty other ride sharing things available you or find a fucking hotel room in walk to it anything but driving drunk this guy that hit him. Hopefully, you didn't hit anybody else. He's lucky. Shitty. Didn't kill anybody. This is how you lose your life. You guys understand? This the consequence for this can be losing your life, and and not only your own ruining others as well on. If you kill someone drunk driving. You think it's just them. You kill no that shit's for their family for their loved ones for everyone loved them and cared about your ruining people's lives with a stupid selfish act that is completely unnecessary because we solved this fucking problem. Already. Uber or lift or whatever I don't care just use one of them. There's like ten of them. Get a fucking scooter run yourself into a brick wall with the scooter, you're doing all favor do that. Rather than drunk driving? You horse's ass. No more drunk driving. I'm an asshole I have gotten to DWI I could have easily hurt somebody when I did. And I didn't I got lucky and nobody else needs to get lucky because some people get very unlucky. And it's very hard to recover from don't drink and drive. It's not worth it. It's not even close so stupid. Literally one of the dumbest things you could do in the world. Don't fucking do it next. Call. Hey Ross and mica is tireless from Houston, Texas, the booking greatest city on the win would probably be one that I was listening to might have been Granddad steaming park yesterday. And Mike mentioned that some some listeners from the freeze all motor functions podcasts the Westworld podcast. I actually don't like, Mike. I don't enjoy Mike. Good. And I had to say that Mike. I actually very liberal person is an amazing voices. Well, we talked about the F the mar- thing with his voice. You know, mazing voice. Sounds like a great guy on why you hang out with Ross in Mike, especially my you know, you too. But yeah, wasn't podcasts. Keep it going guys. In game. And that one was all the mic haters out there. Hi haters. What's good? I appreciate that. Call for real mica is a what would you? What would you describe your personality as divisive? No. That's not right. What's the word for when something's extremely likeable? And extremely hateful. You know, what I'm trying to sell the rising polarizing road for would you say, you have a polarizing personality, I have a polarizing persona persona. Okay. Yes. How's that different on these podcasts? People hate me in real life. No. I don't think people hate you in podcast life. I think that's part of the fun. It's okay. Haters. Let love the haters. I thrive off the heater. They feel you the fuel me. They should. I'm like Tyrone Matthew mom about the haters. I've everyone's we've picked him up. I fought him on Twitter. That's all he does tweeted the haters and talk about haters, and now he's going to let all the haters. No, there's a great Washington Post story out yesterday. About Tyrone Matthew though sheets. It's on my new list, which is not quite good enough for the show reads of the day. But there he good reads. And by the way, encourage you check that out looking into away to get you guys more content. That's not spoken word in some of those reads will be included the ones Mike doesn't deem quite worthy for the show. But good enough to be read. We will be sharing with you via newsletter. And that's all say about that right now. Anyway, thank you for the kind words and to the listeners of freeze on motor functions. Who hate me? You know, I'm right? I'm just gonna leave it at that. You do know. Don't don't leave it at that. Right there. We're not going to rehash this talking about it. But he's joking. I stand by my statement, and we'd leave it right there. Next. Call. What's up guys his little like possible immense? I don't even know it's a class. Lot says on episode one twenty five that just came out the whole bird box like Mike. You didn't see any advertisements that you saw. The means. There is a rumor going on through like read it and other forms that net. Flicks. Made a bunch of states accounts to put out very bucks means and hashtag bird bucks to gain publicity for this movie. And that was their whole marketing strategy for this movie. And so if you looked on Twitter accounts, there was tweets that blew up with hashtag bird box, and that meet and they had one follow it. And they just that was their only tweet. So there was this weird thing going on around Twitter as well. And Netflix is only marketing before very bucks was actually to put out fake tweets at. Advertise like that which I respect the fucking how out of the Czech good fucking comb. My man. Yeah. So I mean, I touched on this briefly that I had a feeling that perhaps Netflix actually executed incredible viral marketing campaign instead of using any money on like traditional marketing like, you know, commercials and shit or maybe they use some on that. I'm sure they did. But not as much dude they dominated the mean game for like a week and a half before the fucking movie was even available and now it's even stronger than it was then it's a great column on the ringer. They always have great columns on the ring or the ring you're used to support the ringer. If you if you love editorial online. The explains a lot. It is called the Byrd box effect. How memes drove users to net flix, and there's all kinds of different Netflix marketing taps into another mem- with bird box challenge. Warning. It's almost the same as like your icing was Smirnoff ice obvious. Sure. I was always of the opinion that some genius at Smirnoff in their marketing department came up with that in that it was an internal viral marketing campaign that greatest of all time. I don't think that ended up being the case, I think that genuinely just did come up naturally, and they just got super lucky that probably boosted their sales like one thousand percent for five years, but this is similar to that for me. And it's like if you can come up with ways to market your product without having to spend a bunch of money or do the typical most boring marketing the normal routes that everybody else takes you're gonna win. You're gonna win big. Even if the movie ends up not being you know, the best thing ever which. This definitely didn't the fucking again the premises that you have to wear a blindfold. That's it. Spoiler alert. It's not a spoiler. If you've been on the internet in the past week and a half I'm impressed by net flicks on a regular basis. Now, I think that they are great for the entertainment industry for people like me who were are in creators who even eat like look at it this way this show this show is getting big, right? We've we've gotten a lot bigger over over a first year. We grew a lot. We have a lot of listeners in. It's awesome. There's no reason that inevitably at some point. We couldn't have the Rose Bowl in podcast as a Netflix thing. There's no reason that couldn't happen at some point. They have created a platform where they can do anything. They want from the massive bust, but creative bust of Vander snatch to stuff like bird blocks to the thousand shows they have they've do normally Donald show if they'll put normally Donald on the Shirley that they'd be okay. With me, I love norm. And you know, I do I talk about them all the time. But he's one of the weirdest people that ever walked the face of the earth. And I just think Netflix is good for good for entertainment. I do as both consumer and a and creator I do so good on them cool story about their their marketing efforts last and final call comes. They did it they deserve credit for sure. Nobody should be mad. No. If that's if that's how they managed to do it. Congrats. Oh, yeah. I've been done before. This isn't a thing to be mad about it's a thing to be off. Because it's right. I've never seen it done. But not to that scale at least holy hill. I mean, they broke their own records with this thing with bird box. Craig crazy crazy views on some of these viral marketing videos, they put up anyway last and final call here. This. Hey, it's dog. I'm a huge fan of the podcast. And I want to leave a trash not trash, drew. Okay. Is it trash to be winning in monopoly by like literally everything like having stats of hundreds and then just by and hotels to show off and giving away money to other people just to show up like, I think pretty trash. I don't know. Let me get your opinion. Hold on. I'm sorry. We have to start. By not answering. You did you say your name is dog? Did I hear that right dog? Put play the first vice again, hey, it's dog. She said, hey, it's does Don maybe it sounded like dog. No, no, no offense. If your name is dog, or maybe that's what people call you. I don't know. It's just be a weird name for a human to have dog. Be like if I named my dog human being very strained. Anyway, to answer your question is it a trash move, which he's asking is basically, look if you're dominate if the if there's a person you're playing monopoly, let's say you got four of you in one of the four is crushing and clearly has all the power and money at this point. And it's just buying the rest of the game is just them buying hotel after hotel after hotel after until until they raped the rest of you out of business and they win right? So is that a trash move is what she's asking to be the person who's just like stocking up on hotels and watching everyone bleed out. No that's the game. That's capitalism. That's the fucking point. And in monopoly. The goal is to do it as quickly as possible. It's a trash move. If you draw it out into the game. Once you've got to the point where one of you has the majority of the money and is doing the whole buying out hotels and fucking everybody thing into this quick. As possible. I know it comes down to the dice. But the more hotels you buy the more quickly the game Lind and everybody can go their separate ways while you can start over and give those a simpleton that you just pounded a simple chance to try again, it I love I'm huge monopoly dude for the record. Like, I always used to play monopoly when I was a little kid, and then it became a family tradition. Every time my dad's side of the family. My my, grandma and grandpa would take our entire dad's side of the family, his two brothers, their wives their kids, my cousins, we would all go to the Cayman Islands for a week every three years, and it was the best time of my life. Every single time. It's my one of my favorite places on earth bar. None. I love seven mile beach. Those of the Gaillon is resort. We always stayed at the condo. We always stayed in right between the Ritz and the slipping my mind man, I was doing so good that I hadn't forgotten like a single thing yet. Fuck me the Westin. I did it still haven't forgotten to single thing yet today. Anyway, I love it out there. Michael. What does this have to do with anything? I have no idea. What was the call about from dog? Monopoly. Oh monopoly. Try crash. Sometimes these tangents that I go on a really hard to keep up with when we would go to the Caymans. We would always have for those of you for millions with the Caribbean Bahamas. There's usually rain storms during the day. At least once a day, you'll have like twenty thirty minutes, maybe an hour of showers and during those showers, we would always play monopoly and then sometimes at night too. And I vividly remember this one game. I was playing with my cousins probably the last time we went as a whole family out there before actually I think it was after my grandfather had passed away and. I was pissed drunk. I think I joined like thirty red stripes on the beach that day, and I'm playing monopoly against like a five year old a nine year old a fourteen year old the seventeen year old, and that's it. So I'm the oldest person I'm shit house. And I'm talking that trash and I'm dominating. And I just remember that was like the last big monopoly game. I had and I got in have you played monopoly with the the new things that have credit cards and stuff. I'm not even I didn't know that. I didn't know that. I didn't know this either until I was with my girlfriend's family, and they pulled out the monopoly, and it's everybody gets like their own credit card, and there's like an electric thing that you plug it into there's no actual cannot be money exchanged that is very interesting. I'm looking at a picture that. Wow. Okay. Yeah. Monopoly ultimate banking is looks like what's that version because you question about monopoly, though, isn't the strategy just to buy everything pretty much. Yeah. But the the. Better stuff you land on that. You can buy. The better off you're going to be term. So he goes, no matter where you land by pretty much, and then you hope that other people land where you you bought right? Yeah. I just love people that are like, I'm so good monopoly issue. You're just rolling down. You've just landed unit land on Baltic avenue you landed on park place, you're essentially saying I'm really good at rolling dice. Which is I guess, which I guess what was your favorite piece to play as mica? Were you like like the car? The added car was dope. I was always a big fan of the thimble for some reason a hat. They would like hot hat. Yes. A little dog a little ship an iron, which was sexist and clearly meant to be used by woman, and I'm just getting and I was loved the the pieces that they had. But yeah, I was I was a a thimble guy. And I think it was because I loved Peter Pan so much, and you know, that's what they call it like a kiss anyway of completely derailed. Was that the last call did we answer the questions? Sure it moving on last and final segment Mike is read of the day. Mica take it away, buddy. All right. This is from something called the outline which isn't something I've ever heard of. This is the publication. Yes. The publication. Okay. I'll just leave it at that the outline it's called demon underneath John DeLorean and the invention of the future. The sub-headline is long before Elon Musk. A visionary automaker showed how the ugly how ugly the American dream could be whoa. The graphics at the top of his tie. Yeah. There's a lot of cool stuff here. So demon underneath now. We'll say this may be the longest long read I've ever shared with you guys this. This is taken me weeks to read this was from December eleventh twenty eighteen I've had it open. And then I finally got to it a couple days ago, and it literally took me two or three days. Yeah. This is a this is a short novel. Like, I actually spent I'm training for a half marathon. And I had all you are. Yes. Perhaps you've heard I had a four and a half mile run the other day, and my girlfriend's like, what are you going to watch? She likes to. Watch movies on net shows on Netflix while she's on the treadmill. Oh nice. And I was like I'm not going to watch anything. I'm going to read you a treadmill guy. I'd like the elliptical. I mean when the weather's nice it's better to run outside. But the weather's been terrible here. That's true. It has anyway, so four and a half miles. So that's I run pretty slow. But it was like forty five minutes, and I did not get through the whole thing. I got from like chapter to chapter four. Good god. Yeah. Okay. So multiday multiday project. Okay. So here's what I know. And I'll just I'll all begin by stating my ignorance, I'm very unfamiliar with the idea of the DeLorean the vehicle from. Back to the future back to the future. That's pretty much. All I knew about it. Right. Do you know anything about John DeLorean or the DeLorean enjoy the only thing I knew about the DeLorean was that it obviously was in back to the future. That's where it got its fame that it was I believe in the eighties. And it was discontinued pretty quickly that it was a horrible automobile. That's all I know. Yeah. When it's coveted collector's item. Now, I I don't know if that's true or not. But what you find out is that an I didn't realize this the back to the future movies were moves. I'd seen when I was child. But I didn't understand the context of the DeLorean had been they had stopped producing them three years before the first back to the future movie. Oh, wow. So the fact that this was seen like the DeLorean at the time when the movie was released was sort of like a joke. The fact that was DeLorean was a laugh out loud joke. That's that's and so became the symbol of eighties. Like. Like silliness. But at that's what it was at the time. But in retrospect, people look at it and think, oh that was back to the future car that was a spaceship. Like, I wonder what happened with that that that was a cool caller asleep because it had the doors that opened the butterfly doors. Yeah. Exactly. So that's basically what I knew. And then so that was an interesting thing and after reading this I understand let me also say I'm sure in and I couldn't find this. So I started googling because I was looking forward in a different location, a different computer and. Apparently, there are several are there is at least one John DeLorean bio pic in the works. Okay. Let me just start by saying as someone who knew nothing about this other than what we just said this has potential to be one of the greatest movies ever. This story of John DeLorean is like wolf of all street meets Elon Musk. That's the best way. I can describe it because it's got all the eighty stuff, and I would watch that movie immediately. And basically so chapter one is I really liked the way this is written Alex Papa Damus who I think road at grant land. Maybe a look back in the day fund. Find out what you can find on Papa Dima. I will. Anyway. Yep. He did. Well knew that name was. The if he writes the ringer or not. But I knew he was at grantline grantland guy. Anyway. The first chapter is about John delorean's life and in its written in. I've really enjoyed the way it was written because it's very sort of matter of fact, I'll just read the first couple of paragraphs you get the idea. In Zach delorean's little house on Detroit's near east side, they speak room Rumanian Romanian Zachary's from Buddha crest Zachary has away with machines, but his poor English holds and back. He starts ends his career on the factory floor Ford. He's a thorn at man when the payday drunk. He fights in bars and knocks his wife around. Her name is Catherine the Laurean their oldest son. John DeLorean is born January six nineteen twenty five because that's how you learned the John DeLorean was the thing. So it's like fact FANG divorce Zachary in the in the forties and John never sees him again when Zachary dies of throat cancer, nineteen sixty eight the Ford plant calls to ask John to come pick up. His father's toolbox. John lives with his mother until he marries Elizabeth Higgins in nineteen fifty four. She's a phone company receptionist. They never have children. So that's how like part of this growth. And there's something about it is really a I really like it just the the cadence. It's cool. So here's the story of John DeLorean. He. He gets a research and development job. Our leaves a job. I think he's goes goes to work for GM for General Motors. He's from Detroit his dad worked at Ford. He works his way up. He finds his his biggest claim to fame is he sneaks a giant engine a three hundred eighty nine cubicle v eight engine into a mid sized Pontiac tempest. Which he was not supposed to do the rule said you could not do this. And so he calls it the GTO. Which he names after he there's a company wide rule keping engine displacement and mid-size cars at three hundred and thirty cubic inches. So he throws a three eighty nine inch in there. And he likes sneaks pass GM's corporate thing and all the hiding it in two hundred ninety six dollar option package that he calls the GTO named after a limited line of limited edition, Ferraris grand. Juries mo- of algata he Christians at the GTO package before GM can catch on dealers have poured in and ordered five thousand of these. So now, he has single handedly put he and his team have put a GM in the muscle carpets that blows my mind. I the guy John Dorian also responsible for the Pontiac GTO. Right. Holy shit. And so he quickly rises up. Through the ranks at GM. And he including he figures out that the factors that might spur an old man to buy a young man's car. And he exploits them in fact in nineteen sixty GTO printed. Here's a potential buyers. Get it before you're too old to understand. Nice. So he he also he also loves cameras and reporters. Okay. And the the car magazines charismatic guy. Yes. Frame him as a gogo exempt dialed in with youth culture. He begins to remake himself to suit that image. He quit smoking. He drops a bunch of weight. He grows out a sideburns and start dying his hair jet black. Okay. Start showing up to the vision of the most conservative corporation in America dressed like he manages the Partridge family. Turtlenecks jewelry, tennis, shoes or Chelsea boots on weekends. He steps outs in shirts on button to his sternum. You get the idea. He's pimping he's they say he's the only person in General Motors with Snoopy poster hanging in his office. He's a survivor of the great depression who serve in the army during World War Two. But suddenly, he's the rebellious teenage son living under GM's roof. Disguise tight. So far it says in the although the term has yet to enter the pup lexicon. He may be having a midlife crisis and calling market research. At that point. He ends up getting a so he gets facial surge surgery at some point he claims he got in a car wreck. But nobody can find any evidence of this. He gets promoted to the head of Pontiac. He's the youngest man ever to head a division of GM reporters visited his home and lifestyle and his lifestyle rouse them. He lays it on thick. They take notes breathlessly document his way out taste. There's an amazing photo of shirtless. John DeLorean from nineteen Seventy-three doing barbell bench. Curls are barbell bench shirtless with a chain on jeans. It's amazing. John wanted to be a celeb-. Yeah. He's just weighed diff- he's working for the most conservative corporation, America. And he's driving to work listening to the Jefferson airplane, and he's got he shows off his art collection as drum-tight apps. Yeah. He's going for like the Burt Reynolds look. Yeah. Yeah. A reporter. He's Ryan a novel about nuclear war. Which is a great thing. The Papa dick is or whatever the guy's name does here is he plants this, and they talk about it throughout even after way down the line up puppet demons, I think, yeah. And I'm talking about how he's listening to music, it's the cheapest education, he can get and all this stuff. So these reporters just love this guy. And so the reporters this is this is sort of a weird thing he sort of on a cutting edge of this like. The sort of cutting edge hip entrepreneur, this is this is the thing world very familiar with now. Yeah, we know jobs Branson, Cubans Berg musk. Yes. But he was one of the ozzy's. This didn't happen. This wasn't a thing that existed there wasn't the cooling. Exact right. Okay. And so he sort like does this. If you're chested guy doing shirtless dumbbell bench press for the press. You're you're different. Right. And so this is this is an so it says the story of the rest of delorean's life will be a cautionary tale about mistaking swaggering entrepreneurs for Rockstars profits are kinks, the Detroit papers aren't as impressed. They think that he's crazy. And they they run a blind gossip album item talking about how he wants to look like the Pepsi generation so force. He says fuck fuck few Detroit. He goes out to California. Oh, which is. So as you can imagine the now you've got like sort of the that madman mid a mid run storyline where where the well. Buttoned will dressed, Don Draper. Just moves to California right rounded by hippies. Yeah. You've got sort of the same thing happening here to John Lauren. He gets divorced from his first wife in nineteen sixty eight. She shoes for cruelty. She keeps the house. He says fucking. I don't wanna live in Detroit. Anyway, he's in California as much as he can. He would they say that. Here's a great quote. John would descend from the steps of the GM corporate plane with his sunglasses on and his coat over one arm. Ready to party is an accurate description. Hell, yeah. John takes out a series of actresses including Candice Bergen and Nancy Sinatra John makes the scene. Okay. He's he's going to these members only nightclubs in Beverly Hills where you might seem with me affair Dickie smothers or a rhino Neil. Whoever. Those people are what the fuck is like some of the most famous people of the time, right? Some weeks he'll fly out to the coast on Thursday and comes back to Detroit on a Tuesday just long enough to check the mail and toss some junior exotic a tube of pink lipstick telling them Nancy Sinatra needs a Firebird that color and Nancy with the laughing face needs it in four days. Hell, yeah. That is. That's good. So then sixty nine another big jump taking over the head of Chevrolet in California. He saying that with Sammy Davis junior Johnny Carson who's in the fucking backpack. Now he rolls around with play. Boy, entrepreneurs racecar drivers TV producers guys who made their first millions and slip the corporate yoke their whole conception of money is different. John can throw GM's may around. But at the end of the day, it's GM's money. It might as well be currency with the ally of GM's chairman on it. Okay. Point realize is that he spent a lot he starts. Well, it's nothing. He's spinning he'd he doesn't get the joy of spinning GM's money because GM's looking down on it. Okay. Because the GM people just want to spend money on steaks and chops in the Detroit suburbs as it rights here. See starts to look around for other income. Streams new ways to leverage being the chairman of Chevrolet. He buys a piece of the San Diego. Chargers. He sits on a few startup company boards. This gets back to GM it rankles. The brass only one company is supposed to matter to a man from General Motors in nineteen sixty nine he marries, a California girl of the Brentwood. Harman's Kelly Harmon is her name. Her father is Tom Harmon, a college football legend starves zoned bio, pic, war hero, and a sportscaster we shit. She's twenty he's forty four fucking Gary at the Bel Air country club. Let's go Hollywood's. Biggest names Ricky Nelson who's actually married to kill his sister. Chris is there why Nangle Cup? Cocktail hour. Okay. So he's he's now living this guy is really limit. The New York Times describes the Laurean as a seven handicap golfer and tennis enthusiasts who wear sideburns big moon. Sunglasses and shocks his conservative colleagues by frequently driving a nineteen thousand dollars Maserati instead of some GM product. Okay. As of like this moment, I don't know how the rest of the story is gonna go. But as of right now, this is one of the coolest people I've ever heard act one is awesome. Yes. I mean, if you just think about the images take both Wall Street, and this is instead of him fucking people out of their money. Well, instead of you know, the capital coming up getting married to a nice girl. And then losing leaving her once he gets his first taste of money. A nice. Oh, yes. She was a nice. This is the same story basic. Okay. You just if you're thinking about it as a movie. Yeah. Okay. Think about eighty imagery fast car. Oh, yeah. California. This is great. And that New York Times just he may have taken a wife who can match zest for life. She says. I like riding skiing water skiing music, swimming, poetry parties and dogs. I like all those things. Yeah. It's it's dope. So he starts going up to cook too. They separate two years later. But I just thought that was just great. He made a twenty year old what the fuck was going to happen. He's gonna get a divorce. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway. So this is sort of now he ends up. This is great to later in here. Here's more will vol street. Sorry. This can be a long rate. Oh, no good. John tells a friend that after separation his Hollywood friends treat him to a weakened in Malibu with three prostitutes who California who's California girl looks resembled his ex ex-wife's with the foot dude, he said, it was classiest thing anyone had ever done for him. That was his phrase. That's why you're supposed to keep that between you and your boom. Let me read this quote, again, he said, it was the classiest thing anyone had ever done for him that was his phrase classy, and it Societa says, and he said, it could have only happened out there in California, and no one in Detroit would have had enough class to pull off something like that. I don't know what he thinks definition of classes, but under no circumstances does that fall under classy or class. This is more like sleazy or slimy or scummy and really it's something he should've kept to himself. Like, why are you telling everybody that you and your boys that you've got great friends? You know, they bought me a few prostitute. What's that? Look just like my ex wife. I went to town on these women. It was a client's class class class. Now. Now, it's nineteen seventy seventy-two. John Laurien is forty eight. He sees a picture of a girl in vote who's twenty two and cuts her picture out of the magazine saves in his briefcase. It's a five page spread to briefcase. Yeah. Is not porn is it Brown? Five months later DeLorean meets with some friends for cocktails at the Beller country club. Hell, you delorean's friend. Roger Penske, the guy who owns all of Pinski Motors announce this he's taking Cristina Ferrare out. That's the woman's name. Delorean's divorce? Attorney sees him perk up at the mention of her name. It turns out his divorce. Attorney is also heard of attorney they hook up and now they meet so now he's got a new hot wife. I don't know if they get married or not. Hot woman. He says that he has plans to spend the holiday scheme in Vale with the different woman be breaks them to be with Farrar who. So I had no qualms about it. I wanted Christina for Christmas baller moves at some point shy. While he's at Chevy GM investigates in particular kicks kickbacks from parts suppliers where the investigation leaks, but GM takes no ish. No official action. Any eventually gets promote again in nineteen seventy-two. He's now group executive in charge of GM's, North American car and truck division. Just killing it. Yeah. The guys just killing it, basically. So he doesn't like this though, he has he has an office on the fourteenth floor in General Motors in Detroit, and it's like secure because they're afraid like a disgruntled factory workers come kill somebody or perhaps somebody from you know. He doesn't like it at all price. Scared that one of the people it says radical leftist show up and irate customer or a four long blue are furlong blue-collar worker. Okay. So he doesn't like being in this prison. He's a Kelly, bro. You know at this point. He thinks these people were poor trash all of the other people around him don't like him either. Because he he makes a point of saying that he doesn't care about being at Detroit. Cocktail parties aren't exciting for him. Let's not he's a snooty again. He's uppity. He county guy now. Yeah. So then he anyway, long kind of move forward a little bit. Okay. Eventually he he gets out of GM. General Motors announces his resignation nineteen Seventy-three and has never offered further. Comment on the end of his tenure at the company, they treat it like. He's retiring they pay out his bonuses. They installments the head of an auto industry back nonprofit, the National Alliance of businessmen and give him keys to a Cadillac dealership in lighthouse point Florida, right between Boca Raton and pump. Oh beach three weeks later, he marries this other girl in France in LA. So now he's out in nineteen Seventy-three, and he's got big money and. Now, you look at the guy, and you think and because GM doesn't say anything this is an interesting thing that I enjoyed. He walks away from the company with full control of his narrative. He's now and the press loves him. And he loves the press. He's nailed the man who fired General Motors instead of general Myers for firing him think about that. But smart more boss move hits the lecture circuit, he writes, an op-ed he leans into the role of car business. Apus a puzzle. He scores points off their old colleagues, and they're sobering. Refusal to to forsake the grotesque monsters of the sixties and seventies the OPEC embargo hits and gas prices go through the roof. So the number of Americans who want a big car is dying. It's actually a good time to be out there saying things like the things. John DeLorean insane. On the record. He denies. He's going to start a company right up until the day starts one GM Yanks, the bonus the minute he publicly confirmed the rumor. Well, yeah. Yeah. So that goes, so basically, he's got a lot of time on saying it's got a lot of money, and he's seen as a genius. Okay. And as a car genius. So. He he starts going out on his own. What he starts doing is he flirts with Canada Spain, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Detroit. Alabama governor George Wallace. Infamous supposedly calls him more than once in the middle of the night to beg him to come build cars there. But it's all hype. He has no plans. Right. Right. Okay. So that's a very comparable. A lot of people think Eli is you know, already. Get to a lot of that. Okay. In one thousand nine hundred eighty signs a preliminary moment with the United States Department of commerce and the government of Puerto Rico to build a factory on a former air force base. There. Rico is still basking in good news when he announces in seventy eight he's gotten a better offer from the British government. And he'll now build his factory in Northern Ireland on seventy two acres of muddy cow pasture. It sounds just outside Belfast. The site is actually a no-man's-land separating two housing estates populated mostly one populated by Catholics and driven out of central Belfast by sectarian, violence and see more hill, which is largely Protestant. So it's not a great time to be there. His benefactor, basically, the British Secretary of state for Northern Ireland writes about basically, just writes them a check. And and of course, DeLorean with his cares. Mark carriers are characteristic modesty tells them associate quote, I'm starting to think the gods. Struck me here to be a part of the solution to the Christ. In Northern Ireland. He he didn't think very highly of himself vide-. Yes. He he certainly did things are happening all around him. Okay. So then he they figure out that the that's. There's a there's a tree in the middle of of the pasture where there were certain to build this thing and the Irish men workman. There are convinced. It's a fairy tree, and they won't touch it. And we'll of course. Yes. So to the train diet had mystical qualities according to legend, if a person cut down a ferry tree he would soon Lynn lose a limb in retaliation and so- bulldozers like just would avoid Ryan over it. And then one morning the workmen show up in the trees gone someone pulled it down overnight. And it says, quote, it's a bad side. It's a dark day. You have wrecked. Everything we're building this ferry. Tree will see to that. Okay. That is the end of chapter one of this story the foot it ends with a ferry trio, man. It's a bad side. The part two starts with a quote from Elon Musk car biz is hell, okay. So then we go through I'm not going to spend as much time on the rest of this a promise. But it it ends up. There's a lot of things are happening here. They finally the people show up when workers show up there. They think that they've basically what DeLorean has done is. He is found two elements of other cars, and stolen them. Like, this is like big baller brand shit. Like, the DeLorean car is not an original idea in any way. Okay. Also talks about how it's going to revolutionize cars. And how it's a forget what the term that he uses here. But basically that it's going to have better fuel mileage that's going to be the most responsible car. You can have it's gonna be the safest car. None of those things are true. It's going to be affordable. It turns out to be turned into a luxury because they can't actually run. This it talks John DeLorean goes through how he's got amazingly. Of course, there's Donald Trump connection because it's the eighties. Delorean moves his company to Detroit they settle in twenty personally he moves into a twenty room Fifth Avenue. Duplex. The absurd. New York observer calls it the most pedigree building on the snobby street in the country's most real estate obsessed city past and present tenants include Charles Schwab, ever heard of him. I've heard of him Elizabeth Arden and Rupert Murdoch. Some of the most powerful people in the world. So he his portfolio. I'm sorry. We're we're getting there his portfolio in one thousand nine hundred one gets bigger when he buys. He pays three point five million dollars for a farm a four hundred thirty acre spread in the rolling hills of bed. Miss bed minister, New Jersey, which would later become. Trump golf course. I got it's actually where Jared Kushner Maradi Vonk Trump that is so weird done rings here. Just was owned by John DeLorean one yet. So things are things are really happening here, and he's living this older say he's living dairy lavishing lavishly. But eventually the people who are paying the Bill Margaret Thatcher's conservative government in the UK catch on to this. And they start things. Don't look good for him. He. The the NF selling a few cars, not too many. But if you they finally get him out in one thousand nine hundred things are looking bad nineteen Eighty-one, they get out. They actually sell a few. It is essentially a a Lotus car that he stole in a stainless steel stainless steel shell and he stole the doors from another car that he saw once it is neither as groundbreaking Lee safe or as pacesetting Lee fuel-efficient as he promised it would be it's underpowered in handles poorly. It's kind of a hunk of junk at an auto show in Cleveland. A visitor is trapped inside Laurean for over an hour when the goal wing doors won't open. Oh, that's what you want. There's a design flaw in the electrical system that cripples battery life as the laureates pal. Johnny Carson discovers when his new DMC twelve breaks down shortly after he drives it off the lot. Oh, that's that's also not what you want. And because the time the cost of the company to build it. They have to price it like a luxury car retail balloon to twenty five K, which nineteen Eighty-one gets you most of the way to a decent Porsche. Okay. So hoping they don't clo- making it affordable. Yeah. Day or I'm none of these six they sell, but then also fast enough. And then here's the part that that we were the the narrative shifts. The course don't matter. Okay. They start out as an idea so DeLorean can raise money behind and then we'll become an asset. He can trade is the walls close in. That's all they ever are. No matter what present day cargo Colt might tell you. It's just an asset. It's just standard parts in a beautiful show. He's the the man who puts his name on the cars is the future and DeLorean figures this out he understands that in business in America is whatever you can get away with and he builds himself, a gilded life and friends bigger. And then he finds bigger and bigger suckers to pick up the tab. So he realizes that. He's clearly he has a junk product, but he has a name. He thought of as a genius. It's now he starts getting himself into trouble. He starts going on asking for shareholders, and the it's confusing. But eventually he's doing dishonest things people out him. And and the government starts to come down because the government's been paying for this ship. Eventually he thinks he's he's gotten out of it. And he ends up getting caught up in a cocaine trafficking ring, where it's one of these deals where you're into far, and you can't get out. Well, yeah. And so he tells some guy that he can turn if he's got four million dollars. Hopefully, some guy could turn into forty. He never says cocaine, but the feds pick him up as okay long. You say two million to invest and he asked if Hoffman could help turn that money into forty or fifty million and DeLorean did not balk when Hoffman told him. He knew many ways that would quote would not be blessed by Baptists or the pope to make that happen. I like that. I like that. So now part three knee-deep and monkeys. He never refers to cocaine as cocaine just I do it as monkeys because apparently the guy he was dealing with us to transfer animals via private plane. Okay. So he gets knee-deep and monkeys. He'd probably call a monkey's over the phone to avoid being traced. That's that's exactly what he twenty. That's funny. It also goes back to the world that he grew up in at Ford where like Ford head hold vision when he was a child and his dad worked at Ford where Ford had people that would come not ransacked your your door and make sure that you weren't spending money on gambling and shit. For was Ryan a very bizarre peration back in the day. And so it gives you lines it points a pictures to wide DeLorean would wanna fucking kill these guys. Because they just killed him when he was child, and then GM the other big big dog pushed him out and. In. Anyway, he gets into this drug because he's trying to bail out himself. He it gets very complicated. But they're interesting about how he supposed to put one point eight million dollars towards the price of cocaine, but he doesn't do it. He gets like a Bank loan to do it. So he never actually puts up the money. Eventually he gets tried and he somehow gets off on all of the charges. But it's just a really amazing amazing story. I'll let you read it. So you get the feel for how this happens. He wrote an auto by there's autobiographies and then says so back to the back to the future thing. I'm sorry. This thing has gone in every direction. This is a real fucking rampage issue here in one thousand nine hundred dollars back to the future. The first film of the eventual trilogy a wild scientists modifies the DeLorean so can travel through time three years after the company's collapse in two years after delorean's drug trial. The mere mention of DeLorean is a laugh line, but the movies tremendous success soon over rights the cars infamy. The DeLorean comes to signify the eighties in the way, the pink Cadillac represents the theme restaurants of this. Fifties. Delorean himself is increasingly misremembered as visionary whose ideas the world wasn't ready for would crown in a three piece suit. He was just kind of a dick it when the movie comes out. He writes, a thank you letter to the screenwriters. Well, yes, the rest of his life in and out of court. Eventually his bed minister state is purchased by Connecticut-based golf course developing partnership in within two years, it sells Donald Trump and in two thousand two. The future president of the United States digs into what was once. John delorean's lawn with a gold painted shovel. It's just the back delory never stops. Never stops talking about Billy another car. He sits down what you cue in two thousand says he's building two new cars, and that it will incorporate aerospace technology and do zero to sixty in the three point two to three point five second range. It all sounds eerily. Similar to the promises. He wants me. His tone is breezy, reassuring mid western and like pilots. So this guy he's just figured it out. He's a player. This is funny. Here's a good quote mica when on August sixteenth nineteen Eighty-four after less than thirty hours of deliberation. The jury found DeLorean not guilty on the cocaine charges and Dory and shouted out praise. The Lord in court. Guy, which is just funny. And then this sort of puts the whole thing he was born in in this is this is your through line that your eventual film will right? I will write this screenplay. I'm prepared to Mike is in university in America that built things and lives long enough to see it become a country that invents terrific brands. He was the head of the curve all along for what it's worth which ends up being nothing, right? He doesn't live long enough to see. To see Ivana Ivanka and Jared Mary on his front lawn in his farm and fortunate in which is unfortunate. The whole thing is really amazing and. I even in death all read the last two paragraphs I approached the casket one attendee wrote, and it hit me that this whole operation was art directed by the man himself. He was there. Just a foot from me laid out dead in a black motorcycle jacket, blue jeans and a denim shirt. A pair of large thick rimmed ova sunglasses tucked into his jacket zipper necessary, even in death. He styled for a stylish getaway outside in the snow. Delorean owners have been lined up in their m d empty DMC. Twelve in front of the funeral home in pictures, the cars of the sun, the same gunmetal colors, the sky, that's wild. So this is a good one and one more time. The demon was this thing called it's so long. It takes me ten seconds, scroll up and find a demon underneath the demon underneath John Delury, Laurie in the new future. Some you rate. It you think about he on mosque and his line. His just blatant lies that that Ilan must tell all the time. And you you see lots of what's of similarities similiarities because they're the Laurie and also missed like a ton of deadlines and kept saying things we're going to be delivered. Never did see. Kinda just like I'm going to do whatever I want. Fuck all of y'all in the end, he ends up broken in legal problems. And and you know, that's the port yet that this is this is what you have to. Remember when conman take when you believe in conman, eventually they're gonna it doesn't fall apart. Conman never it never works out. Well, for the con-, I hope I don't I don't know enough about like, frankly, I just don't know enough about him to make a judgment on him one way or the other, but I hope for his in for our sake because he seems like a brilliant guy. Did he is more than this because the Laurie and at the end of the day ended up being nothing more than what you just said. He was essentially a con man, this is he never really accomplished anything in the way of. Contributing to society, he got into cocaine smuggling and made a piece of shit car that just happened to make it into one of the best movies ever made. And that was it kind of got lucky. It's a great story read it and just wait for the movie because whenever the movie comes out. We'll we'll go see it. I we absolutely will. It's gonna make a great movie. Thank you, Mike. Another great Micheals read of the day demon underneath what's the site. It's on you'll find it underneath I got reopen closed button ninety outline the outline dot com demon underneath John DeLorean and the invention of the future by Alex Papa demsey's former writer of the now nonexistent grantland or I p. Announcements in conclusion to close out the show. First of all I want to give a special. Thank you to what I guess is like my support group my squad the people that hold me down, first and foremost, my wife Taylor is an absolute angel. I think it goes without saying that we had a couple few rough months here to end out twenty eighteen in these parts of town and really just just the past couple of weeks for me got really rough in terms of anxiety and depression, and I've told John like weaning off Prozac, and it's been an absolute fucking nightmare. A unlike six months in a weaning off this drug, and it's just killing me, mentally, I cannot express enough. How much I would suggest you try any other antidepressant before you, try Prozac holy hill. Anyway, I've been struggling pretty hard and Tae has been my rock through all that. And my mom and dad both of whom I've said. It before I'll say it a million times, I would be dead long ago without them. My brother, my grandma mica, Madison Wickham, the owner of grand X who has always been extremely respectful of my mental illness in my in giving me time off when I've needed and has always been understanding about my anxiety and panic attacks shit, and all my best friends have been there for me, y'all know who you are. And then lastly to you guys listeners the RV p gang. Thank you seriously to to all of you. I oftentimes on the like tweet something out. I'm like, I'm having a fucking panic attack. I'm having a terrible there. I'm just getting my ass kicked right now. And I always have it least a handful y'all just me like dude, keep your head up. You're killing it. We love the show. You know, you're you're doing so much good right now. Don't let yourself get weighed down by stupid bad things. And that can typically be my problem. Like, I let the bad should affect me way more than the good shit, and without my without the group of people that I have around me close to me on a daily basis. I wouldn't be here doing this show. I'd be a fucking. Mess. Sometimes I'm a mess anyway. And I know it doesn't show like you have to understand something. I can't come in here in do the show just with whatever attitude or issues I had on my back before I walked into the studio. Like that would be awful. Like if I have a terrible day. I can't come in here and just bitch into the microphone and make you all unhappy. Right. So I have to try to put on a happy face and put on a good show. And I want to entertain you on. I do want to have serious conversations as well. But sometimes that can be very difficult and without the group of people I just named. I absolutely could not do it. So I just wanted to say a quick thank you starting out twenty nineteen to those to everybody that I just named especially today because it it again, none of this gets done without y'all. And in you, the listeners, obviously, y'all y'all mean the world to me. So now, I will inform you of your legal obligations that you have been unwillingly saddled with as a result of listening to this show. If this is your first time here, you might be like, wait what? Yeah. Motherfucker you gotta do. Two things one. I rate in review on apple podcasts. You should already be subscribed. That goes without saying, but I need you to give us a five star rating. Take a few seconds to write a two three cents review about why you love the show and you'll be done. Why do you have to do it on apple podcast? Maybe you listen on Spotify. Maybe listening on soundcloud or Stitcher, one of the other places where salable. Apple podcast, charts or the way, we get the most exposure for new listenership, right? And that's the whole idea behind the show is obviously we want to maintain our listener base. But we also want to grow it. We wanna find new people who think would enjoy the show and be bettered by it and be entertained by it so giving you review on specifically on apple podcasts and giving you rating there is one of your to legal obligations. Please go do so right now. Like, right. The fuck now don't me. Call the lawyers your second legal obligation is to tell one friend or a family member a coworker. A neighbor anyone human being that you think you're suspicious that this person might actually enjoy our VP, and you send him an Email. Text message or talk to them in person just say, oh, I found this new show. It's like a year old now only the Ross bowl in podcast. They've got one hundred twenty six episodes available. I would recommend the easiest way right now to fulfill your legal obligation. You may have noticed that mica is sneaky dropped the best of two thousand eight. Eighteen podcast episode yesterday. You may have noticed if you haven't noticed you should you should get on your your fucking shit together because it's been out for like twenty four hours that or P's best of two thousand eighteen is the title of the episode is one of the best episodes that you could possibly point people toward who've never listened to this show before send them that up. That's how you fulfill your legal obligation this week Sindh the episode titled Rb P's best of two thousand eighteen to as many people as you possibly can. And I'll count that towards legal obligation for as many for every person. You sit is a week off for you. All right. How about that deal? Don't those who are to legal obligations rate in review and subscribe on apple podcast specifically and then spread the good word to one person do some gang recruiting hit rowdy, gentlemen dot com slash gang. We have our own dedicated URL now, which is nice where the gang cube shirt has been restocked. It is available in all sizes as I'm reading this. That will not. Be the case for much longer. I think we only got a couple of hundred when this one's gone. I don't know when we'll be stuck again. It'll probably be at least a few weeks, maybe months, it's it's very difficult to say, so rowdy, gentlemen dot com slash gang. You'll see the game cube shirt. If you dig it grab your size throw it in your cart. Go to the new section throw some other stuff in your cart. Use the code Rb p one five you'll get fifteen percent off your entire order, and you are directly contributing to the existence and continuance of this show. You can follow the Ross in podcast on Instagram at the Ross Bohlin podcast. We are on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod. And on Facebook at nobody cares suck ones. Ducker Berg, you could follow me Ross bowl in on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat on all three at the same name at W R B O L E N at W R Boland. My full name is William Ross Bohlin. If you're like, what's the W4.? It's not for winter or whacking it. It's for William and you can follow me on twitch where I stream fortnight like almost daily now. Just because when I feel when I'm playing I'm like, well, I might as well stream so I- stream a lot twitch dot com slash boss role in his where you can watch me play fortnight. Most of the time I will be playing with Jared on our grand X media count, twitch dot com slash grand. Knicks media's are Greenwich media account through which we do of our grand X gaming streams. I know this is very confusing. So these simple call to action is twitch dot com slash boss rolling, Mike. We're gonna good members of the RV gang hear more from you see more from you in contact you. You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram at Mike winer M I C H W I E N E R where you can see my last photo on Instagram of me and boo boo. The buggies bandit at my favorite place on earth. Mcsorley olde ale house in New York City, if you know, you know, to quote, push t hey, so let me on Snapchat. Mike T X, and you can follow my picks account at power plant picks on Instagram where I have gone through today and followed back every person that follow. Owes me. I am you did. I did it. Now, you're officially team fallback. That's right. Did you see the one of the hundred fifty slides on the Ross bowl podcast story on Instagram right now that I tagged you in that was the buggies? The I did. Terrifying creature. It's trash anyway. Follow Mike O and all those places. Thank y'all. Hope you enjoyed our BP one twenty six we will catch you next week with episode one hundred and twenty seven and remember next third. We'll episodes Monday and Tuesday in the next Thursday Taylor bolan, we'll be back to entertain you. And we're going to have an incredible conversation that I know you guys are gonna love we've already started working on some of the topics so Rb P one twenty-seven coming next week gang gang gang peace be with you. And also, did you? Sure.

Mike h Gunnar Gunnar Gundy Texas Twitter Japan Ross Bohlin Jay Lisa James harden New York Times NBA Oklahoma Taylor Bowlin Andy Williams Nathan Newman Dallas BP
Best of 2019 (featuring Scarface, Mia Khalifa, Daryl Morey, Shep Rose & more)

The Ross Bolen Podcast

3:06:15 hr | 1 year ago

Best of 2019 (featuring Scarface, Mia Khalifa, Daryl Morey, Shep Rose & more)

"Irascible than take you back uh-huh Checking welcome back for a very special best of the year presentation presentation of the Ross Bowl. In podcast today will be reliving. Some of our favorite segments from two thousand Nineteen Year of our Lord also known as the Year of the so of course stance dot com slash. Ross sharing. What makes this show the Rose Bowl in podcast in this community the RVP gang so special in the process? Perhaps this is your first time here with us at our VP. Welcome friend if that is the case. this is the voice of Ross Bowl. And I'm Ross Bohlin and today I'm here with one one of our three current co host. We one of us here. Today is Mr Anthony Johnson. Aj say what's up. Hey Shan introduce myself to all the new listener introduce yourself sir. All right had someone who's Aj like raw said. I'm one of the Co host on this show. You start off as an intern. He did work my way through the ranks and now I'm here. Permanent status started off but Texas State University as an intern. Yeah graduated from school. Now that Ross and I both went to the same school we did eat them up. Cats yeah both went to Texas state. I graduated ended in December of two thousand and ten thirty two year old man and I may thirty one year old man. If you didn't know that yes age ain't I a child. Similar ages this similarly childish Mia Nature Him in physical appearance while I'm also immature so very different phases of life with very different life life experiences as well and that's part of what makes show so great as we try to bring in people that have all types of different perspectives and point of views especially with our guests a lot of which whom rather you'll hear from Today anyway if you are new here this is a safe place where we talk about all kinds of thank sports animals. We love animals we have recurring segment called animal. The week you're going to learn more about today music. Pirates Society Science in general serial killers mental health. We get into addiction history and so much more and with that in mind here is your first segment segment your first taste of some of the best rb to offer in two thousand nineteen for today. Enjoy getting murdered in the shower. Very dark episode. Yeah it is kind of a dark episode. I didn't really realize when I was putting the run down to get a lot of death and killing but this is on you. Aj Jay Special. Yeah this particular segment. It is is an intern. Aj special you want to kind of break it down for his. What your what your thoughts were here? Yeah so basically. Basically I spent a considerable amount of time. Thinking of just hypothetical far fetched situations to where my life would be endangered or will your life winning. Yeah Yes yes is human nature of course. So here's one of those situations at home alone okay. I'm taking a shower okay. Someone breaks into my apartment. Your renewed correct yes. I don't take I don't take showers on. My clothes could have been a never nude like to buy a few gay. He wears gene cutoff shorts in the shower. And if you don't understand what I'm talking talking about is the weirdest thing I've ever heard. That's okay. He's he's never nude there. Dozens of them continue. So I'm at home alone. Taking a shower someone breaks into my apartment the bus into my bathroom while I'm in said shower exposed and brutally murdered me. Okay did you see psycho too many times as a child. Maybe 'cause in that movie as we all know a woman is murdered in the shower with a knife but it's a terrifying situation and it's one of my all time worst fears. There's do you ever do you ever think about this. Yes I think this is a common issue. Now here's the here's the version of it that I think most people identify with when you're in the shower our. Yeah you're home alone and you gotTa Close Your Eyes so that you can wash your hair and not get soap and shampoo and conditioner and shit in your eyeballs right Burns orange. You're not supposed to. It's when you close your eyes and you think anybody could be sneaking up on me right now. Anybody could be in this room. Anybody could be watching. That's obviously insane. You're closing your eyes. For a matter of seconds in most cases nobody is going to sneak up on you. You're going to be fine but there's something about that element. It's the same thing as being scared of the dark. When you don't know what's there your imagination can run wild and for whatever reason the solitude of the shower is like the perfect place to build that horror within in your own mind? Yeah because I mean when are you more vulnerable. You're not I mean like when are you more vulnerable to an attack than when your butt ass naked. Mid Shower is closed soap on your face. Shampoo in your hair is literally a dream scenario for any serial killer. Yes they dream of a situation where like this is just easy pickings right here fucked up what you know what. This is the best day of my life. I've joked before or not even joked I've talked before about how I I seriously I do. Like I'll set out my clothing the night before for the next day. That's right that's what you did for today like. Is this outfit know today today. I didn't do that but normally I do today. I was tired damage but the point is normally I do and I do that because I believe it's important to look your best as often as I say to be efficient. No that's sort of part of it but it's more about making sure you're taking the time to take care of your appearance. Okay and the reason. I think that that's part of the reason that I think that's important is very very silly. But it's because imagine today this isn't really a very good example but like because I love this shirt and shoes her dope but I'm wearing sweat pants right. Yeah I'm wearing a tee shirt as you normally do. I haven't showered yet If I get hit by a truck and this is how they find me. It's isn't it my best. I probably don't smell my best. Look my best dressed kind kind of homeless. It's not what you want. I don't WanNa be found nude in the shower dead. That's not the way I want my body to be just just a button. Naked Wet blob in the shower. That's not how I want to be found so it's like it's something that's so silly because obviously when you would lead with like veggietales plane yes I do anything or no dude. I'm telling you this is a really funny fear of mine. And it's it's like I loved it. Every human has their own own phobias and fears around death and like how it could come whether it's in the shower and the car. Whatever the fucking different reasons are? It's the number one thing that everybody is so afraid of death and it just fucking cracks me up because once you're dead obviously. It doesn't matter what you look like. You don't care or anymore because you're dead. It's not as if you're hovering around above your body looking down like a God damn it. I wish my Dick looked a little bit better right now. Because they're about to find my naked body in the shower and it's really not representing the way it should be doesn't matter but it's so funny that I actually do believe like sometimes I'll be picking out a t sure I'm picking between one. That's like a joke. Like I have a Travis Matthew. Sure that these sitting Calloway Chad sit to me. Callaway Golf owns Travis. Matthew now great golf brand by the way if you feel like shopping for some golf close He sent me a shirt. It's a picture of a dude playing golf on the front right and it says don't tell my wife and he's got like sunglasses sunglasses on with his hat. Pulled down in the joke is that this man has snuck off to the golf course. Unlikely lied to his wife about where he is so he can play golf. Common Golf joke now. Sometimes sometimes when I'm going through my closet and picking out a t-shirt I'll come by that one and I love the shirt but I won't put it on just because I'm like what if today's the day I get got in. That's the joke on my chest because it's not is. I'm not enough of golf guy for that to be the message. I want to be putting off to the. EMT's that could think they're going to. Oh my God. This guy's a piece of shit we don't really need to hit the shot cart. He'll be fine. Plus he's an organ donor. We're GONNA harvest these bad boys anyway. Dude we're just going to derail here because why or not my mother-in-law I guess step mother-in-law and mother-in-law maybe several people brought this up to me recently. Are you an organ donor. No okay okay. I am because I thought that was the right thing. I don't need these fucking again. I don't need the organs so I certainly don't give a shit with closer on 'cause they're gonNA cut him off anyway to get to the Oregon question do you. Do you think your organs are act. Yeah no value some of them have surely some. I'd be doing more harm than good. Hey Jay surely. I've got a gallbladder. You're in there somewhere that they can use for something. I'm not saying the Lizard delivered still exist. I would have to think my liver is probably spot free at this point. I think once you can regenerate regenerates your liver's regenerative back in prime shave my liver's probably bad ass. Because I haven't had a sip of alcohol in a year and a half with your lungs are a different story. Aj my lungs probably not going to be the thing you WanNa get stuck with. If if you're looking for a donor I wouldn't recommend mine but then again I I don't know maybe minus fantastic. It's it's hard for me to say what. What do you think is your best Oregon? If you had to pick like what Oregon do you think would be your most your most valuable cherished Oregon. I wonder how many people are waiting for me to say subpoenas. I bet it's a lot like who who thought I was GonNa take it that direction. That's why I was getting many many many of you did didn't you didn't you. Anyway where was was I going with that. Aj Man you went on a tangent. Just oh back to the organ donor. Tell You I'm an organ donor organ multiple people as of late have given me this I guess I think it's a bit of a wives tale but the Brumer or the theory is that as an organ donor. If I'm in a car wreck let's say go flying out the windshield. Yeah I'm laying in the road and they're like the EMT's come rushing up to try to save my life and pull out my wallet and they see that. I'm an organ donor. Are they going to be less worried. About saving my life in more worried about preserving my potential Oregon's than they would have been otherwise and now. Here's where it gets scary. I think it's silly up to that point. That's a bit conspiracy s a little. It's a little extreme come on. Let's be real. What are the odds of that? Being the case Holy Shit that would be sick. It'd it'd be such a big deal but riddle me. This folks. We recently saw a scandal in the news where wealthy rich people were taking advantage vantage of the collegiate system in the United States by paying exorbitant. Amount of money amounts of money to get to the front line to skip out all the poor people to get into schools like USC and Shit. You hear about stuff like this with wealthy white people all the time. They're constantly trying to game the system by their way through things work around all the poor people so that they can be up top and live a better happier in your life or whatever. You're telling me the you don't find it at least remotely possible did a multi-billionaire old white guy. I like You know Dick Cheney Cheney gets a heart transplant at the end of the vice the movie. Yeah and you're like Oh my God it's just a crazy easy scene but because the guy that the heart comes from is the guy that's been narrating the entire film anyway. I lost my train of thought again. Help nope you're talking about Dick. Cheney oh yeah no kidding. Getting a heart transplant. Oh so here's my problem now. I'm scared that it is a realistic possibility. Ability that some multi-billionaire white dude somewhere. I'm just assuming he's going to be an evil white guy. I'm just I'm just ripping my own race to shreds today. Could need a transplant of some kind. Perhaps a heart or liver along. I don't give a fuck. Some gallbladder in he pays his way through the proper oppor channels to ensure that the next more on that gets into a car. Crash is taking care of appropriately so that he can get what he needs. You tell me there's not at least a tiny hiney party. You the believes that can happen because there is for me. I'm scared enough of all evil powerful white dudes to know the maybe and listen. I'm mostly kidding. It's this is just a hilarious. Yeah we're just on the topic of hypothetic. This is hilarious hypothetical that has been presented to me multiple triple times over the past couple of months there are genuinely people out. There who believe in will not become organ donors. Because they're scared their organs are going to be harvested. I'm not joking. That's that's a real thing that people were scared of. Obviously I'm not one of them. I still have the organ donor thing on my fucking one can have one of these lungs or whatever. I'm when I'm gone on. I don't necessarily need them. I imagine that there is a these rich white guys. Have some guy that works for them and their scouting for people have like like if they need deliver dude words. This is some shit that would happen in house of cards like frank would pay a guy to pay a guy to make sure that this. EMT goes out and finds him along or something like that's a thing that could happen boss found this guy's name is Roz Boland. And here's his vitals and they have like all the paperwork of all your lab every every time Um you went to a doctor is like hades. He has this this and this like his liver is prime for the taking should we. Should we execute. Should we go in. You know the segments supposed to be about getting murdered in the shower. I get back to that. Yeah I guess we definitely should. And so we're supposed okay. So let's go back to the shower. Okay delays take together. Yeah we're naked in the shower. Okay we're back in the shower mentally in this minds. Base closure is as you listen to the podcast picture yourself nude yes in the shower. Our heroes too with you. Yeah so bag in the shower related. So I'm broke into your apartment. They broken to your shower. Yeah you're literally on the verge of being murdered. The psycho noise question I pose is hurry supposed to defend yourself. We are not son. You gotta go swim Lou. Now what are you going to go. Billy Madison Shampoo conditioner battle and you start swinging like that's really the only you've got on you. Though Aloof is not going to do any damage to soft let you could try to fight but the floor is slippery. Aj you know what. I'm doing I'm this is for real. This is my real answering. I take my toothbrush with me in the shower get quip dot com slash RB P. That's I think that's the most durable weapon I'm going to have on me in there. I'm going straight for an eyeball taking an eyeball with my toothbrush. If you're going to take me out Well I'm naked in the shower. You're losing a fucking die from equip knows the rules so that's my tool but you're right you're defenseless. There's nothing good in there unless you gotTa Qunol. Here's an option and hear me out here. All right I always do just start cranking okay. And that's coming from a guy that's anti crank okay and the reason why I say. This is a bold strategy cod. And let's see how it pays off for you. Well the reason why I say this is because WHO's GonNa fuck with a guy who's fiercely flee masturbating right in front of you. Yeah if because in essence you have a loaded gun right now. Loaded gun is filled the bullets that no man wants to be hit with. Oh some men do or may or maybe you do not know judging teach their own some men do actually. It's very valid defense. I like this I would call it like the wolf of Wall Street defense or something. The part of the Jonah Hill comes out cranking and ruins that whole pool party approved to us that nobody else wants to see a man cranking for no reason. That's uncomfortable so let's say you start cranking and then the killer Taylor gets freaked out and he flees right all right and let's say that you manage to get away. You know you escape. So you're finished. You just bail. No Okay No. That's that's that's the important part here. Don't finish okay so you're safe now and you were non-public you dart of your apartment as expected you know you're freaked out terrified in your life in danger so now you're in public in your birthday suit. I don't know why you wouldn't grab a towel but fine. Okay well you know you're just in the moment you're about to die so so you just you just outside killer. Still the towels. Maybe you had to jump through. Maybe you want to be a Dick. And he's just like Oh mama take these towels with me. He said you're going to crank Sir that I'm going to take towels at. The very least bounced can be ruining these towels right right so now around public your naked. You're dripping wet and you just look like a sexual Predator now you do. Yeah you're probably going to be You probably going to be arrested so to innocent bystanders. Now you have to uncomfortably. Explain yourself and if the the killer is nowhere in sight so who's to say that anyone's GonNa believe you that that they might just think you're just a sexual deviant just coming up with an alibi to to to cover your your inappropriate behavior and then if you have to tell. The police like in the interview room like listen. The guy ran in busted up in. My House broke into my bathroom so I had no choice but to start cranking. Yeah yeah he's about to kill me in the shower and the strategy I went with one. I heard them talking about on the Ross. Bohlin podcast fully torched right now in turn. Aj suggested that perhaps crank while. I'm being attacked so I did. It worked but then I sprinted out into the street without grabbing clothes and here we are and then you can fulfil your legal obligation for the week by telling the officers that are interviewing you about the Rose Bowl in podcast where they can listen to it and so another dilemma is. If same scenario. You're naked run outside. I live in a college apartment. Urban Complex Right So that means at any given time I could just randomly run into an attractive girl. I mean that's their college apartment complex. It's not you know it happens everywhere. coeds tend to be a that so anyway the psalm. So I'm outside the last thing I'll want for one of these hot girls to see this guy outside naked dripping wet hysterically crying because you're almost murdered the flaccid piece. I think your problem here is the sprinting into public after almost being killed. That's clearly not the move. If you're not going to clothe yourself or grab a towel on the way out out you're going to be in the right mindset that just to grab something to cover yourself when you're when you're on the verge of death. I think you have to be because if you don't you you might as well just stay and let yourself be killed. 'cause you're just going to be dealing with a world of hurt the rest of the day's just going to be a mess and you really want to deal with all that explaining the nudity in all this on and also on the news. I don't even think about that. I'm for real. It's funny that will put the little blur over. Hopefully a big blurb but you you know but most likely a a tiny blur blur yeah It's just funny that so many people have this phobia shower of being killed. And I swear to God the basis is psycho the movie psycho. I I feel like that's where it all the shower anxiety. Or maybe the shower anxiety spurred the idea for the kill scene in psycho That's much more likely. I assume it's just it's just. Why are we so afraid of everything human beings like? I can't even be in my own shower with eyes closed scrubbing my head. Because I'm afraid eight I'M GONNA get murdered Daham see you. You probably feel safer than I would because you have a wife and you also have dogs no thing man like example perfect. I'm glad you brought that up. Sometimes I'm in the shower and I'll hear my dogs barking home like here it is. I've always been waiting to be murdered in the shower so they could find me flaccid hitting out today's the day because obviously your dogs are not going to be able to protect you now. No they can warn me. Protect me. No not they're not guard dog odd unless we were attacked by squirrels. or so. We're all monkeys okay. Then my dogs could could maybe help out a little bit. But if it's if we're dealing with human beings particularly want to intend to do me harm. It's very unlikely that my cat sized dogs are going to do a whole lot. How to damage my Nina invest in another dog but they know no more dogs specifically for guard? No more dogs Taylor. No more dogs were done. No more dogs. We have to quit. Good we're we might as well have ten dogs with the fucking amount of energy these two psycho dogs half so my main takeaway here is just make sure you lock your door for make sure your windows are closed. Make sure your blinds or close anytime. We're taking a shower. Okay have you. Have you have a strap. makes she keep that thing on you and don't drop the soap also. Stay sexy and don't get murdered. Shout out to the my favorite murder girls wanted was one of the first shows as I ever listened to him. It was actually really good. I love that podcast And it's funny 'cause like Oh see see sits on the charts next to them now and I'm like incredibly proud of the dream come. True really really is look at us. We're fucking doing it anyway. That was Getting murdered in the shower now. That was silly as hell. We have fun here. Yeah we have we have a Lotta Fun Fun Fun. Some people say too much fun. Aj Likes Fun. I'll love on all aspects of fun. We also get serious. We do important to laugh but it's also important to learn earn in life can be tough man those a lot of different shit you. It can be really difficult to navigate and as a guy with an addictive personality who has battled substance abuse. I had a lot of legal issues in my younger years as a result. Many of which you've heard about on this show if you've listened with us all the two years we've existed for the two hundred fifty two who episodes we've done so far. I'm two years in two months dry as a guy who experiences anxiety who's dealt with panic attacks for a decade plus dabbled in depression. I know how lonely it can feel to battle some of life's stuff even if you're not alone even if you have a fantastic family and support system and thousands of listeners. There for you like I do. It can still feel lonely with that in mind. We routinely get serious. We talk mental health. We talk about life and delve into some of the darker weird corners that people who are afraid to address. I share a lot of very personal shit about myself because I believe it is just as if not more important than the laughter by the way for all our new listeners. Ross's Mugshot in the little the icon or logo logo. Yeah Yeah Q.. Speak on that role. I that's That's a mugshot. From one of the many times that I was arrested in taking gel it was it was. It was a night of paint party back in college. I've told the full story. They don't have the full story. I don't know what episode of background our new listeners. But yeah that that mugshot ended up being my twitter Avatar at W. or bowling on twitter In from there it became the logo of the show and it just the way I put it as we turned a mugshot into a movement it It's just become the representation for me in part that no matter how. How bad your past or the mistakes you make in life you can persevere and overcome and do cool shit so That that's the idea behind. Bind the Mugshot and and certainly AJ shared some. You know more serious aspects of his life on the show as well as has Mike Moody One of our other coast as has jerked boar slow as did Michael with us back in in the day we all get pretty deep and no and that's part of the deal that's part of the give and take it or bp it is a very legitimately. We have an incredible discord server. That I'll afire out the link on twitter too if you want to that again. Excuse me is a place where people share personal stories in problems from their lives. CBS and try to get together to help each other. Make this walk a little bit easier because like I said it can get really tough and for that reason we have a Lotta laughs but we mix in and You know I don't know if there's ever been me I've definitely teared up on the show. I don't know if there's been crying but I think we'll touch on that a little bit later but we do mix in serious stuff. It's all balance. Oh Yeah so here is a serious ass segment for you advice. ice-free Zaidi so. I got an email from a listener. Who is going to remain anonymous? who had some good questions that I wanted to touch on super quickly He or she said Hey Ross. I was hoping you'd have some advice about some anxiety related ship for me. I'm not sure if Taylor has any experience with anxiety or mental health struggles but I was wondering what role she plays. When you're having a panic attack Taqwa Batting Zaidi Day? I've been having pretty bad anxiety the last few months which is new for me and my boyfriend has never experienced it himself when I'm having an anxiety attack. He's usually usually the person I go to. But it's hard because he doesn't know what it feels like. It never really knows what to say and because this is a fairly new thing for me I don't even know what I could want him to say. You know if if you or Taylor has any insight into what can help us out that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks man so first of all this is not the first time I've touched on this topic. It will not the last time either and if you already know some answers that's cool. Skip through I understand. I believe Taylor actually spoke to this some. In the first episode she ever appeared on which I think was rb P.. One one hundred in fact I know it was. It might have been rb one twenty nine. When she came back that she touched on it But I can almost guarantee that you'll speak to more in the future as well so from my perspective Because it is something that I've dealt with not just with Taylor but in prior relationships dating back through college as well I'll give you what I can give you. Okay first of all it makes total and complete sense that your boyfriend doesn't know what to do or understand an that it. Maybe it's a little awkward situation for Y'all because as I always we say I had absolutely no idea. The human mind was even able to experience anxiety or panic to the degree that I experienced it now until started happening I was sort of amazed like the day after my twenty first birthday when I had my first panic. Attack was the first time I'd ever experienced that level of mental anguish in my life and I compare for it to the first time that I did. LSD and how amazed I was by the affects. ACID has on the human brain. How I didn't realize drugs could make you see see things so differently the way that acid can? I didn't realize that anxiety could make you feel an act so differently the way that it does and I was in awe the first time I had a panic panic attack and really I was in it for the first few months of suffering pretty intensely from panic disorder like sort of locked up in my room trying to figure out what the fuck was going on with my life and my brain It's it's incredibly frustrating and until you experience it it's not something that any amount of explanation can can can solve for you much like if I sat here and I have sat here and tried to tell you all about the time I did acid and like you can imagine sort of but you can't really imagine what it was like unless you've done it before because it's such a different type of experience and as a result for people like you who suffer from anxiety and people like your boyfriend a friend who has no experience with. There's a gap you have to bridge right and I would say first and foremost the most important thing you can do is be as open and communicated with each other is possible and that's really the first answer to solving any problem in any relationship is communication is the most important thing if you don't tell each other what you're thinking what you're feeling. How could you possibly understand each other or help each other out you? Can't you gotta communicate but then also honesty like don't just communicate communicate honestly like you have to have all level of emotional honesty to connect with someone enough to say. Here's what I'm dealing with. Here's how it's making me feel here so I need help. And as far as figuring out what he could do to help you or what you could want for him to do to help you. Do I think that only comes with time and it differs relationship by relationship and people handle it in different ways like I had my first girlfriend that I had as a person that has panic in the anxiety Was this experience for me. Trying to figure out the balance trying to figure out how I even wanted her to act towards me or trying to figure out if she could even tell how I felt or like because most of the time when I was having a freak out as I call them She she couldn't tell she she had no fucking clue because my face wasn't changing nothing physically on the outside looked any different so for me. I'd be internally freaking out and wondering to myself like wise bitch not helping me or doing something and it's because she had no coup and it was a completely unfair thing for me to expect her to understand but I didn't know that at the time I didn't. Yeah no it my age and I was so scared of what I was going through and needing support that I was just like getting angry basically so I would say from Your Angle Angle. Be Patient with the person It takes time to wrap your head around something like this and in in the case of anxiety honestly league there is not much you can do for a person suffering from it other than to just be there for them and do kind of their time. When I feel like if I'm freaking out I just you want somebody near me but I do not WanNa talk about it? I don't WanNa talk about it or how I'm feeling or get into it like don't talk to me to try to call me down. It's just making things worse. There are other times when conversation conversation is the only thing that will make me feel better and I want to talk through it and talk to somebody else so I feel like I'm not alone. That could be as simple as like sometimes if I have a panic attack when I'm alone texting with somebody can be helpful. Just telling somebody that I feel how I feel. And that's a good starting point for you and him by the way if you have struggled so far and sort of connecting over this issue next time you're having a batting Zaidi Day or panicking. Just give them a little like tap and say like hey I just wanted to lead you know like I'm freaking out. I'm having terrible anxiety today. There's nothing you can really do about it. I just wanted you to be aware so that you can be there for me and that's all you really need. It's about sharing the burden with someone else. And then knowing that it's like for you as an anxious person your brain is going to run down the rabbit hole of like what if I pass out out or die right here. Whatever is most likely the most extreme version of all panic anxiety leads to like the fear of death? Or whatever. If you've got a person with you or it knows what you're going through it. I always felt comfort like well. At least this motherfucker will find my body or like at least this motherfucker will know that. I like texted him. Said I was freaking out to. The police will have like some sort of a story. And there's some piece to that I know it's insane but there is actually some peace in knowing like at least I'll be found or at least like an also for to keep in mind. You are not going to die. No one has ever died from a panic. Attack doesn't happen that way it's mental. It's it's mental. Of course there are physical effects but it's mental and Yeah I mean you just gotTa keep stay positive beyond and open with each other and and and be patient. Haitian both you've got to be patient. You gotta be patient with him and he has to be patient with you And if and I'll say longer term the more serious you get hit the more important it is for you and him to to consider whether or not this is a person that you could see working out with long-term because if now for some people who have things I especially younger people in college goes away eventually and then you never have it again ever and some people like me you have it for the rest of your life So it really is important for people like me that you you know what you're getting into and that the the people you surround yourself with either willing to be supportive and helpful and it's not a burden to them and that they're not incapable of hoping you that you're surrounded by strong enough people to do something to help. You is very very important so you have to keep that in mind. The more serious. y'All get like can I see an I mean you're are in college still. I'm assuming you don't have to think about this shit yet. don't get married straight out of college or in College Would be my advice if you're thinking about it and and I know there's people who can pull it off. I'm aware okay. If you're one of those people that pulled it off good for you. I applaud you and your happiness. And you're insane jumping off the fucking high dive immediately after arriving at the pool. That's cool but I wouldn't recommend that route for most people. Hey can I talk about my experience dealing with someone with anxiety. Yeah so I have a buddy. Obviously all these people are going to be anonymous. Bava buddy who broke up with this girl. Okay right. This is very much during my time in college. It was actually pretty recent. Yes I had a buddy who broke up with his girl. We were all friends. You know. It's all one big friend group like I know you have friends who day girls roles and since they date your buddy then. They're a part of the friend group too. Yeah Yeah so how's goes. Yeah so it was one of those situations. He broke up with her. The break- was pretty brutal. Oh you know she took it pretty hard okay. So one day when my buddy was gone and she just happened to be around. She felt the need to vent to me about the whole situation. Asian and what. She was feeling sure so we took her aside and we sat down. I just let her get out whatever she had to say and in the middle of just telling me her emotions she started having a panic attack and now is my. This is actually a very extreme case. Because I've never dealt with this before. That's tough. She was having a panic attack for both deal. Yeah and during the course of this panic attack for one her face turning red in which case when I first saw that I didn't know what was going on I thought maybe like I don't know she was having some sort of reaction to try. Wasn't like breathing the way she was supposed to be house the thing she started hyperventilating also yeah her face turning red and then she started start crying obviously crying hysterically and then she starts. She started like rubbing her eyes and she was like my eyes are burning. My eyes feel like they're on fire like me. My eyes are burning freaking out like I didn't know what to do. Do like do you want him to get you some water like fuck like you like towel. Or maybe she. He had recently eaten Jalapeno poppers had remnants on her fingers and was rubbing her eyes. I doubt that's just my theory. I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure. All of this is part of a panic attack. I don't think UH I is burn. I've never heard that one. I don't think they were but I was going to ask like whenever you're having a panic attack aren't you just freaking out and just like you just think all these things are happening to you there. I really aren't yeah. Breathe like you felt your chest on. Fire is burning. Like it's just things like that. I just never had the eyeballs one but I definitely believe that that was a ah that is a thing that certain people have or whatever. Yeah so my point is I didn't know what to do. I was freaking out. Because she was freaking out right so I felt like I kind of dropped the ball in that that situation just because I didn't handle at all I was going to ask an extreme case. Like what should you do do honestly i. In the moment I know in the moment those ones of the toughest health is because the person typically usually thinks they're dying in like want you to call an ambulance or a hospital or whatever which can be inexpensive decision to make for whatever party does that and it's a lot And obviously you don't WanNa get like fucking cops or medical people involved unless you need to see you kind of have to feel it out. It's tough because they think they're dying or their eyes are on fire. And you're like you look totally normal and nothing's happening what the fuck you Kinda just to help as much as you can try to be like a stable source of solid energy is away. I would put it like my mom is really fucking good at this. Like one hundred times where I've called my mom totally freaking Out in her tone doesn't change she doesn't she picks up the phone. You know lay Rossi with how you doing and when I tell her what's happening mama the fuck out Losing my mind I think might be dying. Her tone doesn't change from the original. Hey Rosie how you doing because nothing has actually changed It's all mental for me. And she knows that so she tries to remain calm and help me calm down. Sort of bring myself down from that freaking out hyperventilating. red-faced aced period. So I think that's important like staying. Calm Yeah just trying and trying to maintain remember you have to remember this. This person that you're with is not dealing with reality anymore. They're dealing with skewed version of it that their brain is presenting them with. So you have to remember that and not take everything that comes out of their mouth so literal like if they say I'm dying but then also it's like well fuck what they are and I don't call the ambulance you know. I wonder how often they're called and they show up and it's near like this girl just having a panic attack. I think it happens a lot more than you would realize you still. You still owe the money any. Yeah I'll click off. I'll close it off with short bit on a time. This happened to me. I was driving home to Houston from San Marcos. Texas as happened probably a hundred times. I had a panic attack and Eh pullover in town I think Pflueger Ville and I was at a gas station. I went inside sweating bullets and shaking. I felt like I was gonNA pass out and the lady eighty behind the counter was like you know honey. What can I do to help you? You look like you're dying. I was like I can't give me like a towel like a cold towel. Put My face. I think I'm GONNA pass out and she was like. Why don't you sit? Sit Down for a few minutes. NCI You feel and then we'll go from there. I sat down for a couple of minutes and I kind of like blacked out for twenty seconds and then came to and she was like we got a call an ambulance. I can't and have you die in the gas station insurance or whatever Plus she was like fuck you. You need help so the ambulance comes and they put me in the ambulance and they do all the shit to meet they were like wow your heart rate is really high and I was like Oh you because I think a book and Dying Dick But they were like we don't know so they drive me in the in the ambulance to the Hospital Hospital and long story short. It was just a panic attack. And they can't really do shit for you they put me on Aga- ekg machine and make sure my heart was okay and tested my breathing and stuff and the Audio Holy God ambulances are incredibly expensive. It was like a two thousand dollar bill for a mile and a half ride or something like that seriously. I was right off the fucking highway hospitals right there. It was crazy expensive. So if you're poor avoid ambulances unless you have full incredible medical insurance which would which most poor people don't I don't know if I'll poor people know that ambulance is expensive as a motherfucker. Avoid them at all costs obviously really fantastic stuff in all seriousness. I share a lot about anxiety issues. Depression about my own experiences with those things and with panic attacks and That's just one example of many many many segments that we've had where we get into that sort of thing so if that's up your alley If that struck your fancy you'll enjoy it here. You know what Ross. I think. That's one of the reasons why people enjoy this podcast so much and why so many people feel connected to the words that you say Is because they can relate to a lot of the same things that you've I've been through you know you're not alone in the fact that you deal with mental health struggles in anxiety and all the other things that life throws at you. That's that's all of us. We all go through tough time absolutely. Aj Ajay and one of the things. That's been so special about this show. Over the course of the two years it's existed in the two hundred and fifty plus episodes is that I've heard from so many of you from so many of our listeners Aj and I have through the hotline through eight eight eight wr bowling through our DM's through emails through tweets through Snapchat Y'all stories he's in Y'all's experiences that you've had in it has become as I say very much a two way street it benefits. Aj and I and Mike Injured as well Enormously to be able to share not only our own experiences with y'all but also have you share your experiences with us. We all learn grow. Yeah we're all just want to grow and prosper together absolutely ain't helping gang absolutely in addition to making you laugh and making you think this year in two thousand nineteen we went above and beyond especially Aj To bring you guests a lot of features that we thought you'd find not only entertaining but also that we believe would benefit our listenership based on their experiences and varying beliefs leaves from all different walks of life and backgrounds and ages and professions and So we've chosen several of our guests here to put several of our favorite some of the most interesting and most requested conversations from throughout two thousand nineteen that we're going to share with you. Now you're gonNA hear from many any different people from scarface from Lance mccullers junior. CK Chin my dear friend in restaurants here in Austin a todd. The art dealer. Here in Austin Mike MY GRANDMA EMMA Robert Black deer maury general manager of the Houston Rockets. Mia Khalifa. You're gonNA hear from my mom Christian lead. Low ship Rose Justin alpern. There's all kinds of names in that you're going to hear from and we hope you enjoy that. As a result you get a good idea for the kinds of guests that we're going to bring you in twenty twenty as well Brad Jordan killed scarface Mr Brad Jordan. Thank you again for taking taking the time today. I WANNA get as many questions as I have time for. Is You have time forced on. Just GonNa Start Cool. Hang away for starters. Could you briefly flee. Explain the G. Code for all the white people that are listening funny. Yeah I'm mad at a g code code of the streets in which we go by right. It's an oath that we took to get involved in these streets to not In other words did not put people's business industries example. Say You my friend Ross. I had a situation going on with your neighbor. Okay and you took a visiting your neighbors beer and took took it to him you know and I know about you. See It on yourself in the car and I knew about it and you know I never I never ratted you out. Okay hold doc. I basically the G. Code is is to be able to keep a secret. You know secret that take to the grave. Have you done anything saying that. You would like any type of SIP that you've done in your life that you'll never tell you did. Oh Hell yeah okay. Well that's a G.. Code Keeping G.. Code Coke now. It's time to jump into our first and only segment for today with Houston Astros All star Pitcher Lance mccullers. Junior junior lance is joining us in the studio. He's about to walk in Houston stand up. Let's fucking go. Let's talk baseball all right shall we. The season obviously did not end the way that the Astros or the fans would've liked with another ring. It was still an incredible season and incredible experience. I got to go to game seven. It was the coolest sporting event I've ever been at live even with the loss. Yeah it was still the most electric aspen atmosphere. That I've ever been a part of boy. What does that experience like as a player as a professional athlete to come so close in for you? I know it was a weird season. A different type of deal where you're recovering from an injury going going through rehab but still the feeling is the same part of the team these your boys. You obviously want the ring at the end of it all and to fall short of your goal as a team. How do you handle title that I think he just do? You know what I mean like I don't you go and just keep going. I mean We are first taste of like real success. Assess was my first year so I believe two thousand fifteen you know. We went to the playoffs and zero people. Expect the playoffs. I mean maybe a handful I think you during Spring Training Jeff and always addressed the group and they were like we legitimately think that we have the pieces here and the pieces in the minors to come up throughout the Arab speaking about like me and Carlos Velasco discuss some guys who kind of filtered through that year to help us get to the postseason. Everyone's constant like. Yeah okay. I mean we lost one hundred games. Maybe like a two seasons ago so maybe we're a little ambition. The whole playoffs off seeing right now in place in two thousand fifteen yeah defend okay well in in life but but but you know we we got there and that was super weird because it was kind of like a feeling of happy to be here type thing right and just getting there was like more more than we could have really expected and then in sixteen to make the playoffs. I mean you know. We didn't make it at all. We missed a bike. A game And then seventeen we win so it was just rollercoaster of like not. Anyone expecting us to do anything we're supposed to do something. Sixteen fell completely flat. Win The world series kind of out a nowhere and then an eighteen go back to the LCS lose but then you get back to the rules here. This is supposed to be the year right series. Everything was was was lined up. Perfect I felt like you know all the guys were Kinda rolling into this postseason relatively healthy which is hard to do And we just fell short man it just it happens. We got down To go down to at home we didn't give up though one one three in Washington and then it has beat us man. Strasburg pitched one. Hello game in game. Six and then shares are battle through five Corbin came in did his thing and they just piece together man. I loved Bregman Post game interview because he related it to like this is why baseball is the greatest game on earth. It teaches you about life in how to lose in the end. I mean in life. Sometimes you're gonNA feel like you're set up as best as you possibly as we could be in shits still gonna hit the fan and that's just the way it goes it. Would the difficult thing for me is part of what I've thought a lot about over the past so I don't know four or five six years as Houston has developed up into dislike sports. Hot Metal like we're killing it. Everything is clicking like. We got to Shawn Watson on the Texans at the very least. That's fun to root for. The rockets are awesome. That superstars all over the place. You you guys have been killing it for years now But as a fan. It's a difficult thing to try to re to grapple with. Because you like I love the team. I love everybody on but we didn't win like is it a failure and to me what I've come to terms with is like it's not that's not how it works. It's also about the ride and the experience experience of the whole season in like you've got to be able to pull from it as a fan just like y'all do on the roster to learn from it and then see okay like what. What does this mean for me next season? You know what I mean like my expectations. Well things turned over so quick. I mean and a couple of weeks here guys will start working out again. In Gaza. Preparations for the next season blows my win win or lose. Yes I mean even in seventeen after the world series. You have a couple of weeks where you know. You're kind of living in the living in the glory of winning and doing this talk show or that talk show or traveling traveling here and there and I gotta get back to normal because Were expected to be a good team and to compete again. So do it all over again. That's right I mean so. I definitely don't think our season was a failure. I think that people that are saying that you know maybe a little bit too sport right now the Movement for anyone who is saying that just flat out does not get it. Yeah that's just not true. We definitely didn't accomplish ultimate goal. That's one hundred percent obvious but to say this season was a failure failure The new team record in wins one of the best offenses and defenses in baseball. One of the best pitching staffs I mean we just. We just can't do little short. And then you you turn the page and you you try to learn from it it and try to win next year. We have the very wise and very tall. CK Chen winning again but again all of this stuff office some complete satire right is complete. And that's what we're saying. Is that the difficulty about the whole thing. Is that you you. It's an inability to separate. Berate them in the the medium from like from the from the content. I mean growing up and you know you and I are similar. Age is going up in high school. Middle-school your Momma jokes where the big Oh yeah you know what I mean. And that's part of the whole thing. It's like you could tell a your mom joke about someone about Mama Automobile Fat. Even if their mom was a fat I wasn't talking about your. I'm just talking about someone close to you and I'm GonNa make something funny and the image that comes out of saint you. I'm talking about a funny time. But it's funny because you you mentioned that is because depending on the audience. It's like it's one of those things if something happened to someone's mom And not knowing that in that audience and you throw out a your mom joke. It's like even his it's it's N- tend to be not that even that one person maybe even friends kind of like Yo. That's not cool and you're like why and you're like well this guy's moms right and then you're like Joe and then you can tell at that moment you're just like me. I'm not really trying to. We're not trying to cap on trying to cap on your Momma at the. This is what we're doing. You know I was looking at it. Brought me up to this I don't know if you remember the story talking about Catharsis comedy like they're talking about the Hugh hefner roast remember number. Remember the comedy central. I don't know if you did you. Watch the documentary about aristocrats. Yes so they talk about that to talk about The have you no. I don't even know what you gotTa Talk. Is a documentary about this joke in inside. It's like an inside. It's like a secret handshake amongst comedians apparently particularly generation animation. Before I mean like I said I mean anybody who know their craft is basically. This joke starts off with a quick rundown starts off with somebody going into a tail into to a talent agency and says hey I got an act for you. The Guy Describes the act and depending on who the comedian is who you are you go into describing the most offensive offensive terrible. Act that you could possibly do his family and they call themselves the aristocrats and like it depending on the community and they don't even the punchline linus there so basically what happens while this dude comes in and the MOM stabs dad in the face and yet again all this other crazy stuff the kid takes shit on the and and what the other kids peeing on the dog and then so after the whole thing and you're supposed to in the talent agent is like shocked and like obviously what what in the world you call this act and the aristocrats and I I think you're talking about apparently the legend and they made a documentary about it. The Legend is that this joke. I mean probably existed at a time when you were making fun of the aristocrats the people that were like love that level royalty. It'd be like if we said that same joke and then like the senators whatever it is and so anyways the whole thing about it. Is You know where this this goes. The inside joke amongst comedians know about this whole thing. It's almost one of those things that generally people don't use it because it's this this like I said it's like a secret. See Your hands anyway. So the story goes that on nine twelve literally the day after nine eleven they filmed the the comedy central roast of Hugh Hefner. Wow and so that was data set up right unintentional and they said the whole room obviously full of celebrities full of Comedians and they were like the tension in the room was obviously as high as it than this country's been in years. I can't imagine right. And so then they say Gilbert Godfrey he'd went up there to do is is present presentation in starts this joke right and starts aristocrat joke. And then you talk about it and literally the entire. So you're you can see the COMEDIANS. Like starting to look at each other like is he really GonNa do this. And it's like how it's crazy and they say that it's almost like someone like blue fresh air into the room because all the comedians knew what was coming. This is the most ridiculous is about to say super offensive stuff and Blah Blah Blah Blah and the account. And the next day. There's all these articles about. How like is it too soon where you do this? Can you do that. And it's just like no man. He saw the tension in the room and he was like. I'm going to let the air out of this balloon right like I'm just. I'm I'm a free. Everybody that is that is the whole purpose of the art. Though of comedy comedy of joking of humor is to is to bring people closer together we can make we make fun of each other to gain a better understanding for each other in the process right right today we have todd Gresley Gallery director from the Eo Five Gallery in Austin. It is phenomenal. If you ever in Austin swing by by some art donate if you can't afford some art. Enjoy Todd's company grab yourself a drink. They've got water to if you're like me you know drink smoke Ajay. Before you go in there the DR seuss Shit will wheel scare the hell out of you and then you will want to purchase some. It is my favorite art gallery here. In Austin were jared and I live. We're going to talk art. J. Bone. Yes let's do it. Let's bring him in Mr Mr Todd Gresley. How do you handle people who come in? And they're like I WANNA BE A. They got a job. I have no clue what they're no. Well AH here. Here's here's A. I'm trying to be as delicate with this as possible. Just rose might be. That's not a problem. I haven't admit even though people in this city cannot drive. They all drive twenty five miles already. FUCKING INSA- I. I have already replaced two horns in my old car horn a brand new car so now and Mike Horns people aren't used to honking in Austin right with the same kind of thing in the art gallery world they come in and even though the gallery is at at your own pace they're going. They're walking blocked the door. They'll literally walk in the door and stop. And then there's a line of people like go go like Jesus. The Lights Been Green for like five eight minutes. You're still sitting there right and then I get this all the time to Yama big art collector. I'm looking for BOSC. Wait uh-huh you mean. Basquiat okay. Yes Jean Paul Basque. Wait big fan and you get a lot of that and we keep the straightest faces when people do this to us this is ray. We're dead. Pam like okay and we'll mention the name a little bit later correcting them right away And a lot of times people prove the point that they may not know how to say anything but though by the work other people come in. They're like yeah see so arteries moved into downtown. I've moved two thousand miles and west coast. I I'm going to get these like you get all the time like. Hey Dude let me help you. But that's how we treat people like that dude and you want to buy art. We're going to help you. We rarely get the ones in a does happen them. I'm big collector Blah Blah and then like okay. Thanks for your time and I'm going to think about it. Well that right there. We covers things big black hole. Okay if they walk out that first time you'd like and they walk out and I'll be back man. I gotTA think about it. They fall in the big black hole. Never see you never see them ever again and then we have the on a huge art collector. My house is full of art. My husband's full about I have no well space left wall space left. So you're designer. You're not a collector. A stamp collector will find places to put those freaking stands a car collector. We'll find a place to put those freaking cars. I'm a big art collector. I have no room left will. Then you're on a collector without further ado or VP. One ninety-six and Mr Robert Who ourselves back to south of ground he Owned be better than a water asks G. Man Roll Out I think it's time we roll the dice and home four Brown at the. It's time also to Ron. Goon and Without further ADO. Here's a few minutes from Patriot dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcasts. Most recent episode Grandma Bolan dropping knowledge. Here she is she turned ninety last. Friday Beverly Bolan Year Ninety years deep. If you had to pick one or two sort of. I don't know grandma like keys to import on the young people to have a successful life breath. Like what what would you say. A couple pieces of advice would be well the thing that I think I tried to do. And I is be nice to everyone. Everyone whether they're going to promote Mojo or whether they're just going to help you or weather there you want to help them. And how do you go you. You think that's the thing that's always been so impressive to me about you though. Grandma is that you're so kind and caring with every single person that you come across and now be honest with you. I try to take as much as I can from you because I look up to you so much. But that's one of the areas that I struggle because people can be very frustrating and infuriating eerie. Aiding yet you never seemed to miss a beat with how nice you are to everybody. How do you do that because as you know I grew grew up with a family of eleven children? You have to learn to get along eleven with you know with that. Many children and my parents were great. They made all of us. All of. Let's feel very loved and special and they may does all feel because we've talked about later that they they would always be there for it and I tried to impart that on my three sons. You know please make your children feel loved and that they'll you will always be there for them. That's a very important taking. I think now probably the most excited I've ever been through a segment of this. Show our first segment Daryl Morey Mori general manager of the Houston Rockets. What has it been like for you? Watching James Grow and thrive the way he has as a Iraq. And how does it feel to be right about him like you were. Yeah I mean. I'm more happy for him. 'cause I think when he first hand Oklahoma City city he was an extremely good player with a lot of confidence but he didn't know if he could lead a team and I've just been extremely happy and I don't think prides it is our work because I but you know I I don't but but I think that you don't feel for him. Yeah I'm happy for him. 'cause I think it was something. The he always wanted to show that he could be Alpha the leader of a team that thicker win the title and for sure our team last year. Although we didn't win it you you know when they when they do those. ESPN lists in the future and say the best teams. That didn't WANNA title. We're GONNA always be on that and I wish you know there's no trophy for that. But the reality is James put it online crisper online last year I'll I'll go in sixty five games and beat teams like we did. They generally go on to win the title. And right we happen to be facing one of the all-time great teams also with us today. A very special guests to lovely Mia Khalifa. Miss Mia Hella Woah. You're glowing I showered. Oh that's sweet but you said you didn't wash your hair though. No no no. No no haven't done that in like we don't get that kind of treat now. My ass asked Jeff I was like. Is this just a manager. I was like is this video. PODCAST I don't think so. I'm a cool now offering my hair jeff's here to in case we fucked something up in needs to abandon ship. Hello Jeff. How's it going? The juicy meat of the story takes place in our so into the party. The Party the Party of which there must have been a dozen. What what what was supposed to say? Just keep going the kids of which there must have been a does all grown weary of standing around watching their parents pound drinks drinks and gobble down finger foods so they went outside to play a game of flag touch football. The ages of the kids were buried. The fuck is what they were all flag touch. It's just again again. I'm just correcting myself as we go here again okay. I didn't know this was going to get live. Edited exactly why I needed to quit smoking. Looking we for a little bit calling. Kristen lead low. Kristen Ludlow is an American sports anchor she She works for NBA. TV TV is the host of MBA inside stuff. She's on on. TNT as a reporter. She has a brand new podcast with candace parker that she's going to talk to us about today. She's phenomenal here. She is is Kristin. Ludlow can turn US candy right well and I remember feeling like you anything but an insularity character on any one of these network broadcasts was essentially a pipe dream because even ten years ago which was not very long ago there were very few women on network broadcast on. He biggest sporting events of the year Doing doing anything. But being I can't be perhaps sideline or acting two or three quick questions as a coach or player is walking away. All right now. We're joined by reality. Led TVs star and very rich person with cool name. Chef rose how you doing today ship. I'm not that rich richer than me. A relative so let's get a forensic accountant in here and see. What's I assure you? You will win that battle. You can't thank you didn't do anything wrong in rushing rocky I yeah. Yeah and there's a night out. Sit around like naked strippers and stuff like that. I'm pretty modest sky. I'd I don't need much honestly money. Doesn't this probably get killed for this but like you know it's easy to say money doesn't mean much to you if you if it's fair. Yeah sure I don't live high on the hog and you just don't emily clouds job. Application gone horribly wrong. If someone else saw this and it came back to you how would you you feel and I think dot com was my mindset was like if someone's screen shot what I said incentive to someone else how would I feel and so that's why I kinda wanted to make sure that in the sense I was getting my I point across but not attacking them basically saying this is not fair and not also not being like big fuck you too. That's a big lesson here too though because they're still going to be situations things like this that we have to correct coming up over the next like fucking ten years or whatever as we continue to rip down some of these like weird social media and social walls cloud. Yes yes and you gotta you gotTa remember people like this that's part of the takeaway here. Is You got to look at the big picture and maintain your cool when you reacting otherwise we lose lose the ability to take a step forward because of your weird situation so like in this situation you allow us to take a step forward by handling. It was in class all right. So now we've we've got with us on the Line Justin Halpern the number one year times bestselling author of the twitter feed Shit. My Dad says of course the book that then came as a result of that twitter. Feed Shit my dad says is also what that's called. He was the CO writer and Co executive producer of the CBS television comedy series based on that Book and his second book I I suck at girls came out in twenty twelve and was the basis for another television show called Surviving Jack. That came out in two thousand fourteen. You've written for Maxim Grantland or I pee so I'm standing that line and this woman comes up to me. This publicist and like you know you deal with a lot of publicist. I'm sure you've you've dealt with publicist. Yes so this publicist comes up to me and before like I'm just against any line. She's like Brendan Fraser. Can't talk to you right now and I was like. Oh okay. I didn't have any questions for Brennan's frazier. And then she turns out she goes. Yes you did and I go no. I absolutely didn't I don't WanNa talk. Doc Branford here in Georgia the jungle. Now we're joined by Austin rap. Duo Black lack blackie comprised of. I mean you introduce yourself as Z Zilly Zilly. Yup You pronounce yes. Healy Nausea Philly. Like silly like billy. I'm billy billy I'm raw but my first name's William and some people call me bill. This is getting bills. Call Him. William William you're not really Ross no Ross. I'm not a will. Oh you always say too many wills and Williams who you are attack. I'm Ross Bill. So big a call him Williams for real see see Just an hour is a good start and like this. And you introduce yourself as friend but franchise franchise but there's a lot of. Here's here's the issue there's a lot of mid tier rappers named Franchise Chai's so I kind of just kind of trying to differentiate a little. I don't know I think it's more of a natural thing. Everybody's calling me Fran. And so with the spelling of it. I think Francis Francis Nice transition but formerly franchise. I do have people that. Still Call me franchise. We had a few different names in the pot and my whole thing with a name is like I was like look I. I remember watching documentaries. And Shit where they're like. The names like the magic like that. She has has encompass everything you film and we know we want. The Shit's outlive us. In a way like we want a we want to create a brand like obviously the music. That's what it is at the end of the day. Exactly we want that brand. We wanted to go. Multimedia wound all kinds of shit so it needs to be something that pop and what I thought immediately. Yup I'm an ACL and some little fucking teenage white kid looks Kinda cool. So Wesley said this name am I gonNa WanNa go see it refill me and so I thought if I see this little kid. And he's like we're about to go to black they're on a stable black lists fuck all right So that was one of the reasons but also the alliteration of like it just feels good as a word and then if you actually. We looked up and urban dictionary. A black lab is no fine as a cadillac that's styled by a fresh African American filming so and then and it says yeah look it up urban dictionary and then it also says a below it uses in a sentence and it's and it's a white person and he says Yo that that blacks Alexa dope. Where can I get one in the black replies? You can't you white look it up. Urban Dictionary illegal black. What a fantastic selection shen of guests? Aj let me tell you what man one of my favorite things to be able to talk to all these people. Because I feel like now whole people get the opportunity you know even sit. Sit Down with these people not just the fact that they've allowed us to talk to them on my. They set aside time out of their busy day. Absolutely talk to us. Not like out of anybody much appreciate hit every single one of the people who took timely genuine throughout the course at twenty nineteen to come and sit with doesn't speak with those or call in even for those who couldn't be in the studio we always try to get guests in-studio if possible but if it's not possible for some of them Mister Maury for example very very busy man Schedule Tougher to get in the studio to get in the lab with us is but we try to get them in the lab if we can't get on the phone and As I said age a great job in twenty nineteen working so hard to line up so many guess for his and then in twenty twenty. We have a lot more I did. I got guessing the cure rate. Now my God. The list of people share all the people we have in the cure rate. Now is legitimately insane. There is a there is a ton of potential coming in twenty twenty guest wise is weighed on it and we're excited By the way if this podcast feels like one the you enjoy so far subscribed rate and review and support on patriots dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast and emerge from there and follow all your long in twenty twenty here on the Ross Bohlin podcast with which you are currently very impressed and feel. They're here to share with friends friends. We also have a recurring segment called stuff to wikipedia. When you're high now you don't have to be high or have you ever smoked marijuana or eaten paint chips to enjoy this segment? But it's one where we learn about You know. Aj like stuff like obscure history in people in happenings from on this planet and around the universe. That might be more enjoyable. If you've taken a gravity bong to the face that's all we're saying very interesting tidbits of information absolutely. We did so many. This is your so so many so many stuff to compete. When you're high shouts to Wikipedia by the way support wikipedia? Donate the WIKIPEDIA. They're the world's encyclopedia but we figured we'd give you an the idea of the kind of stuff we dove into with a quick hitting montage of some of them a lot of them. Frankly just being read and then one or two of our favorites from this year. You're in full so enjoy. Grab Your light. This is when in you this stuff that wikipedia when you high is Claudine Long J. I don't know how to pronounce long. Get Lon Long. Get it what you're gonNA WANNA wikipedia. Today is lyle and Erik Menendez as you may have heard of the Menendez brothers l. y. l. e. and E. R. where I k both horribly spelled and not great guys two words pig war today. We're GONNA talk about the high five. Today's stuff that Wikipedia in your high is Peter Fruit. Throw who is this bad ass hunter. We've never heard of Jim Corbett. Today's stuff the Wikipedia when your is all about overton bridge the dancing plague or dance epidemic of fifteen eighteen. The banana massacre the Zombie. Dear disease the damn it damn it. This was supposed to be light hearted. Today's stuff to wikipedia. When you're high is the murder of Julia? Martha Thomas. Anna Delhvi A. N. A. D. e. l. v. e. wise her last name Delhvi. Okay feral child Ernest Thompson. Seton Lanza flight five await spontaneous human combustion. All Nice wittenoom Western Australia really a- Australia I- Sata which sounds like ask US hustle. Is Her name Ata not a okay Assata Shakur sound like the mad hatter sister. Yeah alright this week's Stuff that Wikipedia when you're high is the nineteen sixty one Goldsboro B fifty two crash. Marvin key Meyer to ease in this man's last name which makes it very difficult to pronounce h. e. m. e. y. e. r.. There's four es in his last name to consecutive. I should say Marvan be he he meyer. Today's stuff that wikipedia. When your highest lake AAC Halos cannibalism cannibalism the Apollo Affair Challenge coin? Challenge coin the Dupont daily Yoenis murders and disappearance. This is Takenaka Koi. T. A. K. A. N. A. K. The U. Y.. Okay Taka knock ooi Stanislav Petrov. Today's stuff to wikipedia. When you're high shouts to Sam O'hare by the way is Ernest Thompson Seton Ernest Thompson? Seton shouts to my boy Oscar for the tip here as well Ernest. Ernest was an author. He was a wildlife artist. He was the founder of the woodcraft Indians in one thousand nine hundred which actually was renamed woodcraft League of America and is something that I am or was completely unfamiliar with he's also Ernest Thompson. Seton is this is what he's known for. One of the founding pioneers of the boy scouts of of America in one thousand nine hundred ten. He's actually the man responsible for the appropriation and incorporation of what he believed to be. American Indian elements went into the traditions of the boy scouts of America which is either cool or awful. I'm not sure which. And as such I will not take a position. Asian Seton was born in south shields. County Durham in England which is Now part of south tyneside Tyne and wear if anybody anybody who cares. I don't know what the fuck that means. Never been to Europe to Scottish pans. He was born in his family emigrated to Canada in eighteen. Sixty six most of his childhood was spent in Toronto. Onto as a youth are boy ernest retreated to the woods of the Don River to draw and study animals as a way of avoiding his abusive father. There and this is where he developed a connection with nature with animals. He's in the woods hiding from daddy sad but also cool because he took something shit and made it into something arguably good anyway. If you can't do something good at least do something arguably good so to continuous Seton on his twenty first birthday his father the Dick you know that he's abusive. The seed spending time hiding in the woods from his father on his twenty first birthday presents him with an invoice for all the expenses connected with his childhood and his youth including the fee charged by the doctor. Who delivered livered him? Can you believe that Shit Dude. He paid the bill but he never spoke to his dad again. Dude what he paid the bill. My God I had when I I was reading about Seton. I had this moment of not clarity like pure fear. Sheer terrified where I was like if my parents presented me with a bill for all the costs incurred then between the ages of zero and probably I guess in all fairness let's say twenty two holy Hell I don't know what would I probably like. Seventeen million dollars. I don't know what I don't know what I would do. Thank you mom and Dad and thank you dad for not being like Seaton's father who was a dick thanks. It's not making me hide in the woods and draw that would of sucked this guy Joseph Logan Thompson was the name of his dad right and seed and called him the most selfish Oh Fishman I ever knew or heard of in history or in fiction. That's fucking intense so we cut ties with his dad. Obviously after being made made to pay off that itemized list of all the expenses he had incurred. I can't believe he paid the delivery fee to five hundred thirty seven dollars and fifty cents. He paid his dad apparently in total and then changed his name to Ernest Thompson. Seton believing that Seton was important family name I guess he wanted to keep it and he became successful as a writer await no was his dad's name not seeding. Yeah His dad was Joseph Logan Thompson. He changed his name to Ernest Thompson. Seton okay so he's got some separation from his daddy and then he becomes a separate a successful writer artist and naturalist and move to New York City to further his career. If you're going to right about nature what better place to do it than in the hustle and bustle of New York City later. He lived it windy goal which is in in a state that he built in coast. Cobb a section of green witch in Connecticut He experienced some vandalism by the local youth in Green witch and Seton invited those was local youth the vandals to his estate for a weekend where he told them what he claimed. Were stories if the American Indians and of nature. So I guess what happens here. Our Boys House gets vandalized. And you decide. These kids need help. I'm GonNa try to give them something better more productive and positive live to do. He takes him in. He tells them stories about the American Indians or what he thinks or claims are stories of the American Indians. Poor American Indians man. What the fuck and then of nature as well? So he forms the woodcraft Indians in one thousand nine hundred and he invites the local youth to join and despite the name name of the group it was actually made up of non native boys obviously and girls which is problematic and very much appropriation. Back then in one thousand nine hundred. Nobody gave a shit If you did this now you'd get fried. But the stories became a a series of articles written for the Ladies Home Journal. They were eventually collected in the birchbark roll of the woodcraft Indians in nineteen sixty zero the stories that seat in his writing the woodland woodcraft Indians actually evolved into the woodcraft Rangers. So that would be less offensive. I guess since nineteen twenty two. The woodcraft rangers founded by Seton have served the Los Angeles Los Angeles like as an La California with Seaton's model of character-building which encompasses service truth fortitude and beauty today. The woodcraft Rangers Organization Organization serves over fifteen thousand youth in Los Angeles County by helping them find pathways to purposeful lives. So there you go. There's some good in. It's it's difficult to judge edged white dudes in the early nineteen hundreds because they all were doing horrible racist appropriating. And obviously if I'm if I'm a a native American this guy's probably not like a hero to me. I'm probably not a fan of this dude. He ripped bits and pieces of my culture and handed him the white children but at the same time he built organizations it really did help hundreds and thousands of children over the years to grow up in a more productive way boy scouts of America. Which I'm going to get to in a second in fact I'll just stop until the I mean the teaching these kids? These are opportunities for youth from kindergarteners to twelfth grade in La that are in the woodcraft rangers thing that are benefiting from this program. They're encouraged to ignites night discovery of natural talents embrace daily with the belief that all children are innately good. That's huge to move on from there. He's got the woodcraft Rangers going there in Los Angeles they're killing it next. He meets The founder of scouting this dudes name Lord Bayden Powell in one thousand nine hundred six in our boy. EP had read Seaton's book the Birchbark Roll of the woodcraft Indians and he was intrigued by it so they met. They share their ideas Bayden Powell who founded the scouting movement worldwide Seton became president of the committee that founded the Boy Scouts of America and was its first and only only chief scout that is where dude ends up Seton Ernest Thompson. SETON BA I in only ever ever chief scout of the boy scouts of America hoped to found boy scouts of America. The position of chief scout was eventually removed and the position. If chief scout executive was what it was replaced with and that was taken by James West his woodcraft Indians by the way that youth organization combined with the early attempts visit scouting from the YMCA and other organizations and Daniel. Carter Beard's sons of Daniel. Boone that was the other organization they all came together to form the boy scouts of America so in addition there have been disputes about the content of Seaton's contributions to the boy scout handbook There there was also a conflict related to his wife. Grace Gladden Seton Thompson. She was involved in suffrage. Suffrage activities suffragette activities. But he's as they were and also our voice seating was a British citizen which is an issue that arose partly because of his high position within the boy scouts of America? The Federal Liberal Charter. They were attending to obtain required board members to be United States citizens. So seton ends up writing his resignation on January twenty fifth twenty-ninth rather nineteen fifteen. But he didn't send it into boy scouts of America until May which is strange months later and then in nineteen thirty-one many years later he becomes a United States citizen. And that's that in October of two thousand fifteen. The comedy Central Show Drunk History gave a short drunk history. Lesson Bye Mike Still. It was actually season three episode ten. It was the second act where Seton was portrayed by Colin. Hanks son of Tom. Hanks apparently apparently mostly concentrated on the story of logo which is one of the stories he wrote but also mentions the roots of the boy scouts and helping out troubled teens. Can I just say while. We're here. Your Colin Hanks fucking sucks that dude. who terrible actor no fence? Sorry I know Your Dad's the one of the greats but you sir you you need to find your own your own path. He was the worst character in band of brothers by four by far not close also so arguable that Orange County could have been a great movie if Colin Hanks wasn't the main character. It's still a good movie. It's still funniest. Shit incredible cast minus Colin. Hanks and again no offence meant all due. Respect your terrible in nineteen ninety-three issue of the Japanese Mind Manga Mangga diamond diamond is unbreakable the character Ho Taro Kumho cujo references. Et SEATON's quote. There is no animal that cannot be tracked holdup could been calling him E. T. this entire time Ernest Thompson. Seton Yup e- wow that's cool that is ernest t name my first born son Ernest Thompson. Just so I can call him. Et Anyway there is no animal that cannot be tracked huge on tracking this guy. Did you do boy scouts. Though I was a we below which stands for. We Be Loyal Scouts which is very lame. Scouts was weird as shit. It was. It was weird all the patches and the uniforms were weird. Why would they khaki bear it was actually actually an eagle scout? One of my best friends Barrett that I do always use clams and cockles with which Really tells you something. Because if I'm picking a person to be lost in the wilderness with Barrett no offence. You're not on that fucking list. I much less close to the top. You're not on the list at all and I sure as shit don't make anybody's list so I'm not even trying to not that I just we know each other very well me and Barrett. Neither one of us is the dude. You're taken into the forest to survive. We're also not the dude you're gonNA ask about what that sound. Your car is making is like to hang a picture frame or mounted television for you. That's not us us us. Ross it's an S. US This stuff to Wikipedia when you high is Claudine along J. I don't know how to pronounce long. Get on Jay long at C. L. A. a U. D. I N. E. Space Bar L. O. N. G. E. T.. Long get a shout. My in-laws specifically David in page who Provide me with the story in Dallas Texas. Shout out to all the lanes in Dallas Texas is a cool story so clubbing Georgette lingerie. I'M GONNA call. Her is was born. The twenty nine th January nineteen forty two. She's a French singer actress dancer and recording artists. The reason that I call it a long way I. I assume it's pronounced that waste because she's French. I'm not being an asshole. I genuinely believe it might be pronounced way. I don't fucking alive during this time period. Anyway she was. She was very popular during the nineteen sixties and Seventies. Born in Paris France. She married an American singer and television. Entertainer guess which one Andy fucking Williams he was married in from. Nineteen sixty one until nineteen seventy five fourteen years of marriage to the asshole who made the song happy holiday slash the holiday season happy hall. All the what a terrible fucking song. It's the holiday season Whoop de Scoop. That's where Connie got the idea for the Whoop de Scoop Scoop Diphu ball that bullshit shit. Worst one of the worst Christmas songs. It's one of the ones that Mike and I roasted on the face of the earth last month. Holy Hell. It's terrible and this woman was married to Andy Williams. The Guy who made that's on for fourteen fucking years. She met him in Las Vegas in nineteen sixty while she was a dancer. Choose the dancing lead actually and At the Tropicana Resort Casino and she was having trouble with her car and had pulled over to the side of the road. Williams was driving by stopped offered to help he was thirty two she was eighteen and they got married. December Fifteenth Nineteen Sixty one in Los Angeles had three kids together Noelle Christian bobby and then they legally separated and divorced in seventy five. According to Williams Andy Williams remain very good friends. What a wonderful story anyway? Back to Claudine her first appearance is an actress on television. Were in two nineteen in sixty. Three episodes of the comedy series. Mikhail's navy very famous comedy series from television. If you're you know not good with television history you probably probably never heard of that but it was a very famous show during my parents. Their parents air. She also acted in the nineteen sixty four theatrical future film of the same title Mikhail's navy. which many of you have probably seen on like channels like AMC and shit often anyway? She was an all kinds of stuff. Hogan's heroes episode she. She had a good career and She was friends with Robert. F Kennedy his wife Ethel. She's very well connected us to host the Kennedys at their residences in Belair in Palm Springs. And and then she would spend time in the Kennedy residences in Hickory Hill. In New York City. Pretty incredible life this woman had built and guess what she's maintained a very private profile since nineteen seventy seven following her conviction for negligent homicide. WHOA connection with the death of her boyfriend? Friend former Olympic skier spider savage did not see that coming yes. She was arrested long. Jay was for a and charged watched with fatally shooting her boyfriend Olympic skier Vladimir Spider savage in Aspen Colorado at his Aspen Colorado home. So this is is cool because it ties to me in multiple ways I williams hate that fucking song second. I found out about this. Do My Dallas inlaws third. My Dad was in laws. Have a home in Aspen of which I get to go to at least once a year. So I'm familiar with Aspen. Colorado and I did not know this. This is extremely cool. LITTLE ASPEN FOLKLORE FOR UTAH. Folklore fucking happened anyway anyway. She gets arrested and charged with this by the way spider. The man's name was spider. The titties you have to have to shoot a guy named Spider rock-solid titties. That's that's the ones dude's name spider. Don't go down easy anyway. Any Williams publicly supported caudine lingerie throughout the trial he paid for her legal defense team. Probably with royalty Siemian off that Godawful Christmas song and even escorted or to and from the courthouse. He was totally supportive of her. And it turns out pretty much. Everyone knows that this chick did this murder But I'll continue unwavering support for his ex-wife Williams said she is the mother of my children and we never stopped being friends. We just didn't want to be married anymore Yay Andy. Everybody understands that but also did she kill someone because because the murder part is pretty important so the Aspen police to procedural errors that aided long as defense without warrants. They took a blood sample from her and confiscated her diary. According to prosecutors the sample showed the presence of cocaine in her blood and her diary reportedly contradicted her claim that her relationship ship with savage had not soured to further modal. The prosecution's case the gun was mishandled by non-weapons experts as they were unable to cite any of disallowed material. Prosecutors use the autopsy report to suggest that when savage was shot he was bent over facing away at least six feet from lingerie which would be inconsistent with the position and relative distance of someone demonstrating the operation of a firearm. The jury convicted her of negligent homicide and sentenced her to pay a small fine and spend thirty thirty days in jail. She shot the fucking guy and killed him The judge allowed her to serve to choose the days to be served believing this arrangement arrangement would allow her more time with your children. She says she gets choose to serve most of her sentence on the weekends. which is something that you can still do to this day? In some cases by the way it's really interesting. You go to jail for the weekend you get out of jail you out your week and then you go back to joe the next weekend. It's very strange Anyway critical reaction to the verdict and sentencing was exasperated. Great Win She subsequently vacationed with her defense attorney Ronald De Austin who was married at the time. The woman is scandalous. GotTa Love It. Did she later married this motherfucker. They still live in Aspen. I gotta find this woman. I gotTa talk to her on record after the criminal trial when she got Outta off basically Scott free for murdering someone the Savage Family spiders folks initiated civil proceedings in order to sue her. The case was eventually resolved that a court I assume whom they got some money. But there's a provision that long Jay never discuss or write about the killing or the or the settlement. Okay so maybe in exchange they were like look a bitch. You can't talk about this ever you. We're not GONNA see writing a book about killing our boy none of that no interviews nothing. That's part of it you pay X.. Amount of money. We're GONNA chop some that money off the top in exchange for you signing this thing saying you'll never speak about it but I'm good again. People talk we have raised. Make you talk and if I see you in Aspen Claudine. We go have a talk best believe that that was your stuff to Wikipedia when you're high goodness gracious seal enlightened. I feel like my brain hurts. Brain cells have been lost as a result of all that Highness. I could go on jeopardy right now and the information overload load. Yeah do you want my head to explode rest in peace to Chris Farley to stuff the wikipedia when you're hi this is one of our newer reoccurring segments in fact. It's one that Mr Sam O'hare demand who made our theme song shouts is working on a current segue theme four off a new set of music for one of our newer reoccurring segments. It's called bad ass vets. You haven't heard of now. You may be wondering vets. Let's veterinarians or veterans. And what kind of veterans and the answer is all of them all of the above. No it's mostly veterans that have served served right. Aj Yeah in the military. But there's also a veteran veterinarians so that being said we've left the door open to delve into veterinarians down the line a little bit. Overly we so choose news also potentially veterans just meaning old people. We don't know but now for now. The segment focuses on some of the most bad ass veterans that have served we focus Kasan obviously The United States military here because I'm in the United States and this is an American show and I'm an American Bought it has been incredibly interesting so far. We've got a compilation of a couple of different ones here. me reading a few of the ones that we've gone through so you get an idea for some of the guys you're going to hear about and then A favourite from from this year as well so here you go enjoy today as bad as vet. You haven't heard of is is a veteran. Marvin Glenn Shields Marvin Glenn Shields the first and only United States Navy. CB to be awarded the Medal of honor and our veterans that we're going to discuss. Today is one chesty puller real legal name Lewis Burwell Puller. Today's bad bad as vet. You haven't heard of the first ever iteration of this segment as suggested by one of our incredible listeners and followers on twitter dot com slash boss. Roland it's Thomas Alexander Baker and to be clear that is the bad ass vet not the person who suggested the segment Thomas. Alexander Baker was the United States army soldier who post humorously received posthumously post humorously is it. I always mess up when I get to it. It's a word I know. Why does it mess with me? So anyway he received after death the US military's highest decoration. The Medal of honor for his actions in World War Two during the battle of Saipan Saipan. Okay I'm GonNa read you his citations medal of honor citation. This is insane insane. It's incredible for conspicuous gallantry entry and intrepidy intrepid intrepid. This is going to be tough when you can't read. Kid can't even read at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty at Saipan Mariana Islands nineteen June two seven July nineteen forty four when his entire company was held up by fire from automatic weapons in small arms fire from strongly fortified enemy positions that commanded the view of the company sergeant then private Baker voluntarily took a bazooka and dashed alone to within one hundred yards of the enemy through heavy rifle and machine gunfire that was directed at him by the enemy. He knocked out the strong point enabling his company to assault the ridge some days later while his company advanced across the Open Field Flint with obstructions and places of concealment for the enemy. Sergeant Baker again voluntarily took up a position in the rear to protect the company against surprise attack and came upon too heavily fortified enemy pockets manned by two officers and ten enlisted men which had been bypassed without regard for such superior superior numbers he unhesitatingly attacked and killed all of them five hundred yards further. He discovered six men of the enemy who had concealed themselves behind our our lines and destroyed all of them again. He destroyed all of them on December. July nineteen forty four the perimeter of which Sergeant Baker was a part of was attacked from three sides by somewhere between three thousand and five thousand Japanese during the early stages of this attack. Sergeant Baker was severely wounded but but he insisted on remaining in the line and fired at the enemy at ranges sometimes as close as five yards until his ammunition ran out without ammunition and with his weapon battered to uselessness business from hand to hand combat. He was carried about fifty yards to the rear by a comrade. who was himself wounded at this point? Sergeant bigger refused to be moved any further by stating that he preferred to be left to die rather than risk the lives of any more of his friends a short time later at his request he was placed in a sitting position against a small tree. Another comrade withdrawing offered assistance. Sergeant Baker refused insisting that he'd be left alone and begin a soldier's pistol with its remaining eight rounds of ammunition munition when last seen alive so Jim Baker was propped up against that tree pistol in hand calmly facing the foe later. His body was found in the same position gun empty with eight Japanese lying dead before him. His deeds were in keeping with the highest traditions of the US Army. That is the medal of honor. Citation that Thomas. Alexander Baker received passed away. July seventh nineteen forty four on believable bravery unbelievable beggar was post humorously promoted to sergeant and on May Ninth Nineteen forty five awarded the Medal of honor for his actions throughout the battle of Saipan he was buried at Gerald B H Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery in a place. I can't pronounce New New York. Schiller Ville Schuler Ville. That's close no. I'm all due respect Sergeant Baker on the pronunciation of your burial ground anyway. Wow that's your bad ass vets. You haven't heard of for the first time ever. Yes the veterans respect them respected troops respect Mr Park as well. You know what I have a lot of respect for our military. I grew up in a military family. Yes my dad's retired army army. He's a he's a veteran he's air. This is a segment. That really means a lot to me so I hope everyone else feels the same. We also have a lot of servicemen and women who listen to our show definitely we get to hear you're from routinely. IBP military gang absolutely one of the things that we do here is If you if you listen to our show you here at the top of every episode. I explained this but I did not do that. Typical legal insurer today for obvious reasons but if you knew here. I have a snapchat at W. R. Boland in all of our listeners. They send me snapchat snaps if you will will of Photos and videos of things related to the show topics we've discussed trash moves Cool shoes Sponsor products that they've purchased riches from our different sponsors animals their dogs we one of our many recurring themes that we have soffer the weekend. Absolutely just want to let them know. We also get a lot of Veterans sending US photos of them either sharing the show with listening to the show it either Basic training or when they're deployed overseas or wherever and it means the world was so shouts to all the troops out there we love y'all also to rb farmer gang absolutely a big showing off for them to do you hear a lot from them as well and all the veterinarians but to the vets we appreciate. Shaw I know that. So many of you have reached out and said the so stoked on US having bad as veterans and you haven't heard of as a segment now so we're excited to bring it to you in addition to veterans as I told you at the top. We talk a lot about animals. Big Animal podcasts. I love of animals. I'm a big fan of animals. Furry one's not so furry ones per preferably furrier I've got two dogs bruce and Bella their Toy Australian shepherds I talk about them nonstop and their constant and basically overwhelming presence on my instagram. At this point. So if you follow me at W. R. Bowling you're very familiar with them. Love the the furry and the Nonthaburi and all of the animals I went to Saint Francis Episcopal Day. School Saint Francis the patron saint of animals. I don't even know if that's officially as title. But he loved animals Asia. He had birds on his shoulders and shit squirrels in his fucking hair. He was doing it in his hair. I think so looking for nuts. He was unkempt Uh well he had one of those bald heads but it's got hair around. It also is like a nest egg you know. It sounds kind of tie sorted for a Squirrel naturally naturally anyway twenty we have another segment. We do called animal of the week and we We do oh my God the animals that we learned about on this show and I'm not talking you know. We'll do one like the rhino like a normal animal but we try to find some more obscure. Oh Yeah baby you you know unfamiliar animals that you may have never heard of. We're going into. We've never heard of the rain forest and Shit. Aj We've been Amazon Antarctica and Shit. I mean we're fucking planet planet earth in this bitch audio heard that Nat Geo is actually listening to our podcast ideas they are you know what's funny is actually talking on twitch twitch dot com twitch dot TV rather slash boss rolling if you like apex legends and watching me Stream video games. I was talking one of our listeners who I was playing with. I play with guys who listen to the show. Typically end girls if you're out there and They were talking about how they keep seeing stuff that we've discussed trend later like either on twitter or on snapchat chat One of them was the bill. Bill Bush Bill. I can't remember the name of his drive me. Nuts somebody screaming at their at their stereo right now But like one of the animals that we did then trended on snapchat like two days ago. It's not a coincidence. So that keeps happening to where animals we discuss or segments we discussed gusts then become something that like two months later or some shit will trend on twitter on snapchat. SORTA planet Earth. Yeah just cracks me up Obviously sometimes that's just purely coincidental dental because the internet is everybody's out of your doing content right but we're the best. We're the kings of content. So that being said here's a here's a shitload of animals. And and then one of our favorites from two thousand and nineteen and now Ross Bowling's animal of the week. This week's animal. The wink wink of the week is the pink fairy Arm Adila Wink wink. This week's animal of the week is the red shanked Duke. The elephants seal. It's the Mandarin Duck. This week's animal. The week is the Heartbe Eagle the motherfucking stingray the cuttlefish the Champa Watt Tiger the the thorny devil afford a man of course it was a Florida man on Friday Saint Omar. Yes Florida By what ornithologist I just say is the world's most dangerous bird it's called the castleberry the death's head monkey. This week's animal. The week is the wombat the golden the handed Tamarin Savannah cat the polar bear the quad. The Jacobin Penguin had chico the dog or animal. The week is a is a human sized monster penguin is that the officials genus sexually real animal of the week slash slash. Bad Ass cowboys. You haven't heard of two for one. Yeah here's a Collab- of segments this thing's name whiplash the cowboy monkey so now you see other tied together. It's a monkey that's also a cowboy. It's the Kaluga loot the Gary Will Garfield Gabriel. The INCA tern way number two incoming Mike. This bird has a bad ass. Mustache the Turkey the Wedge Tailed Eagle the mantis shrimp. Who Mantis shrimp this week? It's the Jesus Christ lizard otherwise known as the Common Bacilus which is lame as shit. So obviously we're GONNA call it by its nickname the Jesus Christ lizard are PJ see. It's a reptile this lizard and it's an Omnivore can live up to ten years in captivity is part of the Iguana family one of my favorite families and grows to be between two and two and a half feet long tall. Whatever you WANNA call it But that's including their whip like tails they got up like seven ounces. They're not heavy no lizard as well. I'm not gonNA finish that sentence. There heavy lizards The males of the Common Bacilus GIRTH G J C Lizard half crests on their heads and backs very easy to identify the difference between the males and the females as a result and they use those high crest to impress the fair six. They're not endangered or anything. Like that. These the Jesus Christ Lizard they have actually the least concern label on the Red List which makes sense? Like if you're rocking nicknamed Jesus Christ you better have your shit straight and they do. They're not even close to endangered their abundant in tropical rainforests of Central America from southern Mexico to Panama. According to National Geographic. They spend much of their time in. The trees are never far from a body of water when threatened this where they get their nickname. They can drop from a tree into the Water and get this sprint upright about five feet per second across the surface. So that's how they got the dope is nicknamed the Animal Kingdom If you don't know anything about the Bible Jesus Christ walked on water. That's the compares. That's the that's the parallel here so to accomplish I. I don't know if you've never seen footage of this. I don't know how it would amaze me if if some of you haven't but I'm sure some of you haven't haven't I remember seeing this for the first time as a little kid when I was probably like in high school freshman year. Something maybe before that on one of those animal channels and I saw what did Jesus Christ Lizard sprinting across the water in slow motion and I was like that is one of the coolest things I've ever freaking. Seen didn't know an animal could do that. That is so dope. Here's how they get it done. They've got long asked toes on their your feet with these fringes of skin that unfurl in the water increasing the surface area and then they rapidly. Churn their legs. It's like a bicycle. Motion would their legs and they slap their splayed feet hard against the water creating a tiny the air pocket that keeps them from sinking provided they maintain their speed. They can actually move along the surface like this for fifteen feet or more but eventually gravity he does take over in the basket resorts to it's excellent swimming skills To continue its travel very cool by me another other animals. You can walk on water with the with the nickname this cooler than that. As far as reproduction goes the pregnant females prepare a shallow trench. They lay up to like twenty eggs in at the mother. Leaves the eggs patch on their own and the hatchlings are born with at birth the ability to run on land and water and climb and swim as far as dieting goes like. I said they're omnivores. It's a lot of plant material. Insects fruits small vertebrates. He's not sure how. Yeah that's that's omnivore divorce and You know they have natural predators like snakes and birds and keep these amazing lizards on their toes but there For the most part safe now immediately go smoke something bitch in watch hours upon hours of slow motion high definition footage of the Jesus Christ lizard running on water on Youtube. It is very fun to do. I did it last night. That's your animal. The week the Jesus Christ Lizard next segment. Oh Fun continues. The animals were fantastic so so many animals. Wow entire zoo it was it will we are like the Noah's Ark of Casting as everybody says that adopt that everybody what he says that about as everybody says that about as I heard I read a vulture article where they said that about as AJ. You're reading voltaire. Yeah I've been reading Voltaire here and there now what does volt your does music give us right. It's among other things media Voelkischer. Pay Us Yours. Forty five bucks for the exposure we just gave gave you. In addition to the animals we do a segment a reoccurring segment one of my favorites. Honestly newer segment. It is newer. It's a it's a similar the thing to stop the wikipedia when you're high but it's more current events. Okay happenings of today. We have to stay informed. They woke it's insane headline headline or insane headlines of the day depending on the episode. And now you're going to hear a lot of them insane headline of the day. This is an actual alert to pop up on my phone yesterday evening. A home invasion suspect got hit in the head by a machete-wielding eleven year old walked out of the hospital sparked manhunt that lasts more than a day. Woman gives birth at Pink Concert Concert. Two youngest pink fan ever man dies after contracting brain eating Amoeba Amoeba while swimming in lake. Former we're porn star found living in underground tunnels beneath Las Vegas. Hasbro toy company buys death. Row Records. Children encouraged to quote wrote. Build the wall in quote at Whitehouse Halloween party professor. Who wrote a book on drug crimes accused of money laundering Johnny Depp to to produce Michael Jackson musical starring singers Glove Walmart Pools Christmas sweaters? That mixed Santa with sex and cocaine duck has so so much sex that his penis writes off students. Serve teachers come. CRIPS come kreps crepes. Doc I it was the stupidest episode we've ever done. Yeah Okay so after we had the one about the Horny horny rats and then we had the one by Hitler's pedophile. I was like man. This is pretty out there episode. And now we have this. You got a problem with that. Jerry Oh oh I just usually you kind of like you know. We do read them out. It just sorta happened this way today. Man I can't help but look seven kids at alternating heights middle. The school were charged with delinquency. Felony counts accusing them of putting or conspiring to put bodily fluids in crafts. That were served the teachers that is so fucked up on so many levels all right all right what you know. What is you're GONNA be alright? Just wait the students This is from dispatch dot com off fourteen year. Old Boys in the eighth grade were charged in Delaware County Juvenile Court following a three month investigation allegation into an incident on May sixteenth in which several teachers eight crypts reportedly laced with semen and urine. The the cramps were part of a global gourmet cooking class. Judge takes okay okay. I've done a lot of things in my day right. I admitted to mini mini mini mini. Disturbing things in this in this podcast. I've admitted to doing meth off of a toilet seat in college. I have never done anything even remotely resembling or even considered or thought it any point in my life. What if I could get somebody else to ingest my bodily fluids or solids okay? That's you know what that's partially untrue. And I think we all know why the kid I have to leave leave it I have to leave it. I can't take it out. Oh Shit I've never. I will never understand this. This is some fucked up but I did do one thing at one. Point uh-huh jared at one point in high school at one point. This is a real story. It's a serious. I'm serious amid admit to fuck one point in high. School was a fuck up in high school. I was terrible child As I've mentioned I don't know if this your first episode ever you're probably never coming back and I'm sorry but if you if you never heard this show before I was. I was a problem child. I did a lot of drugs. In Highschool was not an attempt to paint in my parents divorced and in part of that area in part of that time period I did a bunch of ZANEX and We used to fuck luck with this teacher. This one teacher. I can't remember her last name and I'm glad I can't because I feel like if I tell the story and I knew her name she's just GonNa come find me and Sumi But we had a teacher who was a very nice lady in her defense. She was a really fun teacher and she was pretty good. I believe she was a history teacher in one. We used to fuck with though she was real fun to mess. With and at one point she left to go take a piss or something or do whatever teachers do and we went up to her desk and by me I mean we I mean me and one other kid and we put a bunch of staples in your coffee. That's really bad isn't isn't that fucked up staples Bro. That's not funny. We went up there. We'll just popping off the stage into a coffee drinker fucking coffee dude and she got it and thank God she didn't drink any of the staples but you got to the end. It was like why the fuck at staples in my Coffee Cup. What's wrong with you kids? And we're all laughing the and she's sitting minor desk like God. This world is fucked these kids put staples in my coffee but jared I'd rather eat fourteen staples of come do. That's actually really that you could have been. Dad charged with the exact same shit. They were. Yeah Dude no bullshit was a fucked up thing and that's like one of those things when you're a little kid it's like your horror stories about people like what happened in butterfly effect. They put the firecrackers in the mailbox. And it like blows a kids hand off or some shit. You always hear those horror stories about kids doing pranks Franks and then somebody ends up with a life altering thing. That was one of those. Where like I just got? Lucky fucking woman could have died for all. I know. I don't see you all of that. And it cut up her intestines and she's it's not good for you but point is I realized kids do stupid shit. Kids do stupid things. You don't know how what you're doing you don't realize the weight of your the consequences of your actions. This is not that I want to be very clear going out of your way to put semen or you're in into crips that you can serve your teachers. That's next level fucked up shit like that's like dude come crepes cause psychological harm jared. Yeah no proven by science. It's yeah well I don't know what the exact term it's not like it's like not rape forced in. Yeah Yeah it's not good good and yeah it's definitely that's definitely like the worst thing you can make somebody ingest unless you're Scott Tannen and you have to your parents in pie or whatever. Yeah that was good Oh let me taste the. Ta Scott Tasty Scat But one of the best episodes of any show ever made by the way Scott Tournament Mazda. Yeah the the staple things pretty fucked up taught high school kids do shit like that all the time. And it's like I here's also is rough about it like it's obviously at the time. What do you think you you you thought you were going to get caught like? Nah Man. I think I just was like most of the things you do in high school. I feel like are driven by like peer pressure. And we're all going to be cool. Yeah it was just one of the I think we were just in the moment we were just like popped off the staples and then like went and sat down in our seats in light. And you're all shitting your pants realize like Oh my God this what. I hope. She doesn't drink this coffee. It was bad. Yeah that's yeah I mean I mean yeah I think she like that happens the all hear stories about that too. There's there's I remember a while back. There was some high school kid who poured Like the dry erase liquid from the from the dry erase board. Oh opened up and for that and the teachers coffee poison. That's I'd never really thought about how dangerous Vena teacher was man. Yeah you'd be careful. Kids are out to get your ass feed you stuff creeps in staples and all kinds of nonsense. Three students have been charged with Delinquency Felony. The assault for either putting seen on teachers crepe bringing seaman and planning to put it on a crepe jer they brought pre-prepared pre-prepared pared semen. Or putting your in barbecue sauce poured on crips that we're fed to four teachers. That's these kids really how you got together learn plan this like a ray case gets created. Why would you do that? I don't know what do they get like. They must I have a lot of Shit fucked up on their heads. So it's funny to watch people eat there. Jizan piss four other students are charged with delinquency complicity to assault a teacher for participating disappointing. Aiding and abetting or doing nothing to stop it. One of those fours also charged with delinquency tampering with evidence for deleting video of the event along with text messages from his his phone. So they were gonNA film all this and try to go viral on social media right. That's what is okay kids. Who tried to their? They're eighth graders. They're morons would just way too much come stored up inside of them. Put It on campus. I can't I am like being a teacher. I never really thought about how like you're always like yeah. It must be really shitty dealing with high school kids but I never really thought about the actual danger to your like mental mental wellbeing. No Shit like Oh. This kid gave me a fucking like drink. Oh might have come in like. That's not something I've I think it's like as a teacher. It's almost like being a prison guard. It's like you can't take gifts from the students if somebody has an apple in two thousand nineteen as as a teacher. You gotta Ask Yourself Razor Blade on it. Is this a bunch of Mali in it. Am I gonNA be fucking trip and balls in an hour. Is this a CREPE. These are the questions you have to ask yourself shouts to all the teachers not being paid nearly an now not at all especially not in Colorado. Is that the worst place for it and I just know. They don't get paid while they're really but they do have pot. They do so that. That's gotTa Hell. I got that going for him. Good Lord the headlines. What a time to be alive? Aj this world that we live in. What a time I'm to be alive to close out this best of two thousand and nineteen episode for the Ross Bohlin. PODCAST here are a few very mature a very serious very politically correct and inoffensive segments very offensive it Mr. Aj here himself chose for us to enjoy AJ rated by me you would share your your Mythology methodology method. Your method of. Fuck me just say method China Padro your method for how you went about choosing these segments so honestly I try to find segments. That are really funny to me personally. First of all you some of your personal. Oh faith personal favorites stuff that I'll listen back to it. I'll just crack up does die laugh. There's some of the funniest discussions that you and I and and as as well as Mike and Jared is it Mr Barlow had yes the course of the year. We've had a number of conversations on this podcast album have been known to derail. We do say the least. It's fair to say that on occasion we've been known to get away from the outline. My my brain is always a just running a million miles per hour. So it's exhausting in here is very exhausting. Yeah so these segments are just you know just segments that I've found personally funny also a lot of other people to reached out to me. Oh yeah twitter swearing instagram. Instead of they found him just as funny. So I'm like I have throw these in here in look why am I will. What were you but we do get very silly and we talk about stuff that can be Sometimes offensive in sometimes outrageous. There's a reason for that in. It's the same thing I described at the top of today's episode that laughter and and and getting out of the seriousness of life and the drama of it. All is important and we try to entertain you you here. We want you to think about important stuff. We want you to make positive changes in your life. We WanNa make positive changes in our lives that we share with Y'ALL WE WANNA battle shit and go through stuff that we share and vice versa. But we also want to laugh everything about this show will always be wrapped in humor even the most dark and depressing shit. We will try to wrap it in humor because if view face it just straight up. It's it's too much and you also have to understand some of the funniest things like our. Our sense of humor can be a little bit dark at times. I'll I'll admit today God you do. Yeah no you. Keep me lighter than than this would be if it wasn't for you. And Mike and Jared sometimes some of the funniest things are the things that make. It's uncomfortable yes and it might be a little controversial whatever. Sure you'll have opposing opinions and thoughts and and what have you. Of course we do but the laughter is what brings us together. It's okay hit a laugh. It's okay it's okay. It's okay to find something. Funny that might not be politically correct or that might rub some people the wrong way. That's okay it's okay to like feet. Yes okay that being said here's some Silly some of the best silliest most ridiculous discussions some of age as favorites and some of mine is well in the light of y'alls We had from twenty nine thousand nine. Enjoy Post Malone Casey must graves chiefs another one. I thought should talk to you. Mean they're not chomping on the bit to get on here. What you don't think Casey must graves needs exposure? He's trying to sell records. Jezek Christmas special the biggest music podcast country music podcast in the whole country. Everybody knows that. What would you do? Cancel at one of her grammys performances. She agreed interview. I'd probably end up talking about the entire list of songs on the country. cookout with Guy Forget or the backlash because she recently posted a picture. Sure both feet on our twitter account. It was backlash to that will. Yeah I'm a backlash in the form of a bunch of foot-fetishists going absolute town. Oh Yeah Dude Foot foot foot guys no fence because I know some listeners. Definitely guys listening listenable. They're everywhere you don't realize it but there are a lot more guys than you realize and then have you ever tried to put yourself open their shoes. Have you ever tried to like the most recent the foot guy so this is just talked about this before we had a discussion before. Do we really. Yeah but one thing thing. It's I was watching that job. Hearing Tino movie it was Once upon a time in Hollywood and Tarantino has a foot fetish put feet all over the Goddamn movies you'd makes and and I remember trying to think to myself like all right man. This makes zero sense to you. You don't WanNa fuck afoot you'll never have. Let's think about it from Tarantino's perspective and try to see if we can at least understand. And like I I sorta get it like I sorta get a shoe but I'm not I'm not there. I'm not becoming a foot fetish fetish guide. Jared looks concerned but I sort of get it. I'm just saying like it's Margot Robbie foot it's still a piece of Margot Robbie just a foot with a five individual digits. I use your imagination. I guess bring forth. I don't understand fucking a foot still remember when Rex Ryan had a framed photo toes wife's foot on his on his coaching desk when he was a head coach. Jetties I guess you have to two feet. You can't fuck one because you press the feet together. Yeah Rex Ryan's career essentially really from that point on became only about how he's got a foot fit. I mean let's not lie. You're part of this to Ross At our old company literally our youtube videos of our video radio recorded podcasts. Were passed around in the foot fetish community. Remember that time. Some of us wouldn't wear shoes. I remember that story. This is not a joke. That was saying this as a good one Jarrett now I joke around a lot. This is real. It's annoying because jared says things that you just patently false. And when he starts saying them. You're like jared you fuck. This is not one of those things thinks that happened. We had now that we're talking about it. I'm a little concerned that we might bring forth that community somehow again. Fortunately our video set up at this point no longer involves involves feet or no you look here you can see my shoe. It's like front and center at this. God Oh God oh God put around a good camera where your feet or not exposed. Do you like this you sick fuck area stop it. Stop talking them off now they they love that do what they get off on your look directly to the camera. We'll have shows. This problem. Enjoy enjoy is that don't know how to handle it because we had. This situation unfolded our old company where there was guys watching our youtube videos. It was mostly men that were in the community and then we're attempting to purchase like socks shoes. From like Mike's laughing. We joke we would do it episode like we do episode. Where like I have my feet on the desk? But I didn't take my shoes off that day then like dude comments would be like. Please please take your shoes off next time. Yeah like it was fucking took his issues awful lot. He worked flip-flop slot and take those things. Jake leaned into it a little too hard on my for my comfort Jake might be one of those dudes I think I think Dylan got some. He had some propositions visions. Yeah A lot. It wasn't a game we could've made good money. We probably would've made more money than we did up that actual show at that point. We should should've gone with that. We don't have any advertisers but this episode is brought to you by my foot. We're GONNA photos of it and socks that have been worn and it's dance it all comes full. It does come full circle. Stand has talked about socks feet slash Ross and now a way to stay hydrated rb to forty two is also brought to you by liquid. IV The fastest most efficient way to stay hydrated. If you're trying to drink more water liquid. IV hydrates you two to three times faster and more efficiently than water alone with an added bonus of vitamin C B three three B Five B six twelve huge tailgating season. You hit hit a liquidity in the morning before you head out hit another one when you get back and boom. You're way better off than all your other boys who did not crush. Could I be like champions. You're good do good shop. Ideas donated one point. Five million sticks to date to places like Haiti. Uganda Puerto where to Rico. Most recently Nepal each purchase you make liquid ivy donates a serving to someone in need around the world liquid. Id's the fastest growing wellness brand. You can find him everywhere even Costco. So you can find it. I drink. You could find their hydration multiplayer. Sold at all cost goes nationwide liquid ideas. Delicious stuff is awesome. My mom is obsessed with it. Her entire Pantry Pantry is stock to the brim with it. Mine is now to as a result. I'm obsessed with what I V. I know you'll love it too right now. You get twenty five percent of liquid. IB DOT COM. Use The code. Ross at checkout that's twenty five percent off anything you order on Liquid Ivy's website go to Liquid Ivy dot com. Enter my Promo Code. Ross to get your savings and start getting better. hydration that's liquid liquid. Iv Dot Com Promo Code. Ross don't wait start properly hydrating today all their products utilize ct which is called cellular transport technology. It's a specific ratio issue of Glucose Sodium and potassium and when you mix it with sixteen ounces of water it helps your body absorb more of the water and nutrients you drink directly into your bloodstream. Bloodstream non GMO Vegan free of gluten dairy and soy clean ingredients liquid IV DOT COM. Promo Code Ross. The time Ross did meth so we have to quickly address again. Because I think we talked about this before and have talked about numerous times Maybe this dude named Parker who's in school at USC University of Southern California. I believe not gonNA shouts Parker. He will not stop harassing me about about about to speak more to the time that I tried. I did tell this story like it wasn't a segment though. I don't think if it was fuck it. It doesn't matter just casually headed meth more. We're over two hundred. So what's it hurt if I do want to one segment more than once right But so obviously in in college my first semester I was a mess like total shit bag. I was pledging in fraternity. I was on probation in for wheat arrest in Houston. I was cutting my own hair because the actives made me so I had like the worst haircut it was like worse than Lloyd and Dumb and dumber. I got uh-huh probation extended for repeatedly violating and getting arrested. I got a DWI IN MY P. When I was already on probation I don't even know if an MVP is a thing anymore a minor minor in possession of alcohol But generally I was drinking and doing drugs to a degree that is consistent with like total fuck up and at some point in that raging spiral my first semester of college. A pledge brother of mine One of the dudes that was trying to join the fraternity his first semester. Just like I was he asked me like hey. Have you ever tried meth and sort of laughed like Bro Methods for homeless people in trailer trash and Jesse paint man and I guess like if you're looking for comparison Harrison Jesse Pink men and season WANNA breaking bad is pretty much the level of shit bag that me and this pledge brother propositioning me a meth moment were on but for for whatever reason it was like I was like what the fuck meth and like. I don't know I'd be down to try once but that sounds like insane so he takes me this chicks dorm no act beat middle of campus one of those no a C. I don't even know if Y'all surely they've got a C.. In them now and we smoked some crystal out of this crazy chicks chicks pipe. This girl still don't know her no idea what her name was. Don't know how long we were there in her dorm. All I know is this. I was cracked out for like like the next six hours so it was like early evening when we smoke. Let's say it was like seven o'clock. I'm pretty confident. In you. Know fifteen years or move from this or however long it's been like three. Am I think is around the time it was when I was still cracked out tweaking balls locked out of the dorm like out front of the of Jackson Hall all at Texas State University pacing back and forth until somebody finally came and let me in and I think it was like somebody leaving to go study like they were going to hit the library to get awesome were cramming before they're eight eight eight an exam and I'm like out there on meth waiting to be let in like come on man and he didn't mean I've got uh-huh keycard man. It's just a dirty ass drug meth. That's what I'll say about it. It's a dirty hi. It's not a clean high in for if you've ever had to take like a really any medication so you know. Medications have generics that made all like how aspirin you can get Ibuprofen. Sure exactly ACAD- like for but for this exist for most drugs like for Zanex you out prasanna lamb All that stuff yeah. I don't like the different all the different anyway. The point is for most drugs you can get a a cheaper generic methods sort of like generic adderall. Almost like adderall cleaner high. The cleaner version of of it meth is just dirty. Just like if you've ever had an aunt or a what's the word. I'm looking for antibiotic antibiotic that was based with something cheap and Shitty like in Chinese most likely Then you got a tummy ache or you can kind of feel like the dirty cheap nature of the drug. Basically is what I mean like that happens with actual medication. It also happens with like hardcore illegal street drugs or you have a dirty high versus a clean in high and Meth is obviously a dirty high. which honestly I was shocked by that considering how much effort Walter and Jesse put into perfecting their formula? I thought thought it would be a little cleaner than it was I'm joking obviously met is made in like bathtubs in shit with like fucking chemicals that you can buy You know to clean the bathtub up so is bad for you. But I would. I would describe the highest like adderall mixed with caffeine if it was dumped down your throat after you didn't sleep for a few days so it's sort of like euphoric at first for sure like you get lifted but the comedown. The crash is worse than anything else I've ever done except ecstasy or MD Just because that like drain your serotonin levels so much and I was probably already like prone to depression. Probably my whole life and didn't know it so when I was taking ecstasy like the next day would be dark and I'd be like what's wrong with me why your Serotonin is gone. You stupid fuck But the crash on Meth is as you would expect. It is pretty brutal feel like an actual car crash. Yeah man it's just like nerves your nerves are all shot in your tired and your brain is like. Hey Man. Why did you do that to us? Does a hit you all at once. Essentially like you just hit a wall quick yet will come down. Yeah no low in. It's it's SORTA creeps on you and it sucks like the the drug when you smoke it. Hits you immediately almost abrupt. Yeah it is instant but the come down own it begins essentially ten seconds into the high you it starts to wear off but it's just a very slow amount of time that it wears off and it's like such such an intense high because it's fucking trash chemicals and your brain is what's happening the yeah. It's tough to adjust coming down from that. What what is the difference events with people who inject it instead of smoke it? I think it's supposed to be cleaner smoked. But the injecting gives you a pure more powerful high from what I understand so the movie that I recommended on earlier episode beautiful boy. Yeah that's a like I said but in like during that episode addicted to Meth. Yeah his addiction to Meth I among other drugs he was addicted to a lot but math was the main drug he was addicted to and he would injected and it made me think what you were just saying because in the movie were you Kinda see like as he's injecting methodist system like how he like gets this high really quick. Yeah and just like I guess when you're coming down like what so you're saying that it's so slow and painful you kind of suffering as you're coming down it's bad you almost needed immediately to shoot back into your system. It's to bring you back up again. You you bring up a really good point to like there are movies that very accurately depict the the result. The drugs have on people's bodies. They're also movies that do a horrific job of displaying. How a drug feels like just because a movie or television show displays a drug in a negative way or their look? They have to take creative eight of liberties in order to sort of display or try to convey the way that drugs affect and work on people. That doesn't mean it's how it is in reality like if you you watched an actual method spiral on screen. You five minutes in. You'd be like I'm GONNA go ahead and head home. This is fucked up or if again like you can't have the most realistic earthly version of a story. Unfold on screener. It wouldn't be fun to watch it when it's Timothy How do you say his last name? Charlemagne Alamein he's somebody was like you've got to get aj saying Timothy's last name correctly. And I was like bad. News Rondo is spelled as H. A. L.. I I forgot if it's an M. or an l.. After the first day a lot of people type in Timothy Charlemagne and that's not it it's sholom met sort of is what it looks like shallow met while I wanna say shallow may shot a may think is French but we can get some type of Youtube. Timothy Charlotte may pronounces his name in English French. How to pronounce Timothy Shallow? Let me see if I can get a good youtube one right quick. It'll hit us with late. An actual In Shalah `may that can't be right. I don't know and can't be right. I don't know if it's right. Look it doesn't matter Timothy's parents or him made a choice. When you decided to go to ease at the end number one right there you look we get to say your name however we want? Now you got too many vows call you. Timmy can't buy a vowel. Tim Yeah to me. We've gotta get him on the show Charlemagne but yeah Ah. AJ SP o one thing about meth. Well first of all just in case I wasn't clear it will kill you. You lose your skin your teeth and then eventually your life or you forgot to mention that part. Yes so don't don't do that Not Good for you by the way though. It's kind of crazy did you know. Third Eye Blind's ends songs. Semi charmed life is about a brutal crystal meth addiction. I did not shouts to my friend Ashley. This is actually something that I knew but I had an I had read about before. But we've never touched it on on the show and it's Kinda fascinating and crazy Third Eye blind semi charmed life is like one of the most famous songs of the entire nineties and early. Two thousand of our listeners. Don't know who third eye blind's you go but they will know if you type in this song and here at plan you'll be. I'm sure people will recognize that. If you hear you'll hear you'll know because it's been featured in a million movies and TV shows and you'll be like Oh shit yet that's not it's one of the more catchy Pop Hits of the past thirty fucking years definitely but it turns out hilariously it is about about Crystal Meth Addiction. And you as a child singing the song house it's like a happy song it's like a upbeat starts out like dude dude. Not all this happy fucking Shit in the the vibe the beat everything is like it's catchy. Upbeat right yeah. It's about Crystal Meth Addiction. So here's Stephen Jenkins of third. I blind he actually gave an interview in rolling stone. He said quote yeah. It's funny. I wrote a song about drugs and fucking and I'm pretty much much about clean living on the road. We can't even believe it got onto the radio Coming over you is really what it reports to be. She comes around and she goes down on me. It's it's not cryptic. It's about a time when my friends and I were at a primis concert and somebody brought speed. No one had taken it before four and like three weeks later all of my friends were addicted. Okay that's funny. That's hilarious quote. That's hilarious the area hilarious quotes Stephen Jenkins third. I bind explaining. He wrote this song in an attempt to try to like show. The destructive brutal brutal nature of Meth is being their most popular song ever. Yes and dude. If you came out in twenty nine thousand nine and tried to put this bitch on the radio it would probably get some pushback. I feel like we were so before the age of offensiveness. Nobody even picked up on. What was happening here? No I had like you said. We're a little kids along to the song I mean I had no freaking idea. Here's a here's a quote from Jenkins the frontman for third eye blind. He described the song on San San Francisco. San Francisco version of Lou. Reed's walk on the wild side. Here's a quote that he he gave billboard it's a dirty filthy song about snorting speed and getting blow jobs. It really is funny that people play it on the radio. The title semi charmed life refers to a life. It's all propped up. You know the beautiful people who lead bright and shiny lives that on the insider all fucked up. I'm not an advocate for drug use but I don't preach against it. People should think think of themselves when it comes to just out anything also really that was meaning behind the song as far as they they portrayed it as happy upbeat song but if you really looked into the lyrics oh it was really about that here. I'll give you the I'll give versus one by one because it's a very short and it's very quick. He's the first verse after all the news. I'm packed and I'm holding. I'm smiling and she's living and she's Golden. She lives for me says. She lives for me ovation. Her own motivation. She comes around and she goes down on me and I make her smile mile like a drug for you. Do ever what you WANNA do coming over. You keep on smiling what we go through one. Stop to the rhythm that divide you and I speak to you like the course is to the verse chop another line like a CODA with curse which apparently means According to genius a Coda is a musical term which has one one repeat a note or lyric a Kota with a curse would then be repetitive. Curse essentially Jenkins compares the cutting of Meth lines to a repetitive curse. First Clever what you'll notice if you delve into this song on genius is that it's incredibly well written. We miss that though as kids. I honestly I L I you reading it just now so blatant is right in front of you chop another line like Kota with a curse come on like a freak show takes the stage we give them the Games we play. Say and then we'll get into the course she goes down on me. Yeah no it's it's blatant eight years old man. It's super blatant. Here's verse to the sky. It was gold. It was rose. I was taking sips up into my nose and I wish I could get back there someplace back there smiling. The pictures you would take doing crystal meth will lift you up until you break. It says clearly says in the lyrics doing crystal meth will lift you up until you break. It won't stop. I won't come down. I keep stock with a tick. Tock rhythm a bump for the drop and then I bumped up. I took the hit that I was given that I bumped again then I bumped again. I said how do I get back to the place where I fell asleep. Sleep inside you. How do I get myself back to the place where you said I want something else Yada Yada Yada do the play? The song elementary school they still played on the radio. It's movies all all over the place. We will listen to it in class. I was taking sips up into my nose. So he's talking about like that initial method first time and how he wishes he could get back there To that first high which is always the thing with drug addicts you chase the original high the rest of your life and you never get it and he's talking about doing bomb doing another bomb to try to get back to where he was like. This is all incredibly well. Written Drug Addict Music And then there's a bridge. I believe in the sand beneath my toes the beach gives a feeling an earthy feeling I believe in the faith eight that grows and the four right chords can make me cry. When I'm with you I feel like I could die and that would be all right all right? And when the plane came in she said she was crashing. The velvet it rips in the city. We tripped on the urge to feel alive. But now I'm struggling to survive those days. You were wearing that velvet dress. You're the priestess. I must confess those little red panties they pass the test. So slide up round the belly face down on the mattress one and you hold me and we are broken still. It's all that I wanNA do just a little little now feel myself hovering off the ground. I'm scared I'm not coming down. No no and I won't run from my life. She's got her jaws now locked down smile but nothing is alright. Alright come down at the end. Got Laws lockdown and some you ever seen a meth head smile fucking teeth clenched together. And Shit I don't even consider it a smile. It's not terrifying fucked up. It's like there's like a normal like the flying off teeth. It's fucking disgusting anyway way. You're right though. There's a actually a very well in Song Ni. How like a poem is beautiful reading poetry? It's sort of this beautiful song about math and I mean came out. In Ninety seven is written by Kevin Cadigan Arianne Salazar and Stephan Jenkins the front man. I was kind of just shocked by How deep it is You know I never looked into it like that. Well Yeah I'm just shocked at the fact that we'll honestly we're a little kids listening to this in the car with our families at school. Cool every day why everyone is singing along to and it was one of those songs that got played like every ten songs on like ninety five the Buzzer. MTV played it. Yeah every day in the morning and stuff and because there's no curse words like it's not like there's fuck shit balls cock all over the place there was no beep snow blurs no. It's the whole song. Would play Fronta back here. Every single one of these lyrics at no point. Did you stop to say wait. Did he just say those Little Red Panties they pass the test. So slide them up around the belly Kelly face down on the mattress one. Yeah I never heard that for some reason. I'm actually going to go back. And listen to that song again see her brings a whole nother meaning to me now. It's another data. Yeah and then the out show he sort of gets back to like the whole sky was gold. It was rose. I was taking sips up into my nose and I wish I could get back there someplace back there. It's all about trying to get back To that original high. Whatever it's crazy now? I'm questioning all the other bands in the ninety S. What were they put now? Shit smashmouth these people did all star lot of drugs. I hope not probably heroin dude. Shrek will be ruined foo fighters. They probably have some songs about drugs they have to but Dave Grohl I. I feel like it's like the cleanest most well rounded human in the world is. He's great. I love that guy was a drummer for Nirvana. Yeah and then he went on and was like I. I guess I'll I have to do my own thing now. Who Fires are great so much fun dude and they put on a great show too we? He's a fun guy you know. He did that like whole tour on crutches that one where he was gonNA fucking in a thrown on stage or whatever. Yeah he'll still up. There is still rocking it anyway. Moving on rb to await is also brought to you by Lisa. I would argue that. Your mattress is up there with your television division in terms of important purchases that you're gonNa make for your home whether it's a house or apartment really doesn't matter wherever you live your television super important your bed just just as important but too many people make the wrong choice when it comes to picking a mattress and your mattress might be Kinda Shitty. Do you even remember where you got it. Do you wake up every morning. Feeling like you've won the lottery because you're matches sodium comfortable. I do on my hybrid by Lisa and you should join me. Lisa knows how important rest is to a better life. Lisa is the foundation of a healthier happier. You and to Lisa Abed is more than just a place to sleep. It's a place for relaxation and rest all their products at least have been bobbly designed to go beyond on creating a comfortable bed to transform your entire bedroom into a sanctuary. You actually want to spend time in. That's what Lisa is going to do for you. Their most advanced luxury hybrid rid. The one I have made with premium foams and springs for enhanced pressure relief with edge support the hybrid thoughtfully designed with the best of both worlds most comfortable mattress mattress. I've ever slept on. Were looked at or laid eyes on or body. It's fantastic could more highly recommended the hybrid but the lease fantastic as well. The the straight up. LEESA mattress is unbelievable. Early votes. The one that I got from my Mimi. They hooked up She's in a memory care unit with Alzheimer's and I went and visited her in her bed was fucking trash and first of all pissed me off and second of all I was like I got to do something to fix this and I hit up Lisa and they were kind enough to send my Mimi Lisa so that she doesn't have to sleep on a trash bed which is awesome but they do all kinds of good stuff for people? They believe that everybody should have access to depressed and relaxation. And as such they make it easy for us as their customers to know that we've made the right choice do their social impact initiatives tied each purchase for example Lisa donates one mattress for every ten they sell to organizations that working causes like Foster Care Prevention and today they've they've donated more than thirty three thousand mattresses more than one thousand nonprofits Lisa mattresses are made in the USA in home delivery and set up his available financing also available. Do not miss out. RVP Gang Healthier happier by resting deeper order today and you'll get fifteen percent off any matches for a limited time at least dot com slash or BP. Use the Promo code rb that's L. E.. Asa Dot com slash RVP. Promo Code Rb. Keep in mind you also get a one hundred nights risk free trial plus free shipping and returns. Turns IFS and buts are candies and nuts. That's that's the name of the secretary descriptive. Yeah so what we're GONNA do here is we're going to answer questions first off okay. We have a group of questions from AJ mostly hypotheticals a lot of IFS which is why the segments called if some butter candies and nuts. Because we're going to have some then. I have some other fantastic questions that I feel that from twitter that we didn't get to last episode so we're GonNa talk about. What was I supposed to come with questions? No Oh Mike Okay you bring you here for answers for not not from west I apologize. I apologize greatly. Then good we would. We will expect an apology after after each and every lack of answer to these questions first question. Aj Do you WanNa read them. You want me to. You can read it. I'll have a computer. I'm going to read a memory if when you died you could could. I want y'all to answer before me so pay attention. If you could cease to exist completely right you souls gone. There's no fucking anything the or wander the earth forever never being able to interact with anything. which would you choose? Kill me now. So zero existence over the the aimless ghost wandering not able to communicate or exaggerate just sounds so restless. Yea I like rest. I'd rather be dead and eternally Turnley restful than having to wander around. I've seen what I WANNA see. I've only been to New York twice. Maybe I'll go one more time and then I can die all once you want to check in on your loved ones in your friends. kind of see what they're up to now define. Aj you know what they're up to the same shit. They were up to before funny. Because obviously you go through all you could probably speak to. This is more when you're dealing with friends probably more so than close family when you have friends that pass away versus. Last year close family members you go through a mourning period and then eventually you you move on with your life. I mean will. Hopefully I say I say friends more so than close family because obviously if you lose a parent or like a grandparent or somebody close to you. That's GonNa that's GonNa hit you pretty deep for awhile different kind of impact verses than you know losing a friend or like an acquaintance or something it depends but I think for me. I'm with Mike. The problem is a I've seen a lot. I'm only thirty two men. I imagined by the time I get old. I'll be ready to go. Oh I feel like I've seen a Lotta Shit pretty much most of the stuff I wanna see like you Mike. Most of my things I still want or need or feel obligated located to see involve travel like I feel like I should spend more time in New York I should go to Europe. I've never been to Europe. I should you know I'd love to see like at least one random bad ass country. That's frozen like like Antarctica or Alaska or something well not to mention also possibly building a family shirt for absolute and going through that whole process. There's a there's a big difference between going Out Young and old you experience a lot of different types of shit any all that is to say like I also love sleeping and napping and and I don't know what do you do as a ghost. WHO's forced to a aimlessly? Yeah what are the rules. Yeah what do you get to do. What are the rules if you don't get to interact with anything which is all you can you? Can you possess people. Oh if I change the rules in. You're allowed to do it just one of the things whether it's spooked people out or possess them. Yeah I'm in. Yeah that's fun. Yeah then I'm in. Neither of those things would never find yes they would never get always enjoy reenact the movie beetlejuice in real life. Yeah no great example. Dude I actually would enjoy a miniature little town small town that I live seven and then pop out of the next question. If you could be a top tier professional athlete in any sport. What sport would you play? And then and then why dodgeball dodgeball professional dodgeball player. Mike would be. Is there. Such a thing as professional. That'd be right dodgeball movie. I mean there's the movie but based on an actual sport or is there actual dodgeball on. ESPN the Ocho in twenty nine thousand. Nine I don't know the answer dude. Who knows ran? The season of obscure sports dodgeball on. ESPN right now dude. There's pro bowling. There's pro Dr Not Bowling though. I'm not knocking. I used to bowl when I was younger. Bowling in a League Shit. I'm not knocking just saying I think I would pay out actually sleepiq tennis okay because I play tennis in high school but if you elect tennis and I haven't played in years I would. I would die if you challenged me to match today. But but if you're like the star because you don't have a team it's just you and it's an individual sport. It's an individual right and even more than golf though because in golf there's you know what fifty sixty dudes on the course. Plus their caddies plus the rules analysts plus the there's a lot of the whole thing is surrounded by people. Antennas this is literally you and one of the person and it's like that's where the focus the zone get into zone. It's a cult of personality with tennis school. I think mine would be FOOTBA. Aw because growing up I was always smaller. I was never really big enough to play football So it was always just a dream of mine. I guess I would wanNA play football especially especially in high school. I hated not being the kid who can play football like full on the Jackson stuff. I'm with you so I wanNA play football and specifically I'd want to be a wide wide receiver just because the position you want. We'll growing up. One of my favorite football players is Randy Moss. Right and so I've always thought it'd be so cool to just like run down the field and catch like a yard bomb straight cash on everyone chain your name. You know ready. Moss was the fucking man. I'll say this no one in the world expected and one of the three of us to answer with football as a result of mostly the head trauma stuff I think but it's funny Aj. I have I have some of the same feelings when I was little. I like in middle school. Oh for instance I hit puberty late and then even when I did. Y'All seen what happened. I just stretched upwards. Basically there was no mass added to my body. I'm just a fucking walking gumby out there and before I hit puberty I was the same. I was extremely skinny chicken legs and shit so I was like five to wait like one hundred pounds kid play football football at that stature. So Middle School I was not a starter. This is the only football career I had was. I played you know sixth and seventh grade or some shit I I was not a starter. I did not play very much when I did play. I was mostly trying not to die. I remember one specific. Play where I was. I was playing receiver and first of all nobody everything the ball but one of my teammates have made an incredible catch and was running for like a forty yard touchdown and I was sprinting. Down the field with him. Sort of like as a part of it like like we're doing it and as he's running he's gone. There's nobody coming close as he's running. One of the guys on the other team comes running up a side beside me right trying to chase him down and I mean he again. It's it's over. The play is over the touchdowns being scored and I couldn't resist was the only opportunity I was ever going to hit anybody. That wasn't paying attention. You laid them out. I laid that motherfucker the fuck out and the whole play got called back for a block in the back because to me it was worth it I never. I never got to hit anybody man. I never got to know what that felt like to be a giant human being amongst smaller human beings. Be The like physically overpowering force on the field. I never got the feel that it was opposite so I know what you mean. There was something to that like One of my good friends and middle school's name was Matt at the time. What's up Matt here? We don't we don't we haven't seen each other in like a decade and we interact on twitter now and he might listen to the show. I don't know he was a fucking animal. He was a beast. I remember watching this kid hit. You know the machine that they put out. That's got like six dummies on it. And you hit it has yeah. Yeah Yeah I mean he would crush that thing and I remember just watching him being like fuck dude. I WanNa kill something like that. I WANNA be able to like physically dominates something As but I was so small that I couldn't so that's the only reason I would consider. Football is if I was also able to like if I was able to put that part of it into it see. I thought you were GONNA say baseball. Actually just because you played baseball I figured dude naturally just you know that would be the sport that you'd want to be a pro. Football is not the one I would pick if I had to pick. It's just I'm just arguing like I. I see Y you would go that route it shocking. To so many people that you would I think mine is golf similarly assault. Okay similar reasons to my With slightly dial back. The tennis tennis is so exhausting. Bro You run nonstop for like five hours and I know the incredible shape. And they're awesome awesome But I think you have to be a little more killer instinct than I have to be the best tennis player Golf you you could be a little softer and you can also be an shitty shape and you can also smoke weed while you play or drink if that's your thing or whatever and it's like not professionally. Obviously you're not going to say. I'm pretty sure they drug test. Yeah they're not. They're not supposed to but I'm just saying that's probably what I would go in because it's the one that I still play recreationally myself I suck ass ask I would love to be great at it and it's relaxing it's the most relaxing leisurely sport. In my opinion. You know what would so me on. Gough is all the travel you get to go to all these type places around the world tennis too well but golf even more software to do and you're outdoors enjoying the scenery and shit. Yeah Yeah Yeah like in Scotland if you go play golf in Scotland. It's not like going to you know Play Tennis Scotland. Where you're in a stadium? You're outside so you're enjoying nature next question if you could call yourself when you were fifteen years old for a twenty minute conversation what would you tell yourself twin when you get twenty minutes. You're fifteen years old so in the peak of like the teenage Shit Storm Right. This is when you're realizing like Oh God God what do I do now. Life is terrifying twenty minutes. What would you tell yourself Aj? I'll tell myself stop cranking. You will not benefit at all whatsoever from doing this every hour of your life. How much time did you spend cranking at fifteen? That's the the lesson typical fifteen year. Old Man come on your fifteen what else are you doing. I don't know eating hot pockets and cranking take time Larry's hop on one hand peace in your other hand. Let's be real. Let's be real challenge. Either of you to come up with a more fuck about food than a hot pocket right now. If any food was ever made to be fucked it was a hot pocket. That's essentially sounds very painful. It's the flesh light of food there actually filled with lava. You don't want to know if you'RE GONNA burn. Aj obviously you got to be careful with how long were actual lava that they put in. I'm just saying you could fuck one in. It looks like it. Might I be enjoyable. They're also quite tasty. Make your pick no comment not after Edo onyx with the fuck it one or the other not both Mike. What would you tell yourself yourself years old twenty minutes? I would not comment on cranking be like your you know national average cranking happening. You're okay you're doing fine. Yeah that's the first thing you'd say to yourself Mike. It's Mike from the future. I've only got twenty minutes first off. You're doing great with the cranking. Keep it up well grain. You're a young. You don't know you like is this. Is this normal. What's happening? That's true level of holiness. Young like me is normal. It's fine line you need to channel that ordinance confidence a Oh yeah channel the Hornets in the confidence. And you know all those girls who come up to talk to you for no reason and you're like why are they talking to me. It's because they like you you dumb fuck so talk back to them and ask them out. That's what I would say. Oh yeah that was very listen. I I get it when I was a kid. I I've matured late and I was like. Oh that's a pretty girl's talking to me for half an hour for no reason anyway. That was about anyway Where's my comic book? Should have been more focused on the things that mattered Mike. I agree man fifteen year old me would need so many so many things said to him in a twenty minute period period to be saved How like how bad were you when you're fifteen? I was like that was right before I went fully off the deep end so I was like smoke a lot and I mean so. You're right on the verge of just totally going. Yeah Yeah Law. I had started to figure out the world wasn't what I thought it was and I was upset about that. And so basically it was when I started like I'm just gonNA smoke weed and drink as much as possible so that I don't hurt like that was basically when that began but I wasn't into like girls and stuff awhile hell. Oh Oh yeah yeah this is. This is a bad thing to bring up was around the divorce time. Yes so it was like it was high school for me pretty much. The whole of high school was figuring out that my parents weren't working and that they were going into inevitably get divorced and then them telling me of course like junior year whatever But so yeah that'll started to sort of unfold freshman sophomore year etc.. I think I would just just tell myself like be patient because there was a very long period of time in my life where I didn't know what the fuck I still don't know a lot of days what the fuck but it really didn't know what the fuck and I was frustrated in an angry and I wanted answers and it's like you have to be patient because life is long I know everybody says life. His short is long. And it gives you the opportunity to figure stuff out and learn stuff in fifteen. You don't know Dick yet and you got to be patient and allow yourself the opportunity to learn next question if you could bring back any canceled TV series which TV show. Would you choose to bring back. I think Mike should start this one because I'm sure you have a few you sure but all of the ones that I wanted to come back have pretty much come back. And then we're yeah we're in the era of like mediocre to Shitty remakes. Yes and Dan or reboots and it's all coming back I there's so many I had to think about it for a second. We'll see what what were some of those shows nine was arrested development. Say That semaine what I didn't realize and then they brought it back. I don't care for the Redo. The the reboot was it's not even like I don't WanNa dump on it or like terribles here but the first version of season four so not promising like seven episodes in Iran and never went back. I never watched any of it. Sam and I don't think I ever will won't benefit from watching these new episode. I don't WANNA use lachey original run that shit and just leave it at that. That's all you need. That's the show for me. Yeah Yeah I don't know my show would be Steve Austin's broken school ran because ask ah stand firmly that it's one of the great shows to ever be on TV. All right. And I'm telling you I'm telling you very entertaining it. Get your boys together you you got the other team a little bit resurrect any television show in history on. I'm calling up stone cold. I'm like hey we're bringing the show back my have another chance ranch again Dan. Richard did you ever listen to the episode where AJ At the front it was like. RVP Light one eight hundred. Remember which one it was. Funny Shit we were at the front of the show. It was like. Did you ever watch this show called broken Myra broken broken skull. When I was like no I figured it was his brand new show? Aj discovered that like snow snow. Hold with just now doing or something and that was why was pertinent to talk about right so like seven hours later on twitter I'm getting tweets from people like y'all know broken. Skull ranch came in two thousand fifteen or something like that. It's been canceled for years and years saying and I was like. Aj you opened up the podcast. Talking about a five year cancelled stone. Cold Steve Austin television show and he was like yeah. This is great. It's who I am in now. It's the one. He wants to resurrect as a problem with that. Can take it up with. Aj Mike if you're not familiar it's a reality competition. Show where you have. Please tell me more where you have. You even say that straight face you have the most shape amen and women they come on the show and they compete against each other or to try to win a cash. Prize sounds intriguing. And the one person who advances to the final round the after taking on the skull buster. Oh yeah this is elaborate obstacle course that stone cold put together himself at the skull Buster Bare Hands. Skull Buster is of course not a person yes snow snow. Yeah it's it's yeah. It's a course corps. I'm out now. See I also wanted to see the skull buster come out and bust. Skulls won't be people get their skulls. Busted go good never mind. I'm back in people get rocked pretty hard on that show. I'm in now. Oh Shit wait. They're giving him another show. The new reality show coming out. Oh my which is not related to that satisfy you or bring it up I am I am in on it. It's GONNA BE ON USA in it's going to be called straight straight up. Steve Austin it's just like an interview show they gotta do a better job with the like museums and cartridges version of his podcast. Is that what the world needed. They watch Jerry Seinfeld one of the great comedic minds to ever walk the face of the Earth doing comedians in cars with coffee or whatever the fuck and they were like we need this but stone cold. That's what we need. You know what I have made my choice. This apprentice I would bring back the Sopranos. Okay it wasn't canceled. It ended. Yeah but it's it's I want more time. Well now I wanNA give you the challenge of continuing the story. I'm GonNa leave that on your show. It's Kinda coming back it that's true it'll be the prequel film. Yeah no boss. Yes I want you to flesh out the entire next season the entire seat. What would if you wanted the Canadian you? You're going to have to give us like at least another season and you're gonNA have to map it all out I will. I will take that challenge challenge and present you with an outline of what I think. One more season of the Sopranos could have been. Okay we'll make that segment rb to six. That'd be a great idea I we'll do. I made my choice to be terriers from FX guys ever watched that Harriers one season show terriers completely bombed because people thought it was about dogs. It's not it's about Underprivileged private detectives in the Beach City. Of course that do all this all these underhanded terrible all things and Ha- deal struggle with mental illness and stuff so it was like a crime mystery show but it was really about the drama of these guys lives trying to pull themselves up and it was great head. DONAL logue Yeah Yeah. He's awesome Hell is he from Shit. He was indie original blade. anarchy sons of Van Argument. Gotham is the one that yeah he's actually likings and he's lots of good stuff. He owned that show. That show was great. No Shit terriers. Yes yes they might they. They did misstep when they named that. One for showers mistake. My first question was about to be is. Is it about not about a dog now. Okay next question if it had to be one season for the rest of time spring summer fall and winter or the seasons. If you needed a refresher which would you choose and why Nagin. Aj you want me to start. Now I'll start okay. We'll just go around the circle. This may shock you summer lie not spring. I don't like I actually fuck that. I'll go with Spring I was going to say because I don't like all the rain but we get so much in summer. Anyway it's pretty spotty. I feel like we get the same amount in summer as we get into anyways. Summers to God damn hot. It's just too hot winter. It's too cold fall. Leaves everywhere sick of raking and leave blowing flowing. Spring is like the perfect abby medium. You get some of the cooler days and you get some of the rainy days but there's a lot of sunshine especially in Texas where I'm from. It's still quite hot me many of the days and I prefer heat to cold so I'm GonNa go springtime flowers and butterflies and shit. Aj Your answer. My choice would be fall. Well actually because all I actually enjoy well. There's so many great things that happened in the fall. First of all Yeah football season huge. Try The number one thing. Also I think that's why a lot of people would pick for. Yeah then also you enter the holiday season where you have. Halloween thanksgiving giving in sick. Take three New Year's yeah big four. I guess what you consider that share but I enjoy a nice light breeze to where I can put on a Hoodie light hoodie weather or like a crew neck sweater or Cardigan. The fashion argument for winter. You can layer huge sure and a t shirt like an summer but you don't WanNa wear anything else you're so right and it's funny. I didn't realize that until I became an adult and like graduated to the real world. Bear Dudley one of my great friends. Who does his own show called club? Cool and he does oysters stews clams and cockles with me as my co host. He's the guy who like really taught me. This is why winter is great. Because it's actually cold and you can dress like people in other states get to dress all the time like New Yorkers and their fashion and all their coats and shit like we can't fucking do that here will die but in the winter we get an opportunity on some some of the day's to dress super fashioning. Why I say fall because it's that whatever? Yeah yeah sorry not winter. I don't even want to go outside if it's like thirty I didn't mean ended. Disrespect your season fall winter but I agree with. Aj Fall for all those reasons. Also if you guys have noticed the Lord God touch me with the what. I call the NERD gene did. Yeah so I am allergic to everything but fall somehow is a season that my allergies are not bothering me. The two months so when you when you say you're allergic to everything Do you just mean like you mean food and Shit like really yeah. I know some foods you're allergic to wheat Fuck Gluten you know. It's a big problem. Yeah Yeah as a big problem for shellfish Josh can do shellfish fish. Oh yeah that's right. You're a big oyster guy and doing all my God dude. I don't get to have them very often seven because my wife hates seafood. Yeah good. I'm with her Mike. That's always been like one of the things I've been most thankful for about myself. Not to Shit on you is that I don't have any food food allergies because it's all I've I remember You know I'm I'm a pretty neurotic. Human being I've spent a lot of time Sitting there like fuck. I hope I don't develop develop our Geeta this at some point. This is so good and then it never happened. And I'm fine but you. You're taking the bullet for me. y'All I will eat twice the amount of show fish it just for you but you know what Mike. It's okay because I have digestive issues. Yeah I have acid reflux all right so I can't eat like Ross Popeye's every day. I would literally die apologized. Contestants would rip open right so I I can't indulge. It is funny that you think I'm like the trash used eater of all time you've openly admitted to it. I I love pop. I'd the Popeye's and you'll go to sonic and get a chilly cheese coney every other day. Now what's going on like a yesterday. I had a smoothie for lunch and then tailor-made dinner like that's my normal some healthy. No No. She didn't make it was it was something. I can't eat shake shack now because they have a gluten free buns on the burgers. There you go. That's great fucking love. Shake check We got a few more questions here but I would be to. A five is also brought to you by Frank and oak new sponsor alert Frank and Oak. I'm always looking discover those key pieces of clothing that are versatile comfortable and stylish on top of that. I've been trying to find close at. Don't have a huge impact on the Environment Emmett. y'All are aware of most of you are aware of my general style. I'm more of a casual type of guy and shopping for myself can be a pain in the ass as a result because most dudes my age. There's a specific certain type of business casual. That's all they need in their closet and that's it and they're done but for me. It is a little bit more of a struggle account. You make a casual outfit. Look not so terrible or bummy right. You WanNa look good in casual. And that's why I'm so excited to tell you about style plan by Frank and oak again. New sponsor alert always support our newest sponsors and our sponsors in all of our sponsors Style the plan is awesome very very cool the way this works is you can either go with a subscription box style plan by frank okay. It's it's clothing for men and women curated hit by a combination of a mailing amazing stylists and a the process is very simple. You take a little quiz a style quiz. Then you'll get a preview of your monthly subscription description box based on the results of your style quiz and then you can take seven days to decide what you love from that subscription box and if you just send back would you don't want it's an incredible way to find new great clothing that fits into your style in your closet. You could also go with the flexible style plan. which is a subscription box with plenty of flexibility? Odi You can customize your choices and confirm what you'll be getting in your box before it ships you can skip a month or cancel at anytime. Shipping and returns are always free. You can get clothing with the purpose to style plan by Franken dedicated to providing you with purposefully designed products and timeless fashion pieces made ethically and then the sustainable style plan land products are made with ECO friendly processes some of the fabrics they work with include hemp linen and dinner made with up to ninety five percent less water than normal dim discover heard today. What your wardrobe has been missing good Franken Oak dot com slash? RVP that's F. R. A. N. K.. and AK DOT com slash. RV and get twenty five dollars off your first subscription box and try style plan by Franken oak completely risk free that's Franken oak dot com slash. Rb Twenty Eighty five dollars off your first subscription box frank and oak dot com slash our BP Kanye. West's Halloween costumes. That's not Kanye West and that costume. I believe it's him. Yeah in any of that is just like some driver but we we have to briefly discuss this. I'm over the course. It became revealed that the Kardashian family specifically the Kim Kardashian wing of Said family as they always do. They went all in for Halloween. Alouine sure but she shares their three costumes. Right there. Three the three of costumes for each member of their family. I they went as the Flintstones so you would assume Connie is going to be Fred Right Fred. The White Guy. That's not going to play. So you got Kim. As a Flintstone. The kids are all flintstones everybody looks normal like a Flintstone and then the photo is a giant purple dinosaur sure fully per no face showing no body showing purple giant right dinosaur and that's supposed to be Kanye West. It's not GonNa West in the second one. It's the cast of the movie sing. The children are all normal. Everyone's faces exposed as you can tell who everybody is and then there's connie a gigantic gorilla in a jumpsuit. With a bunny mask that he wears over his face. No facial exposed no reason reasonably Decem Absolutely no evidence to to tell us. That's the third is the most bizarre to me. It is a full. Every member of the family is dressed like a slug or an alien or. I don't know what this is but but again everybody you can tell they are all the kids are involved. They're all dressed up and then in the background is allegedly con- on your West in what is like the most detailed insane and horrifying alien costume ever seen straight out of a sci fi movie and again no reason to believe this is him on no way to tell no distinguishing features represented. Jesus be praised since this is crazy. There is no way this man is actually inside of these though like. Here's the thing best concert I've ever seen in my life live. Was the easiest concert for the tour which ironically now we've come all the way with him like from Jesus and proclaiming. I am a god to the Jesus King Album but uses say what you will about the music it will honestly. I didn't like the music as much as I'd like every album of his prior until I went and saw the concert. That was an album that was created for the live performance. It straight in the live performance was some shit's on in fact Jesus showed up at one point literally onstage. And you're like wow he really brought Jesus out. This is something else it's not. Actually Jesus folks it's just Jesus but there's a ballet a full blown mountain in the background and it was the craziest buck enjoy ever ever seen. But the whole time I'm he's performing that show he's wearing all these different incredibly high end designer masks like from Balmain Shit and you can't see his face so for the I like half hour you like. Everyone in the crowd is thinking the same thing Holy Shit. That's not him as it at some point. We're GONNA find out. That's that's not even him as it never happened. You never find out. I believe at some point towards the end of the show. He was performing without a mask on and I was GONNA say. Did you see his face at all. It toward the end but he went several different masks for the first like. I'm not playing like our and for all I know he was never really. They're just running track and then he came out for the end or whatever you know what. I'm saying yeah. Yeah I'm this is too much of this. Man's life is playing out like like art joke art. You know what I'm what was the name of that one performer who Jim Jim Carrey played him in a movie but he made like Andy Kaufman. Andy Kaufman. I used to do these incredible comedic performances. Where you could never tell he was kidding? Me Wasn't right I it just became like these. It's like a different arts version of comedy right and too much of this man's life is playing out like that I can't tell if he's kidding or he's trying to to make fun of us. I think you're giving too much credit. I think I think he's just lazy. This is part of the home and make music and have the Butler Go out with the kids for for Halloween in the big purple dinosaur costume. Yeah I mean maybe that's part of my problem. Though Mike I've been trying to give Kanye the West too much credit yes four for about five years straight. I haven't even heard the new album because I'm just done I'm done. You're not alone there are not I don't I don't i. Don't he's a sick man like you said something's not right. Yeah that being said if there's fans inside of these costumes were inside. The kill dozer. I'm on board with wearing any of the three next year and I believe that all three of these will be popular next year as a result of Kanye because not only are now able to be conde you another costume at the same time. Ut You can become as driver you too can become as driver as a as a purple dinosaur this or that will do it for today's best of twenty nineteen for the Ross Bohlin podcast. Thank y'all so much for riding with us this yes year. Welcome to those of you who are new listeners. Who just got through? Maybe this was your first episode. Ever we hope you enjoyed it. Aj and I hope to have you along for the ride throughout twenty twenty. We've actually got one more episode this year. I believe So there's twenty nine thousand nine hundred all the way over yet. I think we're GONNA have to fifty three coming at you Soon but we hope to have you along the right along for the ride in twenty twenty. We're GONNA have a fantastic year as we said. This year's lineup of guests was above and beyond what I could have expected Beyond my wildest dreams in terms of who were we were able to pull and talk with you told me for example that we would get to talk on the phone with scarface as he made a run for a city council seat in Houston A couple years ago I would've laughed you out of the room but that actually legitimately happened happened. Aj Yeah by the end up losing unfortunate but face got into a runoff with zero political experience. Yeah for a city council seat. That was a really big deal. It was head to head dude. No it was fuck literally they tied yeah and then they went to a runoff and then he lost he got stomped out of the run-off but that was sort of expected who's who's going up because they're important thing is that he put his name out there now. What absolutely is in the mix and people know who years you know as far as the political side and even more so I was thinking about this perspective scarface or face has now run for that city council seat. Whoever is in that seat is now been checked? Yeah because you know if you don't do your job faces out there. He's coming form so we've interviewed if you run for office and you don't win it doesn't mean you didn't contribute quite the contrary many times it can be an even bigger contribution than winning we see scarface our faces the voice of the streets. He is so you know and the neighborhood streets are always talking. End The elderly if you fuck with the elderly even a blade of grass. He said you're done. You're done but we're GONNA have an even more outrageous phenomenal lineup of guests coming in two thousand twenty. I can't wait to see who all we ended up getting to talk to speaking of seeing being. If you love listening to this show you can watch as well. You don't say all the episodes from twenty nineteen this whole year. The only place you've been able to watch patriots on dot com slash Ross. Bohlin podcast support the show in exchange for additional exclusive a AD free by the way are BP every month ad free or BP exclusively absolutely and additionally on patriots dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast each and every month in two thousand twenty coming to you It's just a way for us says to bring you more without advertisers. Basically you're paying directly for more content but more importantly supporting the show supporting bowling media and and we're giving you exclusive benefits in return example Merch merch alert a more than one of the hats right now. Aj's guy one of the hats. I've got about an entire room filled with t shirts and hats in my house. At this point they're going to go up and they're only going to be available in one place and you guessed it that places Patriot dot dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast only dues paying members of the RB P gang will have access to merge for now patriots dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast support. The movement support the show support the gang support boom media. Respect Mr Park. Follow us on Instagram at the Ross. Bohlin podcast one twitter at Ross. Ross Bohlin pod. Were on facebook. If you're the middle aged aunt of one of our listeners you can follow me. Ross Bowling on twitter instagram snapchat at W. R. B. O. L. E. N. at W. R. Boland. Aj also before I get to AJ. We have another show here. Bowlin media clams and cockles. It's our television and film. podcast asked were me and my best friend. Barrett Dudley discuss all of the best in TV and film formerly. OCC as we call it this is our VP. That's it was the number number. One game of thrones podcast in the world. It was during game of thrones run by the way those a hell of a run it was millions of downloads. We had a phenomenal time. We still have a very large listener base. Except now we talk about all the best in TV and in film at always tres clams and cockles available. Wherever you're listening to the Rose Bowl and podcast give them a follow on social? Was Well Mr. Aj where can we follow you. So you can find me on twitter and instagram and my handle is at capital. Aj Oh you should spell it yes so to spell it It C. A. P. I t. a. l.. Aj Fuck me with follow. How about that more he coming soon? Thank y'all again for all your support throughout twenty nine thousand nine. Hope you had a very merry Christmas happy kwanzaa Happy Hanukkah whatever holiday your celebrating. I hope you have a very happy new year. Continue to tune in if you've been along for the ride the whole time. I hope you enjoyed the best at twenty nineteen and got some laughs out of some of the more ridiculous or serious and fun or Enlightening segments guests that we had by the way throughout this year all of our new listeners. You're part of the gang now about the jumped in blood in blood out ready. Eighty no joke for real though and maybe maybe if you're not a new listener maybe you missed some of those segments in reminder you to go back and hit episodes may have skipped you buy I. I know you're all busy and we do a lot on this show and some of you. It's difficult to keep keep up. I know because I have a mother who keeps up with every single episode and I don't know how she does it it blows is my mind. She loves you very much she does. I love her to thank what's up. What's up dad was up Sam? Now all my relatives and family need hello What was my point? This happens a lot on the show to your closing things out. Forget things Oh but But Yeah hopefully this was enjoyable for all of y'all and Was a reminder of some of the laughs you had throughout the year or some of the need to go back and hit if you're new here hopefully gave you a good idea of what you have in store for those two hundred and fifty two backlogged episodes of our RVP. You can enjoy and what you have in store as a new member of the RVP gang moving twenty twenty remember Patriot dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast is the only place as you can get exclusive additional. Add free rb every month. This is outside of Apple. podcasts outside a spotify outside of soundcloud those are the other three places you can listen. Listen to us by the way the places we appreciate you listening to us. I know you can listen to us. We're don't do that though. Listen those three places and then get on Patriot for additional. ADD FREE RB EP. Plus that merge baby the merchants fire merchants Diane we're going to have more merge coming very very soon are already had more hats 'cause I was giving too many away which was a real your problem In the way we like to in the show here. Aj every single episode. I say several things. Yes now this list is growing longer as show has gone on but at this point. Here's how it goes pod. Man Gets paid respect. Mr Park strengthen strengthen honor gang gang gang peace be with you and also with you Go Low baby.

Aj Hey Ross Dick Cheney Cheney Taylor EMT Oregon AJ Houston Aj Jay Special golf baseball Texas Ross Bohlin intern Ross Bowl Zaidi Depression
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:03:00 hr | 1 year ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The home depots making it easy to turn your favorite moment into the perfect color for any room with the project color i'm upload any image then discover the colors and paint a match and now you're swiping the closer the everything you need for your next project and explore the most popular colors and trendy palace to find your perfect paid and get a colorful new experience with the project color abdul jabbar best bras with gallon starting from just twentyfive ninety seven at the home depot more saving more doing us only see store for details with the capital one saver card you earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment that four percent cashback on we scream for ice cream very end four percent while you're raymond that'd be capital one saver card earned four percent on dining and four percents on entertainment now when you in the family go out you cash in capital one what's in your wallet terms apply capital one bank usa today and if you do it the right way say look i buy time's up here an i would like to move on to greener pastures could you see what you could do an ad for the most part these gm's you're open open to it because they have become hit but the reality that the players control the jury it started years ago with lebron and he called the shots with the decision went down in miami in free agency and him being able to team up with dwayne wade being able to team up with chris bosh crater the big three now as we mentioned yesterday on the show the big three for the most part is now turning it's a big tools because of the max contracts and the fact you could really afford to put to the monitor team at the same time and still be able to pay a supporting cast to be part of the equation so there are some instances this is where eight big to is not gonna come into play in certain cities and they're gonna go with ensemble more than max money players but there are gonna be instances where you have younger players players in the fold see philadelphia end you're gonna be able to put together three max contracts because of the shorter term deals and the fact that they're coming off rookie contracts and they're not eligible for the max extension the way guys like russell westbrook work so it is kind of interesting and when they do get to the board of governors meetings in raleigh owners were in there and they're talking to adam silver i would imagine although none of them have said publicly that they're not gonna be too thrilled about the fact that the players in agents have kind of run in the league right now which all the risk is with ownership all the reward goes through the players on the surface because they get the guaranteed money but then because of the tv contracts and everything else dnb owners get their reward is well an it right now it's a win win forever buddy they have to keep harmonious labor going on the players i couldn't see any reason whatsoever that they would want this change in any way shape or form if they make demands on top opposite side would i would say gota hell if i was be owners but i'll be curious to see once they start talking labor again whether or not the subject comes up of reeling the players power back here now again to me i think this makes her a healthy league in that if you could put a second player on your team in what is now considered a wide open league you got something going on there an when you look at the power structure around the league and you look at steph and clay when clay comes back along with dream on dream i'm not a max player when you look at the ranting kyri in brooklyn when you look at gordon hayward an kemba walker in boston and that'll be curious another year removed from the injury as to how well fostered rebounds back and there's a lot of people that are counting them out and i would say in the words of lee corso not so fast my friend you look at milwaukee which jonassen chris middleton chris middleton not quite on that elite level but there were big to obviously you you look at why paul george with the clippers look at dockage end kristaps stops down in dallas it it these duo's are gonna have a lot of sway as to what direction they're team goes then it's gonna be the parts that they're able to put a ram editor of course how will the coach is able to put it all together on the court unfortunately the guy who is left hanging in the breeze was russell westbrook end what paul george went in at one of the things they've been dealing with in okay see is salary cap hell russell has a huge prohibitive nb amax ten year vet contract it's eight ton of money me a ton of money end it's made it unfortunately for him difficult to put additional pieces around him now paul george side the nice deal the four year deal instead of going west end he was able to team up with him every year there was no animosity there was nothing for what what reason i don't know why but the person that handles social media for kevin durant's on his own site talked about how nobody wants to play with westbrook and and and you know all the stuff i mean i i you know you really don't need to go down that road yeah obviously though but his contract if you wanna say something is untradable yeah you could traded out west kyle lowry is up in toronto but toronto show no inclination to do it they want a rebuild around younger players and they're getting ready to jettison contracts he's he's gonna make thirty five million this year thirty nine million her thirty eight and a half the following year forty one forty four and then forty seven million dollars the salary cap right now is a hundred nine so be almost half that makes it virtually impossible to put other players around him when he signed two hundred six million dollar almost two hundred seven million dollar no children six million seven hundred ninety four thousand of it is guaranteed so they can't get rid of the dead cap hit is a hundred and seventy one million dollars ownership was willing to go in that direction and russell westbrook was loyal you know but he now is in a situation where he's on an island the ozone you know when i get it you look at the salary and you say oh you know he's making so much right yeah okay but don't forget about what drives these guys number one money number two winning it's gonna be very difficult for him to win if he stays in oklahoma city the supporting cast is okay but that's all they got the young point guard alexander in the deal is gonna be an inability ability with presi to harvest in all those five draft picks and they're gonna have their own going forward and chances are pretty good they're gonna land of the lottery they got stephen adams but that's about it but that's about it so on the court it's all well good you win the bank account but on the court it's gotta be very difficult for them to do anything with him on this team now used it is interesting in that would be an interesting fit reuniting kevin hart and then you turn around an he said he would be very interesting going to miami there would be a have a lot of stuff that would have happened but it would put him in jimmy butler on the same team and it would certainly make the eastern conference pool lied or interesting with the two of them on the state but what he says what they have to give up it what happens start with damn i oughta file torrance dragic as part of it is dallas fact pattern that's great you know to make the numbers work it would be very addressing it officially okay see would be like all right when we come back we're gonna take a little trip the casa blanca will continue with for the anti gay right after this brief timeout bob black he's got cut it just it sports overnight america on sirius xm channel two oh i don't you gotta shake loose right away shark yes slash health westbrook has a subtle in china man is suing boeing empire principles that made it'd be doing in front of dating maybe butler book and i guess jimmy babies wrong good ideas or listening to sports overnight america what a fly somewhere looking for cheap flights or or cheap tickets then call that's right call the low cost airline travel hotline now for prices so low we can't publish them anywhere low cost airlines has all kinds of cheap travel deals fly domestically and save up to seventy five percent even even fly internationally and save even more yes fly anywhere in the world and save a lot of money on your plane tickets will even save you money with cheap travel deals on hotels rental cars even complete travel packages so don't book you're tickets until you call us first first for the absolute cheapest prices on you as an international airline tickets and hotel call right now for prices so low they can't be published travel experts are here twenty four seven to help eight hundred seven five four four five five three one eight hundred seven five four four five three one eight hundred seven five four four five three one that's eight hundred seven five four forty five thirty one it has been said that everyone has a book in but she had the time of their ability to write your book maybe you picked up some skills or had a life experience that you want a pass on in the form of a book to help others maybe you wanna leave an autobiography for your family or maybe you build a successful business and you share your story at dorrance publishing company we have professional writers who can help turn your book idea into a finished manuscript quickly and affordably a dorrance ghostwriter can provide as much or as little help as you need to complete your book you'll work directly with your ghost rider finish your book faster than you ever could on your own it's easy to become a published author called dorrance now to learn more eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five five six zero zero three eight hundred four eight five six zero zero three call right now that number is eight hundred four eight five six thousand three repaid less for craft matic today than we did twenty years ago if you're still searching for the perfect solution to a good night's sleep call now for prices and free information on today's craft matic adjustable dads and then decide when you see how little they cost rating number one by consumers nationwide on consumer affairs dot com craft matic that's coming all mattress types including cooled gel memory foam for up to fifty percent less than today's leading memory foam brand enjoy temporary relief of low back pain for circulation nighttime heartburn mild arthritis he'll sleep better in a craft matic adjustable beds so if you're still searching for the perfect solution to a good night's sleep call now for prices and information and then decide when you see how little they cost discover craft matic for less up to fifty percent less than today's leading memory foam brand call one eight hundred three seven one ninety six oh wait that's one eight hundred three seven one ninety six oh eight call one eight hundred three seven one ninety six oh wait call now you know request and you're just not with the gotcha bank one would think you've been doing that's all you alive what makes you think i have owned nothing but when you came to catch a guy talk to you a thought why watch right i have to think about those two together and create wedding they got lucky break yesterday they were just to german clicks today they're dead very scenic imperious rickety to forgive me for saying forget thank you know oh i forgot you never drink i have another please inspires me don't you know i gave you thought i probably would between oh objected kind of business said do you think of all of poor refugees much rocking is crazy if i didn't help well that's not so bad through ways of my own i provided over their visas price who got t rowe price but think of all of that ones who can be turned off getty for them plant is that so i don't mind i tried to write one yeah he's got a point welcome back jack black black update brought to you by our good friends at the weather channel weather dot the high of seventy one currently feels like seventy one lows will be sixty seven man this is temperate weather man i just in africa i just thought it would be steaming hot nasty in and now now now not so much hi it's gonna be seventy five a little bit of chance of rain twenty percent chance today tonight only ten percent so enjoy yourself in casa blanca but article which is the coolest city ever a block of north carolina not so bad as as well i'm gonna be seventy four degrees currently feels like seventy four lows gonna be seventy one high is gonna be any sex got a forty percent chance of rain so just make sure you're packing umbrella somewhere in there as you're heading to the beach in costs a block of north carolina which dilatory the december is no longer the coldest city my knees well we're back with attack and i saw this headline line a over in the commercial that a monte el was an amari stottlemyre or working out a hoping to hook up with the golden state or elway come on give me a break please stop retire go way m i a you know what's interesting an people forget this about the owner of the golden state warriors when they traded away taylor's an any off season and he went to center court on opening night they introduced a new team he got booed he got booed perpetrating way mark ellis among a couple of guys but specifically montvale us and the fans of golden state were not appreciative of the dynasty that was about the cop a it's a workout in las vegas i'm sure nobody will be impressed 'em but there's twelve teams there so they're gonna check it out at least 'em ellis's thirty three didn't even mention style the myers age that tells me is i i guess if you could still shoot that's one thing but i can't imagine any of these teams would pick up a like we were talking about these deep oklahoma city thunder gonna have some things to deal with the lakers are as well because they re signed rage on rondo which is fine he's one of the great point guards in the history of the game in my opinion a below average shooter which in today's it'd be a suicide but he will put the rock exactly where it needs to be an one things that one thing that they're gonna talk about and it's gonna be interesting because with what they have on the roster with kyle coups while the roster and with anthony davis on the roster shy boogie cousins they handle the ball on a regular basis and you have in the three any kouzmines okay shooting the three bogey is okay shooting the three lebron is okay shooting the three lebron brian james at least according to the report on nb dot com is going to be the starting point guard for the lakers point guard not point forward point guard we'll see how that plays out now one thing about lebron although he is ball centric what he's going to the basket he does dish when he has the opportunity he is tenth all time in the league with eight thousand six hundred and sixty to assess his within striking distance of gary payton and isaiah thomas zeke not the one in the league now i you look at who they have it's danny green the aforementioned demarcus cousins quinn cook jared dudley troy daniel they've avery bradley who they just signed and rage on rondo i would think that it would be a fluid situation depending on who's on the court at the given time frank vogel so solid coach but they have talked about this he in vogel and they're going to put the ball in lebron's hands and let him be the point guard bringing the ball up the court on a consistent basis now the decision do this is going to be interesting for number of reasons it adds another the other level of responsibility to lebron james's game number one number two he's very good passer so don't be surprised if he's averaging eight nine ten assess so the season if they keep him there so they entire year but what's going to happen an i think this is where it gets very interesting for the lakers they're gonna have to have demarcus cousins back at full strength with the ability to penn defend the pick and roll because if lebron james is playing the point he's gonna beat off the dribble are consistent basis like a red headed stepchild that's just how it is so i would imagine that avery avery bradley is going to be the two guard and he's gotta be the the guy with the defense of responsibility on these other teams point guard or whoever's bringing the ball up the court because lebron at this point is career he's just not up to the task he can extend all that energy on offense and it'd be expected to defend the primary ball handler on defense at thirty five years of age is just not gonna happen it's not gonna happen now rage on rondo plays decent defense but he's also old band i would imagine what rondos on the court that he'll be the primary ball handler an lebron will go back to being the point forward and they'll share the duties but i can't see this i i would have to see avery bradley in the starting lineup i just would for defensive offensive purposes and they're gonna have to hope that the marcus cousins recovers enough foot speed where he can guard the paid because if not they're they're gonna be a sip when it comes to defense did this team they've got the four to one odds in vegas to to win the title don't be so sure seriously don't be so sure now and in other moves the hawks added jabbari parker former number two overall pick pick who broke his leg coming into the league literally in his second game tough tough they will see whether or not he could resurrect his career it's been a tough go for him really has a one of the things we were talking about okay see earlier is you've got a situation there and again this shows the power of the player is opposed to their organizations is asians daydream upped their lives no and he asked them to let him reconsider his status as a free agent michael scholar who just they just gotten a trade made an alex burke alec burks they're allowing them to reconsider their deals now supposedly virtual changed his mind signed a one year deal with the warriors 'em but scholar has said he will stay so that's okay you know it's it's a one one deal i'm like i said jabbari parker he's got a one in one is well thirteen million on land a team that's trying to accumulate some depth a parka slid this time last year between the bulls in the wizards famously saying i don't play defense when he was with the bulls in the bulls were like well okay go not play defense with washington a is only twenty four years result i i don't know if coach brought couldn't get through to him i'm sorry the he moves from coach but the new coach janet lana could get through to i i you know he's a talented guy but you have to play some defense in his league particularly if you're a big man that that is exactly what they count on you for sure i go green go back to the clippers getting up there in age but he was a key bench piece of them last year average nine and a half points and six and a half rebounds in you know again now be non max free agents the starting to fill in the slot and all that fun stuff and rosters of being filled out in the heavy duty lifting is dawn when it comes to free agency but like i said if you're gonna start and i guess will start with the lakers and throughout the rest of the week will talk about winners and losers and all that kind of fun stuff and it wasn't even so much free agency it was more the trade with anthony davis at the lakers just they're not being run in a very efficient way they they didn't put the language and the deal where they put it off past the initial signing day four day official day for trade so they couldn't open up another max lot they tried to do it by cutting the roster they're close but there's not a second max lot they could have gotten co why in there with some maneuvering but he jolted the an rob pelinka timmy is in way over his head i'm a maybe makes a liar adamy but when i look at this roster it's not dissimilar so last year they re upped avail mcgee they've got bogey and i hope that works out bogey deserves a break and it's cow kouzmin anthony davis and lebron james and everybody else i don't wanna call describes but they're at odds an they still don't have anybody who's particularly good at shooting the three straight which is going to be their achilles heel no pun intended to marcus next year so will say all right when we come back we're gonna finish break it down the lakers wrap up this edition of the attack i am bob black he is got cutting don't go the high dribble that's what that's what i drive you're listening to sports overnight america people attention to anyone that's written a new book oh wants to write a book the process is not that complicated take a first step even if you write a page a day you'll build momentum to end your book will become a reality the hard part is getting it published that's when you need to call page publishing they've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new authors just like you they make the process of publishing your new book and getting it sold online a simple process you could learn how simple it is right now by calling figure free page publishing new author submission kit one quick three minute phone call that's all it takes to get free information and learn now you can get your book published pick up your phone right now and call us twenty four hours a day at this number eight hundred six three oh eight eight five eight hundred six three oh eight eight five eight hundred six oh three oh wait eight five that's eight hundred six oh three oh wait eight five hey travelers do you want to save money on your next flight since pick up the phone and call that's right call because the best prices are not online they're with smartfares see smartfares has special deals with the airlines when they have unsold seats they use smartfares to fill them so you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices our prices are to low to publish online with the extra money you'll save you can book another trip for treat yourself to dinner or shopping so stop searching all of those travel sites to find the lowest price on your next flight let one of our smartfares expert travel agents find ridiculously low prices for you call smartfares today and get the best price on your next flight guaranteed also save up to fifty percent off business and first class tickets eight five five three to five one seven eight eight five five three to five one seven eight oh that's eight five five three to five seventeen eighty this is an urgent health notice for all residents suffering from back neck knee and wrist pain you may qualify for our pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you but the deadline is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline now you heard right you may qualify for a pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace these items may even be covered by medicare or your private insurance the health alert hotline is your brace company these specialized braces have been tested for pain relief call us toll free right now to determine your eligibility and to learn how to use your private insurance or medicare to minimize your out of pocket cost don't wait at the deadline passes you may lose your opportunity to get pain relieving back neck knee or wrist brace at little or no cost to you eight hundred four three oh nine five seven one eight hundred four three oh nine five seven one eight hundred four three oh nine five seven one one that's eight hundred four three oh ninety five seventy one time from the very first now more of the sports talk with bob black here on sports overnight america fucking back jack black cutty you celebrate the women and i don't celebrate suburban women let's put it that way i did like an american flag dragging on the ground as they were doing a history onyx towards the crowds the videos out there watch it pay attention to it you're representing the country pay attention a as we were talking about envy eight am i gonna start breaking it down team by team winners losers why it's wide open who should be favored who shouldn't be favored going forward were finishing up with the lakers right now i like i said i think they're gonna contend i don't know that they should be favorites for dnv eight title 'em they're kind of co favorites right now with the clippers spurs beat the clippers have a much better all around team and they have the guy who is the best all around two way player in the game in hawaii leonard he's he's just that good an he got as robyn the batman it paul george you're both happy they both back in a way where they wanna be an you gotta give a lot of credit helps okay it it's it's so we'll see how plays out on the court which is cool but when it comes down to it i don't i don't think the lakers are in their in their league august same level i just don't i don't think so we'll find out you will find out i that's gonna do it for this edition of they attack make sure you stay to roller programming here in a network that's a damn good stuff coming out out in front of us until we meet again at about forty three hours about black you've got cutting a great day everybody in and around the she she you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio now pardon me newsbeat dot com a public service newscaster motivational i hate twenty nineteen by by clifford as california continues the cleanup from earthquakes schools in states like washington are in danger of major damage also on the one day run down a weekend march colfer attention to the need for election reform plus a look at why many u s jails are overcrowded now are top stories shaken residents were cleaning up sunday from two of the biggest earthquakes to ronald california in decades he associated press reporting that comes is scientists warned that both should serve as a wakeup call to be ready when he long grinning big one strikes california's already spending more than sixty million dollars to solve thousands of quake detecting sensors statewide officials say will give utilities and trades precious seconds to sucked dow before the shaking starts vip reports a magnitude six point four earthquake thursday at a seven point five quake friday or saturday near a small dessert town about a hundred fifty miles from los angeles meantime are eric kick it off reports ground shaking new research finds many washington state public schools are at high risk of serious damage in earthquake now washington geologic survey school seismic safety project looked at two hundred twenty two schools across the state were about five percent of the total it found that in a major earthquake a majority of the buildings will receive a red tack or be unsafe to occupy in the quarter wouldn't be repairable at all chief hauser's geologist on the steady corrina force in says her team did indepth analysis of fifteen schools and it's only agreed coast range from sixty two thousand dollars to five million even though the price tag teams remarkable and very high the estimated cost to replace these buildings is much much higher and so investing now will help save wives an a lot of money in the long run for the notes a wide ranging costs illustrates the need for specific site assessment most of the school buildings were constructed before nineteen seventy five the washington adopted a state wide building code according to this study washington ranked second in the nation for earthquake risk with the highest risk in the western part of the state in washington state lawmakers set aside two point two billion dollars with card by adding that will continue to do these schools seismic safety project which will survey about fritter fifty buildings at focus on the schools threatened by an earthquake triggered sudani as a march for public funding of political campaigns is well say presidential town hall capped off the independence weekend in new hampshire the sunday march was inspired by granite state data door screening had who at the age of ninety walked across the country in two thousand the promote campaign finance reform haddock attracted bipartisan support back then including then you as senators russ feingold and john mccain olivia's inc of the group and democracy in an organizer this week's march sees that aspect is critical in polarized politically environment shifts finance refiners harry potter since and we want every candidate republican and democrat party is to be talking about what we need to fix our democracy we really need a system that represents all of our voices billionaire should not be picking who can run for office the march beginning to remain in ended in downtown portsmouth maine has a system of voluntary public campaign financing so zinke says the march with symbolically bringing similar election reforms to new hampshire following the march in speeches in market square some marches walked up the street to the democracy townhall co hosted by the group equal citizens meantime the costa being transported to a hospital in a medical helicopter jumped by sixty percent in just four years that he a rubber god has a report between two thousand twelve in two thousand sixteen according to a new report patients in kentucky end across the country are getting surprise bills for thirty nine thousand dollars on average for these life saving trips the findings from johns hopkins university researchers come as hospitals in at least four kentucky townie adair fulton nicolas an owen have shut their doors whitney corby as a nurse who survived a car wreck six years ago she says without access to a helicopter ambulance she might not be here today on the helicopter i want coma and then when i got there they did all the tests and everything in the doctor came out and he told my parents that if i hadn't been flown would not have survived some experts say insurance companies should be required cover emergency medical services most currently do not recent public outcry over high medical bills has gotten me attention of congress but there is no legislation on the books that specifically addresses air ambulance cost that report shows people people living in rural areas of the most likely to be affected by high air medical service fees and finally dan hyman reports across america the population of local and regional jails has tripled in the last forty years in prison policy initiative of examined usa justice department and past census data from the nineteen eighties to twenty sixteen wander bertram with initiatives says they found pretrial detention is a major factor as many detainees either can't afford their bail or judges won't release some own personal recognizance the cree child population which is much bigger than it was ten or twenty years ago is primarily what's driving crowding local jails you the people that have not yet been convicted of crimes that are being held for their child some jurisdictions have seen promising results by doing away with cash bail is dead releasing folks headed there trout and following up with reminders my clifford dykes restart you're weak republicans service we are member listrik supporter it rob line at public to start start orgy free talk live as always you can take control of the airwaves number eight five five four five zero three seven three three which you tonight it's aria denmark and we've got aid terrifying story here that's the word i was looking for about how the f b i n ice or using driver's license photos without owner's knowledge or consent evidently it say it's a gold mine for these facial recognition software being used used by the f b i and by ice hearkens back i think quite a bit to the chinese government and what they're doing in certain certain murray they have that yeah that social credit system of theirs and they're tracking all their citizens i mean you knew that a at some point or another some government was gonna come along and say this is not such a bad idea let's try that it absolutely was but evidently oh let's go to the phones because this is free talk live and you can talk about but whatever you want let's go to the phones we got stone calling in from north carolina stone you're on free talk live hey thanks aria and mark mark i listened to your show from last night and i just wanted to a possibly correct some of the things that were said a based on what i've been reading on the internet a if you don't mind no go right ahead apparently there's a so we were talking about last night be oh gosh what what's what's the guy's name the main epstein being arrested for child sex trafficking yeah what shows that easy it was like rearrested first child sex three rearrested it now recharged conviction but he's already had i it's very bizarre so that's the first time he got hell of a deal from agreed prosecutors well i mean it seems like he's been backup to his old trick santini rendered obsesses assistance to v f b i as they a part of that agreement and i think that that's a real problem but it also carried with the stipulation that none of his coconspirators could be charged mel surpri surpri yeah i mean well well there's a lot of problems obviously what the system on an hour you know the the older gerke of having a at a rich and powerful group of people running hundreds of millions of people's live and is kind of an example of how it's compounded and obviously 'em we agree on a lot of issues said yeah so children or or people that are teenagers a should have a certain amount of autonomy and be able to contract and and such but a you you'd said a last night i believe that the girls were getting paid thousands of dollars or i think you said from a two hundred to a thousand dollars a was what the article said no but i mean that sounds like a pretty good deal i mean just reporting yeah yeah so there's a book i'm looking at the new york post dot or and why post dot com article from two thousand sixteen and it's basically talking about a book called filthy rich by james patterson where a lot of the information about these allegations is james read that rights fiction does he not i don't know that that's my question all right go ahead i thought the subtitle of the book is the shocking true story of jeffrey epstein all right a an anyway anyway so the i guess the issue is for me that a one of the allegations in the book is that a girl who went by the name of alison a whiz purportedly hired as a teenager per per giving him a massage and she made it explicitly clear that she didn't want to be penetrated in her allegation is the key bender over the table and penetrated her an for a massage is a if you're hired to do a massage even in erotic massage offer one or two hundred dollars and a the client benji over the table without you're explicit consent well that's already been any context yeah that's right i mean the people in power what they agree to prior to that right penetrating somewhat without their consent is rape exactly in in the i looked at the allegations in james patterson is indeed a fiction writer it doesn't mean he can't write fiction yeah tom clancy wrote some nonfiction books about a tank warfare and but i'm concerned it's gonna be more along the lines of what dan brown does which is essentially taken idea say you know this is one hundred percent based on fact it's not i don't wanna be put into the ring around realm of defending this seen person he sounds like a despicable human being and i think i used the term sick a half a dozen times last night in in talks will i would have to ask what the agents at the girl said he was sleeping with hot asli i think they started with a four fourteen was the lowest age that we were told about another thirteen their their thirteen year olds that are alleging a country okay you know i mean there's there you go so thirteen is the age and that to me seems too young for a to be make a fully informed decision about these sorts of things however i you know if i if i end up in a situation where i'm trying to determine well do we need a state to solve this particular problem no i think this is ultimately comes down to bad parenting i don't have a thirteen year old girl but i do have an eleven year old boy and he's never been in a situation where some stranger could possibly offer him some ridiculous amount of money i mean if you're a thirteen year olds going someplace to give a sixty six year old billionaire a massage you've got parenting problems yeah i think most of their parents were aware of that and most of that hopefully facilitated it i don't know i i'm speculating now to be fair one well a yeah no i i agree that the government does exacerbate problems of a parenting and that through taking children and putting them in a homes and a lot of the children that have been working with the the prosecutors these are from a group homes there were other kind of social homes but they're the guy sounds like a predator they're always gonna find end the way defined the week i mean there's no doubt about that certainly but i bet i bet the girls spent the money to yeah yeah more than likely 'em definitely i mean but i'm just saying so so the government exacerbates the problem by by making it illegal to contract certain services a even for adults and then you know children or or teenagers in the situation a they're already involved in in a in a black market activity of of erotic massage on adult a so it it definitely makes it very difficult to run it's a great thing right yeah well i don't know that reporting it would have done much good 'em one of the parents of these girls did in fact reported to the police and it was what led to his thirteen months incarceration where he spent twelve hours a day in work release despite the fact that sex offenders are not supposed to be granted work release in that county in the first place so i don't know what good reporting it would really have done i'm honestly i'm not sure that as long as there wasn't any coercion and violence ten fault that he really did anything immoral well it sounds like there was i it doesn't it wouldn't surprise me at all if this guy had a you know here's clear he he he thrived on power certainly must billionaires to that's how that ties it doesn't surprise me i don't know if that's true but you know i it's it seems like this guy thrives on power in a guy that thrives on power when they get you know once they're in the room with young gal it appears the gals in this circumstance then a you know i mean that they used a little bit of a force to get what he wants yeah that doesn't surprise me at all i don't think he's thinking about the libertarian lines between what is co workers in an what is voluntary action in the hayes enos that's a you know being a post pugh bessant adolescence you know how all these these my new shove it all i would i imagine he's not he's just saying i'm gonna get mine and as i understand it you're talking about in some cases two times a day i mean you know this is a ferocious appetite for a you know a i dunno abuse sounds like to me but it exactly and i guess my point is the at 'em in a in a libertarian world a it might be possible for people to have sex with teenagers legitimately but when you're dealing with someone very sophisticated adults who has so much more intelligence and experience in manipulating people a and they're they're willing to use some threats of violence they're willing to a used intimidation and essentially the the force the threat of force from in adult against the young teenager i think it is done and like i said in the case of some of these children what you're not necessarily wrong i i would agree that these states presence in this entire thing really screwed things up stone and we wanna thank you for the call if you have thoughts so the subject give us a call that number eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight five five four fifty free as in free talk live is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency in peace around the globe worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to are internet feed l r n dot fm broadcast on frito air satellite across north and central america as well a sub saharan africa an we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since twenty ten de l r n dot fm free air satellites signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world and there's no doubt or ideas are making an impact you could learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot l r n dot fm and if you'd like to help free minds globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency end piece you can donate as little as two dollars per month veal fund dot l r n dot fm you can help us continue add expand or satellite broadcaster multiple continents and that's visit sunrise dot l r n dot fm today and thank you for your help don't forget the share the link on social media that's fun dot l r n dot fm is oral health important to you if you don't like your own teeth fresh breath kissing people then by all means stop listening several years ago so i met just a car amazon founder and ceo of my magic mud and i became passionate about the product but she created and never wanna leave without it it's clinically proven to whiten teeth but i find it does so much more they want you to love my magic mud as much as i do so they're giving you a money back guarantee t plus twenty percent off at my magic mud dot com and use coupon code f t l twenty at checkout my magic my dot com fdr twenty some of you asked and now we've delivered l r n dot fm live keene new hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd hd on twitch visit are channel at twitch dot l r n dot f n n give it a follow if you have amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l r n dot fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription costs so please watch follow share an subscribed to twitch dot l r n dot fm that's twitch dot l r n dot fm that greyhound were committed to providing customers with unexceptional travel experience and that's why we've outfitted are twenty fourteen lineup motor coach is we knew locks roadway seating that's moderately less disgusting and are traditional fare tickets for a flat surcharges thirty five dollars customers could upgrade to our exclusive to lug seating area where select seats have been refurbished we've premium upholstery boasting significantly less crumbs wendy's bags stuff between the seeds guaranteed delete do somewhat less ripples then you are normally relaxing comfort when your feet stick to the floor there'll be sticking to up to sixty five percent last indeterminate dry fluids passengers upgrades who are leading experienced will have the option of personalizing the garbage surrounding their seat with a free ride selection process as well as a priority boarding feature where they'll be able to settle into their high end motor coach combinations emanations without having to navigate through a crowd of any prius ex convicts anna morbidly obese and from all of us at greyhound happy travels news network so you've heard all three hours of the latest episode of free talk live end you're still hungry for liberty oriented audio content did you know we have another twenty four seven audio stream at l r n dot fm the liberty radio network airs the latest episodes of some of the best liberty oriented podcasts on internet around the clock in addition recordings content you'll also hear live shows like free talk live originating from are keene new hampshire studio so listen anytime at l r n dot fm that's l r n dot fm there are basically two types of advertising direct response and branding radio is great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor you wanna be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mind in your community call the station if you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets and if we don't think we're right for you will tell you email me market freetalklive dot com now more of the freshest episode of free talk live presented by cycle cia i listen online at freetalklive dot com it's free talk live talk radio you control the airwaves with eight five five four five zero three seven three three again that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three i wanna tell you about bitcoin dot com they have launched local dot bitcoin dot com and say trading platform allowing you buy or sell bitcoin cash b dozens of payment methods like pay pal ben mo bank deposit remittances or just meeting in person with cash there are no idee requirements the sign up use the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally at global trading platform that respect your privacy and i am absolutely in love with it because it looked as if you were talking about before the show it's great i had an extremely positive experience of local bitcoins dot com which they different sites obviously a it has a much higher concentration of scammers on it but today i found myself in a situation at local dot bitcoin dot com where eight pay pal payment had been disputed because i had been asleep couldn't give the guy his bitcoin cash i didn't even know there was a trade happening right so at one point during this fiasco he had both be pay pal money andy bitcoin cash and he's still called me contacting me about it and we got it worked out he ended up sending me back they bitcoin cash that i had released two am impressive it's not anything that i would have expected happened at local bitcoins dot com but it local bitcoin local dot bitcoin dot com i really wish they would add exchange dot bitcoin point dot com to me they would just help to give it a shot and i said saudi using these other places trump just the other place that's probably see other yes you're absolutely right place isn't paying so we don't we don't need the name mentioned well i mean it's it's i understand you're clear say better mirror of that other place right there's they've learned many of the problems with other places adams sold many of them to not often they end to end encryption is absolutely great a nobody at local dot bitcoin dot com has access to you're private messages unless there's a dispute i've had to disputes they were both resolved within hours by contacting the arbitrators and it's just all around awesome go check it out this local dot bitcoin dot com let's get back to the phones we got dan who is calling in from nebraska dan you are own free talk live a thank you a so i wanna talk about that last guys call jerk i literally a you guys i'm not gonna lie i think it's really kind of an embarrassment a lot when i see and i understand the watch be principle but i think it couldn't be lost and needed that libertarians have now kind of got eight reputation online for i don't wanna say dumping forever as a steel yeah but that that's that's the reputation that separate from what pedophilia yeah i think that people who can't make cogent intellectual arguments do tend to boil things down into the easiest parts certain so pedophilia as you know it probably is not even coming into play play here were talking about post you pass and people so pedophilia i said i said if if if you're feeling okay i'm sorry that's the way i pronounces it feeling maybe i've heard it wrong i dunno end yeah so m and you realize that for centuries centuries or even thousands of years a twenty five twenty six year old men took thirteen fourteen year old white stripe well there's how oh you mean absolutely cannot hold on let me answer go ahead you mean most of the things that were doing thousands of years ago we find to be absolutely of foreign now yeah i don't think that argument holds up most things that we did back in years year l a should probably never be done again i'm not sure what examples you're referring to to me a society is marshall avery slavery still exist sir we we have larry right now in the united states we just call it imprisoning that's why they drug war came about at the same time i think i'd let me let me take another tactic take with this i think said 'em yes i agree with you that that this is be a this is the direction the people want this a pointed now again if anybody asks me my opinion on when people are old enough this have sex my opinion is winning you can keep your own domiciled meaning that you can then take care of your own child 'em then you're old enough so i would say a mini like twenty six twenty seven years old in most cases there you go wow a fine so that makes me somebody who had i think sex the first time in seventeen years old which i it's pretty average for somebody a male my age 'em you know to young because because i was not keeping my own domiciled sneaking out of my house 'em and to you know do these sorts of things and then the consequences of my actions would likely have fallen on my parents end that in my opinion that makes you too young so however if you're asking me to be fair andy epstein case then i need to look at both sides and i think the most interesting case what we have here is is one rich powerful guy hiding the actions of mini rich powerful guys and what i would like to see if i got my druthers this forever steen to finally get to roll on these people and then for them i believe the heat from a legal standpoint has paid his price that that it's not okay to subvert a thousand years of english common law in order to go get this guy who's done something bad if he got himself a sweetheart deal finding dandy but i would like to so very much what went on with clinton and trump and all these other people in the lead like all the names out there to leave but then again we found out a lot of things in the panama papers and nobody remembers those either so good taller all right and i do understand the be the point there about a i guess you don't want to have to create a standard under that would really a make justice worse for a lot of other people just because of this one case that's brings a i think the thing though is it that is what i would say is i i mean i'm not gonna i'm not gonna talk as if i am a libertarian so not but i think that optically i'm incredibly turned off when i hear this kind of stuff but the age of consent and then what do you do about that i mean like give me some advice here i would like to add a libertarian hold on lance eliminates the flush the question i will give you plenty of time pressure don't worry i'm gonna flush the question out so 'em as age of consent is a real question every one of us has had an age of consent question at some point in our life whether it's age of consent to see in our movie winter have sex window people that smoke a cigarette window be able to have a drink window able to drive a car hit a whole variety of freedoms out there i think it's complicating dating because it's yucky for me a forty eight year old to talk about win kids could have sex but ultimately it's a talk show host in the the sphere of libertarianism these questions are gonna come up because we believe that adults are should be able to be able makes the decisions they wanna make so long as they don't harm other people however when the when you have a copy out like adults you need a determined windows adulthood exist and i think he answered you know for me is when we there's it's it's difficult to just say an age and if you say at age then all kinds of questions come up about that age and i really love to get your full thought out answer on that here in a moment then you've got to think about a stick with us we'll be back in just a moment ticket dance answer to that really people's feathers today talking about phoebe philly yeah i think his age arm sent five five four five zero three seven would you like to hang out with penn jillette he's keno freedom fest this year i for one am thrilled freedom fest is the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world they take a big ten approach with libertarians conservatives liberals anarchists just open minded people mingling together here real debates share real solutions and conversed freely this year's theme is the wild wild west at time of liberty and opportunity for a time of energy in violence maybe both go freedom fest dot com slash f t l and get your tickets now freedom fest dot com slash f t l not convinced yet hey i understand it's a high end event even with the coupon code f t l e b sure you're likely to receive investment advice little make that some seem poultry but i have something special for you go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l and you'll get the five best speeches from last year free color test drive do yourself a favor and go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l freedom fest dot com slash f t l use coupon code f t l e b for a discount since time began tiring to take a name that personal liberties now there's the movie the teams that the government has no more righted tell us what to put in our bodies then they had the take our guns or tell us what looks weak and rate six struck police were even by bears low rating of marijuana far dirty dirty many cup to enforce laws do so only because it provides cushy jobs good benefits and a chance to push people around i wasn't undercover narcotics officer the drug war is nothing but a farce the second amendment says you gotta continue to leave the road freedoms film by michael wgn nemo the dvd available now guns and leave dot com or on amazon that's beyond belief dot com makes the perfect gift remember that guns and we dot com what do you shop for that you could otherwise by at amazon pretty much everything right amazon has competitive pricing end they deliver and that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and you're shopping would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent there is a catch you have to do you're shopping in bitcoin but imagine those savings it's like a huge raise all you have to do is go to save at purse dot com we've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead and save save at purse dot com if you want to know the latest about free talk live before we go on air all you need to decide how you want it delivered it's your choice visit news dot freetalklive dot com to receive are usually weekly news updates by email plus we have a twitter account at twitter dot freetalklive dot com you can follow us on the decentralized centralized mastodon platform at two dot freetalklive dot com so please follow us at two dot freetalklive dot com and sign up for our emails at news dot freetalklive dot com don't worry about things you can't control isn't that what they always say but it's not impossible possible devoid worrying about what's going on these days the government is used a war on guns the war on drugs in the war on terrorism deter bill of rights to shreds but you can fight back the tenth amendment centers proven racking up major victories for example when he was government claimed authority in andy eight have the military kidnapping detained americans without trial the fires got a law passed in california declaring states refusal the ever participate in any such thing their latest project is off now dot org notifying the national security agency they've already gotten model legislation introduced in california arizona oklahoma missouri and kansas and then to limit the power of the nfc the spy on americans in those states we'd be fools to wait around for you as congress records throwback big brother are best chances notification inter position on the state level go off now dot org print out that model legislation get toward no find the nfc the hero edward snowden risked everything the give us this chance let's take it off now dot org your tune to the newest episode of free talk live presented by say go see i reserve online at freetalklive dot com talk live talk radio you control take control of the airwaves eight five five four fifty free free talk live or if you want quality hop on over to the discord server at discord dot l r n dot fm and used one of the call in lines there just get right back into it we've got dan from nebraska dan you're back with us now on free talk live a mark had a question for you yeah let me rephrase it very quickly dan before so you don't have to just sort of a gopher memory on that on the question is basically 'em what he you know will be idea of age of consent sent plagues libertarianism as you pointed out you're like i don't like libertarians i won't call myself a libertarian because age of consent and i get it man i don't think it's a real hindrance to calling yourself a libertarian because a libertarian tarian would say that an adult has the right to make whatever decisions they want so long as they don't harm other people and that leaves the term age of consent out because only adults were able to make those statements and if you dislike libertarianism you should dislike it for a different reason other than this fall but anything in the world where with age of consent is touching go ahead i consider myself a leftist i this is certainly not my only gripe libertarian okay great the most hit on this one but when i was gonna say is i actually don't particular thing first off that there's anything wrong with the idea of taking cases as far as like a you know the difference between sex smoking these things in making a distinction based on a what they based on things that are arbitrary i don't think being i don't think the decisions that are arbitrary i think that's what all these old it's just you're in a in a lotta ways and i think what you're getting at is that were essentially waiting until they see earth has rotated around it revolves around the sun enough times don't go suddenly magically you're an adult and for me 'em age of consent sent it's not about age at all about maturity end up inexperience not number of years old one is i lost my virginity at thirteen people ask well did you feel ready i'm like i didn't feel ready or unready i wanted to do a thing so i did a thing people like this this great monumental life changing decision and then like ninety nine point nine percent of cases there simply isn't i would argue i'd say it's life changing but as usual yucky go ahead so i guess what i would say is a i n n when you make this example about like how many days i i understand like how that puts in perspective the archer and that's because truly i don't know necessarily that i could get out a logic equation and actually work out for you would totally solid and the thing about you know as far as age across that entire board which is why would they actually we think that trying to a make that a in like an important part of the discussion like it should be a part of it for sure we shouldn't just be ridiculous but i also think that that's just a hindrance to good governance governance and good society to be stuck on the line or the calendar is just it's arbitrary as he lied on a map that we will not archery in this case we're talking about epstein case here an almost all of this hinges on age age of the young ladies in question i am saying it should it well i i understand what you're saying but v a which everybody else saying otherwise right and i'm used to take if if if epstein took a went ahead and have some system for bringing an eighteen year old in nineteen year old gals when you have to her but you have to be dead then he would have been hugh hefner an not epstein in convicted and all these other things and that's really so i mean age of consent is pivotal in this particular case and i don't have a solution for it for me it's like god i mean i look at situations like i'm looking at billy joel here with sixty six when he married a i'm sorry that was anthony hopkins at sixty six when he married a forty seven year old i'm seeing billy joel's fifty five when he married a twenty three year old i'm just going through list the list of years rupert murdoch at sixty eight eight and i mean you know the list goes on basically you know every older guy in hollywood who has the money goes out and you know gets himself a younger wife and it's all yucky but it's not criminal it's criminal in epsteins case because well they're under some arbitrary age end if you force me to say what that age is i'm gonna be i'm gonna come up short i'm gonna say probably sixteen can i ask what makes yucky for fifty five year old to take a twenty three year old wife i don't know because they will not know what these older man where's it because the man sleeping with a younger woman go ahead calling you feel i think that a this i think when you're talking about fifty five and twentythree that just die italy we understand that fifty five and twentythree are where we don't belong but still there's plenty of i'm gonna stay fucking familial an social and cultural sanction that comes to those a that comes to the situation jurors rightfully so i think that it's good that we have a different lines where we know if it's thirteen you should be legally sanction we know that but maybe if you get a little bit older that's only her social sanction i think it's good to have both cultural angel legal standard i think it's good that they're different because i don't because i think that's the best way to make the distinction about how much were going to accept these kinds of things as a society when do we say i'm not gonna get in the way that title standard foreign government entered stuff like shit at the government outlaw the problem is is that were saying that there's in american society and that is bullcrap okay elvis presley married whatever priscilla presley at some ridiculously low wage and actually waited likely he had sex with earlier than that but he wasn't appellation same with loretta lynn she married very young her husband whatever the heck his name was i mean histories forgotten him i'm sure somebody screaming at the radio right now what a what the guy's name is but whatever i mean like here we are me feet northeasterners tellingly appellation salish lives well i mean you know no there's all kinds of cultures what about illusions out there in alaska nobody pays any attention to them until suddenly they decided to get married at fourteen or have sex at fourteen i think we should in a lot of cases just but but out of these people's business okay i am so i get what you mean by that i think that a so here's what i would say is as far as you said you were let let let him i think but there's nothing wrong with the idea of saying you know di di plurality in dc or some kind of are society have under have understood stood at now but the most that we do about this end it can try to draw the lines to guide us the best we can they might change in the future because they're wrong but just like science we will only try to become become more and more correct as time goes on certainly right now the standards were using about some things i will probably think pretty regrettably about when i'm you're age normally twenty so i get that much i don't think that that should stand in the way of the of the idea of trying to be corrective trying to create good society and frankly i'll tell you in the case of other cultures i actually don't have a problem with saying this other culture wrong about something like this cultures that wants to have thirteen year old marrying man maybe three four times their age if that was the thing that's what i'm saying i think we called it not okay cherian beta you're judging them according to your own cultural charles standard and that's fine should we invade them because that stuff's going on around the world yes should we bring the military for him over it i don't wanna pay them over okay that's the kind of that's the kind of governance that belong intra are society okay not not necessarily something we need to so we should only violence against individuals not like whole groups of people would accept a society society we should we should only use of violence against a people who are part of our own you know our own society well it's nice to know you've got a society that you could control now she's twenty years old and he hits a society of his own i say i'm not part of yours society i joined the shire society shire society dot org if you wanna join join my society where we leave each other alone eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom don't you hate that feeling in the pit of your stomach when the police pull you over most people have no idea how to handle it properly and they promptly get fed into the municipal fee generating meat grinder or maybe recall that feeling you get when you go to the mailbox and see one or more letters from higher s you get a sense of impending doom doom don't you so let me ask you if you could learn how to use the law to beat t i r s traffic tickets almost any courtroom scenario collectors credit card debt and even a mortgage debt because of fraud perpetrated portrayed it against you would that be worth knowing about don't laugh investigate check out the life changing benefits of the white house lawn club at their website lighthouse law dot club that slight house law dot club and while you're at it visit the white house law club youtuber channel you might be in for a pleasant surprise looking for great real estate investment consider new hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty movement your first call should be the mark martin from porcupine real estate he's more in just a real estate agent is you're in new hampshire concierge where the best place this is do you want farm city the burbs forest do you wanna do extra multi family building so the renter's pay a mortgage their homes in all price ranges in new hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty anes property mark gordon can help kids stay that there are lots of ways to listen to free talk live or podcast has been around since podcast began in l d f t l feed feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives did you know that we make it easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest in one would just be edging post you decide what you listen to it's quick andy easy to customize you're feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com why did you moved to the shoulder i moved here in the shower because there's other people around who take liberty justice seriously as i do i moved to the shoulder because i saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that i could get support myself it called me like do this right now i wanna be around people like me who got it and once i got here i know there is no arrests island today i've always wanted to change the world so i moved to the shire to join people who were actually working towards doing the same thing the people here are awesome loving in positive it was for the adventure end for the feeling of something important is happening here and i just want to come to sort of be part of that visit shire society dot com to redesign the shower society declaration and learn the reasons why if you love liberty you should immigrate to the shire plus connect with others view the forum at shire society dot com that's shire society dot com l r n dot fm now has a discord discord scored is a free text in voice chat platform end we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot l r n dot fm you joined other listeners as they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night discord software available cross platform so you could have it on whatever device you want antic you're chats anywhere join our discord at discord dot l r n dot fm that's discord dot l r n dot fm are you tired of governments murdering people around the world old stop using their money there is an alternative bitcoin is a state lists freemarket nonpolitical currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money your helping the state stopped doing wing it you have an incredible alternatives available now learn it use it spread it get started with bitcoin at bitcoin dot com that's bitcoin dot com by to the latest episode of free talk live presented by say goals cea i downloaded for free at freetalklive dot com angie's this is free talk live show the airway that number's eight five five four fifty free free talk live eight five five four five zero three seven three three or if you want clear equality hop on over to the discord server which you can find at discord dot l r n dot fm now before we get back into this discussion of epstein and age of consent more specifically do you want to reach people with these ideas of liberty do it from the back of your car with liberty stickers dot com you can reach thousands of people with a bumper sticker and you know people love the rhythm check out their vast selection of witty pointing it pithy downright bombastic liberty oriented messages is at liberty stickers dot com i actually looked into them recently attempted to get some stickers made for freedom a female fast coming up at fort fest in two thousand twenty the liberty stickers dot com definitely go check them out awesome sight for all of your favorite libertarian stickers now i love it i've got several speakers from speaking of libertarian stuff right they they call her dan was not wrong a theatrical said this definitely as you were talking about is is facing is weak underbelly a libertarian yes i mean end he's correct that this is the way in some cases libertarians have been framed on the internet and libertarians are above using this particular divisive service you other agent consent to sort of fight each other there is aj for those who don't know way much lauded issue that happened with free talk live in us being banned from these porcupine freedom festival over well he and his comments or perceived comments because a lot of times look forward to my band for saying that i was thirteen when i lost my virginity to an eighteen year old i don't think that a historical fact is gonna get you in trouble it's what you advocating for in the future end you're profile so lee position that different people mature at different rates an in different ways is clear an undisputed in the child development sphere but once you enter into this one particular aspect and by age of consent consent have sex now 'em then you you're stepping on land mines there's a pretty quickly in pretty easily at other lutely it's murky because america is the way america is about sex and i'm not gonna claim to be immune from that i find this issue to be you too hot to handle i tried to avoid it as best i can but when it's brought up when i like to do is i like to go back and put put the person who's asking the questions on their heels 'cause my position is you're not old enough to have sex until you're old enough to pay your own rent right end not old enough to pay their own artist i mean that is able to pay your own rent i just don't think sexist that major decision in most cities if you have children in children are they probable almost certain outcome of heterosexual sex an well if they have sex and i've looked into the santa fe woman west has heterosexual sex every single day four am on thursday twentyfive percent chance that she would become pregnant during that month k which is very low for someone who is having sex unprotected sex every single day i would certainly argue that in order to and i don't like the terminology of being ready for sex because i just find that generally problematic because i don't think it was i ready to learn how to play the guitar which i ready to adopt a cat because i ready to learn to drive we don't ask these sorts of questions in most cases we just go oh i want to learn this thing or i want to do this thing and we'd go out and do but when it comes to sex well you don't sue sex by herself and i think that's what people are looking for sofer one i would say that if you've got to fourteen year olds they're playing doctor whatever terminology we wanna users euphemism for having consensual sensual sex with each other and then happens there's news stories of the police arresting usually just the mail a for a young people for sex that you know it doesn't even make any sense or they sent pictures of each other to each other districts themselves to each other and that kind of thing and they get arrested for child pornography for child pornography which is absolutely ridiculous and beyond the scope of it should be beyond the scope of the law and the problem is is a you know we don't get choose how the laws enforced once these old criminals they call themselves politicians make the laws of the indy a you know the the police brass decide how that's gonna be enforced and then the police go out and do what their bras told them to do and it's all just a bunch of people saying vulnerable i don't think people should be having sex well there's nothing we can do about that so if i were set up rules and i had the set rules up on agers something i would say look if you're saying look we have we have states in the united states were sixteen year olds could have sex with eighty year olds wendy out any consequences and i mean that he's twenty something states a lot of them in somehow or another the world spins on so i'm just gonna go ahead and say apparently sixteen years old is old enough to have sex and it's old enough to have sex it's old enough to videotape herself having sex so pornography in prostitution and all these other things are all on the table at that point i do i like see idea of sixteen year old young ladies having sex i don't i don't like it but that's not my business my question is how many people do you wanna throw in prison over it ends at this point they can have sex and they could have a job job so they should be able to have a job having sex is far as i can tell i would agree with that assessment entirely i would say they don't know the i wouldn't even wanna say sixteen maybe fifteen maybe even fourteen that's not my thing but it it it's still not my place to judge i'm not gonna argue you against any of those simply because i believe that some fourteen year olds would be able to make those decisions in some cannot but i would say the any young person within a certain age range of the other young person there a doing whatever they're doing doing west it's they shouldn't be arrested i couldn't tell you the things happen with the neighbor girl i i i didn't you know we didn't go all the way or anything like that but we were young right like quite young ends the idea that some adult would step in there and determined the criminality had occurred when both of us you know but i'll tell you what she was b m initiator so does that mean she should go to jail she was younger hunger to well when i lost my immediate thirteen to eighteen year old it was in fact to an eighteen year old female but this didn't change the fact that i knew what eighteen year old male who was facing statutory rape charges were having sex with a fourteen year old girl right so it's it's not just the cops choosing when and where to enforce it it's inherently sexist in most cases as somebody buddy when it out at live dot l r n dot fm if they young boy has sex with eight thirty year old female teacher nobody's really bad and i but yeah they're gonna go oh he's so lucky that's how i feel when i see these younger things 'cause i i used younger kids 'cause i'm like hey all by teachers rodley an end be wow how do you get a hot i mean there's no doubt that i want that happened oh yeah when i was fourteen years old there's no doubt that i would have gone forward with that and i don't know you know what the what the scarring is is there a difference between the psychological scars of me wanting to do that act which happened or end vs me doing that act i don't think that's the right word i think you probably know in happy and it's not practicing you're buddies i gotta clean it word for years claiming that's the word for the people would claim a small terrible yeah and it's it's a complicated issue i should be treated like one of these sorts of inside a statement so anyone who's under eighteen who has sex with anyone over eighteen should they should both be thrown in prison shout point that sort of bio pic a viewpoint the world it's it's cheapening ns degrading to every human being alive right i don't think the jails only answer as a young man pointed out their social sanctions i don't think a teacher who goes in a you know does some horrible act with the entire class should just continue to be a teacher oil is nothing we could do we can't throw him or her in jail anymore because the libertarians reinsure right i mean that's ridiculous crap that is just thrown out there by both sides to not have to think about every other great point the libertarians make at i mean you could still fire the teacher right fire the kicks it out of the boy scouts girl scouts or or i dunno by that time it's just the scouts whatever the hell happens i don't care because these because i know better parenting this okay i don't care why like these news stories come up my question is every single time how the hell did this happen to your head and i'm sure there's a percentage you parents out there that are what i would call good parents the these things happen to the sad stories of courage to however i really believe it's people who did a bad job parenting early and then they're like well what what happened well what happened is is that you didn't talk to your kid you have frank conversations with the leaders and discuss real life with him in in real life hit him right in the seat of the pants quite literally at which point they didn't know what to do so they just went along but they're not allowed themselves to be molested for all intensive purposes but yeah that's bad parents they say lack of maturity right i don't tell my kids who respect somebody based on age that don't part of it this is stupid thing the respect somebody based on old survival in the most survivable survivable country on the planet congratulations yeah here's their cookie right happy birthday free talk live eight five five four five zero three seven three three give us a call let us know what you think again that's eight five five four fifty free free talk live mm for the protection of life liberty and property is just the freeway right it's all about but it's an effort to move twenty thousand people understand it's about demonstrating three entire country yeah we can have a free market a truly free market and making it just a great place flip the world's largest volunteerism libertarian community and it's only getting better amazing somebody on the move to a place where other flicks paschal believe in being free with the free state project is managing to do though is to put their money where their mouth is physically getting across the country saying let's go someplace image and demonstrate the power of these ideas there's a lot of kind of philosophy surrounds liberty there's a lot of thinking about it and talking about it but here in new hampshire people they're doing one hundred one reasons liberty lives in new hampshire a documentary by free state project early movers watch it free at one oh one reasons ville dot com one oh one reason film dot com so you've signed the shire society declaration in are planning a move to new hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the shire society forum at forum dot shire society dot com there are a bunch of people there who are already in the shire and they want to meet you if you're already in the shower physically you should also come by the forums remember not everyone uses facebook's new people are signing up the shower society forum every month so drop in and say hello at forum dot shire society dot com d l r n dot fm social media channels have been revamped we've eliminated facebook can focus on other platforms like twitter en masse did on the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple l r n dot fm show hosts together in one place follow us on twitter at twitter dot l r n dot fm or better yet moved to the decentralized messed it on social media platform at toot dot l r n dot fm t o t dot l r n and then you're listening to the heartland newsbeat radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven on my newsfeed over service every newscast but what the h one eight twenty nineteen my clifford as california continues to clean up from earthquake schools in states like washington are in danger of major damage also on the one day run down a weekend march colfer attention to the need for election reform four plus a look at why many u s jails are overcrowded now are top story shaken residents were cleaning up sunday from two of the biggest earthquakes to rattle california in decades he associated press reporting that comes is scientists warned that both should serve as a wakeup call to be ready when he long granted big one strikes california's already spending more than sixty million dollars to solve thousands of quake detecting sensors statewide officials say will give utilities told these trains precious seconds to sucked out before the shaking starts vip reports of magnitude six point four earthquake thursday at a seven point five quake friday or saturday near a small district town about a hundred fifty miles from los angeles meantime are eric take it off reports ground shaking new research finds many washington state public schools are at high risk of serious damage an earthquake now washington geologic survey school school seismic safety project looked at two hundred twenty two schools across the state were about five percent of the total it found that in a major earthquake a majority of the buildings would receive a red tack or be unsafe to occupy in the quarter wouldn't be repairable at all chief hauser's geologist on the study corrina force in says her team did indepth analysis of fifteen schools and it's only agreed coast range from sixty two thousand dollars to five million even though the price tag team remarkable and very high the estimated cost to replace these buildings is much much higher and so investing now will help save wives an a lot of money in the long run for the notes the wide ranging koss illustrates the need for specific site assessments most of the school buildings things were constructed before nineteen seventy five the year washington adopted a statewide building code according to this study washington ranked second in the nation for earthquake risk with the highest risk in the western part of the state in washington state lawmakers set aside two point two million dollars suddenly current by adding him that will continue these schools seismic safety project which will survey about critter fifty buildings at focus on schools threatened by an earthquake triggered sudani as a march for public funding a political cab pages false rape presidential town hall capped off the independence weekend in new hampshire the sunday march was inspired by granite state data doris grainy they had it who at the age of ninety walked across the country in two thousand and promote campaign finance reformed had attracted bipartisan support back then including then you as senators russ feingold and john mccain olivia's think of the group both in democracy in an organizer of this week's march sees that aspect is critical in polarized politically environment issues campaign finance reform as harry by partisan we want every candidate republican and democrat party is to be talking about what we need to do a fixer democracy we really need a system that represent all of our voices billionaire should not be picking who can run for office the march beginning kittery maine in ended in downtown portsmouth maine has a system of voluntary public campaign financing so zinke says the march with symbolically bringing similar election reforms to new hampshire following the march in speeches in market square some marches walked up the street to the democracy democracy townhall co hosted by the group equal citizens meantime the costa being transported to a hospital in a medical helicopter jumped by sixty percent in just four years daddy a robbery gone has a report between two thousand twelve in two thousand sixteen according to a new report patients in kentucky end across the country are getting surprise bills for thirty nine thousand dollars on average for these life saving trips the findings from johns hopkins university researchers come as hospitals in at least four kentucky townies adair fulton nicolas an owen have shut their doors whitney corby as a nurse who survived a car wreck six years ago she says without access to a helicopter ambulance she might not be here today on the helicopter i want coma and then when i got there they did all the tests and everything in the doctor came out and he told my parents that if i hadn't been flown i would not have survived some experts experts say insurance companies should be required to cover emergency medical services most currently do not recent public outcry over high medical bills has gotten any attention of congress but there is no legislation on the books that specifically addresses air the ambulance cops that report says people living in rural areas of the most likely to be affected by high air medical service fees and finally dan hyman reports across america the population of local and regional jails has tripled in the last last forty years in prison policy initiative examined usa justice department and pass census data from the nineteen eighties to twenty sixteen wander bertram with initiatives says they found pretrial detention is a major factor as many detainees either can't afford their bail or judges won't release some on personal recognizance the cree child population which is much bigger than it was ten or twenty years ago is primarily what's driving crowding local jail you have people that have not yet been convicted of a crime that are being held for their child some jurisdictions have seen promising results by doing away with cash bail is dead releasing folks ahead of their trout and following up with the reminders mike clipper dykstra starting to we could public service we are member listrik support it rob line at public service dot o r g why fixed told the airwaves with eight five five four five zero three seven three three which you tonight it's aria mark and we've been having a bit of discussion oh we got carried off into the age of consent thing because it's such a big deal but of course they leave story today is c f b i an ice using people's driver's license to build a database of essentially just horrific abuses of people's right to not be searched seeds without a warrant building these facial recognition databases out of people's driver's licenses but let's get right back to the phones we got larry from indiana calling in larry you're on free talk five yeah i was listening to your program air and the you know you talk about the guy that got busted whoever was the the financial guy for a child bartow whatever epstein in this now you could look right on on the website and all these pornography website they have special section where they show young what appear to be underage girls talking about how they get pay five thousand dollars for porn seen in everything in how they get in contact with the people at a ban on everything else so people need the shut their mouths i mean what the government does it says back in bust the families in these young girls in a situation where they have to go out and make money somewhere to keep up with the joneses in their mind they could make a five grand per one main what they're gonna do one time right after now they're so they just need the showed up the same way that they promote alcohol every corner is got a group a bar was still and then they got adds a buzz driving is drunk driving could cost you tens of thousands in the state of indiana here even pay the set up these booze joints in a group of out of the tax dollars so they just need to shut up i mean some person have been influenced by rap music talking about all the stuff that cardi i got i got everything they wanna get their nails done they wanna get there then they want my boyfriend's they don't wanna go out and do stuff for free they find out they could get paid this is nothing but advertisements for what they do is promoted and then banned it sounds about right actually is that we create a world centered around drugs and sex and didn't tell kids don't do drugs and or have sex animal band subway they could they could go a phone and watch the most filthy barnes the narrow that they want to watch it anytime any are tonight at once they watch you know best catching it it gets resolved but yeah i i agree wholeheartedly up but i don't know if it's true there are society promotes drugs and sex as much as it is just humans inherently crave drugs and sex who knows whether it's the chicken and egg product that you wouldn't claimed the society is promoting a sex and drugs right i don't know i mean if humans crave sex and drugs shied he promotes the society is promoting it right society and its values and the things promotes i argue which are just reflections of human desire so right well let me let us not owning it people already desire these things but you we are said they conflicting messages to people definitely regardless of what their age is you do have all sorts and it's not limited to just rapper any specific specific type of music you have all sorts of using glorify sex you have to wake up with a certain amount of hangovers to realize that drinking alcohol to access is a bad idea and show some people never learn yeah i mean you know every everybody's got a purpose in life and some of the purposes disservice a bad example a look this can happen so the argument that it's been happening as long as the you know the like as far back as the bible bible sampson some stories basically a story about don't get drunk 'cause women look at you're hearing turned into a flavor something i i don't remember all of it a little complicated definitely alcohol involved but you're absolutely correct and i would argue the same thing is true of sex you know it it is a immediately cleared of someone why having a lot of sex might be a bad idea just like you might wake up with one too many hangovers you might wake up with hiv you might wake up pregnant you might wake up having impregnated someone and of course those are much riskier consequences much graver consequence rather than you know waking up with a hangover but you still learned the lesson in ideally you learn minor enough lesson that you can adjust your behavior and move forward without harming anyone else right agreed but that isn't always the case certainly not a there there are a lot of people that's why they abortion rights is what it is because there are a lot of people having ill considered sex because they have this sort of and i don't know what they numbers is i'm not going to pretend to but they do have this sort of don't worry about it we can alleviate you of any responsibility that might result from you having had sex that's kind of how i saw planned parenthood back when i was a teenager is this that ultimately if this situation goes south yeah well we got a backup plan and i think fits many adults find that a you know upsetting but maybe there should be other backup plans i don't know i i i must be opinion at a you know a plethora of unwanted children just fills the prison systems it certainly does and i mean it feels see adoption clinics or whatever they're referred to as with unwanted children all i'm adoption adopted an i will say that having looked at these numbers adopted kids come with their problems they've you know they're much more likely to every advantage she was thrown at me i was a middle class kid or at least my lower middle class or something like that my parents worked hard send me to eight private school i still got in trouble because the top two kids have problems well everybody has problems i understand i i would imagine that we have more i yeah i would imagine because of the circumstances of having been essentially giving up by the people who brought him into this world that they they do just sort of indian endemically have more that's the right word but i'm curious my mother told me from you know from the very start those adopted and all that and i think that that comes with the sort of abandonment a psychology and those kind of things however everybody vilifies leave people that a you know don't tell their kid until later in life i have a cousin who still does not know he was adopted but he's done essentially the same thing he was brought into it ain't lower middle class middle class life all the all the same he was he could have college and you know been a successful middle class upper business upper middle class person and instead he became addicted to heroin and oxy cotton yeah so just like his birth mother with no knowledge of having been adopted whatsoever average so to a certain extent i would say you know it suggests there's some of that is genetic well and that's another and another thing john taylor gadoe a talking about this at one point and certainly he's not the one who did the research but that's where i heard about it was that you're that communication takes all forms an partier communication sort of physicality an you move into this other family that you don't that's not your family and they move different they their their genetics and extra different and there's just some some differences going on and that puts you in this weird swimming world where you're like why what's real what's not an end if you know some of the results sars is that adopted kids have much higher rates of addiction much much higher rates of teen pregnancy much higher rates of incarceration then so regular kids and it doesn't seem to matter whether you tell zimmer not interesting man it's unfortunate so it might not actually be genetics just the fact that you know they are genetic like hey being put into surrounding so genetic line see or whatever and that's just charring ended up itself it's i think it's i think it's the jarring aspect of it personally is what i would say i think the people who are adopting kids were doing god's work and i wouldn't wanna diminish that in any way a you know my mother chose to show give me an opportunity in an and that sort of thing and i i can't do nothing but thank her for it but i do think there are consequences to adoption whether they're worth it i'd say they're worth it but they're just there i would agree there definitely worth the last thing i'm gonna do is discourage anyone from adopting especially when we have so many kids right now who are not adopted i think that is a great service i don't know if i would say is the work god but it's just it gives the humanitarian aid that you probably wouldn't yeah eight five five four five zero three seven three three let us know what you think again that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three four if you wanna follow these twenty discord server which you could find a discord dot l r n dot fm sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio with us again that's discord dot l r n dot fm if you're looking for work there's a piece of paper more important than your resident may it's the cover letter attached if you're snail mail and or they email to which you attach your reza may make it for short paragraphs paragraph one say you're applying for work the person you're sending to get a ton of mail about all sorts things if you have a password that share first sentence tom nelson tells me you and i should meet paragraph to what you do and how that relates to the opening be as specific as possible paragraph three why why you want this particular job i'm originally from boston so i know the market well i have family and friends and they area so this'll be a homecoming for me paragraph for unless the job posting stipulates no calls end i will call you to follow up thank you in advance for your time from survival speech dot com i'm holland cooke the new fourth edition of healing are world the compassion of libertarianism will take your understanding of liberty to a deeper level end has over thirteen hundred updated references new cartoons forward by doctor ron paul with discounts from multiple book purchases the fourth edition of healing are world is a great gift for the liberals pragmatists environmentalist end christians in your life who think libertarianism some it's cold hearted get yours today at healing dot freetalklive dot com and use promo code f t l five dollar discount some of you asked and now we've delivered l r n dot fm live keene new hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit are channel at twitch dot l r n dot f n n give it a follow if you have amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l r n dot fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription costs so please watch follow share an subscribed to twitch dot l r n dot fm that's twitch dot l r n dot fm free talk live they're gonna be fooled by february all them seems a little extreme i find that or i watch what happens you're very good luck buddy think what really turned me away from religion was the fact that most of them are so intolerant nasty lights will suck unless you find jesus well i had jesus longtime ago he didn't really do anything for me so i got away from that right and i can tell you that if you wanna have if you wanna have that attitude with apple you better find chrysler you're burning heroin that people i really wanna hang out with people like you there she really wanna hang out with people like you so i'm sorry to those good christians out there listening that are like keith but it's the it's the loud mouth like keith that's the do real damage to your religion in how people feel about it freetalklive seven nights a week from seven to ten eastern live on liberty radio network at l r n dot fm so you've heard all three hours of the latest episode of free talk live end you're still hungry for liberty oriented audio content did you know the we have another twenty four seven audio stream at l r n dot fm the liberty radio network airs the latest episodes of some of the best liberty oriented podcast on internet around the clock in in addition to recordings content you'll also hear live shows like free talk live originating from are keene new hampshire studio so listen anytime at l r n dot fm dot l r n dot fm so for one one of the free app for android and i o west replaces government control nine one one four one one last year preset a group of friends were private organization show up at any emergency sell for one one of the nightmare this tape proves there so hope services are needed still four one one is had thousands of installs and of course it's covered by the cut no government license for one one because you're friends when she when you're in trouble without the government to building emergency services you sell for one month today and get four one one dot com this is the most recent episode of free talk live presented by staples cea i get interactive at freetalklive dot com when you need to come in is free talk live eight five five four five zero three seven three three which you tonight it's aria enlarge and mark why don't you tell us about something interestingly my magic mud i love my magic mud i used my magic mud pretty much every single week if you go to my magic mud dot com you'll find out about this very interesting product that i just won't leave without it's a black tooth powder native turquoise coconut show husks coconut husks shells i'm not sure that night clay end is clinically proven to whiten teeth i'll go farther than that is to say yes certainly whitened my teeth but it also gets the cleaner than anything else i i brush my teeth and i for that reason i brush with it every four to seven days when you first get it you should brush with it every day for like four days and then your teeth will be sort of as white as they're supposed to be nothing sort of alien white teeth or anything weird like that but a good nice healthy white looking mouth and it's available at most major health food stores sprout cbs natural grocers walmart natural beauty i also you know this is they you know product that you couldn't rely on they've been around for a few years they were made by a mom named just karm onto a take care of her family and i met her at the ports find freedom festival some years ago and she showed the product me and i've never been without a sense get twenty percent off at my magic mud at my magic my dot com using coupon code f t l twenty my magic mud dot com coupon code f f t l twenty very cool i've never used it but a i know you did i know you do so i mean it sounds like a cool product but let's find him right here for you i appreciate there you go well i think that will resolve a lot of it you know well yeah i mean i obviously steams will wear off and that kind of thing but i imagine you probably drink coffee to there's not a lot of smokers of don't i do not drink coffee now there you go try it out to see through it'll it'll be a new lease on your teeth all right so let's finally get the story about a driver's license issue the dmv fees a cut conspiring in a an essence what the f b i n immigration and customs enforcement evidently agents with the f b i n customs ice okay let's just call them ice have turned state driver's license databases into facial recognition gold mine scanning through hundreds of millions of americans photos without their consent or knowledge it's almost as if you could have listened to the libertarians a ten or fifteen years ago when we said this was going to happen this is such a predictable outcome of government having everyone's address at pitcher on file wait law enforcement would never users information they've gathered in a fashion that they weren't legally allowed to oh certainly not yeah i mean certainly i did they of course they got a warrant for every one of these pictures of they chose to use with this right well millions and millions of warrants i doubt it down to a facial recognition requests internal documents and emails over the last five years obtained through public wreck could request by georgetown university researchers searches and remember driving is a privilege and you gave your picture to the government back in nineteen eighty four when you first got your driver's license knowing full well that there would be facial recognition software in the future and you consented to this ladies and gentleman no you didn't because that's absolutely ridiculous statist not drivel yeah it's certainly not privilege other not in any realistic right now there privilege to pay for the roads well no no you absolutely have to pay the roads or they'll take your home from you or they'll go after you for you're not filing taxes you know these kinds of things you know there's no privileged to it not for the people who say it's a privilege you should watch the video of me getting pulled over a few weeks ago after i left free talk live and you know had to get harassed by police essentially for not fulfilling their little jumping through the hoops and paying them the money that they were extorting from me in order to be able to travel but lad like a free person should be able to do so you'll have a driver's license i do okay i did it it was expired and there were difficulties getting a new one because of government bureaucracy red tape in order to get my birth certificate ticket from these state of mississippi which is necessary to get a license and new hampshire i had to give them hey valid idee which i couldn't have because you weren't yeah yeah yeah government bureaucracy at its finest yeah essentially so these the dmv 's information about you has been turned into the bedrock of an unprecedented surveillance infrastructure i don't know about how unprecedented it is i mean edward snowden showed us that there is a pretty scary precedents out there but certainly as far as facial recognition software it goes this is probably unprecedented for the united states so coming to us from crunch dot com police have obviously long had access to fingerprints dna san francisco chronicle a against houston chronicle chronicle sorry at other biometric data taken from criminal suspects but the dmv record's contained the photos of the majority of states residents most of whom have never been charged with a crime and probably never will be maybe some driving infractions or moving violations whatever they refer to them as but probably never anything that's going to constitute what most people would consider hey crime but congress nor state legislatures have authorized development upset chase system to no one's surprise in growing numbers of democratic and republican lawmakers are criticizing the technology essay dangerous pervasive an error prone surveillance tool certainly wasn't there just a case in new york a vague guy who's he his face was recognized by apple based off of his idea or something like that and he ended up getting arrested and it wasn't even he who was the person who stole from the apple store i don't know i don't remember all the details about it but we've already seen this being misused and abused and identifying be wrong person law enforcement's access upstate databases particularly dmv databases this often done in the shadows with no consent house committee on oversight and reform chairman cummings things said in a statement to the post a another step a statement comes by republican so it it is eight bipartisan effort at the very least to at least pretend they want to scale this system back the system they have a over seen a grow yes they wanna scaleback yet they created this system and then they just sat there twiddling their thumbs while libertarian is like hey you realize how the system you created is like about to be used and the next ten years right and they're like no it's totally fine we don't have an out of control f b i we don't have an out of control police state that's going to abused any information own you that it can get certainly not yeah that's what's gonna happen so the dmv according to representative jim jordan of ohio says they just given access to this database to the f b i know individual signed off on that when they renew their driver's license no they just signed any waivers saying oh it's okay to turn my information my photo over to the f b i right i mean people are worried about what happens to their dead bodies in conjunction with their there a particular states idc's but no one's nose or cares whether or not the fbi's using their picture from the building facial recognition ignition database so they're taking just hunt people down on all these silly warrants they're out there don't forget the two sides of the government grows every single year more laws were passed more things become illegal an eight supreme court justices just recently been quoted did as saying that's neal gorsuch that anyone can be arrested for anything in this country yeah i think what a lot of i think the mistake a lot of people make is they look at these various factions dmv the f b i is different entities when in fact they're the same entity there the state they're always working together to get you they supposedly free citizen eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty free would you like to hang out with penn jillette these tino freedom fest this year i for one am thrilled freedom fest is the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world they take a big ten approach with libertarians conservatives liberals anarchism just open minded people mingling together here real debates share real solutions and conversed freely this year's theme is the wild wild west at time of liberty and opportunity for a time of energy in violence maybe both go freedom fest dot com slash f t l and get your tickets now freedom fest dot com slash f t l not convinced yet hey i understand it's a high end event even with coupon code f t l e b sure you're likely to receive investment advice little make that some seem poultry but i have something special for you go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l in you'll get the five best speeches from last year free call it a test drive do yourself a favor and go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l freedom fest dot com slash f t l use coupon code f t l e b for a discount is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency in peace he's around the globe worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to are internet feed l r n dot fm broadcast on freed air satellite across north and central america as well a sub saharan africa an we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since twenty ten de l r n dot fm free air satellites signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world and there's no doubt or ideas are making an impact you could learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot l r n dot fm if you'd like to help free minds globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency end piece you can donate as little as two dollars per month veal fund dot l r n dot fm you can help help us continue add expand or satellite broadcaster multiple continents visit fund dot l r n dot fm today and thank you for your help don't forget the share the link on social media that's fun dot l r n dot fm are you a crypto currency advocate the crypto tip is the ideal we'll outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency it's a principal business card sized tip that you can get the service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scans the qr code it'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip if if they don't claim the crypto you get your tip refunded to you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the tip you get an email alert create as many tips as you want at crypto tip dot org that's crypto tip dot org if you want to know the latest about free talk live before we go on air all you need to decide is how you want it delivered it's your choice visit news dot freetalklive dot com to receive are usually weekly news updates by email plus we have a twitter account at twitter dot freetalklive dot com andrew and follow us on the decentralized mess did on platform at two dot freetalklive dot com so please follow a set to dot freetalklive dot com and sign up for our emails at news dot freetalklive dot com hi i'm derek j and i don't want a politician to represent presented to me the government is the idea that people can worst everyone comply with the need to be more seats increasing punishment and up to ending including the debate perhaps the no no intention advance government services are barred pride in what could be provided for tonight solitary interaction fits the people who called himself the government treats more each piece told people in jail for dr involving starbucks used the money to drop all new hybrid shop there why would i support the american empire empire slough require biking said eric james victimless tillis crime spree of watch it for free hand ordered the directors cut tvd victimless crime spree dot com then victimless crime spree com now more of the freshest episode of free talk live presented by sickle cia i listen online at freetalklive dot com this is free talk live talk radio the you hold eight five five four five zero three seven three three you tonight it's aria and mark and we just finally got the subject of the f b i n ice using as libertarians have predicted because libertarians when it when it comes to government encroachment and government growth in government doing things that it should it be libertarians have almost perfect track record's i mean we were talking about are emails being hats and read we're talking about are text messages being intercepted are phone calls being monitored by the government before edward snowden came out and was like oh by the way the libertarians are right the government has these massive web programs to monitor you perfect is a or almost perfect is eight bold claim i cannot refute it at this time but the number is eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight fifty five four fifty free is free talk live and if you have you ain't refutation of arias clean here that the libertarians predictions on the growth of the state end their end it's a sort of the veracity of those protections i would love to hear anybody make eight point counter because i can't think of one at this moment i mean you do have some libertarians out there who just go totally unhinged like oh no the government didn't actually land on the moon and they're doing another baby libertarians terry ends at that point but they may they may also be some kind of wacky a conspiracy theorist true so i would say libertarian based predictions about eighty encroachment of these state on are personal freedoms are paying almost perfect track right as opposed to a conspiracy based 'em a you know a prediction well that'd be hiring you have to presume a premise for conspiracy theory to be true right like so the premises i'd say you know no one is ever no human is ever traveled to the moon you know premise assumed that is contrary to what we believe a nine eleven was an inside job premise assumed contrary to what sort of the major wind story is produced by the government right lbj was responsible for this fascination of jfk premise assume i'm not saying it's not true i just don't like it's it's assuming it premise end because i have to work in eight field where we cite materials i have a difficult time where you know just sort of just assuming premise no you're wrong this is what happened well no you're wrong is what happened i can't lives like that i don't know why i don't recall who it was but there were some philosopher or scientists who left centuries ago who said something like you know their their ability to hold a number of different positions in a state of i don't know is the market someone who is truly wise okay you know those people who take those positions who make those bald assertions like nine eleven wasn't bush cheney did nine eleven like look i don't know if that's what happened i'm not going to claim to believe that because i don't believe that i don't believe the government's story about nine eleven either sure don't i don't know and i'm happy leaving it at that right and the same thing in regard to the jfk assassination i am fairly sure that man has in fact been on the moon i will admit i don't know that but i've never seen any compelling presenting knocked believe it i believe it because that's what i was taught an i believe it was a terrifying trip and i'm sure it was very lucky to have returned but i believe it happened i don't doubt that it happens now i i believe it probably did but i mean i say that what they carry out up probably right there but i'm one of those 'em skeptics you know i'm one of those weapons demolishes that's not the word i'm looking for i believe what's what you know people of science say generally really until i come to conclusions and i've been lied to and you know there's a few areas where i'm like you know hey assertions were being made and the name of science here that are sort of unfounded in that area just a couple of them are you know some of the more outlandish claims surrounding global warming as nice as a whole has become sort of religious sized then they last several years where they they now claiming to note things you know the science on global warming settled wait a minute because no true scientists would ever say anything was settled in weinstein kind of global warming no one will tell me what it is every time i hear a prediction production on what a global warming is is all right let's let that literally not the predictions from ten years ago were twenty years ago 'cause global warming zanu concept it's been around since the eighties let's talk about it and don't forget all the protections that we'd all be dead by nineteen eighty seven from earth day in nineteen seventy one because there is they a the sort of humans are a virus death cult idea that's out there that we are the problem with the world and i don't necessarily believe that they're a i can't remember the i believe it's probably true but not in regards to the number of people you know well we are 'em we're a hybrid between eighty a a k mammal and are mammal we tend to eat out in any given us fear in which we reside but were trying to as a as a society is a group group were trying not to leave green spaces in places where you know animals can do their thing and stuff like that but we get nothing but shame all along the way and by the way if you're one of these global warming types shame isn't the way you motivate people it really isn't i know it's a it's a way you feel sanctimonious so you're really good at doing what you actually wanna do which is seem to seem smog but what you wanna do is motivate people enter motivate people you need hope you need inspiration you need a clear path to victory go find some of that crap and then talk about how global warming is a problem and then you could offer a solution otherwise it's just like 'em let's see will give the government's the let's say the least accountable and most disorganized organizational model in human history ability the tax a major corporations room we you know really have no responsibility but we buy everything from 'em abilities attacks some further and that'll solve it was that you're playing 'cause it sucks yeah that's that's a terrible plan it out so it did a did you happen as i'm sure you did did you see a casio cortez's green new deal where they something like a slaughter massacre the cows or something like that because cal flatulence well i actually delete us oh no i actually agree or disagree with it i just don't think it's practical and i don't think that these these other people who want to run your life they want to tell you what you can and can't do any shake their heads up there and goes cow flatulence swell cal flatulence is a huge problem and no one's gonna dress it however the you know people the problem is is it's too hard to tell at american hey you gotta stop eating beef but if the government would just stop subsidizing meet certainly stop giving corporate welfare to meet distributors stop making it hard for small farmers to compete against large farmers stop the regulation and that makes it nearly impossible to be a small farmer i know i was a small farmer a stop those things then what you'll see is the market a correct itself it makes no sense that corn costs x per pound in the pig who's fed largely on corn or a green derivatives is you know at the same cost cost ten ten pounds of corn jamaica pound pig or whatever the formula is and then the pig cost the same per pound is the corn none of that makes any sense no and it's all government subsidies and things like that it it's obviously ineffective rights you you can't plug it surge protector or a power strip unto itself and get electricity from it necessarily subsidies are trying to do we don't know what the price of a pig actually should be or what the price of corn actually should be because the kind of people who were getting up there before congress says they're attempting to tell you what you can and can't do and they're going we have to exterminate all the cows are they also the kinds of people who i lost my train of thought it happens i don't know where that is i didn't lose the train of thought i just forgot where the students actually started yet well one thing i figured outwith a relatively recently the mets methane has eight a lighter than air so it goes up and it could very well be a greenhouse gas versus carbon dioxide which is not lighter than air it actually thinks down towards the ground it's supposedly made algae blooms and that sort but it's also making creek trees grow better it is let us know what you think eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty free like freedom this is a special alert for business owners consultants coaches folks planning retirement arment entrepreneurs and anyone who is saving and investing to build a financial future your likely aware the financial privacy for most people has recently died a miserable deaths and let's face it without privacy there really he is no security is there bankrupt governments in banks on the verge of collapse are perhaps the biggest threat to your financial future today the white house law club recognizes this and has been working diligently to provide safe secure cure unproductive tools to ensure your privacy your financial security in your future financial wellbeing despite the catastrophes which many people fear are looming ahead of us find out more with a variety of free videos i'm a youtube channel four lighthouse luck club just search you to provide house law club and secure your future today did you know you could legally exit the usa federal income tax system well it's true and thousands of american nationals were doing it the sixteenth amendment and the internal revenue code are legal but only in a limited jurisdiction this is the basis behind the voluntary nature of the income tax literally exit strategy provided by congress find out more by visiting weiss paris dot com and watch are numerous videos that's w e i s as paris dot com there are lots of ways to listen to free talk live or podcast has been around since podcasts began and now the f t l feed is loaded loaded with content besides are full show archives did you know that we make it easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest in one would just be edging post you decide what you listen to it's quick and easy to customize you're feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com on free talk live we're bringing people to be ideas of liberty every day from wrestling superstars like glenn jacobs you guys really are having an impact on the way like i said a lot of where i am now is due to listening to free talk live you changed my mind on very important issues years ago to random people tuning in on the radio alice i'm stuck on the left right paradigm i heard your show by chance on a saturday night from there i went on giving the free state project in become handle flyer so i mean that's really the reason why is because i know it if it wasn't for you guys being on his way you are i never would have found be ideas of liberty your apple directly change more live by getting free talk live in front of people looking for talk radio online an on air when you amp free talk live you get perks like access to be apple only facebook group andy am podcast visit amp dot freetalklive dot com l r n dot fm now has a discord discord is a free text in voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot l r n dot fm you joined other listeners as they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night discord software is available available cross platform so you can have it on whatever device you want antic you're chats anywhere join our discord at discord dot l r n dot fm that's discord dot l r n dot fm are you tired of taxes funding endless occupations around the world antiwar dot com is run by people who understand the horse abroad become more is at home wars on are freedoms antiwar dot com is dedicated to bringing you the latest news news views interviews and reviews from the top movers and shakers in the antifa occupation antiwar dot com has it all from through foreign policy analysis to interviews whistle blowers who used to run the military industrial complex antiwar pro free market that's antiwar about your tune to the newest episode of free dog walk presented by say gold cia by reason of online at freetalklive dot com is free talk live talk radio you patrol eight five five four five zero three seven three three us finally got back into the story about see dmv turning over information to the f b i n ice because apparently at least to a government representatives to allegedly duly elected representatives are not happy about it but even so a federal investigators don't really care they've turned facial recognition into abe routine investigative tool they never asked for permission from anyone to do this because of the state they wanted to do it so they simply did it since two thousand eleven the f b i has lost more than what do you think they're doing with their facebook's picture by the way but d f b i has logged oh yeah that's the largest a data collection program by american intelligence agencies and world intelligence agencies don't don't act like it's only the united states the gets access to facebook stuff oh certainly not but they are doing it i have no doubt that would go into these dmv they're going to pick as all of these these pictures are generally public cfp i the cia dns eighty ice they eat that stuff up and you don't think united states is managed to hack russia's a driver's license a database i mean come on seriously you don't think they got it out of the half do you think see russia has gotten united states is a driver's license database i'm sure they have right like that's how these things work yes ladies and gentlemen you're treated like a commodity by these organizations they claimed own you don't think they claimed only you let me let me lay it out for you follow the money how is it that banks which is what the federal reserve is it's a question of private certainly give loans that somebody comes into circulation and treasury bonds issued by the united states government and then money is given actual money you asked federal reserve notes usa dollars is they're called look at the dollar says federal reserve note federal reserve notes are issued in in exchange for this treasury note thing treasury building an more that's alone what's that loan based on what's it collateralized by are you asking me sure go ahead tell me you're your existence your labor that's that's what you're late security and labor yeah because it's understood that us you know x number of americans you're gonna work next year yes he can talk to us that's being put up as collateral further that's what it is we're collateralized loan you are there commodity and have been for longer than you lift listen to this you think it's sick the collateralized you all right the federal debt has existed since at the very least the jackson administration maybe sense see a revolutionary war but let's just take the the notion the jack's andrew jackson actually paid it off it's really close whatever is probably there's probably there's a forty thousand dollar fudge number let's say he paid it off oh no forty thousand dollars it just think about that number in the context of today's money right and today's government spending people are paid more than that per year in many cases so forty thousand dollars were talking about you know minor minor numbers but that means the american civil war m b you know spanish american war mexican more they needed the wars on the indians all these things all this debt it's been piled up throughout the years or one world war two vietnam the whole deal all that debt that's been piled up and then all of a social welfare programs the pile with it to cause i figure about half of his war and about the other half is bad government programs including medicare and these sorts of things one hundred percent of it is bad government programs because morrissey summit bad government program yeah it's a massive told people voting whether you're young people should die for no reason 'em but you know these things you know that you were collateralized back before the civil war which means we're currently collateralized realizing people who don't exist and not only don't they exist but their parents don't exist either it's the mets they did back then and there is no plan to pay this thing off now one rand paul who's the most responsible of the liars and thieves in washington dc his plan is to cut spending by two percent which i totally doable idea though i couldn't do that they just there is not going to cut five percent seriously there's not a government program out there the couldn't cut five percent for the next five years what would stop spending thirty thousand dollars to teach filipino hookers how to use condoms something like that right so two percent per year for five years and then two percent growth for the next five years is his plan to a you know be wireless plan budget neutral i mean that's what romney kept saying during two thousand twelve or two two thousand eight whenever it was his oh we could just go grody economy which so that wasn't really not calmly those this is this is actually cutting some government spending in addition to the whole do the rest of it will be offset by economic growth right i mean all the one thing that one of the things is notable about bill clinton's administration was one year for one year they were able to create eight positive a you know they they paid off a little debt so they budget deficit which is not the debt the debt has never disappeared i told you the debt hasn't disappeared since the jackson administration and i need it yeah it really changed hands said deficits is how much of the government spends more then it makes and the deficit has existed eight deficit it's not deficit eight deficit has existed every year for my whole life i think except for bill clinton i'm gonna check that during the break to make sure but i'm forty eight years old and i don't believe that anything's being paid on the debt besides that one year and it was miniscule what was paid clinton's they only person who did it within my lifetime i i'm fairly sure of that but of course most of my lifetime has been george w bush brock obama donald trump and bill clinton all of whom did not hesitate taped to spend another seventy million dollars buying a new rocket from whatever company out there is manufacturing rocket photo showing some a actually quite a few a surpluses budget surpluses in that same timeframe frame surrounding like ninety nine to two thousand so i i guess i'm wrong on this the rest of my life it appears as though there's been a budget deficit but it looks like four years there were 'em according to this one particular a graph i've i find that would that would be a good thing but even so it didn't come anywhere close to paint golfie national debt the debt who you are not responsible for i am not responsible for mark is not responsible for nobody who exists today is responsible responsible for that debt except he politicians who haven't voted in favor of that that i can't take the vast majority of were dead well yeah but it it increase was like operation iraqi freedom measure the politicians who increase it responsible for what they increase but i can't go to the paycheck how long do you know what don't even worry about this loan all of these three hundred and twenty million americans they're going to support it don't worry about me defaulting we could just take some money from them every single year and i we used to pay back this long from you it doesn't work that right way it's horrific lee immoral how could you possibly have any responsibility toward my debt if i were to do that just say screw up i dunno you anything i did have any say in this right you simply did it that's the condition that were in but these warlords have a so terrorized by their use of the police by their threats of military occupation because we are occupied by the military is impossible to dispute that when you have trump parading around with tanks in aircraft craft stuff and when you have a peaceful town hearing cain having a freaking bearcat we are under a military occupation by our own government i dunno 'em military occupation i mean certainly were militaristic society he end governments are by their nature organizations of violence now i don't mean all governments would have to be there certainly voluntary governments out there that you can be part of those governments we don't call governments we call them companies or businesses which is why separate the states the right just government state government like is a type of automobile right state is in organizational model that's used for governance and it is a claims a monopoly privilege and the use of violence and the giving landmass anticipate that definition you should google brock obama using exactly that definition right defined the government just go on you to actually you'll find the clip there he says hoa they're overthrew the distinguishes the nation state from a ball the other organizations yum lee unforced he's not wrong kito at most accurate definition i've ever heard a politician way it's not the most accurate definition the most accurate definition is the state of the organization the claims a monopoly privilege over the use of violence in a given landmass however that when he said no he he touched on it he close see he wasn't attempting he wasn't he's not a libertarian and he wasn't attempting to critique he just you know was rigging the just reiterating the stuff but they learn in there you know social studies classes in college or whatever and he forgot that moment as you're not supposed to tell the public that stuff no but i love that he and i couldn't believe it it was actually in here on free talk live in fear top five or some some show another way he showed it to me at we listen to the clip and i was just stunned to hear barack obama admitting that the state attempts to use a monopoly of force against the people they're supposed to oversee it's nothing more than that that's what it is this is free talk live let us know what you think eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight five five four fifty free as in free talk live or used the discord call in lines for clear equality which you could find a discord dot l r n dot fm the free state project has reached its goal of twenty thousand liberty lovers who pledged to move to new hampshire and get active to achieve liberty in our lifetime perhaps your trying to figure out what part of new hampshire should be your destination the nation if so consider keen you'll find more than one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keen at moved out freaking dot com teen is famous for its historic publicity generating activism as well as being the liberty media capital of the world it's home the freaking dot com new hampshire's destination for liberty activism news an opinion for years we've been compiling over one hundred and fifty reasons to move to keen at move dot free keen dot com where you'll learn about some of what's happening here and what makes keen a great place to liv if you love liberty you'll probably enjoy anywhere you end up in the shire but do your due diligence first please visit moved out freaking dot com for the full list of over one hundred and fifty reasons to move team that's move dot free keen dot com bitcoin dot com has launched a trading platform at local dot bitcoin dot com allowing youtube buyer sell bitcoin cash b dozens of payment methods like pay pal then mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash there are no idea requirements to sign up for news the site an all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally a global trading platform that respects your privacy visit local dot bitcoin dot com to get started trading bitcoin cash local dot bitcoin dot com d l r n dot fm social media channels have been revamped we've eliminated facebook can focus on other platforms like twitter an mastered on the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple l r n dot fm show hosts together in one place follow us on twitter at twitter dot l r n dot fm or better yet moved to the decentralized messed it on social media platform at toot dot l r n dot fm t o t dot l or where the rubber meets the road i think actually i'm not even sure what that means hot state radio network nine hot seat dot com newscast and what the h one eight twenty nineteen by clifford as california continues to clean up from earthquake schools in states like washington are in danger of major damage also on the day run down the weekend march calls for attention to the need for election reform plus a look at why many u s jails are overcrowded now are top stories shaken residents were cleaning up sunday from two of the biggest earthquakes to ronald california in decades he associated press reporting dot com says scientists warned that both should serve as a wakeup call to be ready when he long grinning big one strikes california's already spending more than sixty million dollars to solve thousands of quake detecting sensors statewide officials say will give utilities and trades precious seconds to sucked out before the shaking starts vip reports a magnitude six point four earthquake thursday at a seven point five quake friday or saturday near a small dessert town about a hundred fifty miles from los angeles meantime are eric take it off reports ground shaking new research finds many washington state public schools are at high risk of serious damage an earthquake now washington washington geologic surveys school seismic safety project looked at two hundred twenty two schools across the state were about five percent of the total it found that in a major earthquake a majority of the buildings will receive a red tack or be unsafe to occupy in the quarter wouldn't be repairable at all chief hauser's geologist on the study corrina force in says her team did indepth analysis of fifteen schools and it's only agreed cost range from sixty two thousand dollars to five million even though the price tag team remarkable and very high the estimated cost to replace these buildings is much much higher and so investing now will help save wives and a lot of money in the long run forcing those wide ranging koss illustrates the need for specific site assessment smith most of the school buildings were constructed before nineteen seventy five the year washington adopted a statewide building code according to this study washington ranked second in the nation earthquake risk with the highest risk in the western part of the state in washington state lawmakers makers set aside two point two million dollars suddenly current by adding him that will continue these schools seismic safety project which will survey about critter fifty buildings in focus on schools threatened by an earthquake triggered sudani as a march for public funding of politically cab pages well say presidential town hall capped off the independence weekend in new hampshire the sunday march was inspired by granite state data door screening had who at the age of ninety walked across the country in two thousand to promote campaign finance reform had attracted bipartisan support back then including then you as senators russ feingold and john mccain olivia sink of the group and democracy in an organizer of this week's march sees that aspect is critical any polarized politically learn the issues campaign finance reform as harry by partisan we want every candidate republican and democrat party is to be talking about what we need to do a fixer democracy we really need a system that represents all of our voices billionaire should not be the march beginning kittery maine in ended in downtown portsmouth maine has a system of voluntary public campaign financing so zinke says the march with symbolically bringing similar election reforms to new hampshire following the marching speeches in market square some marches walked up the street to the democracy townhall co hosted by the group equal citizens meantime the costa being transported to a hospital in a medical helicopter jumped by sixty percent in just four years that iran will god has a report between between two thousand twelve in two thousand sixteen according to a new report patients in kentucky end across the country are getting surprise bills for thirty nine thousand dollars on average for these life saving trips the findings from johns hopkins university researchers come as hospitals in at least four kentucky townie adair fulton nicolas an owen have shut their doors whitney corby as a nurse who survived a car wreck six years ago she says without access to a helicopter ambulance she might not be here today on the helicopter i want coma and then when i got there they did all the tests and everything in the doctor came out and he told my parents that if i hadn't been flown i would not survives some experts say insurance companies should be required to cover emergency medical services most currently do not recent public outcry over high medical bills have gotten me attention of congress but there is no legislation on the books that specifically addresses air ambulance cops that report says people living in rural areas of the most likely to be affected by high air medical service fees and finally dan hyman reports across america the population of local and regional jails has tripled in the last forty years in prison policy initiative examined usa justice department and pass census data from the nineteen eighties to twenty sixteen wander bertram with initiatives says they found pretrial detention is a major factor as many detainees either can't afford their bail or judges won't release some on personal recognizance the pre child population which is much bigger than it was ten or twenty years ago is primarily what's driving crowding local jail need people that have not yet been convicted of a crime better being held for their child some jurisdictions have seen promising results by doing away with cash bail is dead releasing folks of their trout and following up with the reminders my clipper dykstra start week republican service we are member listers support it rob line at public to start start orgy and then a is on the line and then down and and this is free talk live the airwaves talk about whatever's on your mind the numbers eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight five five four fifty free free talk live and with you tonight it's aria edmark and we've been talking about these these failures of these states in general and how we were not in the least surprised to find the dmv has been just randomly turning information over to the f b i n to ice of course they are i mean no one no one thinks for a second and that the department of motor vehicles of individual states isn't gonna just turnover whatever information that the federal law enforcement agencies might ask for it i mean there's there's not even it's not even thought oh well maybe this they may be using this information for something they shouldn't be using it for and maybe they need a warrant for these this kind of stuff but they've used these databases at least three hundred and ninety thousand times since two thousand eleven the record's show the federal investigators have forced daily working relationships with the dmv officials sure yeah because i mean it's nice to be friends with people who are giving you illegal information right yeah i mean as to how illegal information information is i don't know they get to write these rules legality israeli a you know to me if they wanna build a database of all americans and probably all other people but they've managed to find that a you governments have picture ideas for two but if they wanna build a world encompassing database for facial recognition which is what they appear to be attempting to do it doesn't surprise me at all i mean think about it ladies and gentlemen if you had a true or false question here the government would like to build a global database of everyone's face for facial recognition true or false clearly true i mean if you have to be a mouth breathing fool believe otherwise okay why do people do believe otherwise because i think they do because they buy into that benevolent something heroin they operate as though they believe it but if you ask them that question of do you think the government united states government from frankly that applies to any right the the government of great britain the government of russia the government of germany do you china you you pick do you think they want a global database of forget go affirmed forever facial recognition or not an of course the answer is yes yeah they absolutely do i mean it's the ultimate that at that way all they do is say hey what do you have hide well i don't know what i have the high does matter of fact i don't think i have anything to hide but right what did the two seats have the hide when the in rwanda when we're competing tribe decided to wipe them out in the nineteen nineties what is the japanese americans have hide when the roosevelt administration used usa since this information to hunt them down incarcerate them i know i know these things couldn't happen here in america anymore more than they are with trump trying to put their citizenship question on the census i guess they are with the i dunno if you answer their citizenship question if you answer any of the questions that that's true you're just it's voluntary is it it is will act like it's not but it's it is well i have no intention of complying whether it's voluntary are not right i mean you know what i did when they came around kicks was i i intend to the show this person how invasive it was rather than you know going through all the brigham roka's already doing that that experiment i don't need to do that experiment experiment was into any animals justice reporter camera and you're telling me he's not gonna comply when you know you're asking questions telling the state is violence and all that stuff i got chased off the porch not chase him off the porch in the sense that he wasn't actually telling them to leave right here's refusing an recording the experience of than talking to them in the fashion that if you could imagine agile libertarian nationally syndicated radio talk show with do chose to do right i on the other hand decided i went and got a piece of paper and a pen and every time the woman asked me a question i asked the question of her man so she had the tell me everything about her she was asking me and i'm guessing she was not willing to daytona she is absolutely willing to do it seems right answer the questions how many people were in her house sold and where she lives in italy in all these questions every one of them i asked her and wrote it down and do anything with i'm sure threw it away after she left but i wanted to show how creepy is this oh it's extremely creepy end it's even you know look i mean let's remember what they said it doesn't matter if they wait for the government to find out how many citizenship has an end they republics style democracy is federalists government is supposed to be a good positive thing for the government to know generally how many many people there are that's because we're told we're the government right and there's the most to me i'm stuff segmenting up the district send assigning a number of representatives based on those population and things like that but all they need to do that is the number right all they need to knows how many people lift here that's not what they ask that's one of be several questions oh they they ask when they when they sent out this american family reports thing annually not every ten years annually to selected selected households run united states it has exhaustive questions people continue to answer it is i got that one time and just threw it in the garbage 'cause it a done by the federal government yes some but since bureau interesting i was not aware of the such a thing even existed oh yeah they've got a they've got they've got a deeper a questionnaire that they take and just do sort of polling data with you would think the deeper one would be every ten year one know the deal the every ten ten year one is deeper in so much is they count everyone will be a tip to american family saying is hey deep dive on demographic information so they'll you know say they pick one out of fifty americans one out of a hundred or one of the five hundred i don't know what the number is and they send these things and presumably they get half of the back i dunno it's all information that you don't want the government have though i mean i've seen people arguing now i don't want anybody particularly the have the information but then the government mainly users this industry gives information away and that kind of thing to do you know these this is the quality of ours a tax livestock is what say yeah we just we pointed out in the last hour and it's it's i think it's bad it bears repeating is is that all they're doing is counting their gold you are are there gold they are counting on you to go to work so that they can tax you next year and pay you know their debts or at least a portion of their debt enough of their debt the thinking may in accrue more debt by the way they're looking at increasing the debt ceiling again a september they're gonna have to do that well it's no surprise whatsoever i mean oh they ever did was bumped it up just a little bit just make it a few more years trump's budget hawk oh yeah sold that i mean that's what they say he's also gonna drain the swamp he's gonna build the wall he's gotta do all these other things that for some bizarre reason his supporters want him to do i just don't see it to me i love him to drain the swamp in a to you know be a budget hawk yeah i think you're better than some but i'm not even sure he ever even claimed to be a budget hawk i know he claimed to drain the swamp obviously is gonna run efficiently at a profit yeah he is not managed to do that how could you it's supposed to run at a profit yeah it's supposed supposed to be unprofitable by design that's why it's set up the way that it is what they'll tell you you need the government to do the things that are profitable yes i don't know if that's true it sounds like what what task do americans need to do that isn't worth paying them to do i would definitely certainly say that if it needs to be done then there is profit in it and if there is no profit in it then it doesn't need to be done you might want it to be done but if you needed to be done you would be willing to pay someone to do it in which case it would be profitable profitable right but of course that's not the way they view the world you know in the real reason were not surprised by any of these tonight against is because we do the state appropriately we recognize it but it doesn't matter whether they were dealing with these socialist government in china or is he supposedly capitalists government in the united states or these european union or any of these other countries they're all for for all intensive purposes it's one organism it's the state that's what it is it's a group of warlords a group of murderers i group of ducks a group of people who consider us to be property pretty who are attempting to set themselves up as masters at the world telling the clubs what they can a cat to well don't forget that everybody considers themselves the same way they everybody got like a caller earlier who is like if i had my own society blah blah blah right right he wants to god king of his own little imaginary society i understand i played the game many many times i play the video game i don't want it in the real world know that that's a bit too much megalomania from me you give me a little digital civilization control over that let us know what you think eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight five five four fifty free as it freedom this is mike leans in the freedom means i've run website nineteen ninety six interviews over a dozen web hosting in that time andrews toasted dot com is the only one that has been broken my heart taggers toasters optime service stellar energy deal as big asia's invest a team that's important because if you tell the truth in this world you'll ruffle feathers as some people will try dirty trickster silence you avoid no matter what the haters who knows who has averaged hosting keeps her website alive you have a mission critical commercial president's or world changing activism site you cannot tolerate any skulduggery address toasting dot com pedal wordpress her blog site but you're not satisfied with performer syrup time or just raw hosting one toys agra's hosting specializes in high before hosting with personalized service gotta address hosting dot click on the button that says get hosted that anger is hosting a show i'm a little obsessed with my magic mud several years ago i met just karm on the founder and ceo of my magic bud and not even know my teeth were coffee stain a week's worth of used convinced me now i used every three or four days it's clinically proven to whiten your teeth and i think it cleans better to my magic mud available at most local health food stores sprouts natural grocers cvs walmart's it's natural beauty out but i can get it for you for twenty percent off with coupon code f t l twenty at my magic mud dot com f deal twenty my magic my dot com some of you asked and now we've delivered l r n dot fm live keene new hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit are channel at twitch dot l r n dot fm and give it a follow if you have amazon prime you get one free subscription on twitch if you use it on our channel which will give l r n dot fm a monthly piece of your prime subscription cost so please watch follow share an subscribed to twitch dot l r n dot fm that's twitch dot l r n dot fm we have some good news indictments against ross albrecht in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning they can never be refiled this is a specially good because those indictments contain they only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder for hire this was a serious allegation that ross operate denies it was never prosecuted or ruled on by a jury putt was trumpeted by the federal government and the media as if it were proven fact the maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations has explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations to give her all say draconian sentence of double life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions decided by a jury not unproven allegations never even charged at trial although this is a a positive development the dropped indictment will not set ross free now presidential pardon is ross is only hope of freedom signed the petition at free ross dot org free ross dot org so you've heard all three hours of the latest episode of free talk live end you're still hungry for liberty oriented audio content did you know the we have another twenty four seven audio stream at l r n dot fm the liberty radio network here's the latest episodes of some of the best liberty oriented podcast on internet around the clock in addition to recordings content you'll also hear live shows like free talk live originating from arcane new hampshire studio so listen anytime at l r n dot fm that's l r n dot fm there are basically two types of advertising direct response thompson branding radios great for direct response with its low cost listener ratio but audio can't be beat for branding which is a longer term endeavor you wanna be the first thing that someone thinks that when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mind in your community call the station if you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets and if we don't think we're right for you will tell you email me market freetalklive dot com this is the most recent episode of free talk live presented by state gold cea i get interactive at freetalklive dot com anti saying this is free talk live talk radio you talk about whatever is on your mind eight five five four five zero three seven three three again that's eight five five four fifty free as in freedom with you tonight it's aria and mark mark you 'em you're attending freedom fest i am from july the seventeenth through the twentieth at the at the paris in las vegas and it's amazing event place people like a pen gillette and linares crazy candace owens john mackey a stephen more grover norquist john's docile justin amash glenn beck herman cain mike lee kevin sorbo thomas massie they're all gonna be there and it's gonna be a big event it's the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world and you couldn't tell by the people who are gonna be there that it is gonna be big and it's not just conservatives and liberals or 'em you know libertarians or whatever it might be it's very open minded people who want to mingle together in here real debates and share real solutions and conversed freely builder freedom fest dot com slash f t l and get your ticket please come hang out with us free talk live are gonna be broadcasting there and it's gonna be a great time freedom fest dot com slash f t l use coupon code f t l fifty to get a discount you fifty bucks off freedom fest dot com slash f t l n at that website you will get if you'd like to see what it might be like a head of time you get the five best speeches from last year for free freedom fest dot com slash f t l y seventeenth through the twentieth at the paris in las vegas come enjoy us up enjoy hanging out with us it's just two weeks away that's freedom fest dot com slash f t l i will not be attending this year but i'm hoping that next year i will be free to attend i have just have other priorities at the moment let's get right back into it we've got a taylor who is calling discord lines at discord dot l r n dot fm taylor you're on free talk live yes i wanna share an experience that disney world last week m a for basketball tournament and i didn't know this until we got there we went in the booth in as were going to their their sports area there's little shot there were you scan your card you have to put your fingerprint yeah they're telling you the cards you soap and they have cameras there also wow i would've never thought that that whole that is right there just get into yeah i actually i i remember the the fingerprint thing from she's it has to be that'd be almost ten years ago that i went to disney world with my son and they were doing fingerprints then to i i i guess i'm surprised at disney world just grow in their their their machine yeah so you you you really never know what they're doing i mean there's a camera there you don't know if they're linking you're you're purchase two you're you're you're you're hey you never know what they're doing everything they can with it i mean imagine absolutely i mean if you're collecting important data but we were taught in the the marketing business ten years ago was collect all information you collect end it's your is you get to keep it once they give it to you voluntarily it's your is do what you want with it yeah so i just want to share that my parents not talking about yard deep being police officers just it's a out of never thought that they had that it did but that's about it and if you wanna go on their on their property you have to go through that right that a yeah they're they're willing to yeah thank you for the call appreciate it they're willing to give up a up you know some small percentage of sales probably some small fraction of a percentage of sales well i'm sure that you know it's being used relatively innocuous you asleep by disney which is one of the largest corporations in the united states right now as i understand it i mean they're absolutely massive but i'm sure as far as uses go it's probably more along the lines of okay this person went to this restaurant in this type food and we can identify him because he had his picture taken when he first came in and now we've his face has been recognized on this video camera and we compared to what he's eating so we could we could send him additional q pause next year well impolite little will give you ten percent off if you eat at this restaurant come back to disneyland it's a way of figuring out what you're interests are and don't forget the disney is one of the largest corporations in the world and it's growing it doesn't just own disney owns lots of stuff yeah an is as they increase this they're they're marketing power with the new technology they're going to have more and more influence over your life i'm just taking a guess here but i think disney is going to be able to crush netflix in wow a very short period of time well it wasn't just disney though but netflix is certainly a it's waning at a large part of that is because most of these television shows and movies the people actually want to watch have instead miss sectioned off onto their own networks if you want to watch you know show sitter featured on adult swim you have to sign up and pay for a cartoon network's monthly service if you want shows that have reached on h b o you have to watch h b o z if you wanna watch disney movies you have to sign don't forget these streaming service right and what's it gonna be like for amazon prime and netflix here in the next couple of years win star wars anna marvel are ripped out from underneath ethan now i'm not saying that's gonna happen i thought they were already been ripped out from under netflix i dunno i mean i'd never even lifer the new netflix so i don't know i used an amazon prime a but i don't i'm not likely to watch a star wars movie basically whatever love i had first star wars went away as marvel group a point for me it's all about the marvel movies but i i just watch game it was it was awesome yeah it's a it's an awesome series and game was a member was quite an emotional rollercoaster for me i can't wait for phase for to get flushed out i did get a chance to see a far from home and it was a great movie that's a start spiderman movie for those who don't know okay yeah 'cause i didn't know anybody but he didn't know what i know about marvel movies i'm having to i'm happy to hear these a continuation of these actors because for me it is largely about the actors i don't wanna see all of these people recast says they reboot the marvel series which has happened over and over again in comic book movies right there oh well it's time to use tobey maguire is spiderman and then a few years later oh we're gonna rebuild the entire thing batman has the same thing happened i would much rather see these these people portrayed by actress at i've come to know and love continue on developing their stories because there's plenty of places they could still go sure i think marvel probably went a bit too high a bit too soon but then again there were twenty something movies into this at twenty three years something yeah it's a you know it i admit movies and i well that's the problem is you're gonna have more iron man movies but you can't have more robert downey junior but they won't be ironman movies well even in the comics iron man past v a the suit on to a young woman named reread williams an oh don't don't tell don't don't say that on the internet today you'll be accused of pandering to women well i probably were how dare you cast a woman is iron man i hope that that is not a woman who lives in a woman of color fisher by iron woman a i think she had some of their term that a but they moved over to a later but anyway you know she was interesting well i would love to robert downey junior come back for the role but as i understand it he has said that he's not coming to you shouldn't he's you know he's he's done great work you don't go in try up you know michelangelo's and google tried a painting painting the veteran the mona lisa we gotta do something different go on and do something different he did great work excellent point eight five five four fifty free free talk live eight five five four five zero three seven three three is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency in peace around the globe worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to are internet feed l r n dot fm broadcast on free air satellite across north and central america as well a sub saharan africa an we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since twenty ten de l r n dot fm free air satellites signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world and there's no doubt or ideas are making an impact you could learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot l n dot fm if you'd like to help free minds globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency end piece you can donate as little as two dollars per month veal fund dot l r n dot fm you can help us continue add expand or satellite broadcaster cast multiple continents visit fun dot l r n dot fm today and thank you for your help don't forget to share the link on social media that's fun dot l r n dot fm like many young inner cities students chicago area high school sophomore brandy perkins struggles everyday to motivate her teachers frustrated sixteen year old talks to onion reporters this morning to discuss the challenges she faces in reaching out to her underperforming educators and that's what the teachers gets harder and harder every year we all come in every morning near the learn but most of the teachers was being completely honest just an education one of my teachers plan lands been particularly hard to work without a huge quiet at first but she showed some potential i thought maybe she just needed a little time come out over shell but as the weeks went by she did that their lists loosely at her desk never talking are for more on this story check this week some money in review news network what do you shop for that you could otherwise by at amazon pretty much everything right amazon has competitive pricing andy deliver and that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and you're shopping would you be interested in saving up to thirty three percent there is a catch you have to do you're shopping in bitcoin but imagine those savings it's like a huge raise all you have to do is go to save it purse dot com we've saved thousands and you can to plan ahead and save save at purse dot com if you want to know the latest about free talk live before we go they're all you need to decide how you want it delivered it's your choice visit news dot freetalklive dot com to receive are usually weekly news updates by email plus we have a twitter account at twitter dot freetalklive dot com andrew and follow us on the decentralized centralized mastodon platform at toot dot freetalklive dot com so please follow us at two dot freetalklive dot com and sign up for our emails at news dot freetalklive dot com would you like to hang out with penn jillette these keno freedom fest this year i for one am thrilled freedom fest is the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world they take a big ten approach with libertarians conservatives liberals anarchism just open minded people mingling together here real debates share real solutions and conversed first freely this year's theme is the wild west at time of liberty and opportunity or a time of anarchy in violence maybe both go freedom fest dot com slash f t l and get your tickets now freedom fest dot com slash f t l not convinced yet hey i understand it's a high end event even with the coupon code f t l e b sure you're likely to receive investment advice little make that some seem poultry but i have something special for you go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l and you'll get the five best speeches from last year free call it a test drive do yourself a favor and go to freedom fest dot com slash f t l freedom fest dot com slash f t l use coupon code f t l e b for a discount your tune to the newest episode of free talk live presented by say go see i visit us online at free talk live dot com this was taking shows airway whatever is on your mind that number's eight five five four five zero three seven three three again that's eight five five five four fifty free as in free talk live with you tonight it's aria edmark let's get straight back into the phones we got tom calling in from hudson new hampshire tom you're on free talk live about a group called reclaim the record's what they do is they go out after some genealogy record's is that the bureaucrats don't want to be open up and so the bureaucrats say oh no we can't give out those all it said are discretion we're not gonna give you those record's so sometimes they have the sue them for like a okay no some marriage record's are not open to the public index to be marriages is open to the public in new york city and the hilarious thing is that starting july twenty fourth two thousand eleven same sex so called call marriages became legal in the state of new york in the record's will not open to the public but they sued and they got index with all the names of the parties to the marriages end you know if somebody's got a name like robert and they got married so to speak to somebody named george that that does people i can't say gee maybe they shouldn't be working in a catholic school a like that stuff like that so you know some of these some of these queers they're trying to be discreet and they thought everything was gonna be a high end you know in confidential likely wherever trying to be hush hush welcomed the freedom i mean there may be some people out there who like hey we should probably keep this information quiet because are livelihoods demand we not be gay or whatever because we work of catholic schools but those are generally not going to be people who were getting married in front of you all state that makes it right because of these things this is an issue that is torn quaker them apart so there's two a gay marriage marriage in general gay marriage you know sort of basically a there's a few in the friends united meeting an fcc friends general a council i think end they they have different philosophies on this a gay marriage thing and then gays working for the organization and stuff like that and as a result torn asunder like they the group's just won't even speak to each other anymore you can't get any said the quakers had a little proper schism basically that's unfortunate because as you described quakers this up it's an idea that you know a revelation from god is an ongoing thing right and some people don't like other people's revelations let me point out something else here in texas the marriage indexes that they post on a state website give the names and ages and what county they got their license from the help narrow it down which john smith is which and they put that or it's a couple of years are outdated a couple of years behind schedule but they put that on a state website end in indiana the supreme court gifts the reports from the different counties so the marriage licenses and they put a search box on the indiana supreme court website and it's just a matter of time before some blabber mouth calls up free talk live into over radio stations that are you know affiliates in indiana like wcbs evansville and w i m as michigan city or the one hour during the week when w oh am i owensboro kentucky to be carrying free talk live they might go and tell all these indiana residents if they can find that out i'm curious here on is it you you mentioned reclaimed the represent just about marriage record's oh no it's any genealogy related record's that they feel should be public under the freedom of information laws of the different states and then the county clerk store the city clerk say oh no we're not gonna give you those you taught sometimes in defiance of state law and then they have this to them and sometimes they win and they get their legal fees a refund it to them because they won in a lawsuit like this where you do do you agree that 'em whether or not to people are married should be public information oh absolutely this would be a perfect way to deter the queers from knowing that i'm transsexual right well that's your choice though so i think said why are you trying to deter me from that choice i don't think the government should be involved in marriage at all not angry or all of us actually a agree but you know once once you petition once they large group of people petition the government for please please give us this extra little lives level of tyranny that you're giving the rest of the world then something else that there there are gonna be consequences in a florida when you're registered to vote you got a registered voter registration idee number then that out when you move to another county you're supposed to have you know the same i florida voter number so that means that when i george a becomes janet and changes from being male to female but the same voter number applies that means people can look up comparing one month of voter the list with another they can find that perhaps thousands of these a trans a voters and then it's all public information that you know like two years ago the same voter i d number pertain to somebody i wanna point why do we wanna know if somebody genders changed why do you wanna know that information i say weird things certainly 'em tom thank you so much for the call 'em in order to i i certainly a weird obsessions tom they were weird it was weird with threw me off was it it was about reclaiming the record's yeah he fixated entirely on gay marriage right but evidently you can reclaim several record's a several types of rikers anyway but certainly problem had this sort of social security number system or voter registration number system whatever sits system it is if people can cross represent and go okay well this person used to be named bob but he's changed his name to roberta just to jim or thomas or whatever and not even you know being transsexual are transgender or whatever terminology the left would like me to use just i don't wanna go by this name anymore i'm a new person i've i'm a buddhist now i want to change my name to this and they go oh but look here's you're old life here no it doesn't work that way were worthy internet detectives and we're gonna snoopy you out there you go it's problematic we shouldn't have these sort of registration systems whether they're being done at the county level the state level or the federal level yeah i really would ask the question is what does the government need all the information that they collect for like what if they gave me a thought for why do they even need to know you're married at all i don't care if you're heterosexual homosexual multi multi sexual i don't care yeah why do they need to know that you're married shouldn't they be treating married people in single people similarly like this is important yet the government is supposed to provide justice injustice is supposed to be blind so why are these details said don't have anything whatsoever to do with the actual individual and they actions they may or may not take generally speaking because we could find criminal behavior among people who were single people who were gay people who were straight people who are married it doesn't really matter they may exist in different quantities but that shouldn't matter to the government when it comes time to fort law enforcement and law punishment but it seems to you know it's scary why would the government needs to know that your gay i've seen people arguing especially people among the left that we need national databases of people who are autistic or have some sort of other disability so that police no not the shoot those kids when they encounter them and things like that and you oh we could use facial recognition software in order to identify this like how do you not create any history do you not really understand how this is gonna play out there well this is not gonna be good for the people with autism and for the people with disabilities it has never been good for them you're talking about basically making police aware as soon as they see someone making the government making the state aware as soon as they see someone oh he's gay yeah i think we'd be better off if a just get some good training from police on how to handle situations as opposed to a i don't understand what's going on here let's you and if you don't think that happens you just gotta find out what happens people with epilepsy when they're having she seizure and cops go along and think they're doing drugs in their car whatever you're going to that guy they tell it's not just one guy no no yeah i mean they busted windows out drugging out through the window beat him on the pavement it happens all the time we need better need better training they're absolutely deplorable eight five five four five zero three seven three three eight five five four fifty free let us know what you think or if you disagree since time began tiring to take a name that personal liberties now there's the v the teams that the government has no more righted tell us what to put in our bodies and they had the take our guns or tell us what looks weak and rate six struck police were even by bears low rating of marijuana far jay many top to enforce laws do so only because it provides them with cushy job good benefits and a chance to push people around i wasn't undercover narcotics officer the drug war is nothing but a farce the second amendment says you gotta continue to me the road freedoms filmed by michael wd nemo the dvd available now at guns and we dot com or on amazon john's dot com makes the perfect gift remember that guns dot com looking for great real estate investment consider new hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty movement your first call should be the mark martin from porcupine real estate he's more in just a real estate agent easier in new hampshire concierge where the best places so do you want farm city the burbs forest do you want a duplex multi family building so the renter's pay a mortgage their homes in all price ranges and new hampshire and mark and help with financing's to invest in liberty anes property mark gordon can help get that there are lots of ways to listen to free talk live or podcast has been around since podcast began and now the f t l feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives did you know that we make it easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds one that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest in one would just be edging post most you decide what you listen to it's quick andy easy to customize you're feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com that's feeds dot freetalklive dot com a scares me is this where i get a license to start a new business i wouldn't be hasty you get a license to go out of business to you know oh well look i've been through this lens gravity machine so you know that while you're walking two inches above the florida oh yes it's it's very comfortable in chula yeah well you have to fill out these foreign summit part of the human services department of manpower orientation and register with a fair employment practice and just the way in our division of employment standards administration at the state sales and income tax division the internal revenue service in the guaranteed one of the department of health education and welfare and of course osha osha those old town in wisconsin you'll find out saint voting around like that could be dangerous have you checked with the consumer product safety commission will not yet kind of thing that you actually are flying archer look you need to go over the federal aviation administration in transportation it's very hard to get anything done these days if in business but free enterprise built this country what could happen if we don't keep it free anymore in the public service of this station in the center for the defense of free enterprise bellevue washington we just can't happy but floating about unregulated you know l r n dot fm now has a discord scored discord is a free text in voice chat platform and we now have our own server with a bunch of channels at discord dot l r n dot fm you joined other listeners as they chat about various things during our live shows or anytime day or night discord software is available cross platform so you can have it on whatever device you want antic you're chats anywhere join our discord at discord dot l r n dot fm that's discord dot l r n dot fm are you tired of governments murdering people around the world stop using their money there is an alternative bitcoin is stateless free market nonpolitical currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money you were helping the state stop stop doing it you have an incredible alternative available now learn it use it spread it get started with bitcoin bitcoin dot com that's bitcoin dot com i to the latest episode of free talk live presented by single see i downloaded for free a free talk live dot com this is free talk live talk radio you control take control of the airwaves anytime you like live seven days a week which you tonight it's are you in march wanna tell you about the amplifier fire program good amp dot freetalklive dot com andy you enjoy the game program just like johnson has johnson is a platinum an amplifier which means that he's giving twenty five dollars a month but where we're asking we're asking for five dollars a month just go there help us to advertise market and promote free talk live we don't use the money to further hookers and blow or whatever we're simply using that money to advertise market and promote free talk live end i think it's because of the amplifiers there were on two hundred radio stations and get more than a hundred thousand downloads of of a once a month per month of free talk live end we couldn't get more it's really just advertising zing amp dot freetalklive dot com thank you jonathan let's go straight back to the phones we got jacob calling in from washington check of your own free talk live hey guys how's it going i i just sitting here in rush hour traffic and you hear good old state of washington with the highest road taxes but the worst roads in the union south i dunno new york hitters are pretty bad it it doesn't matter how much money you've ever met don't mess it up oh god it's beautiful here you know i mean it's just i'm i'm being completely uses it is it is it is the roads stock is a great place built up love it i got you guys kept talking size taking notes like that wow you got no it's great i love it i love it i got nothing better to do right so a superstar cars oh what did you call into well originally i was the fishermen up in alaska for a long time and i'll get to the point real quick 'em a lot of the you know poche now is the bering sea crowder right so a lot of the pots would pull up we'd get like foreign bags and like pollution lucian just off the bottom of the ocean sure we get it all the time and it was never the uss litter right and they'll get the my point here in its second so you know were were were not thinking much of it back then and a so and it sounds like mark and i are close the same age in so it was like you know or just fish and going wow these these countries india china russia i mean they just pollution throughout the whole bering sea well i a me my wife home score kids and just recently we got him on the south my youngest a who say and it's got just vast information it ended up to date so this year they came out with this new episode on the south and it's got a bunch of scientists i think it's linked nat geo but i'm not quite sure i walked in the middle of it after getting off of work and they were talking about a new discovery that most of our oxygen actually comes from me ocean and win the plankton dies on me ocean releases oxygen and then that works with the trees on our free shaw so the majority of oxygen in what we need is actually coming from the ocean then i started going wait a minute you know everything i saw in the bering sea you know and it can't be getting better right so well let's we know it's not there's the what they what the the the garbage a spotter one of the hickory hill garbage highly highlander yeah yeah yeah yeah it's mass index yeah and i'm like okay well work were kind focus big surprise on the wrong things here you know if we were gonna focus in the government really goes up to snuff which they're never are as we all know you're on this ball you know in in listening for most it's it's they're always behind the ball in so when i take a look at it how we suffering what's now oceans man you know it's like were killing herself through polluting the oceans not taking down tree not any of the other stuff that we thought we were now where realizing an image now that we just got the technology with the satellites to be able to scan areas and see worthy oxygen is being produced in and now we know right in there there are people inventors right now they're trying to figure out ways to clean up the garbage patch is what it's called the great garbage patch and you know it's not gonna be governments the figure this stuff out it's gonna be inventors they care about the v oceans so appreciate the call keep listening let's get right back into it but got westlake calling him recently moved to new hampshire wesley you're on free talk live hey how's it going so on i wanna ask mark on can you pay in crypto currency am on a thing yes so further amplifier program you can play you can pay in btc a that's a the the sort of be original bitcoin coin it is i am disappointed you can't paint bc eight shy at this point they're just start programs through that you should talk to you about it i love and i'm sure roger veer would love for it to be a situation where you could pay nbc h but at this moment time btc is the only thing that we can't accept through and i think it's because coin base only allows it that way i'm not a hundred percent sure but it could amp dot freetalklive dot com i think they have the instructions earlier listed there okay thanks for clarifying on on i i also wanna ask what do you guys think is like the most practical or just for way too i to achieve a libertarian is on within our lifetime man it's a tough tough thing to say but i would go ahead and say that i think that working towards a world where crypto currency is ubiquitous is probably the best thing one kundu at this moment i will be rolling out relatively soon eight project i believe is gonna be worth a looking at if you wanna living a significantly more free economically free world if you've got a specific freedom but you want right like you wanna smoke pot or you wanna get gay married or you know you wanna do one of those things you look at this as political designations it allow those things happen you'll have a better life but if you wanna have each and nommik freedom it's difficult to find that location i think that as a young man i might be looking at southeast asia singapore places like this where my you know but just simply my skill speaking english and being in american a will increase my pay but you know those things but you've gotta figure out yourself as far as creating more liberty it's a tough question a lot of people have worked on it for for a long time and had marginal two zero results yet other than crypto currency i'm not sure it can be achieved in our lifetimes i think they i think we need to continue spreading ideology in hoping playing for the best don't get me wrong not trying to be pessimistic but i think they opportunity for actual liberty is going to come in centuries when we have the technology to colonize other stars other planets orbiting other stars like this is how you phrase it because we we will need the distance like if you were to set up a free anarchic society here the united states they would actually be eight free society would be the economic powerhouse of the world within months and the united states these other states of the world are not going to just sit back and watch that happen because it rebuild their own system to be inferior i think they would immediately and i know that if you just sort of opened you know open the door on an economically free they're economically free places in the world right now 'em like for instance pitcairn island comes to mind their forty three people who are citizens of these smallest off the british autonomous zone or whatever the hell it's called territory overseas territory or something like that and they could at any point just say hey our were wrong country but they don't because they likely a the welfare that comes from britain but they're so remote they can't do trade trade you have friday it'll just trade to have prosperity and i have enough its fleet it'll end the proximity to other people that makes were frayed of that makes her economic freedom i would agree with that but we may not be able get enough people onto an island or some designated area in order to actually have all chemists all of these scientists alati factory workers were going to need the actually extra elements from the earth and build them into useful things but i think around the time of of you know actually going out there and colonizing other planets which i realize sounds just totally crazy to most people but what they have to realize this humanity is only like a hundred thousand years old as society as we understand it it's only like seven to ten thousand years old state data's probably nine thousand years old we are on our way to that point it is going to happen right and there is a war to stop chattel slavery in the united states only like a hundred and sixty years ago so the concept of people owning people at this point oh we have to do is really just sort of explains the government says organization people claim to own and once you could get people graph that dinner like oh wait they told me slavery was bad were back tomorrow night but meantime head on over to freetalklive dot com we have archives they're going back more than a decade so you know get checked out eight five five four fifty free free talk live give us a call let us know what you think will be back at seven pm eastern standard tomorrow don't you hate that feeling in the pit of your stomach when the police pull you over most people have no idea how to handle it properly and they promptly get fed into the municipal fee generating meat grinder or maybe recall that feeling you get when you go to the mailbox and see one more letters from higher s you get a sense of impending doom don't you so let me ask you if you could learn how they used a law to beat t i r s traffic tickets it's almost any courtroom scenario collectors credit card debt and even a mortgage debt because of fraud perpetrated against you would that be worth knowing about don't laugh investigate check out the life changing djing benefits of the white house lawn club at their website lighthouse law dot club that's lighthouse law dot club in while you're at it visit the white house law club youtuber channel you might be in for a pleasant surprise so you've signed the shire society declaration and are planning a move to new hampshire to be around more liberty oriented people next sign up for the shire society forum at forum done shire society dot com there are a bunch of people full there who are already in the shire and they want to meet you if you're already in the shower physically you should also come by the forums remember not everyone uses facebook new people are signing up the shower society forum every month so drop in and say hello at forum dot shire society dot com d l r n dot fm social media channels have been revamped we've eliminated facebook can focus on other platforms like twitter en masse did on the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple full l r n dot fm show hosts together in one place follow us on twitter at twitter dot l r n dot fm or better yet moved to the decentralized messed it on social media platform at two dot l r n dot fm t o t dot l r done it then you're listening to heart news radio network live twenty four seven news mark sixty mark mark fifteen ten nine eight seven six five a nine and a good tuesday two years time once again for rfp illinois law all time leader fray here and just how are you i'm doing all right how're you really really good headed to marshall putnam fair later today quite curious the have the windshield to or see how corn and soybeans go and you see more and more reports of tackling starting on core in that sixty seven feet tall that sort of thing so a secure she talked to grow up autry yesterday yes did a in a wa bash county so will have that and comments from folks like don moffitt former representative in illinois from knox county a what he call himself sort of a glorified intern now but his son is taking over the farm but still very much a part of that operation but i was gonna give a little preview to joe camps advisor crop tour oh yeah that's in a month now that said i'm not i'm not exactly from today yeah now he's doing it differently than a lot of people do their crop tours right he's getting on his motorcycle he's so you know he doesn't strike the motorcycle guy mhm but he he's gonna get his motorcycle and he's gonna cover five sixty overnight lows will be two weeks in in lucky for us you are going to be under under new shiny new profit watch a one of the first folks the talent get that information then send it out every day will go into see where he is what he's fine and and how it all apply so that's coming up in august stay with this one income are peeled off with this week's edition of foreign way early word years the laws yonki fourteen illinois congressional representatives joy illinois farm bureau in urging you sbk risk management but agency to delay the crop insurance premium due date from october one to at least december one certain far week in learn more about the request which would help farmers managed costs this fall you have an excessive spring rainfall end flooding franklin county farm bureau president leon mclaren has been pleasantly surprised by we yields an test wait and see complete service coming soon to your mailbox no other foreign weekly italy has as many people on the ground inevitably covering agriculture for you with the depth on key issues to help keep you profitable and don't forget you can get daily or even more frequent updates online anytime time at four week no dot com we're back here on aref dealing away i reader frazier it has been eight year to remember for farmers across the state knox county farmer in former illinois newly representative don moffitt talks about their conditions in knox county very difficult year we did get her crop in here maybe some parts of the state we did meet the deadline in terms of having coverage for insurance it's finished planting corn 'em in the morning of the fourth around four thirty in the morning 'cause we run all night june third in june fourth at first they look pretty tough as it warmed up corn definitely take not a better color in you of course means growing better now it's a little bit slow start government and then it was wet and cold 'em so things are looking up it's not ideal it won't be a wrecker crop but i think at this point it's looking like it could end up being a respectable crop we made up a lot of time in the last week the non moffitt knox county although there are pockets better of course then moses and that would be an exception where they farm in while bash county kevin ravers said it has been d most stressful year that he can remember i've still got a farm in river bottom is in the river's been out and it's gonna go down it is down but i'm gonna get myself to the end of this week plant beans down there and replant and then i believe after this week is over i will probably say that's in game i don't think i wanna play anymore after they were this week when it's all said and done you said you're gonna really a little bit of everything some replant some lost acres simpson damage crops so yeah i've been trying to keep very good notes the tryon when i have to get the talk i mean they jesters call but they're they're behind i i understand understand them but i've been trying to take very good no you know pictures and things to so we could discuss you know where i've lost corn in river bottoms where i replanted little cold why i've lost beans and whether one where i'm gonna replant means where i'm just gonna give up and things how i'm sure that's gotta be a another venue that i haven't visited per quarter while that's how good learning experience from you mentioned that you in farming around for decades where did this year rank as in probably very very top of most frustrating will see how it plays out on profitability hopefully between the markets in the end crop insurance and thing hopefully it'll all play out you know over reasonably have a a decent year out of this and this time and i said stress level i'm sure everybody group made it just the stress levels been tremendous per per everyone i'm thinking to myself i'm sure my wife has noticed in my the way i act also probably so this week the forecast engine show it's not trained sell encouraging so what will you do this week once you're agenda well like i said i've got about four things i'm hoping said were trying to put more nitrogen on my own i had some of it so this whole attested i don't have much nitrogen left among some i better that little better looking ornament try and salvage ever put some extra nitrogen are hoping to finish up a you know all my planning replant this week in a in seemed like something i i'm sure there's i said i got louder spraying the do so i mean there's plenty of things i just gotta prioritize worm wanna put everything farm we crop watcher kevin raver wabash county are fellow farm broadcaster in the farmer can't cason talks about how things are going in livingston county we had some more spotty rain showers across are farms last week some fields receiving more rain than others but we are complaining the soybeans brain continues along with the moment and my dad held its annual fourth of july celebration on the farm with family last week fellow livingston county farmer tim the grill who farms near chatsworth and the eastern part of the county says his grabs look good although time isn't necessarily on our side well up to this point i mean every everything looks good if we could just turn back the calendar thirty forty five days i think we'd be looking at a really good crop but as you all know the corn knee high we planet june second june fifth and a lot of soybeans or just you know second and third try bullet and those those crops we've got a long way to go man poucher farms in northern livingston county near to whites eating quake at all is cross planted this year alone there's other farmers and area here in will be on the area that has not been able to get their crops grounding thinks six the farmers typically guillemette belcher updates this week reporting from south east livingston county for the rmc radio network i'm jeff passan banks can't dan will break the laws will be back with the weekly numbers and much more news this is rsp he illinois all that all illinois off now there are a lot of smartphone apps out there but did they have what's important to us here in illinois the farm week now app does and it's always at your fingertips all ag all illinois in twenty four seven where and when you need it for free app or play store on your smartphone its search type in farm we've now that's one word downloaded today brought to you by it literally farm bureau where were all about farm family illinois economy runs on are homegrown agricultural products are dairy be corn corn and soybeans worthy agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year but we do just grow illinois we grove north america canada mexico account over five billion dollars in agriculture exploiting him they support within one million american jobs exports to canada mexico matter everyone in agriculture is food industry a message from illinois farmers checkoff programs welcome back to are empty illinois on a tuesday i'm lost yonki with the latest numbers from me warm in many cases wet week throughout the state numbers according to act statistics says a sunday last week's average temperature was almost eighty seventy nine point eight degrees four point eight degrees more than average an precipitation on average and inch thirty three inch and a third of these nine reporting districts six came in at least an inch twining west east southeast the most of it in seventy two western illinois let some half inch last week a total of forty three hundreds growing degree days since may one assist twelve less than average subsoil moisture now rated twentyeight percent surplus sixty six percent adequate and actually six percent short sub soil moisture thirty three percent surplus sixteen three percent adequate four percent short four percent of corn is still looking as of sunday last year at this time it was seventy one the five year average is forty one soybeans merged is eighty six percent two percent blooming last year sixty one percent of soybeans were already blooming five year average is thirty four wheat harvest three quarters of the way done five you're averages eighty seven second coming of alfalfa twenty only one percent five year average is fifty three rough conditions certainly not a complimentary report for illinois five percent of the coroner's rated excellent thirty two percent good forty one percent fare sixteen percent pour for in six percent very popular answer soybeans four percent excellent thirty four percent good thirty eight percent fare eighteen percent four and six percent very important almost twenty five percent of the state's weeping crop and twenty two percent of the state's corn crop rated in either pour or a very poor condition visited yesterday afternoon with congressman john sham kiss in the states fifteenth congressional district in certainly saw some challenges to this year's growing season there are people in the field day still so a in fact one one a one of the producers this kind of go back to finish out a i think those two you're still have some critics say they wanna plan will have that done in a day or two and there are decisions being made some of the lowland area whether it's even the return on investment is meet the need even replan today you're starting gopher here i think the beans that that you know historically it planet later which means they're historically getting planning later than you do have a concern well you you have early frost and then you lose those so i mean i don't tell these you know these fear in story but you know i asked him to share with me their their dream giraffe breakthroughs and they're concerned and that's what i'm relating do you must representative john simpson here in the states fifteenth district yesterday yesterday on a tour taking a look first hand the sea difficult growing conditions that farmers have been faced with for the last few months also this being the ninth of july now in the final week of spring time using jimbo on top of soybeans gene pain who's on r f d today last friday president of illinois fertilizer and chemicals sociation the department of agriculture has been extremely thoughtful about extending the cutoff day because of the late planting season and they did it you know what they understanding that we're gonna allow people to use this product but we still have to be extremely careful about it and i would just really try to encourage people to not take your chances and think that you've been sprayed after july fifteenth the the department has been very good but i certainly wouldn't wanna test them on what actions they could take against the weather a private or commercial applicator for violating that cutoff date in discussions that we had with the department i think they'll they'll take that very seriously in it will not be a slap on the team plane resident of i of cia we talked to her on friday and keep in mind those temperatures looks like they might get pretty warm as we approach and go through this coming weekend will go to dc now worthy ethanol industry is slamming e p h proposed twenty twenty renewable volume obligations but aisin's fuel supply charging it fails to reallocate small oil refinery exemptions including volumes covered by a court order washington corresponded meant to reports reliable feels association president and ceo jeff cooper says it's basically christmas in july for the oil refiners they should be reallocating any smarter fighter exemption they intend give out in twenty twenty they basically said they have no interest in in doing that so that strike one and then strike to in this in this proposal is the courts so the dc district court in twenty seventeen at forty p eight to restore five hundred billion gallons that were inappropriate waved in twenty sixteen a everyone was expecting you to do that in this proposal today and they didn't cooper says they pay twenty twenty proposal is very frustrating and disappointing an betrays president trump's commitment to the renewables shows standard renewed less than a month ago in iowa half skippy administration's trying to split the difference politically between ethanol andy oil industry i think that probably is what they're trying to do and and they assume that splitting the difference means finalizing year round fifteen provisions for peripheral in allowing more refinery bailouts aunt at ignoring a court order remand for oil refineries i'll tell you those two things are not equal in any way today's proposal if it's finalized really a racist or or waters down entirely a the benefits we would expect to see from the year round he just you know our cpa's we're office cheap bill where i'm strongly denied earlier but he pays indiscriminately handed out small refinery hardship waivers insisting the waiver requests are carefully review but waivers have tripled since twenty seventeen and the latest store if as proposal of twenty billion gallons including fifteen billion of conventional ethanol leaves the industry short an estimated two point six billion since twenty sixteen or face cooper says it's likely his group will be back in court demand dp h be forced to carry out the courts twenty seventeen rolling at k in washington by the way national numbers corn crop improved one percentage point good excellent sleeping drop worsen by one percentage point will break now for markets similar with vr after you had markets summary for this tuesday morning i'm jim taylor corn slightly higher beans slightly higher in wheat ending monday slightly lower july corn closing at four thirty eight and a half a four and a half september corn up three quarters for thirty nine and a half in december corn four forty three and three quarters up one and a half light beans closing at age seventy five and a quarter up three august beans up three eight seventy nine september beans eight eighty five and a quarter of three july wheat closing at five sixteen and three quarters down two and a half september wheat down for five eleven december wheat five twenty two and three quarters down two and three quarters july being meal thrill for twenty up forty cents to live in oil twenty seven eighty eighty six of forty two cents in current electronic overnight trading july corn down two and a half september corn down seven december corn down seven at a quarter four thirty six and a half light beams knee overnight down for august beans down four and a quarter in september beans down four and a quarter eight eighty one july wheat any overnight down four and three quarters september wheat down seven and a half and december we down seven and three quarters five fifteen andy outside markets september brent crude oil sixty four eleven down twelve cents a barrel v august goal contract down nine seventy this morning thirteen ninety thirty in v livestock market for monday july lean hogs seventy seven down to oh five august lean hogs down ninety seven cents seventy six oh seven august live cattle one oh six fifteen down eighty five cents october live cattle one oh seven forty down sixty seven cents august feeders one thirty eight ninety up seven cents september feeder cattle up a nickel one thirty eight seventy five direct barrels and gilts trading steady on sunday at forty two forty seven that's d r f b i markets summary for this tuesday morning i'm jim taylor are fd radio network good morning this is dan heck's from freeze notice whether worthy early morning eight weather updates on your if you radio network for this tuesday morning most of the mid west had dry weather on monday with daytime highs ranging from the upper seventies to near ninety degrees early today skies are partly cloudy across illinois with some areas of fog early morning temperatures are mostly in the sixties and low seventies most of illinois will stay dry again today with highs in the eighties a new system spreading some end of the western midwest today will spread some showers and thunderstorms eastward across the region tonight through wednesday before moving onto the east most rainfall in illinois with this system will not be heavy generally some tenth a half inch rainfall amounts it's are expected across the area tonight through wednesday with a few scattered heavier again the system should move eastward out of the region with dry weather returning to the area thursday and friday and possibly into the early part of the weekend daytime temperatures the leverage near just slightly below normal across the region tomorrow through the end of the week with highs mostly in the upper seventies and eighties looking ahead in the sixth the ten day timeframe it does look like the wetter weather pattern will develop in the parts of the southern u s from the remnants of tropical system this weekend and early next week this system may eventually bring some rain to the ohio valley during the six the ten day timeframe but that scenario still somewhat on certain at this time six ten day rainfall amounts across much of the midwest west will probably average near to below normal but again a few above normal amounts are possible in ohio valley sixty ten days temperatures below average near to above normal across most of the region looking further into the eleven to fifteen day timeframe it does look like a near to above normal temperature trend will continue across much of the midwest during that time period end right now eleven fifteen day rainfall amounts look the average near to below normal in most of the region once again i'm dan heck's from freeze notice whether you're in the mood for some sprucing up you're in luck from big too small or farm to front yard your illinois farm bureau member discount from john deere is ready and waiting to help if he's either think green when it's the reward loyalty program with savings on equipment special part in homerun workshop products whether you're tasks involved knowing planting or cleaning you'll be set free whatever your work requires all you need to do is sign up heavier membership number handy go to john deere dot com slash farm bureau joy illinois farm bureau from one of the most popular events of the year the farm income at innovations conference is denver july thirtieth thirty first at the marriott it i'll tell normal you'll hear from national state experts wait to meet your farming business goals you could talk directly with special holiday marketing and management as well as farmers commodity association leaders in agency representative register now and i l f b dot org forward slash f i see that's i l a dot org forward slash f y icy hi this is sabrina hardy rsp business manager i wanna thank you for listening to the rnc radio network be number one ad radio network in illinois did you know artists eve radio network programming is being broadcast by rena frazier amd aloft yonki whitcomb fine fifteen years of broadcasting experience join us daily if you have any questions email me at c h e r d y i l f b dot org from brushing your teeth to washing your glows water impacts your entire day in fact you're family users and average of three hundred gallons each day to ensure that we have plenty of clean water illinois farmers are using renewable resources like grasses and would ship to protect our water supplies to learn more about conservation effort visit i am farmers conserved dot com preserving our water protecting arlando providing our food it's not it's right here on all the time we have her r f d n y n we usually every day we do the town or community this one is only town in stevens in downey dakota population right around five hundred is one city in one town in all of these encounters with a lot of village faster nato out that reporting dakota sponsored by country you're farmers your family legacy in partier homes down heritages while you work sunup to sundown to get the job done were here protecting the things you love every step of the way country financial learn more country crop dot com for jim taylor i'm reader frazier i realized yonki upgrade that farmer weaken partners magazine editor chris anderson connects rule ralph where you chris shares her for decades of radio it's been here all along you know which station is gonna tell you the score the game or where to turn when the weather gets robbed and something big happens good or bad you know where to go and now radio has evolved to move with you with the next radio app in europe enabled phone just plug in your headphones to start experiencing radio in a whole new way while using way less battery and data than streaming apps find your favorite stations like the one you're listening to right now download the free next radio app today next radio live and local wherever you go there are ton of social networking websites but one stands apart for a very special reason this one saves live it's matching donors dot com matching donors dot com links organ donors with people in need of kidney and other transplants in the u s nineteen people die each day waiting for an organ transplant most of them for kidneys news if you've ever considered becoming a living organ donor or if you have someone in need of an organ transplant visit matching donors dot com home of the greatest gift of all the gift of life matching donors dot com wanna know the secret to accessing the abundant life god's promises in scripture then stay tuned this is pastor rick daily hope be audio broadcast ministry of pastor rick warren well today we continue with our series called the keys to a bless fly in it rick shows us from god's word the peace and fulfillment in life worth an relationships is available to each and every one of us were willing to do things god's way in just a few moments were going to tell you how you can get the life giving dvd's study kit for this series you can find out more by going to pass direct dot com or by texting the word daily to ninety nine zero zero zero while you listen to today's message right now here's pastor rick with part two of a message called it depends on who you depend on really want god's blessing on my life and not only depend on god's wisdom i depend on god's drinks not mine i depend on god's string god's power god's energy not my now you've probably noticed that you often get tired in fact you're tire and a lot and at the end of the day you're kind of worn out and you run out of energy and the reason why it's real simple you're a human being your strength is limited god's strength is unlimited you're strength is finite god's strength is infinite you're strength is exhaust double that's why you get exhausted god's strength is inexhaustible god never runs out energy got never gets tired and and so i need the depending on god's strength not my own let me show you some versus some eighty four verse five god says you bless all who depend on you for their strength you want god's blessing and you're like you need depend on god for you're strength and what do you do when you're strength evaporates you're you're at the end of the day annual i'm just out of steam about energy i don't have the energy they go into this next week i got too many things they do and not enough energy to do it here's a good promise isaiah forty thirty one those who trust in the lord for help will find their strength renewed they will rise on means like eagles they were running not get very they will walk and not grow week i'll give you personal testimony on this one i had been living this verse this one isaiah forty thirty one because there's no way i could face the loss of my son on my own energy on my own strength i need god the pull me through many many dark times now let me just say this in the darkest moments of your life when you cannot see you're way forward and doesn't matter what what they are where they came from in the darkest moments of your life you need god dodge drink to get you through and the reason why most people never get through it is they don't have god's string i've seen people go through a divorce and they never recover i've seen people go through a break up and they never recover i've seen people go through a a major illness i've seen it go through bankruptcy or getting fired are getting laid off or getting arrested i've seen people go through all kinds of different things as a you know abuse and they never recover why because they're depending on their own strength you're not gonna get through it on your own you're gonna get stuck at that stage when you get miserable the rest of your life the only way you get through the darkest days if you're life is on god's strength you gotta depend on him now i i put down here a couple of verses that i would encourage you to memorize memorize one of them is when you're young and another one is for when you're old but the first one everybody can memorize it's only one sentence some seventy one sixteen look at this verse i walk in the strength of the lord i walk walk in the strength of the lord that's an affirmation some seventy one sixty in fact let's let's memorize it right now let's say together song seventy one sixteen i walk in the string of the lord and where's that verse some seventy one sixteen and was found saturday one sixteen say i walk in the string of the lord here's what i encourage you to write that versus on a card and rip and read it over and over and over takeout memorized so you could say it ten times a day and here's what you do you make it the most important affirmation in her life and when you get up in the morning and you wanna go right back to bed and you're worn out and you know i don't i don't even have enough energy to get started today you sit on the side you're bad and you say i walk in the strength of the lord and then when you get up and go to school are you gonna work whatever you're doing and you had that first conflict to somebody you say i walk walk in the string of the lord later in the afternoon when you get a phone call and it's bad news and it's terrible and you're you're frustrated and you're scared and it creates anxiety and stress you say i walk in the strength of the lord word when late in the day you're just running out of energy and yet they're still a whole lot more to do you say to yourself i walk in the strength of the lord and when you go to bed at night as you put your head down on the pillow and all of the things that you didn't get done and all those worries fears and loneliness and any other thing tendencies violin you say i walk in the string of the lord that is the kind of woman god bless us that is the kind of man god bless i walk in the string of the word i don't just depend on god's wisdom and do the right thing i do the right thing with the right power i'm not doing the right thing under my power i'm doing the right thing under god's power got i need you to give me the energy i need the plug into the power when you get older you're gonna face the pains in problems of aging and that gets pretty frightening frightening just talk to somebody who's getting up in age and asking that and here's a good verse then when maybe you're body isn't working like it should end you're mind isn't as sharp as it used to be maybe you're starting to slow up i'll i'll fiber little dementia some seventy three twenty six says this my health may fail and my spirit may grow week but god remains the strength of my heart he is mine forever that's a great verse to remember everything males fall apart in my life but god is the strength of my heart he is mine river one of the most famous christians of the nineteenth century was a guy name hudson taylor he was a very famous missionary china and he was a spiritual giant a brilliant man later though in asia libyan old man an in his old age he lost his help and became very very weak and he wrote this letter to a friend and said this i am so weak i could no longer work i am so not week i could no longer study i'm so weak i could no longer reid my bible i cannot even pray i only life still in the arms of god like a little child and trust that's good enough sometimes in your life you're gonna be so weak you can't even pray sometimes in you're like you're gonna be so we you can't read the bible you can go to a bible study you can't work you can't do anything what do you do in those moments you just laying there in bed so weak i rest in the strength of the lord in his arms like a little child and i trust you see week this can actually be a good thing in your life if it causes you to depend on god look at this verse up here on the screen this is from saint paul paul says this second corinthians twelve three times i beg god take away my weakness see that some witnesses you'd like god take away you probably ask them to and each time god said my grace is all you need my power works best in your weakness so you don't you don't anything else you need me my power works best any weakness so paul says i know gladly boast i boast about how we can hide my weaknesses i used to be ashamed of my weakness this positive not anymore i'm proud of my weaknesses why because when i'm weakest the power of christ works in me and shows up through me and what i'm weak than i am strong see that's the paradox of depending pending on god's the more you you're weak the more you depend on god the more you depend on god stronger you get and you do the right thing but you do it in the power of god not in your own power now there's a third one this is a big one where you can learn dependents being poor in spirit this week so god bless you and tom's gonna come talk about it i out to be blessed by god i i depend on god's wisdom and i depend on god's strength but the third thing is i depend on god's timing not mine i depend on god's timing not mine the older i get the more i understand how timing is so important in every area of life look at it in sports she conceded easily the difference between a professional pitcher an amateur is timing the difference between a professional golf player an amateur as timing you could see it and things like cooking hey professional cook knows what it takes thirty seven seconds in the toaster for the perfect pop tart they know that if they're real professional you just sit in all kinds of areas of life you see it in your life god's timing the right timing is god working in the right way in her life the bible's really clear about the fact that there are seasons reasons to our life and the fact i don't like this but the fact is one of those seasons the guy talks about again and again is the season of waiting he's working in our life during the season of waiting while you're waiting god is working don't don't think that the season of waiting means that god has stopped working his he's still working he's just taking us through a season of waiting because of timing because of what he's doing and are alive because of what he's doing in in circumstances so that's why the bible says in psalm thirty thirty one fourteen and fifteen i trust in you oh lord you are my god my times are in your hands you're gonna spend a lot of life waiting and if you don't figure out how to trust god while you're waiting you gotta spend a lot of life not trusting god 'cause there's a lot of life where we are in god's waiting room you ever been in a hurry when god wasn't that happened anybody else in i'm talking about i mean you want it to go along but it's just not going along god is never never in a hurry god is never in a hurry because easy ternal and he is watching he is working he is seeing how and win you will trust him as you're waiting were saying win lord when's it gonna happen in god's sake what am i doing in your life if you could trust me with this now the problem with waiting is are are human nature and the culture around us everything about it says don't wait get things as quickly as you can i mean we have fast track and fast passes and one of the best business magazines it's fast company everything is fast when i go through the drive through i don't know if you guys like this front forgetting food i like to like give my food at the first window and i wanna see the bag come out saying just sort of keep driving by and grab it as i go by i don&